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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | July 30, 1993
LOS ANGELES -- David Hasselhoff says that at age 41 he has finally arrived: After four years of working in Malibu, he has made enough money to live there."
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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2014
It will surprise absolutely no one that Marylanders are obsessed with crabs.  We eat crab chips, drink crab beer and hand our children crab-flavored milk (ok, I made up that last one). But did you know that we are also particularly interested in kickball, the Skate or Die video game and David Hasselhoff?  Any that many Marylanders find themselves wondering "What is Twitter?" These are among the topics most frequently Googled by Maryland residents, according to a report from Estately , a real estate site.
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By Michael Gray | January 4, 1998
So, do you believe that "Seinfeld" news?No, not the fact that the Four Horsemen of Neuroticness - Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer - are finally riding off into the sunset after this season. That probably should have happened a couple of seasons ago, before the show stopped being really funny.No, I'm talking about the fact that the NBC brass - the same geniuses who sent Letterman packing a few years back - proudly announced that they were ready to pay Jerry Seinfeld $5 million per episode to crank out one more season of shows about nothing.
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By Mary Carole McCauley and Mary Carole McCauley,mary.mccauley@baltsun.com | April 21, 2009
The stage version of Chicago has been hunkering down on the Great White Way for such an extended period - since Nov. 14, 1996, to be precise - that it has become a recognized and reliable source of income for A-list, B-list and, yes, even C-list celebrities. Chicago is the seventh-longest-running Broadway musical of all time. At least 44 performers with semi-recognizable names have tackled the role of Billy Flynn, the smooth-talking, glad-handing attorney who helps two femme fatales beat murder raps, from Kevin Richardson of the Backstreet Boys to Mr. Dirty Dancing himself, Patrick Swayze.
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By Steve McKerrow and Steve McKerrow,SUN STAFF | September 30, 1995
It's a night of firsts: "Baywatch," "The John Larroquette Show" and "Saturday Night Live" offer season premieres, and two new hTC series also make their debut, including "Baywatch Nights" in syndication and "The Home Court" on NBC.*"Baywatch" (6 p.m.-7 p.m., WNUV, Channel 54) -- As Maxwell Smart used to say, would you believe this is the world's most popular television show? The syndicated series about lifeguards in California -- sometimes called "Babewatch" or "Bodywatch" -- is seen in more than 100 countries and launches a new season with David Hasselhoff continuing as beach boss.
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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2014
It will surprise absolutely no one that Marylanders are obsessed with crabs.  We eat crab chips, drink crab beer and hand our children crab-flavored milk (ok, I made up that last one). But did you know that we are also particularly interested in kickball, the Skate or Die video game and David Hasselhoff?  Any that many Marylanders find themselves wondering "What is Twitter?" These are among the topics most frequently Googled by Maryland residents, according to a report from Estately , a real estate site.
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By HARRY MERRITT | October 29, 2006
508-1 / 2 York Road Towson 11 a.m. - 8p.m. Monday-Saturday, noon - 6 p.m. Sunday 410-682-6820 aparadoxstudio.com One of downtown Towson's newest shops is aParaDox, a youth-oriented clothing store just south of the Recher Theatre. It evolved from gimmickwear, which specializes in T-shirts, 100 percent cotton, made without sweatshop labor. Some of the shirts had local themes -- "Baltimore, Home of the Hoff," a reference to locally born David Hasselhoff -- or suggestive slogans, and sometimes both ("I Put the Sex in Essex")
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By R. D. Heldenfels and R. D. Heldenfels,Knight-Ridder News Service | July 11, 1995
David Hasselhoff told his driver to back up.Struggling with a new cellular phone "that I'm about to return," Mr. Hasselhoff did not want to head into a canyon that might cut off his link to a TV writer hundreds of miles away.It was 6 a.m. in California, but Mr. Hasselhoff had been up for hours. He had hit the gym at 4:30 a.m. to tone up the 42-year-old body on display in his international hit series "Baywatch."And what could have been a quiet ride afterward was instead time for an interview.
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By Mary Carole McCauley and Mary Carole McCauley,mary.mccauley@baltsun.com | April 21, 2009
The stage version of Chicago has been hunkering down on the Great White Way for such an extended period - since Nov. 14, 1996, to be precise - that it has become a recognized and reliable source of income for A-list, B-list and, yes, even C-list celebrities. Chicago is the seventh-longest-running Broadway musical of all time. At least 44 performers with semi-recognizable names have tackled the role of Billy Flynn, the smooth-talking, glad-handing attorney who helps two femme fatales beat murder raps, from Kevin Richardson of the Backstreet Boys to Mr. Dirty Dancing himself, Patrick Swayze.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | September 9, 1995
A black, male version of white bread Mary Richards?That's exactly who David Preston (David Alan Grier), of the new Fox sitcom "The Preston Episodes," is supposed to be. If you don't believe me now, you will by the time tonight's premiere episode ends -- with Grier running onto a city street and throwing his hat in the air while the "Mary Tyler Moore Show" theme song plays and the lyrics say, "You might just make it on your own."Only instead of the show ending on the upbeat image of the hat soaring skyward, the camera follows it down into the handsof a homeless man, who refuses to return it to Preston.
