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By Jamie Bacon, For The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2013
My fiancé Keith and I are about 10 months out from our wedding but are starting to think about where and how long we would like our honeymoon to be. We just recently went on vacation to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and it helped us to think about what we really liked or what we would do differently for our next vacation (which will be our honeymoon). We absolutely loved our resort and the fact that it was all-inclusive. The staff were all very friendly, and it was nice not having to worry about how much money we were spending all week.
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May 15, 2014
Megan Michelle Armstrong, daughter of Mark and Trish Armstrong, of Ellicott City, formerly of Catonsville, wed Kyle William Askine, son of Karen and Joseph Lunz, of Havre de Grace, and Charles and Debbie Askine, who live in Jacksonville, on March 15, 2014. The ceremony took place at the 1840s Plaza, in Baltimore. Kristine Moore was chosen as her sister's matron of honor, with Rene Robey, Christine Perez and Mia Benedetto as bridesmaids. The groom's attendants were longtime friends Erica Socker, Craig Behm, Taylor Graff and Craig Stone.
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By Jamie Bacon, For The Baltimore Sun | October 15, 2013
I want my wedding to be just as perfect as possible, but I want my marriage to be even better.  People get so wrapped up in wedding planning that they sometimes forget why they are there in the first place. Keith and I have been together for almost 5 years; he is the love of my life and my best friend.  May 10, 2014, will be a day that many of our friends and family will see as a special event or a big party, but for us it's the first day of the rest of our lives and the start of our own family.  Even though it is easy to get caught up with all the planning, I think it is important to take time to just be us and do things that we enjoyed doing before we were engaged.
NEWS
January 16, 2014
A corrections officer and a gang leader are headed back to the playland where their convoluted romance began ("Couple are sentenced in city jail scandal," Jan. 15). Taryn Kirkland, a corrections officer, had a tryst with Steven Loney, a Black Guerrilla Family leader. Now, ironically, they are headed back to prison where their dime store-paperback liaison began. Why does it seem that occurrences like this only happen in the state of Maryland? An accomplished writer of fiction novels truly couldn't top this.
NEWS
January 16, 2014
A corrections officer and a gang leader are headed back to the playland where their convoluted romance began ("Couple are sentenced in city jail scandal," Jan. 15). Taryn Kirkland, a corrections officer, had a tryst with Steven Loney, a Black Guerrilla Family leader. Now, ironically, they are headed back to prison where their dime store-paperback liaison began. Why does it seem that occurrences like this only happen in the state of Maryland? An accomplished writer of fiction novels truly couldn't top this.
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By KAREN HARROP | September 29, 1991
WHEN JOHN ROBERTS BEGAN HIS search for the perfect honeymoon trip, a friend told him about a great deal on a trip to Hawaii. His first thought was, "Yeah, yeah, it sounds too good to be true."But then he ran into another friend who had actually taken that particular package to Hawaii."He said the trip had been great, the hotel they stayed in was nice and the whole thing had been a pretty good deal," says Mr. Roberts, a local consultant with IBM. "So I called the agency in Illinois and paid $50 for a certificate, which guaranteed the trip, and a $200 deposit.
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By Olivia Hubert-Allen, The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2013
The first signs of cold started to emerge in early October. The leaves of Ginkgo trees blanketed city sidewalks, and a misguided trip out of the house without a jacket drew immediate regret. Brrrr! Sam and I are self-proclaimed wusses when it comes to the cold and we were mourning the fact that another summer was undeniably over. But then, we had a flash of inspiration. Maybe winter wouldn't be so miserable if we had a sun-filled vacation on the horizon; a date we could mark on the calendar in red Sharpie and stare at each cold winter morning as we ate our breakfast in flannel pajamas.
NEWS
November 13, 1992
In his first press conference as president-elect yesterday, Gov. Bill Clinton displayed the same composure and command of details that helped win him the presidency. Of course, he was doing the easy things -- taking steps or promising to take steps that require no or very little cooperation from Congress.He promised to put together a "diverse" cabinet, as if a Democrat could do anything else. He also said he would end an abortion gag rule at federally funded clinics and provide Haitian "boat people" with asylum hearings.
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By PATRICK ERCOLANO | May 13, 1995
In the five months that he has been Baltimore County executive, C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger has enjoyed remarkably smooth sailing. A honeymoon cruise, one might say.His relations with the County Council have been marked by mutual respect. No surprise there. Like the new executive, most of the members of the new council are lawyers with moderate to conservative views. Also, Mr. Ruppersberger served for nine years on the council. He was one of them not long ago.The county unions likewise seem to admire and trust the guy, mainly because Mr. Ruppersberger has shown union leaders the courtesy of consulting them before announcing plans that would affect workers.
SPORTS
By Matt Vensel | July 1, 2011
Joe Flacco got married last weekend, but we haven’t heard how the Ravens quarterback feels about being a married man. Until now. Flacco appeared on “The Dan Patrick Show” on Friday and he talked about how he’s still in love with his wife and how he doesn’t plan on throwing her any footballs on his honeymoon. “I don’t want to break her nose on our honeymoon or anything like that,” Flacco told host Dan Patrick . Flacco told Patrick that he invited his offensive linemen and other select teammates to the ceremony, which was held at a church in Philadelphia.
