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By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,Sun reporter | July 10, 2008
Whether she's serving up plate-sized pancakes at a Fells Point restaurant or pummeling the speed bag in an oven-hot North Avenue gym, Gina D'Andrea operates at an intensity summed up by the tattoo inside her lower lip: "Hustler." At an even 5 feet and 110 pounds, she says that when some people look at her, all they see is "a nose and a pair of sneakers." But D'Andrea has big dreams. Pancakes pay the bills, but boxing feeds her soul. This week, D'Andrea will step into a ring in Hollywood, Fla., to face another amateur boxer, and if she's good enough, another one after that.
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February 5, 2013
Dominic D'Andrea has recently been to 13 cities as producing artistic director of the One-Minute Play Festival, but the place that really stands out in his mind? Baltimore. Sure, he's a hometown guy, but he seems to really mean it. "You'd be hard-pressed to find indie theater and arts groups as impressive as EMP, Single Carrot, Glass Mind, etc.," he said. "The guys just go for it. " And that's a good thing, since the 32-year-old Severna Park native is bringing OMPF to town for the first time this weekend (8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at EMP Collective, 307 W. Baltimore St., $15, empcollective.org )
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By Ivan Penn and Kelly Brewington and Ivan Penn and Kelly Brewington,SUN STAFF | May 17, 2005
The woman with whom U.S. Senate candidate Kweisi Mfume admits to making a "bone-headed" mistake is D'Andrea Lancelin, a supervisor with the Maryland Department of Transportation. Mfume, 56, said yesterday that he had a "brief" affair in 1997 with Lancelin, 33, while he was the president and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and she was a subordinate at the Baltimore headquarters. Public records and interviews show that the relationship between the two spans more than a decade, going back to at least 1994 when he was a member of Congress.
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By Kim Hairston and Kim Hairston,Sun photographer | July 13, 2008
I love fresh peas. And that's what got me out of bed early one Sunday morning. I met a friend at the Baltimore Farmers' Market, and we weaved though the crowd. We both saw people we knew, and one I stopped to talk with was Marvin McDowell, whose wife, Eula, sells many varieties of her bean soup there. Marvin is a boxer turned trainer and founder of the Umar Boxing Program Inc., an inner-city boxing facility. The Maryland Boxing Hall of Famer said he was working with someone who was preparing to fight in a national competition.
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By From Staff Reports | May 3, 1993
MACON, Ga. -- Mike D'Andrea pitched eight innings and gave up two hits as the Macon Braves beat the Hagerstown Suns, 2-1, yesterday in a Single-A South Atlantic League game.Macon (13-11) scored in the fourth and fifth innings on RBI singles by Ray Nunez and Miguel Corria to take a 2-0 lead.The Suns (16-8) scored the ninth when Kris Harmes drove in Mariano Dotel.
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August 22, 2004
Laura Norman, daughter of Sharon Norman and Jim Norman, and Josh Greaver, son of Robyn and Tony Greaver, were married in an outdoor ceremony at the Hunt Valley Golf Club on June 19, 2004. Zach Greaver, brother of the groom, was the Best Man, and Megan D'Andrea, best friend of the bride, was the Matron of Honor. After a honeymoon in St. Lucia, the couple resides in Perry Hall, Maryland, with their dog, Max.
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By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff Writer | October 12, 1992
A Glenelg man has sued McDonald's Corp. for $25,000 in damages, alleging he fractured a tooth when he bit into a hamburger at a McDonald's restaurant three years ago.Roger A. D'Andrea claims that the sandwich contained a "foreign object" that damaged his tooth at a McDonald's in the 8600 block of Guildford Road in Columbia on Oct. 6, 1989.The suit, filed in Howard Circuit Court on Oct. 5, lists as defendants the McDonald's Corp., of Oakbrook, Ill., and Christopher B. Shead, who operates the Columbia restaurant.
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By Kim Hairston and Kim Hairston,Sun photographer | July 13, 2008
I love fresh peas. And that's what got me out of bed early one Sunday morning. I met a friend at the Baltimore Farmers' Market, and we weaved though the crowd. We both saw people we knew, and one I stopped to talk with was Marvin McDowell, whose wife, Eula, sells many varieties of her bean soup there. Marvin is a boxer turned trainer and founder of the Umar Boxing Program Inc., an inner-city boxing facility. The Maryland Boxing Hall of Famer said he was working with someone who was preparing to fight in a national competition.
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By Tanya Jones and Tanya Jones,SUN STAFF | May 24, 1996
Fort Meade will be home to a $44 million Environmental Protection Agency laboratory building, now that last month's federal budget agreement has restored the money for it.The 140,000-square-foot building will house 70 laboratories, an environmental library and offices for up to 160 EPA workers now at various locations around Annapolis and in Prince George's County."
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October 17, 2003
On October 15, 2003 ARTHUR JAMES RUSSELL, SR.; loving husband of the late Lelia Russell (nee Marchant); devoted father of Katherine Lee Russell Hazelwood, Arthur James Russell, Jr. and Elizabeth Ann Russell D'Andrea; dear brother of Nora Paine and Kathleen Peterson, the late Dennis Russell and Eileen Martin. Also survived by six grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Graveside Services will be held at Parklawn Cemetery in Hampton, VA. Memorial contributions may be made to Grace Episcopal Church in Yorktown, VA.
