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By Nancy Menefee Jackson and Nancy Menefee Jackson,Special to the Sun | March 5, 2000
Missy DiGiulian is not fond of structure. The idea of working out in a gym or having a trainer tell her what to do isn't appealing. That's why the 45-year-old was attracted to in-line skating, and why her training regimen is not really a regimen at all. "I started skating when I was 40, just for something to do," she says. "I like the speed." At first, she skated on the B&A Trail near her home in Pasadena. She used the type of skates she had grown up with, the old-fashioned ones with a wheel on each corner of the skate.
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February 13, 2013
Joseph Scott Vanarsdale, 7 pounds 7 ounces, was born to Missy and Jeremy Vanarsdale of Bel Air on Jan. 11 at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center. Siblings are Katie and Jimmy Vanarsdale. Grandparents are Cathi and Jim Welk of Whiteford and Diane and Bill Vanarsdale of Bel Air.
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October 8, 2007
Critic's Pick -- Influential pioneers and players in the world of rap music like Missy Elliott get their due in VH1 Hip Hop Honors (10 p.m., VH1).
SPORTS
By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | August 7, 2012
The darkened arena pulsed with anticipation, the thousands of spectators roaring and their cameras flashing like giant fireflies as the boxers swaggered in, punching the air, bouncing on the balls of their feet and glaring like gladiators. And then, the chanting started for the favorite of this particular crowd: "Katie!" "Katie!" "Katie!" Despite the deafening cheers - officials at the ExCel Arena said it was one of loudest crowds of the Games so far at 113.7 decibels - you might also have heard a glass ceiling shattering: Boxing, the last Summer Olympics sport to be limited to men, opened its ranks to women for the first time here.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | February 1, 2012
Creperie Breizh, an "authentic French creperie on wheels," has pulled over after 14 months on the roads. News of the closing was posted Wednesday on the truck's Facebook page. "We are sorry to tell everyone that we are closing Creperie Breizh, we both decided to do other things and we are putting our crepe truck for sale," the message said. The truck's owners were Missy and Eric Coatrieux, who both have backgrounds in the horse world. Missy was an equestrian; Eric, a native of Brittany, trained racehorses. Breizh is the Breton (Celtic)
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February 13, 2013
Joseph Scott Vanarsdale, 7 pounds 7 ounces, was born to Missy and Jeremy Vanarsdale of Bel Air on Jan. 11 at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center. Siblings are Katie and Jimmy Vanarsdale. Grandparents are Cathi and Jim Welk of Whiteford and Diane and Bill Vanarsdale of Bel Air.
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By Bill Talbott and Bill Talbott,Staff Writer | September 26, 1993
A 15-year-old Union Bridge girl remained in serious condition at the Washington Hospital Center trauma unit Friday night after she fell from the trunk of a car in Frederick County about 3:15 p.m. Thursday.Missy Klipp of McKinstry Mill Road was riding in the trunk of a car with three other passengers on Knighton Court south of Libertytown when the accident occurred, according to the Frederick County Sheriff's Office.Missy, who suffered head and other injuries, was flown to the hospital by state police helicopter.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2012
Anyone who has a cat -- or knows even the slightest thing about kitty behavior -- knows that the idea of washing a cat is a bad, bad, baaaaaaad idea. Unless you have death wish. Luckily, cats are kind of self-cleaning anyway. But when a bottle of Vet's Best Natural Formula No-Rinse Foam Waterless Cat Bath came into the office, I knew we had to test it. If there was a way to get a cat cleaner without trying to actually bathe him, I thought folks would be interested. The cat bath, widely available, sells for $6 to $8 for a four-ounce bottle.
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By Glenn Gamboa and Glenn Gamboa,NEWSDAY | May 13, 2001
Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott should be enjoying a smooth and easy ride back to the top of the charts, but she's uncharacteristically stressing as she talks about her new CD "Miss E ... So Addictive." It's not a problem with the record -- after all, the first single, "Get Ur Freak On," already is shaping up as a summer hit. It's not a career thing either -- especially since corralling Christina Aguilera, Pink, Mya and Li'l Kim for the remake of "Lady Marmalade," which is sashaying its way all over pop radio.
