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July 8, 2006
LOUIS DEFILIPPO, 91, former Baltimore barber and flea marketer, on June 30, 2006, husband of Yolanda Cozzi; brother of Emelio, John, Joe, Magdeline and the late Gilda. Burial was in National Cemetery of Alleghenies. Sollon Funeral Home, Canonsburg, PA. www.sollon.com.
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By From Sun news services | January 8, 2009
Boston College fired coach Jeff Jagodzinski yesterday, days after he was warned of dismissal if he interviewed for the coaching job with the New York Jets. BC athletic director Gene DeFilippo told Jagodzinski on Saturday that his job would be in jeopardy if he went through with the Jets interview. Jagodzinski met with the team Tuesday night. A few hours later, at a meeting lasting about 25 minutes, DeFilippo told Jagodzinski he was out. DeFilippo said he fired Jagodzinski, 45, over a "difference of vision for the future."
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By Larry S. Gibson | November 5, 1991
DOES Frank DeFilippo intentionally lie or does he just have unreliable sources? I have asked this question for years. DeFilippo's article, "Schmoke, Gibson rewrite the rules of political bossism" (Other Voices, Oct. 31), provides the answer.This article revealed a continued disregard for the facts which DeFilippo has demonstrated on previous occasions in his frequent attacks on the Schmoke administration and me. But this time he cannot hide behind unnamed sources.He made statements which he knew or should have known were untrue.
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By Laura Vozzella and Laura Vozzella,Laura.Vozzella@baltsun.com | January 2, 2009
D aniel "The Wig Man" Vovak, who runs for public offices wearing a curly Colonial-style periwig, is used to people thinking he's a little goofy. How's he holding up now that Politico is taking him seriously? Picking up on a Washington Business Journal story, Politico reported the other day that Vovak is looking for a Bill Clinton look-alike for The Blue Dress, a movie he's making on the former president and Monica Lewinsky. The Business Journal made no mention of Vovak's wigged political quests.
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By Steve McKerrow and Steve McKerrow,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1995
Longtime Maryland political commentator Frank DeFilippo will launch a weeknight talk show on WBAL-AM (1090) next month, '' after the end of post-season baseball coverage."
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By COX NEWS SERVICE | May 18, 2003
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. - Athletic directors of the Big East's eight football-playing members are scheduled to meet this morning at this Florida resort. Paul Dee of Miami, Gene DeFilippo of Boston College and Jake Crouthamel of Syracuse would each be well-advised to wear a coat. The room could get a little chilly. Today will be the first time the Big East ADs have met face- to-face since the Atlantic Coast Conference announced Friday that it will hold discussions with those three schools about joining their league.
FEATURES
By Michael Dresser | July 27, 1997
1995 Rabbit Ridge Zinfandel, Sonoma County ($16).Thanks to Baltimore political writer Frank DeFilippo for this excellent recommendation of a big but graceful zinfandel with generous black-raspberry and black-pepper flavors. It offers impressive complexity and length without becoming overpowering, as Sonoma zins have been known to do. Supply is limited, so buy it now.Pub Date: 7/27/97
NEWS
October 1, 1992
EXCEPT for the statement that we had dinner at th Governor's Mansion with Governor Schaefer, Frank A. DeFilippo's column Sept. 3 about what happened at the dinner was completely inaccurate. Our group of Italian-American businessmen has been meeting with Governor Schaefer for several years, with meetings being held in Baltimore and Annapolis.At our last dinner meeting at the mansion, the governor $l absolutely did not ask the group to organize a tribute to him from the Baltimore Italian-American community in preparation for a mayoral campaign, as Mr. DeFilippo stated.
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By From Sun news services | January 8, 2009
Boston College fired coach Jeff Jagodzinski yesterday, days after he was warned of dismissal if he interviewed for the coaching job with the New York Jets. BC athletic director Gene DeFilippo told Jagodzinski on Saturday that his job would be in jeopardy if he went through with the Jets interview. Jagodzinski met with the team Tuesday night. A few hours later, at a meeting lasting about 25 minutes, DeFilippo told Jagodzinski he was out. DeFilippo said he fired Jagodzinski, 45, over a "difference of vision for the future."
NEWS
By Laura Vozzella and Laura Vozzella,Laura.Vozzella@baltsun.com | January 2, 2009
D aniel "The Wig Man" Vovak, who runs for public offices wearing a curly Colonial-style periwig, is used to people thinking he's a little goofy. How's he holding up now that Politico is taking him seriously? Picking up on a Washington Business Journal story, Politico reported the other day that Vovak is looking for a Bill Clinton look-alike for The Blue Dress, a movie he's making on the former president and Monica Lewinsky. The Business Journal made no mention of Vovak's wigged political quests.
