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By L. Mickey Fenzel | December 17, 2012
In his 1969 book, Love and Will, existential psychologist Rollo May contended that human tragedies that catch our attention can exemplify an underlying malady of the society in which they occur. Using an example whereby dozens of onlookers failed to take any action as they observed the brutal stabbing of a woman in New York, May wrote of our collective inability to love and to exercise our will in healthy ways. Instead, we choose detached sex and power grabs without consideration of the welfare of others.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2014
Orioles center fielder Adam Jones glides through the home clubhouse in a T-shirt and basketball shorts, razzing everyone he passes with a bellowing voice and an even louder cackle. On the other side of the room is right fielder Nick Markakis, sitting quietly at his locker, rarely looking up. Markakis' choice of nonbaseball duds is often tan and green camouflage. Earlier this season Markakis walked into Camden Yards in head-to-toe camo, looking as if he had just vacated a tree stand in the woods.
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NEWS
March 23, 1992
Patrick J. Buchanan has dropped all pretense of trying to wrest the Republican presidential nomination from George Bush unless, he ominously says, "celestial intervention" alters circumstances. His stated goal now is simply and expansively to capture "the heart and soul" of the GOP in anticipation of a battle royal in 1996.While his Bush-bashing has been an unmitigated success, giving Mr. Buchanan the opportunity to establish a national political network with a huge and lucrative mailing list, the TV commentator has two problems: First, he is not Barry Goldwater.
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April 26, 2014
My husband was diagnosed with Parkinson's at the young age of 38! He was very athletic, and sports were such a part of his life. For 24 years, he bravely fought this devastating disease, with all his heart and soul - and mine too! ( "Parkinson's takes a toll on families too," April 24.) We were in it together. He passed away August 24, 2013. What a wonderful person, he was. It truly took a toll on both of us, as he watched helplessly as I took care of him. The last year, I lost 30 pounds, doing it all. Boy, do I have the experience of a caregiver and Parkinson's!
FEATURES
By Sandra Crockett and Sandra Crockett,Staff Writer | June 24, 1993
It's a magazine whose time has come, says publisher `D Reginald Ware.Although the idea took a while to germinate -- about four years -- the premiere issue of Heart and Soul magazine hit newsstands )) last week.So what makes this magazine different from the numerous other health-oriented magazines that are on the market?It's a glossy, 84-page quarterly magazine that bills itself as "the nation's first healthy lifestyle publication for African Americans."Says Mr. Ware: "We try to delve deeply into the African-American lifestyle -- into every aspect of our daily life.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | July 9, 1991
After his second heart operation, Judge Joseph Ciotola happened to bump into Timothy D. Murphy, the city councilman from southwest Baltimore."How are you feeling?" Murphy asked."Wonderful," said Ciotola, who is 71 years old, "but the doctors tell me I've got to cut back on my work days."This was like a higher court handing him a written decision. Naturally, the judge listened to them. Instead of arriving for work each day at 5 o'clock in the morning, as he'd done for years, Ciotola would dawdle at home and show up as late as 6 in the morning.
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By Dan Fesperman and Dan Fesperman,Berlin Bureau of The Sun | November 25, 1994
SEIFFEN, Germany -- As another Christmas season creeps onto the cobblestoned streets of this hamlet known as Toytown, the winter sun sets early and holiday lights burn late. In the warmth of workshops, whole families gather for a few more hours of hammering, sawing, sanding and painting.It has been this way for more than 300 years in this mountain town near the Czech Republic border, and in window after window you can see the locals at work. They stand before lathes and benches, turning blocks of wood into toy nutcrackers, animals, trains, whimsical "smoking men" and whirling Christmas pyramids.
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By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 6, 2002
At Mastellone, a small Italian grocery in Parkville, customers gather at the counter to share recipes, gossip and even homespun cures for nagging arthritis pain. Across the street, at Mueller's Deli, the meat slicer is in constant swing, producing perfect slivers of liverwurst, bratwurst and knackwurst for hearty sandwiches on imported pumpernickel, sourdough or dark-brown hunter bread. At Near East Bakery in Hamilton, buckets of fresh olives greet shoppers and beckon them to taste the pungent fruits of the Old World.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | July 2, 2004
It's too bad that Disney has stupidly positioned America's Heart and Soul, Louis Schwartzberg's documentary cross-section of the 21st-century United States, as its alternative to Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11, thus insuring condescension from many critics. First, the studio refused to release Moore's film (although Miramax, a Disney company, produced it). Then, the studio screened Schwartzberg's film for the conservative group Move America Forward, which has tried to pressure Moore's film off movie screens.
