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By Jan Winburn and Jan Winburn,SUN STAFF | April 20, 1997
"Anything Your Little Heart Desires, " by Patricia Bosworth.Simon & Schuster, 416 pages. $27.50.Is it possible to capture a reader with the tale of two unappealing, selfish and self-destructive characters?Patricia Bosworth begs that question with this unflinchingly honest family memoir. The book's depiction of her father, Bartley Crum, the high-spirited activist lawyer who became a defender of the Hollywood Ten, and her mother, whose nickname "Cutsie" accurately assesses her intellectual and emotional depth, is alternately adoring and brutal.
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June 27, 2006
A 31-year-old Baltimore man was sentenced yesterday to 27 years in prison for the killing last year of a man during an attempted robbery, the city state's attorney's office said. Leroy Young of the 2400 block of Loyola Northway was convicted by a jury last month in Baltimore Circuit Court of second-degree murder and the use of a handgun during the commission of a violent crime, said Margaret T. Burns, a spokeswoman for the city state's attorney's office. Young, according to prosecutors, was attempting to rob the victim, Terrence Smith of the 5200 block of Bosworth Ave., on May 14 last year in the 5000 block of Norwood Ave. They struggled, and Smith was shot twice.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Evan Henerson and Evan Henerson,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | January 29, 2004
Somewhere in the midst of a long casting process that preceded filming the romantic comedy, Win a Date With Tad Hamilton! director Robert Luketic had coffee with the young Blue Crush actress Kate Bosworth. Luketic had had his eye on Bosworth anyway for Rosalee Futch, Tad Hamilton's ingenue role. But the meeting made Bosworth's stock rise. "She grabbed my hand, looked me in the eye and said, `You don't understand, Robert, I have to do this.'" recalls Luketic, whose last film was the hit Legally Blonde.
NEWS
November 2, 2005
BOYS SPORT FOOTBALL Alan Bosworth, Dunbar STATS -- The 6-foot-2, 306-pound senior has been the anchor for the defending Class 1A state champion Poets, who are tied with City and Patterson in their quest for a second straight Baltimore City Division I crown. The All-Metro two-way lineman and team captain plays offensive guard and defensive tackle. SIDELINES -- Although Bosworth, 17, did not play organized football before high school, he is a fourth-year starter. Bosworth also plays the tuba in the Poets' concert and jazz bands, and can be heard each morning on the school's intercom making the daily announcements from the principal's office.
FEATURES
By Orange County Register | May 19, 1991
Gary Wichard, a man of many talents and even more superlatives, predicts that his client, football-star-turned-movie-actor Brian Bosworth, will become known as the "Brando of the '90s."Given Mr. Brando's considerable acting talents that may be wishful thinking, but like Mr. Brando, who made one of his early marks on the screen while sitting on a motorcycle in "The Wild One," Mr. Bosworth is trying to make his own movie mark on a motorcycle in the new action film "Stone Cold," which opened Friday.
NEWS
By Donna E. Boller and Donna E. Boller,Staff Writer | June 23, 1993
The prospective buyer of a 50-acre farm on Uniontown Road has put a hold on his request to annex the land to Westminster and rezone it for higher density development.Peter Bosworth, president of Bosworth Properties of Baltimore, asked the city late last week to stop the annexation process. The action also stopped Mr. Bosworth's request for rezoning that would allow development on quarter-acre lots. The property is currently zoned for half-acre lots.The land lies on the north side of Uniontown Road adjacent to the Greens subdivision.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joe Neumaier and Joe Neumaier,KNIGHT RIDDER / TRIBUNE | December 30, 2004
Kate Bosworth had trouble seeing herself as early-'60s starlet Sandra Dee in the new Bobby Darin biopic, Beyond the Sea, despite sharing a blond-haired, blue-eyed gamine quality. "I watched two of her movies, A Summer Place and Come September, and then I freaked out, worrying about doing her voice and her style," says Bosworth, 21. So she called Kevin Spacey -- who directed the film and stars as Darin, who was married to Dee -- and he assured her that, "It's not an imitation. The performance had to come from my heart."
NEWS
April 8, 1996
Julia B. Miles, 71, clerk at elementary schoolJulia B. Miles, a clerk at the former Phillis Wheatley Elementary School in Baltimore, died Tuesdayof respiratory failure at St. Agnes Hospital. She was 71.Born Julia Bates in Baltimore, she graduated from Frederick Douglass High School in the mid-1940s. After graduation, she married James Walter Miles, and they settled in West Baltimore. Mr. Miles is deceased.She had held titles in several orders including: Guiding Light Chapter No. 18, Order of Eastern Star; Daughter Ruler at Great Southern Temple 30, I.B.P.
NEWS
November 2, 2005
BOYS SPORT FOOTBALL Alan Bosworth, Dunbar STATS -- The 6-foot-2, 306-pound senior has been the anchor for the defending Class 1A state champion Poets, who are tied with City and Patterson in their quest for a second straight Baltimore City Division I crown. The All-Metro two-way lineman and team captain plays offensive guard and defensive tackle. SIDELINES -- Although Bosworth, 17, did not play organized football before high school, he is a fourth-year starter. Bosworth also plays the tuba in the Poets' concert and jazz bands, and can be heard each morning on the school's intercom making the daily announcements from the principal's office.