NEWS
July 8, 2006
LOUIS DEFILIPPO, 91, former Baltimore barber and flea marketer, on June 30, 2006, husband of Yolanda Cozzi; brother of Emelio, John, Joe, Magdeline and the late Gilda. Burial was in National Cemetery of Alleghenies. Sollon Funeral Home, Canonsburg, PA. www.sollon.com.
SPORTS
By COX NEWS SERVICE | May 18, 2003
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. - Athletic directors of the Big East's eight football-playing members are scheduled to meet this morning at this Florida resort. Paul Dee of Miami, Gene DeFilippo of Boston College and Jake Crouthamel of Syracuse would each be well-advised to wear a coat. The room could get a little chilly. Today will be the first time the Big East ADs have met face- to-face since the Atlantic Coast Conference announced Friday that it will hold discussions with those three schools about joining their league.
NEWS
By GREGORY KANE | March 4, 2000
THE REV. Al Sharpton sat in the hot seat on the set of NAACP President Kweisi Mfume's "Bottom Line" television show, cagily answering questions and emphasizing the "sharp" in his surname. He'd arrived 45 minutes late on Wednesday for the 8 p.m. taping of a show that will run at 7 p.m. today on WBAL-TV, Channel 11. (The reverend clearly hasn't got that time thing licked.) Dressed in a dark-gray pinstripe suit with a blue tie, Sharpton did a quick interview before taking his seat on the set. The reverend had stopped in Baltimore on his way to the nation's capital, where he would urge the Justice Department to press for federal charges against the four New York City police officers acquitted of killing West African immigrant Amadou Diallo.
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By Michael Dresser | July 27, 1997
1995 Rabbit Ridge Zinfandel, Sonoma County ($16).Thanks to Baltimore political writer Frank DeFilippo for this excellent recommendation of a big but graceful zinfandel with generous black-raspberry and black-pepper flavors. It offers impressive complexity and length without becoming overpowering, as Sonoma zins have been known to do. Supply is limited, so buy it now.Pub Date: 7/27/97
FEATURES
By Steve McKerrow and Steve McKerrow,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1995
Longtime Maryland political commentator Frank DeFilippo will launch a weeknight talk show on WBAL-AM (1090) next month, '' after the end of post-season baseball coverage."
NEWS
October 21, 1994
U.S. troops should fight in cities, not gulfIn my opinion, our troops again going to the Persian Gulf is truly outrageous.We have our war raging right here in these United States of America -- the war on drugs. Our American troops should descend upon our city streets and protect our own citizens and children from drug lords, drug addicts, drive-by shootings and the other horrors that have taken over our streets.Maybe with the presence of American troops, the drug dealers would be afraid instead of blatantly selling drugs during the day to our school children.
NEWS
By GREGORY KANE | March 4, 2000
THE REV. Al Sharpton sat in the hot seat on the set of NAACP President Kweisi Mfume's "Bottom Line" television show, cagily answering questions and emphasizing the "sharp" in his surname. He'd arrived 45 minutes late on Wednesday for the 8 p.m. taping of a show that will run at 7 p.m. today on WBAL-TV, Channel 11. (The reverend clearly hasn't got that time thing licked.) Dressed in a dark-gray pinstripe suit with a blue tie, Sharpton did a quick interview before taking his seat on the set. The reverend had stopped in Baltimore on his way to the nation's capital, where he would urge the Justice Department to press for federal charges against the four New York City police officers acquitted of killing West African immigrant Amadou Diallo.
NEWS
October 21, 1994
U.S. troops should fight in cities, not gulfIn my opinion, our troops again going to the Persian Gulf is truly outrageous.We have our war raging right here in these United States of America -- the war on drugs. Our American troops should descend upon our city streets and protect our own citizens and children from drug lords, drug addicts, drive-by shootings and the other horrors that have taken over our streets.Maybe with the presence of American troops, the drug dealers would be afraid instead of blatantly selling drugs during the day to our school children.
NEWS
February 10, 1993
If it ain't broke, don't fix itFrank DeFilippo's commentary "Suddenly, Gov. Do-it-now is Gov. Do-it-later" (Feb. 4) about Governor Schaefer's combining the departments of agriculture and natural resources falls way short of reality.These agencies are different and have varying responsibilities. Agriculture has often been chopped away at. To give but one example: on the same day Mr. DeFilippo's article appeared, The Sun reported that the agency didn't even have enough funding to help farmers with bay cleanup compliance.
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