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Peter Schmuck | October 3, 2012
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Right now, it's hard to get around the feeling that the Orioles have run out of magic. Maybe it evaporated when their on-field clinching celebration at Camden Yards on Sunday was put on hold by the Los Angeles Angels, who staged a late rally in Texas to win the first game of a doubleheader and keep the Orioles guessing until late that night. Maybe it was when they were squeezing their arm rests during that emergency landing in Jacksonville, Fla., on their way to play their final series of the year against the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field.
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Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | October 12, 2014
For Ravens center Jeremy Zuttah, it was a strange feeling to return to Tampa for the first time since being traded to the Ravens in March in exchange for a fifth-round draft pick in 2015. Zuttah had played and started for the Buccaneers for six years before the offseason transaction. “There was a time when I was bitter,” said Zuttah, who was signed to a five-year, $18 million contract extension after the trade. “Once I got to Baltimore, that was out the window. I'm just happy to be a part of this organization.” On Sunday, Zuttah had to adjust to lining up on the opponents' sideline and getting dressed in the visitors' locker room.
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By George F. Will | March 4, 1999
WASHINGTON -- "Poets," noted G.K. Chesterton, "have been mysteriously silent on the subject of cheese." His point was that this was not mysterious: Cheese is not the sort of subject that summons poetic thoughts.Presidents have hitherto been mysteriously silent about child-safety seats. However, last Saturday President Clinton's radio address concerned an improved fastening mechanism for such seats in automobiles. This was the third time this president has used a Saturday address to talk about child-safety seats.
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By Marie Marciano Gullard and For The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2014
The home at 409 Patapsco Ave. in Essex is no run-of-the-mill raised rancher. "This is an exceptional opportunity to purchase a waterfront home that is fully renovated inside," said Michael Schiff, the listing agent with Keller Williams Legacy. The house, priced at $325,000, is on one-eighth of an acre. The tree-filled backyard leads down to the waters of the Back River, with views of the river from the rear deck. The open floor plan features a living room and breakfast room that opens to a galley kitchen, which measures 21 feet long - larger than most galley designs.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | October 11, 1994
It's reality check time tonight for all those viewers who've psyched themselves into believing that David Caruso wasn't really all that good, and that his Detective John Kelly won't really be missed when he leaves "NYPD Blue" in three weeks.Caruso's going to break your self-deluded little hearts tonight with his performance in the season premiere of "NYPD Blue" at 10 on WJZ (Channel 13). He is so, so good -- and it hurts so much to admit it now that he's spit on our emotional bond to Kelly and opted for a big screen career.
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By Barbara Turk, M.S. and Barbara Turk, M.S.,Contributing Writer | April 21, 1992
Your little one tells you that he hates his friend and won't play with him anymore."Of course you want to play with him/her again," you say, trying to soothe your child. "And don't say you hate him; he's your best friend. You shouldn't feel that way."Whether your child should or shouldn't feel that way is not the issue. He does feel that way. And, when you try to talk him out of his feelings, you do three things, each destructive:* You send a message that his feeling is wrong (feelings are neither right nor wrong, rather they are a gut response to a person or situation)
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By CLARENCE PAGE | September 14, 2007
Do you believe Hollywood stars are too trivial a matter to think about in these boiling hot political times? Consider this: The most talked-about political events since Labor Day, a time when voters supposedly get serious about coming elections, were firmly tied up with star-studded show biz. Competing with the MTV Awards for weekend attention was Oprah Winfrey's fundraiser for Illinois Democratic Sen. Barack Obama at her California estate, in which he...
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By T. Berry Brazelton, M.D. and T. Berry Brazelton, M.D.,NEW YORK TIMES SPECIAL FEATURES | June 28, 1998
Q. My 4-year-old son is very bright. He has been reading for about a year already and can read Dr. Seuss-type books unassisted. But he's so, so sensitive! The movies "Peter Pan" and "The Wizard of Oz" made him cry so hard. If he feels someone is in danger, he gets upset.Is this part of being smart and seeing more depth to the movies, or is he just a very sensitive little boy?A.It's probably a sign of both - seeing below the surface and being very sensitive to his own issues about aggression.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | June 2, 1993
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Designated hitter Harold Baines has come back to the Bay area, where he spent more than two seasons with an Oakland Athletics club that was the powerhouse of the American League West.Now, when he looks across the field, he sees a team that has changed dramatically in the eight months since he last wore an Oakland uniform. The A's are just a shell of the team that won the AL West championship last year, but Baines is not the least bit surprised. He saw it coming just like everyone else.
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By SLOANE BROWN and SLOANE BROWN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 4, 2005
It may have been pouring rain, but inside Ryan's Daughter Irish Pub & Restaurant, stars were shining brightly. Three cast members of the movie, Rent, added pizazz to a crowd bubbling with excitement over the film's Baltimore premiere that evening. Wilson Heredia and Anthony Rapp came down from New York to support cast member Tracie Thoms, who is from here. "Family" is how Heredia and Rapp described relationships among the cast. "It's the nature of the story," Herediasaid. In fact, that "family feeling" permeated the place.
