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By N.Y. Times News Service | September 12, 1990
The new etiquette for men's handkerchiefs is one for blow, one for show and one to wear on top of your head.Men wearing bandanna handkerchiefs tied on the head, urban gyspy-style, are everywhere. Bruce Weber, the photographer, is well known for that practice, and not just for hacking around in the garden. He went hanky-on-top to Anna Wintour's little soiree at the Paramount Hotel in Manhattan last week.The bandanna is usually folded into a triangle, then pulled back over the skull and knotted in back.
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September 18, 2013
Anne Arundel County police say two men - one with a bandanna over his face and another with cardboard duct taped to hide his face - are being sought in connection with the robbery of a pizza delivery person on Tuesday in Severn. On Sept. 17, 2013, at about 8:59 p.m., officers from the Western District responded to a report of a robbery of a pizza delivery driver that occurred in the 8200 block of Kilmory Court in Severn. Officers said the delivery driver for Deno's Pizza in Odenton said he was attempting to deliver food to the Kilmory Court address when he was approached from behind as he was knocking on the door to the address.
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September 18, 2013
Anne Arundel County police say two men - one with a bandanna over his face and another with cardboard duct taped to hide his face - are being sought in connection with the robbery of a pizza delivery person on Tuesday in Severn. On Sept. 17, 2013, at about 8:59 p.m., officers from the Western District responded to a report of a robbery of a pizza delivery driver that occurred in the 8200 block of Kilmory Court in Severn. Officers said the delivery driver for Deno's Pizza in Odenton said he was attempting to deliver food to the Kilmory Court address when he was approached from behind as he was knocking on the door to the address.
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By Joe Nawrozki and Joe Nawrozki,SUN STAFF | March 23, 2002
Baltimore County police have identified the man who was fatally shot in his Cockeysville apartment Thursday night as the owner of a Baltimore recording company that specializes in hip-hop and rap music. Vance Beasley, 32, of the 10400 block of Barretts Delight Drive was found dead of several gunshot wounds in the back room of his home, which he shared with his girlfriend and two children, 4 and 2 years old. Court records show Beasley was convicted on drug possession and misdemeanor theft charges in the past.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | September 27, 1992
A sense of humor sustains him, when all around him runs amok.Amok happens when you manage sewer systems for the county's two smallest towns."The endorphins we get from laughter is the body's natural pain defense," said Francis Alfred "Fred" Haifley Jr. "Humor affirms our dignity, even when circumstances underwear us."Mr. Haifley, a certified water and sewer plant operator, describes his "persona as humorous, earthy, bio-solid."He also knows a lot about underwear. Less than 24 hours into his new job as sewer operator last May, he was extricating men's briefs from the sewer pumps in Union Bridge.
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By TaNoah V. Sterling and TaNoah V. Sterling,SUN STAFF | November 3, 1995
A New York man was robbed at a pay phone in Harmans yesterday by a man with a gem-studded bandanna, county police said.Daniel Bruce Mooney of Governors Island told police he was making a call near Old Telegraph and Dorsey roads at 1:10 a.m. when a man dressed in black and wearing a black bandanna decorated with gems walked up to him and asked his name.Mr. Mooney said he ignored the man and finished the call but that when he turned around, the man stuck something into his ribs and asked what he had in his pocket.
NEWS
October 13, 1995
A man wearing a bandanna over his face robbed a Pasadena gas station of an undisclosed amount of money Tuesday, county police said yesterday.According to police, a man walked into a Shell station in the 100 block of Mountain Road just before midnight. He was bent over and wearing a bandanna over his face, police said.The man demanded cash from the clerk, then fled when he received it. The man never displayed a weapon but kept his hand under his shirt to imply that he had one.A witness who was taking trash out behind the Sun Valley Shopping Center said she saw a man run from the parking lot toward Albert Drive.
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By Kate Holschuh and Kate Holschuh,Knight-Ridder News Service | December 24, 1992
BOULDER, Colo. -- Just when you thought microwavable burritos, popcorn and Bavarian Wiener Suppers were going to end the microwave craze, a New York-based company is making scarves that you can zap.The Phoenix Dynamics Corp. has begun marketing Warm-Upz microwavable scarves and bandannas. In 30 seconds, the garments heat to give off warmth that can last an hour, depending on how cold it is outside.Product distributor Joel Hudesman, calling from his office in Woodmere, N.Y., says the trick is a micro-heating strip of flexible plastic cubes containing a non-toxic liquid that is activated when zapped with microwaves.
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By Dolly Merritt and Dolly Merritt,Contributing writer | October 13, 1991
If you'd like to put the warmth of country decor in your kitchen, family room, or throughout your entire home, you can use some simple, inexpensive alternatives to the usual duck-duck-goose approach to country decorating.First impressions are often lasting, and a visitor's first impression of your home begins at your front door. A welcomechange from beribboned straw wreaths are sculpted metal shapes of elephants, whales and pigs -- lined with bells -- that jingle every time there's a knock on the door.
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By Michalene Busico and Michalene Busico,Knight-Ridder News Service | November 18, 1992
BERKELEY, Calif. -- On the street where the Naked Guy lives, neighbors are getting used to seeing a lot of Andrew Martinez.Except for the peace sign and house key that dangle from a chain around his neck, Mr. Martinez is completely naked when he walks to his classes at the University of California at Berkeley. He's naked when he's around his house, a rambling white co-op just off campus. He's naked when he fixes lunch in the crowded kitchen. Until the university told him to cover up, he was completely naked in class, too.Just now, he's naked on his front porch, as he prepares his outfit for the day: a band of black nylon and a crumpled red bandanna.
