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By Dan Berger | August 10, 2001
Too many top people are leaving the Glendening administration without sufficient explanation. Be patriotic. Go out and buy a Detroit-made car with your $300 tax refund. The old News-American site should be used for retailing, to complement the Gallery, no matter what other use may be put above it. The Ravens no longer have too many players named Lewis, alas.
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Mike Preston | November 18, 2013
If the NFL draft was held today, the Ravens should find themselves a big, tall wide receiver. They have holes in other places especially on the offensive line, but the Ravens need a big, fast body to complement speedy receiver Torrey Smith on the other side. Just about every one else in the AFC North has one or two. The Cleveland Browns have 6-foot-3, 225-pound Josh Gordon and 6-foot-2, 220-pound Greg Little . The Cincinnati Bengals have 6-foot-4, 207-pound A.J. Green and 6-foot-2, 210-pound Mohamed Sanu.
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By Julie Klavens and Julie Klavens,SUN STAFF | December 16, 2001
Move over, red glass globes. Wood, wool, silk, feathers - the list of materials used to construct Christmas tree ornaments is long and impressive. Whether your home is crammed with Victoriana or is starkly Bauhaus, you can find ornaments to complement your decor.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 25, 2013
A 10-3 thrashing of Michigan on Saturday helped Loyola improve to 7-2 overall and 3-0 in the Eastern College Athletic Conference this season. But the No. 15 Greyhounds are in this position despite not having played with a full deck of cards. The reigning national champion played the first seven games of the season without senior short-stick defensive midfielder Josh Hawkins, who served a suspension for violating an unspecified team rule. Undisclosed injuries forced Loyola to play without senior attackman and 2012 Tewaaraton Award finalist Mike Sawyer for two contests, senior midfielder Davis Butts in Wednesday's 13-8 victory over Georgetown, and senior midfielder Chris Layne and senior defenseman Reid Acton on Saturday.
NEWS
By Michael Dresser | December 31, 2003
Pol Roger Brut Champagne ($25). This nonvintage Champagne isn't flashy but it is one of the most reliable wines of its type. It's an elegant style of Champagne, very smooth and delicate, with a lively mouth-feel and toasty, yeasty flavors with a hint of nuts. This wine will complement food, but doesn't demand its company. It would be a very classy way to ring in the new year.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston | December 15, 1997
1 Ravens quarterback Eric Zeier produced big plays, throwing for three touchdowns in his second start.2 Despite several injuries, the Ravens' defensive line played well in situations when it had to rise up and make plays.3 The Oilers' passing game didn't complement the running game, as Steve McNair completed 22 of 45 for 219 yards and no touchdowns.Pub Date: 12/15/97
ENTERTAINMENT
By Ishita Singh | June 19, 2008
Frankie Beverly & Maze have been serenading audiences with their smooth soul and R&B sounds since the early '70s. Beverly's distinctive voice and the band's relaxed, bass-driven sounds complement each other. Special guest Stephanie Mills joins the band Saturday at Pier 6 Pavilion, 731 Eastern Ave. The show starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $29-$82. Call 410-783-4189 or go to piersixpavilion.com.
FEATURES
By Michael Dresser | December 7, 1994
This unfiltered, barrel-fermented sauvignon blanc packs a lot of complexity and flavor into one very reasonably priced dry white wine. You can find nuances of pear, peach, honey, nuts, sweet oak and herbs in a wine soft-textured wine with a long, satisfying finish. It's as weighty as most chardonnays, but will complement a wider range of foods.
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By Nicole Foy and Nicole Foy,Dallas Morning News | July 8, 1992
Some women search for cosmetics that will instantly transform them into a replica of a Cosmo model, but deep down they know the bottom line: We're stuck with what we've got.But what's so bad about that?Nothing, says makeup artist Bobbi Brown.Although she's worked with some of the world's most glamorous models -- Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell and Iman, to name a few-- Ms. Brown says that every woman holds the key to beauty."I believe that beauty is based on personal style. And the cosmetics that enhance a woman's natural features are what will complement her best," she says.
