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By Sam Sessa | September 1, 2005
Where: Lexington Market's East Arcade stage, 400 W. Lexington St. When: Noon-2 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays this month Why: This one's more of a lunch date -- but no less cool. Shop Lexington Market's 100 food vendors and settle down at a table above the Arcade stage for live music. Instrumental jazz bands the Jerry Gordon Group and the David Bach Consort, play tomorrow and Saturday, respectively. Information: 410-685-6169, www.lexingtonmarket.com. Admission: Free
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Marisa Siegel and For The Baltimore Sun | November 26, 2013
Last night's "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" was, in a word, boring. Reminiscent of the season premiere, it was a whole lot of polite arguing over a whole bunch of nothing. Before we jump into the “drama” that went down at circus school, here's what else we saw this week: In arguably the most interesting scene of the week, Brandi and Carlton head to Trashy Lingerie to do some shopping. I'm guessing this isn't Brandi's first visit, since she's dressed in what appears to be bedroom attire for the occasion.
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By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Sun Film Critic | April 4, 1991
The 22nd annual Baltimore International Film Festival kicks off at 7:30 tonight at the Baltimore Museum of Art with a selection of shorts gathered under the rubric "Director's Showcase."The event begins with something of a coup: Organizers chose Adam Davidson's "Lunch Date" when it was nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Short Subject/Live Action category. Whether festival director George Udel, who made the selections, is lucky or good we'll never know. But "Lunch Date" won the Oscar.
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By Stephanie Region | April 11, 2012
After last week's mudslinging episode, we start off tonight with Tamra arriving at Heather's house to debrief about the mud run. Tamra's mouth says “I was impressed with you at the mud run!” but her eyes say “Are you gonna buy a house from me or not? How long do we have to keep up this charade?!” Ignoring Tamra's eyes, as she does most social cues, Heather goes on to unveil her brilliant idea of champagne bowling. As if no one ever thought to combine alcohol and knocking down pins before.
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By LAURA VOZZELLA | March 19, 2006
Time will tell if Kimmie Meissner is the next Michelle Kwan. But she's already the next Jared Fogle. Remember the Indiana University student who dropped 245 pounds on the two-Subway-sandwiches-a-day diet? If Subway can help you get skinny, maybe it can help you skate. After all, Meissner stops by a Bel Air Subway every day, on her way to practice in Delaware. Her standing order: turkey sub with mustard and carrots, plus cookies. Now Meissner has landed something besides a triple axel: a TV ad for Subway.
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By Niki Scott and Niki Scott,Universal Press Syndicate | October 6, 1991
The workplace is the No. 1 place for men and women to meet and mate nowadays, say the experts. If you haven't met the love of your life at school, you're more likely to meet him at work than anywhere else.But if you're dating -- or about to date -- someone in your office, don't be lulled by this fact of life of the '90s. Remember: Most bosses still would rather you didn't.Even in today's atmosphere of increased tolerance of interoffice dating, you and the man who's making your palms sweat will have to demonstrate every day that your personal relationship is just that -- personal -- and has nothing whatever to do with your performance on the job.Besides keeping in mind that love and lunacy have more in common than first letters, here are some things you can do to keep love from lousing up your job -- and your job from lousing up your love:* Stay sane.
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By William F. Zorzi Jr. and William F. Zorzi Jr.,Special to the sun | December 2, 2007
I have a dictionary I keep by my desk, its red cover worn and frayed. I don't use it much any more. It's a Thorndike-Barnhardt Junior Dictionary I got when I was 6, just after Kennedy was elected to the White House. My parents bought it for me, mostly at the urging of my teacher, Sister Mary Janet O'Donnell, R.S.M. On the inside cover, my father printed my name and beneath that, "First Grade, Shrine of the Sacred Heart School." The importance of language in my childhood home was never in question -- my father was a newspaperman -- and I no doubt would have wound up with a dictionary at some point.
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Marisa Siegel and For The Baltimore Sun | November 26, 2013
Last night's "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" was, in a word, boring. Reminiscent of the season premiere, it was a whole lot of polite arguing over a whole bunch of nothing. Before we jump into the “drama” that went down at circus school, here's what else we saw this week: In arguably the most interesting scene of the week, Brandi and Carlton head to Trashy Lingerie to do some shopping. I'm guessing this isn't Brandi's first visit, since she's dressed in what appears to be bedroom attire for the occasion.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Stephanie Region | April 11, 2012
After last week's mudslinging episode, we start off tonight with Tamra arriving at Heather's house to debrief about the mud run. Tamra's mouth says “I was impressed with you at the mud run!” but her eyes say “Are you gonna buy a house from me or not? How long do we have to keep up this charade?!” Ignoring Tamra's eyes, as she does most social cues, Heather goes on to unveil her brilliant idea of champagne bowling. As if no one ever thought to combine alcohol and knocking down pins before.
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By Lisa Breslin and Lisa Breslin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 18, 1999
LAST WEEK WAS a banner week for Elizabeth Welliver, a first-grader at Cranberry Station Elementary School in Westminster.A poem she wrote with classmate Emily Peters was printed in the monthly newsletter, and just when she figured things could not be better, Dad came to school to eat a "Star Wars" lunch with his little girl.Paul Welliver and about 200 other parents celebrated National School Lunch Week by joining their children to dine on delicious food with a movie theme.On Oct. 18, when Welliver joined his daughter, cafeteria manager Patty Therit and other employees served the "Star Wars" meal: asteroid chicken nuggets, tater tot planets, hot rocket rolls, moon dip apples and cosmic cupcakes.