SPORTS
December 4, 1998
NBA games lost yesterday: 8.Total games missed: 217.Earliest estimated date season can start: Jan. 1.Negotiations: Talks resumed in New York but no progress was reported after a 10 1/2 -hour meeting.Projected player salary losses (through Jan. 1): $330 million.Today's best canceled game: Toronto at New York. Charles Oakley, the heart and soul of the Knicks for 10 years, returns to Madison Square Garden.Pub Date: 12/04/98
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January 24, 2014
In response to Anhvin Doanvo's commentary, "Is every al Qaida group our problem?" (Jan. 20), I would answer no, but I certainly consider that every one of the militant forces in the world should be of deep concern, not only to our operating forces abroad, but also in every heart and soul residing within the shores of our United States. Why? Because from the beginning when the friction originated, these militant forces openly announced that their aim in life was to annihilate every freedom-loving individual from the face of the earth.
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By John McIntyre and The Baltimore Sun | September 7, 2013
Writing at Vanity Fair , James Wolcott mourns the passing of the Boston Phoenix , including a memorable appreciation of the copy editor's craft by Al Giordano:  Copy editors were the heart and soul of the  Phoenix  experience, and I've long since thought that separating the two kinds of editing was at the core of the paper's genius. Let me explain: A story editor checks your facts and challenges you on them, and you debate with him or her and fuss over the content and substance of your story.
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April 1, 2013
Towson University President Maravene S. Loeschke's decision to discontinue the men's soccer and baseball programs and add men's tennis blew my athletic socks off and bruised my heart and soul ("Towson criticized for cutting sports teams," March 21). As a graduate of what was then known as Towson State Teacher College (Class of 1942), my experiences as a student athlete there had a big effect on my later life. From athletic director Donald I. Minnegan, for example, I learned to eradicate the word "no" from my vocabulary.
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By L. Mickey Fenzel | December 17, 2012
In his 1969 book, Love and Will, existential psychologist Rollo May contended that human tragedies that catch our attention can exemplify an underlying malady of the society in which they occur. Using an example whereby dozens of onlookers failed to take any action as they observed the brutal stabbing of a woman in New York, May wrote of our collective inability to love and to exercise our will in healthy ways. Instead, we choose detached sex and power grabs without consideration of the welfare of others.
NEWS
By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,michael.sragow@baltsun.com | September 19, 2008
The fun of Ghost Town starts with the title and doesn't end until the final line. In fact, the ending, in its own milder way, is as perfect as "nobody's perfect" in Some Like It Hot. In this movie, New York City is the ghost town, and not because everyone has left it, as in I Am Legend. Without even knowing it, surviving friends and loved ones, because of their unresolved emotions, keep a horde of dead Manhattanites tethered to Earth. As the dentist who discovers he can converse with the dead, Ricky Gervais gives the film a rich, bittersweet center.
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By Janene Holzberg | January 11, 2008
The scent of printer's ink fills the minuscule lobby of Howard County Tourism Inc., where an overflowing rack of information guides greets visitors to the basement office in the old Ellicott City Post Office on Main Street. The hot-off-the-press, "Howard County Wildlife Driving Tour" guide is making its presence known among the brochures with a pungent aroma only the staff could love. "When the guides arrived, a staff member called me and said, `They're here, and they smell great!'" recounts Executive Director Rachelina Bonacci with a contagious laugh.
SPORTS
By ROCH KUBATKO | December 11, 2005
So it only took two seasons for Miguel Tejada to decide that he wants out of Baltimore. When he arrived for his first spring training, didn't he make headlines by standing in front of his new teammates and announcing that the losing was over? It turned out to be a bigger job than he expected. Now the whining has begun. Lovely. We know the Orioles need to add at least one quality starting pitcher, and it's frustrating to see major deals being pulled off by division or regional rivals. But this is no time for the supposed heart and soul of the team to jump ship.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | December 11, 2005
So it only took two seasons for Miguel Tejada to decide that he wants out of Baltimore. When he arrived for his first spring training, didn't he make headlines by standing in front of his new teammates and announcing that the losing was over? It turned out to be a bigger job than he expected. Now the whining has begun. Lovely. We know the Orioles need to add at least one quality starting pitcher, and it's frustrating to see major deals being pulled off by division or regional rivals. But this is no time for the supposed heart and soul of the team to jump ship.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | August 19, 2004
Running the 107th Carroll County 4-H/FFA Fair, opening the new $5.5 million arena, overseeing 75,000 visitors and 16,000 exhibits, with more than 1,000 of them live animals, and trying to help his children show their entries proved too much for Barry Lippy. The 57-year-old retired teacher, who has managed the past four county fairs, is stepping down from the job. Although he has not submitted his resignation to the Carroll County Fair Board, he has told its members that he plans to resign.
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