Hon Man Lisa Simeone visits the elusive "Hon Man" of Baltimore--that's "hon" short for "honey," as in, "How ya doin', hon?" For 10 years now, the anonymous urban folk hero has been adding the word "Hon" to the "Welcome to Baltimore" sign on the local highway. We accompany him to the scene of the crime.
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Lisa Simeone visits the elusive "Hon Man" of Baltimore—that's "hon" short for "honey," as in, "How ya doin', hon?" For 10 years now, the anonymous urban folk hero has been adding the word "Hon" to the "Welcome to Baltimore" sign on the local highway. We accompany him to the scene of the crime.