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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | January 31, 1993
Seniors Minh Tri Dang and Tim Beach are the leaders of Edgewood High School's wrestling team, but sophomore David Schimmel has been attracting the attention.Each had just one loss before yesterday's tri-meet at Hammond, but Schimmel gets an asterisk.The sophomore, who came up through the Edgewood recreation program, had a good season a year ago (27-4), including a third in the regionals for the second straight year. He started this year at 119, and was 3-1 through his first four matches, with two falls.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2011
Here are your concert news for the week, including upcoming shows by Kid Rock, the Goo Goo Dolls, Drake, Ami Dang, Aimee Mann, and Lyle Lovett. Kid Rock, who played Jiffy Lube Live in August with Sheryl Crow, announced Monday he's going on a tour of mid-size clubs . Naturally, he's playing another Live Nation venue, the new Fillmore in Silver Spring. Kid Rock is on the road promoting "Born Free," which was released last year. The show at the Fillmore is November 20. The announcement did not include ticket price or on-sale date.
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By Ken Rosenthal | March 12, 1999
ORLANDO, Fla. -- His expression never changes. His voice never rises. So, how can anyone tell when Maryland's Terence Morris is upset?"It's very hard," teammate Laron Profit said. "He gets this look on his face. And he'll go, `Dang.' Whenever he says, `Dang,' I know something's wrong with him.""Dang," Morris said during a four-game shooting slump that included a 7-for-23 performance in the ACC tournament."Dang," Valparaiso coach Homer Drew said yesterday after Morris scored 18 points to lead Maryland to an 82-60 victory in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
BUSINESS
By DAN THANH DANG and DAN THANH DANG,dan.thanh.dang@baltsun.com | November 30, 2008
With a name like mine, you might imagine it's rare to hear it pronounced or see it spelled correctly. For as long as I can remember, I've fielded phone calls for "Dan" and letters addressed to Mr. Dang. It happened so often that I gave up trying to fix the flubs since I grew weary of repeating myself. "No, no ... Dan Thanh is my first name, not Dan, and my last name is Dang. The first name rhymes with won ton and the last rhymes with bang. And, no, I am not a dude." Creative interpretations of my name were so commonplace that I thought nothing of it when the Social Security Administration began sending me benefits statements years ago that were addressed to "Thanh T. Dang."
BUSINESS
January 16, 2007
Because stock markets were closed yesterday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, no tables appear in today's editions. Also, Dan Thanh Dang's Consuming column does not appear today but will return next week.
NEWS
January 30, 2004
On January 27, 2004, PATRICK J. KELLY, beloved husband of Miriam Kelly (nee Winder); loving father of Laurel and Alexandra Kelly; devoted brother of Frank Kelly of Bowie, MD, Thomas Kelly and Elizabeth A. Dang, both of Santa Ana, CA; dear brother-in-law of Angie Kelly, Dana Kelly and Tony Dang. Services at SOL LEVINSON AND BROS INC., 8900 Reisterstown Rd at Mt Wilson Lane, on Friday, January 30 at 12 noon. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, Baltimore MD. Please omit flowers, contributions in his memory should be directed to: The Baltimore Science Fiction Society, P.O. Box 686, Baltimore, MD (21203)
NEWS
October 15, 2006
Look for Sun consumer writer Dan Thanh Dang's new weekly column, "Consuming Interests," in Tuesday's Business & Your Money section. She will be your intermediary to solve your problems with a product or service, hold businesses accountable for their promises, and educate you on how to use -- but not abuse -- your power as a consumer. If you have a problem, call 410-332-6151 or e-mail consuminginterests@baltsun.com.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | March 5, 1993
Zack Fowl of Aberdeen, shooting for a third successive state championship, headlines the 27 Harford entries qualified for the wrestling championships this weekend at Western Maryland College.In the process, Fowl, a Class 2A-1A winner at 103 pounds two years ago, and a Class 4A-3A winner at 112 last year, will be after a third successive sweep of county, regional and state titles, this time at 119 pounds.Aberdeen qualified six wrestlers for the season-ending weekend, although Fowl was the only champion.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 25, 1993
Loyola wrestler Greg Smith is frustrated and confused by his fall from the Maryland State Wrestling Association rankings, but it hasn't affected his performance on the mats.The 140-pound Dons' senior was ranked No. 4 by the MSWA at the start of the season and fifth after his only loss, 4-3 to Calvert Hall's No. 6 Shawn King.But at 23-1 with 12 pins and a technical fall, and Wrestling notebookith tournament titles at Smithsburg, two at Friends and another at Meade, Smith was slightly miffed at not being listed in the latest MSWA rankings.
