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By Ann Hornaday and Ann Hornaday,SUN FILM CRITIC | June 12, 1998
It's a safe bet that any film with a cast that includes Mink Stole and someone by the name of Moist Towelette isn't going to be your conventional popcorn flick. And "Leather Jacket Love Story" isn't a conventional anything.Part exploitation-style sex flick, part tender romance, part comedy, part coming-of-age tale, "Leather Jacket Love Story" winds up being not much of anything, save for a platform for some encouraging performances, great cinematography, a few funny scenes, lots of bad poetry and lots of graphic sex.Kyle (Sean Tataryn)
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | October 3, 2012
Lest anyone had any doubt what a year Michael Phelps has had, behold this: GQ's Russian version just named him International Man of the Year. Phelps made the cover of Russian GQ's current issue, looking, well, rather sexy in low slung sweats, and a leather jacket over an unzipped hoodie. One pretty much notices the abs first. Ryan Lochte is no doubt seething. And girlfriend Megan Rossee must be proud, proud, proud. Wish we knew, however, what the headline says about Phelps.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | December 13, 1996
A thief who broke into a Marley Heights home Wednesday took a cellular phone and coin collection, but left behind his leather jacket and a shoe, county police said.Joseph Smith of the 7600 block of Marcy Drive told police he left home about 7 a.m. and returned about 3 p.m. to find pry marks on his front door.He found his home had been ransacked and the phone and coins were gone. But the thief left behind a black leather jacket and one black tennis shoe in the master bedroom, police said.Police said the robber tried to pry open the front door before going to a rear porch, breaking a window and reaching in to open a door.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 14, 2012
We asked the designer to give us five looks to wear now to get a jump on fall trends. Leather jacket: Whether it be a blazer, a motorcycle jacket or a leather jacket in a color such as fuchsia, an elegant leather jacket is key, he advised. “I really like the jackets we did this season,” he said. “We did a lot of different styles in jackets. You can wear them over dresses. You can wear them all fall. They are my favorite pieces.” Print on print: “There are a lot of interesting prints out there.
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By Ed Heard and Ed Heard,SUN STAFF | November 15, 1995
A Columbia man was charged with burglary Monday after officers found him wearing a leather jacket reported stolen from a home in his neighborhood earlier the same day, Howard County police said.Someone broke a rear basement window of a home in the 5600 block of Thunder Hill Road between 8:30 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Monday and took jewelry, coins and a tan leather coat, police said.Officers searched the area after the robbery and arrested the suspect later Monday after someone reported seeing a man wearing the stolen jacket in the neighborhood.
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October 28, 1993
POLICE LOG* Glenwood: 14000 block of Union Chapel Road: Two shotguns, fishing gear and a leather jacket were stolen Monday after someone slipped through a bedroom window.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 14, 2012
We asked the designer to give us five looks to wear now to get a jump on fall trends. Leather jacket: Whether it be a blazer, a motorcycle jacket or a leather jacket in a color such as fuchsia, an elegant leather jacket is key, he advised. “I really like the jackets we did this season,” he said. “We did a lot of different styles in jackets. You can wear them over dresses. You can wear them all fall. They are my favorite pieces.” Print on print: “There are a lot of interesting prints out there.
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April 4, 1996
FireHampstead: Hampstead firefighters responded at 1: 51 a.m. Tuesday to downed electrical wires on Main Street. Units were out 15 minutes.PoliceHampstead: A resident of Hi View Drive told state police Tuesday that someone entered his unlocked vehicle while it was parked outside his home overnight Monday and removed a leather jacket, baseball hat and an audio book. The loss was estimated at $220. BirthManchester: Irene and Jeff Russo are the parents of a 6-pound, 3-ounce daughter, Paige Nicole, born at 3: 31 p.m. March 30 at Carroll County General Hospital.
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November 30, 2005
FBI seeking bank robber The FBI is seeking help identifying a man dressed in a leather jacket and a tie who robbed a Baltimore County bank at gunpoint last week. Authorities said yesterday the man walked into the First Mariner Bank in the 10000 block of Philadelphia Road in White Marsh about 2:15 p.m. Nov. 23 and asked to open an account for a business, J&J Fabrication in Baltimore, which the FBI said does not exist. The FBI said he then took a handgun from his jacket and demanded money.
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By Lois Fenton | February 26, 1992
Q. In the spring when it's chilly, but not enough for an overcoat, I'd like to wear something less nerdy than a windbreaker. Instead of the same old sweaters, what do you suggest?A: Sounds like the winter blahs. Men don't seem to have the same need as women for adding something new to perk up their wardrobes and their spirits, but one way to help segue into spring -- or even just to remind you that it will eventually get here -- is to invest in a great casual jacket. Chic varieties include everything from a walk-on-the-wild-side bomber jacket to a Sunday fashion supplement Ralph Lauren type.
