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By Eric Siegel | October 10, 1991
If Maryland were to become a "serious post-production site" for film and sound-editing, it would increase the state's attractiveness to filmmakers, says actor and producer Mike Farrell.Combine that with investors willing to finance film projects and the state could be the site of "God knows how many films," he added.Mr. Farrell -- who played Capt. B. J. Hunnicutt in television's "M*A*S*H" and has produced a number of feature films since the long-running series ended eight years ago -- met yesterday with state officials and private attorneys and investors to explore ways to reinvigorate filmmaking in Maryland.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | July 31, 2014
The announcement Thursday that Gilman quarterback Kai Locksley had committed to play at Florida State was disappointing news for Maryland fans who desperately wanted to see the four-star prospect in College Park in 2015. In the long term, it wasn't awful news for Terps coach Randy Edsall and, more importantly, for his offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, who also happens to be Kai Locksley's father. After talking with the family in June at their home for a story about the relationship between Mike Locksley and the youngest of his three sons , I came away with the feeling that neither Mike nor Kai was totally comfortable with the idea of working together.
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By Jonas Shaffer, The Baltimore Sun | December 27, 2013
In this week's recruiting roundup, two future Maryland guards face off in a rare Terp-on-Terp battle. Football recruiting -- Class of 2014 defensive end/linebacker target Melvin Keihn committed to Virginia Tech on Tuesday, picking the Hokies over Maryland and Virginia. -- Rivals.com football recruiting analyst Mike Farrell's latest picks for uncommitted Class of 2014 Terps targets: offensive lineman Damian Prince to Florida State, defensive back Jalen Tabor to Alabama and McDonogh offensive lineman Jared Cohen to Penn State.
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By Katherine Dunn | July 28, 2014
St. Frances defensive end Rahshaun Smith was named the No. 15 prospect in the nation in the Class of 2016 by the recruiting website rivals.com Monday. Smith, a 6-foot-3, 230-pound five-star prospect, is the only rising junior from Baltimore to be named to the 2016 Top 100. He has been on the national radar for a while, receiving three college scholarship offers before he played a down of high school football.  In June, he was one of only two players from Baltimore to attend the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge at M&T Bank Stadium.
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | October 16, 1991
So much for the sensitive anguish of the "thirtysomething" life.EPatricia Wettig is movin' on. After a small, wifely role in the movie comedy blockbuster "City Slickers," she turns up in her first TV movie, "Silent Motive," at 9 tonight on the Lifetime cable network.Adios, Nancy Weston. And hello, Laura Bardell.Ms. Wettig won a pair of Emmys portraying Nancy on "thirtysomething," where modern emotional travail was intelligently addressed. Well, forget the intelligent part with "Silent Motive."
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By Katherine Dunn | July 28, 2014
St. Frances defensive end Rahshaun Smith was named the No. 15 prospect in the nation in the Class of 2016 by the recruiting website rivals.com Monday. Smith, a 6-foot-3, 230-pound five-star prospect, is the only rising junior from Baltimore to be named to the 2016 Top 100. He has been on the national radar for a while, receiving three college scholarship offers before he played a down of high school football.  In June, he was one of only two players from Baltimore to attend the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge at M&T Bank Stadium.
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September 16, 2007
CLASSICAL MUSIC IN THE GREAT HALL -- 5 p.m. today. Towson Unitarian Universalist Church, 1710 Dulaney Valley Road. $20 ($5 students). 410-813-4255 or migh.org Jonathan Carney, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's notable concertmaster, has plenty to do these days, what with the high-profile opening of the BSO season in a couple of weeks. But he has found time to give a recital today, the first entry in the 2007-2008 concert series of Music in the Great Hall, which has been a welcome fixture on the local cultural scene for more than 30 years.
