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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | May 3, 2001
Matthew Brent LeMaire, a college student who gained national recognition as an amateur soccer player, died Saturday of injuries he suffered when he lost control of a motorcycle on a Harford County road and struck a tree. The Bel Air resident was 20. Mr. LeMaire, who graduated from C. Milton Wright High School in Bel Air in 1998, was between semesters at Harford Community College, where he was studying computer science. He began playing soccer as a 5-year-old in the Hickory-Fountain Green Recreation Council in Harford County.
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By Tiesha Higgins and Tiesha Higgins,Special to The Sun | December 3, 2006
The holidays are here, and invitations are beginning to pour in for charity balls, client cocktail parties and the company's annual holiday affair. Without fail, the thought that comes to mind is: What do you wear? Figuring out "the look" for this year can be puzzling. But fashion gurus in the Baltimore area say it does not have to be complicated. Building a small collection of the most crucial clothing and accessories and knowing what to avoid, they say, will help guide your holiday style.
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By TANIKA WHITE and TANIKA WHITE,SUN REPORTER | January 23, 2006
Most of us get ourselves dressed every morning. But if you're rich and famous, you have no need for such inconveniences. You have a stylist. And when supermodel Rachel Hunter, of Sports Illustrated fame, went looking for a new creative type to help pick out her clothes and accessories, she decided to conduct her search the new-fashioned way - on a reality TV show. Style Me on cable's WE channel premieres tonight at 10. Hunter and her crew looked far and wide for a talented potential stylist, soliciting applications from models, photographers, artists and retailers.
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By SLOANE BROWN | May 28, 2006
If only the 19th-century sailors who served aboard the USS Constellation had had it as good as the guests at the USS Constellation Museum's "7th Annual Blast!" Large dining tables were set up fore and aft, gold tablecloths fluttering in the breeze. There was a raw bar, and a dinner buffet of poached salmon, grilled veggies and other edible delights. And, not only a regular bar, but also two others -- one with designer beers, the other with margaritas and cosmopolitans. Partygoers included museum president Herbert Frerichs and board members Dave Beck, Nancy Bloom, Steve Bockmiller, Jack Elsby, Lou Miller, Paul Shea and Ed Tharp.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | April 25, 1999
One teen-ager was killed and three others were seriously injured yesterday afternoon in a car accident on Route 24 in Bel Air.State police said Michael Joseph Napoli, 18, of Bel Air was driving north on Route 24, south of Singer Road, about 2 p.m. when a 1988 Oldsmobile driven south by James Clayton Baker, 17, crossed the median strip and struck Napoli's 1996 Honda. Napoli was killed and his passengers, Alison Vignola, 17, and Matthew Lemaire, 18, also of Bel Air, were injured.Vignola and Lemaire were flown to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where they were in stable condition last night.
FEATURES
March 27, 2000
Necklines plunged. Purple reigned. And the old Hollywood glamour girl made a comeback. Oscar night isn't just about movies. It's about clothes. And Joan and Melissa Rivers aren't the only people who can dish about celebrity style. We assembled our own panel of experts to rate the fashions and foibles of the stars at last night's 72nd Annual Academy Awards: Catharine Incaprera, owner of Madison Boutique in Canton and costume supervisor of "Blair Witch II"; Donna Jenkins, owner of The Zone vintage clothing store in Baltimore; Delgardo Darby, owner of Firma Menswear in Baltimore; Stefan A. Pratt, member of the advisory council of Baltimore City Community College's apparel technology program; and Pascale Lemaire, fashion editor, Baltimore Magazine.
NEWS
April 30, 2001
A Harford County motorcyclist was killed Saturday when he struck a tree on Ady Road north of Bel Air, state police said. Matthew B. Lemaire, 20, of Bel Air suffered severe head injuries in the collision and was pronounced dead at the scene about 2:45 p.m., said Trooper Shawn J. Ward of the state police barracks in Bel Air. Police said Lemaire was northbound near Walters Mill Road and traveling more than 100 mph just before the accident. He had passed several cars and had returned to the northbound lane when he lost control of his Honda, police said.
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By Vida Roberts and Vida Roberts,Fashion Editor | January 9, 1994
For one memorable day, the bride personifies all the graces. In these hectic modern times, when so much of daily dressing is a matter of function and activity, a wedding gown transcends the workaday and transforms the woman who wears it. The rustle of her train whispers in the hush of ceremony. A veil trails her progress past the smiles of well-wishers. Rich embroideries and formal designs soften and refine her gestures.The bride is beautiful.Styling by Pascale Lemaire * Hair by Erika Riggs * Makeup by Eric Spearman/Zoli * Models: Cara, Tracy Wolfe and Anthony Meyer/3 West Casting * Bouquets by Down to Earth, Mount Washington * Photographed at Evergreen House
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By Vida Roberts and Vida Roberts,Sun Fashion Editor | August 15, 1996
Ravens -- graceful in motion, menacing in stillness. Their basic black coloration with subtle glints of purple and gold could be the uniform of sophisticates. Black is elegant, urbane and always in good taste.Just for fun, we asked some Ravens team members to play at fashion in the preseason. The team has had air time and hundreds of yards of press columns, but it will be a while before we know the Ravens as individuals, with that instant recognition. They're just beginning to settle in as part of the Baltimore community.
