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February 14, 2007
On February 10, 2007 WOODROW EUROPA; beloved husband of Michelle Europa A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday at VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES (RANDALLSTOWN) 8728 LIBERTY Rd., beginning at 2:00 P.M.
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By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Sun Film Critic | October 31, 1991
"Europa, Europa" argues that it is better to live on one's knees than to die on one's knees.Put another way, it postulates that heroic action, that mainstay of the Western imagination since Homer, is a sentimental luxury in a world dedicated to the destruction of an entire culture. It further maintains, with Lear, that ripeness is all and that death always sucks. Agnieszka Holland's great film, which opens today at the Charles, follows a young German Jew who, through fantastic good fortune and not a few kernels of inspired thespianism, managed to survive the Holocaust by hiding in the very belly of the beast itself.
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By Frank Roylance and Frank Roylance,frank.roylance@baltsun.com | December 20, 2009
In December 1609, German astronomer Simon Mayr, observing Jupiter through a telescope, noticed four dots of light in shifting alignments on either side of the planet. He concluded they were orbiting moons. Galileo Galilei spied the moons at the same time, but he published the discovery first and so got the credit. But Guy Ottewell's Astronomical Calendar notes it was Mayr's names for the moons - Io, Callisto, Ganymede and Europa - that stuck.
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By MARY JOHNSON and MARY JOHNSON,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 18, 2005
In the 110 years since its premiere, La Boheme has become one of the world's most famous - and favorite - operas. It was discovered by mainstream filmgoers in the 1987 movie Moonstruck and by Broadway theatergoers in Baz Luhrmann's 2002 adaptation that moved the action forward from 1840 to 1957 Paris. But Opera Verdi Europa's production of Giacomo Puccini's classic opera at the Bob Hope Performing Arts Center on Nov. 8 - the second offering in the Naval Academy's Distinguished Artists Series - was restrained and slow to come alive.
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By DALLAS MORNING NEWS | December 22, 1997
DALLAS -- The Galileo spacecraft just keeps going and going, despite a crippled antenna.Two years after the probe started exploring Jupiter and its moons, NASA has decided to extend the Galileo mission for another 24 months."
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,Sun Staff Writer | February 23, 1995
A Johns Hopkins University astrophysicist has discovered an oxygen atmosphere on Europa, the "ice-moon" of Jupiter. But don't pack your bags.It's 230 degrees below zero out there, 483 million miles from the sun. And the atmosphere at Europa's surface is as wispy as Earth's 150 miles above the ground, near where the space shuttle flies."
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | October 5, 2007
The Rape of Europa horrifies you with its depiction of the Nazis' assault on Western culture but also inspires you with its portrait of dedicated museum workers and archivists and a U.S. Army team known as "monuments men" who saved much of Europe's artistic legacy from destruction. In this cogent documentary, writers-directors Richard Berge, Bonni Cohen and Nicole Newnham, working from Lynn H. Nicholas' groundbreaking 1994 book, take an illuminating and inclusive look at their still-incendiary subject.
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By Frank Roylance and Frank Roylance,frank.roylance@baltsun.com | December 20, 2009
In December 1609, German astronomer Simon Mayr, observing Jupiter through a telescope, noticed four dots of light in shifting alignments on either side of the planet. He concluded they were orbiting moons. Galileo Galilei spied the moons at the same time, but he published the discovery first and so got the credit. But Guy Ottewell's Astronomical Calendar notes it was Mayr's names for the moons - Io, Callisto, Ganymede and Europa - that stuck.
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By Dan Berger | April 11, 1997
The CIA sure knows how to keep a secret from the Army. You'd never suspect they were on the same side.It's no good knocking down alternate houses. The city has to do the whole block if it wants to replace the wreckage with anything useful.If Alex. Brown had any sense, it would move Bankers Trust to Bawlamer.Cheer up. They found an ocean on Europa.Pub Date: 4/11/97
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | October 5, 2007
The Rape of Europa horrifies you with its depiction of the Nazis' assault on Western culture but also inspires you with its portrait of dedicated museum workers and archivists and a U.S. Army team known as "monuments men" who saved much of Europe's artistic legacy from destruction. In this cogent documentary, writers-directors Richard Berge, Bonni Cohen and Nicole Newnham, working from Lynn H. Nicholas' groundbreaking 1994 book, take an illuminating and inclusive look at their still-incendiary subject.
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September 28, 2007
INTO THE WILD -- (Paramount Vantage) Sean Penn directs a story about a young man (Emile Hirsch) who leaves behind his life for the Alaska wilderness. FEEL THE NOISE -- (Tri-Star) A Harlem rapper (Omarion Grandberry) finds a new beat in the Reggaeton sound. THE JANE AUSTEN BOOK CLUB -- (Sony Classics) Contemporary Californians start a club to discuss the works of Jane Austen, only to find their relationships begin to match her novels. THE HEARTBREAK KID -- (Paramount Pictures) Ben Stiller rejoins the Farrelly brothers in the tale of a new hubby who meets his soulmate on his honeymoon.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Reporter | September 10, 2007
From the moment he arrived at McDaniel College in Westminster in late July for training camp, Ravens linebacker Jarret Johnson has had to answer countless questions about being the only new addition to a defense ranked first in the NFL last season. Tonight in the season opener on the road against the Cincinnati Bengals, Johnson will see if he can erase any remaining doubt about replacing Adalius Thomas, a two-time Pro Bowl player who left as a free agent for the New England Patriots. For Johnson, it is just part of the process that began when he was drafted by the Ravens in the fourth round out of Alabama four years ago, eventually played defensive end and linebacker and now is expected to step in where Thomas left off as one of the unit's most versatile players.
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February 14, 2007
On February 10, 2007 WOODROW EUROPA; beloved husband of Michelle Europa A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday at VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES (RANDALLSTOWN) 8728 LIBERTY Rd., beginning at 2:00 P.M.
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By BEVERLY BEYETTE and BEVERLY BEYETTE,LOS ANGELES TIMES | June 18, 2006
While other cruise ship passengers lounge in deck chairs, Douglas Ward is peering under his bed, running a finger along a deck to check for dirt, making a mental note at lunch that -- horrors -- the butter is in packets, not in "proper little iced dishes." "I'm not really snooping," he says during a phone interview from his home near Southampton, England. "I'm observing." That's his job. Ward is author of the Berlitz Complete Guide to Cruising & Cruise Ships 2006, which evaluates 269 ships, large and small, budget and luxury.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | March 2, 2006
WASHINGTON -- Some of the most ballyhooed missions on NASA's scientific agenda would be postponed indefinitely or perhaps canceled under the agency's new budget proposal, despite its administrator's vow to Congress six months ago that not "one thin dime" would be taken from space science to pay for President Bush's plan to send astronauts to the moon and Mars. The cuts come to $3 billion over the next five years, as NASA's total spending grows by 3.2 percent this year, to $16.8 billion.
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By MARY JOHNSON and MARY JOHNSON,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 18, 2005
In the 110 years since its premiere, La Boheme has become one of the world's most famous - and favorite - operas. It was discovered by mainstream filmgoers in the 1987 movie Moonstruck and by Broadway theatergoers in Baz Luhrmann's 2002 adaptation that moved the action forward from 1840 to 1957 Paris. But Opera Verdi Europa's production of Giacomo Puccini's classic opera at the Bob Hope Performing Arts Center on Nov. 8 - the second offering in the Naval Academy's Distinguished Artists Series - was restrained and slow to come alive.
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