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By Leonard Pitts Jr | April 24, 2011
"When the bells ring and tell the world I'm taking your hand/Folks from all over will come and see the wedding we've planned. " — The Intruders There is something about a wedding. There is the finery and the formality, of course, the dress with the long train, the tux with the bowtie that pinches, the speaking your heart and making your promises as everyone you ever knew stands witness. There is, as well, the sense of ritual, the timelessness of ceremony that traverses and unites generations.
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By Will Fesperman, The Baltimore Sun | June 16, 2014
Pippa Middleton - sister of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge - is expected to arrive in Annapolis late this week or early next week on the final leg of a 3,000-mile bike race across the United States. The Race Across America, as the trek is known, crosses 12 states and the Arizona desert, departing from Oceanside Calif. According to her donation website, Middleton is using the opportunity to raise money for the British Heart Foundation and the Michael Matthews Foundation, a childhood education nonprofit.
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December 21, 2003
On December 18, 2003, KATE PAULINE LOCKETT THOMAS. Friends may call at the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, INC., 4300 Wabash Ave., on Monday, after 8:30 A.M. Family will receive friends on Tuesday, at Gillis Memorial C.C. Baptist Church, 4016 Park Heights Ave., at 10:30 A.M., followed by funeral services at 11 A.M. See www.marchfh.com
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | September 23, 2013
The Food for Thought stage at the Baltimore Book Festival will present a full slate of talks and demonstrations by Baltimore-based chefs and visiting cookbook authors. Among the locals are Johnny's barista Lindsay DiFabbio (1 p.m. Friday), caterer and former restaurateur Connie Crabtree-Burritt (noon Saturday) and Bradley Willits, executive chef at the B&O American Brasserie (noon Sunday). The most recognizable names among the visiting authors are not necessarily associated with the world of cooking.
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By Molly Knight and Molly Knight,Sun Staff | October 20, 2002
When most girls dream of their wedding day, they picture themselves walking down the aisle in a white gown. They imagine their fiance dressed in a tuxedo and grinning ear-to-ear. They even conjure up details like wedding colors -- will they be red and yellow, or purple and blue? But Kate Dana is not like most girls. Her idea of a perfect wedding, she said, has always been something free of any fussing or frills. "I don't like drama," said the 33-year-old art teacher. That is why, from the moment she met Sean Detwiler, Kate knew she'd found her ideal match.
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 7, 2004
After a couple of months watching the Sharks and Jets kill each other on stage in West Side Story, the folks at the Chesapeake Music Hall were ready for a walk on the lighter side. They chose a sparkler all right, Cole Porter's Kiss Me, Kate, which will play at the Annapolis area's premier dinner theater through Nov. 13. Clever to a fault, Kate makes wonderfully inventive use of the play-within-a-play format as it spins the tale of an estranged husband and wife acting team brought together to perform Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew in hot, stultifying Baltimore.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | September 30, 1999
Lee Wheeler had bragging rights at the Wheeler home last night after helping her No. 1-ranked Bryn Mawr team to a 2-0 victory over her twin sister Kate's No. 8 Garrison Forest team yesterday afternoon.But even though Lee's team has prevailed the last two years, she didn't plan to rub it in."When we get home, we talk a little about the game," said Lee, "but it's pretty light. We joke about it. We always talk about what each other did well."Yesterday, in a game filled with intense one-on-one battles, each sister played well despite often having to match up against the other.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN SPORTS | September 30, 1999
Lee Wheeler had bragging rights at the Wheeler home last night after helping her No. 1-ranked Bryn Mawr team to a 2-0 victory over her twin sister Kate's No. 8 Garrison Forest team yesterday afternoon.But even though Lee's team has prevailed the last two years, she didn't plan to rub it in."When we get home, we talk a little about the game," said Lee, "but it's pretty light. We joke about it. We always talk about what each other did well."Yesterday, in a game filled with intense one-on-one battles, each sister played well despite often having to match up against the other.
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By Rafael Alvarez and Rafael Alvarez,Staff Writer | November 22, 1992
In despair, Tom Hallock buried his beloved Myrtle Kate.In debt, he sold the yacht named for her."Damn right I'm sad," said Captain Hallock, making his last trip aboard the Princess Myrtle Kate this weekend."
TRAVEL
By Donna M. Owens, Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 30, 2011
When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit the United States as part of their forthcoming North American tour, no doubt their host city of Los Angeles will provide plenty of pomp and circumstance. Yet Marylanders could show Will and Kate a jolly good time, too, if given the royal nod. From pub crawling and shopping on Thames Street in Fells Point, to steeplechase races in Cockeysville, not to mention locales with royal pedigree — think Annapolis and Queen Anne's County — there's plenty here to remind them of Merry Old England.
