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By Chris Kridler and Chris Kridler,Sun Staff Writer | May 5, 1995
Meg Ryan seems to play the same role in almost all her movies, the girl-next-door who finds unexpected love, but her fans don't seem to mind if the chemistry works. And it works, really works, in the charming romantic comedy "French Kiss."Breezier than "When Harry Met Sally . . . " and a lot sassier than the saccharine "Sleepless in Seattle," prime examples of the Meg Ryan subgenre, "French Kiss" sustains a light touch and still manages to be touching.Aglow with energy, Ryan gives her character both innocence and brains.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2012
Singer Katy Perry might have done a service for her country by giving a concert for the Annapolis Naval Academy the other day. But she gave one midshipman a little more -- a kiss right on the lips. The proudly smooched one was a happy-looking fellow named Nicholas "Tanner" Beasley. The singer gave the private show for the Naval Academy on Friday. The lip lock came while Perry, dressed in a midriff-baring, quite short, sequined sailor outfit, had Beasley on stage -- while his peers hooted, whistled and otherwise went wild.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | November 28, 1999
This is the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. For readers seeking gifts for auto racing fans, here are a few ideas:"French Kiss": Butler's Michael Keyser talks with such excitement in his eyes and energy in his voice about his recently released book "A French Kiss with Death -- Steve McQueen and The Making of `Le Mans,' " the impression is it's an homage to the late screen star.But "French Kiss," which Keyser wrote with Jonathan Williams' help, is no loving smooch."I knew he had a lot of warts on him," said Keyser, who has no qualms about showing those imperfections.
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By Kate Shatzkin | May 12, 2007
What it is -- A chocolate-chip cookie mix with Jacques Torres Belgian chocolate and King Arthur flour. What we like about it --How many chocolate-chip cookies has Mom made for you? This mix will return the favor with huge, adult-style cookies that have a river of high-quality chocolate in them. What it costs --$12.95 for a 26-ounce mix; makes 14-16 large cookies Where to buy --The Baker's Catalogue at 800-827-6836 or at bakers catalogue.com. Per serving --(based on 16; mix and chocolate only)
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | March 31, 1997
You can watch the NCAA finals on CBS (beginning at 9 p.m.) or a movie -- those are pretty much your choices tonight. Or, do like me and get to bed early, so you can enjoy every minute of Opening Day tomorrow: Now there's something worth celebrating."
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By MIKE LITTWIN | September 11, 1995
Whatever the songwriters say, a kiss is not just a kiss. Kisses come in all varieties.Ask serial kisser Bob Packwood, also known in Capitol Hill washrooms as Senator Tongue. When he kisses somebody, that person stays kissed. She never forgets his kiss. She'll even testify to the fact.Packwood must feel proud. He must feel like a manly man.He's no two-cheek man, that's for sure. He doesn't believe in that Hollywood, cheeks-nearly-touching kiss you give your almost-friends, either.He also doesn't go for pecks or smooches.
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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | September 14, 2003
Don't let the last days of summer slip away without eating outside at least one more time. Remember, it's not officially autumn until Sept. 23. These days, I'm recommending the deck of the new Peacock Cafe: small, stylish, right on the water and undiscovered (as of yet) by the tourists. It's the hotel's coffee shop, but only in the sense that it's casual and serves breakfast and lunch as well as dinner. You can sip a french kiss -- champagne with fresh raspberries and a dash of raspberry liqueur -- at the bar and watch dusk fall gently over the harbor.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2012
Singer Katy Perry might have done a service for her country by giving a concert for the Annapolis Naval Academy the other day. But she gave one midshipman a little more -- a kiss right on the lips. The proudly smooched one was a happy-looking fellow named Nicholas "Tanner" Beasley. The singer gave the private show for the Naval Academy on Friday. The lip lock came while Perry, dressed in a midriff-baring, quite short, sequined sailor outfit, had Beasley on stage -- while his peers hooted, whistled and otherwise went wild.
