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By Linell Smith and Linell Smith,Staff Writer | January 30, 1994
Poets Kendra Kopelke and Kim Carlin will read from their works at 4 p.m. today at Cafe MonTage, 10 E. Preston St.Ms. Kopelke directs the writing program at the University of Baltimore. Ms. Carlin is a free-lance writer and lecturer in English at Goucher College.This marks the last in the monthly series of "In Your Ear" spoken arts readings at Cafe MonTage; subsequent programs are scheduled at Saturday's Cafe, 426 E. 31st St. All readings are sponsored by Tropos Press, one of Baltimore's oldest independent literary presses.
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By Amy Watts and For The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2014
Thanks to a DVR issue, I missed the first 13 minutes of the recording. The first thing I find out is that Betsey Johnson and Tony Dovolani are the first couple in jeopardy. Then we get a montage of the female contestants explaining why they came on the show. It has annoying on-screen graphics. Still not in love with the new showrunner's ideas. Today I was relieved to find out that I wasn't the only one who thought the direction on last night's show was atrocious, with random cutaways, accidental shots of the crew, and poor time management that meant all the judges didn't get to speak.
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By Kimberly A.C. Wilson and Kimberly A.C. Wilson,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | July 27, 2004
BOSTON - First came the welcoming remarks. Then a little rock 'n' roll music, more speeches and applause - lots of applause. And by the time nine female senators took to the stage in the Fleet Center last night, the crowd was revved up, and the Democratic National Convention was in full swing. Led by Barbara A. Mikulski of Maryland, the senators launched a 15-minute salute to former Presidents Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton and former vice president Al Gore. Their mission: to use their personal stories to remind viewers of the party's historical highs and to link that history to John Kerry, especially for female voters.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Derek Chavis and For The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2013
Muppets. Gas leaks. "What Does the Fox Say?" Oh my. Tonight was definitely a weird one. Like, when-The-Beatles-went-psychedelic weird. Not a bad weird, but more like ... "What is this? Oh, I get it. Hey, I really liked that!" weird. Pamela Lansbury makes its grand debut ... in a place that only Broadway fanatics go. The rest of the band gives Kurt flak for booking there, but it all works out in the end, as the SOLITARY member of the audience had a connection at hotspot Williamsburg Music Hall.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | September 8, 1997
This is definitely going to be the year of the hourlong drama on network television.By the end of next month, when the new fall schedules are in place, there will be a record number of such series on the air. Fox debuts its best and brightest tonight with "Ally McBeal," from producer David E. Kelley."
NEWS
March 27, 1997
In Monday's Business section, the incorrect type of bankruptcy filing was listed for Montage D'Elegance Ltd., 708 Reisterstown Road, Pikesville. The women's clothing retailer has filed for protection under Chapter 11.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 3/27/97
BUSINESS
March 31, 1997
In March 24's editions of The Sun, the incorrect type of bankruptcy filing was listed for Montage D'Elegance Ltd., 708 Reisterstown Road, Pikesville. The women's clothing retailer has filed for protection under Chapter 11.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 3/31/97
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | September 2, 2011
Yesterday's mailbox included a small item about the controversy brewing over the changes Twinings has apparently made to its famous Earl Grey tea. That inspired a friend to send over this You Tube montage of all the times Captain Jean-Luc Picard made references to Earl Grey tea.  
FEATURES
By VIDA ROBERTS and VIDA ROBERTS,SUN FASHION EDITOR | November 5, 1995
The rustle and whisper of taffeta, the float of ballerina tulle, the poise of formal satin -- every woman should experience the flutter of an entrance in a gala dress.Those fashion moments occur all too rarely, alas. Grand balls and great occasions have been supplanted by box suppers and wine tastings. There is something in the air right now, however. Fancy gowns are again waltzing through holiday collections. Designers are taking a nostalgic look at billowy skirts, crinolines and bustles and finding them charming.
NEWS
By Rona Hirsch and Rona Hirsch,Contributing Writer | December 18, 1994
Good morning, Symphony Woods.The television news show "Good Morning America" will tape the holiday lights display "Symphony of Lights" at Columbia's Symphony Woods tonight.The show will air sometime between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. Thursday or Friday.The 4 1/2 -minute piece is a montage of three Christmas "feel good" stories for GMA correspondent Steve Fox's fifth "Annual Christmas Card.""The 'Christmas Card' segments usually feature interesting things going on across the country," said Sandra Aiken, associate producer for "Good Morning America."
