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By Ericka Alston | February 5, 2013
What a night! "Nights like tonight, I'm not sure my wife is in there," Sean said. Me either, Sean! On tonight, part one of "The Bachelor's" special two-day event, Tierra and the drama surrounding her reigned supreme. We head to Montana, for what hailed to be an awesome day for Sean and the remaining 11 ladies vying for a ring. Three dates tonight, a group date, a one-on-one and the infamous two-on-one. As all of the ladies prepare to rough it outdoors, the first date card arrives.
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By Sarah LaCorte and The Baltimore Sun | April 13, 2014
A group of casting directors for the ABC shows "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" descended on Maryland Live Casino on Thursday evening to find the most compatible Maryland women and men for reality show future romps. Intrigued at how reality turns into reality television, I decided to sign up as a candidate. I am 22 and have watched "The Bachelor" just to study how 20 desperate-for-love candidates living in one house while dating the same person could work as a means of finding a spouse.
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By GLENN McNATT | September 3, 1994
My friend, a lifelong bachelor, finally got married the other day. I drove down to Washington for the wedding and celebrated his good fortune with a few dozen of our buddies and their wives, probably none of whom thought they ever would see the day when this lovely man ascended the altar.The bride was beautiful. My friend, tall and handsome in a dark suit and immaculate white shirt and tie, was a picture of husbandly devotion. It seemed incredible that, nearing his 50th birthday, he had finally decided to take the plunge.
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By Denise Weiss and For The Baltimore Sun | March 11, 2014
Rose lovers, I come to you with good news: The season is over and we never have to see El Bachelor Juan Pablo again. Things certainly have changed since “Juanuary” when we were so excited to join Juan Pablo on his “adventura.” What we didn't know was that “adventura” meant “journey taken by a rude, arrogant, egotistical, racist, cocky, douchebag, lying, hypocritical, self-centered, offensive jerk. " Before we return to St. Lucia and bring this train wreck to a close, Chris Harris reminds us that this has been one of “the most dramatic and surprising finales” in "Bachelor" history.
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April 24, 2004
William Bachelor Rush, a retired electrician, died Wednesday of cancer at Ruxton Health and Rehabilitation Center of Pikesville. The Arnold resident was 79. Born in Baltimore and raised on Hollins Street, he was a 1942 graduate of City College. He enlisted in the Army during World War II and was a mechanic on fighter planes and a radio operator. Mr. Rush worked as an electrician for 55 years, was a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers union and helped wire numerous office buildings in downtown Baltimore.
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By Dottie Enrico and Dottie Enrico,Newsday | May 13, 1993
These days you can spot everything from hypo-allergenic dust cloths to Carolyne Roehm-designed doggy collars while browsing through catalogs. But Coral Springs, Fla.,-based publisher Mindi Rudan has added a new dimension to the home-shopping experience.She publishes and markets the Bachelor Book, a national catalog for single, heterosexual women that is brimming with names, photos and addresses of dozens of eligible men. Ms. Rudan has jokingly dubbed her four-color magazine the "ultimate in male order."
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By PETER SCHMUCK | September 27, 2004
ORIOLES OUTFIELDER Larry Bigbie could become a millionaire without even going to salary arbitration and have his choice of a couple of dozen beautiful women, but he doesn't want to be a reality television star. He confirmed over the weekend that he'll decline an offer to follow in the cleatsteps of New York Giants quarterback Jesse Palmer and be the next The Bachelor, which proves that he is either a solid, grounded guy who isn't looking for any more time in the limelight, or he's just plain nuts.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | February 2, 2010
Maurice F. Mackey Jr., a retired lawyer who enjoyed writing short stories, fables, poems and even a bachelor's cookbook, died Jan. 26 at his Baldwin home of a brain injury. He was 87. Mr. Mackey, whose father was an Irish immigrant and a Crown Cork & Seal Co. plant superintendent and whose mother was a first-generation Irish homemaker, was born and raised in East Baltimore. He attended Loyola High School until 1937, when he entered the Marianist Preparatory School in Beacon, N.Y., to prepare to be a brother, and Mount St. John High School in Dayton, Ohio.
