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By New York Times | June 14, 1991
NEW YORK -- He's a famous athlete. He makes more money than anyone else in his sport. At night, he shares his bed with one to four women.When he's not having sex with them, he guzzles beer. When he's not having sex or guzzling beer, he's puffing on cigars.When the sex and the beer and the stogies are finished, he goes out to the ballpark and performs feats that are the stuff of legend.Does he sound like someone you know?The athlete? Babe Ruth. This spring his baseball legend is being re-created in and around Chicago in a film titled "The Babe," with Arthur Hiller directing, John Goodman in the title role and Kelly McGillis as Claire Merritt Hodgson, the beautiful young widow who became his second wife.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | October 13, 2012
Margaret Lorraine Fusco, a homemaker who had worked in department stores and run a day care center, died Oct. 10 of Alzheimer's disease complications at Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center in Havre de Grace. The former White Marsh resident was 69. Born Margaret Lorraine Hennel in Baltimore, she was raised on Baylis Street and was a 1961 graduate of Patterson Park High School. She lived with her family for many years on Chesterfield Avenue in Belair-Edison. As a young woman, she worked at Tru Fit Clothes and the old Epstein's department store in Highlandtown.
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January 5, 2004
On January 3, 2004, REGINA G. SCHARF (nee Forti), beloved wife of William Eugene Scharf, loving mother of Mary Fusco, Beverly Grau and Cynthia Scharf, sister of Clayton, David, Joseph and Faustino Forti; grandmother of Elisa Grau, Jason, Brian, and Kristina Fusco and Michael Wright. A vigil service will be held at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck Inc. Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road (at Echodale), on Tuesday at 4 PM. A funeral mass will be celebrated at the Shrine of the Little Flower Church, Wednesday at 10 AM. Entombment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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By Sarah Schaffer and Sarah Schaffer,SUN STAFF | August 8, 2004
Thousands of local Italian-Americans - and those who maybe just enjoy gelato, pizza and spicy sausage - gathered yesterday to celebrate the return of the Towson Italian Festival, an event that was last held in the Baltimore County seat about 20 years ago. None of this year's organizers, members of the Towson Dulaney Lodge of the Order Sons of Italy, could explain or even remember why the charitable event fizzled out sometime in the 1980s, but they are...
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By Dail Willis and Dail Willis,Ocean City Bureau of The Sun | August 7, 1994
An article in the Sunday Sun incorrectly reported the length of time a Delaware tag holder has before the tag number reverts to the state. Tag owners have 30 days to transfer the registration, but a tag number does not revert to the state until one year and one day after the registration has expired, according to Steve Twilley, community relations officer in the Department of Public Safety.5) The Baltimore Sun regrets the errors.REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. -- Everybody knew it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | September 16, 1994
"Under Suspicion" is one of the strangest new shows this fall.It make sense when you understand that it's an attempted knockoff of "Prime Suspect 3," the Emmy Award-winning miniseries from Britain that starred Helen Mirren as a female police detective supervising a squad room full of men.But CBS appears to have understood almost nothing about what made "Prime Suspect 3" so great, and, as a result, gets it all wrong in "Under Suspicion."The pilot for the series, which premieres at 9 tonight on WBAL (Channel 11)
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By Sarah Schaffer and Sarah Schaffer,SUN STAFF | August 8, 2004
Thousands of local Italian-Americans - and those who maybe just enjoy gelato, pizza and spicy sausage - gathered yesterday to celebrate the return of the Towson Italian Festival, an event that was last held in the Baltimore County seat about 20 years ago. None of this year's organizers, members of the Towson Dulaney Lodge of the Order Sons of Italy, could explain or even remember why the charitable event fizzled out sometime in the 1980s, but they are...
SPORTS
October 11, 1997
BaseballCardinals: Signed IF-OF Mike Hardge.Mets: Released P Takashi Kasiwada. Named Jack Zduriencik special assistant to the general manager, Carmen Fusco director of professional scouting, Gary LaRocque director of amateur scouting, Omar Minaya director of international scouting, Jim Duquette director of player personnel and Howard Johnson scout.BasketballClippers: Waived F Quinn Harwood, F-G Malcolm Leak and F-G Mark Young.Kings: Waived F Stacey King and C Matt Fish.Timberwolves: Signed G Reggie Jordan.
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March 6, 2004
On March 3, 2004, DEAN (ART) FUNK, of Arnold, MD; beloved husband of Nancy J. Funk (nee Harner); loving father of Dean A. Funk, Jr., Steven D. Funk, Dawn M. Moyers and Jo Ellen Fusco; devoted stepfather of Dana F. Griffin, Craig W. Diggins and Scott R. Phillips; dear brother of Verne J. Funk; grandfather of 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Memorial Services will be held at the Severn Covenant Church, 20 Gambrills Road, Severn, MD 21060, 410-987-3021, on Sunday, March 7, 6 P.M. Interment private.
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By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,SUN STAFF | June 12, 2001
Orion Power Holdings Inc. has more than doubled in size and far exceeded earnings expectations in the last year, Chief Executive Officer Jack Fusco said yesterday at the Baltimore energy company's first annual shareholders meeting since going public in November. With about 6,000 megawatts of electricity - enough to supply 6 million homes - already being produced, Orion's new five-year plan calls for additional power plants to be built and the purchase of other facilities in order to reach a goal of 20,000 megawatts by 2005, Fusco told a small group of about 30 company employees and members of the board at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore.
