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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2013
Baltimore native Peyton List, who got her start on "As the World Turns" and most recently appeared on "90210" and "Mad Men," has landed the starring role in a pilot for The CW. According to Deadline Hollywood , List, 26, will play the part of Cara in "The Tomorrow People," an adaptation of a British sci-fi drama about young people with special powers who represent the next phase of human evolution. The show is a collaboration between writer/director Greg Berlanti, who created "Everwood," and Julie Plec, who produced "The Vampire Diaries.
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By David Zurawik | October 1, 2013
Baltimore native Peyton List is only 27. But she's already a veteran of almost two decades in show business with a resume that includes Disney movies, guest shots on "Law & Order" and recurring roles on "As the World Turns," and "Mad Men. " And this fall, she debuts in her first network starring role as one of the leaders of a group born with paranormal powers in CW's "The Tomorrow People," from veteran producer Greg Berlanti ("Everwood," "Arrow")....
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October 9, 1991
Dr. Andrew C.W. Montague, 58, a retired gynecologist, died Saturday of heart failure at his home on Midvale Road.A memorial service for Dr. Montague will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles St.He was an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the Johns Hopkins Medical School and retired from practice in June.He had been working on the Rhogam drug treatment to prevent blood incompatibility reactions in Rh factor disease.Andrew Colonna Walewski Montague was born in Warsaw, Poland, and reared in Geneva.
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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | February 20, 2013
Sinclair Broadcast Group is warning DirecTV customers in Baltimore and other markets they could lose access to Sinclair-owned stations starting March 1 because of an inability to reach agreement over the amount the satellite company pays to carry the stations and their programs. In the Baltimore market, Sinclair owns WBFF Fox 45 and has a local marketing agreement with WNUV The CW Baltimore. Sinclair's "carriage" agreement with DirecTV, which includes both stations, ends Feb. 28. "Although DirecTV and Sinclair have been negotiating for quite some time in an effort to reach a new agreement, at this time it does not appear that these efforts will be successful," Baltimore-based Sinclair said in a statement.
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February 10, 2005
On February 8, 2005, WILLIAM CHARLES WILLIS "BILLY" JOYAVE, JR., of Baltimore, MD. Husband of Melissa Joyave; loving father of Austin and Zachary Joyave; beloved son of James and Shirley Dillow and William C.W. Joyave, Sr.; devoted grandson of John and Leona Dunnigan; cherished brother of James Dillow, Jr. and Hope Compton. Also survived by aunts, uncles, nephew, and cousins. Friends may call LOUDON PARK FUNERAL HOME, 3620 Wilkens Avenue, Baltimore, MD, on Friday, February 11 from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where a funeral service will be held Saturday, February 12 at 11 A.M. Interment will be in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
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By DAVID ZURAWIK and DAVID ZURAWIK,david.zurawik@baltsun.com | September 18, 2008
The CW has started fast this fall, and tonight it returns two more series, Smallville and Supernatural, before the network season officially gets under way. In Smallville, the Justice League goes looking for Clark (Tom Welling) in the Arctic. Meanwhile, on Supernatural, Dean (Jensen Ackles) is freed from Hell. Smallville airs at 8 p.m., followed by Supernatural at 9 p.m. on CW. ** for both. THAT'S A CAKE: Tonight, Baltimore-based Ace of Cakes features a confectionary version of the Lincoln Memorial.
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By Meg James and Meg James,LOS ANGELES TIMES | April 21, 2008
OMG ... TV is sooo retro. In a strategic reversal, the CW television network said it would no longer offer free Internet streams of new episodes of Gossip Girl when the show returns to the air today. Instead, CW wants young fans to watch the drama about privileged preppies the old school way -- on TV. The move is designed to boost ratings for the program, which has developed a loyal online following but has failed to attract a sizable TV audience. The show's average of 2.5 million viewers has not been enough to lift CW out of the ratings cellar or staunch its financial losses.
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By MARIA ELENA FERNANDEZ AND SCOTT MARTELLE and MARIA ELENA FERNANDEZ AND SCOTT MARTELLE,LOS ANGELES TIMES | May 19, 2006
NEW YORK -- The last of the new fall TV seasons were unveiled yesterday, with both Fox and CW, the fledgling network formed from the flagging WB and UPN operations, aiming squarely at 18-to-34-year-olds. For fans of programs on the soon-to-die WB and UPN, yesterday's presentation may have seemed like a reality-show knockoff: Survivor: The CW Version. The new network is going with themed nights and combining former competitors Top Model and One Tree Hill into what the network hopes will be a strong one-two punch on Wednesdays.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 14, 1996
BROOKVILLE, N.Y. -- Seniors Brian Duffy and Brian Bacso combined for five goals and 10 assists yesterday to power No. 9 Loyola past C. W. Post, 17-5.The Greyhounds (5-4) have won nine straight over the Pioneers (7-2). Bacso scored the game's first goal with 10: 54 left in the first quarter but then C.W. Post's Pete DeRupo tied the game 45 seconds later.The Greyhounds scored four unanswered goals to take a 5-1 lead at the end of the first.Loyola extended the lead to 12-3 at the half and held its largest lead at 17-3 after Gewas Schindler's goal with 10 minutes left in the game.