NEWS
July 7, 1996
I collect books on military history so I'm always rteading new ones I come across or re-reading old favorites, "We were Once and Young" is about the battle of Ia Dang written by Lt. Gen. Harold Moore, the battalion commander and R.R. Joseph Galloway. I was there, Moore was my commander and it's the most accurate account I've seen. And of course the best book on Vietnam is "The Best and Brightest," by David Halberstem.Jack Kelly, owner of Courtyard Bookshop, a Havre de Grace bookstore specializing in used, out of print and rare books.
BUSINESS
January 16, 2007
Because stock markets were closed yesterday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, no tables appear in today's editions. Also, Dan Thanh Dang's Consuming column does not appear today but will return next week.
NEWS
October 15, 2006
Look for Sun consumer writer Dan Thanh Dang's new weekly column, "Consuming Interests," in Tuesday's Business & Your Money section. She will be your intermediary to solve your problems with a product or service, hold businesses accountable for their promises, and educate you on how to use -- but not abuse -- your power as a consumer. If you have a problem, call 410-332-6151 or e-mail consuminginterests@baltsun.com.
NEWS
January 30, 2004
On January 27, 2004, PATRICK J. KELLY, beloved husband of Miriam Kelly (nee Winder); loving father of Laurel and Alexandra Kelly; devoted brother of Frank Kelly of Bowie, MD, Thomas Kelly and Elizabeth A. Dang, both of Santa Ana, CA; dear brother-in-law of Angie Kelly, Dana Kelly and Tony Dang. Services at SOL LEVINSON AND BROS INC., 8900 Reisterstown Rd at Mt Wilson Lane, on Friday, January 30 at 12 noon. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, Baltimore MD. Please omit flowers, contributions in his memory should be directed to: The Baltimore Science Fiction Society, P.O. Box 686, Baltimore, MD (21203)
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By Greg Morago and Greg Morago,Hartford Courant | November 2, 2003
It was no doubt your first haircut -- that face-framing set of bangs. Probably trimmed by Mom using her sewing scissors; probably accompanied by pigtails or a pony. Well, it's time to go back to the future, girls. Break out the scissors (but hold the pigtails) because bangs are back. That sweet, innocent, girlish hair "do" is all the rage with some of Hollywood's hottest stars. Yes, that includes Catherine Zeta-Jones at the premiere of Intolerable Cruelty with new, totally tolerable bangs.
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By Jonathan Bor and Jonathan Bor,SUN STAFF | December 29, 2001
The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine has defended two of its research studies against criticism by federal regulators, calling the experiments safe and ethical. The defense, sent to the federal Office of Human Research Protection, occurs as the school nears the end of its required safety review of 2,600 experiments involving human subjects. In June, the death of a woman participating in an asthma experiment sparked a sweeping federal investigation into the oversight given human experimentation at Hopkins.
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By Jonathan Bor and Jonathan Bor,SUN STAFF | September 27, 2001
Stung two months ago by a four-day shutdown of its research program, the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is showing signs of an institution on the mend. The university has reviewed and restarted nearly half of the 2,700 experiments suspended by federal investigators after the death of a young woman in an asthma experiment. With more review boards devoting more time than ever before, Hopkins officials hope all studies will resume by November. Restoring the nation's most richly funded research program could be the most tangible sign of recovery.
NEWS
August 31, 1991
Trong Van DangMechanic, veteranServices for Trong Van Dang, a former lieutenant colonel in the South Vietnamese army who worked as an automobile mechanic in Edgewood, will be held at 5 p.m. today at the Howard K. McComas III Funeral Home, Abingdon.Mr. Dang, who was 59, died Thursday of cancer at his home in Edgewood.For the past 16 years, he worked as a mechanic for Village Volvo in Bel Air.In 1975, he escaped from Vietnam to America, gathering his family aboard the last U.S. Navy ship to leave Vietnam as it fell to the Communists.
NEWS
By Kathleen Parker | September 5, 2001
HERE I am going out to dinner. I grab my purse, keys, cell phone and am half out the door when I realize -- dang -- forgot my pistol. What am I thinking? That's precisely the question posed by a number of readers responding to an earlier column about two men who were shot recently in my neighborhood. I said I was angry that I no longer felt safe walking to my favorite restaurant. In fact, the next night we did drive the few blocks to dinner, but mainly because we wanted to get home in time for the Condit-Chung standoff.
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