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October 15, 1998
Volunteers from Maryland's 23 counties and Baltimore will be honored as the state's "Most Beautiful People" at 7 p.m. Oct. 28 in the Francis Scott Key Auditorium, at St. John's College in Annapolis.The Rev. Sharon Smith will be mistress of ceremonies at the annual event sponsored by the state's "Maryland, You Are Beautiful" program.Panels of local judges choose the volunteers.Information and free tickets: 410-767-6332.Pub Date: 10/15/98
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Letter to The Aegis | October 15, 2013
On Oct. 3, Harford County Government recognized this year's 35 nominees for the 27th annual Harford's Most Beautiful People. Through their volunteer work they have touched the lives of many people living in and around Harford County and their stories should be an inspiration to everyone. We are proud to announce Erik Sauer as Harford's Most Beautiful Person for 2013. Erik, a leukemia survivor, was diagnosed just before the birth of his second son and was admitted to Johns Hopkins for a treatment which included chemotherapy and ultimately a bone marrow transplant.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Hal Boedeker and Hal Boedeker,ORLANDO SENTINEL | August 7, 2005
The drama Beautiful People certainly delivers on its title. It presents marvelous moms, drop-dead daughters, stellar students and comely cads. Most of the beautiful people - or "BPs" - attend a prestigious New York high school. Gideon, an endearing geek, explains the importance of the "BP" title. "It's just much easier to loathe something when it has a name," he says. It would be easy to loathe Beautiful People, a family drama that debuts at 9 p.m. tomorrow on the ABC Family cable channel.
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Aegis report | June 23, 2013
Each year the Harford County Department of Community Services, Volunteer Harford, conducts a search for people who assist those around them. These "Beautiful People" volunteer at an extraordinary level, donating their time and talent to make a difference in Harford County. Harford's Most Beautiful People are honored at a program each year in October, hosted by County Executive David R. Craig. The program is aired on Harford Cable Network in the months following the event. Nominations are being accepted through Aug. 30, for the 27th annual Harford's Most Beautiful People awards.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | October 1, 2003
Carroll County saluted its "most beautiful" people yesterday, all volunteers who have given time and talent to their communities, churches, charities, recreation councils and organizations as varied as the 4-H and the American Cancer Society. Highest honors went to George Woodward, who had received 16 nominations from the staff and clients at Change Inc., an organization that provides support services to disabled adults. Woodward, 58, donated more than 1,500 hours to Change last year, helping severely disabled people with their most basic needs.
NEWS
By Ellie Baublitz and Ellie Baublitz,Sun reporter | October 7, 2007
Barbara Six loves to cook. But she doesn't just cook for her family, which includes four children and eight grandchildren. For 54 years, the Harney resident has been cooking for the Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary Post 6918, the Harney Volunteer Fire Company auxiliary, the Harney Lions Club and St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church of Harney. "I do a lot of baking - pies are at the top of my list," she said. "Apple is my specialty, and egg custard, but any kind." When she's not cooking, she might be found visiting a sick church member or friend in a nursing home, or making sure there are altar flowers for the church every Sunday.
NEWS
By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | January 20, 2002
Red Maple isn't a restaurant, but it's probably the most intriguing place I'll have dinner this month. Intriguing is a funny word. It may not be what you want in an eating place. First of all, even though the food is very good, it's impossible not to talk about Red Maple's design first. The only sign outside -- at least for the time being -- is a small stylized logo of a red maple tree on the glass front door. Inside is a striking, almost theatrical space: multilevel New York Industrial with an Asian sensibility.
FEATURES
By Sandra Crockett and Sandra Crockett,SUN STAFF | November 15, 2000
Sometimes that old adage about walking in someone's shoes is more than just a tired, old phrase. Sometimes it's true. Saundra "Sandy" Cohen has "walked in shoes" we all hope to avoid. Cohen is a two-time cancer survivor. Yet, instead of putting those experiences totally behind her, she dwells in them in order to help others. Cohen, a volunteer at Sinai Hospital, does that by spending a vast amount of her free time comforting cancer patients. She visits hospitalized patients two days a week.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | September 28, 2004
Donald Champ was in his RV yesterday, en route to a reunion in Missouri and apparently unaware that he had been chosen to represent Carroll County in the 2004 Maryland's Most Beautiful People awards. His pastor, who nominated him, said Champ might be on a pleasure trip but he will invariably find volunteer opportunities on the road. "We couldn't tell him that he had won, and he had made a commitment to the reunion," said the Rev. Richard McCullough, pastor of Wesley Freedom United Methodist Church in Eldersburg.
SPORTS
May 26, 2002
It's a fact Bernie Williams of the Yankees was named one of People magazine's 50 most beautiful people. Milestone Pedro Martinez struck out the side on 9 pitches May 18, the first Red Sox pitcher to do so and 35th in history. The number 3,507: number of strikeouts Randy Johnson has, ninth all-time, two behind Walter Johnson.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | March 18, 2013
Dmitri Hvorostovsky, the Russian baritone who will give a recital for the Washington Performing Arts Society at the Kennedy Center Wednesday night, has one of the finest voices of our time. He doesn't mind saying so himself. “It is still a perfect instrument,” the 50-year-old Hvorostovsky said from New York, where he recently wrapped up well-received performances as Rodrigo in Verdi's epic “Don Carlo” at the Metropolitan Opera. “Of course the color has changed, but I've managed to keep it fresh.
