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Silver Spring Md Famous People’s Houses – Lewis Black’s House

     Childhood home of Lewis N. Black, grammy award winner,comedian and playwright 

ThisDSC00406 house was built in 1953 and Lewis Black’s parents were the original owners. Born in 1948, Lewis was raised in this modest 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath Brick Rambler with an unfinished basement, located in the Burnt Mills Knolls subdivision of Silver Spring, Md zip code 20903.  Black probably attended Burnt Mills Elementary School or possibly Cresthaven Elementary School within walking distance of this house. He most likely attended Eastern or White Oak Junior High School (anyone know for sure which one?) Lewis graduated from Springbrook High School in 1966.  Black’s parents Samuel and Jeanette lived in this home up until the time they sold it in August of 2001.  More about Black and his MySpace Page.
  
                             Some Lewis Black quotes about Silver Spring:
Tells people he lives in Washington D.C., “because he thinks anyone from Silver Spring, Maryland is a pussy.”

“Its only claim to fame is that it’s the largest unincorporated city in America. In other words, we were too lazy to govern ourselves. The town motto was, ‘I’d like to vote, but I don’t feel like driving.'” – Lewis Black

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2 Famous Pioneer Women were Neighbors in Silver Spring, Md

carson-house-for-blog.jpgRachael Carson, this pioneer activist stirred up controversy with her book “Silent Spring” She wrote the book in her house in the Quaint Acres Neighborhood of Silver Spring, Md. This fairly modest rambler with english basement was built in 1957 and sits on a heavily wood lot of a little over an acre. A Conservation park in Brookville and an elementary school in Gaithersburg are named after Carson. Rumor has it that Rachel Carson lived in a cape cod style home on Williamsburg Drive in the Woodmoor Subdivision of Silver Spring, Md 20901, many years before moving to her “Quaint Acres” house. If anyone has also heard this or can verify it, Please let us know!? Read the rest of this entry »

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