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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | June 22, 2001
In "The Anniversary Party," a bunch of actors who got their starts in the '80s throw the world's worst party, act extremely self-indulgent and whine a lot. The result is an interesting character study - at least of the two central characters, who happen to be played by the same two actors who wrote and directed the movie. But primarily, "The Anniversary Party" is a cautionary tale, a warning not to gather all of your neurotic friends in one room - or better yet, not to have so many neurotic friends.
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by Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2012
Bourdain is back, James Joyce turns 10, and more upcoming Baltimore dining events: Thursday - James Joyce Irish Pub and Restaurant is throwing a 10th anniversary party with music by O'Malley's March. The public party starts at 8 p.m., preceded by an invitation-only happy hour at 6 p.m. Thursday - RA Sushi celebrates its 15th anniversary with a 1990s-themed party. The first RA opened in 1997 in Old Town Scottsdale (Ariz.), and now has 25 locations. The RA Sushi in Harbor East will donate 15 percent of all of its profits to the Maryland Food Bank, and all guests will get a 15 percent discount.
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by Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2012
Bourdain is back, James Joyce turns 10, and more upcoming Baltimore dining events: Thursday - James Joyce Irish Pub and Restaurant is throwing a 10th anniversary party with music by O'Malley's March. The public party starts at 8 p.m., preceded by an invitation-only happy hour at 6 p.m. Thursday - RA Sushi celebrates its 15th anniversary with a 1990s-themed party. The first RA opened in 1997 in Old Town Scottsdale (Ariz.), and now has 25 locations. The RA Sushi in Harbor East will donate 15 percent of all of its profits to the Maryland Food Bank, and all guests will get a 15 percent discount.
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By Lauren McEwen | November 6, 2012
The title, "Down and Left Out in Beverly Hills" signaled that we were in for some childish shenanigans this episode, and the ladies delivered -- starting with good, old Lisa. Lisa Vanderpump is having an anniversary party for her restaurant, Villa Blanca, and doesn't invite long-time neighbor, Adrienne Maloof. The two ladies have had issues in the past - the usual reality TV drama - but Taylor Armstrong still spills the news about the party, asking Adrienne to shop for party dresses with her. Taylor, who "gained 10 pounds" and can no longer fit any of her tiny dresses, looks all doe-eyed and confused when she realizes her error.
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By THEO LIPPMAN JR | May 19, 1994
FORTY YEARS ago last Tuesday the Supreme Court ruled in Brown vs. Board of Education that race-segregated education was unconstitutional.The anniversary was widely celebrated and the decision generously praised. Not by me. I respect Brown, but I'm saving my party hat and noise-maker for a much, much more important civil rights anniversary party three weeks from now.Here's why I say that:In 1954 the South said to the Supreme Court, "Never!" It said, "Segregation today, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever!
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,andrea.siegel@baltsun.com | January 16, 2010
Odenton's volunteer fire company was not responsible for people being shot or hurt at a party held by someone who rented its social hall, an Anne Arundel County jury decided Friday. But the jury said the gunman, who is serving 18 years in prison for the crime, and the woman who lied on her application to hold the party in September 2005 should pay nearly $500,000 to the three people who sued. Asked whether he thought his clients would collect, lawyer Judd Legum replied, "I'm not optimistic."
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By Jaclyn Peiser | July 17, 2012
Well, we pick up this week back in London as the ladies finish off their quick girls' trip. We're quickly thrown into the crazy mix when Sonja announces that she is going to ice her face in the bidet. Only Ms. Sonja Morgan would do such a thing with so much grace and nonchalance.  Later, Sonja arranges for the girls to play croquet. As Sonja says, "When in London, one must pay croquet. " But the friendly game quickly becomes competitive between LuAnn and Carole. The Princess's inner competitor was provoked and proves her skill when she beats the Countess.
NEWS
By Dan Rodricks | August 11, 1999
Howard Gerber is one of the great impresarios of Baltimore. He deserves the title. Twenty-seven years he's had the Horse You Came In On Saloon, and he's still standing there under the lights of Thames Street, in a tuxedo, kissing pretty women, shaking hands with old friends, host of the never-ending party. Gerber was one of the guys who decided to invest in a Fells Point tavern in the early '70s, long before the neighborhood's transformation from brawling-boozy-bohemian to funky-chic-touristy.