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By Aaron Dodson and The Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2014
I'm Blessed To Say That Today I Have Committed To Being A Maryland Terp.. ¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿ #BeyondBlessed #TerpNation pic.twitter.com/kSpTeIm2QU - ACE♠¿ (@DjMoore23) July 3, 2014 Four-star wide receiver D.J. Moore, a rising senior at Imhotep High School in Philadelphia, became very familiar with College Park before making his decision. Imhotep football coach Albie Crosby said Moore visited Maryland's campus three times in the past month, with the last trip coming just last Saturday.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | July 31, 2014
The announcement Thursday that Gilman quarterback Kai Locksley had committed to play at Florida State was disappointing news for Maryland fans who desperately wanted to see the four-star prospect in College Park in 2015. In the long term, it wasn't awful news for Terps coach Randy Edsall and, more importantly, for his offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, who also happens to be Kai Locksley's father. After talking with the family in June at their home for a story about the relationship between Mike Locksley and the youngest of his three sons , I came away with the feeling that neither Mike nor Kai was totally comfortable with the idea of working together.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2012
The Maryland  football program has reportedly lost one of its top recruits. Rivals.com reported Sunday that Yannick Ngakoue , a four-star linebacker from Friendship Collegiate (D.C.) and the No. 136 player in the 2013 class, has backed out of his Terps pledge . Ngakoue now lists Maryland along with Miami, South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia as schools he's considering. ** Derwin Gray , a Friendship Collegiate offensive lineman and Maryland's highest-ranked commitment, told Rivals.com's Mike Farrell that he'll stick with his Terps pledge but make other visits . ** UM running back recruit DeAndre' Lane rushed for touchdown runs of 2 and 23 yards, and intercepted a pass in Catonsville's 35-30 loss to Franklin . Basketball recruiting ** Scout.com reported Sunday that the Harrison twins would visit Kentucky for Big Blue Madness . But Aaron Harrison Sr. told KentuckySports.com that their family hasn't made a decision on upcoming visits . On Saturday, Adam Zagoria, citing an anonymous source , reported that the twins are leaning toward Kentucky and the father is pushing Maryland.
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By Aaron Dodson and The Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2014
I'm Blessed To Say That Today I Have Committed To Being A Maryland Terp.. ¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿ #BeyondBlessed #TerpNation pic.twitter.com/kSpTeIm2QU - ACE♠¿ (@DjMoore23) July 3, 2014 Four-star wide receiver D.J. Moore, a rising senior at Imhotep High School in Philadelphia, became very familiar with College Park before making his decision. Imhotep football coach Albie Crosby said Moore visited Maryland's campus three times in the past month, with the last trip coming just last Saturday.
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By Jonas Shaffer, The Baltimore Sun | December 27, 2013
In this week's recruiting roundup, two future Maryland guards face off in a rare Terp-on-Terp battle. Football recruiting -- Class of 2014 defensive end/linebacker target Melvin Keihn committed to Virginia Tech on Tuesday, picking the Hokies over Maryland and Virginia. -- Rivals.com football recruiting analyst Mike Farrell's latest picks for uncommitted Class of 2014 Terps targets: offensive lineman Damian Prince to Florida State, defensive back Jalen Tabor to Alabama and McDonogh offensive lineman Jared Cohen to Penn State.
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September 16, 2007
CLASSICAL MUSIC IN THE GREAT HALL -- 5 p.m. today. Towson Unitarian Universalist Church, 1710 Dulaney Valley Road. $20 ($5 students). 410-813-4255 or migh.org Jonathan Carney, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's notable concertmaster, has plenty to do these days, what with the high-profile opening of the BSO season in a couple of weeks. But he has found time to give a recital today, the first entry in the 2007-2008 concert series of Music in the Great Hall, which has been a welcome fixture on the local cultural scene for more than 30 years.
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | October 16, 1991
So much for the sensitive anguish of the "thirtysomething" life.EPatricia Wettig is movin' on. After a small, wifely role in the movie comedy blockbuster "City Slickers," she turns up in her first TV movie, "Silent Motive," at 9 tonight on the Lifetime cable network.Adios, Nancy Weston. And hello, Laura Bardell.Ms. Wettig won a pair of Emmys portraying Nancy on "thirtysomething," where modern emotional travail was intelligently addressed. Well, forget the intelligent part with "Silent Motive."
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By Eric Siegel | October 10, 1991
If Maryland were to become a "serious post-production site" for film and sound-editing, it would increase the state's attractiveness to filmmakers, says actor and producer Mike Farrell.Combine that with investors willing to finance film projects and the state could be the site of "God knows how many films," he added.Mr. Farrell -- who played Capt. B. J. Hunnicutt in television's "M*A*S*H" and has produced a number of feature films since the long-running series ended eight years ago -- met yesterday with state officials and private attorneys and investors to explore ways to reinvigorate filmmaking in Maryland.
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September 26, 2001
Baseball Diamondbacks: Activated P Robert Ellis. Basketball Nuggets: Acquired draft rights to G Kenny Satterfield from Mavericks for second-round draft pick or future considerations. College Auburn: Suspended F Mack McGadney indefinitely from basketball team for disciplinary reasons. Goucher: Margo Becker (Franklin) was named female Cross Country Runner of the Week in Capital Athletic Conference. Football Bengals: Renegotiated 2001 contract of DT Glen Steele and added two years.
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