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November 15, 1999
Richard Marius, 66, a scholar of the Reformation, novelist and speech writer who ran the Harvard Expository Writing Program for 16 years, died Nov. 5 at home in Belmont, Mass. The cause was pancreatic cancer, said his wife, Lanier Smythe.Pat McMullen, 54, a former Washington state House Majority Leader and state senator, died Friday in Mount Vernon, Wash., of cancer.Jacob Glick,73, a violist admired for his championship of new music and his performances on the Baroque viola d'amore, died Monday at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center in Bennington.
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By Rashod D. Ollison and Rashod D. Ollison,Sun pop music critic | February 21, 2008
Trying to grow up in front of millions of fans who want you to stay a certain way must be frustrating. But the guys of Linkin Park are trying to play it both ways: Give the fans what they want upfront and then reveal the "deeper" side that's still evolving. On Minutes to Midnight, the rap-metal band's latest album and first release in four years, the group's searing, angst-filled approach has mellowed. Sort of. On it, the band offers more soaring melodies reminiscent of U2 or even Coldplay.
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By Dail Willis and Dail Willis,Ocean City Bureau of The Sun | June 5, 1994
Ocean City--A block off the Boardwalk, at the corner of Philadelphia and Division streets, you can check the weather at a glance.If there's a storm expected, the Coast Guard will be flying a flag to indicate a storm, and its severity. One red pennant is a small-craft advisory; two is a gale. One red flag with a black square in it is a storm. If it's two, better pack your suitcase: That's the Coast Guard signal for a hurricane. No flags? No storms in sight.The flags are a tactile reminder of the Coast Guard's main concern: safe boating in Ocean City's waterways.
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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,SUN RESTAURANT CRITIC | October 1, 2006
Food: 3 1/2 stars Service: 3 stars Atmosphere: 3 stars If you've had your fill of small plates, spa cuisine and offbeat fusion dishes, your next meal out should be at Cynthia's in Severna Park. There chef/owner Brian Bennington and his talented pastry chef -- co-owner and wife Cindy Bennington -- are proving there is still room for grandeur in the kitchen. Nothing against Ledo's Pizza, the Dress Barn, and the many other tenants of the Park Plaza shopping center; but this enjoyable restaurant deserves to be somewhere a little more elegant.
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September 18, 2005
On September 16, 2005, JEAN, beloved wife of the late John F. Forrester, Sr., loving mother of John F. Forrester, Jr. and his wife Kathleen, loving grandmother of Kimberly and John, III. Devoted sister of Mabel Haney, Eugene Shiflett, the late Viola Lawson and the late half-brother Everett Bennington Family will receive friends at the family owned and operated Mc CULLY-POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 237 E. Patapsco Avenue (Brooklyn) on Monday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where funeral services on Tuesday at 10 A.M. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
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By Rashod D. Ollison and Rashod D. Ollison,Sun pop music critic | February 21, 2008
Trying to grow up in front of millions of fans who want you to stay a certain way must be frustrating. But the guys of Linkin Park are trying to play it both ways: Give the fans what they want upfront and then reveal the "deeper" side that's still evolving. On Minutes to Midnight, the rap-metal band's latest album and first release in four years, the group's searing, angst-filled approach has mellowed. Sort of. On it, the band offers more soaring melodies reminiscent of U2 or even Coldplay.
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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,SUN RESTAURANT CRITIC | October 1, 2006
Food: 3 1/2 stars Service: 3 stars Atmosphere: 3 stars If you've had your fill of small plates, spa cuisine and offbeat fusion dishes, your next meal out should be at Cynthia's in Severna Park. There chef/owner Brian Bennington and his talented pastry chef -- co-owner and wife Cindy Bennington -- are proving there is still room for grandeur in the kitchen. Nothing against Ledo's Pizza, the Dress Barn, and the many other tenants of the Park Plaza shopping center; but this enjoyable restaurant deserves to be somewhere a little more elegant.
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By Dail Willis and Dail Willis,SUN STAFF | December 31, 1997
Thirteen-year-old Steven Bennington was enjoying a Christmas vacation benefit: staying up late to watch television. But just before 2 a.m. yesterday, he smelled smoke, so the Holabird Middle School eighth-grader tore himself away from the movie "Glimmer Man" and went downstairs to investigate.His late-night inquisitiveness saved his family, including two dogs. Most of their two-story rowhouse in the 7400 block of Lansdale Road near Essex was ablaze."The whole living room was up in flames -- it was moving so fast," Steven said yesterday afternoon.
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By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,Sun Staff Writer | July 5, 1994
BENNINGTON, Vt. -- Getting started was easy for Elizabeth Coleman back in 1961 when, equipped with a brand new Ph.D. in English literature, she took a job at the State University of New York, at Stony Brook."
