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December 8, 2005
Downloaded singles 1.When I'm Gone (explicit), Eminem 2.All I Want for Christmas Is You, Mariah Carey 3.Hung Up, Madonna 4.Photograph, Nickelback 5.Laffy Taffy, D4L [ Courtesy iTunes] Downloaded albums 1.Rent (original motion picture soundtrack), Various artists 2.Back to Bedlam (bonus video version), James Blunt 3.Switch, INXS 4.Christmas Songs (iTunes Version), Diana Krall 5.Oral Fixation, Vol. 2, Shakira [ Courtesy iTunes] Video Game Sales 1.SOCOM 3: U.S. Navy SEALs, PS2 2.NBA Live 06, PS2 3.Madden NFL 2006, PS2 4.Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City, PSP 5. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi, PS2 [Yahoo!
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN REPORTER | January 31, 2008
At the end of a particularly spirited night, one in which nearly 90 percent of the more than 60 patrons packed inside the Southside Saloon would puff away hour after hour on cigarettes, owner Stuart Satosky would make it all of about two steps inside his South Baltimore home before the stench would hit his wife, who demanded the immediate removal of his smoke-filled clothes. "I'd have to put them in another room," said Satosky, a nonsmoker who has owned the bar in the 400 block of E. Fort Ave. for eight years.
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By Richard Rayner and Richard Rayner,Los Angeles Times | July 15, 2007
Tom Bedlam By George Hagen Random House / 464 pages / $25.95 George Hagen's second novel opens, memorably, in Victorian London. "It is quite possible that Emily Bedlam was simply a very good woman," Hagen writes, "but to her son, Tom, she appeared insane." This sentence -- lightly rhythmic, gently humorous -- introduces our hero, who accompanies his mother each morning to the hellish porcelain factory where she paints happy faces on figurines. Emily, the embodiment of Christian virtue, smiles at scorn and turns the other cheek when slapped.
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By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,Special to The Sun | September 30, 2007
On a wagon behind the Lineboro Volunteer Fire Department, an electric chair sat empty, waiting for its next victim. A second wagon contained several brightly painted wooden boxes and a clown mannequin. In the garage, skeletons dressed in suits were resting in their coffins. "Most of what we do here is startle scares," said John Krebs, 52. "We try to come up with ways to scare people from a wagon that is a distance away." Krebs was giving a behind-the-scenes tour of the scary items that will be used to create the 14th Bedlam in the Boro Haunted Trail and the House of Horror haunted house.
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By Pat Brodowski and Pat Brodowski,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 4, 2000
SIX BOYS who sang together in church about 50 years ago will return to Hampstead this month to mark St. John's United Methodist Church's bicentennial celebration. The boys were 6 to 10 years old when Evelyn MacIntosh taught them to sing. She was the wife of the Rev. Donald MacIntosh, late pastor of St. John's. In addition to teaching organ and piano to private students, she formed the boys into a sextet. "They were fantastic. They sang in New York City, and all over the East Coast," said Edna Murray, remembering the six. This is the 200-year anniversary of St. John's, and Murray has designed monthly celebrations to educate and entertain the congregation.
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By Richard Rayner and Richard Rayner,Los Angeles Times | July 15, 2007
Tom Bedlam By George Hagen Random House / 464 pages / $25.95 George Hagen's second novel opens, memorably, in Victorian London. "It is quite possible that Emily Bedlam was simply a very good woman," Hagen writes, "but to her son, Tom, she appeared insane." This sentence -- lightly rhythmic, gently humorous -- introduces our hero, who accompanies his mother each morning to the hellish porcelain factory where she paints happy faces on figurines. Emily, the embodiment of Christian virtue, smiles at scorn and turns the other cheek when slapped.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun reporter | November 27, 2006
Johns Hopkins football coach Jim Margraff laughed as he recalled a simpler time. Midway through his collegiate playing career, Margraff had begun to rewrite the passing record book as a Hopkins quarterback, and he pretty much was calling the shots while doing it. Back in the late 1970s, Margraff didn't just run the Blue Jays' offense. For his first two seasons, he ran his own show as the team's primary play-caller. "I remember [former coach] Howdy Myers telling me, `God bless you, Jimmy, and take what [the defense]
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Downloaded singles 1.Bad Day, Daniel Powter 2. Unwritten, Natasha Bedingfield 3.Temperature, Sean Paul 4. Move Along, The All-American Rejects 5.Beep, The Pussycat Dolls [Courtesy iTunes] Downloaded albums 1.Both Sides of the Gun, Ben Harper 2.Underage Thinking, Teddy Geiger 3.Youth, Matisyahu 4.Back to Bedlam (bonus video version), James Blunt 5.How to Save a Life, The Fray [Courtesy iTunes] New Video Game Sales (most ordered at Amazon.com) 1.Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion Collector's Edition, Windows PC 2.Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion (DVD)
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