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By Sarah Kickler Kelber | September 6, 2007
Sultry-voiced folk rocker Feist cavorts with a rainbow-clad cast of dancers in the video for "1234" off her new album, The Reminder. She brings that same energy to Rams Head Live, 20 Market Place, for a concert at 7 Tuesday night. Tickets are $25. Call 410-244-1131 or go to ramsheadlive.com.
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November 9, 2011
Alayna Spratley had never intended to be a part of the fashion industry, but in the fall of 2008 she found herself at Ma Petite Shoe. "I've just always had a very specific aesthetic when it comes to style, and perhaps I serendipitously found Ma Petite Shoe," she said. Now, the 26-year-old is the store manager and buyer for the trendy Hampden boutique. The shop specializes in eccentric shoes and chocolate, offering purple platform heels with peacock feather accents (Best of All by Irregular Choice; $214.99)
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January 23, 2005
On January 21, 2005, MILDRED C. FEIST beloved wife of the late Ernest L. Feist Sr., and Francis M. Punte Jr., devoted mother of Ernest L. Feist Jr. and his wife Mary, dear grandmother of Ernest L. Feist III, Darlene M. Le Blanc, Donna V. Bair and Diana T. Smith, dear sister of Dorothy A. Richards, and Charles H. Arnold III. Also survived by thirteen great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home Inc., 5305 Harford Rd. (at Echodale) on Monday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 11 A.M. Interment Moreland Memorial Park.
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By Mary Gail Hare, The Baltimore Sun | January 13, 2011
Harford County has appointed Brian P. Feist of Johnstown, Pa., manager of its Division of Emergency Operations. Feist began the job Monday and replaces Ernie Crist, who retired last summer. Feist most recently served as director of Cambria County Department of Emergency Services, with responsibilities for emergency management, the 911 Center and Cambria Connected, local government's wireless broadband divisions. He worked daily with 47 fire departments, 33 police agencies, and 18 EMS agencies that served 62 municipalities.
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November 2, 2003
On October 30, 2003, CHARLES G. FEIST, SR., beloved husband of the late Adelle K. Feist, devoted father of Charles G. Feist, Jr. and Melinda McGhin; cherished grandfather of Meghan McGhin, and step-grandfather to JD and Christopher Matthews, Colleen Hill, James McGhin, Jeffrey & Greg Welch and Andrea Lewis; step-great-grandfather of five; loving brother of Virginia Humphreys, Donald Feist and the late Arthur & Harold Feist. Friends may call at the family owned Evans Chapel of Memories-Parkville Saturday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM. A Funeral Service will be held 3 PM Sunday at St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, 8808 Harford Road, Parkville, 21234.
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By Ivan Penn and Ivan Penn,SUN STAFF | November 3, 2003
Charles G. Feist Sr., a retired assistant superintendent of the industrial relations department at Bethlehem Steel Corp. and a former high school and college basketball referee, died of cancer Thursday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The longtime Parkville resident was 83. He was born and raised in Bethlehem, Pa., where he attended Liberty High School and played on the football, soccer and baseball teams. After graduating in 1937, Mr. Feist worked at his uncle's dairy to earn money to attend college.
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By Rashod D. Ollison and Rashod D. Ollison,Sun Pop Music Critic | September 8, 2005
It's not easy to resist the pull of it. As the sleek, stark arrangements mingling elements of lounge jazz, folk, bossa nova and Sade-like pop balladry unfurl, the voice of Feist is almost hypnotic. Let It Die, her latest album and debut CD in the United States, is a beguiling set of introspective love songs. Not much extravagant instrumentation going on. And the Canadian singer-songwriter never tries to blow you away with overdone histrionics. There's an appealing, smooth detachment to her approach.
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By Mary Gail Hare, The Baltimore Sun | January 13, 2011
Harford County has appointed Brian P. Feist of Johnstown, Pa., manager of its Division of Emergency Operations. Feist began the job Monday and replaces Ernie Crist, who retired last summer. Feist most recently served as director of Cambria County Department of Emergency Services, with responsibilities for emergency management, the 911 Center and Cambria Connected, local government's wireless broadband divisions. He worked daily with 47 fire departments, 33 police agencies, and 18 EMS agencies that served 62 municipalities.
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October 4, 2007
Downloaded singles 1.Gimme More, Britney Spears 2.Crank That, Soulja Boy Tell 'Em 3.Stronger, Kanye West 4.1234, Feist 5.How Far We've Come, Matchbox Twenty[ITUNES (OCT. 1)] Downloaded albums 1.Still Feels Good, Rascal Flatts 2.Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace, Foo Fighters 3.Graduation, Kanye West 4.The Reminder, Feist 5.Across the Universe soundtrack, Various artists[ITUNES (OCT. 1)] Downloaded TV episodes 1.A Change is Gonna Come, Grey's Anatomy 2.Dead Doll, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 3.How Betty Got Her Grieve Back, Ugly Betty 4.Pilot, Chuck 5.Fire/Water, Prison Break[ITUNES (OCT.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | October 15, 1993
A Carroll Circuit judge ordered a Reisterstown woman convicted of bigamy to get counseling and offered her a chance yesterday to wipe the felony from her criminal record.Laura Lee Marsden, 28, was convicted in August of marrying a Howard County man in Carroll two years ago while she was married to a man in Baltimore County. Police believe she may have been married to at least one other man, in Baltimore County.Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr., who had never before presided over a big amy case, imposed a suspended six-month sentence and told Marsden to ask him to modify the sentence after she is seen by a psychiatrist.