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By William F. Zorzi Jr. and William F. Zorzi Jr.,Special to the sun | December 2, 2007
I have a dictionary I keep by my desk, its red cover worn and frayed. I don't use it much any more. It's a Thorndike-Barnhardt Junior Dictionary I got when I was 6, just after Kennedy was elected to the White House. My parents bought it for me, mostly at the urging of my teacher, Sister Mary Janet O'Donnell, R.S.M. On the inside cover, my father printed my name and beneath that, "First Grade, Shrine of the Sacred Heart School." The importance of language in my childhood home was never in question -- my father was a newspaperman -- and I no doubt would have wound up with a dictionary at some point.
NEWS
By LAURA VOZZELLA | March 19, 2006
Time will tell if Kimmie Meissner is the next Michelle Kwan. But she's already the next Jared Fogle. Remember the Indiana University student who dropped 245 pounds on the two-Subway-sandwiches-a-day diet? If Subway can help you get skinny, maybe it can help you skate. After all, Meissner stops by a Bel Air Subway every day, on her way to practice in Delaware. Her standing order: turkey sub with mustard and carrots, plus cookies. Now Meissner has landed something besides a triple axel: a TV ad for Subway.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sam Sessa | September 1, 2005
Where: Lexington Market's East Arcade stage, 400 W. Lexington St. When: Noon-2 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays this month Why: This one's more of a lunch date -- but no less cool. Shop Lexington Market's 100 food vendors and settle down at a table above the Arcade stage for live music. Instrumental jazz bands the Jerry Gordon Group and the David Bach Consort, play tomorrow and Saturday, respectively. Information: 410-685-6169, www.lexingtonmarket.com. Admission: Free
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By Arthur Hirsch and Arthur Hirsch,SUN STAFF | January 2, 2000
The date was way, way off, agreed these four girls of Eastern High School, Class of 1943. Who among them could even imagine Jan. 1, 2000? Who could promise anything about where or even whether you might be standing on a day distant as a star? The graduating class yearbook, however, demanded that something be said to answer a simple question: ambition? Among 400 graduating from the all-girls' school that year there were those who would be nurses, singers, travelers and secretaries. One hoped to be the wife of a millionaire, another hoped to raise horses.
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By Lisa Breslin and Lisa Breslin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 18, 1999
LAST WEEK WAS a banner week for Elizabeth Welliver, a first-grader at Cranberry Station Elementary School in Westminster.A poem she wrote with classmate Emily Peters was printed in the monthly newsletter, and just when she figured things could not be better, Dad came to school to eat a "Star Wars" lunch with his little girl.Paul Welliver and about 200 other parents celebrated National School Lunch Week by joining their children to dine on delicious food with a movie theme.On Oct. 18, when Welliver joined his daughter, cafeteria manager Patty Therit and other employees served the "Star Wars" meal: asteroid chicken nuggets, tater tot planets, hot rocket rolls, moon dip apples and cosmic cupcakes.
FEATURES
By Niki Scott and Niki Scott,Universal Press Syndicate | October 6, 1991
The workplace is the No. 1 place for men and women to meet and mate nowadays, say the experts. If you haven't met the love of your life at school, you're more likely to meet him at work than anywhere else.But if you're dating -- or about to date -- someone in your office, don't be lulled by this fact of life of the '90s. Remember: Most bosses still would rather you didn't.Even in today's atmosphere of increased tolerance of interoffice dating, you and the man who's making your palms sweat will have to demonstrate every day that your personal relationship is just that -- personal -- and has nothing whatever to do with your performance on the job.Besides keeping in mind that love and lunacy have more in common than first letters, here are some things you can do to keep love from lousing up your job -- and your job from lousing up your love:* Stay sane.
NEWS
By Arthur Hirsch and Arthur Hirsch,SUN STAFF | January 2, 2000
The date was way, way off, agreed these four girls of Eastern High School, Class of 1943. Who among them could even imagine Jan. 1, 2000? Who could promise anything about where or even whether you might be standing on a day distant as a star? The graduating class yearbook, however, demanded that something be said to answer a simple question: ambition? Among 400 graduating from the all-girls' school that year there were those who would be nurses, singers, travelers and secretaries. One hoped to be the wife of a millionaire, another hoped to raise horses.
NEWS
By Knight-Ridder | February 12, 1991
MARSHALL, Mich. -- Investigators and volunteers combed boggy woodlands and fields, searching for clues to the slaying of a television anchor, gunned down in front of her two small children.Diane Newton King was killed over the weekend in the driveway of her rural Calhoun County home as she started to remove her children from their car seats. Newton King, 34, was hit twice with slugs from a small-caliber gun. Her son, 3, and daughter, 3 months, were uninjured.An unknown admirer reportedly harassed Newton King in the summer and early fall, but authorities said their investigation is not focused on him.Olson said there were no indications that King had been followed to her farmhouse.
FEATURES
By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Sun Film Critic | April 4, 1991
The 22nd annual Baltimore International Film Festival kicks off at 7:30 tonight at the Baltimore Museum of Art with a selection of shorts gathered under the rubric "Director's Showcase."The event begins with something of a coup: Organizers chose Adam Davidson's "Lunch Date" when it was nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Short Subject/Live Action category. Whether festival director George Udel, who made the selections, is lucky or good we'll never know. But "Lunch Date" won the Oscar.
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