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By Sam Sessa and Sam Sessa,sam.sessa@baltsun.com | December 27, 2009
In the video, electro-pop singer Libby Picken spots a fancy purse on a bench, calmly scoops it up and struts down Howard Street for a few paces before dropping it into an unsuspecting stranger's hands. Then she snatches a businessman's wallet, carelessly flings the cash on the sidewalk and flashes a devious grin, all while her song "Coquette" plays in the background. Her hot pink shirt and giant heart-shape earrings seem to jump right off the screen. The rest of the five-minute video is a montage of Picken stealing various objects but never keeping them.
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By Leah Polakoff | August 19, 2013
Beginning this fall, three Howard County chiropractic practices will combine their efforts with the goal of being “the quarterback of people's care,” according to chiropractor Russel Antico. Antico, who, along with his wife, Veronica Antico, operates Howard County Chiropractic Spine and Sports Rehabilitation in Columbia, will join forces with another husband-and-wife team: Brian Morrison, of Morrison Chiropractic in Ellicott City, and Haydee Morrison, of Clarksville Chiropractic.
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By Leah Polakoff | August 19, 2013
Beginning this fall, three Howard County chiropractic practices will combine their efforts with the goal of being “the quarterback of people's care,” according to chiropractor Russel Antico. Antico, who, along with his wife, Veronica Antico, operates Howard County Chiropractic Spine and Sports Rehabilitation in Columbia, will join forces with another husband-and-wife team: Brian Morrison, of Morrison Chiropractic in Ellicott City, and Haydee Morrison, of Clarksville Chiropractic.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | August 29, 2012
A mourner showed up decked out in full Elvis splendor. A beer truck emblazoned with the Mr. Boh logo led the funeral procession. And more than 2,000 people packed the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen — it was standing-room-only in the rear vestibule and the transepts — to mourn Nacho Mama's owner Patrick "Scunny" McCusker and, as one longtime friend said, to put the "fun in funeral. " "This is what Scunny would have wanted — an audience," said Sean Leahy, who spoke Wednesday at the Mass for the Canton restaurateur hailed for his camaraderie, his philanthropy and his drive to revitalize the neighborhood.
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By John W. Stewart | November 11, 1990
The old order is changing at Baltimore Country Club.Brian Morrison, director of golf at Westchester Country Club in Harrison, N.Y., has been named head professional of the 36-hole Five Farms complex to succeed Dennis Satyshur, who has accepted a position as head professional at the new Caves Valley club.Morrison, 38, will begin his duties Jan. 1.The search was conducted at the highest level. More than 100 letters were written asking for references, and through referrals, the selection committee, chaired by Paul Obrecht, found some of the most qualified candidates, locally as well as nationally.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Correspondent | July 31, 1991
VIENNA, Va. -- Bruce Lehnhard dropped a 4-foot par putt on the third extra hole to defeat Bob Boyd and claim his second Middle Atlantic PGA Head Pro championship in the past three years yesterday at a soggy, but superbly conditioned, Westwood Country Club.Boyd, from Woodmont CC, posted a 3-under-par 35-3469, then had to wait nearly two hours for Lehnhard, out of Lake of the Woods in Locust Grove, Va., to finish, knowing he had shot a 5-under 31 on the front nine. Two bogeys on the back left Lehnhard at 31-3869.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | July 18, 1995
Brian Morrison and Bob Kaestner waited five years for this. Never had they played as a twosome in a tournament.Morrison, the Baltimore Country Club head pro for five years, and Kaestner, an amateur and the six-time club champion, linked up yesterday and the result was dazzling.With Morrison collecting five birdies and Kaestner one, they shot a best-ball 64 to tie for first in the storm-delayed 39th annual Maryland Pro-Am Championship at their home course, site of the 1988 U.S. Women's Open.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | August 29, 2012
A mourner showed up decked out in full Elvis splendor. A beer truck emblazoned with the Mr. Boh logo led the funeral procession. And more than 2,000 people packed the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen — it was standing-room-only in the rear vestibule and the transepts — to mourn Nacho Mama's owner Patrick "Scunny" McCusker and, as one longtime friend said, to put the "fun in funeral. " "This is what Scunny would have wanted — an audience," said Sean Leahy, who spoke Wednesday at the Mass for the Canton restaurateur hailed for his camaraderie, his philanthropy and his drive to revitalize the neighborhood.
