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July 26, 2003
On July 21, 2003 CHRISTOPHERMALCOLM MIELE, loving fiance of Fiona; beloved son of Cheryl Miele; loving grandson of George and Pat Gericke; nephew of Jessica Hawes and her fiance Zo. Funeral Services were held Friday July 25.
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By Ethan Renner and For The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2014
"You two, together? Big trouble. " -- Papa Legba We open with Marie and Fiona discussing their new alliance. Marie is glad to have found an equal in Fiona. Fiona offers to cast a spell to help Marie sleep, and tells her that they will strategize for their battle against the witch hunters after she has rested. Do you happen to know any sleep spells? I'm asking for a very tired friend. Marie is awakened by a visitor, Papa Legba ("The Wire" veteran and Baltimore's own Lance Reddick)
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By Ethan Renner and For The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2014
"You two, together? Big trouble. " -- Papa Legba We open with Marie and Fiona discussing their new alliance. Marie is glad to have found an equal in Fiona. Fiona offers to cast a spell to help Marie sleep, and tells her that they will strategize for their battle against the witch hunters after she has rested. Do you happen to know any sleep spells? I'm asking for a very tired friend. Marie is awakened by a visitor, Papa Legba ("The Wire" veteran and Baltimore's own Lance Reddick)
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Ethan Renner and For The Baltimore Sun | October 17, 2013
"This is wrong, all wrong. Murder. All rot and black. This will not be forgiven," muses Misty Day in the opening sequence of this episode of "American Horror Story: Coven. " "Boy Parts" deals with themes of life, death and the longing deep within all of us to feel as though we're not alone; it did so, of course, in the campy, schlocky way that "American Horror Story" deals with everything. It seems that Misty, back from the dead after being burned at the stake last week, has something of a soft spot for gators -- she brings one back to life and has it drag its killers into a Louisiana swamp for lunch.
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By Orlando Sentinel | May 18, 2007
Shrek the Third Rating -- PG What it's about -- Shrek the Ogre is in line to rule, and his wife, Fiona, wants a baby. So he rounds up his pals to go find another heir. The Kid Attractor Factor -- The Shrek animated franchise has been a kids' favorite for years. Good lessons/bad lessons -- Growing up means accepting your responsibilities. Girls, don't wait for your "man" to rescue you. Violence -- Comic, cartoonish, even the big death scene. Language -- Pretty clean, save for the flatulence jokes.
NEWS
February 9, 2007
French masterpieces -- Sundays At Three Chamber Music Series will present Masterpieces of French Chamber Music, performed by pianist Brian Ganz (above); violinists Ronald Mutchnik, Claudia Chudacoff and Peter Sirotin; violist Julius Wirth and cellist Fiona Thompson at 3 p.m. Sunday at Christ Episcopal Church, 5800 Oakland Mills Road, Columbia. Works by Cesar Frank, Maurice Ravel and Ernest Chausson are on the program. Tickets are $15; $10 for unaccompanied full-time students. Children and youth to age 18 are admitted free when accompanied by an adult.
NEWS
April 10, 2005
On Thursday, April 7, 2005, MARK I. SHAPIRO, loving son of Mina Shapiro (nee Wasser) and the late Leo Shapiro; beloved brother of Howard Shapiro and Melvin Shapiro both of Baltimore; devoted brother-in-law of Barbara and Fiona Shapiro; loving uncle of Livia, Lauren, Isabella and Morgan Shapiro. Services at SOL LEVINSON AND BROS, INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mount Wilson Lane, on Sunday, April 10, at 11 A.M. Interment Beth Jacob Congregation Cemetery-Finksburg, MD. Please omit flowers; In mourning at 6314 Ivymount Road (21209)
NEWS
March 18, 2004
On March 15, 2004, MARY SUE HARKLEROAD, (nee Hall), wife of Carl W. Harkleroad, devoted mother of Jeffrey W. Harkleroad and his wife Fiona and Carole S. Warble and her husband Tony, dear sister of Charles (Sonny) Hall. Also survived by six grandchildren. A Funeral Service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Ave., on Saturday at 11 A.M. Interment Holly Hill Memorial Gardens. Friends may call on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Kidney Foundation of Maryland.
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Ethan Renner and For The Baltimore Sun | October 17, 2013
"This is wrong, all wrong. Murder. All rot and black. This will not be forgiven," muses Misty Day in the opening sequence of this episode of "American Horror Story: Coven. " "Boy Parts" deals with themes of life, death and the longing deep within all of us to feel as though we're not alone; it did so, of course, in the campy, schlocky way that "American Horror Story" deals with everything. It seems that Misty, back from the dead after being burned at the stake last week, has something of a soft spot for gators -- she brings one back to life and has it drag its killers into a Louisiana swamp for lunch.
