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By Nelson Pressley and Nelson Pressley,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 30, 2000
Patrons of Rep Stage's production of "Sleuth" will find two Feiningers listed in the program, Kathy (the director) and Conrad (one of the play's two actors). And, yes, they're married. They met 17 years ago in Minneapolis while working on George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber's "The Royal Family" -- a play, as luck would have it, about life in the theater. "She was stage-managing it," Conrad Feininger recalls, "and I came in to audition. I always said if I ever found a good stage manager, I'd marry her."
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | September 26, 2014
The Baltimore Book Festival is this weekend. Among this year's lineup of visiting cookbook authors is Kathy Wakile, a cast member of Bravo's popular “Real Housewives of New Jersey” series.  Wakile is on a national tour for her first cookbook, “Indulge: Delicious Little Desserts that Keep Life Real Sweet,” published by St. Martin's Griffin. Wakile, who lives in Wayne, N.J. with her husband, Rich, and their children, Joseph and Victoria, answered our questions about induldgence and the Thanksgiving episode that first brought her desserts to the attention of “Real Housewives” fans.
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By Abigail Tucker and Abigail Tucker,Sun Reporter | April 23, 2008
She would give up her leg. Kathy Bowie knew this even before the specialists at Mercy Medical Center outlined the options. They could fuse her arthritic ankle into place, vastly limiting her ability to ride horses, or amputate below the knee. If she kept the leg, she'd lose so much more: the view from Kennedy's Peak in the Blue Ridge Mountains, where she and her Appaloosa mare could gaze down on the winding Shenandoah and look eagles right in the eye. She'd lose the thrill of seeing cougars flash across the bridle path, and of out-galloping swarms of angry ground bees.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | December 9, 2013
Kathy A. McGovern, who had conducted cell research and was also an educator, died Dec. 1 of complications from a stroke at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis. She was 55. The daughter of John McGovern, a civil engineer, and Gloria "Saunders" McGovern, a homemaker, Kathy Ann McGovern was born in Washington and raised in Wheaton. After graduating in 1975 from the old Academy of the Holy Names in Silver Spring, she earned a bachelor's degree in 1979 from the University of Maryland.
BUSINESS
By Lisa Wiseman and Lisa Wiseman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 26, 2001
Kathy Wheatley has some important advice for anyone thinking of doing remodeling work. "Hire a contractor you really, really like," she said. Then with a big, glowing smile, she added, "I liked my contractor a lot." Well, she should like him. The man who gave Kathy Wheatley her dream kitchen in her Monkton home is her husband and business partner, Gary Wheatley. Together, the couple own and operate Wheatley Contracting. "We've been married 21 years and have been in business 21 years," she said.
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By Los Angeles Times | September 20, 1991
Even in South Florida, where years of mayhem and madness had many residents believing they could no longer be shocked, the Willets sex scandal trial is off the charts.Kathy and Jeff are no ordinary couple.On the one hand, if they are convicted, there may be nothing unusual about a hard-working hooker and her protective pimp trying to make a few bucks off the local citizenry. So they got caught. Another day, another routine arrest, from a region where the summer blockbuster criminal news is about a Kennedy family member accused of rape and a former Panamanian dictator awaiting trial in a cushy jail.
NEWS
By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,Staff writer | February 3, 1991
On a winter evening, Chrissy Grant watched her twin, Kathy, disappear into the shadows down Furnace Branch Road on her way to a friend's house a few miles away.Her parting advice to her sister was brief: "Be careful and accept no rides."That was Jan. 9, 1989, and Kathy, 15, never arrived at her friend's apartment on Americana Circle near Marley Station Mall.Twenty days later, she was found bludgeoned to death in a wooded area off West Pasadena Road. Investigators believe Kathy, who had been sexually assaulted, knew her killers.
ENTERTAINMENT
By BRITTANY BAUHAUS | January 19, 2006
Kathy Mattea With millions of album sales and two Grammys under her belt, Kathy Mattea will perform at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts tonight at 7. Mattea's career took off in 1986 with her third and breakthrough album, Walk the Way the Wind Blows. Since then, she's recorded 12 full-lengths, including her newest compilation, Right Out of Nowhere, released in September. Maryland Hall is at 801 Chase St. in Annapolis. Tickets cost $38; $35 for members. For more information, call 410-263-5544 or go to marylandhall.
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By MARILYN MCCRAVEN | May 17, 1992
Glenn and Kathy Helme, a retired West Baltimore couple, recently returned from a year spent emptying bed pans and giving sponge baths to strangers in the end stages of AIDS and cancer. These deeds took place at a Roman Catholic hospice called Comfort House in McAllen, Texas. Of the 30 residents who entered the hospice while the Helmes were there, 29 died.They volunteered for the mission through the Church of the Brethren's volunteer service, based in Elgin, Ill.The Helmes, who have been married for 35 years, are quick to say that there's nothing extraordinary about them or their volunteer effort.
