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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | September 15, 1996
Next to playing sweeper, McDonogh's Pablo Webster ranks reading a good murder mystery high on his list of pastimes."I like the sleuths, how clever they are in sizing up all the evidence, picking up every detail on the way to solving the crime," said Webster, 16, who often finds novels so intriguing that he'll stay up "late into the night, reading."It's like with soccer, solving offenses and defenses. You've always got to stay one step ahead of your enemy. Sometimes, you even have to use the element of surprise.
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Sun reports via Maryland Jockey Club | May 11, 2014
When Rosie Napravnik ventures to Pimlico Race Course to ride Bayern in Saturday's 139th running of the Preakness, the 26-year-old riding star can expect an emotional homecoming. A familiar face will not be there to greet her. Trainer Dickie Small, who gave her a leg up on her very first winner, died April 4. "There'll be a void at Pimlico," said Napravnik, who guided the Small-trained Ringofdiamonds to victory at Pimlico in her first career ride on June 9, 2005. "When I ride in big races and do well, he's one of the first people I think of. I know how proud of me he would be. " Small's presence will be missed next weekend, but Napravnik can expect a lot of support from family and friends at Pimlico as she attempts to realize a schoolgirl's dream of someday winning the Preakness, as well as the Kentucky Derby.
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May 25, 1999
Lembit Oll, 33, a chess grandmaster, jumped to his death from a window of his fourth-floor apartment in Tallinn, Estonia, an apparent suicide, newspapers reported Wednesday. Recent rankings placed him about 50th in the world.Augustos Pablo, , 46, a Jamaican musician popular in Europe and known for his plastic melodica (a modified harmonica), died Wednesday after being in a coma for several days. Mr. Pablo had a muscle disease.Pub Date: 5/25/99
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By Denise Weiss and For The Baltimore Sun | March 11, 2014
Rose lovers, I come to you with good news: The season is over and we never have to see El Bachelor Juan Pablo again. Things certainly have changed since “Juanuary” when we were so excited to join Juan Pablo on his “adventura.” What we didn't know was that “adventura” meant “journey taken by a rude, arrogant, egotistical, racist, cocky, douchebag, lying, hypocritical, self-centered, offensive jerk. " Before we return to St. Lucia and bring this train wreck to a close, Chris Harris reminds us that this has been one of “the most dramatic and surprising finales” in "Bachelor" history.
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By Knight Ridder / Tribune | October 14, 2004
Top Fives TOP 40 SINGLES 1. Maroon 5, "She Will Be Loved" 2. Avril Lavigne, "My Happy Ending" 3. Ryan Cabrera, "On The Way Down" 4. Ciara featuring Petey Pablo, "Goodies" 5. Ashlee Simpson, "Pieces of Me" URBAN SINGLES 1. Ciara featuring Petey Pablo, "Goodies" 2. Nelly, "My Place" 3. Usher featuring Alicia Keys, "My Boo" 4. Terror Squad, "Lean Back" 5. Jadakiss featuring Anthony Hamilton, "Why" COUNTRY SINGLES 1. Sara Evans, "Suds In The...
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By MICHAEL SRAGOW | September 29, 2006
One of the great tag lines of the first year of Saturday Night Live was Chevy Chase proclaiming on "Weekend Update," "Generalissimo Francisco Franco is still dead!" (He died in 1975.) In a sense, that's what Pedro Almodovar was proclaiming throughout his early movies. Expressing the liberty his countrymen felt after the demise of Franco and his dictatorship, Almodovar told Variety's Madrid bureau chief, Peter Besas, "The characters in my films utterly break with the past." He continued, "Pleasure must be grasped immediately, almost hedonistically.
