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August 12, 2012
Joe Walsh's screed against Governor Romney's lack of conservative credentials is typical in that it attempts to convince readers that all our nation's ills can be solved by cutting taxes for millionaires and outlawing abortion and homosexuality ("Not conservative enough," Aug. 10). Mr. Walsh's comments are a bit surprising, however, in that he identifies himself as a student at a Catholic college. Mr. Walsh is certainly not the first Catholic to embrace reactionary politics, but he might want to take note of the recent comment by Archbishop Lori that the terms "liberal or conservative …have done a lot of damage to the church's unity.
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NEWS
August 12, 2012
Joe Walsh's screed against Governor Romney's lack of conservative credentials is typical in that it attempts to convince readers that all our nation's ills can be solved by cutting taxes for millionaires and outlawing abortion and homosexuality ("Not conservative enough," Aug. 10). Mr. Walsh's comments are a bit surprising, however, in that he identifies himself as a student at a Catholic college. Mr. Walsh is certainly not the first Catholic to embrace reactionary politics, but he might want to take note of the recent comment by Archbishop Lori that the terms "liberal or conservative …have done a lot of damage to the church's unity.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,Sun Pop Music Critic | May 24, 1991
O. G. ORIGINAL GANGSTERIce-T (Sire 26492)When Ice-T claims to be the "O. G. Original Gangster," he's not kidding. After all, he virtually invented L.A. gangsta rap years ago, thanks to albums like "Rhyme Pays" and "Power," and his starring role in "New Jack City" simply enhanced that reputation. As raps likes "Midnight" or "The Tower" demonstrate, he's a master of the genre, combining brutal beats with a breathless narrative for true edge-of-your-seat suspense. But he's also smart enough to push beyond the limits of the gangsta style, turning cliches into jokes ("Street Killer")
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By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,Sun Staff Writer | April 17, 1994
'A Sweet Deal'and a good causeHere's a sweet deal -- dancing, champagne, hors d'oeuvres and pastries from some noted Baltimore chefs, topped off by a dessert competition with celebrity judges. It's all for a good cause, when the non-profit Epilepsy Association of Maryland celebrates "A Sweet Deal" gala at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Evergreen Carriage House, 4545 N. Charles St.Entrants in the dessert competition include the Antrim Inn, Boccaccio, Cafe Troia, Champagne Tony's, Chef's Expressions, Foster's, King's Contrivance, Linwoods/Due, Peerce's Plantation, Pierpoint, Polo Grill, and Tio Pepe, just to name a few. Chocolatier Albert Kirchmayr, Harbor Court hotel executive chef Michael Rork, and radio personality Elane Stein are among the lucky judges.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Bordsen and John Bordsen,Knight-Ridder News Service | June 12, 1992
Ringo Starr &` His All Starr BandWhen: Wednesday at 7 p.m.Where: Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia.Tickets: Pavilion, $21.50; lawn, $15.50.Call: (410) 481-SEAT to order tickets; (410) 730-2424 forinformation.There's something ironic about Ringo Starr singing "It Don't Come Easy." He joined the Beatles just a year before Beatlemania hit -- and amassed fame and fortune though he never could do a decent drum roll. He cut seven novelty hits in the early '70s though he can barely carry a tune.
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By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,Sun Staff Writer | April 17, 1994
'A Sweet Deal'and a good causeHere's a sweet deal -- dancing, champagne, hors d'oeuvres and pastries from some noted Baltimore chefs, topped off by a dessert competition with celebrity judges. It's all for a good cause, when the non-profit Epilepsy Association of Maryland celebrates "A Sweet Deal" gala at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Evergreen Carriage House, 4545 N. Charles St.Entrants in the dessert competition include the Antrim Inn, Boccaccio, Cafe Troia, Champagne Tony's, Chef's Expressions, Foster's, King's Contrivance, Linwoods/Due, Peerce's Plantation, Pierpoint, Polo Grill, and Tio Pepe, just to name a few. Chocolatier Albert Kirchmayr, Harbor Court hotel executive chef Michael Rork, and radio personality Elane Stein are among the lucky judges.
