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June 29, 2006
On June 26, 2006, RAYMOND "GUMP" EMBRO (Baltimore Hockey Legend) beloved husband and soul mate of Shirley Muffoletto Embro (nee Keefer) devoted father of Raymond C. Embro, Jr., Dean R. Embro, Richard Ellis and Karen Ellis; proud grandfather of nine grandchildren. Also survived by his Canadian family-his mother, Alice Embro (nee Couling), (preceded in death by his father Carl Embro, Sr) six brothers, Morris, Vincent, Trieste, Thomas, Carl Jr. and Randolph; four sisters, Rose Marie, Anita, Brenda, and Heather; many nieces and nephews.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | December 29, 2012
Long before Doug Masiuk became a serious runner, he had to learn how take his lifelong battle with Type 1 diabetes one step at a time. Diagnosed when he was a toddler, Masiuk, now 38, played soccer through high school at Severna Park. Once his soccer career ended, Masiuk had to find another physical activity to help him combat a life-threatening auto-immune disease that prevents the pancreas from producing insulin and can cause dangerously high blood-sugar levels. Several years ago, Masiuk turned to long-distance running.
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By James Ulmer and James Ulmer,The Hollywood Reporter | September 7, 1994
Why mess with success? United International Pictures certainly won't when it starts rolling out the Paramount megahit "Forrest Gump" overseas Sept. 22.According to UIP senior vice president Hy Smith, the distribution giant won't be tinkering much with "Gump's" North American ad campaign, which has already helped the film sprint past the $230 million mark box-office revenues in the United States."
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | June 30, 2012
There's a fun new neighbor at Harborplace. Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. moved into the Light Street Pavilion in May, and the old mall, which had been looking down in the mouth, feels lively again — like a place people might actually have chosen to visit. Founded in Monterey, Calif., in 1996, the chain of casual seafood restaurants was inspired by a shrimp-loving character in the movie "Forrest Gump. " The Bubba Gump menu is packed with shrimp dishes, and the decor of a typical Bubba Gump restaurant is meant to suggest the waterside shrimp restaurant that the characters in the movie might have opened.
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By MIKE LITTWIN | July 22, 1994
"Forrest Gump" is a genuine runaway Hollywood-type movie hit. Which doesn't make any sense at all.It has almost no sex. No fun violence. No Ah-nuld.It's about a guy with an IQ of 75 who becomes, as only Hollywood could envision him, the best of his generation, the very generation that tout le monde is sick to death of hearing about.This is a hit?People who had seen "Gump" insisted that I had to go because it was the history of my life and times. Well, I don't mind telling you I was skeptical.
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By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Sun Film Critic | August 20, 1994
Give Damon Wayans credit: Whatever his sins, vanity is not one of them. Achieving star status in "The Last Boy Scout," he didn't use it to spotlight himself as the world's coolest dude. Instead, as in "Mo' Money" and now in "Blankman," he's chosen to play nerds."Blankman" is, in fact, a kind of "Revenge of the Nerds V: The Superhero Who Couldn't Fly -- or Even Catch the Bus." It follows as a hopelessly uncool, unhip, unsuave young man manages to triumph over all -- in his underwear, it is true, but a triumph none the less.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Correspondent | May 31, 1991
POTOMAC -- Coming into the Kemper Open, Scott Gump had no reason to think this would be the start of something big, and maybe it won't be. But for one day, at least, he was in the spotlight.Gump, a first-year player on the PGA Tour, opened with 6-under-par 65, good for a share of the lead.In 10 previous events, he had made four cuts, posted a lo round of 69 (twice) and had earned $9,590."How was his interview?" asked Chris, his wife of one year an three days, aware that it was a new experience.
NEWS
November 7, 2004
Eleanor Margaret Hogan (nee Helsel); devoted father of Rona Lee Howe and her husband James, Roxanne G. Gump and her husband the late Fred, and Thurman S. Hogan Jr. and his wife Nancy; loving brother of Lavelle Streeter, Grace Burchfild, Margaret Croswell, Lon Boone Hogan, Allen C. Hogan, and the late Jule Hogan and the late L.L. "Babe" Hogan; loving grandfather of Timothy M. Van Scoyoc, the late Jennifer Gump Cobert, Robert C. Van Scoyoc, Robert W....
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January 22, 2004
On January 20, 2004 WALTER T. PACHOLSKI AKA WALTER T. PACHULSKI; beloved husband of Helen T. Pacholski; devoted father of Joan Brown and her husband Lester, Susan Pacholski and Robert Pacholski; loving grandfather of Timothy Brown and his wife Michelle, Andrew Brown and his wife Liesl, Stephen Gump and his wife Jessica and Mary Salyer and her husband James; dear great grandfather of Alexander Gump. He is also survived by many cousins, nieces and nephews. Christian Wake Service at Kaczrowski Funeral Home, P.A., 1201 Dundalk Avenue, on Thursday at 8:30 P.M. Funeral Mass in Our Lady of Hope Church on Friday at 10 A.M. Interment Holy Rosary Cemetery.