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By Sloane Brown and Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 15, 2010
Tracie Thoms says her style varies from day to day. "My everyday style can swing from super-casual to rock and roll to kinda chic. I say 'kinda chic' because I hate being uncomfortable. ...," says the actor/singer and Baltimore native. The Baltimore School for the Arts graduate took time out from her role on the CBS crime drama "Cold Case" to perform with current BSFA students at a Germano's Trattoria Cabaret. The look: Black cotton knit ruched Bird by Juicy Couture sheath dress.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2009
At a packed Mount Washington Tavern happy hour, Fagee Sugarman stands out in the crowd. And that's how the retired jewelry saleswoman and gift shop owner likes it. She goes for a slightly "edgy" style; something with a slight biker bent. The formula that works for her? "I usually do black and then add a pop of color, or silver or gold." The only thing she loves more than her many leather jackets ("I have them in every color") and her more than 150 belts? Shopping for them. Age:: "Over 50 and under 70" Residence: : Pikesville Job:: Retired Radcliffe Jewelers sales associate and gift shop owner Self-described style: : "Edgy."
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By LAURA VOZZELLA | June 29, 2008
A mayor walks into a bar. It's full of reporters who've been on her case. And the joke is on them. Sheila Dixon knew a couple of dozen reporters from local newspapers and TV, who call themselves Media Mavens and gather monthly for happy hour, would-be. Last Thursday night it was at Ixia on Charles Street. Instead of steering clear of someplace crawling with chroniclers of her love life and shopping sprees, the mayor crashed the party. The Sun's Nicole Fuller broke the story, filing to me via BlackBerry before Her Honor downed her last drop of Riesling.
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By ABIGAIL TUCKER and ABIGAIL TUCKER,SUN REPORTER | March 29, 2006
The mercury is stalled near 40 degrees, but Anne Offermann is the very vision of spring as she picks her way through the parks of Mount Vernon Place in a pale lemon jacket so thin it's almost see-through, featherweight khakis and a wide-brimmed straw visor. Yet now, as the wind rakes frozen fingers through just-blossomed cherry trees, she barely shivers. Her sartorial strategy? "Long underwear," she says, hiking up a cuff to reveal an ankle armored in thick black fabric. Offermann is visiting from the harsh climate of Buffalo, N.Y., but even she is unsure how to dress for the atmospheric free-for-all that is Baltimore's early spring.
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November 30, 2005
FBI seeking bank robber The FBI is seeking help identifying a man dressed in a leather jacket and a tie who robbed a Baltimore County bank at gunpoint last week. Authorities said yesterday the man walked into the First Mariner Bank in the 10000 block of Philadelphia Road in White Marsh about 2:15 p.m. Nov. 23 and asked to open an account for a business, J&J Fabrication in Baltimore, which the FBI said does not exist. The FBI said he then took a handgun from his jacket and demanded money.
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By Doug Donovan and Doug Donovan,SUN STAFF | July 12, 2003
The financial disclosure records of candidates running in Baltimore's Sept. 9 primary revealed that Mayor Martin O'Malley has a penchant for a particular leather jacket and that his chief challenger has established his city residence by living with his in-laws - and socialist A. Robert Kaufman is also a capitalist. And four City Council candidates who missed the deadline for the disclosure forms, which was Thursday at the city's Department of Legislative Reference, may have had their runs for office scuttled because they filed their paperwork late.
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By Lois Fenton | February 20, 1992
Q. In the spring when it's chilly, but not enough for an overcoat, I'd like to wear something less nerdy than a windbreaker. Instead of the same old sweaters, what do you suggest?A: Sounds like the winter blahs. Men don't seem to have the same need as women for adding something new to perk up their wardrobes and their spirits, but one way to help segue into spring -- or even just to remind you that it will eventually get here -- is to invest in a great casual jacket. Chic varieties include everything from a walk-on-the-wild-side bomber jacket to a Sunday fashion supplement Ralph Lauren type.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | October 3, 2012
Lest anyone had any doubt what a year Michael Phelps has had, behold this: GQ's Russian version just named him International Man of the Year. Phelps made the cover of Russian GQ's current issue, looking, well, rather sexy in low slung sweats, and a leather jacket over an unzipped hoodie. One pretty much notices the abs first. Ryan Lochte is no doubt seething. And girlfriend Megan Rossee must be proud, proud, proud. Wish we knew, however, what the headline says about Phelps.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | June 11, 2001
Silly me. Once again, I was wrong about reality television. I keep thinking we've touched the bottom of this long, national nightmare, and then along comes another network with an idea more debased than the last. You have to admit, who would think anybody could sink lower than UPN with its "Chains of Love" exercise in psuedo-S&M? How about NBC -- hot on the heels of "Weakest Link" with its leather-clad mistress of verbal of humiliation? The network introduces a new series tonight featuring people strapped in a pit in a dark, dank warehouse at night, with 400 rats crawling over them.
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By Richard Irwin | December 1, 2000
Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes from police reports in Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Baltimore City Southwestern District Weapons seized/arrests: "Operation Cease Fire" - last month's police initiative aimed at getting firearms off the streets in Carroll Park, Rosemont, Harlem Park, Tremont and Beechfield - resulted in the seizure of 15 weapons and the arrests of 11 people, who were charged with drug violations. Lt. Michael Tabor, commander of the district's drug enforcement unit, said the seizures were credited for the fact that the district had no homicides last month and only two shootings.
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