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By Chris Kaltenbach and The Baltimore Sun | October 22, 2012
A son of Hollywood royalty will be in Baltimore this week, lending his support in the fight against the disease that killed his father 55 years ago. Stephen Bogart, the son of acting legends Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, will be in town Oct. 24 to film a promotional spot for the Esophageal Cancer Action Network (ECAN), a three-year-old Baltimore-based non-profit promoting early detection and treatment of the disease. Humphrey Bogart, star of “Casablanca” and an Oscar-winner for “The African Queen,” died of esophageal cancer in 1957, when his son was just 8. Stephen Bogart, 63, will be taping a movie trailer and public service announcement at the MPT studios in Owings Mills.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and The Baltimore Sun | October 22, 2012
A son of Hollywood royalty will be in Baltimore this week, lending his support in the fight against the disease that killed his father 55 years ago. Stephen Bogart, the son of acting legends Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, will be in town Oct. 24 to film a promotional spot for the Esophageal Cancer Action Network (ECAN), a three-year-old Baltimore-based non-profit promoting early detection and treatment of the disease. Humphrey Bogart, star of “Casablanca” and an Oscar-winner for “The African Queen,” died of esophageal cancer in 1957, when his son was just 8. Stephen Bogart, 63, will be taping a movie trailer and public service announcement at the MPT studios in Owings Mills.
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January 9, 1993
* Frederick Danielski,Frederick Danielski, 82, who spied for LTC the Allies in World War II while running Lisbon nightclubs and later managed Palm Beach's elite Colony Hotel in Florida, died Thursday at St. Mary's Hospital. He was known as "Mr. Casablanca" because of similarities between his real-life role and that of Humphrey Bogart in the movie "Casablanca." Mr. Danielski had a history of heart problems.* Gen. Asif Nawaz,Gen. Asif Nawaz, 56, Pakistan's tough-talking army chief and the country's most powerful man, died of a heart attack yesterday.
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By Maria Blackburn and By Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | November 17, 2002
Cary, Clark, Gary, Humphrey -- and you At a compact 1,000 square feet, Samuel Parker Clothier in Mount Washington succeeds in transporting shoppers to another place in time, a place where chivalry reigns, classic is good, and casual means pulled-together but never sloppy. Think Cary Grant, Clark Gable, Gary Cooper and Humphrey Bogart -- whose photos grace the cafe-au-lait-colored walls -- and you get the picture. The men's store, which opened last month in the former Wheel House of the historic Mount Washington Mill, sells quality, tailored clothing and accessories ranging from Bills Khakis and J.B. Hill hand-sewn cowboy boots to hand-tailored Ralph Lauren Collection and Samuelsohn suits and Geo. F. Trumper toiletries.
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By Fred Rasmussen | April 24, 1994
From The Sun April 24-30, 1844April 25: The Chestertown, Kent County, News, of Saturday, says: "The season has been, thus far, very favorable for agricultural pursuits. We have peas, stuck, about a foot high -- wheat that will hide a dog, and corn up and harrowed once."April 27: Barnum, the fine old American gentleman of the City Hotel, of this city, has been styled the "Prince of Hotel Keepers," and we think he is entitled to the honor.From The Sun April 24-30, 1894April 28: The Baltimoreans who live in Mount Washington in the summer have already commenced to move to that suburban town.
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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | August 19, 2001
The hottest new spot in Canton owes its existence to Humphrey Bogart. No one loves Casablanca more than Roland Mazzone, who knows the movie's dialog by heart. When he and his partner took over the space where Razorbacks used to be, they named the new place Rick's Cafe Americain after the club in the classic 1942 film. The bar-restaurant has been renovated to give it an exotic look, with ceiling fans, murals and Casablanca showing nonstop on one TV. (Not to worry: The one over the bar will have the ball game.
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By Maria Blackburn and By Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | November 17, 2002
Cary, Clark, Gary, Humphrey -- and you At a compact 1,000 square feet, Samuel Parker Clothier in Mount Washington succeeds in transporting shoppers to another place in time, a place where chivalry reigns, classic is good, and casual means pulled-together but never sloppy. Think Cary Grant, Clark Gable, Gary Cooper and Humphrey Bogart -- whose photos grace the cafe-au-lait-colored walls -- and you get the picture. The men's store, which opened last month in the former Wheel House of the historic Mount Washington Mill, sells quality, tailored clothing and accessories ranging from Bills Khakis and J.B. Hill hand-sewn cowboy boots to hand-tailored Ralph Lauren Collection and Samuelsohn suits and Geo. F. Trumper toiletries.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | December 26, 1992
WASHINGTON -- Pride, Poise and Peanuts.That might be an appropriate title for the tale of the downfall of the Oakland-Los Angeles Raiders.The team that will show up at RFK Stadium today to play the Washington Redskins in their season finale is a team that bears little resemblance to the one that once made Pride and Poise its slogan.The Raiders, struggling at 6-9, now appear to have little pride or poise, but they do have a player (reportedly wide receiver Mervyn Fernandez) who was caught eating peanuts on the sideline during a game two weeks ago.The incident is symbolic of how far the Raiders have fallen since their glory days in Oakland.