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By HARRY MERRITT | October 29, 2006
508-1 / 2 York Road Towson 11 a.m. - 8p.m. Monday-Saturday, noon - 6 p.m. Sunday 410-682-6820 aparadoxstudio.com One of downtown Towson's newest shops is aParaDox, a youth-oriented clothing store just south of the Recher Theatre. It evolved from gimmickwear, which specializes in T-shirts, 100 percent cotton, made without sweatshop labor. Some of the shirts had local themes -- "Baltimore, Home of the Hoff," a reference to locally born David Hasselhoff -- or suggestive slogans, and sometimes both ("I Put the Sex in Essex")
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By Alan Solomon and Alan Solomon,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | December 11, 2004
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam - The lingering image of American air travel in this city once called Saigon is a Marine helicopter pulling away from the rooftop of an embattled U.S. Embassy. This time, nearly 30 years after the last time, a United Airlines 747-400 was greeted by two dozen white-clad women holding electronic lotus flowers, a battery of smiling officials and businessmen, at least 40 photographers elbowing for a better position to expend megapixels on actor David Hasselhoff - and a red carpet.
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By Michael Gray | January 4, 1998
So, do you believe that "Seinfeld" news?No, not the fact that the Four Horsemen of Neuroticness - Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer - are finally riding off into the sunset after this season. That probably should have happened a couple of seasons ago, before the show stopped being really funny.No, I'm talking about the fact that the NBC brass - the same geniuses who sent Letterman packing a few years back - proudly announced that they were ready to pay Jerry Seinfeld $5 million per episode to crank out one more season of shows about nothing.
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By Steve McKerrow and Steve McKerrow,SUN STAFF | September 30, 1995
It's a night of firsts: "Baywatch," "The John Larroquette Show" and "Saturday Night Live" offer season premieres, and two new hTC series also make their debut, including "Baywatch Nights" in syndication and "The Home Court" on NBC.*"Baywatch" (6 p.m.-7 p.m., WNUV, Channel 54) -- As Maxwell Smart used to say, would you believe this is the world's most popular television show? The syndicated series about lifeguards in California -- sometimes called "Babewatch" or "Bodywatch" -- is seen in more than 100 countries and launches a new season with David Hasselhoff continuing as beach boss.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | September 9, 1995
A black, male version of white bread Mary Richards?That's exactly who David Preston (David Alan Grier), of the new Fox sitcom "The Preston Episodes," is supposed to be. If you don't believe me now, you will by the time tonight's premiere episode ends -- with Grier running onto a city street and throwing his hat in the air while the "Mary Tyler Moore Show" theme song plays and the lyrics say, "You might just make it on your own."Only instead of the show ending on the upbeat image of the hat soaring skyward, the camera follows it down into the handsof a homeless man, who refuses to return it to Preston.
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By R. D. Heldenfels and R. D. Heldenfels,Knight-Ridder News Service | July 11, 1995
David Hasselhoff told his driver to back up.Struggling with a new cellular phone "that I'm about to return," Mr. Hasselhoff did not want to head into a canyon that might cut off his link to a TV writer hundreds of miles away.It was 6 a.m. in California, but Mr. Hasselhoff had been up for hours. He had hit the gym at 4:30 a.m. to tone up the 42-year-old body on display in his international hit series "Baywatch."And what could have been a quiet ride afterward was instead time for an interview.
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By Alan Solomon and Alan Solomon,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | December 11, 2004
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam - The lingering image of American air travel in this city once called Saigon is a Marine helicopter pulling away from the rooftop of an embattled U.S. Embassy. This time, nearly 30 years after the last time, a United Airlines 747-400 was greeted by two dozen white-clad women holding electronic lotus flowers, a battery of smiling officials and businessmen, at least 40 photographers elbowing for a better position to expend megapixels on actor David Hasselhoff - and a red carpet.
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By Tim Swift and Tim Swift,Sun Staff | March 29, 2007
Fatal Song Choice: The Police's "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" What Went Wrong: Paula Abdul as a harbinger of doom? Throughout the season, strangely lucid Abdul has been warning Sligh about staying in time with the band. In weeks past, Sligh's shrewd choices managed to gloss over his lack of sync, but this week's song made his weakness all the more glaring. Shining Moment: He never got to make David Hasselhoff cry, as Taylor Hicks did last year, or even "bring chubby back." But he was quick on his feet with a comeback.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | July 30, 1993
LOS ANGELES -- David Hasselhoff says that at age 41 he has finally arrived: After four years of working in Malibu, he has made enough money to live there."
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