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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 20, 1991
HAVRE DE GRACE -- As police searched yesterday for leads in the fatal shooting of two elderly sisters during a robbery at their family-operated sporting goods store, residents here shook their heads in shock and disgust. Big-city crime had, for the third time in five years, invaded their small town.The card read, "In sympathy -- Vicki, Vanessa and DeAnna."
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By Carrie Wells and Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | February 4, 2013
On Monday, the realization began to set in for Baltimore-area residents that the Ravens' victory in the Super Bowl on Sunday night was something they would remember for the rest of their lives. With memory-making in mind, Shemirra House-Massie took her husband and three children to the Ravens' training facility in Owings Mills to greet the team as the players returned from New Orleans. About 50 others had the same idea and gathered outside the complex, known as the Castle, on Monday afternoon.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Sarah Schaffer and Sarah Schaffer,SUN STAFF | August 14, 2003
Sleepless hours are transformed into artistic expression in Insomnia: Landscapes of the Night, on display at Washington's National Museum of Women in the Arts. The exhibit, on display through November, includes paintings, drawings, sculptures and prints -- all of which explore the thoughts and emotions that caused 30 artists to lie awake. Some, such as Mirella Bentivoglio's sculpture, are melancholy pieces that serve as visual representations of sleep-disturbing thoughts. The dark marble sculpture of a book bound by a lock, Cercare la chiave nel sogno (Search for a Key to a Dream)
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | April 25, 2012
Towson's three-game losing skid to Colonial Athletic Association foes has coincided with a disappearing act by the offense in those games. The Tigers have scored a combined two goals in the second halves of those contests: one in a 14-3 loss to No. 2 Massachusetts on April 7, zero in an 8-3 setback to No. 9 Penn State on April 14 and one in a 13-5 loss to Drexel last Saturday. The offense has been limited to less than 16 shots in the second halves in each of those games, and the unit hasn't gotten much help from a faceoff group that has won a combined 8-of-28 draws over that same span.
NEWS
June 4, 1996
Police logOakland Mills: 9300 block of Ourtime Lane: A burglar removed a screen from a home's open window early Saturday, entered and took cash while residents were awake.Pub Date: 6/04/96
FEATURES
May 3, 2006
Concert Ben Lee performs Tonight at 8, Australian singer-songwriter Ben Lee, whose most recent album is Awake is the New Asleep and whose song "Catch My Disease" is featured on the Grey's Anat omy soundtrack, performs at Rams Head Tavern. The venue is at 33 West St. in Annapolis. Tickets are $18.50. Call 410-268-4545 or visit ramshead tavern.com.
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By FRANKLIN MASON | October 18, 1995
SOMETIMES YOU LOOK in the mirror in the morning and your face isn't there, isn't awake, won't wake up. It is early, early in the morning. Perhaps you haven't a face. Certainly it isn't awake.Or you can't see. See if you have a face. Early early in the morning.It is called, you are not sure what it is called.Perhaps, Waking Up. But you aren't awake, awake enough to call it Waking Up.You can't see. You stand before the mirror and can't see. Or if you can see, your face isn't there to see.Then you hear a small voice, a still small voice.
ENTERTAINMENT
By SARAH YURGEALITIS | March 9, 2006
Ben Lee Ben Lee's album Awake Is the New Sleep has been hailed by fans and critics alike, particularly the single "Catch My Disease." The Australian singer-songwriter will play Fletcher's on Wednesday. It's a great chance to see the indie performer in an intimate venue. The place's capacity is about 160, according to Fletcher's manager Matt Bukowski. He said they expect the show to sell out. Fletcher's is at 701 S. Bond St. Doors open at 8 p.m. Tickets are $12 and are available by calling 410-547-SEAT or visiting ticketmaster.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,Special to the Sun | September 14, 2003
Sweaters come and sweaters go. But are your fall sweaters hip and happening and here and now and all of that? Here are some tips on what's tops in knit tops this fall from The Ralsey Group, makers of the Rocket 898 line of clothing for juniors. * Fit to be tied. Don't waste your time tying on a scarf coordinated to your sweater. Instead, wear a sweater (left, $68) that has a scarf tie already attached. It's fun and practical when the weather turns chilly. * She's a maniac. Remember Flash-dance?
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By T. Berry Brazelton, m.d. and T. Berry Brazelton, m.d.,new york times special features | March 26, 2000
Q. Our 18-month-old son has slept in his room in a crib since he was 6 months old. We are concerned because he always cries when waking up from a nap or a full night's sleep. We rarely find him lying awake in his crib, playing. He cries himself awake, or we find him standing in his crib -- crying. We have always answered his cries and gotten him up if it is time. Is this the only way he knows how to tell us he is awake? Is this normal behavior? We're worried because he is crying, not whining or whimpering.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel, Special to The Baltimore Sun | December 19, 2011
Evan Singletary helped the Dunbar offense awaken at just the right time Monday night. Singletary scored 10 of his game-high 21 points in the fourth quarter as No. 4 Dunbar rallied from an early 11-point deficit and pulled out a 60-56 victory over No. 13 Lake Clifton. The Poets scored just 36 points in the first three quarters but still held a one-point lead over the host Lakers heading into the fourth. That's when Singletary and Dunbar began to click, as the Poets notched 24 points in the final quarter.
