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December 22, 2003
On Saturday, December 20, 2003, BEBE RAE GARFIELD (nee Sachs); loving wife of Raymond Garfield; beloved mother of Iris Hubert, of Owings Mills, MD, Craig Garfield, of Canton, MD and the late Geraldine Ellen Garfield; beloved mother-in-law of Arnold Hubert and Roberta Garfield; beloved sister of the late Jayne Nochumowitz and Anna Leah Herling; loving grandmother of Ira Hubert, Stacy Hubert, Eric Garfield, Lindsay Garfield and Shawn Garfield; loving great-grandmother...
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January 21, 2007
Bebe V. George, a lawyer who founded a bowling league for people of Greek descent, died of lymphoma at the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson on Monday. She was 84. The youngest of five children born to Greek immigrants, she would watch the theatergoers at the old State Theatre from the steps of her family's East Baltimore home. Along with her siblings, she worked at her father's Timonium candy factory in her youth, recalled her sister, Anne G. Kosmides Perentesis of Towson. After graduating from Eastern High School, she worked in real estate for several years before enrolling in classes at the University of Baltimore.
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TRAVEL
By Stephen G. Henderson and Stephen G. Henderson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 22, 2003
Teeth baring. Territory marking. Chain yanking. In the dog-eat-dog world of American politics, these are all required job skills for our nation's elected officials. Yet, lately, there's more fur flying than usual in Washington. At the official White House Web site (www. whitehouse.gov), Spotty, Laura Bush's springer spaniel, gives a pun-filled tour of where he lives. And when Legally Blonde 2 opens at movie theaters July 2, what's the top priority for congressional aide Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon)
NEWS
July 9, 2006
72 Hour Hold Bebe Moore Campbell Alfred A. Knopf / 336 pages / $12.95 A loving mother frantically seeks help for her 18-year old daughter's worsening bipolar disorder. "Stark, incisive and often harrowing," Victoria A. Brownworth wrote last year, "72 Hour Hold brings the trauma of mental illness vividly to life."
NEWS
July 9, 2006
72 Hour Hold Bebe Moore Campbell Alfred A. Knopf / 336 pages / $12.95 A loving mother frantically seeks help for her 18-year old daughter's worsening bipolar disorder. "Stark, incisive and often harrowing," Victoria A. Brownworth wrote last year, "72 Hour Hold brings the trauma of mental illness vividly to life."
FEATURES
By Cassandra Spratling and Cassandra Spratling,Knight Ridder/Tribune | August 30, 1998
"Bebe's By Golly Wow," by Yolanda Joe. Doubleday. 289 pages. $22.95.So the summer's nearly over and you're looking for a quick, romantic and fun escape from the ho-hum of your daily existence. Get under a shade tree, kick your feet up in your favorite lounge chair and meet the characters in Yolanda Joe's "Bebe's By Golly Wow."There's Bebe, a fortysomething single black woman and bank supervisor who's on the lookout for Mr. Right. She meets a tall, sexy, gap-toothed man who's the color of "a perfectly browned steak."
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By BOOTH MOORE and BOOTH MOORE,LOS ANGELES TIMES | December 27, 2005
Among the many symbolic moments in the history of Beverly Hills' Rodeo Drive, this was one for the books: This month, bebe, the women's clothing maker known for $36 rhinestone camisoles, opened a mega store on the former site of Frances Klein Estate Jewels, the elegant boutique where Cary Grant and Frank Sinatra shopped for diamonds and sapphires. It wasn't exactly shocking. For years, Rodeo Drive, the famously intimidating Beverly Hills shopping area, has been steadily and deliberately changing its vibe, welcoming a growing contingent of ordinary shops and even requiring "sensitivity training" for sales clerks at luxury emporiums.
NEWS
By Sara Neufeld and Sara Neufeld,SUN STAFF | May 9, 2004
Bebe Martins doesn't know if she'll be able to bring herself to go to second period tomorrow. Seeing the empty chair beside hers could be too much to bear. Tomorrow, Randallstown High will open its doors to students traumatized by Friday's shooting outside the school. Officials say they will try to conduct as normal a day as possible. But the day will be anything but normal for Bebe, a 17-year-old junior who is used to sitting next to William Thomas during her business law class and then seeing him again fourth period in African-American history.
FEATURES
By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Film Critic | August 1, 1992
Let's put it this way: "Bebe's Kids" won't make you forget "Who Framed Roger Rabbit." It might even make you consider "Cool World" cool.The animated feature, "inspired" by the works of the late comedian Robin Harris, follows as an animated pudge approximating the shape of Harris finds himself exasperatingly locked into a trip to Funland, a big and very corporate amusement park, with some children who are not his, and not even his new girlfriend's and not...
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By J. L. Conklin and J. L. Conklin,Special to The Sun | March 14, 1994
The three works presented by Bebe Miller and her company Saturday night as part of the Off the Walls Series at the Baltimore Museum of Art were filled with such intelligence and wit that you couldn't help but be enchanted by both the choreographer and her dances.From the other-worldly "Heaven and Earth," a solo for Ms. Miller and an excerpt from a group work to be premiered later this year, the society of women in "Tiny Sisters" or the Latin-flavored romantic duets in "Cantos Gordos," each dance had its own unique flavor and movement dialect.
