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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2012
The Baltimore Sun staff and its favorite fans and followers are gathering on Wednesday, March 28 at Bond Street Social. The Baltimore Sun meetup at Bond Street Social goes from 6 to 8 p.m. Happy hour prices will be in effect throughout with $4 for all beers, $5 for call drinks and wine and $6 select specialty cocktails. Bond Street Social is very social. All of chef Neill Howell's plates are meant to be shared. Signature "Social Drinks" are brought to the table in an 80-ounce infusion jar, perfect for sharing among your fellow Sun fans and even with the Sun staff, who are generally deligthed to share just about anything except their byline.
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NEWS
By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2010
Howard County executive Ken Ulman has hired David Nitkin, a Baltimore Sun editor, to be the county's Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs as part of a shuffle of existing positions that affects three other current county officials, but creates no new positions. Acting Recreation and Parks Director John Byrd, an 18-year county employee who has held the acting director's job since former director Gary J. Arthur died in May, got the top job permanently Monday. He will earn $124,093, a $20,000 increase, according to county officials.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun | September 29, 2014
The Baltimore Sun won an Online Journalism Award Saturday for Matthew Hay Brown's 2013 article, " Breaking the Silence ," about American servicemen who were sexually assaulted while serving in the military. Women in uniform are more likely to be sexually assaulted than men. But because there are many more men than women in the military, there are more assaults against men than against women. And when the victim is a man, Brown's reporting showed, a perpetrator is far less likely to be punished.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec | March 24, 2013
Ed Reed doesn't want to say goodbye, but he does want to say thanks. The former Ravens safety took out a full page ad in the Sports section of today's Baltimore Sun  to deliver a message to the fans who have cheered him for more than a decade. The ad reads:    Ravens Nation, My eleven seasons in Baltimore were more than I would have ever imagined, which is why I have such deep love for you all. I will forever cherish my time with the Ravens and the chills that ran down my spine when I finally kissed the Lombardi Trophy.
NEWS
August 2, 2009
Readers are now able to search and purchase digitized microfilm copies of articles published in The Baltimore Sun from its first issue, on May 17, 1837, through the last day of 1945 - more than 100 years of historical material. To subscribe to this service, go to baltimoresunstore.com and click on "search for articles." In the past, Sunstore could only offer digitized article searches from September 1990. The Baltimore Sun is working to make available its articles from 1946 through September 1990 as well.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | May 30, 2012
With "VEEP and "Game Change" produced here, I have been writing a lot about Baltimore standing in for Washington. But Wednesday afternoon, the TV sleight of hand hit a little too close to home when the Calvert Street entrance to the Sun said in big bold letters "The Washington Herald. " Happily, it was not real institutional change -- just a little more TV magic as the crew for the $100 million Netflix series "House of Cards" had "dressed" the building for scenes to be shot later this week.
NEWS
By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | April 22, 2011
For the second straight year, The Baltimore Sun has been named newspaper of the year in the annual Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association awards contest. The Sun won 39 first- or second-place awards in the editorial contest among papers with a circulation of 75,000 or more; The Washington Post won 22. Of those, The Sun won 10 "Best of Show" awards, including nods for staff coverage of spot news (the resignation of Mayor Sheila Dixon), sports story (2010 Preakness), special section (the 10th anniversary of the Ravens' Super Bowl victory)
NEWS
December 4, 1997
Services for Donald H. Patterson Sr., retired publisher of the Baltimore Sun newspapers and president of the A. S. Abell Co., )) who died of cancer Tuesday, are planned for 1 p.m. Saturday at St. Anne Episcopal Church, Church Circle, Annapolis.Memorial donations may be made to the church; or Hospice of the Chesapeake, 8424 Veterans Highway, Millersville 21108.Pub Date: 12/04/97
NEWS
By Staff Report | March 27, 1993
Effective April 5, The Baltimore Sun will no longer accept classified advertising for guns and gun shows.Company officials said yesterday that they hope the new policy will slow the unlicensed sale of guns. In the past, classified advertisements in The Sun and The Evening Sun have provided an unregulated market for the sale of handguns, rifles and shotguns. The new policy will eliminate that market.People who buy handguns from a dealer must wait seven days to pick them up while state police check the background of the purchaser.
BUSINESS
January 8, 1991
The Baltimore Sun named three current executives as senior vice presidents yesterday to serve as top aides to new publisher Michael J. Davies, who said the promotions were designed to create a more efficient senior management team.Diana Zinda, 34, previously the newspapers' advertising director, was named senior vice president for advertising and marketing.James Shaw, 41, chief financial officer of The Sun and The Evening Sun, was named senior vice president and business manager.The company's finance, administration, plant and facilities, and suburban zone operations will report to him.John Patinella, 43, the newspapers' circulation director, is now senior vice president for circulation and will assume responsibility for packaging operations.
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