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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | February 13, 2014
Harford County Sheriff's Office detectives said Thursday they have found an Edgewood woman and her 5 year-old daughter, who were reported missing last month, in northern Virginia. Amanda Deeann Mitchell, 29, of the 2900 block of Siwanoy Drive in Edgewood, was taken into custody without incident by the Fairfax County, Va., Police Department, the Sheriff's Office said in a news release. Fairfax Police also advised Harford detectives they also found the child at a local elementary school.
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By Michael Gold and The Baltimore Sun | February 16, 2014
Through its first four episodes, "Looking" was always concerned with Patrick (Jonathan Groff) and his view of the world. It didn't seem that way at the beginning, with the lives of Dom (Murray Bartlett) and Agustin (Frankie J. Alvarez) sharing equal weight on screen. And at the show's beginning, that made sense. Patrick's perspective on events got shaped so much by his friends that the show could masquerade as the story of three gay men. More and more though, Dom and Agustin have been feeling peripheral, with their lives serving as commentaries on Patrick's weekly situation rather than plots in their own right.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | February 4, 2014
Harford County Sheriff's Office detectives are attempting to find a "critically missing" mother and her 5 year-old daughter who left their home together on or about Jan. 10, and whose whereabouts are not known. Neither mother nor daughter had been found as of Tuesday afternoon, Sheriff's Office spokesman Edward Hopkins said. Hopkins said they don't suspect foul play; however, investigators want to make sure the child is safe. According to the Sheriff's Office, Amanda Deeann Mitchell, 29, of the 2900 block of Siwanoy Drive in Edgewood, is one of the custodial parents of 5-year-old, Sanaa Elise Bailey.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | February 13, 2014
Harford County Sheriff's Office detectives said Thursday they have found an Edgewood woman and her 5 year-old daughter, who were reported missing last month, in northern Virginia. Amanda Deeann Mitchell, 29, of the 2900 block of Siwanoy Drive in Edgewood, was taken into custody without incident by the Fairfax County, Va., Police Department, the Sheriff's Office said in a news release. Fairfax Police also advised Harford detectives they also found the child at a local elementary school.
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By Michael Gold and The Baltimore Sun | February 16, 2014
Through its first four episodes, "Looking" was always concerned with Patrick (Jonathan Groff) and his view of the world. It didn't seem that way at the beginning, with the lives of Dom (Murray Bartlett) and Agustin (Frankie J. Alvarez) sharing equal weight on screen. And at the show's beginning, that made sense. Patrick's perspective on events got shaped so much by his friends that the show could masquerade as the story of three gay men. More and more though, Dom and Agustin have been feeling peripheral, with their lives serving as commentaries on Patrick's weekly situation rather than plots in their own right.
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By RASHOD D. OLLISON | March 23, 2006
When I was in high school (class of '96), the music you dug dictated which clique you fell into. Since grunge was king at the time, sorrowful Kurt Cobain sympathizers abounded. And we're talking about Arkansas, so the country crew - with super-starched rodeo shirts and super-tight Wrangler jeans - was strong. The hip-hop homeboys dressed like West Coast gangsta rappers: chucks, long shirts and low-hanging Dickies. The metal heads were few, but they stood out. The guys wore black fingernail polish; the girls sported combat boots.
FEATURES
By Tim Smith and Tim Smith,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | April 17, 2002
For centuries, people argued about what comes first in opera - the music or the words. In more recent times, the argument seems more about whether the staging or the singing comes first. The staging often wins, sad to say; lavish sets and costumes or, more likely, determinedly unorthodox directorial concepts have given the music some very stiff competition. For 15 years, Washington Concert Opera has carved out a respected niche by avoiding even the hint of a prop and putting the total emphasis on the score (and the text, of course)
NEWS
April 19, 1991
The image of angry teachers, locked in a work-to-rule protest, has become a fitting metaphor for Howard County, which has been badgered by the recession into an identity crisis. The county simply does not have enough money anymore to support the elaborate service system it provided routinely in recent years, and when Executive Chuck Ecker responded with a proposed budget this week, the social fallout became disturbingly palpable.Facing a gaping $27 million revenue gap, Ecker, the consummate bottom-liner, laid off 40 employees, eliminated 119 vacant positions and denied raises to the remaining government workers.
