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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff writer | April 30, 1992
Gayle Chew knows where she'd be if her father and her victim's advocate from the county prosecutor's office hadn't helped her deal with an abusive husband."
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By Steve McKerrow and Steve McKerrow,Sun Staff Writer | May 6, 1995
Baltimore's weekend radio talk show scene gets a new entry today: "The Mitchells' Maryland Magazine," featuring former state Sen. Clarence Mitchell 3rd and his journalist daughter, Lisa Mitchell.The two-hour show debuts at noon on WOLB-AM (1010), and will PTC be simulcast on Washington sister station WOL-AM (1450). It is an outgrowth a solo show by Mr. Mitchell.The new show includes a weekly panel discussion of African-American issues, with both hosts and also Clarence Mitchell IV, along with guest newsmakers.
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By T. Berry Brazelton, M.D. and T. Berry Brazelton, M.D.,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SPECIAL FEATURES | January 23, 2000
Q. I am a stay-at-home mother of an 18-month-old girl. Since she was 6 months old, she has shown a definite, often intense preference for her father -- particularly during stressful times. Most of the time, I try very hard not to overreact or even show much emotion about her choice, but I do occasionally feel hurt and rejected. I have read articles on development focusing on a child's shifting preferences, but my daughter's preference has been consistent. When I see other children clinging to their mothers, I wonder where I went wrong.
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By SUSAN REIMER | March 26, 2006
A ROLE REVERSAL I AM NOT ashamed to admit: my daughter has taken up the badge and gun of the food police. When my children were young, that was my role. I held out longer than most against fast food, and there was a starch, a protein and a vegetable every evening at dinner. However, during all that time, I was an admitted Diet Coke addict. I could barely make it to 11 a.m. before I had my first belt, and that bubbling brown liquid was never far from me after that. I had a Diet Coke in my cup-holder as I drove and in my hand as I walked.
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By Lisa Breslin and Lisa Breslin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 30, 1999
HOW MANY TIMES have you watched a dance lesson, or soccer match, or piano recital, or art workshop and thought about how nice it would be to participate in some of your children's activities, perhaps for old time's sake?You know the fantasy -- you're nimble enough to dance on your toes again, fast enough to score the winning goal, or brave enough to play a character far racier than your role as a responsible spouse or parent.On such a whim, Laurie Borkowicz of Westminster snatched her daughter Ali's sheet music and auditioned for a part in September Song's production of "Bye Bye, Birdie."
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By DAN RODRICKS | December 6, 1993
At first, it appeared that shock and grief drove Debbie and Mark Troch to ask all those questions, over and over again, and to obsess about the death of their teen-aged daughter. But it turns out the Troches were more rational than you'd expect parents in mourning to be. Their angry suspicions had considerable foundation, and their recollections of the last 13 1/2 hours of their daughter's life appear to have been all too accurate.Readers of this column might recall that the Troches came away from St. Joseph Hospital that Good Friday morning 1992 with lots of questions:Had they erred in bringing Tiffany to the Towson hospital the evening before, after she fell 8 feet from a rope swing near her home in Baltimore County?
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By Michael James and Roger Twigg and Michael James and Roger Twigg,Staff Writers | September 23, 1993
A mother and her 13-year-old daughter were slain and another daughter, 10, critically injured by a killer who bludgeoned and stabbed them in their Reservoir Hill apartment, Baltimore police said.Cynthia D. Gilliam, 30, and her daughters, Donnette D. Smith, 13, and Jacqueline D. Parker, 10, were attacked Tuesday night or yesterday morning in their basement apartment in the Georgian Court complex, police said.A cousin of Ms. Gilliam went to visit the family just before 9 a.m. yesterday and entered after finding the door ajar.
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By Allison Klein and Allison Klein,SUN STAFF | October 1, 2003
A 57-year-old woman charged with killing her husband eight years ago listened in Baltimore Circuit Court yesterday as one of her daughters testified that her mother conspired to kill her father -- a man described by the mother as "rotten to the core." Geralene Lincoln could receive two life sentences if she is convicted in the bludgeoning death in 1995 of her husband, Leroy Lincoln Sr. She hated her estranged husband, according to testimony, because he had sexually abused their daughters, forced their sons to sell drugs and had many affairs.
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By PETER HERMANN and PETER HERMANN,peter.hermann@baltsun.com | November 14, 2008
The mother was a heroin addict and a prostitute. Her daughter sometimes danced at the Baltimore School for the Arts and graduated from Edmondson High. The mother was diagnosed HIV-positive three years after she gave birth. Her daughter wanted to be a child care provider and work with the deaf. The mother escaped the streets, got married and now, at 46, counsels drug users and distributes condoms and AIDS prevention pamphlets. Her daughter, 27, was killed last week - stabbed during a fight that started a inside a club on The Block, where she was known as Candy and had stripped for money after giving up her steady job at a bank because it didn't pay enough.
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By Joe Mathews and Joe Mathews,SUN STAFF | September 27, 1996
In a courtroom full of supportive friends and family, Richard Allen Nicolas pleaded not guilty yesterday to the July 26 shooting death of his 2-year-old daughter.Nicolas fought back tears as he was handcuffed and escorted out after entering his plea."Thanks, everybody," he said loudly to about two dozen supporters who filled three rows of seats in the courtroom. "I love you."Nicolas, an emergency medical technician who lived in Govans, is scheduled to go on trial Dec. 17 on a first-degree murder charge.
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