NEWS
September 29, 1990
The House Armed Services Committee has moved smartly into the post-Cold War world by approving a $250 million add-on to the Pentagon's request for greater sealift capacity. It provides for the acquisition of three fast sealift ships to complement the eight aging ships now being used in the Persian Gulf operation.Engine trouble with these ships, delays in chartering slower commercial ships and disillusion with the condition of old merchant vessels in the reserve fleet has awakened Washington to sealift shortcomings.
NEWS
By Chris Korman, The Baltimore Sun | September 12, 2012
David Cordish refused to talk politics Wednesday at a celebration of the now-complete Maryland Live Casino. The casino just added its final complement of slot machines — 1,304 — for a total of 4,750, making it the nation's third-largest commercial casino. Cordish, chairman of the Cordish Cos., which owns and built the three-month-old casino next to Arundel Mills mall, touted the facility as one of the best in the country and said it would be the Mid-Atlantic's dominant gambling parlor for years to come.
BUSINESS
By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2012
The addition of four national retailers - Anthropologie, J. Crew, MAC Cosmetics and Lululemon Athletica - at Harbor East could solidify the Baltimore waterfront neighborhood as one of the region's top shopping destinations, local retail consultants and business owners said Wednesday. "It makes downtown even more vibrant and attractive to high-quality, upscale retailers," said Mark Millman, chief executive officer of the retail executive hiring firm Millman Search Group in Owings Mills.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Kit Waskom Pollard, Special To The Baltimore Sun | February 28, 2012
Rye is the kind of bar every neighborhood wishes for — creative takes on classic drinks, friendly service, warm atmosphere and, as a bonus, talent in the kitchen. It might be a bar, first and foremost, but thanks to chef Benjamin Polson, Rye is also a surprisingly good restaurant. Owner Ryan Perlberg, whose family also owns the nearby upscale hot dog joint Stuggy's, didn't plan to open a restaurant, but he realized that when people go out for a drink, they also need to eat. Atmospherically, Rye feels like a bar, with friendly service and more cocktails than entrees.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Rob Kasper, The Baltimore Sun | April 21, 2011
The words "beer food" bring to mind items like pretzels, peanuts and pizza. But at Red Brick Station in White Marsh the term means mussels steamed in ale, fish dipped in a beery batter and meat marinated in stout. Here, the beer is often in the food. It works, in part because the beer is fresh. There is a brewery on the premises, between the bar and the dining room. It also works because the kitchen has a nice touch with spices. The concept here is to serve English-style ales and English pub fare.
SPORTS
By Matt Vensel | April 12, 2011
In a recent appearance on 105.7 The Fan, former Broncos running back Terrell Davis suggested that the Ravens were under-utilizing Ray Rice to keep his market value down. Asked about this on Monday, Ravens wide receiver Derrick Mason said the physical toll that backs take require teams to “bring in two good backs.” “I don’t think they’re trying to keep the value of a running back down,” Mason said on “The Norris & Davis Show. " “They understand that when you have a back like Ray -- a very good back -- but to give him the ball 25, 30 times a game, it’s a wear and tear on your body.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2010
Not long after Caitlyn McFadden began her Maryland lacrosse career, her mother realized that all the press clippings would never fit into one scrapbook. In her first Terrapins game, McFadden had three goals, three ground balls and two caused turnovers — a precursor to the National Midfielder of the Year she would become in 2009. "After her freshman year, I knew there was no way it was all going to go into one scrapbook," Mary Clare McFadden said. "All the way back to high school even, I think I knew it was going to be more than one. Just the whole drawer full of stuff I had collected and she hadn't even gone to college yet."
NEWS
By Julie Rothman and Julie Rothman,Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 3, 2010
Ginger Hale from Ruxton wrote in search of a recipe she has lost for pork chops cooked with prunes and molasses. She said that her mother got the recipe in the mid-1940s from what must have been one of the earliest TV cooking shows. Unfortunately, I did not receive any answers from readers about this particular recipe, but I was confident that I could find something close to what Hale was looking for if I searched the Internet. These days pork, either stuffed or cooked with dried fruit, is a popular combination.
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