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By GAILOR LARGE and GAILOR LARGE,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 2, 2005
During a New York visit, I noticed coconut water was really popular at the gym where I was a guest. What does it do for the body, or is it just a gimmick? You don't have to be stranded on a desert island to have access to coconut water these days. While this drink hasn't yet reached every corner of the country, coconut sipping is becoming increasingly hot among gymgoers. You'll often see it under the brand name Zico or CocoWater. Manufacturers say it is an all-natural, potassium-rich alternative to traditional sports drinks.
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By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | September 21, 2013
Date: Aug. 24, 2013 Her story: Courtney Schapiro, 28, grew up in Owings Mills. She is a speech language pathologist in Chicago. Her mother and stepfather, Susie and David Nevins, live in Pikesville. Her father and stepmother, Jeffrey and Amy Schapiro, live in Owings Mills. His story: Jon Sider, 28, grew up in Highland Park, Ill., a suburb of Chicago. He, along with his brother Mark, is co-founder and co-owner of Greater Than, a Chicago-based company that sells all-natural infused coconut water containing electrolytes.
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By Amy Reed, Special to The Baltimore Sun | August 15, 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 printed here. This week, Amy Reed weighs in on coconut drinks. Coconut products, such as coconut water and coconut cream, are among the hot new items hitting grocery store shelves. Are these drinks beneficial for your health? Coconut water is the liquid inside a young coconut. One cup of coconut water contains about 50 calories and no protein or fat. Coconut water is low in calories, although the amount varies depending on added ingredients such as sugar or juice.
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By Sierra George, Special to The Baltimore Sun | March 5, 2013
Nutritionists from the University of Maryland Medical Center regularly contribute a guest post. The latest post from Sierra George, dietetic intern, is printed here. Despite its name, the coconut is a fruit from the coconut palm. Tropical cultures have been using this delicious fruit for everything from food to body lotion and even currency. Until recently, Americans have seen coconut mostly as the dried, shredded ingredient of cookies, candies and cakes. Now, as more products derived from the coconut hit grocery store shelves, we are given the delicious opportunity to get creative with the coconut.
FEATURES
By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | September 21, 2013
Date: Aug. 24, 2013 Her story: Courtney Schapiro, 28, grew up in Owings Mills. She is a speech language pathologist in Chicago. Her mother and stepfather, Susie and David Nevins, live in Pikesville. Her father and stepmother, Jeffrey and Amy Schapiro, live in Owings Mills. His story: Jon Sider, 28, grew up in Highland Park, Ill., a suburb of Chicago. He, along with his brother Mark, is co-founder and co-owner of Greater Than, a Chicago-based company that sells all-natural infused coconut water containing electrolytes.
ENTERTAINMENT
By SAM SESSA and SAM SESSA,sam.sessa@baltsun.com | September 11, 2008
Overheard at the new Bad Decisions in Fells Point: "You don't come here for rail drinks." Well, if you didn't know any better, you could order a simple rum and coke at the recently opened Fleet Street spot. It's an easy mistake to make. After all, Bad Decisions looks more like your average corner bar than a hub for hand-crafted specialty drinks. But that's exactly the kind of unassuming atmosphere owner John Reusing wanted. "I'm envisioning a relaxed neighborhood bar, with a very unique drink menu," he said.
HEALTH
By Sierra George, Special to The Baltimore Sun | March 5, 2013
Nutritionists from the University of Maryland Medical Center regularly contribute a guest post. The latest post from Sierra George, dietetic intern, is printed here. Despite its name, the coconut is a fruit from the coconut palm. Tropical cultures have been using this delicious fruit for everything from food to body lotion and even currency. Until recently, Americans have seen coconut mostly as the dried, shredded ingredient of cookies, candies and cakes. Now, as more products derived from the coconut hit grocery store shelves, we are given the delicious opportunity to get creative with the coconut.