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By Vida Roberts Photography by Patrick Sandor | October 31, 1993
There are sales professionals in this town who have fans as loyal as any pop star's. But while pop stars don't give much in return, these people do. They create local fashion legends, advance business careers, turn dull guys into dashing dudes, put drama into working wardrobes and keep feet feeling tip-top.They have an intimate knowledge of their clients' lumps, bumps and vanities, which they know how to camouflage with silks, tweeds and patent leather.They make a difference in the way people dress and they make friends.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | February 1, 2012
Creperie Breizh, an "authentic French creperie on wheels," has pulled over after 14 months on the roads. News of the closing was posted Wednesday on the truck's Facebook page. "We are sorry to tell everyone that we are closing Creperie Breizh, we both decided to do other things and we are putting our crepe truck for sale," the message said. The truck's owners were Missy and Eric Coatrieux, who both have backgrounds in the horse world. Missy was an equestrian; Eric, a native of Brittany, trained racehorses. Breizh is the Breton (Celtic)
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2012
Anyone who has a cat -- or knows even the slightest thing about kitty behavior -- knows that the idea of washing a cat is a bad, bad, baaaaaaad idea. Unless you have death wish. Luckily, cats are kind of self-cleaning anyway. But when a bottle of Vet's Best Natural Formula No-Rinse Foam Waterless Cat Bath came into the office, I knew we had to test it. If there was a way to get a cat cleaner without trying to actually bathe him, I thought folks would be interested. The cat bath, widely available, sells for $6 to $8 for a four-ounce bottle.
FEATURES
October 8, 2007
Critic's Pick -- Influential pioneers and players in the world of rap music like Missy Elliott get their due in VH1 Hip Hop Honors (10 p.m., VH1).
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVSION CRITIC | January 5, 2005
Tour bus as boot camp. New York City as promised land. Pop and R&B stars Missy Elliott, Teena Marie, Busta Rhymes and Madonna as mentors. That's the mix for UPN's new reality series, The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott. Part America's Next Top Model (UPN) and part American Idol (Fox), this road show looks as if it could have a strong and long run with young viewers - despite its derivative qualities. As the title suggests, Elliott, a two-time Grammy Award-winning hip-hop artist and producer, is the star.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Natalie Nichols and Natalie Nichols,LOS ANGELES TIMES | December 4, 2003
Hip-hop queen Missy Elliott has fired off three albums in three years, but she shows no signs of creative exhaustion on This Is Not a Test! She actually improves on last year's witty, inventive Under Construction, remaining engaging throughout a nearly hourlong blend of rap, soul, R&B and dance grooves. The album has truth-telling lightened with humor, bunches of guest stars who never overshadow her, and clever production by Elliott and longtime musical partner Timbaland that has all manner of beeps, jingles, buzzes, whoops and popping in and out of the mix like tiny sonic jack-in-the-boxes.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Glenn Gamboa and Glenn Gamboa,NEWSDAY | May 13, 2001
Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott should be enjoying a smooth and easy ride back to the top of the charts, but she's uncharacteristically stressing as she talks about her new CD "Miss E ... So Addictive." It's not a problem with the record -- after all, the first single, "Get Ur Freak On," already is shaping up as a summer hit. It's not a career thing either -- especially since corralling Christina Aguilera, Pink, Mya and Li'l Kim for the remake of "Lady Marmalade," which is sashaying its way all over pop radio.
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By Kevin Cowherd | March 8, 1994
Like every other columnist who belongs to the godless liberal media, I get my share of mail.Much of this mail is from savvy, well-adjusted readers who recognize the cutting-edge humor regularly displayed in this space.But some of the mail is from out-and-out wackos, a wacko in this case being anyone who disagrees with what I write.An example of the sort of letter a columnist enjoys receiving is this:"Dear Sir,"Just a quick note to tell you how much your column means to me and the missus."We went through a rough stretch recently when my brother Clint backed his Chevy Blazer over my leg and Clara lost her job at the Hair Cuttery and Missy (that's our cat)
NEWS
By Nancy Menefee Jackson and Nancy Menefee Jackson,Special to the Sun | March 5, 2000
Missy DiGiulian is not fond of structure. The idea of working out in a gym or having a trainer tell her what to do isn't appealing. That's why the 45-year-old was attracted to in-line skating, and why her training regimen is not really a regimen at all. "I started skating when I was 40, just for something to do," she says. "I like the speed." At first, she skated on the B&A Trail near her home in Pasadena. She used the type of skates she had grown up with, the old-fashioned ones with a wheel on each corner of the skate.
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