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By Susanne Trowbridge | June 13, 1993
ALL SUMMER LONG.Bob Greene.Doubleday.387 pages. $23. Bob Greene, the columnist for the Chicago Tribune, is a man fascinated by details. His best columns are like carefully crafted miniatures, examining topics most reporters wouldn't give a second glance, such as a small-town high school's basketball schedule, a Bob Evans restaurant menu, or the names of Amtrak train routes. So perhaps it should come as no surprise that "All Summer Long," his first novel, reads like an extended version of one of his columns.
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By LINELL SMITH and LINELL SMITH,SUN REPORTER | November 18, 2005
Fitness consultant and author Bob Greene, best known as Oprah Winfrey's personal trainer, has spent the past decade converting folks to healthy lifestyles through best-selling books, television appearances and the Internet, which offers his "Get With the Program" 12-week training course. Tomorrow, Greene will talk about how to overcome patterns that cause overeating at a health and fitness expo in Timonium sponsored by The Sun. We figured that the man who helped Winfrey lose 90 pounds and run a marathon would have some good advice for navigating the food perils of the holidays - and beyond.
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By LINELL SMITH and LINELL SMITH,SUN REPORTER | November 18, 2005
Fitness consultant and author Bob Greene, best known as Oprah Winfrey's personal trainer, has spent the past decade converting folks to healthy lifestyles through best-selling books, television appearances and the Internet, which offers his "Get With the Program" 12-week training course. Tomorrow, Greene will talk about how to overcome patterns that cause overeating at a health and fitness expo in Timonium sponsored by The Sun. We figured that the man who helped Winfrey lose 90 pounds and run a marathon would have some good advice for navigating the food perils of the holidays - and beyond.
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By Beth Reinhard and Beth Reinhard,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 5, 1996
It's hard to like a guy who springs out of bed at 4: 30 a.m., never misses a daily workout, and has a hard time remembering the last time he ate fattening food.But Bob Greene, Oprah Winfrey's personal trainer, has become the homecoming king of fitness gurus.The book he co-wrote with Oprah, "Making the Connection," is No. 1 on the New York Times best-seller list. At the Towson Town Center yesterday, Greene's appearance for a book signing and mall walk drew a flock of adoring, sweat-suited women clamoring for an autograph, a picture -- even to have him hold their babies.
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By Beth Reinhard and Beth Reinhard,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 5, 1996
It's hard to like a guy who springs out of bed at 4: 30 a.m., never misses a daily workout, and has a hard time remembering the last time he ate fattening food.But Bob Greene, Oprah Winfrey's personal trainer, has become the homecoming king of fitness gurus.The book he co-wrote with Oprah, "Making the Connection," is No. 1 on the New York Times best-seller list. At the Towson Town Center yesterday, Greene's appearance for a book signing and mall walk drew a flock of adoring, sweat-suited women clamoring for an autograph, a picture -- even to have him hold their babies.
SPORTS
By Sam Davis | November 24, 1991
When Milford Mill High football coach Bob Greene told reporters that his team could beat Wilde Lake because the Wildecats weren't aggressive, some thought Greene had come up with a new version of his run-and-shoot offense -- run your mouth and shoot yourself in the foot.But there was a method to Greene's madness. The first-year coach knew his Millers were no physical match for the second-ranked Wildecats in yesterday's state Class 1A semifinal, so he tried to use psychology on the Wildecats.
NEWS
By Gary Lambrecht | November 27, 1991
I keep waiting for Bob Greene to wink.You remember Bob Greene. Rookie head football coach from Milford Mill High School. Good strategist, great talker. Excellent motivator, even if he sometimes assists his opponents.As his players walked slowly toward the team bus Saturday at Wilde Lake -- the taste of a 42-0 trouncing fresh in their mouths, a promising season derailed in the Class 1A semifinals by a Wildecats team that has not lost in two years -- Greene reflected on "the comments."A week before, Greene made some interesting pronouncements, whichseemed on the surface almost made in jest.
