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By Tanika White and Tanika White,SUN STAFF | May 15, 2005
In the world of fashion, "trendy" is sometimes seen as a bad word. But trendy doesn't have to mean without taste. And particularly with handbags -- one of the season's biggest trends -- it also doesn't have to mean "strictly of the moment." Handbags, like good jewelry, can be lifelong pieces that can be re-used season after season, year after year. They can go from day to evening, and from the office to a night out with the girls. "They can really make an outfit," says Patty Handschiegel, publisher of StyleDiary.
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By Catherine Mallette, The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2013
In the middle of spin class this morning, I went into a bit of a panic. I still had a big bag of Swish chard, a big bag of mixed lettuces and a half a bag of spinach left in the fridge. And the next pick-up was just two days away! I decided to tackle the Swiss chard despite the fact that when I mentioned it the other day to a bunch of people who love vegetables, they immediately said something to the effect of "ick. " I found a recipe -- again from Everyday Food (my index was still sitting on the kitchen counter and it seemed the fastest thing to do)
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FEATURES
By DAVE BARRY | November 20, 1994
I was at an airport, reading a newspaper, when the World's Three Most Boring People sat down next to me and started talking as loud as they could without amplifiers. They were so boring I took notes on their conversation. Here's an actual excerpt:First person (pointing to a big bag): That's a big bag.Second person: That is a big bag.First person: You can hold a lot in a bag like that.Third person: Francine has a big bag like that.First person: Francine does? Like that?Third person: Yes. It holds everything.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Catherine Mallette, The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2013
Well, the quinoa salad was a hit at the garden party. I think. At least the bowl ended up empty, which is great because my refrigerator is stuffed with greens and with leftovers. One thing I realized today: I can keep up with making a dish every day (maybe) but usually there are also leftovers, too. My husband was heading out the door to work out today and mentioned that he might "grab something for lunch" and I told him that really, that might not be okay today -- or for the rest of the summer.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Catherine Mallette, The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2013
In the middle of spin class this morning, I went into a bit of a panic. I still had a big bag of Swish chard, a big bag of mixed lettuces and a half a bag of spinach left in the fridge. And the next pick-up was just two days away! I decided to tackle the Swiss chard despite the fact that when I mentioned it the other day to a bunch of people who love vegetables, they immediately said something to the effect of "ick. " I found a recipe -- again from Everyday Food (my index was still sitting on the kitchen counter and it seemed the fastest thing to do)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Catherine Mallette, The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2013
Well, the quinoa salad was a hit at the garden party. I think. At least the bowl ended up empty, which is great because my refrigerator is stuffed with greens and with leftovers. One thing I realized today: I can keep up with making a dish every day (maybe) but usually there are also leftovers, too. My husband was heading out the door to work out today and mentioned that he might "grab something for lunch" and I told him that really, that might not be okay today -- or for the rest of the summer.
FEATURES
By Vida Roberts and Vida Roberts,Staff Writer | September 4, 1993
There is peer fashion pressure exerted on teen-agers, but the solid stamp of fashion credibility comes from magazines aimed at the youth market. The editorial staffs are young, hip and a generation removed from parents. After all, these are the voices that field questions about sex, skin eruptions and celebrity heart throbs. The magazines tap young correspondents on regional trends. Here, some of the editors gauge this fall's school dress direction.* Andrea Linett, associate fashion and beauty editor at Sassy magazine, zeros in on pieces to make fall's look complete.
NEWS
By ASHLIE BAYLOR | April 1, 2007
Spring is here, and any seasonal-savvy fashionista knows that oversized handbags are the best accessory for spring, as they allow necessities such as umbrellas, ponchos, windbreakers, sunglasses and even emergency ballet flats to be concealed within their seams. But don't just settle for one of those boring canvas totes. Susej Designs of Washington offers handbags with beautiful designs that are hand-painted on embroidered, rich, recycled leather by Dionne Green, owner and creator of Susej (which is Jesus spelled backward)
SPORTS
By LONNY WEAVER | July 25, 1993
Ross Vickers won $4,200 with his first place 246-pound big-eye tuna at last weekend's sixth annual Ocean City Tuna Tournament. Vickers was fishing aboard Capt. Mark Babiarz's Nasty Habit II. The world record big-eye was caught off of Ocean City by Cecil Brown back in 1977. Brown's fish weighed a staggering 375 pounds.Joe O'Boyle's MoJo took first place for total pounds of tuna caught when the boat's three fish weighed in at 210 pounds. The typical tuna hits the scales at between 30 and 50 pounds, to add some perspective to the tournament winners.
