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By Bailey O'Malia | September 21, 2012
There's a three's company theme on "The Real Housewives of Miami" this season. The love triangle between Karent, Rodolfo and Ana is heating up. And not even a romantic couple's massage can ease the tension. Ana claims that Rodolfo has contacted her on multiple occasions.But Karent refuses to listen. She puts it all on Ana, saying that she is just one of the many women who are fans. Somehow, Adriana has gotten herself in the middle of the situation and doesn't know who to believe.
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By Bailey O'Malia | September 21, 2012
There's a three's company theme on "The Real Housewives of Miami" this season. The love triangle between Karent, Rodolfo and Ana is heating up. And not even a romantic couple's massage can ease the tension. Ana claims that Rodolfo has contacted her on multiple occasions.But Karent refuses to listen. She puts it all on Ana, saying that she is just one of the many women who are fans. Somehow, Adriana has gotten herself in the middle of the situation and doesn't know who to believe.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | December 18, 1992
Before he was sentenced to 15 years in state prison yesterday, Charles Albert Rhodes Jr. turned to his best friend's mother in Carroll Circuit Court yesterday and apologized for killing him."Loella, I'm sorry for what I have had to put you through," he said, his voice choked with sobs. "I love you all, but you know that. I'm so sorry."Loella Rupp looked straight at Rhodes and began to cry as he spoke to her. Rhodes and her son, Steven, had grown up together.But Steven Rupp is dead now. Rhodes, 44, shot him twice in the face after an argument April 6, 1991, that grew out of a love triangle involving the two men and Rhodes' wife, Dorothy Jean.
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By L'Oreal Thompson | November 8, 2011
Let's talk about sexy, baby, 'Glee' style. S-e-x was the topic of conversation tonight on 'Glee.' After a vanilla version of "Tonight" from West Side Story by Rachel and Blaine, aka Maria and Tony, Artie asks them about their lack of passion. Both the main characters admit to being virgins and waiting for the right person. But Artie's concerned they won't be convincing to the audience. After all, WSS is about teenage sexual awakening. Sparks fly when Blaine revisits Dalton as the Warblers are performing their rendition of "Uptown Girl.
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By L'Oreal Thompson | November 8, 2011
Let's talk about sexy, baby, 'Glee' style. S-e-x was the topic of conversation tonight on 'Glee.' After a vanilla version of "Tonight" from West Side Story by Rachel and Blaine, aka Maria and Tony, Artie asks them about their lack of passion. Both the main characters admit to being virgins and waiting for the right person. But Artie's concerned they won't be convincing to the audience. After all, WSS is about teenage sexual awakening. Sparks fly when Blaine revisits Dalton as the Warblers are performing their rendition of "Uptown Girl.
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By Jordan Bartel, b | July 17, 2011
"If you kiss me, I promise you'll be happy" -- Eric Now this is the "True Blood" I like: fast-paced, alternately gory and light hearted, randomly funny ... and featuring Mona from "Who's the Boss?" Many, including myself, have complained that this season so far has been boring. This episode was nothing but, progressing each storyline quickly and realistically (um, for "True Blood"). Plus, leave it to guest star Katherine Helmond, as matriarch Caroline Bellefleur (yes, another Bellefleur)
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | May 5, 2006
If only La Mujer de mi Hermano (My Brother's Wife) had a dollop of humor and at least one character worth rooting for. It's certainly got three fine-looking leads, and plays for much of its length like the kind of steamy potboiler for which the term "guilty pleasure" was coined. But what the stars, director Ricardo de Montreuil and writer Jaime Bayly have come up with is a singularly joyless affair, the story of a complicated love triangle involving three ludicrously overdrawn characters - an unfulfilled wife, an inadequate husband and an oversexed brother-in-law - who don't have a clue how ridiculous they are. Neither, apparently, do the filmmakers, who treat the material with all the earnestness of a junior-high sex-ed lecturer.
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By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Film Critic | September 3, 1992
"Proof," by its very existence, makes an irrefutable argument, a proof-positive: that it's possible to make a very good movie with three actors, a script and a camera.Of course "Proof" isn't an American enterprise: How could it be? A tight, mordant psychological thriller from Australia, it's about a tangled, highly charged love triangle -- the oldest of stories -- as reimagined through the freshest of lenses so that it feels deliriously new. It's about a blind photographer, his housekeeper, a kid he meets in a restaurant and the battle royale the three have for his soul and heart.
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By JoAnna Daemmrich and JoAnna Daemmrich,Staff Writer | February 7, 1993
An Annapolis police officer who became entangled in a ruinous love triangle faces dismissal or suspension after being found guilty of interfering with an investigation into allegations that she harassed her ex-boyfriend and his new flame.Officer Lisa Whiting, 30, left police headquarters Friday afternoon shaken, but with her head high, after a trial board recommended that she either be fired for interfering with the probe, or suspended for up to 10 days for making false statements to investigators.
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By Allison Klein and Allison Klein,SUN STAFF | December 4, 2003
More than a year after the son of a one-time noted local television personality was slain, the man accused of killing him went on trial yesterday in Baltimore Circuit Court. Corey Bennett -- the 22-year-old son of former WBAL-TV feature reporter Ray Bennett -- was fatally stabbed in the chest in April of last year outside his girlfriend's house in the 1600 block of Presbury St. Samtoya Williams, 31, is charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing, which prosecutors said was committed during an argument stemming from a love triangle.
