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By KATHY SUTPHIN | January 27, 1995
Football fans who gather at New York J & P Pizza on Sunday to enjoy the Mount Airy Rotary Club's Annual Super Bowl Party will help encourage area young adults to go the distance through four years of college.Money from the fund-raiser will finance four $1,000 college scholarships that will be awarded by the local Rotarians this year. These scholarships are renewable for four years of college as long as academic requirements are maintained.The pigskin party kicks off at 4 p.m. at the restaurant in the Mount Airy Shopping Center.
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February 27, 2013
The Ravens - our champions! They are still topics of discussion as are those Super Bowl parties. Mary Lee and Dick Hilgartner divided their time between parties. They had great fun with friends from St. Pius X, out in Phoenix, for the first half and a happy time with each other at home, in Rodgers Forge, for the second half due to an early call on Monday morning. Kristy and Pete Knuppel and children ( Lindsey, Emmy and Augie ) had a front yard tailgate party on Jan. 29 with fellow Gaywoodites, Ira and Dawn Katz ( Cole, Landon and Blake )
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FEATURES
By Rob Kasper | January 21, 1998
IT IS DIFFICULT AND almost un-American not to eat too much on Super Bowl Sunday.A few years ago, for instance, I tried to treat the Super Bowl as just another televised football game. I planned to sit in our family room with my kids and a few of their friends, and simply watch the game. We wouldn't eat anything until half time. Then our family would go to the kitchen, sit down and dine.Immediately, the kids objected. It didn't feel right, they said, to watch a Super Bowl without snacks.So I rushed out to a 7-Eleven and bought an armful of chips, dip and soda.
SPORTS
February 4, 2013
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti doesn't go half-stepping when he puts on a party. The Ravens' postgame celebration for friends and family featured a live performance by Mary J. Blige, who invited Ray Lewis up to the stage to teach her his famous “squirrel dance.” The bash continued well into the early morning and Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco said at today's MVP news conference that he got maybe an hour of sleep. He and coach John Harbaugh looked pretty sharp under the circumstances, as they took another round of questions about Sunday night's game.
SPORTS
December 30, 1991
John Langbein of Ticket Exchange in Phoenix reports that a Fortune 500 company that normally buys Super Bowl tickets gave its clients a choice this year -- the Super Bowl in Minneapolis or a Super Bowl party in Hawaii."
SPORTS
By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,SUN STAFF | January 16, 1996
Runners itching to get back on the roads and those longing for the days when the Chilly Dog and Frostbite were part of the January staple, take heart.NFL revelers and partygoers alike, take note.The Super Bowl Party and 5K Race might fill the bill.The race and festivities will be held Jan. 28 at the Sheraton Baltimore North in Towson.Dave Cooley, race director of the former downtown Super Bowl 5K and partner in this year's run, said: "The concept of that one and this one is you have a run, you come back to the hotel and you have a Super Bowl party."
NEWS
By Rob Kasper and Rob Kasper,Sun Columnist | January 30, 2005
It is a day devoted to watching football, eating grub and sipping suds. In other words, Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 6, is prime guy time. With that in mind, I quizzed a few representatives of the species about the components of a guy's ideal Super Bowl party. Their answers were basic. The TV picture should be sharp. The beer should be cold, the food should be hot and both should be easy to grab. There was not much mention of presentation or party colors or decorating motif. If there were a theme to this party, it would be "Put the hay down where the goats can get it."
NEWS
By Amy Oakes and Amy Oakes,SUN STAFF | January 30, 2000
In an act of generosity that would leave most football fans shaking their heads, Marilynn Katatsky won a big-screen television and a catered party for Super Bowl Sunday -- and then gave it away. But the people at Anchor House for Families are happier for it, and grateful to the Annapolis woman who opened her heart to the transitional shelter for the homeless. "We were shocked and quite pleased that someone would think about this for our families," said Sonia Foreman, the program's director.
NEWS
By Liz Bowie and Liz Bowie,SUN STAFF | January 28, 2001
Reading lessons at Thomas Johnson Elementary School in South Baltimore had a purple glow last week. The first-graders created a football cheer and performed it, filling the halls with "Let's go, Ravens, let's go. We're going to the Super Bowl, let's go. We're going to beat the Giants, let's go. We're going to win the championship, let's go." The second-graders created purple-and-black invitations for a Super Bowl party, with elaborate drawings of ravens and black strips of construction paper - feathers - hanging off the ends.
FEATURES
By Kevin Cowherd and Kevin Cowherd,Evening Sun Staff | January 24, 1991
THE PUNDITS, sociologists and shrinks see the Super Bowl as a metaphor for life and death and redemption in the form of a last-second field goal or touchdown pass.Me, I look at it as more of a football game. Usually a lousy football game, come to think of it. Therefore, if you're watching it on TV, it's a good idea to have a lot of back-up activities planned, such as eating, drinking, poring over swatches for the new sofa, sanding and varnishing that old desk in the basement, that sort of thing.