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By Kate Shatzkin | May 12, 2007
What it is -- A chocolate-chip cookie mix with Jacques Torres Belgian chocolate and King Arthur flour. What we like about it --How many chocolate-chip cookies has Mom made for you? This mix will return the favor with huge, adult-style cookies that have a river of high-quality chocolate in them. What it costs --$12.95 for a 26-ounce mix; makes 14-16 large cookies Where to buy --The Baker's Catalogue at 800-827-6836 or at bakers catalogue.com. Per serving --(based on 16; mix and chocolate only)
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By YOLANDA GARFIELD | April 25, 1993
Designer Jay Jenkins of Gorrell Jenkins Associates Ltd. met the owners of this Baltimore condominium when he volunteered for Lifesongs for AIDS Inc., a group that raises funds for AIDS organizations. The wife had volunteered, too.Clearly, they had similar charitable interests. A friendship sprang from the volunteer work. But also, the homeowners appreciated his warmth, creativity and reputation as one of the mid-Atlantic's rising young design talents.The owners introduced Mr. Jenkins to the new condominium, with its view of woodland and golf course, before they purchased it. They were moving from a house decorated during the 1970s in olive greens and golds in a contemporary style, and they craved something more sophisticated.
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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | September 14, 2003
Don't let the last days of summer slip away without eating outside at least one more time. Remember, it's not officially autumn until Sept. 23. These days, I'm recommending the deck of the new Peacock Cafe: small, stylish, right on the water and undiscovered (as of yet) by the tourists. It's the hotel's coffee shop, but only in the sense that it's casual and serves breakfast and lunch as well as dinner. You can sip a french kiss -- champagne with fresh raspberries and a dash of raspberry liqueur -- at the bar and watch dusk fall gently over the harbor.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | November 28, 1999
This is the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. For readers seeking gifts for auto racing fans, here are a few ideas:"French Kiss": Butler's Michael Keyser talks with such excitement in his eyes and energy in his voice about his recently released book "A French Kiss with Death -- Steve McQueen and The Making of `Le Mans,' " the impression is it's an homage to the late screen star.But "French Kiss," which Keyser wrote with Jonathan Williams' help, is no loving smooch."I knew he had a lot of warts on him," said Keyser, who has no qualms about showing those imperfections.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | March 31, 1997
You can watch the NCAA finals on CBS (beginning at 9 p.m.) or a movie -- those are pretty much your choices tonight. Or, do like me and get to bed early, so you can enjoy every minute of Opening Day tomorrow: Now there's something worth celebrating."
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By MIKE LITTWIN | September 11, 1995
Whatever the songwriters say, a kiss is not just a kiss. Kisses come in all varieties.Ask serial kisser Bob Packwood, also known in Capitol Hill washrooms as Senator Tongue. When he kisses somebody, that person stays kissed. She never forgets his kiss. She'll even testify to the fact.Packwood must feel proud. He must feel like a manly man.He's no two-cheek man, that's for sure. He doesn't believe in that Hollywood, cheeks-nearly-touching kiss you give your almost-friends, either.He also doesn't go for pecks or smooches.
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By Chris Kridler and Chris Kridler,Sun Staff Writer | May 5, 1995
Meg Ryan seems to play the same role in almost all her movies, the girl-next-door who finds unexpected love, but her fans don't seem to mind if the chemistry works. And it works, really works, in the charming romantic comedy "French Kiss."Breezier than "When Harry Met Sally . . . " and a lot sassier than the saccharine "Sleepless in Seattle," prime examples of the Meg Ryan subgenre, "French Kiss" sustains a light touch and still manages to be touching.Aglow with energy, Ryan gives her character both innocence and brains.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | September 5, 1996
A Glen Burnie High School teacher acquitted two years ago of charges that he had sex with one of his students in the 1970s is fighting accusations of sexual misconduct with her and three other students to save his job.Seven school board members heard closing arguments in a school board administrative hearing last night in the case of Thomas A. Newman, 47, accused of having sexual relations, kissing and sexually harassing four female students over an 11-year...
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By Sarah Kickler Kelber and By Sarah Kickler Kelber,SUN STAFF | September 29, 2002
At some point, all that leather furniture starts to look the same, doesn't it? Nouveau Contemporary Goods has a solution to that problem with its new furniture from American Leather of Dallas. The line -- made in the United States, as the name implies -- offers chairs, recliners and sofas made of high-quality leather in interesting shapes and amazing, bright colors. The Guggenheim sofa by Rick Lee is a sectional turned sleek. You can choose from different sizes to create a piece that fits your room.
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