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By MICHAEL AND JANE Stern and MICHAEL AND JANE Stern,Universal Press Syndicate | July 28, 1991
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Roll down the window when you drive along Pasadena Avenue, and most likely you won't have any trouble finding Ted Peter's Famous Smoked Fish restaurant.Just sniff: When you catch the heady aroma of Gulf Coast seafood slow-cooking over burning wood, you will have found one of the Gulf Coast's extraordinarily fine places to have lunch or dinner.Ted Peter's is not a fancy restaurant. Reservations are not accepted, nor are credit cards. The cozy little dining area (which does have a fireplace to provide warmth when the weather is cool)
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By Janell Sutherland | February 18, 2013
It's "Amazing Race" time again! It's been so long since we enjoyed Phil Keoghan and his eyebrow and his hats. The sight still takes my breath away, especially when he's staring at the water in Bora Bora. And I need some eye candy right now because instead of shirtless Chippendales, this season gives us a taxidermist with a mighty mullet. Are you ready for some teams? Chuck and Wynona , married for 15 years. He likes to "kill the animal, eat the animal, mount the animal, and keep the memory on the wall forever.
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | February 21, 1999
"The mullet is an unjustly maligned creature."--From "Mulletheads," by Michael SwindleSANIBEL ISLAND, Fla. -- As he guides visitors through the watery mangrove forests of J. N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge, naturalist Dan Underhill asks them to pretend they are in a school of mullet.The kayaking tourists chortle. Perhaps they are the "Yankees or stuck-up Southerners" described in Michael Swindle's book "Mulletheads" who think the mullet is a "trash fish," a lowly bottom feeder without redeeming qualities.
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November 18, 2012
Creating a distraction Keith Groller Morning Call Nice move by Andrew Bynum. With 76ers fans frustrated that the savior who was going to lead the franchise back to the days of Moses is out until January, Bynum has distracted them with his new 'do. After all, who can hate Captain Kangaroo? Bynum beware. Bizarre hair did nothing to soften Don King's image as someone who would shave his mother's head if he could make a buck. The worst? Troy Polamalu, because while others like Dennis Rodman needed their hair for hype, Polamalu has become more famous for his locks than his licks on the field.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | September 11, 2003
Three series premiere tonight, and the best that can be said about them is that they offer a handy, one-night snapshot of what an overwhelmingly sorry lineup of new programs the networks are offering this fall. UPN's The Mullets is not just bad, it's maddeningly awful. Its depiction of working-class life through the knuckle-headed behavior of its two leading characters, brothers Dwayne (Michael Weaver) and Denny (David Hornsby) Mullet is television stereoptyping at its worst. Promotional materials circulated by UPN describe the brothers as "blue-collar, wrestling-loving, lighthearted, optimistic guys who sport the hairstyle that bears their surname - identical mullet haircuts."
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By Sue Hayes and Sue Hayes,Special to The Sun | September 25, 1994
Assateague Island sees a school of red drum. Yes, last week, on Assateague Island's four-wheel drive area, a huge school of red drum apparently meandered close to shore.From last Tuesday to Saturday night anglers caught red drum up to 37 3/4 pounds. This largest drum was taken by Ted Burbage of Libertytown on mullet bait Bobby Quillin and Maggie Magee of Bishopville caught four drum.Calvin Smack, William Hern and Cathy Fitzsimmons of Berlin caught three drum. Another group fishing the area of the "Bull Penn" on Assateague caught 10 about midnight.
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March 27, 1991
* Yankee fans can get Steve Sax's favorite rice recipes, including Zucchini Rice, Lemon Rice Stuffed Sole and Big League Black Bean Soup, by sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope to Rice, Department BP, P.O. Box 740121, Houston, Texas 77274.* Mullet lovers, the Florida Department of Natural Resources has published a recipe pamphlet for you. It gives storage and cooking tips. To get a copy, send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to Florida Mullet, Dept. of Natural Resources, 1214 N. University Drive, Plantation, Fla. 33322.
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November 18, 2012
Creating a distraction Keith Groller Morning Call Nice move by Andrew Bynum. With 76ers fans frustrated that the savior who was going to lead the franchise back to the days of Moses is out until January, Bynum has distracted them with his new 'do. After all, who can hate Captain Kangaroo? Bynum beware. Bizarre hair did nothing to soften Don King's image as someone who would shave his mother's head if he could make a buck. The worst? Troy Polamalu, because while others like Dennis Rodman needed their hair for hype, Polamalu has become more famous for his locks than his licks on the field.
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By Janell Sutherland | February 18, 2013
It's "Amazing Race" time again! It's been so long since we enjoyed Phil Keoghan and his eyebrow and his hats. The sight still takes my breath away, especially when he's staring at the water in Bora Bora. And I need some eye candy right now because instead of shirtless Chippendales, this season gives us a taxidermist with a mighty mullet. Are you ready for some teams? Chuck and Wynona , married for 15 years. He likes to "kill the animal, eat the animal, mount the animal, and keep the memory on the wall forever.
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By PETER SCHMUCK | June 10, 2007
It didn't seem likely three weeks ago, but Orioles manager Sam Perlozzo appears to have weathered the storm. Speculation about his tenuous job security has died down, and he received a big ovation from the Camden Yards crowd in the sixth inning Friday night when he got ejected from the game by first base umpire Larry Vanover. That represented a quantum shift in fan opinion since late May, when the message boards and talk-show types were calling for Perlozzo's head after every discouraging late-inning defeat.