NEWS
By SLOANE BROWN | May 28, 2006
If only the 19th-century sailors who served aboard the USS Constellation had had it as good as the guests at the USS Constellation Museum's "7th Annual Blast!" Large dining tables were set up fore and aft, gold tablecloths fluttering in the breeze. There was a raw bar, and a dinner buffet of poached salmon, grilled veggies and other edible delights. And, not only a regular bar, but also two others -- one with designer beers, the other with margaritas and cosmopolitans. Partygoers included museum president Herbert Frerichs and board members Dave Beck, Nancy Bloom, Steve Bockmiller, Jack Elsby, Lou Miller, Paul Shea and Ed Tharp.
FEATURES
By TANIKA WHITE and TANIKA WHITE,SUN REPORTER | January 23, 2006
Most of us get ourselves dressed every morning. But if you're rich and famous, you have no need for such inconveniences. You have a stylist. And when supermodel Rachel Hunter, of Sports Illustrated fame, went looking for a new creative type to help pick out her clothes and accessories, she decided to conduct her search the new-fashioned way - on a reality TV show. Style Me on cable's WE channel premieres tonight at 10. Hunter and her crew looked far and wide for a talented potential stylist, soliciting applications from models, photographers, artists and retailers.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | May 3, 2001
Matthew Brent LeMaire, a college student who gained national recognition as an amateur soccer player, died Saturday of injuries he suffered when he lost control of a motorcycle on a Harford County road and struck a tree. The Bel Air resident was 20. Mr. LeMaire, who graduated from C. Milton Wright High School in Bel Air in 1998, was between semesters at Harford Community College, where he was studying computer science. He began playing soccer as a 5-year-old in the Hickory-Fountain Green Recreation Council in Harford County.
NEWS
April 30, 2001
A Harford County motorcyclist was killed Saturday when he struck a tree on Ady Road north of Bel Air, state police said. Matthew B. Lemaire, 20, of Bel Air suffered severe head injuries in the collision and was pronounced dead at the scene about 2:45 p.m., said Trooper Shawn J. Ward of the state police barracks in Bel Air. Police said Lemaire was northbound near Walters Mill Road and traveling more than 100 mph just before the accident. He had passed several cars and had returned to the northbound lane when he lost control of his Honda, police said.
FEATURES
March 27, 2000
Necklines plunged. Purple reigned. And the old Hollywood glamour girl made a comeback. Oscar night isn't just about movies. It's about clothes. And Joan and Melissa Rivers aren't the only people who can dish about celebrity style. We assembled our own panel of experts to rate the fashions and foibles of the stars at last night's 72nd Annual Academy Awards: Catharine Incaprera, owner of Madison Boutique in Canton and costume supervisor of "Blair Witch II"; Donna Jenkins, owner of The Zone vintage clothing store in Baltimore; Delgardo Darby, owner of Firma Menswear in Baltimore; Stefan A. Pratt, member of the advisory council of Baltimore City Community College's apparel technology program; and Pascale Lemaire, fashion editor, Baltimore Magazine.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | April 25, 1999
One teen-ager was killed and three others were seriously injured yesterday afternoon in a car accident on Route 24 in Bel Air.State police said Michael Joseph Napoli, 18, of Bel Air was driving north on Route 24, south of Singer Road, about 2 p.m. when a 1988 Oldsmobile driven south by James Clayton Baker, 17, crossed the median strip and struck Napoli's 1996 Honda. Napoli was killed and his passengers, Alison Vignola, 17, and Matthew Lemaire, 18, also of Bel Air, were injured.Vignola and Lemaire were flown to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where they were in stable condition last night.
NEWS
By Vida Roberts and Vida Roberts,Sun Fashion Editor | August 15, 1996
Ravens -- graceful in motion, menacing in stillness. Their basic black coloration with subtle glints of purple and gold could be the uniform of sophisticates. Black is elegant, urbane and always in good taste.Just for fun, we asked some Ravens team members to play at fashion in the preseason. The team has had air time and hundreds of yards of press columns, but it will be a while before we know the Ravens as individuals, with that instant recognition. They're just beginning to settle in as part of the Baltimore community.
NEWS
By Tiesha Higgins and Tiesha Higgins,Special to The Sun | December 3, 2006
The holidays are here, and invitations are beginning to pour in for charity balls, client cocktail parties and the company's annual holiday affair. Without fail, the thought that comes to mind is: What do you wear? Figuring out "the look" for this year can be puzzling. But fashion gurus in the Baltimore area say it does not have to be complicated. Building a small collection of the most crucial clothing and accessories and knowing what to avoid, they say, will help guide your holiday style.
FEATURES
By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | August 5, 2010
Gail Kandel is not a rabid "Real Housewives" fan by any stretch. But she will be glued to her television this season when the hit Bravo series debuts its latest cast from Washington. Kandel won't be paying that close attention to the expected hair-pulling, romantic drama and cattiness that have become synonymous with the show. She's going to be looking at the clothes — with hopes that she'll spot a couple of pieces from her Pikesville boutique, Vasarri. This season, the ladies from the Beltway will likely be rocking garments from Kandel's store along with clothes from a number of other Baltimore-area businesses.
FEATURES
By Vida Roberts and Vida Roberts,Fashion Editor | January 9, 1994
For one memorable day, the bride personifies all the graces. In these hectic modern times, when so much of daily dressing is a matter of function and activity, a wedding gown transcends the workaday and transforms the woman who wears it. The rustle of her train whispers in the hush of ceremony. A veil trails her progress past the smiles of well-wishers. Rich embroideries and formal designs soften and refine her gestures.The bride is beautiful.Styling by Pascale Lemaire * Hair by Erika Riggs * Makeup by Eric Spearman/Zoli * Models: Cara, Tracy Wolfe and Anthony Meyer/3 West Casting * Bouquets by Down to Earth, Mount Washington * Photographed at Evergreen House
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