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September 12, 2013
Ice Champions LIVE offers the opportunity to see Olympic and world champions perform on Sunday, Sept. 15, at 4 p.m. at the Gardens Ice House, 13800 Old Gunpowder Road. International superstars of figure skating expected to participate are Ekaterina Gordeeva, Kimmie Meissner, Michael Weiss, Ryan Bradley and Adam Rippon. Presented by Michael Weiss Foundation, this event is a fundraiser for scholarships for aspiring Olympians. There will also be a silent auction featuring skaters' personal memorabilia as well as items from local artists, jewelers and restaurants.
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September 12, 2013
Ice Champions LIVE offers the opportunity to see Olympic and world champions perform on Sunday, Sept. 15, at 4 p.m. at the Gardens Ice House, 13800 Old Gunpowder Road. International superstars of figure skating expected to participate are Ekaterina Gordeeva, Kimmie Meissner, Michael Weiss, Ryan Bradley and Adam Rippon. Presented by Michael Weiss Foundation, this event is a fundraiser for scholarships for aspiring Olympians. There will also be a silent auction featuring skaters' personal memorabilia as well as items from local artists, jewelers and restaurants.
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ENTERTAINMENT
March 31, 2005
COMING UP The calendar may say spring, but it sure feels like the Winter Olympics inside the 1st Mariner Arena. Venture inside and you'll see the huge ice rink. And more than that, you'll see seven Olympic gold medalists, who will all be performing Saturday, as part of "Smucker's Stars on Ice." Skating fans can catch 2002 Olympic champions Sarah Hughes, Jamie Sale and David Pelletier, Alexei Yagudin, Elena Berezhnaya and Anton Sikharulidze. Also performing will be Ekaterina Gordeeva (right)
ENTERTAINMENT
March 31, 2005
COMING UP The calendar may say spring, but it sure feels like the Winter Olympics inside the 1st Mariner Arena. Venture inside and you'll see the huge ice rink. And more than that, you'll see seven Olympic gold medalists, who will all be performing Saturday, as part of "Smucker's Stars on Ice." Skating fans can catch 2002 Olympic champions Sarah Hughes, Jamie Sale and David Pelletier, Alexei Yagudin, Elena Berezhnaya and Anton Sikharulidze. Also performing will be Ekaterina Gordeeva (right)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sarah Kickler | December 23, 1999
Homage to Hank WilliamsCountry-music legend Hank Williams will be honored Tuesday at the Ram's Head Tavern in Annapolis. Musicians Bill Kirchen, Robin and Linda Williams and John Starling have put together a tribute show that recognizes the legacy of the singer-songwriter, who died at age 29 on New Year's Eve 1953. Listen for such timeless Williams hits as "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" and "Your Cheatin' Heart." Show time is 8: 30 p.m., and tickets are $16.50. Call 410-268-4545.Christmas in the countryCelebrate the holidays country-style at the seventh annual Christmas in the Country Church Tour.
SPORTS
February 27, 1994
Gold-medal winner Oksana Baiul, silver medalist Nancy Kerrigan and bronze medalist Chen Lu head an impressive lineup for the Campbell's Soups 1994 Tour of World Figure Skating Champions, coming to the Baltimore Arena on Sunday, April 17.The cast also includes Surya Bonaly, who finished fourth in the women's competition, and men's Olympic stars Elvis Stojko (silver), Philippe Candeloro (bronze), Viktor Petrenko, Brian Boitano and Scott Davis.Pairs gold medalists Ekaterina Gordeeva and Sergei Grinkov will be there, as will Marina Klimova and Sergei Ponomarenko, Natalia Michkouteniok and Arthur Dmitriev, Isabelle and Paul Duchesnay, Maia Usova and Alexander Zhjulin, Isabelle Brasseur and Lloyd Eisler and Jennie Meno and Todd Sand.
