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By Steve McKerrow | September 13, 1991
ON AND OFF THE AIR:* The importance of literacy is the message of a nice kids-oriented repeat on WMAR-Channel 2 tonight. "Milo's Secret," which won a regional Emmy Award in 1990, can be seen at 8 o'clock.Produced at Channel 2, the show is the story of a puppet named Milo who tries to hide the fact he cannot read but learns that it is never too late to learn. Stu Kerr and Cal Ripken Jr. are in the show.Baltimore native Kevin Clash, a "Sesame Street" puppeteer (he does the character of Elmo)
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Sports Digest | August 4, 2014
Milos Raonic won the first all-Canadian tournament final in Association of Tennis Professionals history, easily beating Vasek Pospisil , 6-1, 6-4, at Washington's Citi Open on Sunday for the men's singles title. It was Raonic's sixth title win; Pospisil was participating in his first ATP final. Raonic, who made it to the semifinals at Wimbledon last month, won $316,400 and is expected to have his ranking move up Monday to No. 6 in the world. This was the first time two Canadians played each other in a tour final since the beginning of the Open era in 1968.
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By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | June 21, 2002
A 35-year-old woman died and one of her roommates leapt to safety from a second-floor window as a fire swept through their southern Baltimore home yesterday morning. The woman, Carla Milo, nearly escaped but was unable to squeeze through her bedroom window, where she screamed for help until she died. "She was a girl with a big heart and would do anything for anyone," said her boyfriend, William Dorsey, who left for work before the fire started about 7:15 a.m. Fire officials said they were investigating the cause of the blaze, which caused about $40,000 in damage to the rowhouse in the 3900 block of Brooklyn Ave. Tony Conway, 29, who lived in the house with Milo and Dorsey, said he awoke about 7:20 a.m. When he opened his bedroom door, he was confronted by a curtain of black smoke.
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By From Sun news services | February 18, 2009
'Heroes' stars split up, but remain friends, according to sources Heroes stars Milo Ventimiglia and Hayden Panettiere have ended their relationship, People magazine reported yesterday on its Web site. "They lead different lifestyles. He's 31, she's 19. She still has growing up to do and he's very low-key," a source close to the couple tells People. "The relationship never seemed like it had legs." The couple, who spent part of 2007 trying to hide their relationship, is still on amicable terms, another source says.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | June 15, 2001
In the latest Disney cartoon feature, "Atlantis," the moviemakers imbue the unveiling of the 1914 submarine Ulysses with the same shiver-inducing awe that Disney's live-action craftsmen conveyed when they unleashed the Nautilus 47 years ago in "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea." Working with computer and hand-drawn animation, Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise (who made their debut as directors with the superb "Beauty and the Beast") bring this high adventure at low depths enough flair and conviction to keep the movie buoyant even when its plot is abrupt and its emotionality conventional.
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August 11, 2003
On August 9, 2003, ANNE STELLAPELOTTE (nee Kirker); beloved wife of Alberto Saavedra; devoted mother of Tamara L. Preston and Deborah A. Spooner and her husband William; dear sister of Elaine McCaig; loving grandmother of Kenneth, Kristopher and Ryan; dear aunt of Laura Swift and David Matthew Haskins. A Funeral Service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue, on Monday at 8:30 P.M. Friends may call on Monday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Graveside Service and interment will be held at Second Milo Baptist Church Cemetery in Second Milo, NY, on Wednesday at noon.
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By Chris Kaltenbach | October 27, 1997
She was beautiful, thin and nasty. Yep, Milo had it all.Comedy Central's "Unauthorized Biography: Milo -- Death of a Supermodel" (10 p.m.-10: 30 p.m.) manages to skewer fame, the '70s, supermodels, photography-as-art, punk rock and probably a few other things I didn't pick up on right away. But most of all, it skewers A&E's "Biography" franchise and its penchant for telling the lives of the less-than-deservedly famous.Written by and starring comedian Lizz Winstead, who says she was inspired by a "Biography" of Lance Ito, "Death of a Supermodel" chronicles Milo's life from her childhood in one of those "big square states," through her "discovery" by photographer Hans Peter Christian (who caused an uproar in the New York art scene with his pictures of her nude, covered with spiders)
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July 16, 2006
On July 9, 2006, WILLIAM T. Jr., beloved husband of Mrs. Mary L. Freeman. He is also survived by two daughters, Kina Freeman and Windy Freeman, one son, Milo Freeman, one sister, one brother, two grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, two sisters-in-law and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives. Friends may call at the Gary P. March Funeral Home, on Saturday from 11 A. M until 4 P.M. Remains will lie in state at St. Ambrose R.C. Church, 4502 Park Heights Avenue, Sunday at 4 P. M until 7 P.M. Family will receive friends on Monday from 11:30 A. M until 12 noon.
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January 12, 2001
"Save the Last Dance" ** 1/2 PG-13; (violence, sex, language) Blond, beautiful and a wiz at ballet, Sara (Julia Stiles) seemed to have it all until her mother is killed in a car crash while hurrying to Sara's audition for the Joffrey Ballet. Depressed, demoralized and convinced she's responsible for her mom's death, Sara gives up ballet and moves in with her dad, a jazz musician living in a poor section of Chicago. There she meets Derek (Sean Patrick Thomas), handsome, sure of himself and a heck of a dancer, although hip-hop is more his style than ballet.
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By Ellen Creager and Ellen Creager,Knight-Ridder News Service | June 24, 1992
Mirianna Milo can single-handedly put 40 children down for a nap at the Childtime Daycare Center in Detroit.But Mrs. Milo simply cannot get her own 18-month-old daughter to bed at night."
