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August 6, 2007
Liz Smith is on vacation. Her column returns Aug. 15.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | September 21, 2011
They loved the soups and sandwiches and salads, but two regular Wednesday customers of the Souper Freak truck, Erik and Jill, asked and asked every week, "Why don't you have any dessert?" Now, finally, the Souper Freak does -- Chocolate Cowboy Brownies with potato chips, gluten free carrot and sweet potato bars, seven-layer vegan bars, all made by Liz Smith, whom the Souper Freak's Irene Smith calls the "dessert goddess. " It's hard to see in the window drawing, but it says, How the Souper Freak Got Desserts . Erik and Jill are, of course, the Baltimore Sun's own Erik " Midnight Sun " Maza and Jill " Unleashed " Rosen.
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FEATURES
June 23, 2006
Liz Smith will no longer appear in the Movies Today section. You can continue to find her column at baltimore sun.com and in the Today section Monday through Thursday.
FEATURES
August 8, 2007
Liz Smith is on vacation. Her column returns Aug. 15.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Michael Pakenham | October 1, 2000
"Natural Blonde: A Memoir," by Liz Smith (Hyperion, 459 pages, $25.95). Professional gossip, as practiced by columnists, is either a motherlode of social and economic history or drivel. A lifetime of newspapering has taught me to take the best of it very seriously -- history's made by people who are watched by such columnists. In the present era, nobody is better at it than Liz Smith (a fondly remembered colleague of mine a decade and more back). Rare in the craft, she has a warm heart and genuinely likes people -- at least genuine ones.
NEWS
July 17, 2005
On Thursday, July 14, 2005, MARY E. "LIZ" SMITH (nee Ross) of Forest Hill; beloved wife of the late Willis A. Smith; devoted mother of Steve H. Smith, Gordon S. Smith, Nancy R. Smith, Janet E. Smith; loving grandmother of five and dearest great-grandmother of one.; dear sister of William Ross and the late Anne Leidy. Friends and family may call on Monday from 7 to 9 at the Tarring-Cargo Funeral Home, P.A., 333 S. Parke Street, Aberdeen, MD 21001, where funeral services will be held on Tuesday, July 19 at 10 A.M. Interment Deer Creek Cemetery, Forest Hill, MD. www.tarringcargo.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | September 21, 2011
They loved the soups and sandwiches and salads, but two regular Wednesday customers of the Souper Freak truck, Erik and Jill, asked and asked every week, "Why don't you have any dessert?" Now, finally, the Souper Freak does -- Chocolate Cowboy Brownies with potato chips, gluten free carrot and sweet potato bars, seven-layer vegan bars, all made by Liz Smith, whom the Souper Freak's Irene Smith calls the "dessert goddess. " It's hard to see in the window drawing, but it says, How the Souper Freak Got Desserts . Erik and Jill are, of course, the Baltimore Sun's own Erik " Midnight Sun " Maza and Jill " Unleashed " Rosen.
FEATURES
July 29, 1991
Staff writer Sylvia Badger recently interviewed comedian and talk show host Joan Rivers, who was in town for a performance at Merriweather Post Pavilion. Here's what Joan had to say on a number of subjects.Q: If you were interviewing Joan Rivers, what would be the first question you would ask her?A: "Are you sleeping with anyone?"Q: Well?A: Just say that I burst into tears after that question.Q: Is it true there has been a coolness between you and Oprah Winfrey since you won the 1990 Emmy for outstanding talk show host?
NEWS
By KAROL V. MENZIE and KAROL V. MENZIE,SUN STAFF | May 9, 1999
Harvey Ladew was a horseman, artist, traveler, raconteur, wit, bon vivant, generous host and superb gardener who never held a job, never married and rarely completed a project. He lived on inherited wealth and spent his days wining, dining, partying, playing polo and chasing foxes. Yet when he died in 1976, he left the world a 22-acre masterpiece of a garden, now known as Ladew Topiary Gardens, that has been admired and written about by visitors from all over the world."A lot of his life was 'Been there, done that, what's next to try?
FEATURES
June 7, 2007
Starting today, The Sun's weekly health coverage, which used to appear Fridays, moves to a redesigned Health Today feature section that will appear Thursdays. Health Today will include medical news, an increased focus on fitness, a weekly advice column with local health experts and regular features, including People's Pharmacy and the health calendar. In addition, entertainment news will appear inside the section each week, including TV information, horoscopes and the People column. Liz Smith's column will appear online at baltimoresun.
FEATURES
June 23, 2006
Liz Smith will no longer appear in the Movies Today section. You can continue to find her column at baltimore sun.com and in the Today section Monday through Thursday.
NEWS
July 17, 2005
On Thursday, July 14, 2005, MARY E. "LIZ" SMITH (nee Ross) of Forest Hill; beloved wife of the late Willis A. Smith; devoted mother of Steve H. Smith, Gordon S. Smith, Nancy R. Smith, Janet E. Smith; loving grandmother of five and dearest great-grandmother of one.; dear sister of William Ross and the late Anne Leidy. Friends and family may call on Monday from 7 to 9 at the Tarring-Cargo Funeral Home, P.A., 333 S. Parke Street, Aberdeen, MD 21001, where funeral services will be held on Tuesday, July 19 at 10 A.M. Interment Deer Creek Cemetery, Forest Hill, MD. www.tarringcargo.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Michael Pakenham | October 1, 2000
"Natural Blonde: A Memoir," by Liz Smith (Hyperion, 459 pages, $25.95). Professional gossip, as practiced by columnists, is either a motherlode of social and economic history or drivel. A lifetime of newspapering has taught me to take the best of it very seriously -- history's made by people who are watched by such columnists. In the present era, nobody is better at it than Liz Smith (a fondly remembered colleague of mine a decade and more back). Rare in the craft, she has a warm heart and genuinely likes people -- at least genuine ones.
NEWS
By KAROL V. MENZIE and KAROL V. MENZIE,SUN STAFF | May 9, 1999
Harvey Ladew was a horseman, artist, traveler, raconteur, wit, bon vivant, generous host and superb gardener who never held a job, never married and rarely completed a project. He lived on inherited wealth and spent his days wining, dining, partying, playing polo and chasing foxes. Yet when he died in 1976, he left the world a 22-acre masterpiece of a garden, now known as Ladew Topiary Gardens, that has been admired and written about by visitors from all over the world."A lot of his life was 'Been there, done that, what's next to try?
FEATURES
July 29, 1991
Staff writer Sylvia Badger recently interviewed comedian and talk show host Joan Rivers, who was in town for a performance at Merriweather Post Pavilion. Here's what Joan had to say on a number of subjects.Q: If you were interviewing Joan Rivers, what would be the first question you would ask her?A: "Are you sleeping with anyone?"Q: Well?A: Just say that I burst into tears after that question.Q: Is it true there has been a coolness between you and Oprah Winfrey since you won the 1990 Emmy for outstanding talk show host?
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