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November 16, 2003
On November 1, 2003, DOROTHY DEEN KOOGLE, of Severna Park; devoted wife of the late Paul H. Koogle; beloved mother of Debbie McHenry and Deen Koogle; loving sister of Margaret Deen and Betty Zitnak; caring grandmother of Kate McHenry, Daniel Koogle and Laura Koogle; dearest step-grandmother of three and step-great-grandmother of one. A Memorial Service will be held on Monday, November 24, at 6 P.M. at the Church of the Crucifixion, Glen Burnie. Interment private. Donations may be made to Hospice of the Chesapeake, 8424 Veterans Highway, Millersville, MD 21108 or to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 1347, Glen Burnie, MD 21060.
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NEWS
July 1, 2013
We surely seem to have become a nation of the double standard. I read with interest several articles in The Sun concerning the trending Paul Deen issue ("Turning back the clock?" June 25). Seems odd that some of the same folks who wish to distance themselves now from Ms. Deen because of an alleged slur she uttered 30 years ago have no problem plugging products from Martha Stewart, a convicted felon. I do not wish to judge either one but I think a good percentage of America needs to take a good look at themselves in the mirror.
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NEWS
By Liz Atwood and Liz Atwood,Sun reporter | November 8, 2006
Happy Holidays From the Diva of Do-Ahead By Diane Phillips Paula Deen Celebrates By Paula Deen Simon & Schuster / $26 / 2006 If you're a Southern belle, or want to cook like one, Paula Deen has a year's worth of holiday recipes from Dixie. Some are more authentic than others (collard-green-and-ham-hock pizza is suspect). But the fresh apple cake with raisins and pecans was true to its Southern roots and turned out beautifully. The deviled oysters would have been more appetizing without the hard-boiled eggs called for in the recipe.
NEWS
Susan Reimer | June 30, 2013
Paula Deen has just paid the biggest price in the history of the universe for using a bad word. Her network and just about every last business partner have dumped her. The best guess is that her annual income will drop from about $17 million to around $7 million. That's quite a fine. She also has had to grovel to Jesse Jackson for something called "redemption. " Martha Stewart feels sorry for her. And, in a "Today" show appearance that was painful to watch, she had to absorb the too-cool interrogation by Matt Lauer, of all people, while she stuttered and wept and twisted her hanky.
SPORTS
August 10, 2003
The numbers 3.98 ERA for Rodrigo Lopez since the be ginning of July .984 Orioles' fielding per centage entering last night, third in the AL .167 Opposing hitters' average off Adam Loewen at Aber deen this season 0.79 Jorge Julio's ERA since the All-Star break, entering last night 1.80 B.J. Ryan's ERA since the All-Star break, entering last night
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2011
The Paula Deen-Anthony Bourdain feud spilled over into this week. Deen talked about it on the Today show. Eater National has a recap and update . A reader reminded me of the comments about Deen that Bourdain made during his May 2010 appearance at Baltimore's Hippodrome theater. The then-recent purchase of the Travel Channel by Scripps Howard had put Bourdain in the Food Network family. Bourdain told the Baltimore audience, "So, I'm their boy now... If Guy Fieri needs a bikini waxing, they're calling me. Or Paula Dean needs a erotic rubdown...
NEWS
By Candus Thomson and Gady A. Epstein and Candus Thomson and Gady A. Epstein,SUN STAFF | February 20, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- The group studying alternatives to a much-debated intercounty connector between Montgomery and Prince George's counties says it could support an east-west toll road.The 8-4 straw vote by the Transportation Solutions Group is the first indication of what will be recommended to Gov. Parris N. Glendening in July.Glendening created the working group last year after backing off from 15 years of solid support for an intercounty connector.The road, which would ease east-west travel, is also considered by officials at Baltimore-Washington International Airport to be essential to keeping BWI competitive with Dulles and Reagan National airports.
SPORTS
March 19, 1992
California Angels pitcher Matt Keough may be able to resume playing baseball again in three months, according to the surgeon who performed Keough's emergency craniotomy Monday afternoon.Dr. Gordon Deen, of the Scottsdale (Ariz.) Mayo Clinic, said yesterday that Keough could be working out in three to four months. This, after what he called "the most severe head injury related to baseball I've ever seen." He compared the injury to one suffered in "a high-speed auto accident."Keough, 36, who was struck in the head in the dugout by a line drive during Monday's exhibition game against the San Francisco Giants, was upgraded from serious to fair condition and was moved out of intensive care.
NEWS
By SUSAN REIMER and SUSAN REIMER,SUN REPORTER | November 9, 2005
Paula Deen & Friends Living It Up, Southern Style By Paula Deen With Martha Nesbit Simon & Schuster Inc. / 2005 / $25 Southerners are known for their bountiful food and their gracious hospitality and celebrity cook Paula Deen puts it all together in her new book, Paula Deen & Friends: Living It Up, Southern Style. The silver-haired doyenne of the Food Network, who never met a stick of butter or a cup of buttermilk she couldn't include in a recipe, has organized essential Southern goodies in themed menus for every occasion in her new cookbook.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | September 29, 2004
The chairman of a committee studying problems with the resurfacing of the Bay Bridge has resigned to avoid a potential conflict of interest. Hal Kassoff, former State Highway Administration chief, said he discovered that the international engineering firm he works for, Parsons Brinckerhoff, has a contract with Wallace Montgomery and Associates, which did design work on the resurfacing. The westbound span of the bridge is being resurfaced, and much of the work will have to be redone because of cracking concrete.
