October 24, 2002
Thank goodness for that hill that elevates next to Centennial's Angelo Fortunato Memorial Stadium. Overlooking the field hockey field and at eye level with the football stadium, which the girls' soccer team plays on, the hill allows Christine Siegel to keep an eye on all her daughters. That hasn't always been the easiest of tasks. The Siegel sisters have turned the fall sports season at Centennial High School into a family affair, and you can hardly blame their mother for not wanting to miss a thing.
August 7, 2001
They stand on each side of the green, taking turns putting a large, yellow ball to a target about 10 feet away. Hayley, tall and blond, stands on the right, wearing a bright orange hat and a light blue skirt, matching the color of her eyes. Mallory, with dark hair and a playful smile that's missing two front baby teeth, stands on the left, giggling and leaning on her putter. Both love golf and want to become better at it, which is why they joined 20 other girls at Chartwell Country Club in this putting exercise that is part of the LPGA's Girls Golf Club of Baltimore, which holds sessions once a month until October.
November 22, 2007
Check out the catchy pop-rock of Paramore, whose members met in Franklin, Tenn., in 2004, tomorrow night at Rams Head Live. The band's lead singer is teenager Hayley Williams, and its latest album is RIOT!, which was released in June. The Starting Line is also slated to perform at the show. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and tickets are $20. The club is at 20 Market Place. Call 410-244-1131 or go to ramsheadlive.com.
April 28, 2006
It all starts, as such things invariably do these days, on the Internet. Some flirty online chatter between an older man, evidently a photographer, and a much younger girl, evidently precocious. They meet in person at a coffee house. His name's Jeff (Patrick Wilson), and he's a 32-year-old smoothie. Her name's Hayley (Ellen Page), and she's a 14-year-old sharpie. More flirting, more banter ensues before they decide to continue their conversation at his house. Hard Candy (Lionsgate) Starring Ellen Page and Patrick Wilson.
December 12, 1996
"Whistle Down the Wind," the first Andrew Lloyd Webber musical to premiere in the United States in 25 years, has its grand opening tonight at Washington's National Theatre. The new musical is based on a 1958 novel of the same name by Mary Hayley Bell and on the 1961 movie that starred her daughter, Hayley Mills. Lloyd Webber's collaborators are lyricist Jim Steinman, best known as the lyricist for Meat Loaf, and Patricia Knop, with whom the composer co-wrote the libretto.Harold Prince directs this story about three children who discover a stranger they believe is Jesus Christ.
July 27, 2003
On July 23, 2003, RONALD LOUISATWOOD, former Ruxton resident, died in an auto accident; loving husband of Lanette Waters Atwood; loving father of Hayley and Nate; beloved son of Maria A. Baldwin and the late Dr. John M. Atwood; beloved brother of Rachel Huber, Maria Holloway and Suzannah Chapple; beloved step-son of Chester Baldwin and step-brother Chester Baldwin and step-brother of Julia Lozovoy and Jane Ball. He will be sadly missed by his father-in-law, James Waters and Sandy Saxon and a host of uncles, aunts, nieces and nephews.