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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2014
White Marsh Mall will be getting a Charlotte Russe, Shoe Dept. Encore and Villa Pizza, mall officials said Monday. Villa Pizza will open first, when it joins the Food Court on the upper level later this summer. Charlotte Russe will open a nearly 5,000-square-foot specialty store in September, across from the Food Court. The retailer specializes in trendy but affordable junior apparel, jewelry, shoes and accessories. Shoe Dept. Encore will open in more than 10,000 square feet, also in September, on the lower level near JCPenney, specializing in affordable men's, women's and children's footwear.
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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2014
White Marsh Mall will be getting a Charlotte Russe, Shoe Dept. Encore and Villa Pizza, mall officials said Monday. Villa Pizza will open first, when it joins the Food Court on the upper level later this summer. Charlotte Russe will open a nearly 5,000-square-foot specialty store in September, across from the Food Court. The retailer specializes in trendy but affordable junior apparel, jewelry, shoes and accessories. Shoe Dept. Encore will open in more than 10,000 square feet, also in September, on the lower level near JCPenney, specializing in affordable men's, women's and children's footwear.
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By LAURA VOZZELLA | August 24, 2007
Keiffer Mitchell, trying to give the boot to the mayor who once famously brandished a shoe, has resorted to footwear theatrics of his own. At a meeting with his campaign staff two weeks ago, Mitchell tossed his black dress shoes in the trash and - even more startling - unveiled his new look: dark business suit with work boots. "These are what I'm going to be wearing now because we have some work to do and we have a lot of you-know-what to go through," Mitchell recalls telling his staff.
SPORTS
By Brian Paxton, The Baltimore Sun | February 21, 2013
Three banners hang from the wall in the wrestling room at Kenwood. One lists the school's state champions, another honors the school's Baltimore County champions and a third commemorates a junior varsity county championship. At first, that third banner embarrassed Nyonbou "Boo" Farley. He doesn't like to call attention to himself. But two years later, he knows how much it means. After finishing second in the Baltimore County championships last week, Farley's 30-2 record in the 160-pound weight class earned him the top seed in this weekend's Class 4A-3A North regional tournament with a chance to earn a berth in the state championship on March 1-2 at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House.
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By SUSANNE TROWBRIDGE | February 24, 1991
From bright, Pucci-print legwear to Jackie Kennedy pillbox hats, the hottest accessories for spring will have a definite '60s feel. Even in workday wardrobes, "flower power" is back with a vengeance."
FEATURES
By Rob Kasper | September 5, 1998
IT DOESN'T SEEM like September to me until I have gone shoe shopping with one of my kids. I am not talking about dress shoes here. I'm talking about athletic shoes, cleats.So the other night I trekked out to a distant, soulless sports mart. There I measured feet, studied displays and debated with one of my kids the pros and cons of shelling out good money for "cool" footwear.I was not alone. All around me, football moms and soccer dads were pulling shoes out of boxes and trying them on their nimble offspring.
SPORTS
By Brian Paxton, The Baltimore Sun | February 21, 2013
Three banners hang from the wall in the wrestling room at Kenwood. One lists the school's state champions, another honors the school's Baltimore County champions and a third commemorates a junior varsity county championship. At first, that third banner embarrassed Nyonbou "Boo" Farley. He doesn't like to call attention to himself. But two years later, he knows how much it means. After finishing second in the Baltimore County championships last week, Farley's 30-2 record in the 160-pound weight class earned him the top seed in this weekend's Class 4A-3A North regional tournament with a chance to earn a berth in the state championship on March 1-2 at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House.
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By Abigail Tucker and Abigail Tucker,Sun reporter | September 11, 2006
What's strange is that it no longer seems strange, this spectacle. The empty loafers cruising down the conveyer belt. The flip-flops dumped in the plastic bin. The booties of a tiny boy, whipped off by his mother and loaded into the X-ray machine, alongside his baggie of cereal snacks. "I'm sorry, I'm sorry," a harried woman says. She has forgotten to remove her shoes. She fumbles with the laces under the stare of a uniformed worker wearing regulation black sneakers.
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By Lucie Lehmann Snodgrass and Lucie Lehmann Snodgrass,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 31, 2001
My father never had any formal training as a chef, but he was from Switzerland, where fine cuisine and fresh ingredients are common. His mother was a superb cook, his father a skilled gatherer of wild mushrooms, herbs, nuts and berries. They were the only teachers he needed. After we moved to America in the early 1960s, my father sought out the best butcher and green grocer he could find and became their most loyal and discerning customer. An otherwise embarrassingly frugal man who was convinced a good pair of shoes should cost under $20, he thought nothing of buying the finest cuts of beef and the freshest ingredients.
