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November 8, 2005
Ashanti, Mario and more perform in An All-Star Salute to Patti LaBelle (above, 9 p.m.-10 p.m., WUTB, Channel 24).
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January 15, 2010
On January 9, 2010; loving daughter of Evelyn N. Baggett and the late Sgt. Benjamin Baggett; beloved mother of Shelley Hall Jr., Ashanti and Asia Daniels; longtime devoted companion of Robert Blackwell; grandmother of four also one brother and two sisters. Viewing Friday, January 15, 5 PM at Wylie Funeral Home, 638 N. Gilmore Street. Wake 10 AM, January 16; funeral to follow at 10:30 AM.
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December 26, 2001
What lesson did the Ashanti brothers learn from their father's instructions? Send your answer to us by fax to 410-783-2519; by e-mail to sun.features@baltsun.com or by mail to Weekly Question, Features Department, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21278. Please include your name, age, grade and the school you attend. Teachers: check www.nie-sun.com tomorrow for stance questions related to Just for Kids stories.
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September 7, 2007
Premiere -- Howard Community College's Student Arts Collective (formerly known as Student-Alumni Arts@HCC) will celebrate its 13th season and "All Things New in the Arts at HCC" with a free afternoon event from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. today in the college's Horowitz Center lobby, 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia. Performances include music, comedy and guests who will speak about the visual and performing arts at the college. Ashanti Cooper (left) and Candace Cooper will introduce students, alumni and staff.
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January 15, 2010
On January 9, 2010; loving daughter of Evelyn N. Baggett and the late Sgt. Benjamin Baggett; beloved mother of Shelley Hall Jr., Ashanti and Asia Daniels; longtime devoted companion of Robert Blackwell; grandmother of four also one brother and two sisters. Viewing Friday, January 15, 5 PM at Wylie Funeral Home, 638 N. Gilmore Street. Wake 10 AM, January 16; funeral to follow at 10:30 AM.
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September 7, 2007
Premiere -- Howard Community College's Student Arts Collective (formerly known as Student-Alumni Arts@HCC) will celebrate its 13th season and "All Things New in the Arts at HCC" with a free afternoon event from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. today in the college's Horowitz Center lobby, 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia. Performances include music, comedy and guests who will speak about the visual and performing arts at the college. Ashanti Cooper (left) and Candace Cooper will introduce students, alumni and staff.
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | June 19, 1994
Like most of the sportswriters who cover the Orioles, Ashanti Woods arrives at Camden Yards roughly two hours before game time.Like many of his colleagues, Woods heads directly to the clubhouse -- pen, notebook and tape recorder in hand -- where he conducts pre-game interviews.Woods' collection of facts, quotes and commentary can found within the pages of Outside Pitch, an independent, twice-monthly publication sold at newsstands and by vendors outside Oriole Park.Not a bad gig for a 14-year-old who will enter ninth grade at Poly in the fall.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Knight Ridder / Tribune | December 16, 2004
TOP 40 SINGLES 1. Nelly featuring Tim McGraw, "Over And Over" 2. Usher and Alicia Keys, "My Boo" 3. Kelly Clarkson, "Breakaway" 4. Gavin DeGraw, "I Don't Want To Be" 5. Destiny's Child, "Lose My Breath" URBAN SINGLES 1. Snoop Dogg featuring Pharrell, "Drop It Like It's Hot" 2. Mario, "Let Me Love You" 3. Usher featuring Alicia Keys, "My Boo" 4. Lil' Jon and the Eastside Boyz featuring Usher and Ludacris, "Lovers and Friends" 5. Ja Rule featuring...
NEWS
By SANDY ALEXANDER and SANDY ALEXANDER,SUN REPORTER | December 2, 2005
Letters to S.A.N.T.A. has a North Pole setting, a missing-Santa mystery, dancing reindeer, singing elves, a glamorous Mrs. Claus and a mean mother-in-law. It also has 29 contributing writers. The play, running weekends, tonight through Dec. 17, at Howard Community College, is the latest original production by the school's Student-Alumni Arts group. As with four previous productions, the actors spent several weeks doing improvisation to develop characters and scenes. But unlike previous shows, this one started with some central themes regarding Christmas.
SPORTS
June 12, 1996
BaseballNational League: Suspended San Diego Padres C Brad Ausmus one game and fined him an undisclosed amount for charging an umpire and throwing equipment in the June 9 game against Pittsburgh.Astros: Signed P David Bernhard, P Brian Braswell, C Jason Hill, P John Huber, SS-2B Matt Hyers, P Estaban Maldonado, 2B Jay Mansavage, P Wade Miller, 3B Dru Nicely, RF James Reeder, CF Geoffrey Robertson, SS Michael Wheeler, and CF Randel Young.Athletics: Recalled P Willie Adams from Triple-A Edmonton.
NEWS
By KAREN NITKIN and KAREN NITKIN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 16, 2006
Every summer for three years now, Natasha Scott, 11, has participated in the Actors' Institute at Howard Community College. "It's the best camp ever," she said while sitting in the college's Smith Theatre on Thursday, waiting to begin dress rehearsals. This year, the pupil at Martin Luther King Middle School in Beltsville will share the role of the Cheshire Cat with fellow camper Betsy Burnett in a production of Alice in Wonderland. She likes the acting camp because she learns so much about being on stage, she said.
