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From Sun news services | September 17, 2012
The UMBC men's lacrosse team will open their fall schedule Thursday when they welcome Keio University of Japan for the fifth time in the past 11 years. The time for the scrimmage at UMBC Stadium is 4:30 p.m. The Retrievers will compete in the annual Varsity vs. Alumni game Oct. 13 and close fall play at the Drexel Fall Ball event on Oct. 20; UMBC will take on Navy (1 p.m.) and Penn (3 p.m.).
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Sports Digest | August 12, 2014
The Maryland Jockey Club on Tuesday announced the addition of 10 more stakes to the Laurel Park fall schedule. The Maryland Horse Breeders Association has inserted five Maryland-bred and/or Maryland-sired races into the mix: the All Brandy Stakes (Sept. 6), Jameela Stakes (Sept.27), Jennings Handicap (Dec. 6), Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship (Dec. 26) and Maryland Juvenile Futurity (Dec. 27). Each will be contested with $125,000 for Maryland-bred and sired runners and $100,000 for Maryland-bred horses.
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Sports Digest | August 12, 2014
The Maryland Jockey Club on Tuesday announced the addition of 10 more stakes to the Laurel Park fall schedule. The Maryland Horse Breeders Association has inserted five Maryland-bred and/or Maryland-sired races into the mix: the All Brandy Stakes (Sept. 6), Jameela Stakes (Sept.27), Jennings Handicap (Dec. 6), Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship (Dec. 26) and Maryland Juvenile Futurity (Dec. 27). Each will be contested with $125,000 for Maryland-bred and sired runners and $100,000 for Maryland-bred horses.
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Sports Digest | July 17, 2013
Laurel Park Fall schedule will run Sept. 19 to Dec. 31 The Maryland Jockey Club unveiled the 2013 Laurel Park fall schedule Tuesday after it was after it was approved by the Maryland Racing Commission at its monthly meeting. After a 14-week break, live racing will resume at the major tracks after Labor Day. Racing will take place four days a week through the end of the year on a Wednesday-through-Saturday schedule, holidays excluded. The fall meeting, which begins Sept. 19 and concludes Dec. 31, includes 31 stakes races worth more than $3.3 million total.
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Sports Digest | July 17, 2013
Laurel Park Fall schedule will run Sept. 19 to Dec. 31 The Maryland Jockey Club unveiled the 2013 Laurel Park fall schedule Tuesday after it was after it was approved by the Maryland Racing Commission at its monthly meeting. After a 14-week break, live racing will resume at the major tracks after Labor Day. Racing will take place four days a week through the end of the year on a Wednesday-through-Saturday schedule, holidays excluded. The fall meeting, which begins Sept. 19 and concludes Dec. 31, includes 31 stakes races worth more than $3.3 million total.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | May 15, 2001
Four more reality series, an evening of family programming, a new night for "Angel," and a series about Clark Kent before he became Superman. Those are among the moves the WB is expected to announce today in a seriously revamped fall schedule aimed at proving there is life after the loss of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." ABC also will announce a new fall schedule today, likely featuring only two nights a week of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" while adding at least one new reality series and shows starring Jason Alexander, Jim Belushi and Kim Delaney.
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The Baltimore Sun | August 15, 2012
The Maryland Jockey Club unveiled a new logo Wednesday for Laurel Park Race Course. "The abstract horse represents the future of racing-respecting where we have been and looking forward to where we are going," Maryland Jockey Club President Tom Chuckas said. In addition to replacing the old logo, which the Maryland Jockey Club said was designed almost 20 years ago, they announced changes to the 2012 fall meeting at the racetrack. Two additional Maryland-bred stakes -- the Geisha Stakes (Nov.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2012
It's pilot pickup time in Hollywood, and Baltimore's Jason Winer got some good news yesterday with an order from NBC for 13 episodes of "1600 Penn," a political comedy that he co-created, directs and executive produces. The series will introduced as a midseason replacement when NBC introduces its new fall lineup Monday in New York on the first day of the upfronts.   The other creators and executive producers are Jon Lovett, a former White House speech writer, and Josh Gad, from "The Book of Mormon, who also co-stars.
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September 8, 1991
BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART*"Cherished Christmas Garden Traditions," Nov. 29 to Jan.5MARYLAND INSTITUTE*"Faculty Exhibition," Oct. 4 to Nov. 3*"Four Contemporary Painters," Nov. 15 to Dec. 15*"Christy Rupp: Natural Selection," Nov. 15 to Dec. 15SCHOOL 33 ART CENTER*"David Driskell: Masterworks," Oct. 26 to Dec. 6*"Art and the Social," Dec. 21 to Jan. 31MARYLAND ART PLACE*"Lord Baltimore's Throne: The Evolution of the Chair in Baltimore" and "Take a Seat," Sept....
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | May 15, 1993
NBC announced its fall schedule yesterday, and Barry Levinson's "Homicide" was not on it. Nor were "I'll Fly Away" and "Reasonable Doubts" -- two other hourlong, quality dramas.But while NBC was describing the latter shows as being outright canceled yesterday, the network indicated there might still be hope for "Homicide" to return in midseason. The Wednesday night show about homicide detectives in Baltimore was filmed on location here and added an estimated $700,000 per episode into the local economy, according to the Maryland Film Commission.
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From Sun news services | September 17, 2012
The UMBC men's lacrosse team will open their fall schedule Thursday when they welcome Keio University of Japan for the fifth time in the past 11 years. The time for the scrimmage at UMBC Stadium is 4:30 p.m. The Retrievers will compete in the annual Varsity vs. Alumni game Oct. 13 and close fall play at the Drexel Fall Ball event on Oct. 20; UMBC will take on Navy (1 p.m.) and Penn (3 p.m.).
