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February 13, 1995
BaseballBoston Bruins -- Recalled G John Blue from AHL Providence.Buffalo Sabres -- Recalled LW Matthew Barnaby AHL Rochester.
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,Special to The Sun | July 20, 2007
Hello, Dolly! was a big hit on Broadway in the 1960s, shedding its light on the Great White Way alongside the likes of Mame, Funny Girl and Fiddler on the Roof. But while the latter three get trotted out regularly by theater companies, Dolly's appearances are less frequent. Jerry Herman's musical score, after all, is more modest than the others, and the show's dramatics less riveting. But the story of Dolly Levi, the irrepressible matchmaker who overcomes loneliness and loss to take New York by storm, is a charmer.
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October 20, 1996
Football Saints: Activated TE Tony Johnson from practice squad. Waived G Don Willis. Hockey Sabres: Signed RW Matthew Barnaby to three-year contract. Senators: Placed D Sean Hill and D Stan Neckar on IR. Pub Date: 10/20/96
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By Ellen Uzelac and Ellen Uzelac,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 27, 2004
Three days into their low-carb diet, Carolyn Beachy made her husband, Sam, a gorgeous meal: grilled salmon with beurre blanc accented with ginger and soy; a tossed salad and mashed something. "He looked at it. He looked at me. He knew something was up. He tasted it and said, `This is pretty good,' " recalls Beachy, a Chestertown floral designer and instructor. "And I was like: `Thank God.' " The mystery guest that showed up on Sam Beachy's dinner plate was cauliflower, which is reaching almost iconic status in low-carbing circles.
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By Sandra Crockett and Sandra Crockett,Staff Writer | August 22, 1992
He was loud, obnoxious, rude and drunk.A weasel-looking creep who obviously relished spoiling everybody else's good time. You know, the type you just want to murder!Oops, somebody did.Baltimorean and billionaire entrepreneur William Barnaby was bumped off during an otherwise idyllic train ride through scenic Western Maryland.Well, not really. It was all part of a make-believe murder whodunit.And who did do the dirty deed? Was it Candy Barnaby? His young, flashy, floozy, fishnet-stockinged wife?
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | April 3, 2004
From the Beat Generation's On the Road to MTV's Road Rules today, it is hard to think of a narrative more basic to American popular culture than the road trip. East to West, ocean to ocean, across the great expanse, it seems as if each generation comes of age using the road trip to test itself - re-enacting in microcosm our national experience of taming the frontier. Coast to Coast, a new Showtime movie starring Judy Davis and Richard Dreyfuss, takes that fundamental storyline and adapts it for an older generation facing a different kind of life passage - a middle-aged couple apparently headed for divorce.
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By Ellen Uzelac and Ellen Uzelac,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 27, 2004
Three days into their low-carb diet, Carolyn Beachy made her husband, Sam, a gorgeous meal: grilled salmon with beurre blanc accented with ginger and soy; a tossed salad and mashed something. "He looked at it. He looked at me. He knew something was up. He tasted it and said, `This is pretty good,' " recalls Beachy, a Chestertown floral designer and instructor. "And I was like: `Thank God.' " The mystery guest that showed up on Sam Beachy's dinner plate was cauliflower, which is reaching almost iconic status in low-carbing circles.
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By Dorothea Straus and Dorothea Straus,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 12, 1998
"A Patchwork Planet," by Anne Tyler. Knopf. 285 pages.The preoccupation of Anne Tyler's new novel is, once again, the misfit in society. However, her protagonists have never been the clinical, dysfunctional, often criminal figures familiar to much of contemporary literature. Rather, they are well-meaning originals who learn from the bruises they incur through their childlike, unguarded exposure to life. In her apparently lightweight satires, Tyler, a classic in her own day, proves that humor may be the better part of wisdom.
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November 19, 1995
John W. Barnaby, 89, Baltimore doctorDr. John W. Barnaby, who retired in 1984 as a general practitioner who had been a general surgeon, died Wednesday of pneumonia at Roland Park Place.Dr. Barnaby, 89, had moved from Guilford to Roland Park Place 11 years ago when he retired after 50 years of practice.He had been active on many committees at Maryland General Hospital and had practiced at Church Home and Hospital, as well as at the Wesley Home.A native of Cecil County, he was a 1924 graduate of the George Biddle High School in Cecilton.
