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December 10, 2003
On December 7, 2003, THOMAS JOHN MORIARTY beloved husband of the late Mary Moriarty, loving father of Mary Moriarty-Cook, Kathleen Jimenez, Ann Gaskin, Michael Moriarty, Patricia Moriarty Strong, Mark Moriarty and James Moriarty. Also survived by ten grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Friends may call at HUBBARD FUNERAL HOME INC., 4107 Wilkens Avenue on Thursday from 7 to 9 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Our Lady of the Angels Chapel, Charlestown Retirement Community on Friday at 11 A. M with viewing from 10 to 11 A.M. Interment Arlington National Cemetery on January 14, at 3 P.M. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Lung Association, 61 Broadway, 6th flr, New York, NY, 10006.
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December 10, 2003
On December 7, 2003, THOMAS JOHN MORIARTY beloved husband of the late Mary Moriarty, loving father of Mary Moriarty-Cook, Kathleen Jimenez, Ann Gaskin, Michael Moriarty, Patricia Moriarty Strong, Mark Moriarty and James Moriarty. Also survived by ten grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Friends may call at HUBBARD FUNERAL HOME INC., 4107 Wilkens Avenue on Thursday from 7 to 9 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Our Lady of the Angels Chapel, Charlestown Retirement Community on Friday at 11 A. M with viewing from 10 to 11 A.M. Interment Arlington National Cemetery on January 14, at 3 P.M. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Lung Association, 61 Broadway, 6th flr, New York, NY, 10006.
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SPORTS
March 16, 2001
Baseball Devil Rays: Released P Sean Bergman. Reassigned P Paul Spoljaric, IF Mike Caruso and IF Andy Sheets to minor-league camp. Mariners: Reassigned OF Ramon Moreta and OF Chad Alexander to minor-league camp. Optioned IF Jason Grabowski, P Dennis Stark and P Mark Watson to Triple-A Tacoma. Mets: Assigned P Pete Walker and P Brett Hinchliffe to minor-league camp. Rangers: Assigned P Brian Sikorski outright to Triple-A Ohlahoma. Optioned P Darwin Cubillan and 2B Jason Romano to Oklahoma.
SPORTS
March 16, 2001
Baseball Devil Rays: Released P Sean Bergman. Reassigned P Paul Spoljaric, IF Mike Caruso and IF Andy Sheets to minor-league camp. Mariners: Reassigned OF Ramon Moreta and OF Chad Alexander to minor-league camp. Optioned IF Jason Grabowski, P Dennis Stark and P Mark Watson to Triple-A Tacoma. Mets: Assigned P Pete Walker and P Brett Hinchliffe to minor-league camp. Rangers: Assigned P Brian Sikorski outright to Triple-A Ohlahoma. Optioned P Darwin Cubillan and 2B Jason Romano to Oklahoma.
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By Stephen Wigler and Stephen Wigler,Music Critic | October 20, 1993
Michael Moriarty is best known for putting criminals behind bars in his role as district attorney Ben Stone on the NBC series "Law and Order." But in his private life -- and increasingly in his public one -- what makes Moriarty happiest is putting notes between bar lines. Moriarty, who had been playing jazz piano since high school and who -- like Woody Allen -- has been moonlighting as a jazz musician in New York clubs since the late 1970s, has recently returned to his first love, classical music, as a composer.
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By Steve McKerrow | January 8, 1991
Regular readers may have deduced that Media Monitor is not the biggest fan of football on television. A sickbed dose of NFL wild card playoff games over the weekend (on ABC and CBS) helped clarify why. Doesn't anybody else have the following concerns?Aren't there now actually more minutes of commercials than game? Football is a stop-and-go affair to begin with, given all those huddles and time outs, but it is obvious when on-field breaks are called because of pending TV ad breaks. In one game (we forget which)
FEATURES
By Lynn Williams | September 22, 1991
McCulloh Steen is a former industrial arts teacher, now into his sixth year of retirement. He has a wife, a house in the country, an apple orchard, and a basement workshop.But inside the mature citizen, one suspects, is a wide-eyed little boy who has just discovered that most mysterious and fascinating of objects: the ship in a bottle.Any kid, seeing a proud tall ship in full sail captured inside a whiskey bottle, will be, first, struck dumb with amazement, and secondly, full of questions.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | February 25, 1995
Sidney Poitier deserves better than "Children of the Dust."The four-hour, two-night mini-series, which begins at 9 tomorrow night on WJZ (Channel 13), isn't the worst mini-series of the season. In fact, it has patches of splendid acting and moments of great emotional intensity.Furthermore, it reminds viewers that America had a race problem long before slavery, and, like it or not, we've been a multi-cultural society since the first European stumbled onto land.But "Children of the Dust" is so calculated that ultimately it feels like one of those old movie serials -- the ones that flash "to be continued" across the screen just as the cowboy hero is about to leap across a gorge on horseback to escape a herd of charging buffalo or a gang of no-good varmints.
