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August 17, 1997
Yankees: Elvis Presley hits were played between innings to honor the 20th anniversary of the King's death. Chad Curtis made his first start in right.Pub Date: 8/17/97
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by Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | April 10, 2013
The North Charles Street location of Eddie's of Roland Park is turning 20. The store will celebrate its 20th anniversary on Saturday, April 13, with a "Shop Local" community party featuring tastings of Maryland food purveyors and meet-and-greets with local food vendors like Zeke's Coffee, Roma Sausage, A. Kirchmayr Chocolates, Prigel Family Creamery and Hawks Hill Creamery. Eddie's has two locations, the original Roland Park store and the second location on North Charles Street.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Brooke Nevils | November 23, 2006
Goo Goo Dolls Breaking onto the mainstream stage with its unforgettable hit "Iris," the Buffalo trio has grown from its punk-influenced roots into a platinum-selling innovator on today's music scene. The band's list of hits, including "Name" and "Slide," continues to grow with the release of its eighth album, Let Love In. The band (with lead singer Johnny Rzeznik, pictured) is celebrating its 20th anniversary at the Lyric Opera House, 140 W. Mount Royal Ave., at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Tickets are $37. Call 410-547-SEAT or go to ticketmaster.
NEWS
April 15, 2012
It is difficult to fathom that 20 years ago the crown jewel of Major League Baseball opened its gates to the eager crowds of Baltimore. Camden Yards is the gold standard when it comes to baseball stadiums, offering the look and feel of days gone by while providing an up-to-date experience for today's fans. It is equally difficult to fathom that the Baltimore Orioles have been perennial losers for nearly as long. As a lifelong baseball and Orioles fan, I am continually amazed, sickened and depressed by the path the organization has taken.
FEATURES
May 26, 1991
The Annapolis Brass Quintet will celebrate its 20th anniversary from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. June 9 with a "Brass Birthday Bash" on the grounds of Nancarles House in Crofton. The event will include a concert featuring past and present members of the ensemble.The ABQ, the first American full-time brass quintet, has recorded 14 albums and gained a worldwide reputation.Nancarles House, built in 1936, is listed on the state's Historic Sites Inventory.Tickets to the event are $20. For more information call (301)
NEWS
December 14, 2003
The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce recently honored 21 local businesses, organizations and individuals at its annual Hats Off Awards Breakfast. The Hats Off program recognizes major milestones or events that affect the county's business community. Those honored were: National Award: Commissioner Julia Walsh Gouge; Kirsten Sauter, Manpower. State Award: JoAnn Goldberger, Carroll Child Care Centers Inc. 15th Anniversary: Vince Campanella, Campanella and Associates; Barry Willen, Sylvan Learning Centers.
SPORTS
By Ron Fritz and The Baltimore Sun | April 2, 2012
The Orioles announced their lineup of pre-game activities for Friday's Opening Day today, with a nod to the 20th anniversary of Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Fans are encouraged to be in their seats by 2:30 p.m., when ceremonies will begin. Gates open at noon. The first pitch The same pitcher and catcher who opened the stadium in 1992 will be on the mound and behind the plate for the anniversary pitch. Rick Sutcliffe, the tall right-hander who threw a five-hit shutout in the O's 2-0 win over the Cleveland Indians on April 6, 1992, will deliver the ceremonial first pitch to catcher Chris Hoiles.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | December 14, 2011
The Paradox, the sprawling dance club near M&T Bank Stadium, will close temporarily for renovations in January. The club will close the third weekend in January for four to five weeks, said promoter Lisa Suit. It plans on upgrading the sound system, DJ booth, and adding new seating, an outside deck, and a lounge area. The club will still host parties until late January, including a recently announced dance marathon January 14. The party is in honor of the 20th anniversary of Murk, the Miami house music production team that has had several hits on the Billboard dance charts.
NEWS
August 1, 1997
2 men in truck arrested on drug chargesCounty police arrested two Pasadena men on drug charges Tuesday after officers said they found them smoking marijuana in Rock Creek Park after hours.Officer Gregory Huck and his partner, Officer Ross Passman, were on Bar Harbor Road near the park just after 10 p.m. when Huck saw two men in a 1989 Dodge pickup truck in the park.The two officers said they smelled marijuana as they approached the truck. One of the men threw a marijuana cigarette out of the window when he saw the officers, police said.
NEWS
By Jamie Stiehm and Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF | November 6, 2002
Black storytellers from all over the globe are planning an outspoken gathering in Baltimore next week, hoping to keep the telling of tales from becoming a lost art. The National Association of Black Storytellers, which held its first-ever convention here in 1982, chose to return to Baltimore to celebrate its 20th anniversary, in part because its co-founder - 83-year-old Mary Carter Smith, known informally as "Mother Griot"- is a longtime city resident....
SPORTS
By Ron Fritz and The Baltimore Sun | April 2, 2012
The Orioles announced their lineup of pre-game activities for Friday's Opening Day today, with a nod to the 20th anniversary of Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Fans are encouraged to be in their seats by 2:30 p.m., when ceremonies will begin. Gates open at noon. The first pitch The same pitcher and catcher who opened the stadium in 1992 will be on the mound and behind the plate for the anniversary pitch. Rick Sutcliffe, the tall right-hander who threw a five-hit shutout in the O's 2-0 win over the Cleveland Indians on April 6, 1992, will deliver the ceremonial first pitch to catcher Chris Hoiles.