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By Jordan Bartel, b | July 17, 2011
"If you kiss me, I promise you'll be happy" -- Eric Now this is the "True Blood" I like: fast-paced, alternately gory and light hearted, randomly funny ... and featuring Mona from "Who's the Boss?" Many, including myself, have complained that this season so far has been boring. This episode was nothing but, progressing each storyline quickly and realistically (um, for "True Blood"). Plus, leave it to guest star Katherine Helmond, as matriarch Caroline Bellefleur (yes, another Bellefleur)
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | October 20, 2010
— After a 21-year-old Baltimore woman testified that Tyrone Hall was neither provoked nor attacked by the two Frostburg State University basketball players he shot last April, four of Hall's friends said that Ellis Hartridge Jr. taunted Hall and lunged at him right before the 21-year-old Glen Burnie man shot Hartridge and teammate Brandon Carroll. The only part of the testimony of Patrice Britton and Hall's friends that matched up was that the former Mount St. Joseph soccer standout fired the shotgun that Britton said he had purchased weeks before at a local pawnshop.
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By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2009
Bay Theatre begins its eighth season with A. R. Gurney's 1995 comedy "Sylvia," about a middle-age man who brings home a stray dog to the empty nest he shares with his wife on Manhattan's Upper West Side. If instead of a year earlier, last season had closed with Edward Albee's 2002 play "The Goat or Who Is Sylvia?" about another middle-age male in crisis who found an animal irresistible, Bay would have had an amazing segue between seasons. Noting the similarity of themes, playwright Gurney explains on his Web site, "Greg's affection for Sylvia costs him his job and almost his marriage.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,michael.sragow@baltsun.com | February 27, 2009
The showbiz dictum that all publicity is good publicity has rarely been tested as dramatically as with the opening of Two Lovers. After filming it, the star, Joaquin Phoenix, decided to quit acting and become a hip-hop artist. While promoting it, he flaked out with David Letterman. Gwyneth Paltrow, his co-star, has recently been covered as a budding Oprah for the Internet age. It's enough to make you forget that they're two of our most gifted, sensitive actors. Two Lovers makes you remember.
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | May 5, 2006
If only La Mujer de mi Hermano (My Brother's Wife) had a dollop of humor and at least one character worth rooting for. It's certainly got three fine-looking leads, and plays for much of its length like the kind of steamy potboiler for which the term "guilty pleasure" was coined. But what the stars, director Ricardo de Montreuil and writer Jaime Bayly have come up with is a singularly joyless affair, the story of a complicated love triangle involving three ludicrously overdrawn characters - an unfulfilled wife, an inadequate husband and an oversexed brother-in-law - who don't have a clue how ridiculous they are. Neither, apparently, do the filmmakers, who treat the material with all the earnestness of a junior-high sex-ed lecturer.
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By Joann Klimkiewicz and Joann Klimkiewicz,HARTFORD COURANT | September 11, 2005
The celebrity tabloids have been running breathless headlines all summer long. "Brad & Angelina's Electric Sex!" Star pants this week. "What Have I Done?," Life & Style strips across a photo of a distressed-looking Jennifer Aniston. And via People magazine's fall style issue comes this question: "Sweet or Sexy: What's Your Style? ... Take our quiz to find out if you're a Jen or Angelina." As the celebrity magazines aim to squeeze every gossipy drop from the Jennifer Aniston-Brad Pitt break-up, they've been peddling a story line as old as Adam and Eve. It's the tale of the wide-eyed innocent and the evil seductress.
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By David Michael Ettlin and David Michael Ettlin,Staff Writer | March 27, 1993
Hollywood can't touch this Baltimore soap opera -- a love triangle, of sorts, in which the guy and two gals in the melodrama were chosen for their roles by matchmakers.The cast features the sleek, amber-eyed Alisa, a Russian-born mother of two brought here from New York to have a relationship with the exotic Fasier.Unfortunately, this left the equally lovely but moody Roxanne out in the cold -- forced to leave Fasier, her companion since birth, just as they were coming of age.Oh, did we mention that the players are Siberian tigers?
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By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2009
Bay Theatre begins its eighth season with A. R. Gurney's 1995 comedy "Sylvia," about a middle-age man who brings home a stray dog to the empty nest he shares with his wife on Manhattan's Upper West Side. If instead of a year earlier, last season had closed with Edward Albee's 2002 play "The Goat or Who Is Sylvia?" about another middle-age male in crisis who found an animal irresistible, Bay would have had an amazing segue between seasons. Noting the similarity of themes, playwright Gurney explains on his Web site, "Greg's affection for Sylvia costs him his job and almost his marriage.
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June 23, 2004
HOW IT BEGAN BILL During the government shutdown in late 1995, when very few people were allowed to come to work in the White House ... I'd had an inappropriate encounter with Monica Lewinsky and would do so again on other occasions between November [1995] and April [1996]. HILLARY Bill told me that [Monica Lewinsky] was an intern he had befriended two years earlier when she was volunteering in the West Wing during the government shutdown. He had talked to her a few times, and she had asked him for some job-hunting help.
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By Allison Klein and Allison Klein,SUN STAFF | December 4, 2003
More than a year after the son of a one-time noted local television personality was slain, the man accused of killing him went on trial yesterday in Baltimore Circuit Court. Corey Bennett -- the 22-year-old son of former WBAL-TV feature reporter Ray Bennett -- was fatally stabbed in the chest in April of last year outside his girlfriend's house in the 1600 block of Presbury St. Samtoya Williams, 31, is charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing, which prosecutors said was committed during an argument stemming from a love triangle.
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