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By Michael Olesker | June 12, 2001
WHEN IT comes to fashion, I yield to no man in my complete inability to dress myself. My fashion sense is early attic, my sense of style right out of Sunny's Surplus. Once, I was named one of the 10 worst-dressed people in Baltimore. They said I dressed like Humphrey Bogart -- in "The African Queen." Of course, this was before the Baltimore Ravens went to the White House, where they took permanent possession of the top 11 worst-dressed slots. And that's just for their defense. You want to talk offense -- these guys were offensive.
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November 26, 2005
Nov. 26 1942: Casablanca, starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, premiered in New York.
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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | August 19, 2001
The hottest new spot in Canton owes its existence to Humphrey Bogart. No one loves Casablanca more than Roland Mazzone, who knows the movie's dialog by heart. When he and his partner took over the space where Razorbacks used to be, they named the new place Rick's Cafe Americain after the club in the classic 1942 film. The bar-restaurant has been renovated to give it an exotic look, with ceiling fans, murals and Casablanca showing nonstop on one TV. (Not to worry: The one over the bar will have the ball game.
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By Michael Olesker | June 12, 2001
WHEN IT comes to fashion, I yield to no man in my complete inability to dress myself. My fashion sense is early attic, my sense of style right out of Sunny's Surplus. Once, I was named one of the 10 worst-dressed people in Baltimore. They said I dressed like Humphrey Bogart -- in "The African Queen." Of course, this was before the Baltimore Ravens went to the White House, where they took permanent possession of the top 11 worst-dressed slots. And that's just for their defense. You want to talk offense -- these guys were offensive.
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By Fred Rasmussen | April 24, 1994
From The Sun April 24-30, 1844April 25: The Chestertown, Kent County, News, of Saturday, says: "The season has been, thus far, very favorable for agricultural pursuits. We have peas, stuck, about a foot high -- wheat that will hide a dog, and corn up and harrowed once."April 27: Barnum, the fine old American gentleman of the City Hotel, of this city, has been styled the "Prince of Hotel Keepers," and we think he is entitled to the honor.From The Sun April 24-30, 1894April 28: The Baltimoreans who live in Mount Washington in the summer have already commenced to move to that suburban town.
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January 9, 1993
* Frederick Danielski,Frederick Danielski, 82, who spied for LTC the Allies in World War II while running Lisbon nightclubs and later managed Palm Beach's elite Colony Hotel in Florida, died Thursday at St. Mary's Hospital. He was known as "Mr. Casablanca" because of similarities between his real-life role and that of Humphrey Bogart in the movie "Casablanca." Mr. Danielski had a history of heart problems.* Gen. Asif Nawaz,Gen. Asif Nawaz, 56, Pakistan's tough-talking army chief and the country's most powerful man, died of a heart attack yesterday.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | December 26, 1992
WASHINGTON -- Pride, Poise and Peanuts.That might be an appropriate title for the tale of the downfall of the Oakland-Los Angeles Raiders.The team that will show up at RFK Stadium today to play the Washington Redskins in their season finale is a team that bears little resemblance to the one that once made Pride and Poise its slogan.The Raiders, struggling at 6-9, now appear to have little pride or poise, but they do have a player (reportedly wide receiver Mervyn Fernandez) who was caught eating peanuts on the sideline during a game two weeks ago.The incident is symbolic of how far the Raiders have fallen since their glory days in Oakland.
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By Melissa Grace | April 9, 1995
"Play it Again," by Stephen Humphrey Bogart. 339 pages. New York: Forge Books. $19.95This is straight up. A good read.Of course, it's not at all straight up. Stephen Humphrey Bogart is the son of Lauren Bacall and what's-a-nice-girl-like-you-doing-in-a-place-like-this Bogart. He spins a darn good private eye yarn. This book is reminiscent of the great Raymond Chandler genre tales, though with a slower hand. The story's got the necessaries, including a hard-boiled dame. It even has a pretty decent falling-in-love plot.
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By PETER SCHMUCK | September 13, 2008
The Orioles have shut down Jim Johnson. They have done the same with Matt Albers and Chris Ray. And they should play it completely safe with Jeremy Guthrie and make sure his "tired" arm gets all the rest it needs. Guthrie is a gamer who wants to get back out there and make his last three starts of the season. But this is a situation that makes me think of that moment in Casablanca when Ingrid Bergman tells Humphrey Bogart he'll have to do the thinking for both of them. (For more, go to baltimoresun.
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