FEATURES
By Margaria Fichtner and Margaria Fichtner,Knight-Ridder News Service | February 10, 1994
In these ways, they whisper:In the path the waitress' fingers trace in the moisture coating a chilled bottle of wine. In the mystery of a little girl's toes, transformed into wiggly green twigs by the shoe store X-ray machine. In the feminine planes and hollows of a skull in the Paris Catacombs. In the incongruity of a bracelet clinking in the background of a foreign-language lesson tape. In the endearing self-importance of a woman resettling herself into a church pew after communion. In the surprising fluff of teased blond hair floating above the steering wheel of the pickup truck with spoilers and an empty gun rack.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | April 10, 2012
Fiona Apple played a short series of promotional shows earlier this year to support her upcoming album. Now, she's launching a full tour for "The Idler Wheel is Wiser" that includes stops in Baltimore and Washington D.C. Apple's mini-tour, her first series of live performances outside of Los Angeles, started at South by Southwest and garnered near-ecstatic reviews from critics who said she was giving once-in-a-lifetime performances....
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By June Arney and June Arney,SUN REPORTER | November 18, 2007
Catherine Mitchem and her husband expected their home addition to be done by the time they got back to Columbia from an overseas assignment in Africa. Instead, unpacked boxes tower in their basement, mounds of dirt and chunks of hardened concrete dot the side yard, and a black, plastic silt shield encloses the backyard. They paid a $73,000 down payment for a new family room, a breakfast nook and an expanded master bedroom that are still just a dream, she said. "We can't believe we're in the situation we're in," said Mitchem, a technical writer and consultant.
FEATURES
By Orlando Sentinel | May 18, 2007
Shrek the Third Rating -- PG What it's about -- Shrek the Ogre is in line to rule, and his wife, Fiona, wants a baby. So he rounds up his pals to go find another heir. The Kid Attractor Factor -- The Shrek animated franchise has been a kids' favorite for years. Good lessons/bad lessons -- Growing up means accepting your responsibilities. Girls, don't wait for your "man" to rescue you. Violence -- Comic, cartoonish, even the big death scene. Language -- Pretty clean, save for the flatulence jokes.
NEWS
February 9, 2007
French masterpieces -- Sundays At Three Chamber Music Series will present Masterpieces of French Chamber Music, performed by pianist Brian Ganz (above); violinists Ronald Mutchnik, Claudia Chudacoff and Peter Sirotin; violist Julius Wirth and cellist Fiona Thompson at 3 p.m. Sunday at Christ Episcopal Church, 5800 Oakland Mills Road, Columbia. Works by Cesar Frank, Maurice Ravel and Ernest Chausson are on the program. Tickets are $15; $10 for unaccompanied full-time students. Children and youth to age 18 are admitted free when accompanied by an adult.
NEWS
By Diane Scharper and Diane Scharper,Special to the Sun | December 3, 2006
Thanksgiving Night By Richard Bausch HarperCollins / 403 pages / $24.95 Father John Fire, pastor of St. Augustine's church, tries to talk Mr. Petit out of killing himself. Petit, the high school vice principal, points the gun at the 72-year-old Roman Catholic priest, who is his confessor, and tells him to leave his office. "I -- I haven't heard your confession," the priest says. "Forgive me, Father, I'm intolerably alone. ..." "You will give me that gun and walk out of here with me."
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Cromelin and Richard Cromelin,LOS ANGELES TIMES | April 17, 2005
Who upset the Apple cart? Nobody's taking credit for spilling Fiona Apple's unreleased (and possibly unfinished) third album all over the Internet, but the action has upped the ante in what's become pop music's biggest art-vs.-commerce dust-up since Wilco vs. Reprise Records and Danger Mouse vs. the Beatles. Now Apple's record company is cracking down, she has clammed up, and fans are still manning the barricades. The New York-bred singer-songwriter - whose first two albums, 1997's Tidal and 1999's When the Pawn ... , made her a commercial and critical success - is a perfect centerpiece for this drama.
NEWS
By Lourdes Sullivan and Lourdes Sullivan,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 10, 2000
Last Friday, FOUR teams of Patuxent Valley Middle School pupils answered questions about AfricanAmerican history in the school's Black Saga Competition. The pupils sat on the stage in the school cafeteria. The audience included all the sixth-graders and Jennifer Kaplan's eighth-grade French classes. Kaplan is one of the program's coordinators. For 16 grueling rounds, the young people immersed themselves in 500 years of history. Charles Christian, author of "Black Saga," the book from which the questions were drawn, was the host.
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