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Baltimore Sun staff report | December 30, 2011
All of the beautiful (and rich and famous) people must vacation in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Baltimore's own Stacy Keibler and beau George Clooney are there, and they brought Keibler's good friend Torrie Wilson and her new boyfriend, Alex Rodrigez, according to deadspin.com . Wilson, who reportedly befriended Keibler during their professional wrestling days, and A-Rod, the Yankees' star slugger, were together over Christmas, according to...
SPORTS
Chris Kaltenbach, Baltimore Sun | April 21, 2011
"When Beautiful People Do Ugly Things," a short film produced and co-written by Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs, will be shown during next month's Cannes Film Festival. The film, parts of which were shot at Pazo in Harbor East last month, follows 24 hours in the life of the two main characters, Bishop (Quincy Smith) and T.J. (Kari Nicolle). After dating for five years, and in spite of considerable skepticism from their friends, the two are finally getting married. "When Beautiful People Do Ugly Things" chronicles the 12 hours both before and after their wedding ceremony.
NEWS
By Scott Calvert and Scott Calvert,scott.calvert@baltsun.com | July 26, 2009
It was a classic Sister Katherine moment. She was standing on a forlorn stretch of West Pratt Street when three people shuffling past stopped to inquire about the nearly finished building behind her. Eagerly, almost thankfully, she engaged them. Soon, she said, it will be a place where drug addicts can talk about their demons or just duck out of the chaotic streets for a while. Soon it will be evident why the glass-fronted building is called an Island of Hope. "It'll be a beautiful spot for beautiful people," said Katherine Nueslein, a gray-haired veteran of the Sisters of Mercy religious order.
SPORTS
By KEVIN ECK | September 13, 2008
TNA doesn't seem to grasp the concept of less is more. The Beautiful People got so much time on Thursday night's show that by their final segment, I really didn't care to see them anymore. It didn't help that they weren't given the greatest material to work with or that The Prince Justice Brotherhood was in all of the segments. Sometimes attempts at silly, sophomoric humor can be funny, but the beauty pageant skits just didn't do it for me. (For more, go to baltimoresun.com/ringposts)
NEWS
By Ellie Baublitz and Ellie Baublitz,Sun reporter | October 7, 2007
Barbara Six loves to cook. But she doesn't just cook for her family, which includes four children and eight grandchildren. For 54 years, the Harney resident has been cooking for the Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary Post 6918, the Harney Volunteer Fire Company auxiliary, the Harney Lions Club and St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church of Harney. "I do a lot of baking - pies are at the top of my list," she said. "Apple is my specialty, and egg custard, but any kind." When she's not cooking, she might be found visiting a sick church member or friend in a nursing home, or making sure there are altar flowers for the church every Sunday.
NEWS
August 11, 1991
County Executive Robert R. Neall is asking for nominations for the county's "Most Beautiful People" -- extraordinary people who volunteertheir time and talents for others.The contest is an opportunity to thank a special volunteer who goes beyond the call of duty, demonstrating unselfish dedication, compassion and virtues.Nominees should be unsung heroes whose acts of good will go unnoticed and who serve their communities as volunteers, not as part of their jobs.The program is sponsored in conjunction with Gov. William D. Schaefer's "Maryland You Are Beautiful" campaign.
FEATURES
By TANIKA WHITE and TANIKA WHITE,SUN REPORTER | December 13, 2005
Empowering news for all you lonely hearts out there looking for love and coming up empty: You can tell your "take-responsibility" therapists they've been wrong all along. It's really not you; it's them. The pool of potential mates is full of homely folks, people. That's why you can't find anyone to date. It's true! At least it is, it seems, if you're in the Maryland area, where a "Beauty Index" compiled by an online dating site found that people in the Old Line state are just not cute.
FEATURES
By TANIKA WHITE and TANIKA WHITE,SUN REPORTER | December 13, 2005
Empowering news for all you lonely hearts out there looking for love and coming up empty: You can tell your "take-responsibility" therapists they've been wrong all along. It's really not you; it's them. The pool of potential mates is full of homely folks, people. That's why you can't find anyone to date. It's true! At least it is, it seems, if you're in the Maryland area, where a "Beauty Index" compiled by an online dating site found that people in the Old Line state are just not cute.
NEWS
By ELLIE BAUBLITZ and ELLIE BAUBLITZ,SUN REPORTER | October 2, 2005
Virginia Harrison is a believer - especially in human relations and children. She has been chairwoman of the volunteer Carroll County Human Relations Commission since 1992, and volunteers with Carroll Citizens for Racial Equality, the Department of Social Services, United Way, the Local Management Board and the public schools' multicultural committee. "I only do things I truly believe in," she said. "When you truly believe in it, you find time to do it." Those passionate beliefs earned her Carroll County's 2005 Most Beautiful People volunteer award Wednesday out of 82 other nominees.
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