NEWS
January 9, 1992
The most pressing item on the agenda of local subdivisions these days -- after making it through this year's budget cycle -- is balancing the lopsided equation of declining tax revenues and costly public services. Across the region, taxpayers have made clear their aversion to new tax levies even as they demand more and better government freebies. It is a bill that no local jurisdiction can afford to pay any longer.The seemingly endless prosperity that flowed from suburban housing development and the robust economy of the '80s has not only come to an abrupt end, it doesn't seem likely to re-appear any time soon.
NEWS
May 24, 1995
Most big cities in America have recognized that the ability to provide good youth programs that keep kids positively motivated and off the streets can be the difference that prevents viable neighborhoods from becoming turf for teen-age gangs.That's why Police Chief Thomas C. Frazier got together with the Recreation and Parks and Housing and Community Development departments to reopen and operate the Carroll Park rec center in southwest Baltimore. His community policing approach places greater emphasis on youth recreation programs as a crime deterrent.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | February 4, 2014
Harford County Sheriff's Office detectives are attempting to find a "critically missing" mother and her 5 year-old daughter who left their home together on or about Jan. 10, and whose whereabouts are not known. Neither mother nor daughter had been found as of Tuesday afternoon, Sheriff's Office spokesman Edward Hopkins said. Hopkins said they don't suspect foul play; however, investigators want to make sure the child is safe. According to the Sheriff's Office, Amanda Deeann Mitchell, 29, of the 2900 block of Siwanoy Drive in Edgewood, is one of the custodial parents of 5-year-old, Sanaa Elise Bailey.
ENTERTAINMENT
By RASHOD D. OLLISON | March 23, 2006
When I was in high school (class of '96), the music you dug dictated which clique you fell into. Since grunge was king at the time, sorrowful Kurt Cobain sympathizers abounded. And we're talking about Arkansas, so the country crew - with super-starched rodeo shirts and super-tight Wrangler jeans - was strong. The hip-hop homeboys dressed like West Coast gangsta rappers: chucks, long shirts and low-hanging Dickies. The metal heads were few, but they stood out. The guys wore black fingernail polish; the girls sported combat boots.
FEATURES
By Tim Smith and Tim Smith,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | April 17, 2002
For centuries, people argued about what comes first in opera - the music or the words. In more recent times, the argument seems more about whether the staging or the singing comes first. The staging often wins, sad to say; lavish sets and costumes or, more likely, determinedly unorthodox directorial concepts have given the music some very stiff competition. For 15 years, Washington Concert Opera has carved out a respected niche by avoiding even the hint of a prop and putting the total emphasis on the score (and the text, of course)
NEWS
February 5, 1991
More than 600,000 people living in Maryland have no health insurance. Yet as many as half of them earn more than $20,000 -- enough to afford a low-cost medical insurance policy -- if one were available. But state lawmakers have so bogged down insurance companies with costly benefit mandates that offering a stripped-down option for these Marylanders is impossible.Even the mere mention of a cheap insurance alternative sends consumer zealots and liberal legislators into a frenzy of protest. They oppose a Blue Cross proposal for low-cost health insurance.
FEATURES
By Marcia Vanderlip and Marcia Vanderlip,Dallas Morning News | April 1, 1992
In the 1850s, suffragists advocated the end of the restrictive corset. In the late 1960s, the bra became a symbol of female bondage, and went up in flames.Then came the 1990s, and Madonna rekindled the issue when she churned across stage in her Jean-Paul Gaultier bustier, defying anyone to see the bra as a symbol of oppression.Today, while some may still call for the overthrow of a lingerie dress-code, designer Donna Karan -- who is launching a line of intimate wear in the fall -- says the renewed popularity of intimate fashion "allows a woman to be free to be a woman."
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