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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2012
Singer Katy Perry might have done a service for her country by giving a concert for the Annapolis Naval Academy the other day. But she gave one midshipman a little more -- a kiss right on the lips. The proudly smooched one was a happy-looking fellow named Nicholas "Tanner" Beasley. The singer gave the private show for the Naval Academy on Friday. The lip lock came while Perry, dressed in a midriff-baring, quite short, sequined sailor outfit, had Beasley on stage -- while his peers hooted, whistled and otherwise went wild.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | June 30, 2014
Believe me, I didn't go looking in my Sunday morning TV viewing for more evidence of what a journalistically bankrupt operation NBC News had become. It's fish in a barrel these days. Turn to NBC News for almost any given broadcast, and you'll find more proof than you can use of how politicized and lost it has become. But when I heard David Gregory promoting an interview that Cynthia McFadden did with senior White House advisor Valerie Jarrett I had to watch. And then, I had to try not to gag as Gregory introduced it by saying, "Our Cynthia McFadden was granted unique access and spent a day behind the scenes with Valerie Jarrett at the White House.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | August 6, 2012
The September issue of "Every Day with Rachel Ray" takes a look at nine of the best “Little Italys” in the United States, and Baltimore's own Little Italy is among them. In the magazine's big Italian issue, which comes out on Tuesday, Ray says, "Baltimore's Little Italy, a pocket of cozy brick buildings, feels like home. " She directs readers to Germano's “for a Taste of Tuscany, the home of owner Germano Fabiani” and declares the “iconic dish” of Baltimore's Little Italy to be clams casino.
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By Kathy Hudson hudmud@aol.com | May 20, 2014
When I was leaving a dinner for the upcoming Celebration of Art at Cylburn Arboretum, I gave our hostess a little hug.  As I turned to leave, she said, "What I love about Kathy is she hugs like a New Englander. "  Translation: Not too tight, not a bear hug, just a quick hug at a distance. I still surprise myself when I hug. My sister and I were not raised by huggers. No parents could have adored their children more than our mother and father, but they did not hug. Ditto our grandparents.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | December 27, 2012
Mark Harvey, the Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium streaker, didn't get the same deal that Morganna Roberts, a stripper and exotic dancer who was known as "The Kissing Bandit," did in 1988, when she ran onto the field at Memorial Stadium and bussed Cal Ripken Jr. as he came up to bat. Harvey, 26, a Severn truck driver dressed in a Batman cape and underwear, took to the field at Camden Yards on Opening Day in April. In September, once again dressed in his Batman outfit, he jumping onto the field during the second quarter of the Ravens's game against the New England Patriots.
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By Fred Rasmussen | February 12, 1995
Within the next week, please send old photos of people with kites to Way Back When, Sun Magazine, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 21278. You must include caption information and your daytime phone number. Also, enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope if you'd like your photo returned. If your photo is your only copy, please send a good-quality duplicate, not the original. No faxes or newspaper clippings, please.
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,Staff Writer | February 13, 1993
A lover's lane, a car and a kiss: Filtered through imperfect memory, idealized by time, pitching woo in the "old days" seems so simple compared to today's convoluted courtship rituals.Back then (whenever that was) it was enough to find an undeveloped cul-de-sac (Nacirema Lane in Baltimore County was a favorite, according to one fortysomething Baltimorean) or a silent construction site. Couples could park at Loch Raven Reservoir, the overlook at Druid Hill Park, get lost in the Cylburn woods or Robert E. Lee Park.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | March 2, 1994
Last night's "Roseanne" should have been titled "Lucy Goes to a Gay Bar" not "The Kiss."Oh sure, the much publicized lesbian kiss was there between Roseanne and a character played by Mariel Hemingway. And it was at least 3 1/2 seconds, just like ABC wouldn't confirm it would be.But there was nothing very sensual or explicit about it.The context was that Roseanne goes to a gay bar mainly to prove she's "cool" to co-worker Nancy (Sandra Bernhard). At the bar, she dances with Nancy's girlfriend, Sharon (Hemingway)
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By J. Wynn Rousuck | April 15, 1999
Todd Pearthree is a director who doesn't shy away from a challenge, and staging "Kiss of the Spider Woman" at small, conservative Theatre Hopkins definitely qualifies as a challenge.Based on the Manuel Puig novel, which was in turn the basis for the 1985 movie starring William Hurt, "Kiss of the Spider Woman" focuses on two cellmates in a Latin American prison. Theatre Hopkins' production, which opens tomorrow, stars Edward J. Peters and Christopher Millard. Lanor Long plays the title role -- a fictitious movie star idolized by one of the prisoners.
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By TIM BAKER | February 14, 1995
Valentine's Day is the perfect occasion to reveal the astounding results of secret scientific research that the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine has been conducting on the biochemical basis of romantic love.For years, Hopkins has carefully concealed everything about this project. But over the weekend wild rumors of some remarkable scientific breakthrough swept through the medical laboratories in East Baltimore. By yesterday afternoon, the clamor had finally forced the dean's office to issue a terse statement acknowledging the research.