FEATURES
By Karol V. Menzie and Randy Johnson | August 7, 1993
One of the more annoying aspects of most renovation projects is that a solution to an old problem often creates a new problem. In many cases, the new problem involves getting rid of debris left over from a repair or change. That's the case for a Baltimore reader who wants to know how to get rid of an old oil-storage tank."I switched over to natural gas," he writes, "and I would like to drain my [oil] tank and remove it from my basement by myself. I'm concerned about a fire hazard if I leave it or, while removing it. I must cut it in sections to get it out of my basement."
NEWS
By ASHLIE BAYLOR | April 1, 2007
Spring is here, and any seasonal-savvy fashionista knows that oversized handbags are the best accessory for spring, as they allow necessities such as umbrellas, ponchos, windbreakers, sunglasses and even emergency ballet flats to be concealed within their seams. But don't just settle for one of those boring canvas totes. Susej Designs of Washington offers handbags with beautiful designs that are hand-painted on embroidered, rich, recycled leather by Dionne Green, owner and creator of Susej (which is Jesus spelled backward)
NEWS
By Tanika White and Tanika White,SUN STAFF | May 15, 2005
In the world of fashion, "trendy" is sometimes seen as a bad word. But trendy doesn't have to mean without taste. And particularly with handbags -- one of the season's biggest trends -- it also doesn't have to mean "strictly of the moment." Handbags, like good jewelry, can be lifelong pieces that can be re-used season after season, year after year. They can go from day to evening, and from the office to a night out with the girls. "They can really make an outfit," says Patty Handschiegel, publisher of StyleDiary.
FEATURES
By DAVE BARRY | November 20, 1994
I was at an airport, reading a newspaper, when the World's Three Most Boring People sat down next to me and started talking as loud as they could without amplifiers. They were so boring I took notes on their conversation. Here's an actual excerpt:First person (pointing to a big bag): That's a big bag.Second person: That is a big bag.First person: You can hold a lot in a bag like that.Third person: Francine has a big bag like that.First person: Francine does? Like that?Third person: Yes. It holds everything.
FEATURES
By Vida Roberts and Vida Roberts,Staff Writer | September 4, 1993
There is peer fashion pressure exerted on teen-agers, but the solid stamp of fashion credibility comes from magazines aimed at the youth market. The editorial staffs are young, hip and a generation removed from parents. After all, these are the voices that field questions about sex, skin eruptions and celebrity heart throbs. The magazines tap young correspondents on regional trends. Here, some of the editors gauge this fall's school dress direction.* Andrea Linett, associate fashion and beauty editor at Sassy magazine, zeros in on pieces to make fall's look complete.
SPORTS
By LONNY WEAVER | July 25, 1993
Outdoor showsThe third annual Call Of The Wild Sportsman's Benefit Show is Aug. 14-15 at the Frederick Fairgrounds. The show features just about all there is to enjoy the outdoors, including loads of seminars such as Tom Flemming on bowhunting, Jim Gilford on fly fishing, Ken Penrod on the Potomac and more. To get there take Exit 56 off of U.S. 70.
BUSINESS
By STACEY HIRSH and STACEY HIRSH,SUN REPORTER | November 23, 2005
While most other big cities put national potato chip retailer Lay's at the top of their favorite list, Baltimoreans remain loyal to their regional brand. Utz leads locally with $28 million in supermarket sales in the Baltimore-Washington area, leaving Lay's in second place with $11 million, according to a Chicago company that studies food trends. Utz, produced in Hanover, Pa., is among such local favorites as Esskay bacon and Berger Cookies. And in this region, the chip has long been able to outsell Lay's potato chips, the national brand of behemoth Frito-Lay Inc. Lay's has successfully dominated the chip market in other cities throughout the country.
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