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By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,Sun reporter | July 10, 2008
Whether she's serving up plate-sized pancakes at a Fells Point restaurant or pummeling the speed bag in an oven-hot North Avenue gym, Gina D'Andrea operates at an intensity summed up by the tattoo inside her lower lip: "Hustler." At an even 5 feet and 110 pounds, she says that when some people look at her, all they see is "a nose and a pair of sneakers." But D'Andrea has big dreams. Pancakes pay the bills, but boxing feeds her soul. This week, D'Andrea will step into a ring in Hollywood, Fla., to face another amateur boxer, and if she's good enough, another one after that.
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By SCOTT CARLSON and SCOTT CARLSON,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 7, 2006
Janice Ceperich and Jeff D'Andrea visited the Web site of Charm City Cakes and saw what makes Duff Goldman unique -- cakes in the shape of dogs, popcorn boxes and motor scooters, and cakes that look like they just landed from Venus. Instead, for their August wedding, the couple were thinking of something small, white and relatively plain. "We saw this stuff and we thought, `Whoa,' " says D'Andrea, sitting across from Goldman at his bakery, a renovated church in Remington. Not their style.
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By Ivan Penn and Kelly Brewington and Ivan Penn and Kelly Brewington,SUN STAFF | May 17, 2005
The woman with whom U.S. Senate candidate Kweisi Mfume admits to making a "bone-headed" mistake is D'Andrea Lancelin, a supervisor with the Maryland Department of Transportation. Mfume, 56, said yesterday that he had a "brief" affair in 1997 with Lancelin, 33, while he was the president and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and she was a subordinate at the Baltimore headquarters. Public records and interviews show that the relationship between the two spans more than a decade, going back to at least 1994 when he was a member of Congress.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 22, 2004
Laura Norman, daughter of Sharon Norman and Jim Norman, and Josh Greaver, son of Robyn and Tony Greaver, were married in an outdoor ceremony at the Hunt Valley Golf Club on June 19, 2004. Zach Greaver, brother of the groom, was the Best Man, and Megan D'Andrea, best friend of the bride, was the Matron of Honor. After a honeymoon in St. Lucia, the couple resides in Perry Hall, Maryland, with their dog, Max.
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October 17, 2003
On October 15, 2003 ARTHUR JAMES RUSSELL, SR.; loving husband of the late Lelia Russell (nee Marchant); devoted father of Katherine Lee Russell Hazelwood, Arthur James Russell, Jr. and Elizabeth Ann Russell D'Andrea; dear brother of Nora Paine and Kathleen Peterson, the late Dennis Russell and Eileen Martin. Also survived by six grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Graveside Services will be held at Parklawn Cemetery in Hampton, VA. Memorial contributions may be made to Grace Episcopal Church in Yorktown, VA.
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By Joni Guhne and Joni Guhne,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 25, 2001
ACCORDING TO HIS recent biography on the A&E television network, when actor Ron Howard was looking for ways to make the transition from acting to directing, he offered to work alongside established directors for nothing, just for the chance to learn the trade. The attitude of Howard, barely out of his teens at the time, was much like that of Severna Park's Dominic D'Andrea, a 20-year-old student at Anne Arundel Community College who says he'll do just about anything to direct. "I will direct anything anyone throws at me," says D'Andrea, who is in his final year of work on an associate's degree in fine arts with a concentration on theatrical performance.
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By Joni Guhne and Joni Guhne,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 25, 2001
ACCORDING TO HIS recent biography on the A&E television network, when actor Ron Howard was looking for ways to make the transition from acting to directing, he offered to work alongside established directors for nothing, just for the chance to learn the trade. The attitude of Howard, barely out of his teens at the time, was much like that of Severna Park's Dominic D'Andrea, a 20-year-old student at Anne Arundel Community College who says he'll do just about anything to direct. "I will direct anything anyone throws at me," says D'Andrea, who is in his final year of work on an associate's degree in fine arts with a concentration on theatrical performance.
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By Dave Glassman and Dave Glassman,Special to The Evening Sun | November 5, 1990
If you threw a cream puff 30 yards downfield and 5 feet over his head, Juan Dorsey probably would leap and catch it without breaking off a single crumb.Not that the area's leading wide receiver (54 catches, 778 yards, 14.4 average, six touchdowns) is looking for snacks to fill out his 6-foot-2, 180-pound body. Nor has his father, a pastry chef, ever worked him out by tossing desserts in the air. The Glenelg senior just likes to catch things in his strong, yet soft, hands: baseballs (as starting shortstop)
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By Tanya Jones and Tanya Jones,SUN STAFF | May 24, 1996
Fort Meade will be home to a $44 million Environmental Protection Agency laboratory building, now that last month's federal budget agreement has restored the money for it.The 140,000-square-foot building will house 70 laboratories, an environmental library and offices for up to 160 EPA workers now at various locations around Annapolis and in Prince George's County."
FEATURES
By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Sun Film Critic | February 18, 1995
Fairy tales from sources other than the Disney Factory are rare enough these days, but can there be any rarer bird than a fairy tale from Argentina?Yet that's exactly what creeps into the Charles today in rotation with New Line's tragically disrespected "Hoop Dreams." The movie is called "I Don't Want To Talk About It," and it's one of those movies that feels sweetly magical.The scene is an unknown sea-coast town in Argentina in the '20s and '30s. Everyone in the place realizes exactly what the wealthy widow Leonor does not: that her beloved daughter Charlotte will not get any bigger.
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