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By Steven Eliopoulos | June 25, 2013
Happy Birthday: The Housewives turn 100! Yes, the reality show based on the glorification of dramatic lavish lives of middle-aged rich women is celebrating its 100th episode. Since Season 1 premiered in 2006, I have watched and enjoyed every episode. Once a week I gather around my television to escape from reality and tune into the opulent lifestyles of these women to discover the latest plastic surgeries, juicy gossip, stressful fights and extravagant parties. I have grown a fascination with the Housewives of Orange County over the last several years of watching this phenomenon that has changed pop-culture history.
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By Steven Eliopoulos | August 13, 2013
The dazzling and delightful housewives of Orange County join Andy Cohen to hash out the drama that happened in the eighth season of the series. Andy immediately begins to dig right into the gossip and discovers that Vicki and Brooks have still not ended their marriage. The “it's complicated” couple seems to have no urgency to put an end to their relationship.    Tamra admits that she does not trust Gretchen as a friend right now and the feeling is mutual with Gretchen.
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By Lauren McEwen, for The Baltimore Sun | April 2, 2013
Who are these women? That's what I keep asking myself while watching this reunion special. I don't know if it's the studio lighting or the fact that Bravo's makeup artists beat these women's faces to within an inch of their lives, but something is different. Honestly, it's probably their behavior - so outwardly aggressive and petulant - that has thrown me off. Even Yolanda has been taken out of her character. When we pick things up at the second half of the reunion special, Kim and Kyle are still desperately trying to convince Lisa that Yolanda called her “full of s---” while they were in Paris.
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By Lauren McEwen, for The Baltimore Sun | April 2, 2013
Who are these women? That's what I keep asking myself while watching this reunion special. I don't know if it's the studio lighting or the fact that Bravo's makeup artists beat these women's faces to within an inch of their lives, but something is different. Honestly, it's probably their behavior - so outwardly aggressive and petulant - that has thrown me off. Even Yolanda has been taken out of her character. When we pick things up at the second half of the reunion special, Kim and Kyle are still desperately trying to convince Lisa that Yolanda called her “full of s---” while they were in Paris.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2012
Diane Von Furstenberg's show at Lincoln Center attracted a slew of big names, including Oscar de la Renta , Bravo's Andy Cohen and fashion maven Sarah Jessica Parker . But Sergey Brin from Google was probably the most interesting. During the Zang Toi show, little did attendees know the fashion arsenal assembled just feet their front row seats. Perched in an enclosed glass suite, former Vogue Associate Publisher Lottie Oakley and  Ivan Shaw , director of photography at Vogue , guided American Express cardholders through the ins and outs of the fashion industry.
NEWS
by Annie Linskey | August 26, 2012
Sarah Jessica Parker, Susan Sarandon and former first daughter Barbara Bush are among an extremely long list of celebrities set to appear at a fundraiser for Maryland's same-sex marriage law.  Tickets start at $250 for the event, which will be atop the James Hotel in New York City in mid-September. The Free State is one of four where same-sex marriage is on the ballot this year. No state has ever upheld gay nuptials at the ballot box, but polling funded by a gay rights group shows Marylanders are open to the idea.
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By Los Angeles Times | March 4, 2009
Series America's Next Top Model: : In the season premiere, 34 finalists head to Las Vegas for their first photo shoot before Tyra Banks whittles them down to the 13 finalists who will move to a loft in New York and compete for the top prize. (8 p.m., WNUV-Channel 54) American Idol: : Three more finalists are chosen. (8 p.m., WBFF-Channel 45) Criminal Minds: : The team searches for a serial killer who stages car crashes to cover up the way his victims really died. (9 p.m., WJZ-Channel 13)
SPORTS
June 3, 2003
Moves Baseball MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: Fined Diamondbacks P Curt Schilling an undisclosed amount for his actions in May 24 game vs. Padres. ORIOLES: Promoted Matt Dryer to senior director of advertising and promotions and Don Grove to senior director of sales and fan services. PADRES: Signed P Rod Beck. Sent P Charles Nagy to Triple-A Portland. YANKEES: Named Dwight Gooden pitching coach for Rookie-level Yankees. Basketball CAVALIERS: Named Paul Silas coach. CELTICS: Named Rich Gotham executive vice president of sales and corporate development.
BUSINESS
By LAURA SMITHERMAN and LAURA SMITHERMAN,SUN REPORTER | August 19, 2006
Water Water Everywhere, an Owings Mills-based retailer of women's swimwear and accessories that has grown to 20 locations across the country from one store in 1990, has agreed to be acquired by Bear Growth Capital Partners and merge with a larger rival based in Orlando, Fla. Bear Growth Capital Partners, part of the private equity arm of investment banker Bear Stearns Cos., announced this week that it entered into a letter of intent to acquire Water Water...
NEWS
July 31, 1992
THE DISPLAY WINDOW at "Reach for the Beach," a hip clothing store at Harford Mall, isn't your typical mannequins-in-miniskirts set-up. Rather, a mannequin is sprawled across the display case with its hands positioned behind its back, as if handcuffed. Three baseball bats dangle over the dummy's head, as if being swung by ghosts. Stars and stripes decorate the backdrop. "Justice?" is painted in blood-red letters across the glass.The act of a vandal? No, it's a statement by the owner, who wanted to comment in his own way about the Rodney King trial verdict -- and also to attract attention to sell some clothes.
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