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By Kevin Cowherd | August 10, 2009
If you're a sucker for feel-good NFL training camp stories, you'll want to hear about Tony Fein. Fein, 27, is an undrafted rookie linebacker out of Mississippi who's trying to catch on with the Ravens this summer. Depending on whom you talk to, he either has no shot to make the team or the kind of shot you have of hitting the trifecta at the track tomorrow. If he's lucky, he could stick as a practice-squad player. This would be bitterly disappointing to Fein. But it won't kill him. And that's fine with him, since the man has already seen death up close as an Army combat veteran in Iraq, where he served for a year as a 19 Delta recon scout.
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By Leah Polakoff | September 16, 2013
A childhood in Maryland served as inspiration for some of the seasonings in Columbia native Adam Feinberg's line of food rubs. About a year ago, Feinberg, who now lives in Denver, released five flavors -- Chesapeake Bay, Everything, Original BBQ, Citrus BBQ and Veggie -- as part of his Fein Tasting Foods endeavor. The low-sodium, low-sugar, all natural rubs aren't just for meat. Feinberg says the seasonings are equally tasty on vegetables, pasta, popcorn, rice, eggs, seafood and tofu.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,Sun reporter | October 21, 2007
The tale of Adam R. Fein is proof that talent and persistence can trump even poor judgment. Twice, he turned down offers to write Hollywood screenplays. But this month, Fein signed a six-figure, multi-option deal with New York-based Lucky Monkey Pictures. He's penning a romantic comedy, Dead Broke, working off a story by Lucky Monkey President Lauren Versel and Los Angeles-based producer-writer Arleen Sorkin, whose last collaboration was on the Jennifer Aniston comedy Picture Perfect. Fein took some screenwriting courses while at Syracuse University.
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By From Sun news services | November 26, 2009
The Kitsap County (Washington) coroner said Tony Fein , who was a member of the Ravens during the preseason, died of an accidental drug overdose. Coroner Greg Sandstrom said Wednesday that toxicology tests showed "acute opiate [morphine] intoxication" with the added effect of Alprazolam, a drug used to treat anxiety. Sandstrom says Fein also vomited and aspirated that material. Fein collapsed Oct. 6 at a friend's house near Port Orchard and died at Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton.
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By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | May 13, 1996
This time last year, P. David Bocksch looked like a corporate savior.As he presided over the shareholders' meeting of United Industrial Corp., Bocksch, the new president and CEO, appeared to nearly everyone gathered that day at the Park Lane Hotel in New York to be the man who was going to turn the company around.Given his national reputation as a successful corporate turnaround specialist, it seemed that he had the vision, experience, marketing skills and business savvy needed to reverse UIC's long downward spiral and return it to its days of glory when its primary subsidiary, AAI Corp.
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By Justin Fenton and Jamison Hensley and Justin Fenton and Jamison Hensley,justin.fenton@baltsun.com and jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | October 8, 2009
Tony Fein, an Iraq war veteran who played for the Baltimore Ravens in the preseason and was arrested in a high-profile incident at the Inner Harbor, was found dead Tuesday in his home state of Washington, officials said. The 27-year-old linebacker was discovered face down and unconscious in the living room of a friend's townhouse in Port Orchard about 8:50 a.m., according to Mike Wernet, a battalion chief and medical officer for South Kitsap Fire and Rescue. Fein had vomited and was pronounced dead an hour later at a hospital, Wernet said.
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By John-John Williams IV and John-John Williams IV,John-john.williams@baltsun.com | August 24, 2009
Anthony "Tony" Fein, a former Iraq War veteran who is trying to make the Baltimore Ravens as a rookie backup linebacker, was charged with misdemeanor assault on a police officer stemming from an incident at an Inner Harbor restaurant Sunday night. Police went to Johnny Rockets restaurant at 301 Light St. after receiving a report from Inner Harbor security officers about a group of men passing around a large, silver object suspected of being a firearm, but which turned out to be a cellular phone, said Anthony Guglielmi, a police spokesman.
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By Justin Fenton and Don Markus and Justin Fenton and Don Markus,justin.fenton@baltsun.com and don.markus@baltsun.com | August 25, 2009
The agent for a Baltimore Ravens rookie linebacker said his client was targeted by police at the Inner Harbor because he is black, a claim that has sparked debate over racial profiling as police step up enforcement there in the wake of a recent shooting. Tony Fein was charged Sunday in the assault of a white police officer who received a tip from Harborplace security that a group of men were passing around a large silver object suspected of being a firearm. The device turned out to be a mobile phone.
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By DAN BERGER | March 17, 1995
Bill gave new meaning to the special relationship with the UK by recognizing Sinn Fein, in return for which Prime Minister Major will recognize the independence of Puerto Rico.Whatever you may think of O.J., Marcia and F. Lee make a lovely couple.
