Alvin "Buster" Earll was in an exuberant mood yesterday afternoon as he climbed down from the roof of Steeltown, the Dundalk nightclub he has lived on top of for the past 24 days.
"I'm loving it, I'm loving life," he said. "I'm ready to get down and get a decent shower."
Impatient with how long the naming process of Baltimore's new stadium was taking, Mr. Earll, 25, climbed to the Steeltown roof on Sept. 10 and vowed not to come down until the stadium was named.
He kept his promise -- almost. A week into his protest, he was served with a warrant because of an unpaid fine for a traffic violation and his vigil was interrupted with a 90-minute trip to court.