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By Chris Hewitt and Chris Hewitt,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | February 13, 1998
Writer/director Sally Potter's new movie, "The Tango Lesson," has tons of smug I'm-an-artist hoo-ha, but it also has some of the most electrifying dance sequences in recent memory. Potter plays herself, a middle-aged woman who decides to take tango lessons and falls in love with her instructor.The received wisdom on photographing dance is you must show the dancers' entire bodies, but sometimes Potter conveys the spirit of the dancers via close-ups of their heads as the room whirls around them.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | January 25, 1998
The student beat the teacher at the Towson Center last night.Mike Jaskulski served five years as an assistant to Rudy Keeling at the University of Maine in the early 1990s. Last night, they met for the first time as head coaches, and Jaskulski borrowed a few tricks from his old boss as Towson University defeated Northeastern, 63-52, in an America East game.Keeling gave Jaskulski credit for learning his lessons well."It was like a mirror game, playing against ourselves," Keeling said. "A lot of things they ran -- their pressing defense and out-of-bounds plays -- were just like ours.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 3, 2000
Raul de Pablo's consecutive three-pointers late in the game put Towson ahead to stay, and the Tigers went on to a 73-66 victory over New Hampshire yesterday in men's basketball in Durham, N.H. After Assane Faye's basket gave the Wildcats a 59-57 lead, de Pablo hit his threes a minute apart for a 63-59 lead. Marcelle Williams' basket brought New Hampshire within two, but Towson (6-4, 2-0 America East) scored the next five points. Shaun Holtz started the decisive run with a jumper and a free throw, and Torin Ragin finished it with two free throws for a 68-61 lead.
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By Denise Weiss and For the Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2014
Welcome to Season 18 of "The Bachelor"! Last night's episode " Countdown to Juan Pablo" was a complete waste of time, but gave us a glimpse into how different this season will be from past seasons. NOT! As usual, there will be yacht jumping, waterfalls, hot tubs, kissing, dancing, kissing while dancing and lots of tears and drama. The good news is that Juan Pablo has been working on his abs, his biceps  and his English, and all are significantly improved. In order to fill this “Get to know Juan Pablo” hour-long episode, we are treated to an inside view on how ABC chooses the women who will be cat fighting for Juan Pablo's heart.
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By Kevin Cowherd and The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2012
The beauty of baseball is that even fat guys can play it, and play it well. It's the most democratic of sports. You can be chunky, you can be roly-poly, you can be out and out blubbery and still find a place in this game. I should know. I played it for years. But if you need further proof, I give you Pablo Sandoval. The Kung Fu Panda sure lit it up last night in the San Francisco Giants' 8-3 win over the Detroit Tigers in Game 1 of the World Series. Sandoval became only the third player in history -- the others are Babe Ruth, Reggie Jackson and Albert Pujols -- to smack three home runs in a World Series.
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By New York Times News Service | March 1, 2007
PARIS -- Two important paintings by Pablo Picasso estimated by police to be worth a total of about $66 million have been stolen from the Left Bank home of his granddaughter Diana Widmaier-Picasso, the authorities said yesterday. Paris police officials said the two oils - Maya With Doll from 1938 and Portrait of Jacqueline from 1961 - were taken from Widmaier-Picasso's house on the Rue de Grenelle in the city's chic Seventh Arrondissement sometime between Monday night or Tuesday morning.
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By Ellen Barry, David Zucchino and P.J. Huffstutter and Ellen Barry, David Zucchino and P.J. Huffstutter,LOS ANGELES TIMES | November 1, 2006
WELLSBORO, PA. -- Four were teenagers. Thirty were 21 or younger. The oldest was 53. They left homes in big cities, small prairie towns and Southern hamlets to answer the call of duty in Iraq, where 104 soldiers, Marines, airmen and seamen died in October, the war's fourth-deadliest month and the worst since January 2005. On the final day of October, Sgt. 1st Class Tony Knier, who needed his mother's permission to join the Army at age 16, was memorialized amid the hills of central Pennsylvania.
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By MICHAEL SRAGOW | September 29, 2006
One of the great tag lines of the first year of Saturday Night Live was Chevy Chase proclaiming on "Weekend Update," "Generalissimo Francisco Franco is still dead!" (He died in 1975.) In a sense, that's what Pedro Almodovar was proclaiming throughout his early movies. Expressing the liberty his countrymen felt after the demise of Franco and his dictatorship, Almodovar told Variety's Madrid bureau chief, Peter Besas, "The characters in my films utterly break with the past." He continued, "Pleasure must be grasped immediately, almost hedonistically.
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September 15, 2005
Julio Cesar Turbay, 89, who as president of Colombia negotiated the release of dozens of diplomats held hostage by leftist rebels for 61 days in 1980, died of heart failure Tuesday in Bogota, