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By Susan Baer and Susan Baer,Washington Bureau of The Sun | December 21, 1990
WASHINGTON -- While the bewildering child custody case of Morgan vs. Foretich has captured international attention for years, coming to at least a temporary close late last month when a New Zealand court awarded custody of 8-year-old Hilary Foretich to her mother, a similar struggle over the parental rights of the child's 10-year-old half-sister was brewing in the shadows.On Dec. 6, that struggle too came to at least a temporary halt when a Fairfax County Circuit Court judge reportedly asked for an order to be drawn up suspending visitation rights between that child, who lives with her mother in McLean, Va., and the father in both cases, Dr. Eric Foretich, a Northern Virginia oral surgeon.
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By Hilary Hahn and Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2014
When we talk about music, we tend to place our experiences into one of two categories: making the music and listening to it. Delineating the two seems practical and obvious. In reality, though, there are a lot of opportunities for overlap, and it doesn't matter how you get into the music as long as you connect with it. Here are some approaches to try. Immerse I love performing. The sounds coming at me are dynamic, colorful and multi-layered. The energy from the musicians around me and from the audience is a swirl of excitement.
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By Roger Moore and Roger Moore,ORLANDO SENTINEL | October 8, 2004
Hilary Duff, the "Marcia Marcia Marcia" of the Disney Channel generation, emancipates herself from the Mouse but not her made-at-Disney persona in New Line's Raise Your Voice. The movie, an earnest and eager Fame for the young and the tin-eared, showcases Duff in another one of her trademark "just believe in yourself" chaste romances. But just how many times can our cover girl play the put-upon but still best-dressed/best-looking girl in school? Raise Your Voice does Duff no favors by plopping her in the middle of a music conservatory where her Disney-overdubbed singing is exposed for the wan piffle that it really is. Little Miss Lizzie McGuire has no pipes.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2014
Hilary Hahn has canceled her scheduled season-opening performance of Beethoven's Violin Concerto with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and music director Marin Alsop this weekend due to muscle strain. In mid-July, Hahn announced that she would cancel all engagements for six weeks due to an inflamed muscle. Her recovery is taking longer than expected; she is now set to resume concertizing in October. Playing the Beethoven concerto in Hahn's stead will be Pinchas Zukerman, his first BSO engagement in 14 years.
FEATURES
By Lewis Beale and Lewis Beale,Newsday | January 5, 2007
Hilary Swank rushes into a hotel suite, all sharp angles and big bones, plops down on a seat and dazzles with a toothy, very attractive smile. She's lanky and friendly and looks All-American smashing in a black dress and heels. A tomboy with sex appeal, Swank is the totally hot jock girlfriend you took (or wish you did) to the senior prom. The 32-year-old actress is in town to publicize Freedom Writers, a new film in which she plays real-life high school teacher Erin Gruwell, who turned her Long Beach, Calif.
NEWS
By Linell Smith | December 15, 1991
Across a wide plain of Oriental carpet, a child in pink corduroy pants and candy cane turtleneck plays the violin. She plays the sort of music that leaves people momentarily helpless, that makes them remember things they once swore never to forget.Her 84-year-old teacher bends toward her, the lining of his camel hair jacket dangling, his hand trembling slightly."Hold that beat longer, darling, enjoy it," he says in a voice flavored by the warm, sheltering accents of Russian. Later: "Could you make bigger crescendo if I gave you a quarter?"
NEWS
January 2, 2005
On December 29, 2004 JOHN J.; beloved husband of the late Catherine E. Bryl; brother of Ann Pilko and brother-in-law of Joseph Martin Pilko; devoted Patron of St. Hilary's Chapel. Friends may call at the Gonce Funeral Service, P.A., 4001 Ritchie Hwy, on Sunday from 7 to 9 P.M. A Requiem Mass will be offered on Monday at 12 noon in St. Hilary's Roman Catholic Church. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery.
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By REBECCA W. BOYLAN | November 11, 1990
King's Oak.Anne Rivers Siddons.HarperCollins.623 pages. $21.95. King's Oak" bears in its title both the "royalty" of the Southern gentility and the wild beauty that nature takes on in the South. The paradox of this enigmatic partnership between the studied regime of the upper crust and the surreal wantonness of nature )) is the heart of the conflict in "King's Oak."xTC The novel begins with an escape. "Andy" Calhoun escapes with her 8-year-old daughter, Hilary, from Chris Calhoun, the physically and emotionally abusive husband and father.