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By Leonard Pitts Jr and By Leonard Pitts Jr | October 5, 2014
Let us give Sean Groubert every benefit of the doubt. Let us assume he is a good person. Let us assume he is kind to children, well liked by neighbors. And by all means, let's assume he has a black friend. For good measure, let's assume he has two. Now, with those assumptions in force, let's ponder why Mr. Groubert, a white South Carolina state trooper, shot an unarmed black man last month at a gas station in Columbia. The incident has received less notice than did the shooting of Michael Brown, probably because the victim, 35-year-old Levar Jones, survived.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 28, 2014
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The game against Indiana on Saturday was a chance for Maryland to make a first impression, an early opportunity for the Terps to show they can be a competitive team in the Big Ten Conference. "We showed that Maryland football is as good as anybody else," Terps inside linebacker Cole Farrand said after Maryland beat Indiana, 37-15, at Memorial Stadium. Before the season, Big Ten writers picked the Terps to finish just fifth out of the seven teams in the conference's East Division.
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September 26, 2014
More than 300,000 people marched this past weekend to demand action on climate change, and Maryland was well-represented ( "Marylanders join climate march in N.Y.C.," Sept. 22). It was not your typical rally. I marched alongside grandparents who wore their knee braces in hopes of making it the full distance. I marched alongside high-school students who were making a documentary of the movement that would define their livelihood. I marched alongside people of all ages, colors, backgrounds and experiences.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | September 26, 2014
If the new Fox drama “Gracepoint” looks too good to be on network TV, that's because it's stacked with the kind of talent you normally see only on cable. And the work here is so good it could help change the way networks do drama in the future. Starring in the series about life in a small Northern California coastal community after the murder of a 12-year-old boy are David Tennant (“Broadchurch”) and recent Emmy winner Anna Gunn (“Breaking Bad”). Gunn is outstanding as a police detective who has lived in the town her whole life, but only now starts to plumb the depths of lies, secrets and evil beneath the surface.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
NEW YORK -- Orioles first baseman-outfielder Steve Pearce said he expects to return to the starting lineup by Wednesday afternoon against the Yankees. Pearce was scratched from the starting lineup before Saturday's game against the Boston Red Sox with a sore right wrist. He had X-rays that night - which were negative - and also received a cortisone injection. Pearce wore a brace on his right wrist before Monday's game, but he said the wrist is feeling much better and the effects of the injection are taking place.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
Saturday's 31-20 victory over visiting North Carolina Central lifted Towson to a 2-2 record, marking their first time at .500 since the beginning of the season. The win also injected some much-needed confidence into the team, coach Rob Ambrose said Monday during his weekly conference call arranged by the Colonial Athletic Association. “These are college students with college-student problems and injuries,” he said. “Everybody's got problems. So it's about managing them as best we can and moving forward.
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By Peter Jensen and Peter Jensen,SUN STAFF | October 4, 1998
M. Gary Neuman says there's one sure way not to find out how a child is coping with his parents' divorce."The worst thing you can do is look them square in the eye and ask them," says the family therapist and author.It's not that youngsters aren't willing to share their feelings, he says, it's just that they can't be expected to respond to an adult question like an adult.But put a crayon in their hand - or engage them in a role-playing game - and soon they will divulge their innermost feelings.
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By GLENN MCNATT and GLENN MCNATT,SUN ART CRITIC | February 22, 2006
At first glance, Valeska Populoh's fancy formal ball gowns look like something lifted straight out of a John Singer Sargent portrait. As upper-class bling, these ornate confections are artworks in their own right: The lines are perfect, the fabrics luxurious and the style impeccable. Each seems to reek of old money and manners. But step closer and the illusion fades. The frilly ruffles, delicate pleats, form-enhancing bustles and other extravagant ornaments of the couturier's art actually are stitched together from bits of plastic garbage bag, black umbrella cloth, old coat linings, carpet scraps and other thrift-store detritus.
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By Leonard Pitts Jr and By Leonard Pitts Jr | September 18, 2014
"I think they're going too far with Ray Rice. " So said a civil servant I know only in passing, making small talk the other day. No, it is not the majority opinion, but neither is the guy alone. Last week, USA Today quoted women fans who pointedly support Rice, the NFL star dropped by the Baltimore Ravens and indefinitely suspended by the league this month for a February incident in which he cold-cocked his then-fiancee (now wife) Janay Palmer. "I've met the guy," said one. "He's such a sweet guy. " "I'm supporting him all the way around," said another woman, herself a survivor of domestic abuse.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2014
Eight games is not a large sample size, so we can't go overboard with this. It's possible that by the time the postseason rolls around, Alejandro De Aza will have fallen back to earth and to mere mortal numbers as an Oriole. But for now, De Aza, the left-handed-hitting outfielder the Orioles acquired from the Chicago White Sox on Aug. 30, has exceeded all expectations. Perhaps more importantly, he has been exactly what the Orioles were missing: a left-handed-hitting outfielder who can get on base consistently and do some damage once he's there.
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