SPORTS
By Susan Reimer and Susan Reimer,Evening Sun Staff | December 9, 1991
Robin Cousins and Scott Hamilton were talking about takin VTC one more shot before the next generation of skaters pushed them out. Debi Thomas is making her personal farewell tour before entering medical school in the fall. Brian Boitano promised to push his fight to regain Olympic eligibility so he could shift his focus to those Games.You might not recognize the NutraSweet World ProfessionaFigure Skating Championships when it convenes at the Capital Centre next December for its 13th installment.
SPORTS
December 7, 1990
What: NutraSweet World Professional Figure Skating ChampionshipsSite: Capital Centre, Landover, tomorrow, 7 p.m.dTC Tickets: About 2,000 of 18,000 tickets are left. $35 and $22.50.Available by calling TicketCenter at 481-6000.TV: A tape of the 11th annual championships will be televised by NBC on "SportsWorld" Jan. 26-27.Women: Two-time defending champion Debi Thomas; Denise Biellmann, who defeated Thomas in the Challenge of Champions, the Moscow stop in this event; Elizabeth Manley of Canada, in her first pro competition since upsetting Thomas for the Olympic silver medal in Calgary in 1988; Rosalynn Sumners, the 1984 silver medalist and third-place finisher last year.
ENTERTAINMENT
By [GENA CHATTIN] | March 22, 2007
'UNPREDICTABLE' JAMIE FOXX Multitalented Jamie Foxx has earned almost every accolade available to a modern performer. He's been loved as a comedian, honored as an actor and praised as a vocalist. The Oscar winner and Grammy nominee combines his many talents for a music and comedy show Sunday at 1st Mariner Arena. Foxx's Baltimore show is one stop on his 30-city "Unpredictable" tour. Fresh from an acting role in the critically acclaimed Dreamgirls, Foxx has put together a combination of songs from his hit album Unpredictable and the comedy talents that lifted him to stardom.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | December 26, 1997
They are different now, their lives forever changed, yet they remain very much the same. Scott Hamilton is still the playful imp, Ekaterina Gordeeva the shy princess. They were once part of the same world. Now, they are members of the same extended family.When they appear tomorrow at Baltimore Arena in the first of a 57-city Discover Stars On Ice tour, Hamilton and Gordeeva will be part of a cast that also includes fellow Olympic gold medalists Kristi Yamaguchi and Katarina Witt.That they are performing at all is a testimony to their strength, drawn from each other, from within as well as from those around them, including their fans.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sarah Kickler | December 23, 1999
Homage to Hank WilliamsCountry-music legend Hank Williams will be honored Tuesday at the Ram's Head Tavern in Annapolis. Musicians Bill Kirchen, Robin and Linda Williams and John Starling have put together a tribute show that recognizes the legacy of the singer-songwriter, who died at age 29 on New Year's Eve 1953. Listen for such timeless Williams hits as "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" and "Your Cheatin' Heart." Show time is 8: 30 p.m., and tickets are $16.50. Call 410-268-4545.Christmas in the countryCelebrate the holidays country-style at the seventh annual Christmas in the Country Church Tour.
SPORTS
By RAY FRAGER | February 16, 1994
CBS opened its pairs figure skating coverage last night with the Drifters' "Save the Last Dance for Me," an eloquent call-to-sequins for the skating.Later, we got Verne Lundquist talking about inner sanctums and harsh lights of competition. And partner Tracy Wilson was speaking of the pair skating to "the story of their life. They're telling . . . the story of their love for each other."Me, I'd stick with the Drifters.Lundquist, Wilson and Scott Hamilton demonstrated the value of being unobtrusive last night.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | December 8, 1995
LANDOVER -- For four days afterward, Alexander Zhulin and Maia Usova went back to the rink in Lake Placid, N.Y., where their friend and countryman, Sergei Grinkov, had died.For four days, they tried to skate, tried to prepare for an ice show that was ultimately postponed, tried to continue with their lives."We would skate for about 15 minutes, then we would stop and cry," Zhulin recalled yesterday.A week after Grinkov's death from a massive heart attack at age 28, these former world champion and 1994 Olympic silver medalist ice dancers went to perform at a show in New York's Central Park.
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