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By Steve McKerrow | May 18, 1992
Where does reality stop and fiction begin in television viewing? It is becoming harder to tell.Last week, the CBS series "Murphy Brown" thoroughly blurred the distinction by featuring a group of real TV news figures attending fictional Murphy's (Candice Bergen) baby shower. And then at least two of the real newsies -- CBS' Paula Zahn and NBC's Katie Couric -- talked about it the next day on their networks almost as if the shower had been real.Tonight brings another curious reality warp, for the TBS cable network has shelved a planned episode of "The Brady Bunch" out of respect for the memory of Robert Reed, the lead actor in the series who died last week.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2014
Three key members of the 1997 Orioles, the last team in club history to reach the American League Championship Series, gathered amidst the bustle of this year's pennant series to reflect on the last great era of the franchise and give their thoughts on the one currently blossoming. Former Orioles players Cal Ripken Jr., Mike Bordick, and Brady Anderson swapped stories of their successes in the mid-1990s, reflected on where the franchise went after those boom years, and savored the fact that the roar has finally returned.
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By Burt A. Folkart and Burt A. Folkart,Los Angeles Times | May 14, 1992
Hollywood -- Robert Reed, patriarch of television's beloved "The Brady Bunch," died Tuesday night at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena, Calif., his daughter Karen Baldwin said yesterday. He was 59 and had been suffering from intestinal cancer for the past six months.Although Mr. Reed -- who also portrayed the son and junior partner on TV's "The Defenders," the highly praised legal melodrama of the 1960s -- will forever be Mike Brady in the minds of viewers around the country, he was a veteran actor who worked in all facets of acting: stage, film and the small screen.
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By David Kronke and David Kronke,Special to The Sun | February 17, 1995
Los Angeles -- There are certain comebacks that make sense and are even, in some cases, well-deserved: Tony Bennett's jazzy pop. Jim Thompson's hard-nosed pulp novels. Thigh-high stockings.And then there are those inexplicable returns from oblivion, the shifts in our cultural bedrock as difficult to predict or explain as the seismic tremors that routinely jolt Hollywood, the birthplace of much bizarro phenomena.Which brings us to "The Brady Bunch," the legendarily dumb sitcom that ran from 1969 to the mid-'70s, and cropped up sporadically as TV movies and mercifully short-lived sequel series.
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By David Kronke and David Kronke,Special to The Sun | February 17, 1995
Los Angeles -- There are certain comebacks that make sense and are even, in some cases, well-deserved: Tony Bennett's jazzy pop. Jim Thompson's hard-nosed pulp novels. Thigh-high stockings.And then there are those inexplicable returns from oblivion, the shifts in our cultural bedrock as difficult to predict or explain as the seismic tremors that routinely jolt Hollywood, the birthplace of much bizarro phenomena.Which brings us to "The Brady Bunch," the legendarily dumb sitcom that ran from 1969 to the mid-'70s, and cropped up sporadically as TV movies and mercifully short-lived sequel series.
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By Katherine Dunn | January 19, 1992
I didn't know Mike Brady, but I know he was a lucky guy.I've learned that just by talking to his friends. I've seen most of them playbasketball or lacrosse before. But this week I've gotten to know some of them a little better.They have wanted to talk. About Mike. About the traffic accident that killed him and injured four of his buddies last weekend. About holding a vigil at the hospital and praying that Mike would pull through.And about the shock and the pain and the anger they felt when they heard that he had died.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff writer | January 19, 1992
The name of one of the people injured in an automobile accident Jan.10 on East McPhail Road in Bel Air was reported incorrectly in last Sunday's Harford County Sun.Marcus Harris is the name of the injured youth.Mike Brady had fun.That's what his former teammate Dave Ishmael reminded everyone at the John Carroll School on Friday night. About 350 people had come to see the Patriots in their first game since Mike died last Saturday from injuries suffered in a car accident late the night before.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2014
Three key members of the 1997 Orioles, the last team in club history to reach the American League Championship Series, gathered amidst the bustle of this year's pennant series to reflect on the last great era of the franchise and give their thoughts on the one currently blossoming. Former Orioles players Cal Ripken Jr., Mike Bordick, and Brady Anderson swapped stories of their successes in the mid-1990s, reflected on where the franchise went after those boom years, and savored the fact that the roar has finally returned.
