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By Sarah Lyall and Sarah Lyall,New York Times News Service | March 19, 1994
The barrage probably began in 1992 when Barry Williams, commonly known as Greg Brady, published his memoirs."Growing Up Brady: I Was a Teenage Greg" was a rich mine of trivia, filled with delicious details about Mr. Williams' off-screen necking with Maureen McCormick, who played his stepsister Marcia; his unrequited crush on Florence Henderson, who played his stepmother, and the time he showed up to work high on pot ("Now there was no doubt," he wrote....
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By SARAH PEKKANEN and SARAH PEKKANEN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 25, 2001
It's shocking but true: Greg Brady is in trouble. This latest controversy doesn't even compare to what happened when he lit up his first on-air cigarette - or when he tried calling his bemused parents "Carol" and "Mike." No, the maelstrom now swirling around Greg rivals the angst that gripped the country when the oldest Brady boy - aka actor Barry Williams - revealed in a tell-all book that he'd made out with on-screen sister Marcia. This time, the brouhaha is following him to Baltimore.
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By SARAH PEKKANEN and SARAH PEKKANEN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 25, 2001
It's shocking but true: Greg Brady is in trouble. This latest controversy doesn't even compare to what happened when he lit up his first on-air cigarette - or when he tried calling his bemused parents "Carol" and "Mike." No, the maelstrom now swirling around Greg rivals the angst that gripped the country when the oldest Brady boy - aka actor Barry Williams - revealed in a tell-all book that he'd made out with on-screen sister Marcia. This time, the brouhaha is following him to Baltimore.
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May 20, 2000
About eight years ago, Barry Williams, aka Greg Brady, wrote a book about what it was like, being a kid actor on "The Brady Bunch," that early-1970s sitcom that somehow has become a cultural touchstone for anyone who grew up around that time. Light and airy as they come, the book's biggest revelation was that Barry was no different than every other male pre-teen alive at the time: he, too, had a crush on Maureen McCormick. But unlike the rest of us, he had the pleasure of working alongside her everyday, since she was playing his sister, Marcia.
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By Jean Marbella | July 18, 1992
It's going to be a very Brady Monday.From dawn to dusk, and beyond, you won't be able to get away from actor Barry Williams, aka Greg Brady of "The Brady Bunch," who will be in the Baltimore area for a series of promotions.The much beloved, much mocked "Brady Bunch," about a mother of three daughters and a father of three sons who marry and produce the most ickily perfect blended family, is enjoying a resurgence of popularity about 20 years after its original airing. Mr. Williams is behind much of that wave -- his recently published book, "Growing Up Brady: I Was a Teenage Greg," is currently on the best-seller lists.
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May 20, 2000
About eight years ago, Barry Williams, aka Greg Brady, wrote a book about what it was like, being a kid actor on "The Brady Bunch," that early-1970s sitcom that somehow has become a cultural touchstone for anyone who grew up around that time. Light and airy as they come, the book's biggest revelation was that Barry was no different than every other male pre-teen alive at the time: he, too, had a crush on Maureen McCormick. But unlike the rest of us, he had the pleasure of working alongside her everyday, since she was playing his sister, Marcia.
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By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,Staff Writer | July 21, 1992
By any actor's measure, Barry Williams had Made It: He was starring on Broadway at the theater next door to Sardi's and across from the one playing "Phantom of the Opera." His picture was blown up to 8 feet tall for the poster trumpeting the show."I was very proud. I felt I'd arrived," Mr. Williams recalled. "Magazines were coming to do stories on the show. But guess what they all wanted to know about?"Oh, perhaps something about the lovely lady who was bringing up three very lovely girls?
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | June 23, 2011
I'm pretty sure Greg Brady tried this, but maybe it was Parker Lewis. We just couldn't figure out why Cordish and Phillips were being so coy about their relationship - weren't they in love like everybody thought? It's their business, of course, and there any number of explanations for their public denials, including the possiblity that Cordish has always thought that Phillips was super stuck up and that Phillips wouldn't have moved into the Power Plant if it were the last place in the whole Inner Harbor!