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By Elizabeth Large | February 10, 1991
You'll notice that our masthead is missing two writers this week, Will Englund and Kathy Lally. I point this out with mixed feelings. On the one hand, they've been a great addition to the magazine staff and we'll miss them badly; on the other, they've embarked on what seems to me a fabulous adventure. They and their two little girls and three years' supply of everything from toilet paper to kids' birthday presents will be headed for the Soviet Union this summer, where Kathy and Will will work as The Sun's correspondents in the Moscow Bureau.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | January 2, 2013
Kathy Griffin's desperate efforts to get some shock buzz New Year's Eve on CNN were so obvious that I vowed I wouldn't write about her -- wouldn't write about her kissing Anderson Cooper's crotch and trying to make sure every viewer knew what she was doing. You can see the video above. (And don't write to me about using the video from the right-wing Newsbusters website. It's the best edited of the lot, and most of the YouTube cuts have such bad video you don't know what's being said unless you're a lip-reader.)
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By Clare Lochary, Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2012
Kathy Brown wasn't always much of a chef - but she was an educator. When Brown, the former head of Grace Christian School, was diagnosed with amyloidosis of the heart in April 2008, she began experimenting with recipes to suit her new low-fat, low-salt, low-sugar diet. Compelled to share what she'd learned, Brown started compiling a heart-friendly cookbook for other patients. While Brown later received a successful heart transplant, the 62-year-old died in December 2010 before she could finish the book.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | December 11, 2011
Kathy Renee Averella, a legal secretary, died of cancer Dec. 4 at Gilchrist Hospice Care. She was 55 and lived in Baltimore. Born in Baltimore, she was the daughter of Claudia and Lou Averella and grew up in Highlandtown. She attended Patterson High School and Strayer Business College before becoming a legal secretary. She worked in downtown Baltimore for attorneys P. Paul Cocoros and Goodman Meagher & Enoch. Family members said she enjoyed trips to Florida and Disney World.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | December 7, 2011
A few Baltimore area restaurants have showed up recently, or will soon, in national media. Woodberry Kitchen owners Amy and Spike Gjerde are scheduled for the fourth hour of Tuesday's Today show. They will be showing Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb how to cook Maryland stuffed ham and winter vegetables. Bowie native Gifford always seems to love it when Maryland chefs show up in the Today Kitchen. UPDATE: Here is the recipe for the Maryland stuffed ham with kale mixture and roasted winter vegebales dishes that Spike and Amy made in Today's kitchen.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | August 19, 2011
It had to come out sometime. I love Kathie Lee Gifford. As in, I think she's really, really funny. Gifford, who grew up in Bowie, Md. and graduated from Bowie High School, is a noted fan of Chesapeake seafoood, steamed crabs and Costas Inn. On Tuesday, Aug. 16, Costas' owners, Nick and Pete Triantafilos made their annaul "surprise" visit to the Today show for Kathie Lee's birthday. Here's a link to the video on the Costas homepage. And here's a link to the Today show website . Kathie Lee shares her crabfeast memories, which inlcude National beer -- it's not clear whether her father was a Premium or a Bohemian man, though.
NEWS
May 27, 2011
We need a Kathy Hochul in Maryland's 1st District. She is the Democratic winner in the 26th District special election in New York, a traditionally Republican seat in Congress. She defeated Jane Corwin on an important issue: saving Medicare. We are stuck with Rep. Andy Harris in the 1st District until 2012. I believe there must be a candidate in this huge district that covers some of Baltimore, Cecil, Harford counties and part of the Eastern Shore that could duplicate what Kathy Hochul accomplished.
FEATURES
By Elizabeth Large | February 24, 1991
As an education reporter for The Sun's metro staff, Kath Lally had heard of the Magic Me program for a long time without ever getting around to looking into it. Then last summer Magic Me's executive director, Alfred de la Cuesta, asked if she would come by to see the kids in action. Kathy watched as middle-schoolers interacted with nursing home residents and thought there must be a story there: In spite of the fact that the youngsters were sometimes embarrassed dealing with the elderly, there was some real bonding going on.She decided to follow the whole process -- how the youngsters are recruited, how they're trained, how the program works.
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By Sandra Crockett and Sandra Crockett,Baltimore County Bureau of The Sun | February 28, 1991
Kathy Haycraft's 6-year-old sister, Elizabeth, was drowning at the Towson YMCA pool, and their mother was too far away to do anything but scream for help.Keeping her composure, the spirited 10-year-old threw her sister a barbell floating device, floated to the deep end of the pool where her sister had drifted and managed to pull her safely to the side.The rescue occurred on Sept. 12, 1990, during Kathy's first swimming lesson.Her act of heroism was recognized last night by the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2011
Trainer Kathy Ritvo, all 5 feet of her, stands on her toes in the Preakness barn at Pimlico Race Course and reaches up to the massive horse known as Mucho Macho Man. "You need a hug," she says, stretching her arms to encircle his face. Mucho Macho Man puts his ears back and gives her a look. Ritvo, dressed in jeans and Kentucky Derby jacket, shakes her long blond hair and laughs. "I say, 'You need a hug.' And he says, 'Scram,'" she said. "But isn't he a handsome horse?"
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