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By Jordan Bartel and The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2014
The early-'90s ladies almost completely dominate the list, via Billboard's Hot 100 chart archive. Let's flash back 24 years, shall we? 10. "Black Velvet," Alannah Myles This former No. 1 - and future favorite of every single "American Idol" hopefui - was inspired by the life of Elvis Presley. Seriously. "In a flash he was gone/ It happened so soon," indeed. 9. "Forever," Kiss Apparently to make this list you had to go power ballad-y. Congrats, Kiss. P.S.: This one was co-written by Michael Bolton ... if you couldn't already tell.  8. "Get Up!
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By Lauren McEwen and For The Baltimore Sun | March 21, 2014
I was right. James Novak is dead, and it honestly couldn't have ended any other way. He knew too much, and Cyrus had a heartbreak coming to him after all the bad he's done. Let's back up. After shooting Vanessa Chandler, Shelby Moss from the NSA and James, Jake turns his gun on David. But David has a choice. He can cooperate with B613 and help them cover up the murders, or he can die, too. David chooses life, which means helping Jake make James' murder look like a “carjacking gone wrong.” At the White House, Olivia is trying to do anything she can to keep Cyrus calm, and to make sure his distraught staff doesn't further upset him. We are then, cruelly, treated to the first of several flashbacks to the beginning of James and Cy's relationship, which really twists the knife.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2013
There are still tickets left for Mermaid Kiss: Oyster Fest 2013, the Oyster Recovery Partnership's Oct. 1 fundraiser at the National Aquarium. The event is a showcase of cuisine prepared by members of the organization's Shell Recycling Alliance. More than 100 area restaurants, caterers and seafood wholesalers participate in the program by recycling their used oyster shells. The shells are used to restore oyster reefs and as bedding material for raising new oysters. The business-casual evening event includes lots of freshly shucked oysters, live music, hors d'oeuvres, and private access to aquarium exhibits.
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By Michael Gold and The Baltimore Sun | August 18, 2013
Let's start with facts: Two members of the Russian women's 4x400-meter relay team, Kseniya Ryzhova and Tatyana Firova, kissed on the podium after their team won gold Saturday at the World Athletics Championship in Moscow. The smooch sparked a huge response, with many on Twitter and in several media outlets (especially Spanish-language ones, judging by my search last night) framing it as a protest against Russia's "gay propaganda" law. It may have been a stand of solidarity with the LGBT community.
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By John-John Williams IV and The Baltimore Sun | May 18, 2013
Kiss rocker Gene Simmons and actress/model wife Shannon Tweed caused quite a stir at Preakness 2013 when the two stopped by the Christine A. Moore Millinery tent in the corporate village of Pimlico Race Track. Dozens of onlookers watched and snapped photos as the two combed through Moore's collection of colorful creations. After Tweed tried on a number of hats from the New York-based designer, she settled on the Thrill hat, a wide-brim sheer pink hat topped with a long feather. The hat cost a pretty penny: $900.
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By Luke Broadwater and The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2013
Poor Sansa Stark. First, she was pledged to marry the despicable, pathetic, cruel, spineless boy-king Joffrey. Now, the Lannisters are plotting to stick her with his even less-attractive uncle, Tyrion. Granted, to viewers of “Thrones,” if you're going to have to marry a Lannister, you'd definitely choose the funny, likeable Tyrion. But to 12-year-old Sansa, who has watched Lannisters behead her father, plan to kill her brothers and generally be horrible to her, Tywin Lannister's plot is going to be a form of mental torture.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | October 4, 2002
Gabriele Muccino's The Last Kiss stops your heart and keeps your belly jiggling with laughter. It's an improbably sunny tragicomedy. While the picture plunges to the limits of romantic disappointment, Muccino and his ensemble never cease to emit a buzz of life-replenishing energy. The movie elegantly traces the stumbling steps of some Roman buddies nearing 30. Like the fellows in Fellini's I Vitelloni or Barry Levinson's Diner, they reinforce each other's insecurities about becoming full-fledged men and accepting the challenges of wedlock, jobs and raising children.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | May 18, 1994
It worked for "Roseanne" and ABC earlier this year. When Roseanne shared a kiss with a character played by Mariel Hemingway in an episode titled "The Kiss," it was the highest-rated "Roseanne" of the year.And now, it's working for Fox and "Melrose Place" with an episode some in Hollywood are calling "Son of The Kiss," which may or may not show Doug Savant's character sharing a kiss with another gay character tonight.Make no mistake, Fox and the producers of "Melrose Place" are practicing textbook hype with the will-they-or-won't-they?
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | December 27, 2012
Mark Harvey, the Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium streaker, didn't get the same deal that Morganna Roberts, a stripper and exotic dancer who was known as "The Kissing Bandit," did in 1988, when she ran onto the field at Memorial Stadium and bussed Cal Ripken Jr. as he came up to bat. Harvey, 26, a Severn truck driver dressed in a Batman cape and underwear, took to the field at Camden Yards on Opening Day in April. In September, once again dressed in his Batman outfit, he jumping onto the field during the second quarter of the Ravens's game against the New England Patriots.
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By Ellen Nibali, For The Baltimore Sun | December 12, 2012
I know mistletoe is poisonous, but what about other holiday plants? I have a toddler and a nutty cat that nibbles on everything. Mistletoe leaves and stems are indeed poisonous. The latex sap of poinsettia may cause contact dermatitis. Holly berries, yew (all parts), aucuba (all parts) and amaryllis bulbs can cause symptoms when ingested. Oriental bittersweet and English ivy are both highly problematic non-native invasive plants as well as being toxic, and should be carefully disposed of after use in decorations.
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