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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2013
Goucher, which wrapped up the top seed and home-field advantage in the upcoming Landmark Conference tournament, will conclude the regular season with Saturday's home contest against the Merchant Marine. The Mariners will visit Gopher Stadium again on Wednesday as Goucher's semifinal opponent in the conference tournament. Gophers coach Brian Kelly compared Saturday's game to a “dress rehearsal” for the tournament. “It's obviously a dress rehearsal for a game that will have a lot of significance for Wednesday,” he said Tuesday.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2013
Goucher, which wrapped up the top seed and home-field advantage in the upcoming Landmark Conference tournament, will conclude the regular season with Saturday's home contest against the Merchant Marine. The Mariners will visit Gopher Stadium again on Wednesday as Goucher's semifinal opponent in the conference tournament. Gophers coach Brian Kelly compared Saturday's game to a “dress rehearsal” for the tournament. “It's obviously a dress rehearsal for a game that will have a lot of significance for Wednesday,” he said Tuesday.
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NEWS
November 7, 1994
One of the things I truly love about getting older is the myriad opportunities that are given me to learn that stereotypes and assumptions are equally risky, and that having them shattered can be great fun.A case in point is opera. I grew up with a Mom who went to opera but didn't play it at home and an image of the typical opera buff as a New Yorker cartoon in formal dress with massive bosom or belly. (My mother, of course, was an aberration).Come to find out, the human voice is an extraordinary instrument, the stories of opera can be every bit as breathtaking as the novels I tend to immerse myself in. And, there are many folks, old and young, who can make the transition from Parton to Pavarotti in the blink of an eye, without blushing.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2012
Over the last two weeks, the Ravens' starters have remained in preseason form. The first-team offense has gotten in the end zone once on seven total drives. The first-team defense has barely touched the opposing quarterback while the secondary has allowed a receiver to eclipse the 100-yard plateau in consecutive weeks. With the starters expected to play sparingly - if at all - in next week's preseason finale against the St. Louis Ramsat the Edward Jones Dome, the Ravens' Thursday night matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars at M&T Bank Stadium is essentially their last chance to build some momentum heading into the Sept.
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By Tom Bowman and Tom Bowman,Staff Writer | September 19, 1993
One candidate sees Tuesday's Republican mayoral primary in Annapolis as a "dress rehearsal," while another sees it as a chance to shake up the GOP old order."
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By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,SUN STAFF | June 7, 2002
After 30 weeks of Hello, Dolly! rehearsals, the No Boundaries drama troupe was getting antsy. Members were ready to perform, and all the last-minute costume adjustments and stage reminders just before their final dress rehearsal this week at the "black box theatre" in Ellicott City were making them restless. While they waited for the lights to dim, they shot nervous grins at one another, practiced dance steps, commanded others to calm down and giggled - a lot. But once the music began, they were all business (show business)
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | September 29, 2000
It's back by popular demand and could be the toughest ticket in town. Crowds overflowed the sole previous performance of "A New Windsor Ballad," a musical play about the small town near Carroll County's western border. Doris Pierce, a member of the New Windsor Heritage Committee, wrote the play for the 1997 bicentennial of its founding. The story begins in 1788 and ends with a cast-and-audience rendition of "On New Windsor" - the song of a school that closed in 1957. "The alumni still sing it at their meetings," Pierce said.
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,SUN STAFF Sun staff writers Eduardo Encina, Bill Free, Edward Lee, Howard Libit, Sandra McKee, Gerard Shields and Peter Hermann contributed to this article | August 9, 1998
For a dress rehearsal, it was a pretty good show: the traffic flowed easier than expected, the crowd was less rowdy than feared and the Ravens even won.A total of 65,938 fans christened the new stadium at Camden Yards in what the team billed as a pre-opener opener. The real thing will take place Sept. 6, when the Steelers come to town for the first regular season game.But last night's game was the first glimpse of the much-anticipated stadium under game-like conditions. Other than overcrowding problems with light rail, there were few complaints.
NEWS
March 28, 1997
Yesterday's edition of Live gave incorrect dates for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's performances of "Carmina Burana" under conductor Sergiu Comissiona. Besides a dress rehearsal Wednesday, the performances are April 3, 4 and 5. Call for information.The Sun regrets the errors.Pub Date: 3/28/97
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By Sam Sessa | July 7, 2005
Summer evening at Evergreen Where: Evergreen House at 4545 N. Charles St. When: 5 p.m. today Why: Because a little culture is good for the spirit, and a little free culture is even better. Tour resident artist Amy Chan's studio at 5 p.m. and then catch a free 7 p.m. dress rehearsal of The Merry Wives of Windsor performed by the Baltimore Shakespeare Festival. Feel free to pack a basket and have a picnic on Evergreen's grounds. Information: 410-516-0341, www.jhu.edu/historichouses. Free.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | jeff.zrebiec@baltsun.com | April 4, 2010
It was about four hours before game time late last season, and Dave Trembley and Rick Kranitz were looking everywhere for their prized young pitcher. They searched the clubhouse, the training room, the dugout and even the seats at Camden Yards. When all those pursuits failed, Trembley called Brian Matusz's cell phone and got no answer. The Orioles' manager and pitching coach, as well as president of baseball operations Andy MacPhail, wanted to meet with Matusz to tell him that his whirlwind season was officially over.
