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October 12, 2011
Baltimore-native Julie Bowen stopped by "The Tonight Show" Tuesday for an extended chat with host Jay Leno. The newly crowned Emmy-winner wasn;t afraid to be goofy as she talked about her past and well as her successful present.  
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October 12, 2011
Baltimore-native Julie Bowen stopped by "The Tonight Show" Tuesday for an extended chat with host Jay Leno. The newly crowned Emmy-winner wasn;t afraid to be goofy as she talked about her past and well as her successful present.  
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By Kevin Cowherd | November 1, 1993
The first thing that needs to be pointed out is that tall good-looking guys with flowing blond hair and lots of muscles don't intimidate me.I am no girlie-man myself, which you would recognize instantly if I were to stop and shake your hand and reveal a steely grip that brings upward of 400 pounds per square inch of pressure across your puny palm. You'd have tears in your eyes, believe me.At the gas station the other day, a woman was eyeing me like I was six pounds of prime chuck, or whatever that good kind of meat is.Finally, I just lost it and said: "Hey, honey, why don't you take a picture?
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By b staff | August 9, 2011
MTV is airing its fist-pumping-gone-Italian Season 4 of “Jersey Shore.” The most logical question is: Who on the show do you relate to the most?  Pauly. For saying “I'm not from around here,” when explaining why he couldn't unclog a toilet. I, too, make up pathetic excuses to get out of housework.  -   Luke Broadwater, managing editor,  b Danny, the Shore Store boss, because he actually got to fire Angelina, the most annoying of this overcooked, idiotic tribe.  -   Anne Tallent, editor,   b The duck phone because I'm hard to figure out.  -   Wesley Case, reporter,   b The grenade horn.  -   Jordan Bartel, assistant editor,   b I'll go with Ronnie's Dad. Cop mustache and crisp tan ... me in a nutshell.  -   Molly McLaughlin, intern,   b None of them!
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By Beth Hannan and Beth Hannan,Contributing Writer | October 27, 1993
Fabio, Fabio, Fabio. Italian love god. Your books, calendars and videos stir the passion of millions, but not all of that passion is the bodice-ripping, sultry-eyed, hot-flames-of-desire variety.We asked male readers to tell us what they thought of Fabio. Did they think he was intimidating, nauseating or boring?None of the responses was apathetic. Of the 53 calls we received, 21 were either from women (sorry, ladies, we said this poll was for men only) or were anonymous. Of the remaining 32 responses, 15 were negative, 16 were positive and one was mixed.
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By Mary Corey and Mary Corey,Sun StaffStaff Writer | October 23, 1993
Fabio stretches out in his silver limo and sighs. For hours, fans have been hungry for his affection, and he has been their servant. He's tenderly embraced them, caressed their cheeks, swept them up in his strong arms. Now he needs to relax.And how does the "Prince of Passion" unwind after a hard day at work?He talks about lingerie."I laaaahv lingerie," he says with a husky laugh. "Nothing is more exciting. Oooh, I lahv black. I lahv peach . . . red . . . pink. I like all zee gears, all zee garters.
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May 12, 1995
IF A CD has a picture of Madonna on the front, one would expect to hear her on the disk. Something sold as a hamburger should have meat in it. Ketchup should contain tomatoes.And if Mel Gibson is on the poster hung outside a movie theater, then Mel Gibson should be in the movie.So what happened to the book industry? How did they slip through the cracks?What's in the book is often not what's on the cover. The novel about the average-looking, middle-aged brunette has a svelte young beauty on the cover with flaming red hair down to her waist.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,chris.kaltenbach@baltsun.com | September 25, 2009
"Lorna's Silence" speaks volumes. Its hero, played to ambivalent perfection by Albanian actress Arta Dobroshi, is an Albanian immigrant who's the borderline-unwilling centerpiece of a shady citizenship scam. She's married to a junkie named Claudy (Jeremie Renier), and the plan dreamed up by Lorna's pimp/accomplice, Fabio (Fabrizio Rongione), is for Claudy to die soon of an overdose - either forced or self-administered. Fabio doesn't care which. Then, he can marry Lorna off to a Russian who wants to stay in Belgium (since Lorna had been married to a Belgian, see, she's now a Belgian citizen, meaning her new husband would become one, too)
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By b staff | August 9, 2011
MTV is airing its fist-pumping-gone-Italian Season 4 of “Jersey Shore.” The most logical question is: Who on the show do you relate to the most?  Pauly. For saying “I'm not from around here,” when explaining why he couldn't unclog a toilet. I, too, make up pathetic excuses to get out of housework.  -   Luke Broadwater, managing editor,  b Danny, the Shore Store boss, because he actually got to fire Angelina, the most annoying of this overcooked, idiotic tribe.  -   Anne Tallent, editor,   b The duck phone because I'm hard to figure out.  -   Wesley Case, reporter,   b The grenade horn.  -   Jordan Bartel, assistant editor,   b I'll go with Ronnie's Dad. Cop mustache and crisp tan ... me in a nutshell.  -   Molly McLaughlin, intern,   b None of them!