TRAVEL
By Stephanie Citron, For The Baltimore Sun | November 1, 2013
Baltimore Ravens strong safety James Ihedigbo harbors no fears, especially when it comes to going face to face with his opponents. Ihedigbo's teammates get a kick out of his focus and intensity. Ihedigbo was so deeply immersed "in the zone" after forcing a near-interception (it was later called back) against the Miami Dolphins, he completely missed coach John Harbaugh's congratulatory chest bump - cameras caught him trotting past his leaping coach. But Ihedigbo clearly likes to celebrate.
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By Jamie Bacon, For The Baltimore Sun | October 15, 2013
I want my wedding to be just as perfect as possible, but I want my marriage to be even better.  People get so wrapped up in wedding planning that they sometimes forget why they are there in the first place. Keith and I have been together for almost 5 years; he is the love of my life and my best friend.  May 10, 2014, will be a day that many of our friends and family will see as a special event or a big party, but for us it's the first day of the rest of our lives and the start of our own family.  Even though it is easy to get caught up with all the planning, I think it is important to take time to just be us and do things that we enjoyed doing before we were engaged.
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By Jamie Bacon, For The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2013
My fiancé Keith and I are about 10 months out from our wedding but are starting to think about where and how long we would like our honeymoon to be. We just recently went on vacation to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and it helped us to think about what we really liked or what we would do differently for our next vacation (which will be our honeymoon). We absolutely loved our resort and the fact that it was all-inclusive. The staff were all very friendly, and it was nice not having to worry about how much money we were spending all week.
EXPLORE
June 17, 2013
Barbara Carter and Matthew Byrd were married on May 25 at the Havre de Grace Community Center. Carter is the daughter of Alfred and Maggie Carter of New Jersey. Byrd is the son of Joyce Byrd of Havre de Grace and the late Earl Byrd. The newlyweds have a honeymoon planned for later this summer.
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By Olivia Hubert-Allen, The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2013
The first signs of cold started to emerge in early October. The leaves of Ginkgo trees blanketed city sidewalks, and a misguided trip out of the house without a jacket drew immediate regret. Brrrr! Sam and I are self-proclaimed wusses when it comes to the cold and we were mourning the fact that another summer was undeniably over. But then, we had a flash of inspiration. Maybe winter wouldn't be so miserable if we had a sun-filled vacation on the horizon; a date we could mark on the calendar in red Sharpie and stare at each cold winter morning as we ate our breakfast in flannel pajamas.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Jordan Bartel, assistant editor, b | January 13, 2013
Just when you thought life couldn't get more depressing for Edith, it does. Big time. Turns out the Gods of Aristocrats can't give poor Edith a break. Was her indiscretion with that farmer really worth so much karma? Look, it's not like her living happily ever (old person) after with the so-fragile-you-touch-him-and-he'll-fall-apart Anthony Strallan was ever a safe bet. 1) He's nice enough but sort-of creepy. 2) He looks like a ghost from a Henry James novel. 3) His arm = busted.
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By Stephanie Region | February 21, 2012
The overarching theme for this week's episode is the fact that the honeymoon is indeed over. Not only are the relationships between the ladies facing challenges, the ladies are also revealing their less-than-perfect qualities to us, the viewers. I know you thought that had already happened, but trust me -- we ain't seen nothin' yet! We begin this episode smack dab in the middle of Tamra and Eddie fighting through clenched teeth and smiling lips. I am still in awe as to how they managed that.
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By Knight-Ridder Newspapers | February 4, 1993
Washington -- The sex jokes paved the way.One Republican campaign button said, "Smile if you had an affair with Bill Clinton."A story about politicians and the Wizard of Oz had George Bush asking for a heart, Dan Quayle for a brain, Ross Perot for courage, and Bill Clinton saying, "Oh, I'm just here to see Dorothy."The wise-crackers of America were on a roll, and it never stopped. From the day Gennifer Flowers claimed she was Clinton's lover to this moment in his new administration, few politicians-turned-president have experienced such a steady rattle of ridicule as Bill Clinton.
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By L'Oreal Thompson, The Baltimore Sun | January 7, 2013
Imagine marrying the love of your life and winning the lottery a few weeks later. This is exactly what happened to Debby Opper, 51, of Owings Mills, last month. On Dec. 1, Opper married Hassan Manafikhalesi, 58, at a ceremony and reception at Martin's West in Baltimore. And on Dec. 28, she won $250,000 in the Mega Millions prize drawing. "It's been quite a month for us," says Opper. The two met at a singles dance about six years ago. When Manafikhalesi popped the question in October 2012, the couple quickly went to work planning a wedding but hadn't scheduled a lengthy honeymoon because Opper was taking care of her mother, who lived in a nursing home.
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By Katie Mercado, For The Baltimore Sun | January 2, 2013
I recently wrote about how to determine who gets a "plus one" to the wedding. While there are some solid criteria to consider, you will likely find yourself in a situation where a guest has RSVPed for two but their invite was only for one. So what do you do? (I guess this is a little premature for me since we haven't sent out our invites yet, but I think this is what I would do.) In my opinion, when a guest RSVPs for two when it should only be one I think it's best and easiest to just pick up the phone and be honest.
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