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Wesley Case and The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2014
Walking through Fells Point, Jamie Hubbard often stared at Pearl's, a bar on the corner of Aliceanna and Wolfe streets. Pearl's was a dive that offered cheap beer and pool tables, but Hubbard always envisioned more, especially given the prime location between Fells Point and Canton. “It just seemed like it wasn't living up to its potential,” Hubbard said recently. Earlier this spring, he and partner Mike Maraziti (the “Mike” of One-Eyed Mike's, where Hubbard is also the general manager)
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Wesley Case and The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2014
Walking through Fells Point, Jamie Hubbard often stared at Pearl's, a bar on the corner of Aliceanna and Wolfe streets. Pearl's was a dive that offered cheap beer and pool tables, but Hubbard always envisioned more, especially given the prime location between Fells Point and Canton. “It just seemed like it wasn't living up to its potential,” Hubbard said recently. Earlier this spring, he and partner Mike Maraziti (the “Mike” of One-Eyed Mike's, where Hubbard is also the general manager)
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May 23, 2003
On May 20, 2003, MAY T.; beloved daughter of Winnifred A. (nee Pereira) and Angelo M. Lobo; dear sister of Ida Lobo, of London, England, Patricia Quartermaine, of Oxon, England, Joseph A. Lobo, of Hollywood, FL and the late Rev. Anthony F. Lobo, S.S. Ms. Lobo will lie in state at Our Lady of the Angles-Charlestown Retirement Community on Friday, from 12:30 to 1 P.M., the funeral hour. Interment Sulpician Cemetery. Arrangements by Leonard J. Ruck, Inc.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | July 24, 2014
Ananda, a new Indian restaurant from Binda and Kehar Singh, the brothers who own the  Ambassador Dining Room  in Tuscany-Canterbury, is now open in Howard County's Maple Lawn community.   Ananda, which serves a menu similar to the Ambassador, is in a quiet-opening, or soft-opening, phase -- the low-key method some restaurants use as they work out kinks and train the staff. The official opening will be in a few weeks, Binda Singh said. Ananda is open daily from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Ananda is at  7421 Maple Lawn Blvd.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN REPORTER | May 14, 2008
Gayego, who had not finished worse than second in his five starts before the Kentucky Derby, will try to redeem a 17th-place finish to Big Brown two weeks ago by running in Saturday's Preakness. "He came back [from the Derby] very well," Gayego's trainer, Paulo Lobo, said. "He's been eating everything. He's feeling happy." On top of that, Lobo said, the son of Gilded Time is a good shipper, which is fortunate because this morning the California horse was boarding his fifth major flight in five weeks, having traveled to and from the Arkansas Derby in April and to and from the Kentucky Derby two weeks ago. Lobo's decision to bring Gayego here means this will be the sixth time since 1918 that just two Derby starters will have been entered in the Preakness after running at Churchill Downs.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | July 24, 2014
Ananda, a new Indian restaurant from Binda and Kehar Singh, the brothers who own the  Ambassador Dining Room  in Tuscany-Canterbury, is now open in Howard County's Maple Lawn community.   Ananda, which serves a menu similar to the Ambassador, is in a quiet-opening, or soft-opening, phase -- the low-key method some restaurants use as they work out kinks and train the staff. The official opening will be in a few weeks, Binda Singh said. Ananda is open daily from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Ananda is at  7421 Maple Lawn Blvd.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | December 6, 1995
WASHINGTON -- There are days, no doubt, when it isn't such a good thing to be Rebecca Lobo.Like, for instance, on the days when you can't find a pair of dress shoes in your size, or when some guy scoops up your hair after a session at the salon, or when you'd like just a couple more moments of privacy with your family and friends in an airport, and someone recognizes you as that Rebecca Lobo.But when you've been a guest on David Letterman's late night talk show, not to mention the most recognized women's basketball player on the planet and a member of the most talented collection of women's players ever assembled, there are no such things as private moments.
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By Los Angeles Times | January 28, 1994
ALTADENA, Calif. -- Claude Akins, the rugged actor with a Dixie drawl who was best known for his television roles as a truck driver, a colorful rural sheriff and a pitch man for a chain of automobile transmission repair shops, died of cancer yesterday. was 75.Julian Myers, Mr. Akins' publicist, said the actor had been seriously ill for about a year.Although he appeared mostly in supporting roles in more than 50 movies and 400 television shows, the burly, weather-beaten part-Cherokee from Nelson, Ga., considered himself "the highest paid unknown" in Hollywood.
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By SUN STAFF | September 26, 1999
Rebecca Lobo, star of the New York Liberty of the Women's National Basketball Association, shares her passion for reading as a member of the American Library Association's Teen Read Team.Studies show that teen-agers who read for fun and talk about books with family and friends have higher reading scores than those who don't. Here's a conversation with Lobo about reading.Q: What kinds of books do you enjoy reading?A: A variety of books including fiction, nonfiction, spiritual or whatever a good friend recommends.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Sun Staff Writer | April 3, 1995
MINNEAPOLIS -- Throughout the season, the whispers about the true greatness of the Connecticut women's basketball team occasionally grew to murmurs and, at times, were even audible as those within the game wondered just how good the Huskies were.When the horn sounded yesterday at the Target Center in the NCAA championship game, and the Huskies had vanquished their final and most substantial opponent, Tennessee, 70-64, to complete an undefeated season, all the talk stopped."I hope this puts what these kids did this season in perspective and that everybody gives these kids the credit and recognition they deserve.