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By KAREN NITKIN and KAREN NITKIN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 2, 2006
For pupils at Dunloggin Middle School, it is hard to say which aspect of the annual talent show is more appealing: the opportunity to showcase your skills in front of your classmates or the pleasure of watching your teachers look silly. Both pleasures were in ample supply Thursday, the day of the 11th talent show. About 25 acts, ranging from Irish step-dance numbers and a tumbling routine to solo and group songs, were performed in the darkened cafeteria during the day, with a repeat scheduled for family and friends in the evening.
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By Sam Sessa | July 7, 2005
Summer evening at Evergreen Where: Evergreen House at 4545 N. Charles St. When: 5 p.m. today Why: Because a little culture is good for the spirit, and a little free culture is even better. Tour resident artist Amy Chan's studio at 5 p.m. and then catch a free 7 p.m. dress rehearsal of The Merry Wives of Windsor performed by the Baltimore Shakespeare Festival. Feel free to pack a basket and have a picnic on Evergreen's grounds. Information: 410-516-0341, www.jhu.edu/historichouses. Free.
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April 7, 2005
Outside Community Built Playgrounds Inc. plans to have a new playground built at Stadium Place by April 17. Find out how to help. page 27 Eats Luna Bella -- a brick-oven pizza place in Columbia's Hickory Ridge Village Center -- has opened a second location in Ellicott City that also offers traditional Italian dishes as well as lighter fare. page 15 Scene Egyptian Sun Raqs, an annual belly-dancing recital taking place tomorrow night at Shriver Hall, will feature dancers balancing trays of candles, bowls of fire and even flaming swords.
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,SUN STAFF | April 4, 2005
WASHINGTON - The sky was gray and a biting wind whipped around RFK Stadium as a hometown baseball team took the field in the nation's capital yesterday for the first time since 1971. The dreary weather was a small price to pay for a city that endured 33 years of waiting - and various perceived slights from Major League Baseball - as it waited for the game's return. The Washington Nationals' preseason game against the New York Mets was a day for shrugging off temperatures in the 40s and an assortment of other first-game inconveniences for fans and players alike.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | June 24, 2004
Perhaps by 8 tonight, Shaun Livingston's young life will get a sense of regularity back to it and he'll know where the next three to four years of it will be spent. If nothing else, a month's worth of running, literally, from one NBA practice gym to another will stop long enough for Livingston, a 6-foot-7 high school guard from Peoria, Ill., and a host of other hopefuls to learn their immediate fate. On this day, less than a week before tonight's draft, Livingston paused outside the Washington Wizards' practice court at MCI Center to ponder the toll the pre-draft process has taken on him. "It's real cutthroat out here," Livingston said.
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April 7, 2005
Outside Community Built Playgrounds Inc. plans to have a new playground built at Stadium Place by April 17. Find out how to help. page 27 Eats Luna Bella -- a brick-oven pizza place in Columbia's Hickory Ridge Village Center -- has opened a second location in Ellicott City that also offers traditional Italian dishes as well as lighter fare. page 15 Scene Egyptian Sun Raqs, an annual belly-dancing recital taking place tomorrow night at Shriver Hall, will feature dancers balancing trays of candles, bowls of fire and even flaming swords.
NEWS
November 9, 1994
BALTIMORE'S major arts and cultural institutions have been doing a fine job of reaching out to young people through field trips, school visits by local performing artists and reduced-rate or free admission to evening theater and concert performances. Arts administrators recognize the value of investing in young people who will become the adult audiences of the future.Institutions like the Baltimore Opera Company have redoubled their efforts to introduce impressionable young minds to the works of the great masters by making available many seats at the dress rehearsal performances that precede opening night.
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By Jesse McKinley and Jesse McKinley,N.Y. TIMES NEWS SERVICE | June 9, 2003
The piano perched on a platform above Duffy Square yesterday morning should have been the first sign that producers of this year's Tony Awards ceremony were serious about breaking their show's extended ratings slump. Billy Joel used the piano - a Kurzweil - to welcome audiences, live in Times Square and on television, to an entertainment-packed broadcast. Producers promised that this year's event - at Radio City Music Hall and broadcast on CBS - would be both an awards ceremony and an entertainment show.
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By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,SUN STAFF | June 7, 2002
After 30 weeks of Hello, Dolly! rehearsals, the No Boundaries drama troupe was getting antsy. Members were ready to perform, and all the last-minute costume adjustments and stage reminders just before their final dress rehearsal this week at the "black box theatre" in Ellicott City were making them restless. While they waited for the lights to dim, they shot nervous grins at one another, practiced dance steps, commanded others to calm down and giggled - a lot. But once the music began, they were all business (show business)
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