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July 16, 2006
On July 9, 2006, WILLIAM T. Jr., beloved husband of Mrs. Mary L. Freeman. He is also survived by two daughters, Kina Freeman and Windy Freeman, one son, Milo Freeman, one sister, one brother, two grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, two sisters-in-law and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives. Friends may call at the Gary P. March Funeral Home, on Saturday from 11 A. M until 4 P.M. Remains will lie in state at St. Ambrose R.C. Church, 4502 Park Heights Avenue, Sunday at 4 P. M until 7 P.M. Family will receive friends on Monday from 11:30 A. M until 12 noon.
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August 11, 2003
On August 9, 2003, ANNE STELLAPELOTTE (nee Kirker); beloved wife of Alberto Saavedra; devoted mother of Tamara L. Preston and Deborah A. Spooner and her husband William; dear sister of Elaine McCaig; loving grandmother of Kenneth, Kristopher and Ryan; dear aunt of Laura Swift and David Matthew Haskins. A Funeral Service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue, on Monday at 8:30 P.M. Friends may call on Monday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Graveside Service and interment will be held at Second Milo Baptist Church Cemetery in Second Milo, NY, on Wednesday at noon.
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By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | June 21, 2002
A 35-year-old woman died and one of her roommates leapt to safety from a second-floor window as a fire swept through their southern Baltimore home yesterday morning. The woman, Carla Milo, nearly escaped but was unable to squeeze through her bedroom window, where she screamed for help until she died. "She was a girl with a big heart and would do anything for anyone," said her boyfriend, William Dorsey, who left for work before the fire started about 7:15 a.m. Fire officials said they were investigating the cause of the blaze, which caused about $40,000 in damage to the rowhouse in the 3900 block of Brooklyn Ave. Tony Conway, 29, who lived in the house with Milo and Dorsey, said he awoke about 7:20 a.m. When he opened his bedroom door, he was confronted by a curtain of black smoke.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | June 15, 2001
In the latest Disney cartoon feature, "Atlantis," the moviemakers imbue the unveiling of the 1914 submarine Ulysses with the same shiver-inducing awe that Disney's live-action craftsmen conveyed when they unleashed the Nautilus 47 years ago in "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea." Working with computer and hand-drawn animation, Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise (who made their debut as directors with the superb "Beauty and the Beast") bring this high adventure at low depths enough flair and conviction to keep the movie buoyant even when its plot is abrupt and its emotionality conventional.
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January 12, 2001
"Save the Last Dance" ** 1/2 PG-13; (violence, sex, language) Blond, beautiful and a wiz at ballet, Sara (Julia Stiles) seemed to have it all until her mother is killed in a car crash while hurrying to Sara's audition for the Joffrey Ballet. Depressed, demoralized and convinced she's responsible for her mom's death, Sara gives up ballet and moves in with her dad, a jazz musician living in a poor section of Chicago. There she meets Derek (Sean Patrick Thomas), handsome, sure of himself and a heck of a dancer, although hip-hop is more his style than ballet.
NEWS
October 27, 1999
May Young, 98, operated health clubsMay Young, who operated health clubs with her husband, died Friday of pneumonia at Verdugo Vista Nursing Home in La Crescenta, Calif. She was 98 and had lived in Homeland.She worked in the business offices of health clubs her husband, Fred Lawrence Young, established in Baltimore and other cities.They married in 1920 and ran Young's Health System in the Fidelity Building on Charles Street. He died in 1968 after establishing clubs in Philadelphia, New York, Cleveland and Los Angeles.
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October 27, 1999
May Young, 98, operated health clubsMay Young, who operated health clubs with her husband, died Friday of pneumonia at Verdugo Vista Nursing Home in La Crescenta, Calif. She was 98 and had lived in Homeland.She worked in the business offices of health clubs her husband, Fred Lawrence Young, established in Baltimore and other cities.They married in 1920 and ran Young's Health System in the Fidelity Building on Charles Street. He died in 1968 after establishing clubs in Philadelphia, New York, Cleveland and Los Angeles.
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By Cynthia Bournellis and Cynthia Bournellis,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 12, 1999
HELENDALE, Calif. -- In the middle of the desert, by the Mojave River and the Santa Fe railroad, past meets present as people from all walks of life gather to honor a lost art form. The place is Exotic World. The art is burlesque.The Miss Exotic World Competition and StripTease Reunion, held annually on the first weekend in June, is an exercise in nostalgia and a chance to see some of burlesque's legends strut their stuff. It is also an opportunity to romanticize the past and deplore the present state of striptease.
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By Cynthia Bournellis and Cynthia Bournellis,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 12, 1999
HELENDALE, Calif. -- In the middle of the desert, by the Mojave River and the Santa Fe railroad, past meets present as people from all walks of life gather to honor a lost art form. The place is Exotic World. The art is burlesque.The Miss Exotic World Competition and StripTease Reunion, held annually on the first weekend in June, is an exercise in nostalgia and a chance to see some of burlesque's legends strut their stuff. It is also an opportunity to romanticize the past and deplore the present state of striptease.
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By Justin Brown and Justin Brown,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 16, 1998
CETINJE, Montenegro -- In the arid mountains of this tiny Yugoslav republic, where myths seem to spring to life in the smoky cafes, men and women still believe in heroes.They believe in Njegos, the great 18th-century poet and king, who drove many of his people to their deaths fighting the Turks. They believe in King Nicholas; in the early 1900s, surrounded by the Hapsburg empire on three borders, he refused to be dominated by a foreign power.And now, it seems, they have found a new hero in their new pro-Western president, Milo Djukanovic -- a former Communist insider dubbed "The Penknife" for his sharp criticism of opponents.
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