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SPORTS
By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | May 26, 1992
Heavily favored Newport Hero rallied from last place in a seven-horse field to win the $25,000 Miles Valentine Novice Steeplechase yesterday at Fair Hill Race Course.The 4-year-old gelding, ridden by Joe Walsh, caught his stablemate, Mort The Sport, at the 14th fence and then drew off after the 16th and final jump to beat him by four lengths. Both horses are trained by Hall of Fame steeplechase trainer W. Burling Cocks.Lexington Ball finished third. Happy Friar was a late scratch.Newport Hero is owned by Mrs. Miles Valentine, widow of the race's namesake, and ran the 2 3/8 miles in four minutes, 21 seconds.
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By Steve Morse and Steve Morse,Boston Globe | September 9, 1994
Funny how a 14-year break can do wonders for a band's psyche. They're making a new record. They're extending their tour. Who knows what's next?"We hadn't planned to tour past Oct. 8, but things are going so well that we're going to tour to Christmas, and there's talk of Europe next spring," says singer Don Henley. "This fall, we're going to New Zealand, Australia and Southeast Asia."While the Eagles have drawn criticism for their high ticket prices, they've earned many glowing reviews this summer, even from hard-bitten critics.
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By Jordan Bartel | February 25, 2014
According to Billboard's Hot 100 chart archives.  10. 'Love Hurts,' Nazareth Lots of folks have covered this super-emotive classic, but I always connect it to 1990s commercials (like Gatorade). Sidenote: For some reason, I never knew this song was this old. I would have guessed '86. 9. 'Lonely Night (Angel Face),' Captain & Tennille R.I.P Captain and Tennille's relationship (the two recently split). In a related note, I apologize for this video, which is really odd even by 1970s standards.
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By John Bordsen and John Bordsen,Knight-Ridder News Service | June 12, 1992
Ringo Starr &` His All Starr BandWhen: Wednesday at 7 p.m.Where: Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia.Tickets: Pavilion, $21.50; lawn, $15.50.Call: (410) 481-SEAT to order tickets; (410) 730-2424 forinformation.There's something ironic about Ringo Starr singing "It Don't Come Easy." He joined the Beatles just a year before Beatlemania hit -- and amassed fame and fortune though he never could do a decent drum roll. He cut seven novelty hits in the early '70s though he can barely carry a tune.
ENTERTAINMENT
By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,Sun Pop Music Critic | May 24, 1991
O. G. ORIGINAL GANGSTERIce-T (Sire 26492)When Ice-T claims to be the "O. G. Original Gangster," he's not kidding. After all, he virtually invented L.A. gangsta rap years ago, thanks to albums like "Rhyme Pays" and "Power," and his starring role in "New Jack City" simply enhanced that reputation. As raps likes "Midnight" or "The Tower" demonstrate, he's a master of the genre, combining brutal beats with a breathless narrative for true edge-of-your-seat suspense. But he's also smart enough to push beyond the limits of the gangsta style, turning cliches into jokes ("Street Killer")
FEATURES
By Nestor Aparicio and Nestor Aparicio,Evening Sun Staff | June 27, 1991
Dave Mustaine, lead singer and guitarist for Megadeth, used to live the life of the stereotypical heavy-metal rock star."I never went to sleep, I passed out," Mustaine said. "I never RTC woke up, I just came to. It's really no way to live."Mustaine will freely admit that he is a "serious, raging, full-blown drug addict," but he's been clean and sober for more than 14 months ."When I got arrested I had nine different chemicals in my body," said Mustaine, who leads "The Clash of the Titans," featuring Megadeth, Slayer, Anthrax and Alice In Chains, at the Baltimore Arena Sunday.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | July 12, 1992
LAUREL -- Yesterday was a banner day for the Fenwick family at Laurel Race Course.Charles III notched the biggest upset of the live card, guiding 50-1 shot Smart Jaune to a nose decision over Maryland Moon in the $75,000 Humphrey S. Finney Stakes.Two hours earlier, his father, Charles Jr., saddled Three Bells For Me to victory in the better of two steeplechase races, a $19,000 handicap.Smart Jaune, a winner only once in 10 previous starts, laid well off the pace and then came roaring through the middle lane in the 1 1/16-mile event on the grass.
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