NEWS
August 9, 2009
Home building award The ARC of Howard County's Awake House at 9359 Torrent Row in Columbia has been awarded Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certification by the U.S. Green Building Council for achievement in green home building and design. The Awake House, owned by Supportive Living Inc., provides 24-hour personal care for tenants with physical and/or developmental disabilities. Go to usgbc.org for more information. Summer camp Howard County Recreation and Parks will offer a nature camp Aug. 17-21 at the proposed Blandair Regional Park in Columbia.
SPORTS
By RICK MAESE and RICK MAESE,rick.maese@baltsun.com | December 15, 2008
In a bruising game in which every hit seemed to bring a rousing oooh or an appreciative aah, there was only one sound to be heard as stunned fans filed out of M&T Bank Stadium: a curious hmm. As in: Hmm, do I know the NFL rules as well as I thought? Or, hmm, do the officials? And when the shocked Ravens players and bewildered Ravens coaches awake this morning: Hmm, what exactly does this all mean moving forward? Make no mistake, they have no choice but to move forward. Sure, plenty of whining and questioning might be in order, but yesterday's final result won't change.
FEATURES
By Holly Selby | March 6, 2008
Sunday, we'll have to "spring forward" by setting our clocks ahead one hour for daylight saving time. For many of us, resetting our clocks is a simple matter. But for those who struggle with insomnia, daylight saving time can add to the difficulty of getting enough sleep, says Charlene E. Gamaldo, assistant professor in the department of neurology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and assistant director of the Johns Hopkins Sleep Disorders Center. Many of us have trouble falling asleep every now and then.
SPORTS
By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,Sun reporter | July 18, 2007
It took persistence and medicine, but Tim Costa no longer sleeps with the fishes. Today, unencumbered by two sleeping disorders that forced him from professional bass fishing six years ago, Costa begins his long comeback on the Potomac River in the Stren Series Northern Division competition, a part of FLW Outdoors. "It's an amazing change. I was so tired all the time for so long that I didn't realize you weren't supposed to feel that way," says the Erie, Pa., native. Obstructive sleep apnea and narcolepsy - a one-two punch that caused him to fall asleep without warning - made it impossible for Costa to drive his boat or car. He could barely stay awake at his construction job in Plano, Texas, and was a frequent no-show at family activities.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,Sun reporter | September 8, 2006
It's 1:28 a.m. at the American Legion Post No. 39 in Bel Air. Eyes are drooping and heads are bobbing. The Coke pitchers have run dry, and the cheddar squares vanished from a silver platter hours earlier, leaving only the jalapeno cheese squares. A candidates forum began 6 1/2 hours ago, with the endorsement of the local Fraternal Order of Police at stake. Over the course of a long, strange night, four dozen candidates expounded on issues that included traffic congestion, law enforcement and gay marriage.
FEATURES
By Cindy Henderson | December 17, 1991
Remember lying awake, wondering if Santa would really come? Going to grandma's house for cookies? Trying to picture what the Christmas tree would look like all lit up when the big day finally came?Wasn't half the fun of Christmas the buildup? Each day through Dec. 25, we'll pass on some tips or thoughts about the holidays . . . and today's, written by Sun reporter Randi Henderson's 12-year-old daughter, is written especially for those who really love the Christmas countdown.I remember a Christmas when I was 5, seven years ago. The air was dancing as we filled the trunk of the car with presents for the ride to Grandma's house.
FEATURES
November 4, 1990
HAVE YOU EVER LAIN AWAKE AT NIGHT AND THOUGHT ABOUT HOWmuch better a city Baltimore would be if there were an elevator in the Shot Tower? Or if banjo players were assigned to each MTA bus? Or if they had valet parking at Memorial Stadium? Or if there were a resident podiatrist at Harborplace?Have you ever thought how neat a place it would be if they had a Po' Folks franchise restaurant right across the street from Edgar Allan Poe's grave? Have you ever worried about there being no cathedral on Cathedral Street?
SPORTS
By ROCH KUBATKO | August 26, 2006
How many of you are huge Ben Zobrist fans? He started at shortstop again last night for the Devil Rays. How many of you have heard of the Devil Rays' first baseman, Kevin Witt? How many of you are still wondering why this team is in last place again? How many of you feel a little better about this series knowing that Tampa Bay is 18-45 on the road? How many of you would like to see Nick Markakis and Melvin Mora change places in the lineup? How many of you think "Pacman" Jones needs to stay out of nightclubs, at least for a little while?
FEATURES
May 3, 2006
Concert Ben Lee performs Tonight at 8, Australian singer-songwriter Ben Lee, whose most recent album is Awake is the New Asleep and whose song "Catch My Disease" is featured on the Grey's Anat omy soundtrack, performs at Rams Head Tavern. The venue is at 33 West St. in Annapolis. Tickets are $18.50. Call 410-268-4545 or visit ramshead tavern.com.
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