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By Joanne E. Morvay and By Joanne E. Morvay,Special to the Sun | August 26, 2001
When Jen Ford was growing up, her first love was her grandparents' Woodbine dairy farm. Jen, her three siblings and their numerous cousins spent every spare moment at Timberleigh Farm, just down the hill from their homes. Like their parents before them, Jen and her merry band explored the fields, played roller hockey on the tennis courts and climbed the silos. Their voices filled the farmhouse with laughter, and their footsteps wore the wood floors to a soft sheen. Their names are still visible on the walls of their "fort," a small closet under the stairs.
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By Morgan Eichensehr and For The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2014
Jen Seidel had no idea that when she decided to shake things up at a costume party eight years ago, she would end up falling in love with body paint artistry and turning it into a successful career. Now, Seidel has released a coffee table book, "Covered," featuring photos of her modeled artwork and hopes to use it as a tool to help others and continue to "paint it forward. " In a recent phone interview, Seidel, 45, who lives in Reisterstown, talked about how she got started in body painting, where it's taken her in her career and why she, well, does what she does.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | January 31, 2013
Institute of Notre Dame girls basketball coach Jerry Hahn isn't feeling too emotional heading into Friday night's 47th annual rivalry game against Mercy - at least not yet. It could be a different story after the game. For the third and final time, Hahn will coach his daughter, Jen, in "The Game," the showdown that regularly draws at least 4,000 fans to the Towson Center. For the Hahns, "The Game" is as much family tradition as IND tradition. Wife and mother Karen Hahn also played in "The Game" for IND in 1986, coached by her future husband.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | October 12, 2013
COLLEGE PARKĀ  - Maryland quarterback Caleb Rowe's second career start began under circumstances similar to his first as a freshman last season. It nearly ended with similar heartbreak for the 6-foot-3, 210-pound sophomore. A year ago, after taking over for fellow freshman Perry Hills, Rowe saw his own season cut short with the same anterior cruciate ligament tear that had ended Hills' and C.J. Brown's years. It came in a three-point defeat to Boston College. With Brown ruled out because of a concussion suffered in last week's shellacking at Florida State, Rowe came out of Byrd Stadium with his knee healthy seemingly intact and his team victorious, surviving with a 27-26 win over Virginina at Byrd Stadium.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | September 20, 2000
COLLEGE PARK - Freshman midfielder Jen Biscoe needed less than five games to help lead the Maryland women's soccer team to surprising early-season heights, but now her season has shockingly come to an end due to a freakish, non-contact injury. Biscoe will undergo surgery Friday to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament she suffered Sept. 9 in a 1-0 loss to Richmond on natural grass. Biscoe was chasing a ball down in the defensive corner of the field and tried to change directions, resulting in the injury to the standout from John Carroll High who was The Sun's Player of the Year last season.
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By FROM STAF REPORTS | February 5, 2001
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. - Jen Brickey had a game-high 20 points and nine rebounds to lead Hofstra over Towson, 69-44, yesterday in an America East women's game. Towson (2-19, 2-10) took an 8-6 lead at the 12:16 mark of the first half, but Hofstra (8-12, 5-7) answered with a 24-7 run to take control. The Tigers, who shot just 26 percent in the game, could get no closer than 17 in the second half in losing for the fifth time in the past six games. Towson got a season-high 14 points from Faith Jones, and Jackie Richardson scored 10.
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December 23, 2003
ANDREW AND JEN are finished. Bob and Estella look like they're on the rocks, too. Everyone knows Aaron and Helene are ancient history. How long can newlyweds Ryan and Trista possibly last? Yes, the news on the reality television dating front is not good. Early indications are that attractive exhibitionists with delusions of stardom thrust into artificial courtship for the benefit of a television audience don't always form lasting relationships. Shocking. Absolutely shocking. We would lament this unfortunate quenching of romantic flame except, of course, it seems to work out for the best anyway.
