THE LIST: Around Baltimore this weekend - Ray Lewis' home for sale, Parkour and 'Flock of Dudes'

BALTIMORE - Here are the stories you were talking about on August 16, 2013.

1. RAY LEWIS' HOUSE FOR SALE : Former Baltimore Raven Ray Lewis was an amazing football player, but interior designer, he is not. Ray recently put his Owings Mills home up for sale and clearly, he had a lot of time to decorate. There's the 50's style diner kitchen, the 80's style living room and then there's the red bathroom.

However, buying this $1.1 million 2-plus acre lot is a Ravens fans dream come true. Not only would you be living in Ray's former house you can you throw one heck of a game-day party

2. LARGEST EAST COAST PARKOUR STUDIO OPENS IN BALTIMORE: Face it, you've always want to be a ninja. Well here's your chance. Urban Evolution Baltimore, the largest Parkour studio on the East Coast,  officially opens its doors Saturday.

"American Ninja Warrior literally is Parkour put to the test," said Urban Evolution Baltimore's Adam McConnell.

Vaulting, scaling walls, jumping, rolling and running around the obstacle course is what you can learn from these Baltimore ninjas.

"If you can climb a flight of stairs, I can teach you Parkour," said Adam.

Breaking the ninja code requires mastering mind over matter.

"Ninety-percent of the barriers you're going to find in doing Parkour are all in your head," said

3. BRIAN LEVIN FILMS IN BALTIMORE : Baltimore's Brian Levin just completed his first feature film out in Hollywood - "Flock of Dudes" starring Ray Liota and Hilary Duff.

"It's about a group of friends who decide that in order to grow up they have to break up with each other," said Brian.

And now, the Towson University alum is bringing his second flick to this area, and urging the movie industry to come to Charm City. "Flock of Dudes" flies into theaters in early 2014.

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