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April 15, 1998
A photo caption accompanying an article on the General Assemby yesterday transposed the identifications of Deb Jung and state Sen. Paula C. Hollinger, a Baltimore County Democrat.The Sun regrets the errors.Pub Date: 4/15/98
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By Jon Meoli, jmeoli@tribune.com | March 28, 2014
A Riverview woman with six decades worth of community service, a Towson University administrator who has helped develop the school and its relationship with the community, and a dynamic Dulaney High School senior were honored Thursday at Baltimore County Commission for Women's 32nd Annual awards ceremony. "The three outstanding recipients that we're recognizing tonight have all impacted the Baltimore County community in an incredible way," Amy Reid, co-chairwoman for the Woman of the Year awards for the Baltimore County Commission for Women, said.
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By Cassandra Berube | December 10, 2012
The future -- it's such a daunting idea for a man who regularly ends the futures of so many people. But maybe now that he's put the Dark Passenger aside, Dexter can finally learn to curb his kills. Although, if Harrison wasn't enough, it's doubtful that Hannah will be either. Tonight is all about not seeing, though, especially what's coming in the future. To begin, Hector Estrada, the man who had Dexter's mother killed, has a parole hearing and is released due to his illness.
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By Marie Marciano Gullard, For The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2014
For many people, midlife is a time for fresh beginnings, and often those beginnings bring the exhilaration of reinvention. Deb Moriarty, vice president of student affairs at Towson University, acknowledges both. After 13 years in Catonsville, her large home was suddenly an empty place filled with the memories of her recently deceased husband, Greg Giovanazzi, and a daughter, Casey, now 20, about to take off for college. It was at that point last August that the 59-year-old gathered up her favorite mementos, pieces of artwork and assorted photographs and left Catonsville for a Bozzuto-built, three-story townhouse in the new development of Towson Green.
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By Cassandra Berube | September 23, 2013
With Dexter, Harrison and Hannah in the airport at last, it could have been the perfect start to the perfect permanent vacation - if not for the fact that Deb has been shot, Saxon is on the loose, a hurricane is approaching, and Hannah can't leave the bathroom, never mind the United States, thanks to Elway who has stationed himself outside in the boarding area. But, oddly, we expected nothing less from the series finale of a show as great as this. Dexter comes to Hannah's rescue, putting together a quick backpack and pointing airport security in Elway's direction.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cassandra Berube | November 12, 2012
Deb pops the big question tonight. Dexter, will you ... murder your girlfriend for me? Okay, so Deb doesn't actually ask Dexter to do it. Nor does she know that Dexter is lying in bed next to a very naked Hannah at the time. But she does imply that it is up to Dexter to have justice prevail. To be fair, Hannah did just kill Deb's sort-of boyfriend Price and there is no evidence of it so she will be free on the streets. But just earlier tonight, Deb told Dexter that he couldn't kill Isaac, who was being released from jail after it was discovered that the blood evidence in the case against him went missing.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cassandra Berube | November 19, 2012
Argentina -- the place where Hannah was supposed to escape to after Wayne's killing spree. According to her, it represented a "nice, happy home. " But it's also the elusive place Dexter has come to realize everyone has but no one actually gets to. Proof is in tonight's downward spiral. At first, everything is dandy. Hannah and Dexter share a lovely morning and make breakfast together, sharing heavy murder jokes as they dice the vegetables. Hannah takes a moment to ask if their situation is crazy, after she finds out the extra wrinkle that Deb is Dexter's sister (which means Hannah probably can't dispose of Deb as she did the reporter)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cassandra Berube | October 22, 2012
"Human. " While that is something most people probably believe they are, Deb is forced to question her humanity once she realized she was glad that Speltzer is dead. Everyone has their humanity explored, as both their good side and their flaws are exposed. Deb pushes Dexter about his loss of Rita, about whether Dexter (through his Dark Passenger) is really to blame for it. To be honest, he is at least responsible in part, but it was completely unnecessary to bring that up. Despite his tendency to slice and dice human flesh, Dexter does maintain compassion for some human beings, such as Deb herself (which is why he continually saves her instead of letting fate run its course)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cassandra Berube | August 26, 2013
