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By Newsday | August 11, 1991
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. -- The news of Meadow Star's withdrawal from the 111th running of the nation's oldest race for 3-year-old fillies brightened Shug McGaughey's morning. "I was not disappointed," he said from behind a smile. Versailles Treaty brightened the trainer's afternoon.Trainer Leroy Jolley elected to scratch Meadow Star from the Alabama yesterday rather than run on a muddy track. And in the absence of the filly who has won 11 of 12 races against females, Versailles Treaty's stock soared at the betting windows.
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NEWS
By Neal Thompson and Neal Thompson,SUN STAFF | May 27, 1999
Defense Secretary William S. Cohen told the newest additions to the U.S. military, 1999's Naval Academy graduates, that Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic is losing the conflict with NATO forces and that there are no plans to cease the bombing."
ENTERTAINMENT
By J. D. Considine and J. D. Considine,Sun Pop Music Critic | November 25, 1994
If the only stuff you know about Danzig is what you've read in magazines, there's a good chance you have the wrong idea about the band.It isn't just that most of those stories focus on frontman Glenn Danzig's obsession with the dark side, a fascination that is played out in songs with such titles as "Am I Demon," "Snakes of Christ," "Heart of the Devil" and "Until You Call on the Dark." It's hard for any journalist to ignore an angle as tempting as heavy metal and Satanism -- even if there isn't anything there to support it.But as guitarist John Christ explains, there's another side to the story: Glenn Danzig doesn't always come off well in interviews.
FEATURES
By Hector Saldana and Hector Saldana,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | June 20, 2002
The rock noir singer Glenn Danzig doesn't like The Osbournes. But would anyone expect anything less from the hulking, punk-goth front man known for his muscles and uncompromising, dark imagery? There's no love lost, apparently, between him and the other Prince of Darkness. Danzig says he is so disgusted with the current state of rock that he is going to start his own extreme rock festival called Blackest of the Black, tentatively set to launch in the fall. Danzig's band stops at The Nation in Washington tomorrow night, with Prong as its opening act. Danzig once played at the Ozzfest but sees a huge gulf between its mainstream acts and the underground.
SPORTS
By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | May 17, 1992
Preakness winner Pine Bluff might be a Kentucky bred, but his pedigree is loaded with horses that were bred and or raced by Marylanders.He is superbly bred. His sire, Danzig, was America's leading sire in 1991. Danzig has sired such horses as Dance Smartly, last year's champion 3-year-old filly that has earned $2.8 million; Dayjur, Horse of the Year in England in 1990 as well as Europe's champion sprinter; Chief's Crown, the 1984 champion 2-year-old colt who finished second in the 1985 Preakness; and Danzig Connection, the 1986 winner of the Belmont Stakes.
SPORTS
By Special to The Sun | November 3, 1991
LAUREL -- Polish Holiday nipped Fashion Miss by a nose to win the $75,000 guaranteed Martha Washington Handicap yesterday at Laurel.The 3-year-old filly by Danzig ran the 1 1/8 miles on the turf in 1 minute, 49 1/5 seconds under Mario Pino and paid $17.20, $8.20 and $6.20.Fashion Miss, who beat Monica Faye by 1 1/4 lengths, paid $14.80 and $9.80 to place. Monica Faye paid $5.60 to show.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown | May 23, 1999
Gourmands were in their glory at the seventh annual Meals on Wheels Culinary Extravaganza. Some 350 foodies filled a Harbor Court Hotel ballroom to graze and praise the creations of 17 chefs from Baltimore-area restaurants.Among the hobnobbing noshers: Meals on Wheels board president Jan Guben; event co-chairs Liselotte Karoalis and Greg Martin; silent-auction chair Kathy Townsend; board members Martin L. Wake and Nancy Allchin; Jon Danzig, VP of Impact Innovations Group Inc.; James Breiner, president of the Baltimore Business Journal; and Jackie Jackson, investment adviser with Harbor Financial Services Inc.The food lovers lauded the lobster mashed potatoes, risotto crab cakes and toffee apples.
ENTERTAINMENT
By J. Wynn Rousuck | March 21, 2002
Making merry with `Macbeth' Macbeth is rarely thought of as a laughing matter, but the Chicago troupe 500 Clown will do its best to change that perception when its signature piece, 500 Clown Macbeth, makes its Baltimore debut at the Creative Alliance tomorrow. Despite the title, the audience-interactive show is performed by just three clowns - Molly Brennan, Adrian Danzig and Paul Kalina - each of whom yearns to play Macbeth. They end up competing not only with each other, but with everything from beepers to falling scenery.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Andrew Conrad, aconrad@tribune.com | September 15, 2013
Ahh, a festival. Just the name inspires a sense of adventure and light-heartedness. The Shindig - held Sept. 14 at Carroll Park and produced by 24-7 Entertainment - delivered on all fronts. Featuring heavy-hitters like the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Clutch, Gaslight Anthem, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and the Dropkick Murphys, the Shindig came through with an eclectic mix of acts for all tastes. In the interest of full disclosure, I will admit that I missed the first four acts: Victims of Experience, Bad Seed Rising, The Glenmont Popes and Larry and His Flask.
NEWS
November 9, 1990
Samuel A. Hartman, a taxicab owner and former president of the Diamond Cab Co., died Wednesday at the Meridian Nursing Center/Multi-Medical of complications after surgery. He was 87 and lived on Chesterfield Avenue.Services for Mr. Hartman were being held today at the Loring Byers funeral establishment, 8728 Liberty Road.He began driving a cab in the mid-1920s and soon became a charter member of the Association of Independent Taxi Operators, which became the Diamond Cab Co.Mr. Hartman was president of the company in the 1930s and 1940s and managed the Diamond Cab baseball team that won the Maryland Amateur Baseball League's 1937 championship.
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