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By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | August 5, 1999
Three years ago, as two veteran Baltimore County homicide detectives drove by an abandoned bar on Pulaski Highway, they wondered aloud about the 1982 murder of a night watchman and a construction worker there."
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By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | September 28, 1998
A hundred years ago, Carroll County farmers would have concluded the harvest season with a combination corn-husking marathon and barn dance -- all under one roof that sheltered the farm animals and a banquet table full of homemade fare.Modernization and suburbia have rendered those old-fashioned dances obsolete, but the Historical Society of Carroll County re-created the festivity Saturday. The society replaced its black-tie ball with a red-bandanna barn dance to honor the county's agricultural history.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | July 20, 1997
With an accusing gesture, Gail Couture identified Dean L. Prue Jr. in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court on Friday as the man who pumped two gunshots into her husband as the couple sat in a van near an Odenton liquor store last summer.Prue is charged with first-degree murder in the slaying of Thomas Sung Hall, 63, who was shot Aug. 31 in his Tom's Liquors and Korean Restaurant in Odenton. He is also charged with assault with intent to murder in the shooting of three other people.But a second witness, Couture's teen-age son, who was also in the van that night, said he was "almost positive" but not quite that Prue was the man he saw outside Tom's.
NEWS
By TaNoah V. Sterling and TaNoah V. Sterling,SUN STAFF | November 3, 1995
A New York man was robbed at a pay phone in Harmans yesterday by a man with a gem-studded bandanna, county police said.Daniel Bruce Mooney of Governors Island told police he was making a call near Old Telegraph and Dorsey roads at 1:10 a.m. when a man dressed in black and wearing a black bandanna decorated with gems walked up to him and asked his name.Mr. Mooney said he ignored the man and finished the call but that when he turned around, the man stuck something into his ribs and asked what he had in his pocket.
NEWS
October 13, 1995
A man wearing a bandanna over his face robbed a Pasadena gas station of an undisclosed amount of money Tuesday, county police said yesterday.According to police, a man walked into a Shell station in the 100 block of Mountain Road just before midnight. He was bent over and wearing a bandanna over his face, police said.The man demanded cash from the clerk, then fled when he received it. The man never displayed a weapon but kept his hand under his shirt to imply that he had one.A witness who was taking trash out behind the Sun Valley Shopping Center said she saw a man run from the parking lot toward Albert Drive.
SPORTS
By Bill Plaschke and Bill Plaschke,Los Angeles Times | September 10, 1995
One of the greatest athletes in the NFL wears one. So do gunmen for street gangs.Linemen who do nothing worse than fish without a license wear them. So do drug dealers and pimps.Deion Sanders shrugs and calls it "a little scarf." That teen-aged hood on the street corner calls it a "G-Rag."Which is short for "gangster rag."Which, for thousands of inner-city youths and adults who mold them, symbolizes nothing but trouble. So what is the NFL to do?Last spring, after receiving many complaints from high school coaches and community leaders about the poor example being set, league officials considered banning bandannas from the field.
NEWS
By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | August 5, 1999
Three years ago, as two veteran Baltimore County homicide detectives drove by an abandoned bar on Pulaski Highway, they wondered aloud about the 1982 murder of a night watchman and a construction worker there."
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | July 20, 1997
With an accusing gesture, Gail Couture identified Dean L. Prue Jr. in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court on Friday as the man who pumped two gunshots into her husband as the couple sat in a van near an Odenton liquor store last summer.Prue is charged with first-degree murder in the slaying of Thomas Sung Hall, 63, who was shot Aug. 31 in his Tom's Liquors and Korean Restaurant in Odenton. He is also charged with assault with intent to murder in the shooting of three other people.But a second witness, Couture's teen-age son, who was also in the van that night, said he was "almost positive" but not quite that Prue was the man he saw outside Tom's.
FEATURES
By Kate Holschuh and Kate Holschuh,Knight-Ridder News Service | December 24, 1992
BOULDER, Colo. -- Just when you thought microwavable burritos, popcorn and Bavarian Wiener Suppers were going to end the microwave craze, a New York-based company is making scarves that you can zap.The Phoenix Dynamics Corp. has begun marketing Warm-Upz microwavable scarves and bandannas. In 30 seconds, the garments heat to give off warmth that can last an hour, depending on how cold it is outside.Product distributor Joel Hudesman, calling from his office in Woodmere, N.Y., says the trick is a micro-heating strip of flexible plastic cubes containing a non-toxic liquid that is activated when zapped with microwaves.
NEWS
By Michalene Busico and Michalene Busico,Knight-Ridder News Service | November 18, 1992
BERKELEY, Calif. -- On the street where the Naked Guy lives, neighbors are getting used to seeing a lot of Andrew Martinez.Except for the peace sign and house key that dangle from a chain around his neck, Mr. Martinez is completely naked when he walks to his classes at the University of California at Berkeley. He's naked when he's around his house, a rambling white co-op just off campus. He's naked when he fixes lunch in the crowded kitchen. Until the university told him to cover up, he was completely naked in class, too.Just now, he's naked on his front porch, as he prepares his outfit for the day: a band of black nylon and a crumpled red bandanna.
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