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June 6, 2012
QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY: Blaine Dulkerian of White Hall, bachelor of arts in public relations; and Christina Heilman of Jarrettsville, bachelor of arts in public relations, graduated from Quinnipiac University during the 81st undergraduate commencement exercises May 20. VINCIGUERRA: Damon A. Vinciguerra, of Forest Hill, son of Anthony and Linda Vinciguerra of Forest Hill, graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science in chemical...
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February 4, 2013
Benjamin Glass, of Laurel, class of 2013, was named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Tufts University, in Medford, Mass. Amanda Morgan, of Laurel, was named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Hofstra University, in Hempstead, N.Y. The following students from Laurel were named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Mount St. Mary's University, in Emmitsburg: Claire McGrath, sophomore; Evan Oliver, senior; and Matthew Waller,...
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By Kim Fernandez, For The Baltimore Sun | March 6, 2014
Jon Boyer is probably going to take a lot of heat for this -- we're sorry, Jon. But it's really our duty to report your utter fabulousness and rock-star status as an animal rescuer. Not that the ladies of Baltimore need any reminding, apparently. Homeless and injured animals seem to have something of a magnetic attraction to Boyer, who's a Baltimore police officer. He says police rescue cats and dogs all the time -- comes with the job. But he's a little flummoxed that his occasional drop-off at the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS)
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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2014
Ladies, here's your chance to compete with a bunch of other women for the chance to compete with a bunch of other women for a shot at marrying a guy you barely know. And guys, here's your chance to find deep and eternal love, or at least a few nights in a "fantasy suite. " "The Bachelor" is holding auditions at Maryland Live! Casino on Thursday, April 10. Producers will be at the Rams Head Center Stage at the casino from 5 p.m. to 9 pm to interview potential bachelors and bachelorettes for the ABC reality show, according to a news release.
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By Denise Weiss and For The Baltimore Sun | February 26, 2014
It's Fantasy Suite time, aka the night that you show the world that you are easy and will sleep with a guy who will also be sleeping with two other women. Juan Pablo is walking around St. Lucia in a mint green shirt and white shorts, biding his time until he can get some quality alone time with his three remaining ladies: Clare, Neekee and Andi. He says with a twinkle in his eyes that he is “going to get a chance to talk to the girls with privacy ... all the time we want, no cameras.
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By Denise Weiss and For The Baltimore Sun | January 28, 2014
This was the worst episode of "The Bachelor" to date, further reinforcing my beliefs that Juan Pablo is as interested in finding a wife as Sean Lowe is in foregoing his time in the Honeymoon Suite on his wedding night. Speaking of Sean, watching his wedding to Catherine helped to summarize the difference between Sean and Juan Pablo -- Sean is the guy to whom you say “I do,” while Juan Pablo is the guy you wake up next to after a long night of drinking and say “What did I do?
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Denise Weiss and For The Baltimore Sun | January 21, 2014
DISCLAIMER : Before we discuss what is so very wrong with tonight's episode, I would like to address el elefante in the room. Recently, Juan Pablo made some very disturbing comments concerning the possibility of a gay Bachelor. I do not care to repeat his comments nor bring attention to them, other than to say that I do not share in or condone his opinions. Juan Pablo has apologized for his statements, explaining that his words were misconstrued because of a language barrier.
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March 27, 2013
VIRGINIA TECH: The following Virginia Tech students were among those honored at the university's fall commencement ceremony Dec. 21, 2012, in Cassell Coliseum: Andrew Karas, Havre de Grace, who received a bachelor of science in sociology from the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences; Nathaniel Haviland, Bel Air, who received a bachelor of science in construction engineering and management from the College of Engineering; Brandon Boehmer, Fallston,...
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July 13, 2012
Kelly Auxt , Angela Springer and Stephanie Yonowitz , of Owings Mills, graduated with a master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction; Lisa Goldberg and Rebecca Harman , of Reisterstown, graduated with a master's degree in Counselor Education, and Michael Myers , of Pikesville, graduated with a master's degree in Exercise Science and Physical Education from McDaniel College, Westminster. The following students graduated from York College of Pennsylvania, York, Pa., on May 19. Gabriel Ehrlich , of Reisterstown, graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science; Courtney Heller , of Reisterstown, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary and Special Education; Theodoros Karambelas , of Reisterstown, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology; Brooks Walter , of Owings Mills, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations; Tracey Carroll , of Owings Mills, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Science.
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