NEWS
By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff Writer | December 1, 1992
A man serving five life sentences for rapes in Anne Arundel County stands trial this week in the first of two rape cases he faces in Howard Circuit Court.Testimony is expected to open tomorrow in the case of Michael Devon Armstead, a 33-year-old Brooklyn Park resident who is charged with first-degree rape and 12 other counts in a January 1991 attack of an Ellicott City woman.Armstead is accused of breaking into an Ellicott City house and raping its owner on Jan. 29, 1991.Jury selection for the trial is continuing today despite efforts by Louis Willemin, a public defender representing Armstead, to get proceedings delayed because his client did not have a suit, tie and dress shoes to wear.
NEWS
By LAURA VOZZELLA | August 24, 2007
Keiffer Mitchell, trying to give the boot to the mayor who once famously brandished a shoe, has resorted to footwear theatrics of his own. At a meeting with his campaign staff two weeks ago, Mitchell tossed his black dress shoes in the trash and - even more startling - unveiled his new look: dark business suit with work boots. "These are what I'm going to be wearing now because we have some work to do and we have a lot of you-know-what to go through," Mitchell recalls telling his staff.
FEATURES
By Abigail Tucker and Abigail Tucker,Sun reporter | September 11, 2006
What's strange is that it no longer seems strange, this spectacle. The empty loafers cruising down the conveyer belt. The flip-flops dumped in the plastic bin. The booties of a tiny boy, whipped off by his mother and loaded into the X-ray machine, alongside his baggie of cereal snacks. "I'm sorry, I'm sorry," a harried woman says. She has forgotten to remove her shoes. She fumbles with the laces under the stare of a uniformed worker wearing regulation black sneakers.
FEATURES
By Lucie Lehmann Snodgrass and Lucie Lehmann Snodgrass,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 31, 2001
My father never had any formal training as a chef, but he was from Switzerland, where fine cuisine and fresh ingredients are common. His mother was a superb cook, his father a skilled gatherer of wild mushrooms, herbs, nuts and berries. They were the only teachers he needed. After we moved to America in the early 1960s, my father sought out the best butcher and green grocer he could find and became their most loyal and discerning customer. An otherwise embarrassingly frugal man who was convinced a good pair of shoes should cost under $20, he thought nothing of buying the finest cuts of beef and the freshest ingredients.
FEATURES
By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | September 24, 1998
Irish dancer Katie Fox understands a performer must pay as much attention to her dress as her steps.Fox, a Loch Raven High School sophomore and honors student from Towson, has learned to abide by the judge's criteria, which can be as unforgiving as an Olympic skating judge's. Luckily, in the rest of her life this ardent athlete, actress and fiddle player can throw on a pair of jeans and a T-shirt and feel right at home.Since she was 7, Katie Fox has been a student of the Broesler School of Irish Dance.
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By Rob Kasper | September 5, 1998
IT DOESN'T SEEM like September to me until I have gone shoe shopping with one of my kids. I am not talking about dress shoes here. I'm talking about athletic shoes, cleats.So the other night I trekked out to a distant, soulless sports mart. There I measured feet, studied displays and debated with one of my kids the pros and cons of shelling out good money for "cool" footwear.I was not alone. All around me, football moms and soccer dads were pulling shoes out of boxes and trying them on their nimble offspring.
NEWS
By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff Writer | December 1, 1992
A man serving five life sentences for rapes in Anne Arundel County stands trial this week in the first of two rape cases he faces in Howard Circuit Court.Testimony is expected to open tomorrow in the case of Michael Devon Armstead, a 33-year-old Brooklyn Park resident who is charged with first-degree rape and 12 other counts in a January 1991 attack of an Ellicott City woman.Armstead is accused of breaking into an Ellicott City house and raping its owner on Jan. 29, 1991.Jury selection for the trial is continuing today despite efforts by Louis Willemin, a public defender representing Armstead, to get proceedings delayed because his client did not have a suit, tie and dress shoes to wear.
FEATURES
By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | September 24, 1998
Irish dancer Katie Fox understands a performer must pay as much attention to her dress as her steps.Fox, a Loch Raven High School sophomore and honors student from Towson, has learned to abide by the judge's criteria, which can be as unforgiving as an Olympic skating judge's. Luckily, in the rest of her life this ardent athlete, actress and fiddle player can throw on a pair of jeans and a T-shirt and feel right at home.Since she was 7, Katie Fox has been a student of the Broesler School of Irish Dance.
SPORTS
By RAY FRAGER | March 27, 2007
HBO's documentary The UCLA Dynasty (which debuted last night at 10, with numerous replays) is so full of wonderful images that it's hard to pick just one, but this might be my favorite: Former players recall how coach John Wooden's attention to detail went all the way down to instructing them in the correct way to put on their socks. Then several of the ex-players interviewed - in their 50s, 60s - take off their dress shoes and demonstrate how they haven't forgotten the exact manner in which Wooden wanted them to carefully unroll the sock over the foot to avoid creases that might possibly produce blisters.
NEWS
By SUSANNE TROWBRIDGE | February 24, 1991
From bright, Pucci-print legwear to Jackie Kennedy pillbox hats, the hottest accessories for spring will have a definite '60s feel. Even in workday wardrobes, "flower power" is back with a vengeance."
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