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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | April 22, 2014
OK, can I just say something crazy? Maybe it's the party talking or the chocolate fondue, but these Navy baseball players lip syncing "Love is an Open Door" from "Frozen" wins the Internet.  Sure, you might be sick of hearing the kids shriek the lyrics to the song's from this winter's Disney hit, but you can't watch this video without cracking a smile. It helps that the guys,  Brad Borosak and Matt Kilby , are pretty cute. And just wait till the third guy pops into view.
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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | April 22, 2014
OK, can I just say something crazy? Maybe it's the party talking or the chocolate fondue, but these Navy baseball players lip syncing "Love is an Open Door" from "Frozen" wins the Internet.  Sure, you might be sick of hearing the kids shriek the lyrics to the song's from this winter's Disney hit, but you can't watch this video without cracking a smile. It helps that the guys,  Brad Borosak and Matt Kilby , are pretty cute. And just wait till the third guy pops into view.
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By Kevin Cowherd | December 3, 2009
I f I could give one bit of advice to the Ravens as they prepare to face the Green Bay Packers on Monday night at Lambeau Field, it would be: Stay close to those heated benches when you're not in the game. I say this because the temperature at game time is expected to be in the low 20s. There's also a good chance of snow. And because this is Lambeau in December, you can pretty much count on hitting the bad-weather trifecta. That's right: The wind should be blowing, too. Look, they don't call it "the Frozen Tundra" because people are slathering on Coppertone and wearing Hawaiian shirts.
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By Carolyn Kelemen | March 31, 2014
Interest in ice skating peaks every four years during the Olympics. The 2014 Sochi games might be over, but swirling figures on ice are still dancing in the dreams of young would-be Meryl Davis and Charlie White, the Olympic gold medalists in ice dancing. Since 1975, the Columbia Figure Skating Club has provided area skaters with the opportunity to pursue both recreational and competitive skating. Each spring, Pat Muth, her daughter Martha, granddaughter Melissa, and a host of volunteers put many of these rising ice stars in a standing-room-only spectacle, this time around appropriately called "Frozen In Time," at the Columbia Ice Rink.
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By Sara Engram and Sara Engram,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 8, 2002
Breakfast just got a whole lot easier at our house. So did lunches, after-school snacks and even desserts. We've rediscovered smoothies, those eminently sippable beverage-foods that in their most basic form require nothing more than ripe fruit, a knife and a working blender. Frozen-fruit-based concoctions are hardly new. The Orange Julius debuted in 1926, although the name smoothie didn't show up for several more decades. These days, the smoothie business is booming, with menus featuring a dazzling variety of smoothies, many carrying a scoop of supplements for an extra nutritional kick.
BUSINESS
January 27, 1996
Atlantic Beverage Co. Inc. yesterday announced plans to terminate its frozen beverage division and take a one-time charge of $2.4 million to discontinue the operation.The division generated about 2 percent of Atlantic Beverage's roughly $25 million in annual sales. It could not be determined what effect the closing would have on its Flying Fruit Fantasy fruit shake, which has largely been a money loser since its debut in 1980.William E. O'Leary, Atlantic Beverage's president and chief executive, did not return several telephone calls for comment.
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By JULIE ROTHMAN and JULIE ROTHMAN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 28, 2006
Bettye Steinberg of Baltimore was looking for a recipe for Chocolate Snowballs that she had for more than 50 years and misplaced. This old-fashioned favorite was made using Hershey's cocoa, sugar, water and canned milk that were cooked together and then frozen in ice-cube trays. Marjorie Felt of Baltimore sent in her recipe for the frozen treat, which she says was her mother's specialty. Felt says this recipe "brings back memories of our old neighborhood and is still enjoyed today by new generations."
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By NEWSDAY | March 11, 1998
TAMPA, Fla. -- David Cone was no match for El Nino last night as a freakish cold spell forced him to miss another spring-training start. With fans at Legends Field wrapped in blankets, the New York Yankees thought it best to keep Cone insulated from a stiff wind and temperatures in the mid-40s."
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By Ron Ruggless and Ron Ruggless,Dallas Morning News | August 26, 1992
To meet today's hectic pace, cooks trade mixing-and-measuring time for the speed and simplicity of defrosting.The goal is to squeeze more personal time out of the day, and the battle plan is as simple as Caesar's: We come. We thaw. We conquer.Last year, hundreds of new products were introduced into grocery freezer cases, according to Traci Vasilik of the American Frozen Food Institute. Retail sales of frozen food increased to $11 billion, she said, up from $10.7 billion in 1990 and $10 billion in 1989.
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By Joanne E. Morvay | March 8, 2000
* Item: Croissant Pockets * What you get: 2 sandwiches * Cost: About $2.75 * Preparation time: 2 1/2 minutes in microwave, 20 to 25 minutes in toaster or conventional oven * Review: Croissant Pockets has upgraded the crust of its quick-to-make frozen sandwiches with fine results. The new crust is flakier and offers a more buttery flavor -- just like a real croissant. The sandwich fillings remain as popular as ever. The Turkey and Ham With Swiss blended perfectly inside the tender crust.