NEWS
June 24, 2013
The best that can be said for the Supreme Court's ruling on affirmative action in college admissions is that it did not immediately and totally ban the practice. But the decision to send a University of Texas at Austin case back to the appeals court from which it came with instructions that the circumstances be scrutinized more closely certainly suggests that the justices are dubious about the continued need for the policy. That's hardly an encouraging sign as the court readies for a ruling in a case on whether a critical section of the Voting Rights Act - one that requires certain Southern states to have changes in voting law screened by the U.S. Department of Justice - is not constitutional after nearly five decades in use (and despite unsuccessful legal challenges in the past)
NEWS
January 23, 2012
Celebrity chefs have become a big business in recent years. Rare are the kitchen products, from pots and pans to garlic presses, that do not carry an endorsement from some chef with a cable television show and a chain of restaurants. Paula Deen is just such a person and received considerable attention last week when it was revealed that she has had type 2 diabetes for the past three years. This would not be particularly notable - diabetes is on the rise in this country, with more than 25 million adults and children affected by it - except for one thing.
HEALTH
Andrea K. Walker | January 18, 2012
Paula Deen has long bragged about her unhealthy cooking, but now the southern chef has been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes . While she said she is not changing her diet, her diagnosis could be a wake up call to people still clinging to fatty, sugar-filled diets. Deen said she has always eaten in moderation, but while Type 2 diabetes can be hereditary it is also diet related. Deen made her announcement while at the same time saying she was promoting a diabetes drug.
FEATURES
By Dave Rosenthal | January 18, 2012
Paula Deen's disclosure that she has type 2 Diabetes has triggered some harsh reactions. For years, Deen has featured high-calorie Southern foods in her cookbooks and on television. Some  folks are riled by the fact that that she was doing it while aware of her own diabetes, a disease that has been linked to a poor diets and excess weight. And they poked at Deen for aligning her new webste with Victoza, a diabetes medicine made by Novo Nordisk. Fellow celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain -- who has famously called Deen "the most dangerous person in America" -- issued a veiled tweet that did not mention her name, but was taken by many to refer to her. It said: "Thinking of getting into the leg-breaking business, so I can profitably sell crutches later.
FEATURES
By Dave Rosenthal | January 17, 2012
Paula Deen, who has made a very good living touting rich, Southern foods, has disclosed that she has type 2 Diabetes, and folks may wonder whether there's a connection. Deen, author of a series of popular cookbooks and host of television cooking shows, has never been shy about cooking foods that are bacon- or cream-filled. In fact, "Paula Deen's Southern Cooking Bible" was listed among the worst of 2011 by the Physicians Committee For Responsible Medicine, the Baltimore Sun's Picture of Health blog noted.
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker | December 28, 2011
Southern chef Paula Deen makes no apologies for her butter-filled unhealthy recipes. So it's no surprise that her cookbook tops the list of worst of the year in terms of health in a report by the Physicians Committee For Responsible Medicine. The group, that promotes healthy foods and eating, said Deen's and other unhealthy cookbooks encourage Americans to fill up on high-fat, meat-heavy meals. Jamie Oliver, the chef known for his aggressive campaign to make school lunches healthier, is also listed as one of the worst offenders.
NEWS
By Marcia Cephus | February 18, 2007
Jeweler to design gift for Paula Deen The Junior League of Hampton Roads has commissioned Annapolis jewelry designer Laura Moore to create a custom necklace for Paula Deen, cookbook author and host of Paula's Home Cooking on the Food Network. The necklace will be given to Deen in appreciation for her work with the Food Bank of the Virginia Peninsula. Moore was awarded the assignment by one of her clients in Hampton Roads and through her association with the Junior League. Porcari to address Signature Breakfast The BWI Business Partnership will hold its next Signature Breakfast at 7:45 a.m. Wednesday at the Holiday Inn BWI Airport, 890 Elkridge Landing Road.
NEWS
May 4, 2008
TENNIS UCBAC Championships WHEN -- Wednesday through Saturday WHERE -- Harford Community College OUTLOOK -- C. Milton Wright was the dominant team in the confer ence this season. The Mustangs played in the tougher Chesapeake Di vision and were perfect (10-0) during the regular season. Fallston (7-2) was behind them. The question is how well the Susquehanna Division's top teams will do. Patterson Mill was a huge surprise, going 7-0 to be in first place despite having a team made up of freshmen and sophomores.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2011
The Paula Deen-Anthony Bourdain feud spilled over into this week. Deen talked about it on the Today show. Eater National has a recap and update . A reader reminded me of the comments about Deen that Bourdain made during his May 2010 appearance at Baltimore's Hippodrome theater. The then-recent purchase of the Travel Channel by Scripps Howard had put Bourdain in the Food Network family. Bourdain told the Baltimore audience, "So, I'm their boy now... If Guy Fieri needs a bikini waxing, they're calling me. Or Paula Dean needs a erotic rubdown...
NEWS
May 4, 2008
TENNIS UCBAC Championships WHEN -- Wednesday through Saturday WHERE -- Harford Community College OUTLOOK -- C. Milton Wright was the dominant team in the confer ence this season. The Mustangs played in the tougher Chesapeake Di vision and were perfect (10-0) during the regular season. Fallston (7-2) was behind them. The question is how well the Susquehanna Division's top teams will do. Patterson Mill was a huge surprise, going 7-0 to be in first place despite having a team made up of freshmen and sophomores.
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