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By Rasmi Simhan | July 27, 2000
Classic Filmfest 2000 Meet the people who made suspense, sci-fi and horror all too real this weekend at Classic Filmfest 2000 in Arlington, Va. Actors such as Janet Leigh ("Psycho") and Kevin McCarthy ("Invasion of the Body Snatchers") will discuss the films that made them stars. The cult-film convention includes an awards ceremony for classic films and screenings of new flicks such as "Attack of the Bat Monster." Vendors will sell posters, magazines, films and memorabilia. The film festival runs tomorrow through Sunday at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City, 2799 Jefferson Davis Highway in Arlington, Va. Daily passes $20 at door.
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By Douglas C. Lyons and Douglas C. Lyons,South Florida Sun-Sentinel | August 5, 2007
There's a story behind Caesar's Creek and Caesar's Rock, two landmarks in Biscayne Bay that probably are more familiar to boaters and locals than to the public at large. The story is part of Florida's rich history that has been captured so well in the recently published tabletop book African American Sites in Florida by Kevin McCarthy (Pineapple Press). In the case of the two Miami-Dade County landmarks, they were named for Black Caesar, an escaped slave-turned-pirate who plundered ships in Florida's upper Keys and skillfully used the vast network of cays and creeks off Elliott Key to hide from authorities.
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BUSINESS
By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,Special to The Sun | April 13, 2007
Jane McCarthy calls her new home in the Villages of Woodholme "a joint experience," one she shares with her husband, Kevin. "I thought I was finished with homes," she said while sipping coffee at her dining room table. "It's a second life for me, a reflection of the gratitude and joy I feel having Kevin in my life." Jane and Kevin McCarthy married last September after purchasing their Pikesville home in July.
BUSINESS
By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,Special to The Sun | April 13, 2007
Jane McCarthy calls her new home in the Villages of Woodholme "a joint experience," one she shares with her husband, Kevin. "I thought I was finished with homes," she said while sipping coffee at her dining room table. "It's a second life for me, a reflection of the gratitude and joy I feel having Kevin in my life." Jane and Kevin McCarthy married last September after purchasing their Pikesville home in July.
NEWS
By Douglas C. Lyons and Douglas C. Lyons,South Florida Sun-Sentinel | August 5, 2007
There's a story behind Caesar's Creek and Caesar's Rock, two landmarks in Biscayne Bay that probably are more familiar to boaters and locals than to the public at large. The story is part of Florida's rich history that has been captured so well in the recently published tabletop book African American Sites in Florida by Kevin McCarthy (Pineapple Press). In the case of the two Miami-Dade County landmarks, they were named for Black Caesar, an escaped slave-turned-pirate who plundered ships in Florida's upper Keys and skillfully used the vast network of cays and creeks off Elliott Key to hide from authorities.
SPORTS
July 25, 1994
BaseballCalifornia Angels -- Placed P Jeff Schwarz on the 25-man roster. Designated P Scott Lewis for assignment.Detroit Tigers -- Activated OF Milt Cuyler off a rehabilitation assignment. Optioned OF Ricardo Ingram to Triple-A Toledo.Florida Marlins -- Recalled OF Darrell Whitmore from Triple-A Edmonton. Placed OF Carl Everett on the 15-day DL.New York Mets -- Signed OF Kevin McCarthy and assigned him to the Rookie Gulf Coast League.Texas Rangers -- Activated P Roger Pavlik off the 15-day DL. Optioned P Hector Fajardo to Triple-A Oklahoma City.
SPORTS
June 23, 1999
BaseballAngels: Activated SS Gary DiSarcina from 15-day DL. Designated IF Tim Unroe for assignment.Athletics: Purchased contract of P Chad Harville from Triple-A Vancouver. Optioned P Brett Laxton to Vancouver.Diamondbacks: Purchased contract of P Dan Carlson from Triple-A Tucson. Optioned IF Edwin Diaz to Tucson.Expos: Placed OF Rondell White (strained right hamstring) on 15-day DL, retroactive to June 14. Recalled OF Fernando Seguingol from Triple-A Ottawa.Giants: Recalled OF Calvin Murray from Triple-A Fresno.
SPORTS
August 7, 1992
Baseball Chicago White Sox -- Obtained C/IF Scott Hemond (.222) on waivers from the Oakland Athletics. Optioned OF Warren Newson (.203, 1 HR, 9 RBI) to Triple-A Vancouver. Put DH Bo Jackson on the emergency DL, a procedural move that drops their roster to 39, opening a position for another player.Kansas City Royals -- Signed 2B Juan Samuel (.262, 15 RBIbefore being released July 30 by the Los Angeles Dodgers) to a contract for the rest of the season. Sent SS Terry Shumpert (.173) to Triple-A Omaha.
SPORTS
August 7, 1992
BASEBALL American League CHICAGO WHITE SOX -- Clamed Scott Hemond, catcher-outfielder, on waivers from the Oakland Athletics. Optioned Warren Newson, outfielder, to Vancouver of the Pacific Coast League. Placed Bo Jackson, outfielder, on the emergency disabled list.KANSAS CITY ROYALS -- Signed Juan Samuel, second baseman. Optioned Terry Shumpert, second baseman, to Omaha of the American Association.BASKETBALLNational Basketball Association WASHINGTON BULLETS -- Named Chuck Douglas assistant general manager.
FEATURES
By Lou Cedrone | January 23, 1991
The crowd reaction to ''Eve of Destruction'' was the better part of the experience. Some of the male members of the audience bolted the theater as the movie was about to end. One shouted that he wanted his money back. The others said things you wouldn't want to see in print.You couldn't blame them. When it comes to silly movies, ''Eve of Destruction'' is one of the more ridiculous.The title character is a robot created in the image of its maker, a woman scientist. It's really a walking bomb, and, naturally, it malfunctions.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Rasmi Simhan | July 27, 2000
Classic Filmfest 2000 Meet the people who made suspense, sci-fi and horror all too real this weekend at Classic Filmfest 2000 in Arlington, Va. Actors such as Janet Leigh ("Psycho") and Kevin McCarthy ("Invasion of the Body Snatchers") will discuss the films that made them stars. The cult-film convention includes an awards ceremony for classic films and screenings of new flicks such as "Attack of the Bat Monster." Vendors will sell posters, magazines, films and memorabilia. The film festival runs tomorrow through Sunday at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City, 2799 Jefferson Davis Highway in Arlington, Va. Daily passes $20 at door.
NEWS
By GLENN GRAHAM | December 19, 2007
BOYS BASKETBALL Long Reach @ River Hill WHEN -- Today, 5:30 p.m. OUTLOOK -- Look for much of the same from the state champion Hawks -- tough defense, swift ball movement and plenty of three-pointers. Senior G Zach Serleth, who hit 42 three-pointers last season, will lead a balanced Hawks offense, with Kevin McCarthy supplying strong inside play. The Lightning have good size and athleticism, led by versatile senior F Obi Ukwuoma, but will need time to come together with four of last year's five starters lost to graduation.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | September 9, 1998
A faulty underground cable left several businesses on Main Street in Annapolis without electricity and knocked an FM radio station off the air for five hours yesterday while Baltimore Gas and Electric workers tried to return power to the area.BGE spokeswoman Jessica Brown said power to half of Main Street in Annapolis went out at 10: 50 a.m., but workers managed to repair part of the problem by 4: 30 p.m. Workers were still on the scene yesterday evening.While many businesses retained power, others, such as Buddy's Crabs & Ribs, had to close for several hours.
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