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By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,Staff Writer | May 12, 1993
NEW YORK -- Directors of United Industrial Corp., the parent of Cockeysville-based AAI Corp., voted yesterday to cut the quarterly common stock dividend by 69 percent, to a nickel a share.The move, approved by the board after the annual shareholders' meeting here, came less than two weeks after the abrupt resignation of Thomas V. Murphy as president and chief executive of AAI. United reported Friday a first-quarter loss of $16.5 million, primarily because of losses suffered by AAI.The company said the quarterly dividend, which had been at 16 cents a share, was payable Aug. 27 to shareholders of record as of Aug. 3. United shares closed at $6.875 yesterday, down 12.5 cents in New York Stock Exchange trading.
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By From Sun staff and news services | November 25, 2009
Ben Roethlisberger's fourth concussion since 2006 apparently won't put him on the bench. Roethlisberger will play Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium as long as he continues to pass postconcussion tests, coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday. The tests measure a player's memory and reflexes, among other factors, before and after he has been injured. "He felt normal. He felt fine," Tomlin said of Roethlisberger's first round of testing. "The battery of tests that he took showed that he had no symptoms.
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By Justin Fenton and Jamison Hensley and Justin Fenton and Jamison Hensley,justin.fenton@baltsun.com and jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | October 8, 2009
Tony Fein, an Iraq war veteran who played for the Baltimore Ravens in the preseason and was arrested in a high-profile incident at the Inner Harbor, was found dead Tuesday in his home state of Washington, officials said. The 27-year-old linebacker was discovered face down and unconscious in the living room of a friend's townhouse in Port Orchard about 8:50 a.m., according to Mike Wernet, a battalion chief and medical officer for South Kitsap Fire and Rescue. Fein had vomited and was pronounced dead an hour later at a hospital, Wernet said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | October 7, 2009
Tony Fein, an Iraq War veteran who was a member of the Ravens during the preseason, died Tuesday morning in Port Orchard, Wash., according to his agent. There were no immediate details about his death, said the agent, Milton D. Hobbs. "It's a very sad situation," Hobbs told The Baltimore Sun late Tuesday night. "I am still trying to figure out what happened." Fein, 27, was an undrafted rookie free-agent linebacker who was released by the Ravens in their final major cutdown Sept. 5. Although old for a rookie, Fein, at 6 feet 2, 245 pounds, caught the eyes of scouts at the University of Mississippi's Pro Day, where the school's football players audition for scouts before the NFL draft.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,mary.gail.hare@baltsun.com | October 3, 2009
Baltimore County's busiest library will become its smallest this week as the Cockeysville branch undergoes a $2.2 million renovation that will add space, materials and equipment. The library, in a 23,000-square-foot building on Greenside Drive since 1982, will close Monday through Friday and reopen as a mini-branch Saturday in what had been its meeting room. The condensed space will offer basic services, allowing patrons to borrow, return and reserve items. Eight computer stations will be available, and patrons will have use of two self-serve check-outs.
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By Rob Kasper | September 30, 2009
When I think of Towson, I rarely think "sushi." I might think of what swims in the closest body of water, the Loch Raven reservoir. Crawdad sushi? Catfish sushi? No, thank you. Even so, I spent an afternoon last week spearing pieces of tuna, salmon and shrimp in downtown Towson, touring some of the town's many sushi restaurants, trying to get to the bottom of why the suburb is something of a sushi stronghold. Even though Towson is awash with sushi spots, I confess that initially I had some trouble swallowing the notion that chopstick-wielding tourists would flock there, which the Baltimore County Office of Economic Development claimed during the tour.
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By Edward Lee and Mike Preston and Edward Lee and Mike Preston,edward.lee@baltsun.com | September 6, 2009
In a surprising development Saturday, the Ravens released five wide receivers - a group that included Justin Harper and Yamon Figurs - signaling their intention to go into the regular season with just four wide-outs. The organization also traded defensive back Derrick Martin to the Green Bay Packers for offensive lineman Tony Moll and cut rookie kicker Graham Gano, thereby giving the kicking duties to second-year kicker Steve Hauschka. The club also parted ways with rookie linebacker Tony Fein, who was charged Aug. 23 with assaulting a Baltimore city police officer at the Inner Harbor.
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August 26, 2009
Should U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder appoint a prosecutor to investigate alleged abusive treatment of detainees by the CIA? Yes 26% No 71% Not sure 3% (1,156 votes, results not scientific) Next poll: : Did Baltimore police act appropriately in the Inner Harbor incident that led to the arrest of Ravens rookie linebacker Tony Fein? Vote at baltimoresun.com/vote
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August 27, 2009
Did police act appropriately in the Inner Harbor incident that led to the arrest of Ravens rookie linebacker Tony Fein? Yes 64% No 20% Not sure 16% (1,391 votes, results not scientific) Next poll: : Sen. Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts, who died Tuesday, has been called the most important and influential politician of his generation. Do you agree? Vote at baltimoresun.com/vote
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