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By BOOTH MOORE and BOOTH MOORE,LOS ANGELES TIMES | December 27, 2005
Among the many symbolic moments in the history of Beverly Hills' Rodeo Drive, this was one for the books: This month, bebe, the women's clothing maker known for $36 rhinestone camisoles, opened a mega store on the former site of Frances Klein Estate Jewels, the elegant boutique where Cary Grant and Frank Sinatra shopped for diamonds and sapphires. It wasn't exactly shocking. For years, Rodeo Drive, the famously intimidating Beverly Hills shopping area, has been steadily and deliberately changing its vibe, welcoming a growing contingent of ordinary shops and even requiring "sensitivity training" for sales clerks at luxury emporiums.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Victoria A. Brownworth and Victoria A. Brownworth,Special to the Sun | July 10, 2005
Novel 72 Hour Hold By Bebe Moore Campbell. Knopf. 336 pages. Tom Cruise has been railing against psychiatry recently, attacking fellow actor Brooke Shields for taking anti-depressants during a bout of post-partum depression so severe she contemplated killing both herself and her baby daughter. Psychiatry is a hoax, Cruise asserts, and all anyone needs to cure depression are diet, exercise and vitamins. Keri Whitmore, narrator of Bebe Moore Campbell's explosive new novel, would likely be less restrained than Shields was in her recent op-ed piece in The New York Times.
NEWS
By Sara Neufeld and Sara Neufeld,SUN STAFF | May 9, 2004
Bebe Martins doesn't know if she'll be able to bring herself to go to second period tomorrow. Seeing the empty chair beside hers could be too much to bear. Tomorrow, Randallstown High will open its doors to students traumatized by Friday's shooting outside the school. Officials say they will try to conduct as normal a day as possible. But the day will be anything but normal for Bebe, a 17-year-old junior who is used to sitting next to William Thomas during her business law class and then seeing him again fourth period in African-American history.
NEWS
December 22, 2003
On Saturday, December 20, 2003, BEBE RAE GARFIELD (nee Sachs); loving wife of Raymond Garfield; beloved mother of Iris Hubert, of Owings Mills, MD, Craig Garfield, of Canton, MD and the late Geraldine Ellen Garfield; beloved mother-in-law of Arnold Hubert and Roberta Garfield; beloved sister of the late Jayne Nochumowitz and Anna Leah Herling; loving grandmother of Ira Hubert, Stacy Hubert, Eric Garfield, Lindsay Garfield and Shawn Garfield; loving great-grandmother...
TRAVEL
By Stephen G. Henderson and Stephen G. Henderson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 22, 2003
Teeth baring. Territory marking. Chain yanking. In the dog-eat-dog world of American politics, these are all required job skills for our nation's elected officials. Yet, lately, there's more fur flying than usual in Washington. At the official White House Web site (www. whitehouse.gov), Spotty, Laura Bush's springer spaniel, gives a pun-filled tour of where he lives. And when Legally Blonde 2 opens at movie theaters July 2, what's the top priority for congressional aide Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon)
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,SUN STAFF | January 12, 2002
A decade after an expansion and glitzy remodeling turned Towson Town Center into one of the area's top regional malls, the center is losing some longtime specialty stores and gaining new ones as the first of the decade-old leases expire. About a dozen stores have left in recent weeks or will close by the end of the month, including the Disney Store, Pottery Barn, Hold Everything, Imaginarium, FAO Schwarz, Bailey Banks & Biddle, Circuit City Express, Lechters, Footaction, Silver Diner, Sbarros and Bentley's Luggage & Gifts.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2001
Mary Helen "Bebe" Cadwalader, a former Evening Sun and Life magazine journalist who, after her professional career, became a prolific free-lancer and wrote on a variety of subjects, died Thursday of a heart attack at her Harford County home. She was 85. Since 1963, Miss Cadwalader had lived at The Mound, her 140-acre farm in Joppa near the Gunpowder River, which dates from the 18th century. She grew grains, managed a herd of Hereford beef cattle, boarded horses, hunted foxes and, in her spare moments, relaxed with the typewriter.
NEWS
January 21, 2007
Bebe V. George, a lawyer who founded a bowling league for people of Greek descent, died of lymphoma at the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson on Monday. She was 84. The youngest of five children born to Greek immigrants, she would watch the theatergoers at the old State Theatre from the steps of her family's East Baltimore home. Along with her siblings, she worked at her father's Timonium candy factory in her youth, recalled her sister, Anne G. Kosmides Perentesis of Towson. After graduating from Eastern High School, she worked in real estate for several years before enrolling in classes at the University of Baltimore.
FEATURES
By Donna M. Owens and Donna M. Owens,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 8, 2001
There's something in the way author Bebe Moore Campbell describes her hideaway on Martha's Vineyard that seems to lift you on a gentle summer breeze and transport you there - at least in spirit. One can almost feel the warm sunlight streaming through cozy cottage windows, hear the gentle wash of a slate blue ocean, sense the tranquillity. "I started coming here when I was about 17," says the 51-year-old writer, speaking by telephone from the popular vacation retreat in Massachusetts. "It's very beautiful, very peaceful."
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2001
Mary Helen "Bebe" Cadwalader, a former Evening Sun and Life magazine journalist who, after her professional career, became a prolific free-lancer and wrote on a variety of subjects, died Thursday of a heart attack at her Harford County home. She was 85. Since 1963, Miss Cadwalader had lived at The Mound, her 140-acre farm in Joppa near the Gunpowder River, which dates from the 18th century. She grew grains, managed a herd of Hereford beef cattle, boarded horses, hunted foxes and, in her spare moments, relaxed with the typewriter.
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