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By Publishers Weekly; amazon.com | March 29, 2009
tuesday Long Lost : by Harlan Coben (Dutton, $27.95) Myron Bolitar and an old flame, Terese Collins, race to stay ahead of Homeland Security, Interpol and Mossad as they try to find out what happened to Terese's daughter. Malice: by Lisa Jackson (Kensington, $24 ) When a copy of his wife's death certificate arrives in the mail emblazoned with a red question mark, New Orleans detective Rick Bentz heads to Los Angeles, returning to the painful memories he's tried so hard to forget, and straight into a killer's web. Rides a Dread Legion : by Ray Feist (EOS, $26.99)
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | June 4, 2008
The most-watched presidential primary season in TV history ended yesterday with a wild roller-coaster ride of conflicting news reports, updates, "knockdowns" and delegate countdowns that left even veteran media executives scratching their heads. "It was exactly one year ago that we televised our first debate, and it's been an incredible ride straight through to today," CNN political director Sam Feist said last night. "And what a last day for the primary season! We had one development after another - and more breaking news banners today on CNN than during any other day in recent memory."
ENTERTAINMENT
October 4, 2007
Downloaded singles 1.Gimme More, Britney Spears 2.Crank That, Soulja Boy Tell 'Em 3.Stronger, Kanye West 4.1234, Feist 5.How Far We've Come, Matchbox Twenty[ITUNES (OCT. 1)] Downloaded albums 1.Still Feels Good, Rascal Flatts 2.Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace, Foo Fighters 3.Graduation, Kanye West 4.The Reminder, Feist 5.Across the Universe soundtrack, Various artists[ITUNES (OCT. 1)] Downloaded TV episodes 1.A Change is Gonna Come, Grey's Anatomy 2.Dead Doll, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 3.How Betty Got Her Grieve Back, Ugly Betty 4.Pilot, Chuck 5.Fire/Water, Prison Break[ITUNES (OCT.
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September 11, 2007
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By Sarah Kickler Kelber | September 6, 2007
Sultry-voiced folk rocker Feist cavorts with a rainbow-clad cast of dancers in the video for "1234" off her new album, The Reminder. She brings that same energy to Rams Head Live, 20 Market Place, for a concert at 7 Tuesday night. Tickets are $25. Call 410-244-1131 or go to ramsheadlive.com.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Rashod D. Ollison and Rashod D. Ollison,Sun Pop Music Critic | September 8, 2005
It's not easy to resist the pull of it. As the sleek, stark arrangements mingling elements of lounge jazz, folk, bossa nova and Sade-like pop balladry unfurl, the voice of Feist is almost hypnotic. Let It Die, her latest album and debut CD in the United States, is a beguiling set of introspective love songs. Not much extravagant instrumentation going on. And the Canadian singer-songwriter never tries to blow you away with overdone histrionics. There's an appealing, smooth detachment to her approach.
NEWS
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | June 4, 2008
The most-watched presidential primary season in TV history ended yesterday with a wild roller-coaster ride of conflicting news reports, updates, "knockdowns" and delegate countdowns that left even veteran media executives scratching their heads. "It was exactly one year ago that we televised our first debate, and it's been an incredible ride straight through to today," CNN political director Sam Feist said last night. "And what a last day for the primary season! We had one development after another - and more breaking news banners today on CNN than during any other day in recent memory."
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By Lyle Denniston and Lyle Denniston,Washington Bureau of The Sun | March 28, 1991
WASHINGTON -- Publishers of directories, including telephone books, got a strongly worded message from the Supreme Court that they will get no protection from federal copyright law for the effort they put into compiling their data.In a unanimous ruling, the court's first major ruling on the way a 1976 copyright law applies to directories, the justices went to unusual lengths to denounce the notion that the work of compilation is to be rewarded with copyright.Justice Sandra Day O'Connor devoted 19 of the 23 pages of her opinion to denouncing what has been called "the sweat of the brow" doctrine of copyright law. That phrase has meant that a compiler of data is to be considered to have created something worth copyrighting just by gathering up the facts.
NEWS
January 23, 2005
On January 21, 2005, MILDRED C. FEIST beloved wife of the late Ernest L. Feist Sr., and Francis M. Punte Jr., devoted mother of Ernest L. Feist Jr. and his wife Mary, dear grandmother of Ernest L. Feist III, Darlene M. Le Blanc, Donna V. Bair and Diana T. Smith, dear sister of Dorothy A. Richards, and Charles H. Arnold III. Also survived by thirteen great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home Inc., 5305 Harford Rd. (at Echodale) on Monday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 11 A.M. Interment Moreland Memorial Park.
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By Ivan Penn and Ivan Penn,SUN STAFF | November 3, 2003
Charles G. Feist Sr., a retired assistant superintendent of the industrial relations department at Bethlehem Steel Corp. and a former high school and college basketball referee, died of cancer Thursday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The longtime Parkville resident was 83. He was born and raised in Bethlehem, Pa., where he attended Liberty High School and played on the football, soccer and baseball teams. After graduating in 1937, Mr. Feist worked at his uncle's dairy to earn money to attend college.
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