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By Marc Bouchard and Marc Bouchard,Staff Writer | March 22, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- Coming off a loss to No. 5 Towson State last week, Maryland lacrosse coach Dick Edell was looking for his seventh-ranked Terrapins to have an impressive outing against C.W. Post.Maryland won, 9-5, yesterday, but Edell wasn't impressed."There just wasn't a whole lot there that we were really pleased with," Edell said. "We don't demonstrate a sharpness that we're going to need to be in the [NCAA tournament] hunt."[The remaining games] worry me," said Edell, whose team faces North Carolina, Virginia, Navy and Johns Hopkins before the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2013
Baltimore native Peyton List, who got her start on "As the World Turns" and most recently appeared on "90210" and "Mad Men," has landed the starring role in a pilot for The CW. According to Deadline Hollywood , List, 26, will play the part of Cara in "The Tomorrow People," an adaptation of a British sci-fi drama about young people with special powers who represent the next phase of human evolution. The show is a collaboration between writer/director Greg Berlanti, who created "Everwood," and Julie Plec, who produced "The Vampire Diaries.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | November 8, 2012
Dr. Daniel C.W. "D.C. " Finney, a retired Baltimore surgeon and World War II veteran, died Monday of heart failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Lutherville resident was 88. Dr. Daniel Clarke Wharton Finney — who was known as "D.C. " — was the son of Eben Dickey Finney, an architect, and Margaret Wharton Smith Finney, a homemaker. He was also a collateral descendant of Johns Hopkins and the namesake of Dr. D.C. Wharton Smith, a Baltimore pediatrician, who were both on his maternal side.
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By From Sun news services | March 9, 2009
'Watchmen' is No. 1 at weekend box office Watchmen clocked in with $55.7 million in ticket sales to claim the top spot at the box office, making director Zack Snyder's comic book adaptation about a team of twisted superheros the biggest opening of 2009. Still, it was not quite as big as the $70 million take of Snyder's 300 in 2007. Dan Fellman, head of distribution for Watchmen studio Warner Bros., said it was unfair to compare the two films. Many Watchmen enthusiasts raced to IMAX theaters to see Dr. Manhattan and company on the bigger screens.
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By KEVIN ECK | September 28, 2008
Friday night's Smackdown, which was the final episode of the show on the CW network before next week's move to MyNetworkTV, was mostly a straightforward wrestling program except for a show-long angle that concluded with The Undertaker delivering a Tombstone piledriver to Vickie Guerrero. Perhaps this is a prelude to the return of Edge. It would make sense to bring him back for the show's big debut on the new network Friday. (For more, go to baltimoresun.com /ringposts)
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By DAVID ZURAWIK and DAVID ZURAWIK,david.zurawik@baltsun.com | September 18, 2008
The CW has started fast this fall, and tonight it returns two more series, Smallville and Supernatural, before the network season officially gets under way. In Smallville, the Justice League goes looking for Clark (Tom Welling) in the Arctic. Meanwhile, on Supernatural, Dean (Jensen Ackles) is freed from Hell. Smallville airs at 8 p.m., followed by Supernatural at 9 p.m. on CW. ** for both. THAT'S A CAKE: Tonight, Baltimore-based Ace of Cakes features a confectionary version of the Lincoln Memorial.
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By Tim Swift | August 31, 2008
1. Comedy Jerry Seinfeld: He'll finally be on TV again. Unfortunately, he'll be shilling for Microsoft. But - in Baltimore - fans can get Jerry without the Bill Gates baggage in a series of stand-up shows next weekend at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. Now a family man, Seinfeld has cast his eye toward the kiddie set. Expect the subjects of Elmo and "portable insane asylums" (aka inflatable playsets) to come up. For more: ticketmaster.com Concert 2. Ben Lee: Known for dating actresses Claire Danes and Ione Skye, this awkward-looking Australian singer might just be the Lyle Lovett of our time.
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By NICK MADIGAN and NICK MADIGAN,SUN REPORTER | January 25, 2006
This fall, UPN and WB, which have struggled and failed to find a large audience, will cease to exist. Rising from their ashes will be a new broadcast television network, CW. Some of the expiring networks' more popular programming - including UPN's Veronica Mars, Smackdown and Everybody Hates Chris and WB's Smallville and Gilmore Girls - will be aired on CW, Leslie Moonves, chief executive of CBS Corp., said yesterday in announcing the move, which amounts to an acknowledgement that neither of the small networks could survive profitably on its own. More coverage The impact at Sinclair Broadcast Group.
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By Greg Braxton and Greg Braxton,LOS ANGELES TIMES | May 19, 2008
Life at Tattaglia High School in Brooklyn, N.Y., can be tough. Homework, heartbreak and, on this day, a red-haired bully is on the loose, determined to torment unsuspecting nerds. Amid the hallway chaos, though, stands a grown-up wearing a white head scarf and gym shorts, with a valuable lesson to impart to the nerds -- how to take a bully's punch. The idea is to heighten the laughs for a scene being filmed on the set of Everybody Hates Chris, the nostalgic Chris Rock-inspired sitcom about a Brooklyn teenager growing up in the 1980s.
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