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March 6, 2004
On March 3, 2004, DEAN (ART) FUNK, of Arnold, MD; beloved husband of Nancy J. Funk (nee Harner); loving father of Dean A. Funk, Jr., Steven D. Funk, Dawn M. Moyers and Jo Ellen Fusco; devoted stepfather of Dana F. Griffin, Craig W. Diggins and Scott R. Phillips; dear brother of Verne J. Funk; grandfather of 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Memorial Services will be held at the Severn Covenant Church, 20 Gambrills Road, Severn, MD 21060, 410-987-3021, on Sunday, March 7, 6 P.M. Interment private.
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January 5, 2004
On January 3, 2004, REGINA G. SCHARF (nee Forti), beloved wife of William Eugene Scharf, loving mother of Mary Fusco, Beverly Grau and Cynthia Scharf, sister of Clayton, David, Joseph and Faustino Forti; grandmother of Elisa Grau, Jason, Brian, and Kristina Fusco and Michael Wright. A vigil service will be held at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck Inc. Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road (at Echodale), on Tuesday at 4 PM. A funeral mass will be celebrated at the Shrine of the Little Flower Church, Wednesday at 10 AM. Entombment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,SUN STAFF | June 12, 2001
Orion Power Holdings Inc. has more than doubled in size and far exceeded earnings expectations in the last year, Chief Executive Officer Jack Fusco said yesterday at the Baltimore energy company's first annual shareholders meeting since going public in November. With about 6,000 megawatts of electricity - enough to supply 6 million homes - already being produced, Orion's new five-year plan calls for additional power plants to be built and the purchase of other facilities in order to reach a goal of 20,000 megawatts by 2005, Fusco told a small group of about 30 company employees and members of the board at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | July 30, 1998
TRENTON, N.J. -- For 3 1/2 hours yesterday, Mike Tyson listened contentedly as a parade of character witnesses at a New Jersey boxing license hearing took turns describing him as a doting husband and father, a loyal friend and a forthright individual seeking redemption.It sounded like a perfectly orchestrated script by the new advisory team to the former heavyweight champion who is seeking to return to the ring. He has been idle since last July after the revocation of his license by the Nevada Athletic Commission for chomping Evander Holyfield's ears in their Las Vegas fight, June 28, 1997.
SPORTS
October 11, 1997
BaseballCardinals: Signed IF-OF Mike Hardge.Mets: Released P Takashi Kasiwada. Named Jack Zduriencik special assistant to the general manager, Carmen Fusco director of professional scouting, Gary LaRocque director of amateur scouting, Omar Minaya director of international scouting, Jim Duquette director of player personnel and Howard Johnson scout.BasketballClippers: Waived F Quinn Harwood, F-G Malcolm Leak and F-G Mark Young.Kings: Waived F Stacey King and C Matt Fish.Timberwolves: Signed G Reggie Jordan.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | September 16, 1994
"Under Suspicion" is one of the strangest new shows this fall.It make sense when you understand that it's an attempted knockoff of "Prime Suspect 3," the Emmy Award-winning miniseries from Britain that starred Helen Mirren as a female police detective supervising a squad room full of men.But CBS appears to have understood almost nothing about what made "Prime Suspect 3" so great, and, as a result, gets it all wrong in "Under Suspicion."The pilot for the series, which premieres at 9 tonight on WBAL (Channel 11)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Film Critic | April 17, 1992
It must have been the hand-eye. Nestled in that bosun's body, concealed in those meaty arms, lurking behind those tiny, narrow-set eyes there had to be something akin to a radar system -- computer driven, of course, so precisely engineered it could rIt must have been the hand-eye. Nestled in that bosun's body, concealed in those meaty arms, lurking behind those tiny, narrow-set eyes there had to be something akin to a radar system -- computer driven, of course, so precisely engineered it could read the rotation on the ball, solve the intercept problem, flash the correct coordinates down the arms to the wrists while simultaneously unleashing the full strength of the trunk, all this in less than three-hundredths of a second.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | July 30, 1998
TRENTON, N.J. -- For 3 1/2 hours yesterday, Mike Tyson listened contentedly as a parade of character witnesses at a New Jersey boxing license hearing took turns describing him as a doting husband and father, a loyal friend and a forthright individual seeking redemption.It sounded like a perfectly orchestrated script by the new advisory team to the former heavyweight champion who is seeking to return to the ring. He has been idle since last July after the revocation of his license by the Nevada Athletic Commission for chomping Evander Holyfield's ears in their Las Vegas fight, June 28, 1997.
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By Dail Willis and Dail Willis,Ocean City Bureau of The Sun | August 7, 1994
An article in the Sunday Sun incorrectly reported the length of time a Delaware tag holder has before the tag number reverts to the state. Tag owners have 30 days to transfer the registration, but a tag number does not revert to the state until one year and one day after the registration has expired, according to Steve Twilley, community relations officer in the Department of Public Safety.5) The Baltimore Sun regrets the errors.REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. -- Everybody knew it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Film Critic | April 17, 1992
It must have been the hand-eye. Nestled in that bosun's body, concealed in those meaty arms, lurking behind those tiny, narrow-set eyes there had to be something akin to a radar system -- computer driven, of course, so precisely engineered it could rIt must have been the hand-eye. Nestled in that bosun's body, concealed in those meaty arms, lurking behind those tiny, narrow-set eyes there had to be something akin to a radar system -- computer driven, of course, so precisely engineered it could read the rotation on the ball, solve the intercept problem, flash the correct coordinates down the arms to the wrists while simultaneously unleashing the full strength of the trunk, all this in less than three-hundredths of a second.
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