SPORTS
September 17, 1991
GolfBrian Morrison of Baltimore Country Club posted 36-34-70 and took a one-stroke lead over Glen Barrett of Glenn Dale GC halfway through the second annual Northern Chapter championship of the Middle Atlantic Professional Golfers' Association at Cumberland CC. In the Central Chapter championship, reduced to one round, Jim Fitzgerald of Chevy Chase Club won with 34-36-70, defeating Bob Boyd, Woodmont CC, by two strokes.* Clarence Moore of Winnsboro, S.C., shot a 3-over 73 to lead the first round of stroke play at the 37th U.S. Senior Amateur Championship in Frankfort, Mich.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | July 19, 2001
A Pasadena driver whose one-car crash took the life of his friend's brother was sentenced yesterday to a year of probation, after the victim's family advocated for counseling over punishment. Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Joseph P. Manck said he would consider changing the sentence for Brian M. Morrison, 22, to probation before judgment if Morrison completes probation, said prosecutor Shelley Stickell. Morrison pleaded guilty in May to negligent manslaughter for the Aug. 6 accident that killed Christopher August, 17, of Riviera Beach.
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By Sam Sessa and Sam Sessa,sam.sessa@baltsun.com | December 27, 2009
In the video, electro-pop singer Libby Picken spots a fancy purse on a bench, calmly scoops it up and struts down Howard Street for a few paces before dropping it into an unsuspecting stranger's hands. Then she snatches a businessman's wallet, carelessly flings the cash on the sidewalk and flashes a devious grin, all while her song "Coquette" plays in the background. Her hot pink shirt and giant heart-shape earrings seem to jump right off the screen. The rest of the five-minute video is a montage of Picken stealing various objects but never keeping them.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | July 18, 1995
Brian Morrison and Bob Kaestner waited five years for this. Never had they played as a twosome in a tournament.Morrison, the Baltimore Country Club head pro for five years, and Kaestner, an amateur and the six-time club champion, linked up yesterday and the result was dazzling.With Morrison collecting five birdies and Kaestner one, they shot a best-ball 64 to tie for first in the storm-delayed 39th annual Maryland Pro-Am Championship at their home course, site of the 1988 U.S. Women's Open.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Correspondent | July 31, 1991
VIENNA, Va. -- Bruce Lehnhard dropped a 4-foot par putt on the third extra hole to defeat Bob Boyd and claim his second Middle Atlantic PGA Head Pro championship in the past three years yesterday at a soggy, but superbly conditioned, Westwood Country Club.Boyd, from Woodmont CC, posted a 3-under-par 35-3469, then had to wait nearly two hours for Lehnhard, out of Lake of the Woods in Locust Grove, Va., to finish, knowing he had shot a 5-under 31 on the front nine. Two bogeys on the back left Lehnhard at 31-3869.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart | November 11, 1990
The old order is changing at Baltimore Country Club.Brian Morrison, director of golf at Westchester Country Club in Harrison, N.Y., has been named head professional of the 36-hole Five Farms complex to succeed Dennis Satyshur, who has accepted a position as head professional at the new Caves Valley club.Morrison, 38, will begin his duties Jan. 1.The search was conducted at the highest level. More than 100 letters were written asking for references, and through referrals, the selection committee, chaired by Paul Obrecht, found some of the most qualified candidates, locally as well as nationally.
NEWS
By GUS G. SENTEMENTES AND RICHARD IRWIN | December 7, 2005
Weekend burglars stole more than $4,000 worth of tools owned by volunteers who were helping to convert a Canton building into pediatric patient housing. The burglary happened sometime between Saturday and early Monday at The Children's House at St. Casimir, in the 2700 block of O'Donnell St., Baltimore police said. The Children's House is being renovated by the Believe in Tomorrow National Children's Foundation, a Baltimore-based nonprofit organization. When completed, the building is expected to have eight apartments that will be used to house children who travel with their families for bone marrow treatment to the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
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