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March 18, 2007
On March 12, 2007, MARIE. Friends may call at the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 E. North Avenue, on Sunday after 10 A.M. The family will receive friends at Mt. Zion Hill Baptist Church, 4800 Harford Road, on Monday at 10:30 A.M. Funeral Services will follow at 11 A.M.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2013
Coming out of Gilman two years ago, Darius Jennings drew comparisons to West Virginia star and fellow Baltimorean Tavon Austin for his physical stature and football accomplishments. After his first two seasons at Virginia, Jennings found himself next to former Cavalier stars Heath Miller and Herman Moore in the program's record books. As he gets ready for a final college homecoming of sorts when Virginia plays Maryland in College Park on Saturday, the junior wide receiver is not worried about those he has been compared to - if he ever thought about them at all. There is a more pressing concern: how to find his way back into Virginia's starting lineup.
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By Mary Carole McCauley and The Baltimore Sun | July 22, 2013
What was the hardest lesson you've learned so far? "That, as a writer (but more importantly as a person), failure is inevitable. You have to put it all aside and keep working, because you're not writing for anyone's approval or publication or your legacy. You're writing for yourself. " What's a fact about yourself that will surprise people? "For a so-called 'creative' person, I'm very regimented. I get up the same time, take my dog out for walks at the same time, eat meals at the same time.
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By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2013
For Baltimore author Jen Michalski, 2013 is shaping up to be the Year of the Book Party. In a nine-month period, the 41-year-old freelance medical copywriter is having three works of fiction in different genres come out with three small, independent publishers. In March, Dzanc Books combined Michalski's two haunting novellas about fragile lives and released them under the title, "Could You Be With Her Now?" while a short story collection, "From Here," comes out in November under the auspices of Aqueous Press.
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By Seth Boster, The Baltimore Sun | July 9, 2013
Loyola women's lacrosse coach and former Maryland star Jen Adams will be on the sidelines when her Australian national team begins play Thursday at the Federation of International Lacrosse World Cup in Oshawa, Ontario. The midfielder tore her right ACL while training with the team Thursday in Hunt Valley. The injury happened on a routine shooting drill, Adams said. "I've been extremely fortunate up until this point [in my career]. I really haven't had any injury," she said. "It's a new one - it's a new challenge.
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By Dave Rosenthal | June 3, 2013
Local author Rosalia Scalia kindly offered to review "The Tide King," a new novel by Jen Michalski, and Read Street took her up on it. She has high praise for the latest from Michalski, a Baltimore resident who has been nominated for Pushcart Prize, is the founding editor of the online literary review jmww and co-hosts The 510 Readings. (Goodreads has a giveaway drawing in progress for the book, and if you'd like to attend a reading, Michalski is scheduled to appear July 14 at the Barnes & Noble at Johns Hopkins University.)
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | April 23, 2013
Jen Royle, a former 105.7 The Fan and MASN reporter, has landed a weekend show on WEEI radio in her hometown of Boston. "My show is on WEEI (93.7 FM), flagship for the Red Sox and Celtics, Saturdays from 1-3pm," Royle wrote in an email to The Sun on Tuesday. "It's obviously a sports talk show with guests and various co-hosts each week," she added. "Since it's my show, I can control not only the content but my co-hosts as well. Primarily, my co-hosts will be female, mostly already established Boston sports reporters.
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By Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun | March 20, 2013
A state senator told colleagues Wednesday that a bill to prohibit school systems from suspending children who make gun gestures or have objects that look like a gun is needed because "this has gotten out of hand. " Sen. J.B. Jennings filed his bill after the recent two-day suspension of 7-year-old Joshua Welch at Park Elementary School in Anne Arundel County for nibbling a pastry into what a teacher believed was a shape of a gun. B.J. Welch, the boy's father, was in Annapolis to testify in support of Jennings' bill before the Senate Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | January 31, 2013
Institute of Notre Dame girls basketball coach Jerry Hahn isn't feeling too emotional heading into Friday night's 47th annual rivalry game against Mercy - at least not yet. It could be a different story after the game. For the third and final time, Hahn will coach his daughter, Jen, in "The Game," the showdown that regularly draws at least 4,000 fans to the Towson Center. For the Hahns, "The Game" is as much family tradition as IND tradition. Wife and mother Karen Hahn also played in "The Game" for IND in 1986, coached by her future husband.
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