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By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | April 13, 2013
A social studies teacher and assistant track coach has been replaced indefinitely amid an investigation by Anne Arundel County Public Schools. Kate Snyder, a teacher at Old Mill High School in Glen Burnie who also served as student government and senior class adviser, "has been reassigned by the school system and will be away from the school indefinitely," according to a letter sent home to parents on Friday from Principal James Todd. Todd wrote that a substitute teacher will fill in for Snyder's classes and the school will consult with the district's Office of Investigation and other school system administrators on whether a long-term replacement needs to be found.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2013
In the Netflix miniseries "House of Cards," Kate Mara plays a young reporter deeply involved in the world of Washington politics. But the 30-year-old performer says she has no particular interest in journalism or political life. She's just acting the part under the tutelage of screenwriter Beau Willimon and director David Fincher. "I'm not interested in politics or being a part of them," she said in a teleconference this week. "I definitely do my homework and make sure I know what's going on and am responsible enough to be able vote for people I respect and that kind of thing...
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | December 5, 2012
Kathryn Barry Truax, an elementary school teacher recalled for her classroom presence, died of leukemia Dec. 2 at her Ruxton home. She was 30. Born in Baltimore and raised in Ruxton, she was a 2000 graduate of the Bryn Mawr School, where she played basketball and lacrosse. "Her smile greeted everyone, be it a friend or an acquaintance. She always had a kind word, an infectious laugh and a great sense of humor," said Gita Deane, who had taught her and is now on the Goucher College faculty.
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By Sarah Kickler Kelber and The Baltimore Sun | December 3, 2012
Kate Middleton is pregnant! I won't deny that at first, the news made me squeal with joy a bit at just the idea of a royal baby. The news broke today -- rather early, actually -- because the Duchess of Cambridge is in the hospital for extreme morning sickness, and she's expected to be there for several days. I suspect Kate and Prince William wouldn't have made the announcement quite so early otherwise. (The due date isn't being shared yet because she is less than 12 weeks pregnant.)
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Susan Reimer | December 3, 2012
I was giving a speech once to a group of career women who had decided to be stay-at-home moms, and I was waiting to be introduced when I overheard an animated conversation between two of them. "So, the doctor said she could have a serving of grapes, but he didn't tell me how many grapes were in a serving. Is it, like, three or six? And what is the number if you cut the grapes in half so she doesn't choke? Do you count each half or each whole? "I mean, really. How many grapes are supposed to be in a serving?
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By Jordan Bartel, assistant editor, b | December 3, 2012
Confession: We got a bit too excited when we heard the news today that Kate Middleton's expecting a little royal baby. Apparently, so did everyone else. We've rounded up the best (er, funniest) reactions to Will and Kate's big news. "#royalbaby is trending. So soon there will be a new half-blood Prince?" - @Lord_Voldemort7 "I hope Royal Baby and Blue Ivy Carter become best friends" - @BrooklynDecker "God tells me the child is male, will be named Henry IX & the colonies better re-learn how to bend the sodding knee.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | July 7, 2001
By all rights, "Kiss Me, Kate" should be opening in Baltimore. After all, that's where this classic Cole Porter musical takes place - specifically, at the former Ford's Theatre on the sweltering opening night of a tryout of "The Taming of the Shrew, The Musical." The script of "Kiss Me, Kate," by Sam and Bella Spewack, is replete with cracks about Baltimore - from the leading man's line about the theater being so empty "there will be deer running around in the balcony" to the sung meteorological commentary that opens the second act, "Too Darn Hot."
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May 17, 2006
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HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker | December 3, 2012
The world is abuzz about the pregnancy of the Dutchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, which some publications report likely had to reveal the news after being hospitalized with hyperemesis gravidarum.  But what exactly is hyperemesis gravidarum? The condition is so rare that Robert O. Atlas, the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, questioned at first whether reports were correct that she had the illness.  He said it is a syndrome that inflicts less than 1 percent of pregnant women.
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By Mike Giuliano | August 8, 2012
"The Taming of the Shrew" is such an unruly romantic comedy that there are advantages to staging it outdoors, where the running argument between a man and woman leads to some actual running. Although the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory production literally running in the meadow of Evergreen Museum & Library is more notable for its enthusiasm than its accomplishment, that kind of silliness is agreeable on a summer evening. It's also nice that the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory is helping to fill the void left by the defunct Baltimore Shakespeare Festival, which also staged its shows outdoors at Evergreen in north Baltimore and indoors at St. Mary's Outreach Center in Hampden.
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