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By Katie Hutchinson | November 30, 2012
Not sure whether it was because last week's holiday-hiatus or that this episode was really that good, but I think it is one of my favorites of the season. It was a perfect melodrama filled with resentments, plotting, surprises, dance battles, confrontations and a blast from the past (who should have stayed there). I was entertained the whole way with little to no eye-rolling, which means Deena was a well-behaved meatball. The main event of the episode was the surprise “Shore Shower” for Snooki.
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By Katie Hutchinson | November 30, 2012
Not sure whether it was because last week's holiday-hiatus or that this episode was really that good, but I think it is one of my favorites of the season. It was a perfect melodrama filled with resentments, plotting, surprises, dance battles, confrontations and a blast from the past (who should have stayed there). I was entertained the whole way with little to no eye-rolling, which means Deena was a well-behaved meatball. The main event of the episode was the surprise “Shore Shower” for Snooki.
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By Laura Cadiz and Laura Cadiz,SUN STAFF | June 18, 2001
Baltimore County police were trying to determine yesterday why four people were stabbed and a pregnant woman was attacked during an argument at a baby shower Saturday in Lansdowne. "We're still trying to figure out what the argument was about," said Cpl. Vickie Warehime, a police spokeswoman. Brian Thiele, 22, of the 200 block of Minebank Lane in Lansdowne was charged with five counts of first-degree assault and was being held on $250,000 bail at the Wilkens Precinct after his arrest Saturday night, Warehime said.
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By Ty Alexander | November 21, 2011
As Sheree said, "Life isn't full of cherries and berries!" I think I told you guys this would be a good one. I was giving a lot of side eyes and girl pleases to my television. This episode was full of shockers from Kim's wedding-inspired baby shower, to Sheree building a home from the ground up as if there's any other way (SMH), to Peter and Apollo's overly hyped argument which was overshadowed by Apollo's extremely high-pitched angry voice.
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By Jonathan Pitts and Jonathan Pitts,jonathan.pitts@baltsun.com | January 17, 2010
They were the happy, if largely sleepless, parents of three boys, and it had been four years since their youngest, Aldon, was born. Perhaps the Rev. Abraham Shanklin Jr. and his wife, Ingrid, could be forgiven for thinking their family was as big as it was going to get - and for giving all their baby furniture away. Ingrid, of course, got pregnant not long after that, and the Shanklins, a husband-and-wife ministry team based in Hanover, got a chance to start all over again.
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By DAN BERGER | August 5, 1999
Better tap the Susquehanna before it's gone.Mad dogs and sunscreen wearers go out in the noonday sun.St. Paul Companies mean to layoff a thousand workers and if that doesn't sweeten the chairman's bonus, nothing will.You can't have a minyan without a permit in Baltimore County? How about a baby shower, candidate's coffee or Tupperware party?Pub Date: 8/05/99
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April 10, 2005
Grubb elected president of state dental association Dr. Richard V. Grubb of Havre de Grace has been elected president of Maryland State Dental Association, the association announced. Grubb was born and raised in Havre de Grace, graduated from the University of Maryland College of Dental Surgery in 1975. After a residency at Sinai Hospital, where he received advanced training in surgery and anesthesia, he began practicing general and implant dentistry in Havre de Grace. He is a fellow of the International College of Oral Implantologists and an associate fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, a member of the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology and has a certificate in intravenous sedation.
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September 26, 2004
Health Department schedules pet clinics to give rabies shots The Carroll County Health Department will hold a rabies vaccination clinic for dogs, cats and ferrets from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. today at the Carroll County Agriculture Center on Smith Avenue extended in Westminster, and at Taneytown Memorial Park in the 5200 block of Taneytown Pike. All vaccinations will be administered by licensed veterinarians. All animals must be on a leash or in a cage. Maryland law requires that all dogs and cats older than 4 months be vaccinated.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | May 11, 1992
This may come as a shock to some fans of "Murphy Brown" who think the series is hip and cutting-edge TV. But this is a sitcom that has become very old-fashioned in format, message and values. And tonight's highly publicized baby shower show -- at 9 on WBAL-Channel 11 -- is a good example. It's also a good example, though, of why this show means so much to so many people.Murphy Brown, of course, is having a baby. The actual birth happens next Monday nightin a funny, but also highly traditional episode -- so traditional the ending will make some viewers' teeth ache.
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By Donna Koros Stramella and Donna Koros Stramella,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 23, 2000
With a dozen new staff members and a new "passport" for students, Glen Burnie High School will open its doors on a new school year next week. Freshmen report on Monday, a day before all other grades return Tuesday. Their school day this year runs from 7:17 a.m. to 1:55 p.m. On Day One, students are to report to their administrative homerooms. Lists of homerooms will be posted around the school. New staff members this year include Michelle Goldstein and Bambi Hertel, both joining the math department.
