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By Pat Morgan and Pat Morgan,Knight-Ridder Newspapers | July 10, 1991
Just in case deciding whether to tan hasn't given us enough skin-related beauty dilemmas:The Food and Drug Administration recently told a congressional subcommittee that it is investigating the use of collagen for lip enhancement, any use of liquid silicone injections, and the use and promotion of Retin-A for wrinkle reduction.Should we be concerned? You bet those newly lush lips we should.The FDA has approved the use of injectible collagen (extracted from cowhide) for acne scars, but not for lip augmentation.
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By Dan Singer and The Baltimore Sun | August 15, 2014
When inspiration hits, Wayne Coyne needs to act on it. “You just feel like, 'This is what I want to say right now,' and you have to absolutely say it before you can be rational again,” the Flaming Lips frontman said on the phone recently from Fredonia, N.Y., where he was working on an upcoming release.  The Oklahoma-based Flaming Lips - who headline the Silopanna Music Festival on Saturday - are entering the fourth decade of a career that...
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By Glenn McNatt and Glenn McNatt,Sun Art Critic | February 23, 2003
Take close-ups of several pairs of brown lips humming a sweet, sad song, arrange them in a rectangular grid, five down and three across -- some of the lips are duplicated -- and add sound. That's the recipe photographer Lorna Simpson followed to make Easy to Remember, her new installation at the Baltimore Museum of Art and the first major video work ever to enter the BMA's permanent collection. Easy to Remember, which made its debut at the Whitney Biennial in 2002, takes its title from a 1930s Rodgers and Hart song of the same name.
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By David Horsey | August 12, 2014
The awfulness of Gaza goes on. So does the madness in Iraq and Syria. Wildfires burn through the West, while in Washington, D.C., our do-absolutely-nothing Congress prepares to adjourn, freeing up time for representatives and senators to go home and campaign to be re-elected so they can accomplish nothing for another two years. It seems an opportune time to consider a far less depressing issue, one that, outside of Hollywood and the Redneck Riviera, affects only a small minority: artificial body enhancement, AKA cosmetic surgery or "having a little work done.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | August 9, 2002
Read My Lips is an unconventional and engrossing French thriller about a man and a woman who elbow in on a big-money crime. It's not about the blind leading the blind, but the deaf leading the debased, and vice versa. Carla (Emmanuelle Devos) can't hear without two hearing aids. A secretary in a property management company, she faces the condescension of other employees as she attempts to work her way up in the business. Paul (Vincent Cassel) is a blunt, violent parolee being forced to pay off an enormous debt to a crooked nightclub owner.
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By ELIZABETH LARGE and ELIZABETH LARGE,Sun Staff | September 22, 2002
At the fall runway shows, one beauty message was clear: Pretty is passe. "Sexy and smoldering were a common thread in hair and makeup," says Kristin Perrotta, deputy editor and beauty director for Allure. "Not overly perfect. It looked like the women had snuck backstage and were rolling around with the male models. Lips looked like everyone had been kissing a little. Updos were haphazard." Runway designers set the trends, and makeup companies are never far behind. Translation for women who wear makeup in the everyday world: Eyes and lips have high drama this fall.
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By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,Sun Staff | January 5, 2003
It's hard to say what's most striking about Chicago showgirl Velma Kelly -- the bright red lips, the smoky eyes, the short dresses with sequined strands that seductively dust her behind, or the fact that she shot her husband with no regrets. The combination of elements, however, makes for a stirring, dangerous beauty that men want to touch and women want to possess. Velma (played by Catherine Zeta-Jones) and her Chicago showgirl-inmate counterparts are the latest permutations of femme fatales on the American big screen.
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May 17, 2004
On May 15, 2004 EMILY (Nee Lips) MORGAN of Sudbrook Park, beloved wife of Harold Leonard Morgan, mother of Elizabeth Morgan Flynn and Kenneth Whittington Morgan, sister of Kenneth Everett Lips and the late Robert Whittington, John Bernard and Walter Mc Caulley Lips, grandmother of Christopher Morgan Lewis and Megan Elizabeth Kersch, great-grandmother of Samuel Morgan Lewis. Funeral services from the Eline Funeral Home, 11824 Reisterstown Rd., (at Franklin Blvd) Tuesday 12 noon. Interment Druid Ridge Cemetery.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2012
Mmmmm. Snack fish. An Asian short-clawed otter is smacking his otter lips over a fish treat in its enclosure at the Chester Zoo   in Chester, England. The smallest of the world's otter species, the vulnerable short-clawed otters are part of a breeding program at the zoo.
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By SARAH KICKLER KELBER | November 30, 2006
Hinder Hinder, whose album Extreme Behavior is gathering strength on the popularity of the single "Lips of an Angel," hits Washington's 9:30 Club tonight at 7:30. Eighteen Visions and Lynam are also billed. Tickets are $20; ticket availability may be limited. The club is at 815 V St. N.W., Washington. Visit 930.com or tickets.com.