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | October 10, 2012
Tuesday night on NBC's "The Voice," it was a battle between the singer who can dance and the dancer who can sing,  between twee and bombastic, and the time-saving glory of the montage and my poor memory of "who the hell are these people. " TEAM CEE LO Cee Lo Green took to the field first, pairing of dancer/singer/model/whatever Domo against foul-mouthed, bleeping wonder Cody Belew with Lady Gaga and Beyonce's "Telephone. " (All Hail the Queens.) Cee Lo put it best: Cody's a singer who can dance, and Domo's a dancer who can sing, and he wanted to see who had the whole package.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 22, 2012
Yes, please Let Billy Crystal do his thing Sure, he may not be the hippiest host, but Crystal's an Oscar-host pro. He knows what he's doing and he's funny doing it. We're hoping for a classic Crystal opening monologue, hopefully one of those song medleys that humorously mentions the major nominees. Or a montage where he's inserted into films Crystal pierced and tattooed in a "Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" shout-out? Totally would work. More Muppets We hear Kermit and Miss Piggy are presenters, but why stop there?
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | September 2, 2011
Yesterday's mailbox included a small item about the controversy brewing over the changes Twinings has apparently made to its famous Earl Grey tea. That inspired a friend to send over this You Tube montage of all the times Captain Jean-Luc Picard made references to Earl Grey tea.  
SPORTS
By DAN CONNOLLY | June 18, 2008
Surrounded by media in the visitors' clubhouse yesterday, Miguel Tejada said he hadn't really thought about how the Camden Yards crowd would react when he first stepped to the plate in a Houston Astros uniform. Good thing, because the fans weren't thinking much about him, either. There were some claps and some boos for the club's former shortstop and team leader. Maybe 10 people rose to their feet in the lower seating bowl. More than anything, there was deafening indifference. How understated was it?
SPORTS
December 3, 2007
LANDOVER-- --If you're old enough, the scene at FedEx Field yesterday brought back memories of tragedies past, sports and otherwise. So as they made their way toward the Washington Redskins' first game since the killing of Sean Taylor, fans in their 30s, 40s and beyond recalled how similarly shocking and sickening the feeling had been more than 21 years earlier when they awoke to the news of Len Bias' death. Many of those fans were on their way to, or already in front of, the memorial to Taylor near the entrance to the team's stadium apparel store.
FEATURES
By SUSAN REIMER and SUSAN REIMER,SUN COLUMNIST | April 11, 2006
They are going to make me turn in my membership card in the feminist movement for this, but I wish Katie Couric hadn't taken the CBS Evening News job for the same reason I hope Hillary Rodham Clinton doesn't run for president. I don't think it is going to go well, and that means another notch in the "loss" column for women. This goes against all the "Try, even if you fail," chatter that I send my daughter's way. But I just can't bear any "I told you so" guff from the guys if and when Katie crashes and burns like Barbara Walters, Sally Quinn and Connie Chung did when they made the same kind of professional leap.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 22, 2012
Yes, please Let Billy Crystal do his thing Sure, he may not be the hippiest host, but Crystal's an Oscar-host pro. He knows what he's doing and he's funny doing it. We're hoping for a classic Crystal opening monologue, hopefully one of those song medleys that humorously mentions the major nominees. Or a montage where he's inserted into films Crystal pierced and tattooed in a "Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" shout-out? Totally would work. More Muppets We hear Kermit and Miss Piggy are presenters, but why stop there?
ENTERTAINMENT
By Derek Chavis and For The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2013
Muppets. Gas leaks. "What Does the Fox Say?" Oh my. Tonight was definitely a weird one. Like, when-The-Beatles-went-psychedelic weird. Not a bad weird, but more like ... "What is this? Oh, I get it. Hey, I really liked that!" weird. Pamela Lansbury makes its grand debut ... in a place that only Broadway fanatics go. The rest of the band gives Kurt flak for booking there, but it all works out in the end, as the SOLITARY member of the audience had a connection at hotspot Williamsburg Music Hall.
BUSINESS
By KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | August 29, 2004
Carla Kallen enjoyed her stays at the Ritz-Carlton so much that she brought part of the experience home with her. The mother of five shelled out $400 for a Ritz-Carlton goose-down blanket and two fluffy king-size pillows. And she is not a bit guilty over her investment in luxurious slumber. "It's going to last a long time," said the San Juan Capistrano, Calif., resident. "I had to indulge. You spend a lot of time sleeping. You may as well make it nice." Kallen has tapped into an emerging trend: hotels promoting the resort lifestyle in homes.
NEWS
By Kimberly A.C. Wilson and Kimberly A.C. Wilson,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | July 27, 2004
BOSTON - First came the welcoming remarks. Then a little rock 'n' roll music, more speeches and applause - lots of applause. And by the time nine female senators took to the stage in the Fleet Center last night, the crowd was revved up, and the Democratic National Convention was in full swing. Led by Barbara A. Mikulski of Maryland, the senators launched a 15-minute salute to former Presidents Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton and former vice president Al Gore. Their mission: to use their personal stories to remind viewers of the party's historical highs and to link that history to John Kerry, especially for female voters.
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