NEWS
December 15, 1998
Norman Fell,74, who played the irritable landlord Stanley Roper on the 1970s television sitcom "Three's Company" and in the spin-off series "The Ropers," died yesterday of cancer.The Philadelphia native died at the Motion Picture and Television's retirement home in Woodland Hills, a Los Angeles ,, suburb, said Stan Schneider, his longtime business manager.Among Mr. Fell's credits were the films "The Graduate" and "Catch-22" and TV series including Burt Reynolds' 1970-75 detective drama "Dan August."
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September 18, 2005
On September 16, 2005, JEAN, beloved wife of the late John F. Forrester, Sr., loving mother of John F. Forrester, Jr. and his wife Kathleen, loving grandmother of Kimberly and John, III. Devoted sister of Mabel Haney, Eugene Shiflett, the late Viola Lawson and the late half-brother Everett Bennington Family will receive friends at the family owned and operated Mc CULLY-POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 237 E. Patapsco Avenue (Brooklyn) on Monday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where funeral services on Tuesday at 10 A.M. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
NEWS
November 15, 1999
Richard Marius, 66, a scholar of the Reformation, novelist and speech writer who ran the Harvard Expository Writing Program for 16 years, died Nov. 5 at home in Belmont, Mass. The cause was pancreatic cancer, said his wife, Lanier Smythe.Pat McMullen, 54, a former Washington state House Majority Leader and state senator, died Friday in Mount Vernon, Wash., of cancer.Jacob Glick,73, a violist admired for his championship of new music and his performances on the Baroque viola d'amore, died Monday at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center in Bennington.
NEWS
December 15, 1998
Norman Fell,74, who played the irritable landlord Stanley Roper on the 1970s television sitcom "Three's Company" and in the spin-off series "The Ropers," died yesterday of cancer.The Philadelphia native died at the Motion Picture and Television's retirement home in Woodland Hills, a Los Angeles ,, suburb, said Stan Schneider, his longtime business manager.Among Mr. Fell's credits were the films "The Graduate" and "Catch-22" and TV series including Burt Reynolds' 1970-75 detective drama "Dan August."
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By Dail Willis and Dail Willis,SUN STAFF | December 31, 1997
Thirteen-year-old Steven Bennington was enjoying a Christmas vacation benefit: staying up late to watch television. But just before 2 a.m. yesterday, he smelled smoke, so the Holabird Middle School eighth-grader tore himself away from the movie "Glimmer Man" and went downstairs to investigate.His late-night inquisitiveness saved his family, including two dogs. Most of their two-story rowhouse in the 7400 block of Lansdale Road near Essex was ablaze."The whole living room was up in flames -- it was moving so fast," Steven said yesterday afternoon.
NEWS
By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,Sun Staff Writer | July 5, 1994
BENNINGTON, Vt. -- Getting started was easy for Elizabeth Coleman back in 1961 when, equipped with a brand new Ph.D. in English literature, she took a job at the State University of New York, at Stony Brook."
NEWS
By Dail Willis and Dail Willis,Ocean City Bureau of The Sun | June 5, 1994
Ocean City--A block off the Boardwalk, at the corner of Philadelphia and Division streets, you can check the weather at a glance.If there's a storm expected, the Coast Guard will be flying a flag to indicate a storm, and its severity. One red pennant is a small-craft advisory; two is a gale. One red flag with a black square in it is a storm. If it's two, better pack your suitcase: That's the Coast Guard signal for a hurricane. No flags? No storms in sight.The flags are a tactile reminder of the Coast Guard's main concern: safe boating in Ocean City's waterways.
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By Sherrie Ruhl and Sherrie Ruhl,Staff Writer | August 16, 1992
For most people, the one-room school house with the coal stove is part of Harford County's romantic past. For Violet Merryman, who had to stoke that stove on Sundays to get it warm in time for her students on Monday, that romance is tinged with memories of cold winters and a drafty classroom.But it is still the stuff legends are made of. Fifty years ago, Mrs. Merryman, then Miss Davis, began her career in the Harford County school system. Since her stint in the one-room school at Chrome Hill in Rocks, she has been a principal, a supervisor of other teachers and most recently, a member of the school board.
NEWS
December 4, 1996
Police logPasadena: Someone forced open the side door of a garage in the 7800 block of Catherine Ave. overnight Sunday and stole four saws, an impact wrench and an air ratchet, all valued at $420.Pasadena: Someone broke into a home under construction in the 900 block of 11th St. overnight Saturday and stole an electric range, range hood and electric lights, all valued at $780.Pasadena: Someone broke into a home under construction in the 4000 block of Bennington Way over Thanksgiving weekend and stole a $1,500 gas furnace.
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By Sherrie Ruhl and Sherrie Ruhl,Staff Writer | August 16, 1992
For most people, the one-room school house with the coal stove is part of Harford County's romantic past. For Violet Merryman, who had to stoke that stove on Sundays to get it warm in time for her students on Monday, that romance is tinged with memories of cold winters and a drafty classroom.But it is still the stuff legends are made of. Fifty years ago, Mrs. Merryman, then Miss Davis, began her career in the Harford County school system. Since her stint in the one-room school at Chrome Hill in Rocks, she has been a principal, a supervisor of other teachers and most recently, a member of the school board.
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