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By Roger Moore and Roger Moore,ORLANDO SENTINEL | August 12, 2005
Who is killing the great "prosti-dudes" of Europe? Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo sends the repellent Rob Schneider male-hooker character to the Old World to solve this mystery. Because the sex-for-hire fellows of the Netherlands, Spain, Italy and Scotland just aren't man enough for the job. How they slipped this bodily fluid-flinging slapshtick past the increasingly deaf and dumb Motion Picture Association of America with only an R rating is the real mystery. Deuce has married and buried his girl from the first film.
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By Teddy Greenstein, Tribune reporter | June 21, 2010
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Shaun Micheel knows what he'll do with the ball he used to make a double eagle Sunday. "I've got it hidden away in my secret pocket in my golf bag," he said. "I'll probably give that one to my mom." Micheel's mother, Donna , is in the final stages of liver and brain cancer. "I'm really playing for her," the 41-year-old Micheel said after shooting an opening-round 69. Micheel topped that Sunday by recording just the second double eagle in U.S. Open history.
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By Brian Allee-Walsh and Brian Allee-Walsh,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 7, 2002
NEW ORLEANS - The Deuce, in a boot, needs to get loose. It sounds like a corny rhyme, perhaps. But not for the New Orleans Saints, who at 8-4 have positioned themselves for a playoff berth entering the last month of the NFL season. The Saints need running back Deuce McAllister to be reasonably healthy down the stretch if they are to realize their goal of winning the NFC South and ultimately Super Bowl XXXVII. McAllister, who leads the NFC in rushing with 1,049 yards, has been hampered by a sprain of his right ankle since Nov. 17. The one game he missed, against the Cleveland Browns a week later, the Saints lost, 24-15.
NEWS
March 22, 2009
'Good Food for Good Health' at Graul's The Anne Arundel County Department of Health holds "Good Food for Good Health" weekends at Graul's markets to help consumers select nutritious, low-fat, high-fiber foods. Health educators at nutrition booths will offer information, answer questions and hand out take-home bags with healthy recipes, brochures and a magnet. Hours for the program are 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Fridays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays. The program will be at the 1388 Cape St. Claire Road store today; and Friday, Saturday and March 29 at the 607 Taylor Ave. store, both in Annapolis.
SPORTS
November 30, 2003
The number 8 Consecutive 100-yard rush ing games by Saints RB Deuce McAllister, fifth on the all-time list. The quote "I have the utmost respect for him as a coach and certainly as a defensive mind." Peyton Manning, Colts quarterback, on playing against Bill Belichick-coached teams
ENTERTAINMENT
By GENA R. CHATTIN | March 15, 2007
Spring Shake-Off 2K7, featuring Omarion and Marques Houston, kicks off the season tomorrow at Rams Head Live. Omarion, who left the group B2K in 2005, released his second solo album, 21, late last year with the Timbaland collaboration "Ice Box." Houston (pictured) went solo in 2003 after performing with Immature/IMx. Houston has also worked as a songwriter and in production. DJ K-Swift, Young Leek, Deuce Tre Deuce and Amazon are also slated to perform. Doors for this all-ages show open at 8 p.m. tomorrow at Rams Head Live, 20 Market Place.
TRAVEL
By LOS ANGELES TIMES | November 27, 2005
Visitors to the Las Vegas Strip will see a sight more suited to London than the gambling mecca -- double-decker buses. The Deuce, which the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada launched last month, takes riders on a 4-mile loop from the South Strip Transfer Terminal to the north end. It runs every seven minutes. A ride on the 97-passenger buses costs $2; a day pass is $5. Transportation officials expect the Deuce will carry 37,000 people or more, and they hope that, along with the monorail that runs along the Strip's east side, the buses will alleviate traffic congestion along the Strip "in a fun way," said Ingrid Reisman, a spokeswoman for the commission.
FEATURES
By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,SUN FILM CRITIC | March 15, 1996
I don't know about you, but sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night, sweat-soaked and full of turbulent nightmares, and my lips form a perfect O as a blast of terrible human pain blows from my lungs like the screamer on the bridge in Munch's famous painting. And what I'm screaming is: "I WANT ANOTHER MONKEY MOVIE!"Well, to the rescue comes "Ed" and as my friend Bonzo once said, "There you go again!"It's not even a true monkey movie, like "Dunston Checks In," which, for all its blandness, at least featured an authentic orangutan of surpassing strangeness, beauty and charm.
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By Edward Lee | October 13, 2002
1. Air it out As nervous as Patrick Ramsey might be with his first NFL start coming at home, he faces a New Orleans pass defense that is ranked 27th in the league and surrenders 252.4 yards a game. Wide receivers Rod Gardner, Kevin Lockett and Chris Doering should find plenty of gaps. 2. Score first Washington scored first against the Arizona Cardinals and the Tennessee Titans. The results? Two victories. Putting up the game's first points should energize the crowd at FedEx Field. 3. Clamp down on Aaron Brooks As dangerous as Deuce McAllister is, the New Orleans offense runs through Brooks, who has had a hand in 75.6 percent of the team's total yards.
SPORTS
By KEN MURRAY | September 22, 2002
THREE PLAYERS TO WATCH Giants QB Kerry Collins: After becoming the fourth NFL player to throw for more than 300 yards in five consecutive games, Collins (right) goes for six in a row against Seattle. Saints RB Deuce McAllister: The second-year runner averaged 5.9 yards per carry against the Packers, and the Bears just lost DT Ted Washington. Chiefs RB Priest Holmes: Last year's rushing champion goes against the Patriots' No. 2 rush defense. Holmes already has rushed for four touchdowns.