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By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,Sun Staff | July 28, 1998
The Baltimore Ravens have broken training camp. This should be a time of fanatic interest, as Our Very Own professional football team prepares for its third season. We have a new quarterback, a new stadium, and new toilets that flush on cue.What more do we need to get juiced about the Ravens?For whatever treasonous reason (the Orioles streak since the All-Star break?), some of us aren't on board yet. Team spirit remains lackluster, and team knowledge is weak. We should be ashamed. Even if we never become a die-hard Ravens fan, we should know a few fundamentals.
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By Rob Hiaasen | April 15, 2000
From: ABC News President David Westin To: Ted Koppel, Sam Donaldson, Peter Jennings Subject: Leonardo DiCaprio's interview with President Clinton for ABC News' Earth Day Special, airing April 22. Gentlemen: I understand you are all concerned about our decision to air excerpts of Mr. DiCaprio's interview at the White House with President Clinton. I need to "set the record straight" regarding our commitment to news and to the public. Mr. DiCaprio is not only the celebrity chairman of this year's Earth Day (previous distinguished recipients include Barry "Greg Brady" Williams)
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By Sarah Lyall and Sarah Lyall,New York Times News Service | March 19, 1994
The barrage probably began in 1992 when Barry Williams, commonly known as Greg Brady, published his memoirs."Growing Up Brady: I Was a Teenage Greg" was a rich mine of trivia, filled with delicious details about Mr. Williams' off-screen necking with Maureen McCormick, who played his stepsister Marcia; his unrequited crush on Florence Henderson, who played his stepmother, and the time he showed up to work high on pot ("Now there was no doubt," he wrote....
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By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,Staff Writer | July 21, 1992
By any actor's measure, Barry Williams had Made It: He was starring on Broadway at the theater next door to Sardi's and across from the one playing "Phantom of the Opera." His picture was blown up to 8 feet tall for the poster trumpeting the show."I was very proud. I felt I'd arrived," Mr. Williams recalled. "Magazines were coming to do stories on the show. But guess what they all wanted to know about?"Oh, perhaps something about the lovely lady who was bringing up three very lovely girls?
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By Jean Marbella | July 18, 1992
It's going to be a very Brady Monday.From dawn to dusk, and beyond, you won't be able to get away from actor Barry Williams, aka Greg Brady of "The Brady Bunch," who will be in the Baltimore area for a series of promotions.The much beloved, much mocked "Brady Bunch," about a mother of three daughters and a father of three sons who marry and produce the most ickily perfect blended family, is enjoying a resurgence of popularity about 20 years after its original airing. Mr. Williams is behind much of that wave -- his recently published book, "Growing Up Brady: I Was a Teenage Greg," is currently on the best-seller lists.
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By SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE | September 16, 2004
SAN FRANCISCO - In the latest act of Napa Valley's continuing family saga, Robert Mondavi Corp. said late Tuesday that it plans to sell its luxury wine brands, including the original Robert Mondavi Winery that made the company famous. The move might resolve the long-simmering dispute between Robert Mondavi's sons, Michael and Timothy, over the direction of the company their father founded in 1966 after a fight with his brother, Peter. Layoffs are expected in both the luxury- and supermarket-wine sectors of the Oakville, Calif.
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By MILTON KENT | September 29, 1994
Maybe there aren't as many Washington Redskins haters out there as we thought.Redskins ratings in Baltimore have been less than exemplary this season, as their games, which dominated last year in head-to-head competition, have been beaten consistently.Last weekend's ratings, furnished by this week's official supplier, WBAL's Sharon Walz, yielded yet another loss, the third in four weeks, as the Redskins-Atlanta Falcons game on Channel 45 at 1 p.m. drew a 6.6 rating and a 15 share, trailing the Miami-Minnesota contest on Channel 2, which attracted a 10.2/23.
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