NEWS
By SANDY ALEXANDER and SANDY ALEXANDER,SUN REPORTER | December 2, 2005
Letters to S.A.N.T.A. has a North Pole setting, a missing-Santa mystery, dancing reindeer, singing elves, a glamorous Mrs. Claus and a mean mother-in-law. It also has 29 contributing writers. The play, running weekends, tonight through Dec. 17, at Howard Community College, is the latest original production by the school's Student-Alumni Arts group. As with four previous productions, the actors spent several weeks doing improvisation to develop characters and scenes. But unlike previous shows, this one started with some central themes regarding Christmas.
SPORTS
By PAUL MCMULLEN and PAUL MCMULLEN,SUN REPORTER | November 19, 2005
The last time a big man had his way this easily on the grounds of the Naval Academy, David Robinson was taking the Midshipmen to the Elite Eight. Unfortunately for Navy's basketball team, the inside force belonged to Georgetown last night. The Mids had no answer for Roy Hibbert, a 7-foot-2 sophomore whose 20 points, seven rebounds and four blocks led the Hoyas to a 72-49 victory at Alumni Hall in the season opener for both teams. "My teammates know I'm going to catch the ball now. Last year, I fumbled it," said Hibbert, who was eager to visit the campus where "The Admiral" ruled two decades ago. "I am a David Robinson fan. We talked about that this morning."
FEATURES
November 8, 2005
Ashanti, Mario and more perform in An All-Star Salute to Patti LaBelle (above, 9 p.m.-10 p.m., WUTB, Channel 24).
NEWS
By Ruth L. Tisdale and Ruth L. Tisdale,sun reporter | September 23, 2005
After performing as Blanche DuBois in the Howard Community College spring play, A Streetcar Named Desire, Ashanti Cooper looked forward to the next school year and improving her craft. As the fall semester approached, Cooper received a call that would give her an unexpected opportunity. "They called me up and asked me if I would be interested in directing in the upcoming reading series," said Cooper, a 23-year-old student at Howard Community College. "I'm always looking for a new experience, so I accepted."
ENTERTAINMENT
By Knight Ridder / Tribune | December 16, 2004
TOP 40 SINGLES 1. Nelly featuring Tim McGraw, "Over And Over" 2. Usher and Alicia Keys, "My Boo" 3. Kelly Clarkson, "Breakaway" 4. Gavin DeGraw, "I Don't Want To Be" 5. Destiny's Child, "Lose My Breath" URBAN SINGLES 1. Snoop Dogg featuring Pharrell, "Drop It Like It's Hot" 2. Mario, "Let Me Love You" 3. Usher featuring Alicia Keys, "My Boo" 4. Lil' Jon and the Eastside Boyz featuring Usher and Ludacris, "Lovers and Friends" 5. Ja Rule featuring...
NEWS
By KAREN NITKIN and KAREN NITKIN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 16, 2006
Every summer for three years now, Natasha Scott, 11, has participated in the Actors' Institute at Howard Community College. "It's the best camp ever," she said while sitting in the college's Smith Theatre on Thursday, waiting to begin dress rehearsals. This year, the pupil at Martin Luther King Middle School in Beltsville will share the role of the Cheshire Cat with fellow camper Betsy Burnett in a production of Alice in Wonderland. She likes the acting camp because she learns so much about being on stage, she said.
NEWS
By Gail Gibson and Gail Gibson,SUN STAFF | May 17, 2003
Cash from Baltimore's drug trade helped bankroll a rising New York record label that is now at the center of a federal money-laundering investigation and a heated war of words between some of rap's biggest stars, newly filed court records allege. The probe by authorities in New York casts the well-worn drug path to Baltimore as a trade route that provided start-up funds for music company Murder Inc. and portrays the label behind the careers of performers Ashanti and Ja Rule as secretly run by a convicted drug lord currently jailed in Maryland on a federal gun crime.
NEWS
By Gail Gibson and Gail Gibson,SUN STAFF | May 17, 2003
Cash from Baltimore's drug trade helped bankroll a rising New York record label that is now at the center of a federal money-laundering investigation and a heated war of words between some of rap's biggest stars, newly filed court records allege. The probe by authorities in New York casts the well-worn drug path to Baltimore as a trade route that provided start-up funds for music company Murder Inc. and portrays the label behind the careers of performers Ashanti and Ja Rule as secretly run by a convicted drug lord currently jailed in Maryland on a federal gun crime.
FEATURES
By Roger Catlin and Roger Catlin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 23, 2002
Michael Bolton sits calmly at a ritzy New York hotel restaurant, contemplating his potato leek soup as he hears a Conan O'Brien joke that had him as a punch line. Something about Mariah Carey's being offered millions to leave her recording contract - which means Bolton must look forward to becoming a billionaire. He smiles. It's along the lines of another O'Brien monologue joke a few years back: "Michael Bolton said yesterday he now wants to become an opera singer. Which is great, because now my Dad and I can hate the same kind of music."
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