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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | July 9, 1992
Los Angeles -- A new daily show on CNN for model Christie Brinkley. A new program on superstation WTBS featuring news for kids. An entire new cable channel devoted exclusively to cartoons. And an enormous commitment of programming about Native Americans on all of his networks.Ted Turner, the king of cable TV, regaled the press with descriptions of of new programming and developments in his cable empire. His holdings are now so vast the session lasted more than four hours.And Turner, once mocked by CBS in his bid to take over that network, has become so dominant and secure in his new stature as TV industry leader that he even had some kind and surprising words for the competition at CBS, NBC and ABC."
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By G. Jefferson Price III and G. Jefferson Price III,PERSPECTIVE EDITOR | October 19, 2003
THANKS to New York Times columnist Bob Herbert for revealing to us that the National Rifle Association has an enemies list, though that's not what they call it. A spokesman for the NRA told Herbert the list is compiled just so members will "know which organizations support the rights of law-abiding Americans to keep and bear arms, and which organizations didn't." Herbert is on the list, but, darn it, I'm not. The Baltimore Sun is on the list, thank heavens. So is Sun cartoonist Mike Lane.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | January 25, 1996
It's a night of models on TV, as Kelly Bundy tries out a new career, Christie Brinkley shows up in Paul Buchman's dreams and this year's Sports Illustrated cover models are featured on "The Tonight Show."* "Married ... With Children" (6:30 p.m.-7 p.m., WBFF, Channel 45) -- Tina Louise, who has made a career of complaining about being typecast after her stint as Ginger Grant on "Gilligan's Island," guests as Kelly (Christina Applegate) goes on her first modeling audition. Fox* "America's Funniest Home Videos" (8 p.m.-9 p.m., WMAR, Channel 2)
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | January 25, 1996
It's a night of models on TV, as Kelly Bundy tries out a new career, Christie Brinkley shows up in Paul Buchman's dreams and this year's Sports Illustrated cover models are featured on "The Tonight Show."* "Married ... With Children" (6:30 p.m.-7 p.m., WBFF, Channel 45) -- Tina Louise, who has made a career of complaining about being typecast after her stint as Ginger Grant on "Gilligan's Island," guests as Kelly (Christina Applegate) goes on her first modeling audition. Fox* "America's Funniest Home Videos" (8 p.m.-9 p.m., WMAR, Channel 2)
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | September 14, 1992
Whoopi Goldberg, Rush Limbaugh and Christie Brinkley. Only something as sprawling as the new TV season could account for those three celebrities sharing the same sentence.Each introduces a new daily TV show in Baltimore today."The Whoopi Goldberg Show," a half hour syndicated talk show, airs at midnight weeknights on WJZ (Channel 13), following "Nightline."The Academy-Award-winning actress is going minimalist, or maybe it's simply egoist, with the format. The opening credits feature Goldberg making Bill Cosby-like dance moves in front of a stark black-and-white background -- the kind used to highlight models in fashion photography.
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By Helen O'Connor and Helen O'Connor,New York Daily News | February 6, 1991
NEW YORK -- If, like Vahida Hodzic, you're a self-respecting up-to-the-minute city kid, there's one fashion accessory you simply can't be without, dahling.Your bubble necklace.According to Vahida, who is in fourth grade at Public School 111 here, it's all the rage. "Most of my friends have them," she says."Watch," she adds, as she slips around her neck a miniature perfume bottle attached to a black cord. She dips the top's attached wand back into the bottle's sudsy liquid, and, bringing it to her lips, blows a stream of tiny soapy spheres.
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By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,Staff Writer | October 2, 1992
Cover Girl Cosmetics, a Hunt-Valley based arm of Procter & Gamble Co., announced yesterday that, in a bid to shore up its sales to black and other dark-skinned women, it is introducing a wide range of new shades to meet their needs.In a related move, the company said it had signed Lana Ogilvie, who has appeared on American fashion magazine covers, as the first black model to be signed to an exclusive contract with the brand.Cover Girl's 72 new products will include liquid makeups, pressed powders, loose powders, blush, lipstick and nail polish.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Staff Writer | March 19, 1993
ROSEMONT, Ill. -- Even before Kansas was made the No. 2 seed in the NCAA Midwest Regional, Jayhawks coach Roy Williams and his players had been hearing how they would make even a quicker exit in this year's tournament than they did a year ago."It was a challenge for us because for the last couple of weeks, people have been putting us in the grave," Williams said yesterday.Kansas (26-6) rose to the challenge in the opening round against Ball State (26-8) at the Rosemont Horizon. The first 30 minutes were a struggle for the Jayhawks against a team Williams had called "the best 15th seed in the history of the tournament," but the last 10 were pretty impressive.