NEWS
June 3, 2007
Mark Harris, 84 Novelist Mark Harris, best known for baseball novels that included Bang the Drum Slowly, died Wednesday at Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara, Calif. Mr. Harris had contracted pneumonia after breaking his hip in a fall a month ago, said his wife, Josephine Harris. Mr. Harris wrote five nonfiction books and 13 novels, including the baseball books The Southpaw (1953), Bang the Drum Slowly (1956), A Ticket for a Seamstitch (1957) and It Looked Like Forever (1979). Bang the Drum Slowly, which he also adapted for the 1973 movie starring Michael Moriarty and Robert De Niro, was the most popular of the four and it was named one of the top 100 sports books of all time by Sports Illustrated.
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By Chris Kaltenbach | October 15, 1997
In the Old West, according to Showtime, it was bad luck to pick up a dead man's gun. So why keep doing it?That's one question that goes unanswered in "Dead Man's Gun" (10 p.m.-11 p.m.), an anthology series struggling to bring the West back to TV land -- complete with saucy language and bare-chested ladies (this is cable, after all).Michael Moriarty and Kate Jackson star tonight, as a ruthless bounty hunter and the woman who wants to see him pay for accidentally killing her son. Moriarty, that most wooden of actors, is well-cast as a cold-hearted killer who doesn't much care for jTC anyone or anything.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | February 25, 1995
Sidney Poitier deserves better than "Children of the Dust."The four-hour, two-night mini-series, which begins at 9 tomorrow night on WJZ (Channel 13), isn't the worst mini-series of the season. In fact, it has patches of splendid acting and moments of great emotional intensity.Furthermore, it reminds viewers that America had a race problem long before slavery, and, like it or not, we've been a multi-cultural society since the first European stumbled onto land.But "Children of the Dust" is so calculated that ultimately it feels like one of those old movie serials -- the ones that flash "to be continued" across the screen just as the cowboy hero is about to leap across a gorge on horseback to escape a herd of charging buffalo or a gang of no-good varmints.
FEATURES
By Stephen Wigler and Stephen Wigler,Music Critic | October 20, 1993
Michael Moriarty is best known for putting criminals behind bars in his role as district attorney Ben Stone on the NBC series "Law and Order." But in his private life -- and increasingly in his public one -- what makes Moriarty happiest is putting notes between bar lines. Moriarty, who had been playing jazz piano since high school and who -- like Woody Allen -- has been moonlighting as a jazz musician in New York clubs since the late 1970s, has recently returned to his first love, classical music, as a composer.
FEATURES
By Lynn Williams | September 22, 1991
McCulloh Steen is a former industrial arts teacher, now into his sixth year of retirement. He has a wife, a house in the country, an apple orchard, and a basement workshop.But inside the mature citizen, one suspects, is a wide-eyed little boy who has just discovered that most mysterious and fascinating of objects: the ship in a bottle.Any kid, seeing a proud tall ship in full sail captured inside a whiskey bottle, will be, first, struck dumb with amazement, and secondly, full of questions.
FEATURES
By Steve McKerrow | January 8, 1991
Regular readers may have deduced that Media Monitor is not the biggest fan of football on television. A sickbed dose of NFL wild card playoff games over the weekend (on ABC and CBS) helped clarify why. Doesn't anybody else have the following concerns?Aren't there now actually more minutes of commercials than game? Football is a stop-and-go affair to begin with, given all those huddles and time outs, but it is obvious when on-field breaks are called because of pending TV ad breaks. In one game (we forget which)
FEATURES
By David Bianculli and David Bianculli,Special to The Sun | September 5, 1994
Three marathons, one telethon, and still it seems like nothingthon.* "Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon" (continues 6 a.m.-6:30 p.m., Channel 2) -- Jerry Lewis, still at the helm of the TV fund-raising phenomenon he turned into an annual event and media institution, is planning to go the distance again, with help during this 29th annual telecast from Tony Bennett, Boyz II Men, Elayne Boosler, Larry King and others.* "Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead" (8-10 p.m., Channel 45) -- This 1991 telemovie, starring Christina Applegate of "Married . . . With Children," is echoed, in a way, in another Fox series, the family drama "Party of Five," which premieres a week from tonight.
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By David Bianculli and David Bianculli,Special to The Sun | October 20, 1994
ABC brings back "My So-Called Life" tonight, while Connie Chung returns with a so-called scoop.* "My So-Called Life." (8 p.m.-9 p.m., WJZ, Channel 13) -- Pre-empted last week by a two-hour "Matlock," "My So-Called Life" tonight presents a new episode, which is reason enough to tune in. ABC.* "Seinfeld." (9 p.m.-9:30 p.m., WMAR, Channel 2) -- From two years ago, "Seinfeld" repeats an episode featuring Jessica Lundy and her memorable funny laugh. NBC repeat.* "Chicago Hope." (9 p.m.-10 p.m., WBAL, Channel 11)
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