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The Baltimore Sun | August 15, 2012
The Maryland Jockey Club unveiled a new logo Wednesday for Laurel Park Race Course. "The abstract horse represents the future of racing-respecting where we have been and looking forward to where we are going," Maryland Jockey Club President Tom Chuckas said. In addition to replacing the old logo, which the Maryland Jockey Club said was designed almost 20 years ago, they announced changes to the 2012 fall meeting at the racetrack. Two additional Maryland-bred stakes -- the Geisha Stakes (Nov.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2012
It's pilot pickup time in Hollywood, and Baltimore's Jason Winer got some good news yesterday with an order from NBC for 13 episodes of "1600 Penn," a political comedy that he co-created, directs and executive produces. The series will introduced as a midseason replacement when NBC introduces its new fall lineup Monday in New York on the first day of the upfronts.   The other creators and executive producers are Jon Lovett, a former White House speech writer, and Josh Gad, from "The Book of Mormon, who also co-stars.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | July 29, 2011
Laurel Park will be host to 68 race days and 27 stakes races this fall after the Maryland Jockey Club reached agreement with the Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association and Maryland Horse Breeders Association today. The schedule was approved by the Maryland Racing Commission this afternoon. The meet begins Sept. 9 and ends Dec. 17. The highlight of the met is the 26th running of the Jim McKay Maryland Million on Oct. 1 and the return of the Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash on Oct. 22. It had been on a one-year hiatus.
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October 5, 2006
Free Fall Baltimore runs through next month. Many arts venues in the city are offering free events, workshops, performances and admission, and the Walters Art Museum and Baltimore Museum of Art are free indefinitely. Many events require registration, reservations or passes obtained in advance. Below are highlights of the next two months' events. For a full schedule and details, go to freefallbaltimore.com. Art American Visionary Art Museum -- 800 Key Highway / No reservations required Oct. 29: Free admission, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; performances by Poetry for the People, the Baltimore Station and WombWork Productions, noon-5 p.m. Art on Purpose -- Current Gallery, 30 S. Calvert St. / Reserve passes at 410-769-5701 or events@artonpurpose.
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By Maureen Ryan and Maureen Ryan,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | April 24, 2005
By my count, there are 22 scripted crime or detective dramas on network television, and another nine on cable TV. There are more to come - TNT is readying two new cop shows, one of which makes its debut in June. This fall, no doubt, we'll see a dozen or more new crime dramas on the network TV schedule; pilots are being readied with stars ranging from Martin Landau to Donnie Wahlberg to Kristin Davis. Add to that glut the dozens of unscripted cop programs and criminal-justice documentaries all over the dial, and it's clear we've got a crime-fighting epidemic on our hands.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | May 22, 1991
The chief programmer at ABC called "thirtysomething" the "highest quality drama ever on network television," but that didn't stop him from canceling it yesterday as he announced the network's fall schedule.After next week's episode, "thirtysomething" will be history -- along with "Twin Peaks," "China Beach," "Father Dowling," "Equal Justice," "Married People," "Davis Rules," "Going Places," Eddie Dodd," "Gabriel's Fire," "STAT," "Undercover" and "My Life and Times." Remaining episodes from some of the shows -- such as "China Beach" -- will air this summer.
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By Michael Hill and Michael Hill,Evening Sun Staff | May 21, 1991
THE NEW SERIES called "Baltimore" isn't on the NBC fall schedule, but nevertheless Baltimore will be all over that network's lineup in September.Actually, "Baltimore," a pilot by native son Jay Tarses, was set in Pennsylvania but was about a lounge singing act named after our fair city.Though that didn't make the cut, a new comedy from the creators of "Cheers" -- Glen and Les Charles and James Burrows -- that is on the schedule is set in Baltimore.That would be "Flesh 'n' Blood," which centers on one of those odd TV sitcom families, this one made up of Baltimore's youngest assistant district attorney, who is trying to find her natural mother, and a charming con man who claims to be her brother and moves in with his 11-year-old daughter and 16-year-old son. The half hour will go Fridays at 9:30.
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By Lane Harvey Brown and Lane Harvey Brown,SUN STAFF | September 1, 2003
Work to eliminate the chemical agent stockpile at Aberdeen Proving Ground has fallen about six months behind schedule because of problems in the destruction process, officials told members of an Aberdeen Proving Ground environmental oversight panel recently. None of the problems has caused a worker injury or a release of mustard agent, a banned, carcinogenic blistering liquid that resembles molasses, officials said. But since the last incident Aug. 16, when a carbon filter drum overheated and began smoking, no mustard has been processed, said Bob Hessian, a process and facilities designer on the project.
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By Kent Baker and Glenn P. Graham and Kent Baker and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | June 18, 2002
The Maryland Racing Commission approved the fall stakes schedule for Laurel Park, which offers nearly $2 million in purses, at its monthly meeting yesterday. Returning to the lineup are The Selima, a $100,000 race for 2-year-old fillies, and the Grade III, $100,000 Laurel Futurity, both of which will be run on De Francis Dash day Oct. 30. The De Francis Dash, a Grade I with a $300,000 offering, is the feature of the meeting. Also, an appeal was brought before the commission yesterday by Rosecroft Raceway harness trainer and racer Donnie Russell, who was fined and suspended after two of his horses, Fiji's Fun and Beat the Deadline, tested positive for elevated levels of carbon dioxide (TCO2)
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