Deep in the cellar beneath the Recher Theatre, Buddy Hilsberg curates a museum of sorts.
He's got boxes filled with the silly rider demands of every band that's headlined the Towson club. He's saved pieces of wall signed by everyone from Paul Reed Smith to the English Beat to Dick Dale. He's even got the autographs of bus drivers who brought all these musicians to play.
"It's history to me," said the silver-haired manager who's been with the York Road concert hall since it opened 17 years ago.
And it's history for everyone else now, too, as the...