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By Mathew Paust and Mathew Paust,Newport News Daily Press | November 29, 1992
GLOUCESTER, Va. -- Eric Foretich sat stiffly in his chair occasionally drumming his fingers on the table beside him, as he watched actors in a TV movie portraying him and the people who were closest to him during the most traumatic years of his life.Mr. Foretich, 50, had driven several hours from his dental clinic in McLean, Va., to Gloucester County to watch a videotape of "A Mother's Right: The Elizabeth Morgan Story," which airs tonight on ABC. And he was decidedly unhappy.Dr. Foretich said the movie libels him and will prompt him to sue ABC if the network does not either change or cancel it.The movie is based on the protracted, high-profile custody war between Dr. Foretich and Dr. Morgan, his ex-wife, over their now 10-year-old daughter, Hilary.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | October 2, 1997
For a young Severn team still looking to find an identity, yesterday afternoon was not the time to run into defending Association of Independent Schools A Division champ St. Paul's.The No. 4-ranked Gators, playing their best game this season, jumped all over No. 12 Severn and came away with a comfortable 5-0 win in Brooklandville.Alison and Hilary Polk-Williams, junior twin sisters at midfield, set the pace with two goals and an assist each. Sophomore forward Jenny Landsman added a goal and an assist as the Gators (4-0)
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By Jonah Goldberg | February 10, 2014
It's only February, but it's already my favorite word -- or phrase, I guess -- of the year. (Who knows, by December it may be shortened to "joblock. ") It's not euphonious or edgy, but it does offer insight into the unreality of the Democrats' predicament. The Congressional Budget Office issued a politically explosive report this week, finding that Obamacare will reduce the number of hours Americans work by the equivalent of 2.5 million full-time jobs. This is different than killing 2.5 million jobs, Obamacare defenders are quick to insist.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | January 23, 2014
Hilary Knight, decked out in her navy blue United States uniform and her long brown hair tamed by a stylist, stood on the ice at Ice World in Abingdon, frozen mid-shot near one blue line. Children shuffled around the facility's other ice rink to the beats of Ke$ha and Fall Out Boy as their parents watched from the heated lobby, most of them unaware that one of the world's best female hockey players was in the building for a photo shoot last week. After snapping dozens of pictures of Knight wielding one of their brand new hockey sticks, STX, the Baltimore-based sports equipment maker, put the finishing touches on its promotional campaign to announce that they had signed Knight, the goal-scoring forward and one of the faces of the U.S. Olympic women's ice hockey team, to a five-year promotional agreement.
NEWS
December 21, 2013
Each year, the staff of Baltimore ad agency Planit puts together a video Christmas card, something cute to send to clients and friends. This year, the creative directors got a little more creative than usual. They ushered employees into a back room decorated with glittering trees and giant presents and told them to sing carols for the camera. A few minutes into the song, BAM! — a guy wearing a scary mask and elf costumes popped out of the box. The reactions are priceless.
FEATURES
By Hilary Phelps, For The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | September 12, 2012
Macy's secured a suite - aptly named the Macy's Lounge - inside the Empire Hotel as a place for fashionistas to relax between the fashions shows held in Lincoln Center. Situated directly across the street, it was easy to pop in for a quick snack or a suitable place to wind down for a few moments. Upon entering the suite, visitors could take a seat on the lush couches in the center room or enter one of the rooms off to either side. On one side was a room that held pieces from Nicole Richie's capsule collection, which she designed for the retailer.
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By Hilary Phelps, Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 12, 2012
Late Monday night, I was standing in M&T Bank Stadium with my family, celebrating the Ravens' win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Less than 24 hours later, I found myself sitting in Lincoln Center for the second half of New York City Fashion Week. It's been quite the long, but fun, day! Operating on approximately four hours of sleep, I boarded the early train out of Baltimore's Penn Station and headed to New York with my coffee and itinerary in hand.  The train ride to New York City is easy, and I was joined by others headed for the Big Apple; laptops were brought out and early conference calls were taken.
FEATURES
By Hilary Phelps and John-John Williams IV | September 8, 2012
Lifestyles expert Hilary Phelps and Sun fashion reporter John-John Williams IV give their take from New York Fashion Week. We love her bags. And we love the celebs who carry her bags, but Rebecca Minkoff's spring collection fell way short Friday evening at Lincoln Center. Hilary: She opened with a gorgeous, flowy jumpsuit that would be perfect for late spring or early summer. And I did like the pink tweed blazer with hints of lime green. I also liked her black envelope studded bag. I felt there wasn't a lot of length to her collection.
NEWS
By Charlotte Moler and Charlotte Moler,Contributing writer | September 20, 1992
The air was dense with humidity Wednesday evening as hundreds of Harford countians streamed into the Havre de Grace High School auditorium. But faster then you can say "Rachmaninoff" the heaviness was dispelled by the glorious sounds of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.Jointly sponsored by Harford Community College and the Friends of Classical Music of Harford County, the BSO performance is a perennial sell-out, and this year was no exception.If you're accustomed to hearing the BSO in its natural habitat -- the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall -- it takes a bit of adjustment to hear them at Havre de Grace High.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | October 2, 1997
For a young Severn team still looking to find an identity, yesterday afternoon was not the time to run into defending Association of Independent Schools A Division champ St. Paul's.The No. 4-ranked Gators, playing their best game this season, jumped all over No. 12 Severn and came away with a comfortable 5-0 win in Brooklandville.Alison and Hilary Polk-Williams, junior twin sisters at midfield, set the pace with two goals and an assist each. Sophomore forward Jenny Landsman added a goal and an assist as the Gators (4-0)
NEWS
By Mary Johnson, For The Baltimore Sun | August 23, 2012
Prince George's Little Theatre opens its 53rd season by bringing laughter to Bowie Playhouse with playwright Paul Slade Smith's "Unnecessary Farce. " The company's choice of this 2006 whodunit comedy (which is making its Baltimore-Washington area premiere) underscores PGLT's commitment to fun. Audience members can expect to be amused by improbable situations where bumbling characters resort to disguises while dealing with cases of mistaken identity and increasing mishaps. Devoid of brainy pretensions and usually lacking in witty dialogue, the standard farce is mostly physical, with frantically paced action.
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