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By ASSOCAITED PRESS | September 13, 2007
NEW YORK -- Knicks guard Stephon Marbury testified yesterday in the case of a fired team executive who has accused coach Isiah Thomas of sexual harassment, calling the lawsuit absurd while downplaying an encounter with a drunken intern. After hearing about the lawsuit brought by Anucha Browne Sanders, "I laughed," Marbury said in U.S. District Court. "It was more of a joke than anything." Browne Sanders says she is owed her vice president position back and at least $10 million for enduring a sexually harassing workplace for five years.
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By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2012
When Robert Marbury was 19 years old, he necked with Ricki Lake on camera. At age 29, he spent a year sailing in Indonesia, where he says his ship was attacked by pirates. Four years later, he was one of the three co-founders of the Minnesota Association of Rogue Taxidermists. At age 34, one of his photographs of stuffed animals tied to car grilles was featured in The New York Times - the first of several articles in that august publication in which Marbury has been quoted. And this coming weekend, the 41-year-old Marbury will preside over an installation at Artscape that includes a 7-foot tall Bigfoot swathed in fake fur, as well as a pond from which visitors can fish for canned soda and beer.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,Contributing Writer | January 27, 1995
Each has been compared to a playground legend in his city. Both have received local as well as national media attention.For Shawnta Rogers of Lake Clifton and Stephon Marbury of Lincoln High of Brooklyn, N.Y., another page to their careers will be added tonight when their teams meet at 8:45 p.m. in the first round of the Southeast bracket of the First National Bank Charm City Classic at Loyola College's Reitz Arena."
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June 29, 2011
I was amazed to read in Frederick N. Rasmussen's "Alger Hiss' trial still stirs readers" (June 26) the opinion expressed by Timmerman Daughtery that Hiss made a major blunder in hiring William L. Marbury as his counsel. As Ms. Daughtery put it, "if he'd gotten a 'real' lawyer, not a society boy in the beginning, the story would be a different one. " At the time, Mr. Marbury was approaching 50 years of age with 20 years experience as a trial lawyer. He had just completed service as chief counsel of the War Department in charge of procurement for the entire duration of World War II, and was the senior partner of one of Baltimore's most prominent law firms.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,Staff Writer | November 27, 1993
Natalie Jewett Marbury, a founding trustee of St. Paul's School for Girls, died Nov. 18 of cancer at her home at Roland Park Place. She was 86.A raconteur with a finely tuned sense of humor, she once used her ability to whistle to bring to a halt a dinner meeting of the Harvard Corp.On that occasion, her dinner companion asked her what she did, a question she had grown tired of answering, recalled her son, Luke Marbury of Baltimore."I whistle through my fingers," she replied."If you do that then I'll do a Rebel Yell," the companion said.
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By David Steele | September 28, 2006
Stephon Marbury calls the tour that comes to Eastpoint Mall this afternoon the Starbury Movement Tour, because he wants the basketball shoes and clothing he is promoting to clear a path to a new way of marketing and selling such popular gear to lower-income buyers. "To really be honest, this is a people story more than a basketball story," Marbury, the New York Knicks guard, said by phone yesterday. "For us, we don't see it in that [basketball] sense; we see it as being a movement for the people ... a movement for the people who want to have shoes and gear they can afford.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | January 3, 1996
ATLANTA -- Stephon Marbury communicated through body language at Lincoln High in Brooklyn, N.Y., last year. If the language was basic; the results were spectacular."
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By From Sun news services | November 29, 2008
The New York Knicks needed Stephon Marbury to play, then suspended him a game and docked him nearly $400,000 in salary yesterday after saying he refused. The disgruntled guard insists he never told coach Mike D'Antoni "no" and plans to appeal. D'Antoni wouldn't go into specifics of their conversation that took place before Wednesday's loss in Detroit, though he made it clear he asked the point guard to play because the Knicks were short-handed. Marbury will not be paid when he sits out tonight's home game against the Golden State Warriors and will lose an additional game's pay for Wednesday's actions.
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By Suzanne Loudermilk and Suzanne Loudermilk,SUN STAFF | June 17, 1997
To reach her desk each day, Baltimore County police Officer Karen Marbury usually has to dodge a basketball or two, sidestep checkerboards and maneuver around a plastic toy auto garage and cars on the floor.For the former Marine, a world weightlifting champion, these minor obstacles are part of the job as Hillendale's new Police Athletic League officer, coordinating activities for children ages 7 to 17.A seven-year veteran of the county police force, Marbury, 32, took over the post June 2, leaving Western Traffic Division.