ENTERTAINMENT
By GENA R. CHATTIN | March 15, 2007
Spring Shake-Off 2K7, featuring Omarion and Marques Houston, kicks off the season tomorrow at Rams Head Live. Omarion, who left the group B2K in 2005, released his second solo album, 21, late last year with the Timbaland collaboration "Ice Box." Houston (pictured) went solo in 2003 after performing with Immature/IMx. Houston has also worked as a songwriter and in production. DJ K-Swift, Young Leek, Deuce Tre Deuce and Amazon are also slated to perform. Doors for this all-ages show open at 8 p.m. tomorrow at Rams Head Live, 20 Market Place.
SPORTS
By GARY SHELTON and GARY SHELTON,St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times | January 15, 2007
NEW ORLEANS -- Somewhere in the upper reaches of the sanctuary known as the Superdome, the noise began not as a cheer so much as a primal scream of approval. It built slowly, louder and stronger, tumbling through the bleachers on its way to the field. There was relief in the sound, and joy and celebration and gratitude for the escape of the moment. It swirled around the building, ebullient, and by the time it reached full volume, the pain had been blocked out. The Saints were playing.
TRAVEL
By LOS ANGELES TIMES | November 27, 2005
Visitors to the Las Vegas Strip will see a sight more suited to London than the gambling mecca -- double-decker buses. The Deuce, which the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada launched last month, takes riders on a 4-mile loop from the South Strip Transfer Terminal to the north end. It runs every seven minutes. A ride on the 97-passenger buses costs $2; a day pass is $5. Transportation officials expect the Deuce will carry 37,000 people or more, and they hope that, along with the monorail that runs along the Strip's east side, the buses will alleviate traffic congestion along the Strip "in a fun way," said Ingrid Reisman, a spokeswoman for the commission.
FEATURES
By Roger Moore and Roger Moore,ORLANDO SENTINEL | August 12, 2005
Who is killing the great "prosti-dudes" of Europe? Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo sends the repellent Rob Schneider male-hooker character to the Old World to solve this mystery. Because the sex-for-hire fellows of the Netherlands, Spain, Italy and Scotland just aren't man enough for the job. How they slipped this bodily fluid-flinging slapshtick past the increasingly deaf and dumb Motion Picture Association of America with only an R rating is the real mystery. Deuce has married and buried his girl from the first film.
SPORTS
November 30, 2003
The number 8 Consecutive 100-yard rush ing games by Saints RB Deuce McAllister, fifth on the all-time list. The quote "I have the utmost respect for him as a coach and certainly as a defensive mind." Peyton Manning, Colts quarterback, on playing against Bill Belichick-coached teams
SPORTS
By Brian Allee-Walsh and Brian Allee-Walsh,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 7, 2002
NEW ORLEANS - The Deuce, in a boot, needs to get loose. It sounds like a corny rhyme, perhaps. But not for the New Orleans Saints, who at 8-4 have positioned themselves for a playoff berth entering the last month of the NFL season. The Saints need running back Deuce McAllister to be reasonably healthy down the stretch if they are to realize their goal of winning the NFC South and ultimately Super Bowl XXXVII. McAllister, who leads the NFC in rushing with 1,049 yards, has been hampered by a sprain of his right ankle since Nov. 17. The one game he missed, against the Cleveland Browns a week later, the Saints lost, 24-15.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Film Critic | September 18, 1992
Of course we look at the cities and we wonder what's to be done. The litany of chaos seems overwhelming, the vortex of pathologies seemingly hellbent on crushing a generation, much in the way World War I claimed a whole generation of British youth.But say this for "South Central": Though it is not a great movie by any stretch of the imagination, it attempts what so few others have dared -- it gives an answer.Somewhat lamely dramatized, it's more like a piece of earnest anthropology that spends its first third explicating the attraction of the gang life to young African-American men, its middle third examining the inevitable consequences of that attraction, and its last third offering a solution.
SPORTS
By Diane Pucin and Diane Pucin,Knight-Ridder News Service | June 6, 1991
PARIS -- Wearing a white baseball cap and a cockeyed grin, Jim Courier didn't try to act cool.He pumped his fist, twirled like a ballerina, waved to everyone and jumped up and down. Jim Courier was a French Open semifinalist, and he was thrilled."It's a big deal to me," he said, "and I couldn't help myself."Courier, a 20-year-old Floridian with a short backswing and a big heart, upset top-seeded Stefan Edberg yesterday, 6-4, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4, in the quarterfinals.In tomorrow's semifinals, Courier, seeded ninth, will play 12th-seeded Michael Stich.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | October 13, 2002
1. Air it out As nervous as Patrick Ramsey might be with his first NFL start coming at home, he faces a New Orleans pass defense that is ranked 27th in the league and surrenders 252.4 yards a game. Wide receivers Rod Gardner, Kevin Lockett and Chris Doering should find plenty of gaps. 2. Score first Washington scored first against the Arizona Cardinals and the Tennessee Titans. The results? Two victories. Putting up the game's first points should energize the crowd at FedEx Field. 3. Clamp down on Aaron Brooks As dangerous as Deuce McAllister is, the New Orleans offense runs through Brooks, who has had a hand in 75.6 percent of the team's total yards.
SPORTS
By KEN MURRAY | September 22, 2002
THREE PLAYERS TO WATCH Giants QB Kerry Collins: After becoming the fourth NFL player to throw for more than 300 yards in five consecutive games, Collins (right) goes for six in a row against Seattle. Saints RB Deuce McAllister: The second-year runner averaged 5.9 yards per carry against the Packers, and the Bears just lost DT Ted Washington. Chiefs RB Priest Holmes: Last year's rushing champion goes against the Patriots' No. 2 rush defense. Holmes already has rushed for four touchdowns.
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