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By Susan Campbell and Susan Campbell,The Hartford Courant | June 10, 1994
Woody Harrelson almost licked the label off an empty wine bottle in "The Cowboy Way," and a new era was born.Welcome to the Year of the Himbo, the male equivalent of abimbo. He walks, and he talks (though none too well), but mostly he looks like a million bucks. He is his pecs, his lats or his deep blue eyes. He is an object, ladies and gentlemen, meant only for decoration and sexual innuendoes.We have, perhaps, come full circle. For years -- decades, even -- the American bimbo has been a time-honored character in literature and cinematography.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,chris.kaltenbach@baltsun.com | September 25, 2009
"Lorna's Silence" speaks volumes. Its hero, played to ambivalent perfection by Albanian actress Arta Dobroshi, is an Albanian immigrant who's the borderline-unwilling centerpiece of a shady citizenship scam. She's married to a junkie named Claudy (Jeremie Renier), and the plan dreamed up by Lorna's pimp/accomplice, Fabio (Fabrizio Rongione), is for Claudy to die soon of an overdose - either forced or self-administered. Fabio doesn't care which. Then, he can marry Lorna off to a Russian who wants to stay in Belgium (since Lorna had been married to a Belgian, see, she's now a Belgian citizen, meaning her new husband would become one, too)
NEWS
August 11, 2003
On August 8, 2003, FABIO L. BINETTI; beloved husband of Deborah (nee Startt); devoted father of Michael, Kelly, Tony and Stephanie Binetti; loving son of Omero Binetti. Also survived by six grandchildren and two brothers. Friends may call at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Avenue, on Tuesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Friends may gather at St. Lukes Catholic Church, 7517 North Point Road, Edgemere, MD, 21219 for Mass of the Christian Burial on Wednesday 9 A.M. Interment Garrison Forest Veterans Cemetery.
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May 12, 1995
IF A CD has a picture of Madonna on the front, one would expect to hear her on the disk. Something sold as a hamburger should have meat in it. Ketchup should contain tomatoes.And if Mel Gibson is on the poster hung outside a movie theater, then Mel Gibson should be in the movie.So what happened to the book industry? How did they slip through the cracks?What's in the book is often not what's on the cover. The novel about the average-looking, middle-aged brunette has a svelte young beauty on the cover with flaming red hair down to her waist.
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By Susan Campbell and Susan Campbell,The Hartford Courant | June 10, 1994
Woody Harrelson almost licked the label off an empty wine bottle in "The Cowboy Way," and a new era was born.Welcome to the Year of the Himbo, the male equivalent of abimbo. He walks, and he talks (though none too well), but mostly he looks like a million bucks. He is his pecs, his lats or his deep blue eyes. He is an object, ladies and gentlemen, meant only for decoration and sexual innuendoes.We have, perhaps, come full circle. For years -- decades, even -- the American bimbo has been a time-honored character in literature and cinematography.
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By Kevin Cowherd | November 1, 1993
The first thing that needs to be pointed out is that tall good-looking guys with flowing blond hair and lots of muscles don't intimidate me.I am no girlie-man myself, which you would recognize instantly if I were to stop and shake your hand and reveal a steely grip that brings upward of 400 pounds per square inch of pressure across your puny palm. You'd have tears in your eyes, believe me.At the gas station the other day, a woman was eyeing me like I was six pounds of prime chuck, or whatever that good kind of meat is.Finally, I just lost it and said: "Hey, honey, why don't you take a picture?
FEATURES
By Beth Hannan and Beth Hannan,Contributing Writer | October 27, 1993
Fabio, Fabio, Fabio. Italian love god. Your books, calendars and videos stir the passion of millions, but not all of that passion is the bodice-ripping, sultry-eyed, hot-flames-of-desire variety.We asked male readers to tell us what they thought of Fabio. Did they think he was intimidating, nauseating or boring?None of the responses was apathetic. Of the 53 calls we received, 21 were either from women (sorry, ladies, we said this poll was for men only) or were anonymous. Of the remaining 32 responses, 15 were negative, 16 were positive and one was mixed.
NEWS
August 11, 2003
On August 8, 2003, FABIO L. BINETTI; beloved husband of Deborah (nee Startt); devoted father of Michael, Kelly, Tony and Stephanie Binetti; loving son of Omero Binetti. Also survived by six grandchildren and two brothers. Friends may call at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Avenue, on Tuesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Friends may gather at St. Lukes Catholic Church, 7517 North Point Road, Edgemere, MD, 21219 for Mass of the Christian Burial on Wednesday 9 A.M. Interment Garrison Forest Veterans Cemetery.
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By Mary Corey | October 23, 1993
Full name: Fabio LanzoniCurrent homes: Manhattan and Hollywood HillsAge: 32Height: 6 foot 3 inchesWeight: 220 poundsMeasurements: Chest, 48 inches; waist, 32 inchesHow long he primps in the morning: 35 to 40 minutes. "And that includes everything, washing, shaving and my hair."Number of times he shaves his chest hair: Once a weekHis modeling debut: At 14, a six-page spread in Italian VogueFans' favorite month in Fabio's 1994 calendar based on informal survey: January. Fabio, sans shirt, wears a black suit and holds a bouquet of roses.
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By Mary Corey and Mary Corey,Sun StaffStaff Writer | October 23, 1993
Fabio stretches out in his silver limo and sighs. For hours, fans have been hungry for his affection, and he has been their servant. He's tenderly embraced them, caressed their cheeks, swept them up in his strong arms. Now he needs to relax.And how does the "Prince of Passion" unwind after a hard day at work?He talks about lingerie."I laaaahv lingerie," he says with a husky laugh. "Nothing is more exciting. Oooh, I lahv black. I lahv peach . . . red . . . pink. I like all zee gears, all zee garters.
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