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May 19, 2005
On May 15, 2005, ARIA A. KENNEDY, loving daughter of Georgia Stuckey, dear sister of 2 brothers and 1 sister, loving granddaughter of Lucy Barber. Also survived by a host of other nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Arrangements are being handled by the Russell Funeral Home, Inc., 822 Carl Russell Avenue, Winston Salem, NC 27101.
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By Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2014
The girls are back! In the spirit of Season 5, with all five girls back together (Hana, Aria, Spencer, Emily and Ali) here are five big moments from last night's season premiere. The big split up : After Season 4's cliffhanger of an ending, we learned that Ezra has indeed survived his gunshot wound from A … but isn't out of the woods yet. While he is rushed to the hospital, Ali notices A on top of the ambulance. It is up to the girls to use Ali as bait to get A alone, so they can find out who “he,” “she” or the “bitch” is. Ali and Aria wander the city, making sure A isn't up to anything outside of the hospital, while Spencer, Hana and Emily end up in the hospital lobby.
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By Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2014
The girls are back! In the spirit of Season 5, with all five girls back together (Hana, Aria, Spencer, Emily and Ali) here are five big moments from last night's season premiere. The big split up : After Season 4's cliffhanger of an ending, we learned that Ezra has indeed survived his gunshot wound from A … but isn't out of the woods yet. While he is rushed to the hospital, Ali notices A on top of the ambulance. It is up to the girls to use Ali as bait to get A alone, so they can find out who “he,” “she” or the “bitch” is. Ali and Aria wander the city, making sure A isn't up to anything outside of the hospital, while Spencer, Hana and Emily end up in the hospital lobby.
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Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | January 15, 2014
Was it all about the creative non-fiction or all of the secrets that Ali's mysterious journal kept from the girls … and A?   After the girls confront Hanna about keeping the journal a secret since Ravenswood, they decide it's time for them to take turns and see what Ali had to share about them. Emily is the first. While reading the journal at home, Emily falls asleep and wakes up to Ali asking her to meet her at the kissing rock. A confused Emily can't tell if she is dreaming or if Ali is visiting her in real life, but still finds time to confront her about all of the things she said about her in the journal -- oh yeah, and about how she failed to share with her that she was never dead.
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Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | January 15, 2014
Was it all about the creative non-fiction or all of the secrets that Ali's mysterious journal kept from the girls … and A?   After the girls confront Hanna about keeping the journal a secret since Ravenswood, they decide it's time for them to take turns and see what Ali had to share about them. Emily is the first. While reading the journal at home, Emily falls asleep and wakes up to Ali asking her to meet her at the kissing rock. A confused Emily can't tell if she is dreaming or if Ali is visiting her in real life, but still finds time to confront her about all of the things she said about her in the journal -- oh yeah, and about how she failed to share with her that she was never dead.
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By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,Special to the Sun | November 9, 2007
Annapolis Opera celebrated its 35th anniversary last week with a program of arias from many of the productions it has presented over the years. In 1972, Martha Wright, the company's first president, decided with a small group that Annapolis should have its own opera company. She returned for "Bravo 35" on Oct. 27 to accept the good wishes and proclamations of the city of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County. Congratulations, wine-sipping and hors d'oeuvres-sampling preceded the main event at the Unitarian Universalist Church, a concert featuring four fine singers who are audience favorites and rising young stars, all under the direction of Annapolis Opera artistic director Ronald J. Gretz.
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,Contributing Writer | February 5, 1993
The fifth annual Maryland Vocal Competition was billed as an evening with "The Stars of Tomorrow," and the sponsors at the Annapolis Opera weren't exaggerating.Eight gifted young vocalists, finalists chosen from a field of 45 applicants, provided an evening rich with song last Friday at Key Auditorium at St. John's College. Each sang two arias, one selected by the judges and one of their own choosing.The judges -- the Rev. Martha Wright, Annapolis Opera conductor Ronald Gretz, and Ava Shields, founder of the Arundel Vocal Artists, among them -- were particularly impressed by the men on hand.
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