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By LAURA VOZZELLA and LAURA VOZZELLA,laura.vozzella@baltsun.com | September 19, 2008
Alexander Ovechkin, one of the greatest hockey player in the game today, and certainly the best paid, decided to get spruced up the day he signed a 13-year, $124 million deal with the Washington Capitals. He swung by Hair Cuttery for a $14 cut. And so, an endorsement deal was born. The NHL superstar began shooting ads for the discount salon yesterday in Baltimore. The campaign - "What he is to hockey, we are to hair" and "Most Valuable Hair" will appear on Washington-area billboards and bus shelters - is the work of TBC, a Fells Point agency that represents Hair Cuttery.
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By PETER SCHMUCK | June 10, 2007
It didn't seem likely three weeks ago, but Orioles manager Sam Perlozzo appears to have weathered the storm. Speculation about his tenuous job security has died down, and he received a big ovation from the Camden Yards crowd in the sixth inning Friday night when he got ejected from the game by first base umpire Larry Vanover. That represented a quantum shift in fan opinion since late May, when the message boards and talk-show types were calling for Perlozzo's head after every discouraging late-inning defeat.
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By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,SUN STAFF | March 6, 2005
There are two kinds of people in this country, and forget that blue-state, red-state thing. You're either for a mullet or against a mullet. What's a mullet? Do not mock us. Yes, a mullet is a spiny-finned, feeble-toothed fish, but we all know it's so much more. A mullet is a hairstyle characterized by the hair cut short in front and on the sides but kept long down the back. It's not a cutting-edge style. But recently, the mullet has re-emerged as a pop culture object of praise and derision.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | September 11, 2003
Three series premiere tonight, and the best that can be said about them is that they offer a handy, one-night snapshot of what an overwhelmingly sorry lineup of new programs the networks are offering this fall. UPN's The Mullets is not just bad, it's maddeningly awful. Its depiction of working-class life through the knuckle-headed behavior of its two leading characters, brothers Dwayne (Michael Weaver) and Denny (David Hornsby) Mullet is television stereoptyping at its worst. Promotional materials circulated by UPN describe the brothers as "blue-collar, wrestling-loving, lighthearted, optimistic guys who sport the hairstyle that bears their surname - identical mullet haircuts."
NEWS
By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | February 21, 1999
"The mullet is an unjustly maligned creature."--From "Mulletheads," by Michael SwindleSANIBEL ISLAND, Fla. -- As he guides visitors through the watery mangrove forests of J. N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge, naturalist Dan Underhill asks them to pretend they are in a school of mullet.The kayaking tourists chortle. Perhaps they are the "Yankees or stuck-up Southerners" described in Michael Swindle's book "Mulletheads" who think the mullet is a "trash fish," a lowly bottom feeder without redeeming qualities.
NEWS
By Sue Hayes and Sue Hayes,Special to The Sun | September 25, 1994
Assateague Island sees a school of red drum. Yes, last week, on Assateague Island's four-wheel drive area, a huge school of red drum apparently meandered close to shore.From last Tuesday to Saturday night anglers caught red drum up to 37 3/4 pounds. This largest drum was taken by Ted Burbage of Libertytown on mullet bait Bobby Quillin and Maggie Magee of Bishopville caught four drum.Calvin Smack, William Hern and Cathy Fitzsimmons of Berlin caught three drum. Another group fishing the area of the "Bull Penn" on Assateague caught 10 about midnight.
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By PETER BAKER | November 7, 1990
ASSATEAGUE -- The state park on this barrier island a half-dozen miles below Ocean City can be a bustling place, late spring through early fall. But once the state campgrounds close and there still are a few weeks of day use available before the park shuts down for the winter, the parking lots are almost empty and the beaches almost barren.In those last weeks of the season, when only an occasional surfer will paddle out in expectation of a 5-foot wave built by the falling tide and a building onshore breeze, and but a few tourists transit the dunes in search of the wild ponies, the ocean-side fishing can be good.
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By Bill Burton | October 18, 1990
This week ...* The last-minute rush is on before the charterboat season for rock closes Saturday night, but if your favorite skipper is booked, try fishing elsewhere.How about Liberty Reservoir? Fishing there is just gettin started -- and freshwater activity for landlocked rock and hybrids is not affected by the premature close of the Chesapeake's fishery.Bank fishing live shiners along the steep dropoffs in late da scores at Liberty. Boat catches will improve as waters cool.For added incentive: Jay Wolfenden of Old Reisterstown Bai and Tackle reports measurements of the biggest landlocked striper checked in thus far indicated it weighed 32 pounds.
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By MICHAEL AND JANE Stern and MICHAEL AND JANE Stern,Universal Press Syndicate | July 28, 1991
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Roll down the window when you drive along Pasadena Avenue, and most likely you won't have any trouble finding Ted Peter's Famous Smoked Fish restaurant.Just sniff: When you catch the heady aroma of Gulf Coast seafood slow-cooking over burning wood, you will have found one of the Gulf Coast's extraordinarily fine places to have lunch or dinner.Ted Peter's is not a fancy restaurant. Reservations are not accepted, nor are credit cards. The cozy little dining area (which does have a fireplace to provide warmth when the weather is cool)
FEATURES
March 27, 1991
* Yankee fans can get Steve Sax's favorite rice recipes, including Zucchini Rice, Lemon Rice Stuffed Sole and Big League Black Bean Soup, by sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope to Rice, Department BP, P.O. Box 740121, Houston, Texas 77274.* Mullet lovers, the Florida Department of Natural Resources has published a recipe pamphlet for you. It gives storage and cooking tips. To get a copy, send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to Florida Mullet, Dept. of Natural Resources, 1214 N. University Drive, Plantation, Fla. 33322.
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