ENTERTAINMENT
By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,Pop Music Critic | October 2, 1992
BROKENVTCNine Inch Nails(Nothing-TVT-Interscope 92213)There's no art to noise-making; pulling music out of noise, on the other hand, is another matter entirely. "Broken," the new EP from Nine Inch Nails, is packed with brutal, abrasive sounds -- jagged shards of metal guitar, distortion-curdled vocals, drumbeats that punch and pummel. Yet beneath that tortured swirl of sound lies passion, a sure sense of song craft and an entrenched devotion to melody. That's how NIN maintains its tuneful intensity even in the face of ear-punishing aural aggression, from the slam-bang assault of "Last," through the dense, danceable roar of "Happiness in Slavery" to the clangorous crunch of "Physical" (one of two bonus tracks hidden at the end of the CD)
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By Tanika White and By Tanika White,SUN STAFF | February 20, 2005
Envy Me -- Gucci Notes: Peony, jasmine, pink pepper, lychee, pomegranate, pineapple, pink musk, seringa, white tea, sandalwood, teakwood, sensual musk Like a woman, there's nothing simple about this fragrance. It's sweetly complicated: fruity, musky and floral all at once. The tea and musk hints make it seductive and sexy, while the pomegranate and pineapple say girlie and fun. Eau de toilette spray, 1.7 ounces, $60. Available at Sephora and www.sephora.com. Echo Woman -- Davidoff Notes: Raspberry, grape granita, iris, osmanthus, crystal amber, violet wood, grappa Echo Woman, fruity but floral, is available this month in fine department stores.
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By Scott Shindell and Scott Shindell,Sun Staff | June 7, 1998
The town was closed; My Favorite PlaceWe should have been more careful what we'd wished for. My wife and I had come to this village in the Italian Alps to be alone, and we had succeeded a little too well - the streets were deserted and the buildings were dark and locked shut, including every hotel.It was mid-October, the lull between the summer and winter tourist seasons, and the residents of Molveno were on vacation, probably in Sicily, where we should have gone.But instead we had traveled seven hours by train from Venice to Trent, and then another four hours by bus to Molveno.
HEALTH
By Amy Reed, Special to The Baltimore Sun | August 15, 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 printed here. This week, Amy Reed weighs in on coconut drinks. Coconut products, such as coconut water and coconut cream, are among the hot new items hitting grocery store shelves. Are these drinks beneficial for your health? Coconut water is the liquid inside a young coconut. One cup of coconut water contains about 50 calories and no protein or fat. Coconut water is low in calories, although the amount varies depending on added ingredients such as sugar or juice.
ENTERTAINMENT
By SAM SESSA and SAM SESSA,sam.sessa@baltsun.com | September 11, 2008
Overheard at the new Bad Decisions in Fells Point: "You don't come here for rail drinks." Well, if you didn't know any better, you could order a simple rum and coke at the recently opened Fleet Street spot. It's an easy mistake to make. After all, Bad Decisions looks more like your average corner bar than a hub for hand-crafted specialty drinks. But that's exactly the kind of unassuming atmosphere owner John Reusing wanted. "I'm envisioning a relaxed neighborhood bar, with a very unique drink menu," he said.
NEWS
By GAILOR LARGE and GAILOR LARGE,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 2, 2005
During a New York visit, I noticed coconut water was really popular at the gym where I was a guest. What does it do for the body, or is it just a gimmick? You don't have to be stranded on a desert island to have access to coconut water these days. While this drink hasn't yet reached every corner of the country, coconut sipping is becoming increasingly hot among gymgoers. You'll often see it under the brand name Zico or CocoWater. Manufacturers say it is an all-natural, potassium-rich alternative to traditional sports drinks.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | July 9, 2011
Of all the singers to hit the pop music scene in the past 25 years, k.d. lang continues to stand out. There's the timbre of her voice, a sound remarkably dark and rich and deep. Then there's the technique, with its unfailing intonation and evenness of projection. Add in the instinctive phrasing, whether addressing country or rock or good old standards, and lang looms large. Thursday will find the artist and her new band, aptly named Siss Boom Bang, performing at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, part of their tour in support of the recent Nonesuch Records release, "Sing It Loud.
TRAVEL
By Special to the Sun | August 11, 2002
A Memorable Place Exploring the West by houseboat By Gail Parker SPECIAL TO THE SUN When it came time to plan a family vacation, the consensus was to go west -- to the land of cactus and lizard, howling coyote and a million stars. But this would be a Western adventure with a watery twist. We would be houseboating on Lake Powell in Utah and Arizona, in a desert canyon that had been flooded and turned into a lake. No small thing, this lake. From the sky it looked like a shimmering blue insect crawling on the dusty land.
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