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | June 4, 2014
UPDATE: Singer/songwriter Eric Hutchinson, who grew up in Takoma Park and released his latest album ("Pure Fiction") in April, has been named the final addition to the Silopanna Music Festival lineup. ------ Get ready, Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds, because Wayne Coyne is coming this summer. The Flaming Lips, led by Coyne, Dashboard Confessional and Matt & Kim are a few of the 19 acts scheduled to perform at the fairgrounds for Aug. 16's Silopanna Music Festival. Other artists set to take the stage include Sleeper Agent, Hellogoodbye, Chappo, Twin Forks, Damn Right!
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By Leonard Pitts Jr and By Leonard Pitts Jr | May 25, 2014
"I want a love I can see. That's the only kind that means a thing to me. Don't want a love you have to tell me about. That kind of loving I can sure do without. " -- The Temptations, 1963 A few days ago in an airport restaurant, I saw a scene that has become commonplace in recent years. These soldiers were sitting there talking, waiting for their meal. And this guy on the way out detoured over to them. "Thank you for your service," he said. They nodded, thanked him for thanking them.
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May 22, 2014
I read with interest Richard J. Goutos' letter "Return prayer to public school" (May 19), describing how in the late 1950s and early 1960s, at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute "a student read a passage from the Bible, then the Lord's prayer was recited ... (and) nobody I know was adversely affected by the practice ... no child was scarred negatively ... no one was forced to participate. " I also attended Poly at that time. The morning ritual was not the problem, as it only lasted a few minutes.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | April 17, 2014
Sophomore attackman Ryan Brown did not make his usual start in No. 5 Johns Hopkins' 17-2 thrashing of Mount St. Mary's on Monday. Coach Dave Pietramala was mum about Brown's absence, which  Lacrosse Magazine reported  was caused by a minor injury that the Calvert Hall graduate suffered late in the team's 11-6 victory over No. 6 Maryland on Saturday.  “Ryan didn't play,” Pietramala said on Thursday morning. “He was with the team but did not dress.” Asked whether Brown - the team's leader in goals with 32 this season - would return against Navy (4-7)
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January 16, 2014
For Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler to liken Obamacare's implementation to "a 'Saturday Night Live' skit," as The Washington Post quoted him as saying, shows a disturbing pattern. Maybe he should have considered attending a meeting of the Health Care Reform Council, which he is a member of and which has been part of a solution. Instead he elected not to show up for a single meeting over the last two years. Mr. Gansler then said, "It's very hard for anybody to point to anything that Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown has ever managed or ever run. " Mr. Brown was awarded the Policymaker/Elected Official Award in 2011 by the Associated Defense Communities for his work with the Base Realignment Closure in Maryland.
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By Jules Witcover | November 8, 2013
Every American president has to weather occasional political gaffes. Whether their own or those committed by associates, they cause temporary embarrassment or pain but are ultimately survivable. Loose lips may sink ships, as was often said in warning during World War II, but they're seldom fatal in the normal course of governing. Major mistakes, however, if they linger or are repeated, can be the undoing of a presidency. The excesses of the Vietnam War that drove Lyndon Johnson to the sidelines in 1968, and Watergate, which led to Richard Nixon's resignation in 1974, have had lasting political consequences.
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November 2, 1992
THANK goodness for The Ledger-Enquirer of Columbus, Ga., where an editorialist summed up everyone's objections to Madonna's new book, "Sex," in a few terse paragraphs:"Madonna, who has parlayed a propensity for getting naked into a multimillion-dollar industry, has just released a book. It's titled 'Sex.'"It costs $50 and features pictures of her naked with a variety of men and women and assorted recreational devices and leather goods. It also has words, like: 'This book is about sex. Sex is not love.
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By MIKE ROYKO | December 7, 1992
I'm going to be accused of being insensitive, sexist, ageist and politically incorrect. And maybe I am. But I can't help it. Some things make me giggle.What I'm talking about is a part of a news story that caught my eye.It's about Sen. Robert Packwood, who is in all sorts of trouble at work and probably at home because he's been accused by at least 10 women of making improper sexual advances.Women's groups are angry at him, and he's going to be investigated by his fellow senators.He's responded by doing what politicians and other public figures do when the going gets tough: He says ol' demon rum made him do it and has checked into a private alky rehab joint.
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By Richard E. Vatz | September 27, 2013
There has been great controversy regarding the forcible removal of a Howard County parent from a Maryland State Department of Education town hall meeting a week ago after he insisted on orally asking a politically inconvenient question about the Common Core curriculum. Only written questions were allowed. Robert Small was roughly grabbed and physically removed from the meeting and humiliated and handcuffed, although charges of assaulting an officer were later dropped by Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott Shellenberger.
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Susan Reimer | February 11, 2013
Oh, the physical sacrifices I make for my job as a journalist. True, I have never been assaulted by a mob in Cairo's Tahrir Square, as CBS' Lara Logan was. And I've never been injured by a bomb, as happened to ABC's Bob Woodruff and CBS' Kimberly Dozier in Iraq. In fact, the last time I left Maryland for an assignment, it was to cover the Philadelphia Flower Show, and that's not exactly hazard duty. But I am recovering from injuries suffered while writing a food story for our Wednesday Taste section, and I'd like a little more attention to my suffering than I got in the emergency room.
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