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By G. Jefferson Price III and G. Jefferson Price III,PERSPECTIVE EDITOR | October 19, 2003
THANKS to New York Times columnist Bob Herbert for revealing to us that the National Rifle Association has an enemies list, though that's not what they call it. A spokesman for the NRA told Herbert the list is compiled just so members will "know which organizations support the rights of law-abiding Americans to keep and bear arms, and which organizations didn't." Herbert is on the list, but, darn it, I'm not. The Baltimore Sun is on the list, thank heavens. So is Sun cartoonist Mike Lane.
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By FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM | April 15, 1996
Brinkley breakup laid to crackupSupermodel Christie Brinkley and her ex-husband, Colorado real-estate man Richard Taubman, were diagnosed and treated for "post-traumatic stress syndrome" after a 1994 mountain helicopter crash, which may have contributed to their breakup, their attorney says.Ironically, their attorney revealed the information as part of an attempt to keep medical information and other personal matters secret in a Texas court case.Ms. Brinkley, Mr. Taubman and others in March sued American Eurocopter over the ski-trip crash.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Staff Writer | March 19, 1993
ROSEMONT, Ill. -- Even before Kansas was made the No. 2 seed in the NCAA Midwest Regional, Jayhawks coach Roy Williams and his players had been hearing how they would make even a quicker exit in this year's tournament than they did a year ago."It was a challenge for us because for the last couple of weeks, people have been putting us in the grave," Williams said yesterday.Kansas (26-6) rose to the challenge in the opening round against Ball State (26-8) at the Rosemont Horizon. The first 30 minutes were a struggle for the Jayhawks against a team Williams had called "the best 15th seed in the history of the tournament," but the last 10 were pretty impressive.
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By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,Staff Writer | October 2, 1992
Cover Girl Cosmetics, a Hunt-Valley based arm of Procter & Gamble Co., announced yesterday that, in a bid to shore up its sales to black and other dark-skinned women, it is introducing a wide range of new shades to meet their needs.In a related move, the company said it had signed Lana Ogilvie, who has appeared on American fashion magazine covers, as the first black model to be signed to an exclusive contract with the brand.Cover Girl's 72 new products will include liquid makeups, pressed powders, loose powders, blush, lipstick and nail polish.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | September 14, 1992
Whoopi Goldberg, Rush Limbaugh and Christie Brinkley. Only something as sprawling as the new TV season could account for those three celebrities sharing the same sentence.Each introduces a new daily TV show in Baltimore today."The Whoopi Goldberg Show," a half hour syndicated talk show, airs at midnight weeknights on WJZ (Channel 13), following "Nightline."The Academy-Award-winning actress is going minimalist, or maybe it's simply egoist, with the format. The opening credits feature Goldberg making Bill Cosby-like dance moves in front of a stark black-and-white background -- the kind used to highlight models in fashion photography.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | July 9, 1992
Los Angeles -- A new daily show on CNN for model Christie Brinkley. A new program on superstation WTBS featuring news for kids. An entire new cable channel devoted exclusively to cartoons. And an enormous commitment of programming about Native Americans on all of his networks.Ted Turner, the king of cable TV, regaled the press with descriptions of of new programming and developments in his cable empire. His holdings are now so vast the session lasted more than four hours.And Turner, once mocked by CBS in his bid to take over that network, has become so dominant and secure in his new stature as TV industry leader that he even had some kind and surprising words for the competition at CBS, NBC and ABC."
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By Helen O'Connor and Helen O'Connor,New York Daily News | February 6, 1991
NEW YORK -- If, like Vahida Hodzic, you're a self-respecting up-to-the-minute city kid, there's one fashion accessory you simply can't be without, dahling.Your bubble necklace.According to Vahida, who is in fourth grade at Public School 111 here, it's all the rage. "Most of my friends have them," she says."Watch," she adds, as she slips around her neck a miniature perfume bottle attached to a black cord. She dips the top's attached wand back into the bottle's sudsy liquid, and, bringing it to her lips, blows a stream of tiny soapy spheres.
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By ROB HIAASEN and ROB HIAASEN,SUN REPORTER | May 21, 2006
RALEIGH, N.C. -- The plumber is psyched. Mike Lachaina, born three towns down from Billy Joel's hometown on Long Island, stands in the gravel of the Lincoln Theatre's parking lot waiting to see what she sounds like. Lachaina, a Carolina man now, is more than twice the new singer's age, which is a fitting initial audience for the Piano Man's daughter. "I grew up listening to Billy. I've never heard her. But she needs some support," says Lachaina, who alone, at this place and time, comprises Alexa Ray Joel's crowd support.
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By Roy H. Campbell and Roy H. Campbell,Knight-Ridder Newspapers | August 7, 1991
What is one to make of the return of the beauty mark?It hardly seems in keeping with the '90s, this little dark mark that reached its height of popularity during the grand days of the French courts when it was fashionable for women to be as pale as ghosts. The beauty spot, as it was called then, was applied to emphasize the whiteness of the skin.When screen goddesses such as Gloria Swanson and Marlene Dietrich emphasized their beauty marks, it was to accentuate their glossy faces for black and white films and photography.
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