EXPLORE
January 23, 2012
Augustus F. "Gus" Brown, principal in the law firm of Brown, Brown & Young, P.A., in Bel Air, was a featured professor recently in a combined University of Maryland Carey School of Law and University of Baltimore School of Law third-year law student Litigation Skills Program. This program, a combined full-semester course coordinated by the American College of Trial Lawyers, invites experienced practitioners to address the law students, all under the supervision of faculty advisors, Judge J. Frederick Motz of the U.S. District Court for Maryland and Professor Jerome Deise of the University of Maryland Carey School of Law. With Brown on Jan. 9 were Kathleen Meredith and Paul Mark Sandler, two Baltimore area litigation experts, and the sessions were moderated by James R. Chason of the American College of Trial Lawyers, who complimented Brown by saying this his presentations, "Really got the program off to a great start!"
SPORTS
By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | December 19, 2011
The Orioles announced their plans to renovate Camden Yards for the stadium's 20th anniversary this upcoming season and, as I am sure you all know by now, that includes six bronze statues of the club's current Hall of Famers. I've been lucky enough to visit nearly every Major League Baseball stadium. And Camden Yards, 20 years in, is still one of the best if not the best (I love the parks in San Francisco and Pittsburgh, too). Having the statues - of Frank and Brooks Robinson, Earl Weaver, Jim Palmer, Eddie Murray and Cal Ripken Jr. - will make Camden Yards even cooler.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | December 14, 2011
The Paradox, the sprawling dance club near M&T Bank Stadium, will close temporarily for renovations in January. The club will close the third weekend in January for four to five weeks, said promoter Lisa Suit. It plans on upgrading the sound system, DJ booth, and adding new seating, an outside deck, and a lounge area. The club will still host parties until late January, including a recently announced dance marathon January 14. The party is in honor of the 20th anniversary of Murk, the Miami house music production team that has had several hits on the Billboard dance charts.
SPORTS
By Candus Thomson | July 26, 2009
Adventure Medical Kits makes a wide variety of first-aid bags for the angler, paddler, cyclist, traveler and boater that include not only items geared to the activity and its accompanying mishap, but also the directions on how to use them. The S.O.L., or Survive Outdoors Longer, pack takes critical items and squeezes them into a snug 5.4-ounce, waterproof drybag. The pack includes a compass, mini-signaling mirror, rescue whistle, waterproof and windproof matches, a survival blanket, a survival fishing kit and duct tape.
NEWS
By Sandy Alexander and Sandy Alexander,sun reporter | June 8, 2007
The Columbia Festival of the Arts has built a reputation for bringing new acts to familiar Columbia venues. This year, the organizers are presenting some familiar groups in new ways to celebrate the event's 20th anniversary. The festival is pairing renowned fiddler, violinist and composer Mark O'Connor with the Columbia Orchestra on Sunday, and the Columbia Pro Cantare will join the Minnesota Dance Theatre's performance of Carmina Burana on June 15. The festival has long offered opportunities to local performing groups and visual artists, particularly at the free LakeFest event, in workshops and at smaller venues.
NEWS
By Angela Gambill | November 24, 1991
As 30 third-graders belted out "Your Mama Wears Army Boots," Virginia Palmer poked her neighbor at the Fairfield Nursing Home."Your Mama wears Army boots! She put them on the floor; all the roaches moved next door!" repeated the 82-year-old, chuckling.When the children came to their last song, in honor of the Crownsville home's 20th anniversary, Palmer again nudged her neighbor. "That's this place! Our 20th anniversary," she said.The class from South Shore Elementary School in Anne Arundel County brought more than merry songs to the 142 residents of the Crownsville convalescent center.
FEATURES
By Karin Remesch | October 25, 1998
Mission: To educate promising and talented artists and designers and to serve as a cultural resource to the community. The institute's artists-in-residence program, public lectures and extensive exhibition schedule are important components of Baltimore's arts landscape. Exhibition spaces include the Decker Gallery, Mount Royal Station; the Meyerhoff Gallery, Fox Building; and the new Pinkard Gallery, Bunting Center. All exhibitions are open to the public free of charge.Latest accomplishment: All major galleries are currently dedicated to "20/XX," an invitational exhibition of works by alumni from the last 20 years, which honors Fred Lazarus' 20th anniversary as president of the Maryland Institute.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Brooke Nevils | November 23, 2006
Goo Goo Dolls Breaking onto the mainstream stage with its unforgettable hit "Iris," the Buffalo trio has grown from its punk-influenced roots into a platinum-selling innovator on today's music scene. The band's list of hits, including "Name" and "Slide," continues to grow with the release of its eighth album, Let Love In. The band (with lead singer Johnny Rzeznik, pictured) is celebrating its 20th anniversary at the Lyric Opera House, 140 W. Mount Royal Ave., at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Tickets are $37. Call 410-547-SEAT or go to ticketmaster.
NEWS
By Ellen Goodman | July 8, 2004
BOSTON - Before I raise my glass to John Edwards, may I take a moment to salute a little-known "mentioner" on a small island in Maine. Midway through the Fourth of July parade, behind the fire trucks and before the clowns, there was a family float bearing the message: Woman Veep in 2004. Were it not for this one handmade poster, I suspect that the only "mention" of a woman on the Democratic ticket this year would have been someone "mentioning" how no woman had been seriously "mentioned."
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