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By Dan Berger | July 22, 1998
Don't look now but the Asian slowdown is coming in on the back of the heat wave.They didn't subpoena the Secret Service in Watergate and Iran-contra because those investigations were not as vital to the safety of the republic as what Bill did with Monica.Bubba Gump Shrimp is for Bawlimerns. Real tourists eat crab.Cheer up. General Abubakar promises elections next year.Pub Date: 7/22/98
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2012
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. is now open at Harborplace. The restaurant and market takes over the old Phillips anchor space. The restaurant will be open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. The restaurant is owned by Houston-based Landry's Inc, which refers to itself as "America's biggest dining, hospitality and entertainment company. " Their holdings include casinos, resorts, hotels and such formerly independently owned restaurants groups as McCormick & Schmick's and Morton's the Steakhouse.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2011
Without Phillips as the original Light Street Pavilion anchor, would Harborplace have been so successful? I don't think it would have. Phillips was the essential ingredient in the Harborplace stew, and even as local diners increasingly stayed away, the numbers, and profits, spoke for themselves. Phillips was a monster hit during those early years. Harborplace has changed, though, and Bubba Gump could turn out to be a more strategically attractive anchor restaurant for the Harborplace of today.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2011
That didn't take long. The anchor restaurant space in Harborplace's Light Street Pavilion that for 31 years was home to Phillips has a new tenant. Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., "the first restaurant group based on a motion picture," will occupy the space previously occupied by Phillips Seafood Restaurant and Phillips Express. “We are delighted to bring this unique casual dining option to our city and expect our visitors to embrace this fun, casual seafood restaurant wholeheartedly,” said Christopher Schardt, Harborplace’s senior general manager.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2011
I've never been to a Bubba Gump Co. I've been reading some online reviews, and it sounds in general like Bubba Gump is better than people thought it was going to be. They have fun there. Not everyone agrees; people seldom do.    Forrest Gump Visits Bubba Gump Shrimp Co in Daytona Beach from SEE Coastal Media on Vimeo .   We can only realy agree that Bubba's "shrimp" speech in Forrest Gump is one of the most excruciating sequences in the history of cinema.
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By BILL ORDINE | July 17, 2008
After the UFC light-heavyweight championship fight between defending titleholder Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and challenger Forrest Griffin on July 5, Griffin sent entreaties heavenward that the judges would see the fight his way. He had tried to keep Jackson, a slugger, off balance in their five-round mixed martial arts fight and dominated the second round, pounding Jackson relentlessly with fists and elbows while the two were on the mat. "Please, please,...
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By PETER SCHMUCK | May 6, 2008
I'm pretty sure that if you got yourself a big federal grant and did a study, you'd find that professional athletes are not - on average - any less intelligent than the general population, but you'd never know that by the headlines. On almost any given day, somebody in sports is proving the timeless wisdom of fictional philosopher Forrest Gump, who was fond of pointing out that "stupid is as stupid does." Case in point: Former Orioles pitcher John Bale, who fractured his hand punching a door Friday in Cleveland.
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By Chris Kridler and Chris Kridler,Sun Staff Writer | March 29, 1995
Gump, Gump, Gump, Gump, Gump. Were we shocked at the big winner at the Academy Awards Monday night? Of course not.The guests weren't very surprising, either. Nearly everyone was well-behaved. Some of the stars even combed their hair this year. For once, the presentation patter was slightly less than awful. Were there no highlights or disasters?Of course there were. Maybe you're still annoyed at some of the choices made at the Oscar ceremonies, but you can be assured that these unofficial awards are well-deserved:Most optimistic joke: "We should all be home in about half an hour."
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | May 1, 1997
C. Milton Wright began the season with eight seniors in the starting lineup and the role of prohibitive favorite to repeat as Harford County League champion.There were some second thoughts after the Mustangs lost four of their first five games through a lack of hitting, combined with a string of errors.Wright (11-6, 7-0) moved to within one game of a complete turnaround last night, though, when it overcame an early six-run deficit to whip Havre de Grace, 13-7, at Thomas Run Park. The Warriors, with one loss, were in position to scramble the league race but dropped back to 12-3, 4-2.With only a game tomorrow with Harford Tech left, this victory was Wright's 10th in its last 12 games, one that enabled the Mustangs to claim no worse than a tie for the title.
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By Annie Korzen | December 12, 2007
I don't much care for films that celebrate "small-town values." I always feel judged, even personally attacked, by these movies. When the restless Jenny in Forrest Gump leaves town and ends up an ex-junkie dying of AIDS, I read it as a threat to any woman who doesn't stay put and marry the town idiot. This time of year, I'm inevitably confronted with another movie that really disturbs me, It's a Wonderful Life. Yes, Jimmy Stewart is captivating and Donna Reed is radiant, but I find the story very depressing.
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