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By Laura Sullivan and Laura Sullivan,SUN STAFF | July 9, 2000
A Naval Academy freshman two weeks into his summertime "plebe training" remained in serious condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center yesterday, a day after falling 20 feet from a first-story window in the school's dormitory, according to hospital and school officials. The plebe, whose name the school is withholding until his parents can be notified, was flown by state police helicopter to Shock Trauma. Academy spokesman Cmdr. Mike Brady said the student was conscious and talking after the fall, which occurred shortly before lunchtime Friday.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | October 29, 1997
Four different players -- Kyle Beckerman, Mike Brady, Jordan Hoyt and Jon Donahue -- scored as No. 12-ranked Arundel (13-2) bounced Old Mill (8-5-2) from the 4A East region playoffs, 4-0, in Gambrills last night.Arundel earned every goal against Old Mill's superb keeper Alan Gowing, whose 14 saves kept the score from being worse.The quarterfinal victory advances Arundel to Saturday's region semifinals at Chesapeake in Lake Shore. Arundel will meet the North County-Westminster winner.Arundel is seeking its first spot in the state final four since 1987 and looked like a team capable of making a serious run at the region title.
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By Steve McKerrow | May 18, 1992
Where does reality stop and fiction begin in television viewing? It is becoming harder to tell.Last week, the CBS series "Murphy Brown" thoroughly blurred the distinction by featuring a group of real TV news figures attending fictional Murphy's (Candice Bergen) baby shower. And then at least two of the real newsies -- CBS' Paula Zahn and NBC's Katie Couric -- talked about it the next day on their networks almost as if the shower had been real.Tonight brings another curious reality warp, for the TBS cable network has shelved a planned episode of "The Brady Bunch" out of respect for the memory of Robert Reed, the lead actor in the series who died last week.
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By Burt A. Folkart and Burt A. Folkart,Los Angeles Times | May 14, 1992
Hollywood -- Robert Reed, patriarch of television's beloved "The Brady Bunch," died Tuesday night at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena, Calif., his daughter Karen Baldwin said yesterday. He was 59 and had been suffering from intestinal cancer for the past six months.Although Mr. Reed -- who also portrayed the son and junior partner on TV's "The Defenders," the highly praised legal melodrama of the 1960s -- will forever be Mike Brady in the minds of viewers around the country, he was a veteran actor who worked in all facets of acting: stage, film and the small screen.
NEWS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff writer | January 19, 1992
The name of one of the people injured in an automobile accident Jan.10 on East McPhail Road in Bel Air was reported incorrectly in last Sunday's Harford County Sun.Marcus Harris is the name of the injured youth.Mike Brady had fun.That's what his former teammate Dave Ishmael reminded everyone at the John Carroll School on Friday night. About 350 people had come to see the Patriots in their first game since Mike died last Saturday from injuries suffered in a car accident late the night before.
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By Katherine Dunn | January 19, 1992
I didn't know Mike Brady, but I know he was a lucky guy.I've learned that just by talking to his friends. I've seen most of them playbasketball or lacrosse before. But this week I've gotten to know some of them a little better.They have wanted to talk. About Mike. About the traffic accident that killed him and injured four of his buddies last weekend. About holding a vigil at the hospital and praying that Mike would pull through.And about the shock and the pain and the anger they felt when they heard that he had died.
NEWS
By Laura Sullivan and Laura Sullivan,SUN STAFF | July 9, 2000
A Naval Academy freshman two weeks into his summertime "plebe training" remained in serious condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center yesterday, a day after falling 20 feet from a first-story window in the school's dormitory, according to hospital and school officials. The plebe, whose name the school is withholding until his parents can be notified, was flown by state police helicopter to Shock Trauma. Academy spokesman Cmdr. Mike Brady said the student was conscious and talking after the fall, which occurred shortly before lunchtime Friday.
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