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February 23, 2005
On February 21, 2005, LOUISE R., wife of the late Salvatore S. Franco; dear mother of Salvatore J. Franco and his wife Eleanore; grandmother of Elise L. Marbury; great-grandmother of Luke Marbury. Friends may call at the GONCE FUNERAL SERVICE , P.A., 4001 Ritchie Highway, on Wednesday and Thursday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Rose of Lima Church on Friday, at 10 A.M. Interment in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | March 30, 2011
Josephine Marbury, a retired St. Paul's School for Girls teacher and trustee who was active in election reform, died of pneumonia March 22 at the Blakehurst retirement community. She was 98 and had lived in Ruxton. Born Josephine Worthington in Baltimore and raised on Park Avenue, she was a 1930 graduate of the Bryn Mawr School and earned a degree at Goucher College. She remained active in Bryn Mawr alumnae affairs and established a scholarship for students interested in science because her mother graduated from the same school and became an early Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine student.
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By From Sun staff and news services | February 25, 2009
Arenas feels like player of old again wizards Gilbert Arenas has been practicing at full speed with the Washington Wizards for more than a week as he works his way back from his latest knee surgery. The extent of Arenas' participation had been kept under wraps, but he spilled the beans yesterday when he told The Washington Post: "I'm out there feeling like the old Gilbert Arenas again." According to the newspaper's Web site, Arenas said: "The only thing I'm not doing is playing in games."
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February 22, 2009
My husband, Luke, and I live in Baltimore and last fall, we visited South Africa to see our son and daughter-in-law, who are Peace Corps volunteers. We spent a lovely day in Stellenbosch, one of the vineyard towns outside of Cape Town and also a university town. We enjoyed tasting wines and viewing the scenery. We never expected South Africa to look like this! We took many pictures as the sun moved across fields and mountains and vineyards. This was our Best Shot. The Baltimore Sun welcomes submissions for "My Best Shot."
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By From Sun news services | December 2, 2008
Stephon Marbury was ordered to stay away from the New York Knicks yesterday while the team looks for a solution to the latest controversy surrounding its point guard. "After meeting with Stephon and his representative this afternoon, we have directed Stephon not to participate in practice or attend games until further notice," Knicks president Donnie Walsh said in a statement. Walsh suspended Marbury for one game without pay and docked him an additional game's salary last week after the Knicks said the point guard refused coach Mike D'Antoni's request to play in a loss to the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday.
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By From Sun news services | November 29, 2008
The New York Knicks needed Stephon Marbury to play, then suspended him a game and docked him nearly $400,000 in salary yesterday after saying he refused. The disgruntled guard insists he never told coach Mike D'Antoni "no" and plans to appeal. D'Antoni wouldn't go into specifics of their conversation that took place before Wednesday's loss in Detroit, though he made it clear he asked the point guard to play because the Knicks were short-handed. Marbury will not be paid when he sits out tonight's home game against the Golden State Warriors and will lose an additional game's pay for Wednesday's actions.
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December 23, 2007
Et Cetera Knicks' Marbury files grievance Stephon Marbury has filed a grievance over the fine the New York Knicks gave him for missing a game in Phoenix last month. Marbury believes he was given permission to miss the game and has asked the National Basketball Players Association to begin the grievance process, a person with knowledge of the decision told the Associated Press yesterday. The point guard left Phoenix before the game Nov. 13, after clashing with Isiah Thomas when the coach was considering removing him from the starting lineup.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,Contributing Writer | January 28, 1995
On a night when an overflow crowd of 4,500 packed Loyola College's Reitz Arena to witness a matchup of Lake Clifton's Shawnta Rogers and Stephon Marbury of Lincoln of New York, Ronald Byrd ended up with the rave reviews.Last night, Byrd led all scorers with 24 points, leading No. 1 Lake Clifton, ranked No. 12 by USA Today, to a 61-55 victory over Lincoln, ranked No. 10 nationally, in the First National Bank Charm City Classic.The Lakers (13-0) advanced to tonight's 8:45 Southeast bracket title game against St. Anthony of Jersey City, N.J., which defeated Dunbar, the area's No. 2 team.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,Sun Staff Writer | December 25, 1994
Charles Yandes Wheeler III, who worked in several fields and devoted much of his spare time in recent years to counseling others wrestling with alcoholism, died Nov. 29 of lung cancer at Veterans Medical Center in Baltimore. He was 61.He joined Alcoholics Anonymous in 1973 and had been active in the organization since."Sober for the last 20 years, he spent an enormous amount of time the last 10 years helping alcoholics. It was probably his main activity," said his brother, Luke Marbury of Baltimore.
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December 17, 2007
New York Knicks guard Stephon Marbury returned to practice yesterday after missing a week while mourning the death of his father. Marbury plans to play tonight against the visiting Indiana Pacers. He had missed four straight games after briefly trying to return after the Dec. 2 death of his father, Donald. Looking noticeably thinner, Marbury said he started working out again a few days ago. He has appeared in just two of the past seven games. "Eventually, I was going to have to get back into it," Marbury said.
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