SPORTS
By Kevin Eck | October 14, 1991
Milford Mill coach Bob Greene had a simple message for his team before Friday's game against No. 10 Chesapeake of* Brian Van Deusen, Atholton, 18-for-33, 198 yards, 3 TDs.Leading receivers* Mike Graebner, Towson, 8 catches, 122 yards, 0 TDs.* Donald Covington, Milford Mill, 5 catches, 120 yards, 2 TDs.K? * Rob McCandless, Severna Park, 4 catches, 119 yards, 1 TD.Note: Top performances are based on statistics reported to The Sun.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | February 9, 2003
The New Harford Democratic Club re-elected John Haggerty, a former Harford Community College coach from Bel Air, for another one-year term as president. Other officials elected at the meeting Wednesday were retired businessman Art Helton of Darlington, vice president; Jessie Bane, a major in the Sheriff's Office from Fallston, treasurer; and Wendy Sawyer, a mediation lawyer from Edgewood, secretary. The board of directors includes personnel professional Bob Greene of Bel Air; Pat Kohler, a staff member of the Maryland State Teachers Association of Havre de Grace; Mike Hiob of Aberdeen, a sediment inspector; lawyer Charles Wagner of Bel Air; and paint store owner George Harrison of Bel Air. The group also approved plans for a Web site and a fund-raiser May 31 at the Level fire hall.
NEWS
January 11, 2006
HOWARD HLADIK born May 25, 1926; died January 7, 2006. Visitation will be held at the SCHIMUNEK FUNERAL HOME OF BEL AIR INC., 610 W. Mac Phail Rd., Bel Air, MD.(at Rt 24) on Wednesday January 11, from 2 p.m. to 4 P.M. and 7 P.M. to 9 P.M. Funeral services will be held on Thursday January 12, at 1 P.M. at the funeral home, with Rev. Bob Greene of the Mountain Christian Church presiding. Interment will follow at Mountain Christian Cemetery. Flowers are welcome or contributions may be made (c/o Leona Ferne Hladik)
NEWS
By Susanne Trowbridge | June 13, 1993
ALL SUMMER LONG.Bob Greene.Doubleday.387 pages. $23. Bob Greene, the columnist for the Chicago Tribune, is a man fascinated by details. His best columns are like carefully crafted miniatures, examining topics most reporters wouldn't give a second glance, such as a small-town high school's basketball schedule, a Bob Evans restaurant menu, or the names of Amtrak train routes. So perhaps it should come as no surprise that "All Summer Long," his first novel, reads like an extended version of one of his columns.
NEWS
By Gary Lambrecht | November 27, 1991
I keep waiting for Bob Greene to wink.You remember Bob Greene. Rookie head football coach from Milford Mill High School. Good strategist, great talker. Excellent motivator, even if he sometimes assists his opponents.As his players walked slowly toward the team bus Saturday at Wilde Lake -- the taste of a 42-0 trouncing fresh in their mouths, a promising season derailed in the Class 1A semifinals by a Wildecats team that has not lost in two years -- Greene reflected on "the comments."A week before, Greene made some interesting pronouncements, whichseemed on the surface almost made in jest.
SPORTS
By Sam Davis | November 24, 1991
When Milford Mill High football coach Bob Greene told reporters that his team could beat Wilde Lake because the Wildecats weren't aggressive, some thought Greene had come up with a new version of his run-and-shoot offense -- run your mouth and shoot yourself in the foot.But there was a method to Greene's madness. The first-year coach knew his Millers were no physical match for the second-ranked Wildecats in yesterday's state Class 1A semifinal, so he tried to use psychology on the Wildecats.
TOPIC
By Ernest F. Imhoff | December 12, 1999
THE WOODS are so deep.After a search of almost three years, a broken Learjet airplane was found last month in the forests of Dor-chester, N.H., the remains of its two pilots strapped in their seats nearby.I had looked for the plane in the woods on three separate occasions of bushwhacking off trails. Thousands of other volunteers had scoured the hills for thousands of hours in the most extensive search in New Hampshire history.Two experienced commercial pilots from Connecticut -- Patrick Hayes, 30, of Clinton and Johan Schwartz, 31, of Westport -- had flown from Bridgeport on Christmas Eve morning in 1996.
SPORTS
By Orange County Register | August 16, 1993
SAN DIEGO -- Weight-loss attempts by talk-show host Oprah Winfrey in the past have been well chronicled. This time her all-out assault on fitness was a secret.Winfrey was among 5,011 entrants who ran the 13-mile, 192 1/2 -yard America's Finest City Half-Marathon yesterday. Her time of 2 hours, 16 minutes, 3 seconds was particularly impressive considering she began running only five months ago."People were saying, 'Oprah's here,' " said Dora Haikal of Irvine, Calif., who ran a 2:03. "I didn't believe them.
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