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By David Horsey | February 18, 2014
With the American South thawing out after a deep freeze, you can be sure that plenty of the folks are interpreting the big chill as more proof that global warming is a hoax. "Warming?" they scoff. "How can the planet be warming when it's so darn cold?" People in other parts of the world seem to have no great difficulty understanding the science, but in the good old USA, where quite a few people consider science just another political opinion, it is going to take a lot longer to get most people to accept the cold facts about a warmer world.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | February 9, 2014
Rescue crews rescued two boys stuck on ice in open water in Pasadena, the Anne Arundel County fire department said Sunday afternoon. The boys had been trapped on a Magothy River tributary in the 1100 block of Jeronco Way, said Lt. Jack Beall, a spokesman for the department. Rescue crews dispatched just after 2:30 p.m. were able to get life preservers to the pair, then bring them to shore at about 3:15 p.m. using an inflatable boat. The boys were sent to Baltimore Washington Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries, Beall said.
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By Jules Witcover | August 27, 2013
President Barack Obama, in a sea of foreign policy troubles, accepted his leadership responsibilities in a CNN interview last week while lamenting the complexity of these challenges. He noted the old Harry Truman dictum that "the buck stops" in the Oval Office and asserted U.S. power and influence in the world must be "in our long-term national interests. " He mentioned both in the context of the developing civil wars in Egypt and Syria and growing calls for American intervention. The reports that chemical weapons were used by the regime in Syria against the insurgents, he said, "starts getting to some core national interests that the United States has, both in terms of us making sure that weapons of mass destruction are not proliferating, as well as needing to protect our allies [and]
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By Jules Witcover | July 7, 2013
During the long Cold War between the United States and the former Soviet Union, when a spy from either side defected he was said to be "coming in from the cold. " In the evolving case of Edward Snowden, the self-described whistleblower on National Security Agency secrets, he seems to be having an uncommonly difficult time accomplishing it. His flight from his NSA surveillance job in Hawaii to Hong Kong, while causing shock and distress to the Obama administration, at first came off as another example of a fed-up insider deciding his country was in the wrong and letting let his conscience be his guide.
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2013
Harris Teeter and Costco have pulled an antioxidant berry blend from stores because it has been linked to an outbreak of hepatitis A. The product made by Townsend Farms Inc. was sold at Harris Teeters stores April 19 to May 7 under the name Harris Teeter Organic Antioxidant Berry Blend in 10 ounce bags. The product was sold at Costco warehouse stores under the product name Townsend Farms Organic Antioxidant Blend in three pound bags. Townsend Farms, Inc. issued a recall of certain lots of the frozen berry blend products on June 4. The blend contains a mix of berries, cherries, and pomegranate.
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By Candy Thomson, The Baltimore Sun | December 16, 2012
The DNA of a battle that helped turn the tide of a war going horribly wrong for America lay buried just six inches below the surface in a Kent County cornfield. For nearly two centuries, the musket balls, canister shot and other artifacts from intense fighting at Caulk's Field waited to tell the story of a sweltering August night in 1814, when militiamen sprang a trap on a British raiding party bent on destruction. How did the citizen-soldiers best their battle-tested foes at Caulk's Field?
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By Joanne E. Morvay | March 31, 1999
* Item: Cooley's SmoothyPak* What you get: 4 (16-ounce) smoothies* Cost: About $2.60* Preparation time: A minute or so in blender* Review: These SmoothyPaks of frozen fruit are ingen-ious. They're healthy, easy to use and they capitalize on kids' love of smoothies -- those fruit shakes you see teen-agers slurping at the mall. We tried the Strawberry-Mango-Pineapple and the Raspberry-Peach-Papaya flavors. Add a banana, a cup each of milk and juice, along with some yogurt, and you've got a nutritious and tasty snack.
NEWS
July 23, 2002
Glenn R. Snyder, 63, frozen food executive Glenn R. Snyder, vice president of merchandising for Burris Food Inc., died of cancer Saturday at York Hospital in York, Pa. He was 63 and lived in Red Lion, Pa. Born and raised in York Township, Mr. Snyder was a 1956 graduate of Red Lion High School. He served in the Army's 2nd Infantry Division. He began his career in the food industry working for Stauffer Cookie Outlet and later with the Jewel Tea Co. At his death, he had been vice president for 15 years of Burris Food in Milford, Del. "Burris Food is a frozen food warehouse, and his work in Baltimore brought him in contact with Giant, Mars, SuperFresh and Acme grocery stores," said his wife of 35 years, the former Margie L. Patton.
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | December 8, 2012
Ellen Carpenter delayed marriage until she found Mr. Right, but by that time she was 38 years old, making it much more difficult to have children. After getting pregnant with the help of hormone injections, the Frederick County resident lost the baby — a girl with severe body malformations — in the first trimester. She explored other options and chose to use frozen eggs from a donor. Today, Carpenter is the mother of a rambunctious 18-month-old named Zachary. A growing number of women are turning to frozen eggs to solve their fertility problems as the controversial procedure that long raised safety concerns slowly gains acceptance.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Beth Aaltonen | November 29, 2012
Pretty please can Abbi go home tonight? Hopefully, but first we have to listen to her for the entire episode. The morning after Tribal Council, Abbi is still reeling from hearing what people actually think about her. She has to be one of the least self-aware people I have ever seen. She's not mean, she's just fiery! And she can be mean, but no one can be mean to her! Bleh. Denise and Jonathan (arguably two of the smartest people in this game) feel the same way I do. Malcolm and Abbi go to get Treemail, and it looks like letters from home, which makes Abbi cry. Malcolm provides a sympathetic shoulder to cry on, and while I don't doubt that he's empathic towards her (although he also calls her out on not being self-aware)
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