NEWS
By Donna E. Boller and Donna E. Boller,Staff Writer | May 25, 1993
The owners of a 50-acre farm on Uniontown Road want to annex their property to the city of Westminster and change the zoning to allow for higher-density development.The City Council accepted an annexation petition last night, which starts the process for consideration of whether to accept the property.The farm, adjacent to The Greens subdivision on the north side of Uniontown Road, is owned by Samuel H. Shriver and George M. Shriver III. The annexation petition, signed by the Shrivers, was filed from Peter Bosworth, president of Bosworth Properties in Baltimore.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joe Neumaier and Joe Neumaier,KNIGHT RIDDER / TRIBUNE | December 30, 2004
Kate Bosworth had trouble seeing herself as early-'60s starlet Sandra Dee in the new Bobby Darin biopic, Beyond the Sea, despite sharing a blond-haired, blue-eyed gamine quality. "I watched two of her movies, A Summer Place and Come September, and then I freaked out, worrying about doing her voice and her style," says Bosworth, 21. So she called Kevin Spacey -- who directed the film and stars as Darin, who was married to Dee -- and he assured her that, "It's not an imitation. The performance had to come from my heart."
FEATURES
By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | December 29, 2004
Beyond the Sea's raison d'etre is Kevin Spacey's imitation of '50s-'60s rock-pop sensation Bobby Darin (Spacey also directed), but the best reason to see it is Kate Bosworth as Sandra Dee. Bosworth embodies wholesome all-American blondehood and knows how to play it with savvy. So when Spacey's creepy, calculating and over-age teen idol comes on to her, the audience feels like applauding her goggle-eyed disbelief. Of course, Dee was 16 and Darin 24 when they met - but Spacey is 45 and Bosworth will be 22 on Jan. 2. (Darin was 37 when he died in 1973.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield | December 17, 2004
Adam Berry Bel Air, wide receiver This repeat All-Metro performer improved his overall performance from last season. The senior led the Bobcats to the Class 3A North region title after being runners-up last season. He made an impact on both sides of the ball in Bel Air's state semifinal loss to eventual state champ Northwest of Montgomery County. Berry finished the year with 46 receptions for 658 yards and 12 touchdowns, an improvement over last year's 35 catches, 626 yards and 10 touchdowns.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Evan Henerson and Evan Henerson,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | January 29, 2004
Somewhere in the midst of a long casting process that preceded filming the romantic comedy, Win a Date With Tad Hamilton! director Robert Luketic had coffee with the young Blue Crush actress Kate Bosworth. Luketic had had his eye on Bosworth anyway for Rosalee Futch, Tad Hamilton's ingenue role. But the meeting made Bosworth's stock rise. "She grabbed my hand, looked me in the eye and said, `You don't understand, Robert, I have to do this.'" recalls Luketic, whose last film was the hit Legally Blonde.
BUSINESS
By JAY HANCOCK | December 18, 2002
IMITATING the Light Brigade at the Crimea, bosses at CareFirst charged again into a wall of skepticism yesterday over their proposed deal to sell the health insurer to WellPoint Health Networks Inc. Out front was CareFirst Chairman Daniel J. Altobello. Along with Joseph Haskins, chairman of CareFirst's compensation committee, Altobello has been adamant in publicly defending merger-related bonuses, tax benefits and other pay that one expert figured are potentially worth more than $100 million.
NEWS
By Jan Winburn and Jan Winburn,SUN STAFF | April 20, 1997
"Anything Your Little Heart Desires, " by Patricia Bosworth.Simon & Schuster, 416 pages. $27.50.Is it possible to capture a reader with the tale of two unappealing, selfish and self-destructive characters?Patricia Bosworth begs that question with this unflinchingly honest family memoir. The book's depiction of her father, Bartley Crum, the high-spirited activist lawyer who became a defender of the Hollywood Ten, and her mother, whose nickname "Cutsie" accurately assesses her intellectual and emotional depth, is alternately adoring and brutal.
NEWS
By COLIN CAMPBELL | November 16, 1994
Atlanta. -- Where is this curious post-Cold War world headed? Or, where should it be headed? Why do Americans seem so anxious? And, if answers like ''the economy, stupid'' don't work, Why?I've been studying a remarkable essay by David Bosworth in the fall issue of The Georgia Review. Mr. Bosworth -- heretofore a writer of fiction in Seattle -- tries to answer such questions with a theory that encompasses wealth, poverty, psychology, the Soviet collapse, morality and changing notions of the Absolute.
NEWS
April 8, 1996
Julia B. Miles, 71, clerk at elementary schoolJulia B. Miles, a clerk at the former Phillis Wheatley Elementary School in Baltimore, died Tuesdayof respiratory failure at St. Agnes Hospital. She was 71.Born Julia Bates in Baltimore, she graduated from Frederick Douglass High School in the mid-1940s. After graduation, she married James Walter Miles, and they settled in West Baltimore. Mr. Miles is deceased.She had held titles in several orders including: Guiding Light Chapter No. 18, Order of Eastern Star; Daughter Ruler at Great Southern Temple 30, I.B.P.
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