Despite leaving the audience in a nosedive last episode, Dexter and Hannah start off with a very sweet moment in bed, thinking that if they stay there forever, the real world can't interrupt. I often feel that way when getting up for work, but sadly it never works. Dexter races around this episode, trying to pick up the pieces of his life but they just slip through his fingers. First he meets with Vogel to tell her about Hamilton's death and his reunion with Hannah. Dexter insists he can handle the Brain Surgeon and then make a life with Hannah, but Vogel thinks that trying to straddle both worlds is a flaw.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cassie Berube | October 1, 2012
“Are you a serial killer?” Well, I'm glad I've never been asked that. Not sure how I would respond ... do veggies count? But how would you feel if you walked into your apartment only to find your sister waiting for you with evidence of your serial killer behavior? Luckily for Dexter, he can't feel. Unluckily for him, Deb has forgotten her intense romantic feelings from last season. After Season 6 ending with Dexter's sister, Deb, discovering that Dexter killed the Dooms Day Killer, it is only fitting that at the end of the premiere she uncovers the rest of his grisly crimes.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cassandra Berube | September 23, 2013
With Dexter, Harrison and Hannah in the airport at last, it could have been the perfect start to the perfect permanent vacation - if not for the fact that Deb has been shot, Saxon is on the loose, a hurricane is approaching, and Hannah can't leave the bathroom, never mind the United States, thanks to Elway who has stationed himself outside in the boarding area. But, oddly, we expected nothing less from the series finale of a show as great as this. Dexter comes to Hannah's rescue, putting together a quick backpack and pointing airport security in Elway's direction.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cassandra Berube | August 26, 2013
Despite leaving the audience in a nosedive last episode, Dexter and Hannah start off with a very sweet moment in bed, thinking that if they stay there forever, the real world can't interrupt. I often feel that way when getting up for work, but sadly it never works. Dexter races around this episode, trying to pick up the pieces of his life but they just slip through his fingers. First he meets with Vogel to tell her about Hamilton's death and his reunion with Hannah. Dexter insists he can handle the Brain Surgeon and then make a life with Hannah, but Vogel thinks that trying to straddle both worlds is a flaw.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cassandra Berube | August 12, 2013
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. Or a woman you betrayed and sent to jail. We pick up from last week with Dexter waking up in the middle of nowhere. Yup, Hannah's not over Dexter's betrayal, but what are her intentions? Although unable to go to the cops, Dexter has his own way of finding people and tracks his ex-lover down easily. Too easily. Who is the cat and who is the mouse? Deb works on tracking Hannah from her job but Elway interrupts. She very rudely shuts him down.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cassandra Berube | December 10, 2012
The future -- it's such a daunting idea for a man who regularly ends the futures of so many people. But maybe now that he's put the Dark Passenger aside, Dexter can finally learn to curb his kills. Although, if Harrison wasn't enough, it's doubtful that Hannah will be either. Tonight is all about not seeing, though, especially what's coming in the future. To begin, Hector Estrada, the man who had Dexter's mother killed, has a parole hearing and is released due to his illness.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cassandra Berube | November 12, 2012
Deb pops the big question tonight. Dexter, will you ... murder your girlfriend for me? Okay, so Deb doesn't actually ask Dexter to do it. Nor does she know that Dexter is lying in bed next to a very naked Hannah at the time. But she does imply that it is up to Dexter to have justice prevail. To be fair, Hannah did just kill Deb's sort-of boyfriend Price and there is no evidence of it so she will be free on the streets. But just earlier tonight, Deb told Dexter that he couldn't kill Isaac, who was being released from jail after it was discovered that the blood evidence in the case against him went missing.
BUSINESS
By Gus G. Sentementes, The Baltimore Sun | November 9, 2012
Deb Tillett has been around the world, pursuing a career in technology that started a few decades ago in the suburbs of Baltimore. She learned the ropes of the video game world while working at one of the local companies - MicroProse - that gave birth to an industry that's now thriving in Hunt Valley and other parts of Baltimore County and Maryland. Earlier this year, she took over the helm at the Emerging Technology Center, Baltimore's main technology business incubator, after that organization's longtime head, Ann Lansinger, retired.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cassandra Berube | November 5, 2012
"Do the wrong thing," Dexter told Hannah, in order to convince her to go on a date with him. But he ended up taking his own advice and sleeping with her. After spending the whole hour convincing the audience of her guilt, it was a devastating blow to my faith in Dexter. What kind of serial killer doesn't kill his victims?! This is more than can be simply blamed on his Dark Passenger, especially with chaos rising all around him. The night began quietly enough. Dexter fudged the blood report from the recently discovered bodies as a peace offering to Hannah to gain her trust ... in order to kill her. Typical Dexter stuff.
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