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By Ty Alexander | November 20, 2011
As Sheree said, "Life isn't full of cherries and berries!" I think I told you guys this would be a good one. I was giving a lot of  side eyes  and  girl please's  to my television. This episode was full of shockers from Kim's wedding-inspired baby shower, to Sheree building a home from the ground up (as if there's any other way ... SMH), to Peter and Apollo's overly hyped argument -- which was overshadowed by Apollo's high-pitched angry voice.  We end up first at Chateau Sheree as she meets her contractor and he knocks down the old house on her lot. A clip is shown of the blueprint of her new home, and she points out the roller-skating ballroom.
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dmbrown@comcast.net | October 5, 2011
"Hello. It's so good to see you again. I met you a couple of weeks ago at the museum," the nice lady said to me. "I'm so glad you could come to this. " "This" was the sendoff for the president of the Friends of Trees in Portland, Ore. I was videotaping a play involving some friends who were popping out like gnomes and fairies in the forest in the upper northwest part of the city. I was also on jet lag. "No," I said to her. "I just arrived in Portland yesterday. " "Oh, yes," she insisted, "it was you I met at the museum.
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By Jennifer Davis, The Baltimore Sun | July 16, 2011
It's not every day that a person makes a selfless and heartfelt donation to a hospital. It's even rarer when it comes from a teenager. Thirteen-year-old Cassidy Schirmer is the exception. She chose to complete her National Junior Honor Society service project by donating to the Greater Baltimore Medical Center neonatal intensive care unit. Schirmer got the idea from a family friend who works for the hospital. The Bel Air eighth-grader hosted a "virtual" baby shower online, raising $300 to purchase supplies.
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By Jonathan Pitts | January 17, 2010
T hey were the happy, if largely sleepless, parents of three boys, and it had been four years since their youngest, Aldon, was born. Perhaps the Rev. Abraham Shanklin Jr. and his wife, Ingrid, could be forgiven for thinking their family was as big as it was going to get - and for giving all their baby furniture away. Ingrid, of course, got pregnant not long after that, and the Shanklins, a husband-and-wife ministry team based in Hanover, got a chance to start all over again.
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By Jonathan Pitts and Jonathan Pitts,jonathan.pitts@baltsun.com | January 17, 2010
They were the happy, if largely sleepless, parents of three boys, and it had been four years since their youngest, Aldon, was born. Perhaps the Rev. Abraham Shanklin Jr. and his wife, Ingrid, could be forgiven for thinking their family was as big as it was going to get - and for giving all their baby furniture away. Ingrid, of course, got pregnant not long after that, and the Shanklins, a husband-and-wife ministry team based in Hanover, got a chance to start all over again.
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By SUSAN REIMER | October 16, 2005
"I am so-o-o-o-o sorry." It is one of the things you will say often after the birth of your child. Along with, "You won't believe what happened today," which is usually followed by a calamitous tale or an anecdote that only your spouse will find adorable. But parents can be certain they will do a lot of apologizing because of their child, or on behalf of their child. Either you have just run the stroller into someone's Achilles tendon, or your child has just burped up lunch on a friend's blue suit, or your child has just gotten into a screaming tug-of-war with another child over a toy that is not yours.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Ernest Holsendolph and Ernest Holsendolph,COX NEWS SERVICE | May 30, 2002
Listening to a baby coo, or even watching her fret in the family nursery, has become practically a pastime among young parents, a trend that experts say has grown over the past 15 years. There are the babies' toys, a gigantic industry with more than $5 billion in annual sales. Then there are the baby toys for adults, including the monitors, the lullaby machines and other gadgets and gizmos that comfort and cater to babies and those who love them. On the serious side, innovations will bring wearable computers for infants who, for example, need to have their vital life signs monitored constantly.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | May 11, 1992
This may come as a shock to some fans of "Murphy Brown" who think the series is hip and cutting-edge TV. But this is a sitcom that has become very old-fashioned in format, message and values. And tonight's highly publicized baby shower show -- at 9 on WBAL-Channel 11 -- is a good example. It's also a good example, though, of why this show means so much to so many people.Murphy Brown, of course, is having a baby. The actual birth happens next Monday nightin a funny, but also highly traditional episode -- so traditional the ending will make some viewers' teeth ache.
NEWS
April 10, 2005
Grubb elected president of state dental association Dr. Richard V. Grubb of Havre de Grace has been elected president of Maryland State Dental Association, the association announced. Grubb was born and raised in Havre de Grace, graduated from the University of Maryland College of Dental Surgery in 1975. After a residency at Sinai Hospital, where he received advanced training in surgery and anesthesia, he began practicing general and implant dentistry in Havre de Grace. He is a fellow of the International College of Oral Implantologists and an associate fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, a member of the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology and has a certificate in intravenous sedation.
NEWS
September 26, 2004
Health Department schedules pet clinics to give rabies shots The Carroll County Health Department will hold a rabies vaccination clinic for dogs, cats and ferrets from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. today at the Carroll County Agriculture Center on Smith Avenue extended in Westminster, and at Taneytown Memorial Park in the 5200 block of Taneytown Pike. All vaccinations will be administered by licensed veterinarians. All animals must be on a leash or in a cage. Maryland law requires that all dogs and cats older than 4 months be vaccinated.
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