NEWS
Staff Reports | February 3, 2013
The National Weather Service says there's a chance of some light snow during the late afternoon on Sunday throughout the Baltimore area, including neighboring counties of Howard, Carroll and Anne Arundel, with a slightly less chance to the north in Harford County. Total snow accumulation of less than a half-inch are expected. Tonight will be mostly cloudy with snow showers in the evening, then partly cloudy after midnight. The State Highway Administration is reminding motorists to take it slow and leave plenty of following distance when driving on potentially slippery roadways as they go to and from Super Bowl gatherings.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Kit Waskom Pollard and For The Baltimore Sun | January 30, 2013
Are you ready for some gumbo? At 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 3, when the Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII, much of Baltimore will be watching, either from their stadium seats in New Orleans or here at home. Ravens fans not lucky enough to have tickets to the big game still have plenty of reason to celebrate at home in Baltimore, and they can do so in N'awlins style. According to local chefs with Louisiana roots, the Big Easy's cuisine is tailor-made for parties.
HEALTH
By Faith Hicks, Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 1, 2012
Each week a nutritionist from the University of Maryland Medical Center provides a guest post to The Baltimore Sun's health blog Picture of Health (baltimoresun.com/pictureofhealth), which is reprinted here. This week, Faith Hicks weighs in on Super Bowl food. Imagine a typical Super Bowl party spread: fried chicken wings, meatballs, sour cream and cream cheese dips. This translates into a feast of meat and lots of fat, particularly saturated fat. It will probably be your dinner on gameday, but hardly a "Strive for Five" or "My Plate" meal.
NEWS
By Liz Atwood and Liz Atwood,SUN FOOD EDITOR | February 2, 2005
If you're planning on having a Super Bowl party, don't fuss over intricate appetizers. With their attention riveted on the game, your guests probably won't notice them anyhow. Instead, grab a couple of bags of chips, set out some raw vegetables and keep your guests happy with dips. "It's easy, fun and quick for the cook," says Diane Morgan, a cookbook author in Portland, Ore., whose latest book, Delicious Dips (Chronicle Books, 2004, $16.95), includes recipes ranging from the tried-and-true onion dip to the unusual Cherry Garcia dessert dip. Morgan reckons there are two kinds of people: those who like to hand out fancy, bite-sized appetizers and those who'd rather stick a bowl of dip on the table and summon the troops.
NEWS
By Rob Kasper and Rob Kasper,Sun Columnist | January 30, 2005
It is a day devoted to watching football, eating grub and sipping suds. In other words, Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 6, is prime guy time. With that in mind, I quizzed a few representatives of the species about the components of a guy's ideal Super Bowl party. Their answers were basic. The TV picture should be sharp. The beer should be cold, the food should be hot and both should be easy to grab. There was not much mention of presentation or party colors or decorating motif. If there were a theme to this party, it would be "Put the hay down where the goats can get it."
NEWS
By Liz Bowie and Liz Bowie,SUN STAFF | January 28, 2001
Reading lessons at Thomas Johnson Elementary School in South Baltimore had a purple glow last week. The first-graders created a football cheer and performed it, filling the halls with "Let's go, Ravens, let's go. We're going to the Super Bowl, let's go. We're going to beat the Giants, let's go. We're going to win the championship, let's go." The second-graders created purple-and-black invitations for a Super Bowl party, with elaborate drawings of ravens and black strips of construction paper - feathers - hanging off the ends.
NEWS
By Judy Reilly and Judy Reilly,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 28, 1999
THE REV. LAURA Schultz of Messiah United Methodist hopes that every church with extra space in her community would take in every child in town for nurturing, guidance, sharing of positive values and fun.Nearly two years ago, at her church's annual strategic planning meeting, church members decided that what they could best offer in their role of a small church in a small town was an outreach to teens in the neighborhood.Taneytown was growing, and too many kids were without something to do after school.
FEATURES
By Sylvia Badger | February 2, 1996
THE SUPER BOWL is certainly a macho event, and I'm sure the stadium is the most macho place to watch it. However, I believe I watched this year's game in a place where all those big, bad football players would feel right at home.Yep, 50 or so people were invited to a Super Bowl party at Bonavita Farm, in St. Michael's. It's an incredible hunting lodge, built by Bob Pascal -- former Anne Arundel County executive and former appointments secretary for Gov. William Donald Schaefer, on about 500 acres.
NEWS
By Neal Thompson and Neal Thompson,SUN STAFF | January 27, 2001
It's got nothing to do with religion, the Founding Fathers or war veterans. It's not a day for giving thanks, reflecting solemnly or - puh-lease - fasting. Super Bowl Sunday is about big-ness. Big couches, big-screen TVs and big vats of salsa. It's about beer, noise, gambling. It's about self-indulgence. And yet, despite the brashness, the last Sunday in January is also a day of inclusion, open to men and women, boys and girls. You don't need to know your tight end from your end zone.
FEATURES
By Beverly Bundy and Beverly Bundy,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE | June 21, 2000
The punch bowl is the genteel dowager of the cocktail party. Sweet enough she is, but hardly a room-stopper. A little neglected, a little tired, she is the obligatory guest who must be invited every year. But with just a soupcon of imagination, that dowager can be turned into Carmen Miranda. Think of punch as the centerpiece, instead of the afterthought, and let it make a statement at your summer soiree. Start with unusual containers instead of the mundane, low-slung models with the prissy little glasses.
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