NEWS
By Lauren McEwen | November 6, 2012
The title, "Down and Left Out in Beverly Hills" signaled that we were in for some childish shenanigans this episode, and the ladies delivered -- starting with good, old Lisa. Lisa Vanderpump is having an anniversary party for her restaurant, Villa Blanca, and doesn't invite long-time neighbor, Adrienne Maloof. The two ladies have had issues in the past - the usual reality TV drama - but Taylor Armstrong still spills the news about the party, asking Adrienne to shop for party dresses with her. Taylor, who "gained 10 pounds" and can no longer fit any of her tiny dresses, looks all doe-eyed and confused when she realizes her error.
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By HAL BOEDEKER and HAL BOEDEKER,ORLANDO SENTINEL | March 6, 2006
This TV season's most entertaining new series has a terrible time slot and a bland title. Sons & Daughters just doesn't do justice to this innovative comedy about a wacky family in turmoil. Problem No. 1: Grandpa has confided that he wants to leave Grandma rather than celebrate at their 25th anniversary party. On TV Sons & Daughters airs at 9 p.m. tomorrow on ABC (WMAR, Channel 2).
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By Jaclyn Peiser | July 17, 2012
Well, we pick up this week back in London as the ladies finish off their quick girls' trip. We're quickly thrown into the crazy mix when Sonja announces that she is going to ice her face in the bidet. Only Ms. Sonja Morgan would do such a thing with so much grace and nonchalance.  Later, Sonja arranges for the girls to play croquet. As Sonja says, "When in London, one must pay croquet. " But the friendly game quickly becomes competitive between LuAnn and Carole. The Princess's inner competitor was provoked and proves her skill when she beats the Countess.
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,andrea.siegel@baltsun.com | January 16, 2010
Odenton's volunteer fire company was not responsible for people being shot or hurt at a party held by someone who rented its social hall, an Anne Arundel County jury decided Friday. But the jury said the gunman, who is serving 18 years in prison for the crime, and the woman who lied on her application to hold the party in September 2005 should pay nearly $500,000 to the three people who sued. Asked whether he thought his clients would collect, lawyer Judd Legum replied, "I'm not optimistic."
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | June 22, 2001
In "The Anniversary Party," a bunch of actors who got their starts in the '80s throw the world's worst party, act extremely self-indulgent and whine a lot. The result is an interesting character study - at least of the two central characters, who happen to be played by the same two actors who wrote and directed the movie. But primarily, "The Anniversary Party" is a cautionary tale, a warning not to gather all of your neurotic friends in one room - or better yet, not to have so many neurotic friends.
NEWS
By Dan Rodricks | August 11, 1999
Howard Gerber is one of the great impresarios of Baltimore. He deserves the title. Twenty-seven years he's had the Horse You Came In On Saloon, and he's still standing there under the lights of Thames Street, in a tuxedo, kissing pretty women, shaking hands with old friends, host of the never-ending party. Gerber was one of the guys who decided to invest in a Fells Point tavern in the early '70s, long before the neighborhood's transformation from brawling-boozy-bohemian to funky-chic-touristy.
NEWS
By THEO LIPPMAN JR | May 19, 1994
FORTY YEARS ago last Tuesday the Supreme Court ruled in Brown vs. Board of Education that race-segregated education was unconstitutional.The anniversary was widely celebrated and the decision generously praised. Not by me. I respect Brown, but I'm saving my party hat and noise-maker for a much, much more important civil rights anniversary party three weeks from now.Here's why I say that:In 1954 the South said to the Supreme Court, "Never!" It said, "Segregation today, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever!
ENTERTAINMENT
By J. Wynn Rousuck | January 11, 2001
Spreading `Rumors' The Vagabond Players continues its 85th anniversary season with Neil Simon's "Rumors," opening tomorrow. A farce set at the home of the deputy mayor of New York, the play begins with guests arriving for an anniversary party, only to find that their host has been shot. "Rumors" is directed by John Ford, whose experience with farce includes this past summer's rollicking "Noises Off" for Towson University's Maryland Arts Festival. The cast of "Rumors," which includes some holdovers from the Towson show, features Annmarie Amlick, Steve Antonsen, Barbara Gehring, Patrick Martyn, Paris Obligin, Holly Pasciullo, Bryon Predika and Tom Wyatt.
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