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By Laura Vozzella, The Baltimore Sun | December 4, 2010
Francisco "Paco" Lobo wears out tuxedos the way marathoners do running shoes. The longtime Tio Pepe maitre d' keeps three tuxes in his wardrobe at any given time, and every year, at least two succumb to the rigors of dry cleaning. Lobo himself has held up far better. At 74, he is trim and lively and able to charm hungry, impatient crowds for 10 and 12 hours a day, five days a week, in the elegant Mount Vernon basement restaurant. His hair has gone silver, but the size of his tux jacket, 44 regular, hasn't budged since he started at Tio's more than 40 years ago — no small feat given the occupational hazards of a place that dishes up off-the-menu, twice-fried potatoes known as pommes soufflés before diners even have a chance to order.
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By From Sun staff and news services | December 10, 2008
Incoming New Mexico coach Mike Locksley is picking up where his predecessor left off, saying the program is in good shape and he's ready to make things even better. "This isn't a rebuilding project. I look at it as a renovation," said Locksley, a former Towson State defensive back and assistant coach, who was introduced yesterday. "I'll be putting my personal touches on the great foundation that's already been laid." New Mexico athletic director Paul Krebs said Locksley, who also served as Maryland's running backs coach and recruiting coordinator from 1997 to 2002, was the only candidate offered the job. He agreed to a six-year contract worth $750,000 annually.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN REPORTER | May 14, 2008
Gayego, who had not finished worse than second in his five starts before the Kentucky Derby, will try to redeem a 17th-place finish to Big Brown two weeks ago by running in Saturday's Preakness. "He came back [from the Derby] very well," Gayego's trainer, Paulo Lobo, said. "He's been eating everything. He's feeling happy." On top of that, Lobo said, the son of Gilded Time is a good shipper, which is fortunate because this morning the California horse was boarding his fifth major flight in five weeks, having traveled to and from the Arkansas Derby in April and to and from the Kentucky Derby two weeks ago. Lobo's decision to bring Gayego here means this will be the sixth time since 1918 that just two Derby starters will have been entered in the Preakness after running at Churchill Downs.
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By Gena R. Chattin | March 1, 2007
Los Lobos' The Town and the City made several critics' top albums of 2006. On Tuesday night at 7, the band brings its blues, rockabilly and Latin blend to Rams Head Live, 20 Market Place in Power Plant Live. The Taj Mahal Trio joins Los Lobos to perform its own mix of the blues and funk rhythms that have made Mahal a legend. Tickets are $37.50-$42.40. For tickets, call 410-268-4545 or go to ramsheadlive.com.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | December 1, 2004
The University of New Mexico yesterday accepted an invitation to play Navy in the third annual Emerald Bowl in San Francisco on Dec. 30. A runner-up to unbeaten Utah in the Mountain West Conference, New Mexico will carry a five-game winning streak into the postseason game after beating Wyoming, 16-9, in the finale. The Lobos will be making their third straight bowl appearance for the first time in the school's 106-year football history. The Las Vegas Bowl had the first choice of MWC teams after the Liberty Bowl opted to match high-powered Boise State against high-powered Louisville.
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By Martin Bandyke and Martin Bandyke,KNIGHT RIDDER / TRIBUNE | May 13, 2004
America's premier roots rock band is celebrating its 30th anniversary with an album that could well be its very best. The Ride is both a nostalgic glance back and a bracing look ahead, featuring stunning new material and inspired versions of a handful of older songs. What kicks the album into the stratosphere are its guests, all of whom have been important influences on Los Lobos, including Elvis Costello, Tom Waits, Ruben Blades, Bobby Womack, Richard Thompson, Mavis Staples and Dave Alvin.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | February 8, 2002
Contrary to advance protests, Collateral Damage doesn't libel Colombians. Instead, it trips over its own combat boots to portray the civilian population as innocent peasants caught between murderous drug-smuggling guerrillas and cold-blooded CIA operatives. In its own inept, heavy-breathing fashion, the movie deplores the collateral damage of America's own covert military misadventures. Indeed, it goes so far in this respect that a couple of wiseacres in a theater cheered for the Colombian kamikazes.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Sun Staff Writer | April 2, 1995
MINNEAPOLIS -- It would certainly be inaccurate to suggest that the success of the top-ranked and unbeaten Connecticut women's basketball team lies entirely with only two players, for no successful team lives and dies with only two fully functioning parts.But the Huskies certainly wouldn't have gone so far down the road to a national championship, which includes yesterday's 87-60 pasting of No. 4 Stanford, if not for the special talents of Rebecca Lobo and Kara Wolters.Virtually everyone has heard of Lobo, the 6-foot-4 senior forward from Southwick, Mass.
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May 23, 2003
On May 20, 2003, MAY T.; beloved daughter of Winnifred A. (nee Pereira) and Angelo M. Lobo; dear sister of Ida Lobo, of London, England, Patricia Quartermaine, of Oxon, England, Joseph A. Lobo, of Hollywood, FL and the late Rev. Anthony F. Lobo, S.S. Ms. Lobo will lie in state at Our Lady of the Angles-Charlestown Retirement Community on Friday, from 12:30 to 1 P.M., the funeral hour. Interment Sulpician Cemetery. Arrangements by Leonard J. Ruck, Inc.
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By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,SUN STAFF | July 25, 2002
The five members of Los Lobos had recorded 11 new songs and were two days away from the deadline to turn in their latest album when a thought suddenly struck them. "We sort of had this idea that we weren't quite done," saxophonist Steve Berlin said. "That there was another song hovering out in the ether somewhere." Singer-guitarist David Hidalgo went back into the studio and recorded a melody that had been in his head, and the group's lyricist Louie Perez took it home to think it over.
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