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,Special to The Sun | July 20, 2007
Hello, Dolly! was a big hit on Broadway in the 1960s, shedding its light on the Great White Way alongside the likes of Mame, Funny Girl and Fiddler on the Roof. But while the latter three get trotted out regularly by theater companies, Dolly's appearances are less frequent. Jerry Herman's musical score, after all, is more modest than the others, and the show's dramatics less riveting. But the story of Dolly Levi, the irrepressible matchmaker who overcomes loneliness and loss to take New York by storm, is a charmer.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | April 3, 2004
From the Beat Generation's On the Road to MTV's Road Rules today, it is hard to think of a narrative more basic to American popular culture than the road trip. East to West, ocean to ocean, across the great expanse, it seems as if each generation comes of age using the road trip to test itself - re-enacting in microcosm our national experience of taming the frontier. Coast to Coast, a new Showtime movie starring Judy Davis and Richard Dreyfuss, takes that fundamental storyline and adapts it for an older generation facing a different kind of life passage - a middle-aged couple apparently headed for divorce.
TRAVEL
By Special to the Sun | March 31, 2002
A MEMORABLE PLACE The unexpected Wales By Barnaby Wickham SPECIAL TO THE SUN This day, like the first three of our vacation in north-central Wales, was packed with plans derived from travel books. We had to get from here to there so we could do this, this and that. Needless to say, two flat tires weren't part of the itinerary. Leaving early in the morning from our B&B in Bala on our way to Mallwyd, we had been driving for an hour and had passed a thousand sheep and a total of two cars.
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By Dorothea Straus and Dorothea Straus,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 12, 1998
"A Patchwork Planet," by Anne Tyler. Knopf. 285 pages.The preoccupation of Anne Tyler's new novel is, once again, the misfit in society. However, her protagonists have never been the clinical, dysfunctional, often criminal figures familiar to much of contemporary literature. Rather, they are well-meaning originals who learn from the bruises they incur through their childlike, unguarded exposure to life. In her apparently lightweight satires, Tyler, a classic in her own day, proves that humor may be the better part of wisdom.
SPORTS
October 20, 1996
Football Saints: Activated TE Tony Johnson from practice squad. Waived G Don Willis. Hockey Sabres: Signed RW Matthew Barnaby to three-year contract. Senators: Placed D Sean Hill and D Stan Neckar on IR. Pub Date: 10/20/96
NEWS
November 19, 1995
John W. Barnaby, 89, Baltimore doctorDr. John W. Barnaby, who retired in 1984 as a general practitioner who had been a general surgeon, died Wednesday of pneumonia at Roland Park Place.Dr. Barnaby, 89, had moved from Guilford to Roland Park Place 11 years ago when he retired after 50 years of practice.He had been active on many committees at Maryland General Hospital and had practiced at Church Home and Hospital, as well as at the Wesley Home.A native of Cecil County, he was a 1924 graduate of the George Biddle High School in Cecilton.
SPORTS
February 13, 1995
BaseballBoston Bruins -- Recalled G John Blue from AHL Providence.Buffalo Sabres -- Recalled LW Matthew Barnaby AHL Rochester.
TRAVEL
By Special to the Sun | March 31, 2002
A MEMORABLE PLACE The unexpected Wales By Barnaby Wickham SPECIAL TO THE SUN This day, like the first three of our vacation in north-central Wales, was packed with plans derived from travel books. We had to get from here to there so we could do this, this and that. Needless to say, two flat tires weren't part of the itinerary. Leaving early in the morning from our B&B in Bala on our way to Mallwyd, we had been driving for an hour and had passed a thousand sheep and a total of two cars.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | September 18, 1993
NORFOLK, Va. -- Todd Krygier scored two goals, including the eventual game-winner at 17:12 of the third period, and the Capitals defeated the Buffalo Sabres, 3-2, in Washington's preseason opener last night before 6,888 at The Scope.Washington had a 3-on-2 when Krygier, coming down the right side, took a pass from Keith Jones and blasted it past Dominik Hasek from about 20 feet to make it 3-1.Eleven seconds later, the Sabres' Matthew Barnaby scored, but Buffalo couldn't get the equalizer.
FEATURES
By Sandra Crockett and Sandra Crockett,Staff Writer | August 22, 1992
He was loud, obnoxious, rude and drunk.A weasel-looking creep who obviously relished spoiling everybody else's good time. You know, the type you just want to murder!Oops, somebody did.Baltimorean and billionaire entrepreneur William Barnaby was bumped off during an otherwise idyllic train ride through scenic Western Maryland.Well, not really. It was all part of a make-believe murder whodunit.And who did do the dirty deed? Was it Candy Barnaby? His young, flashy, floozy, fishnet-stockinged wife?
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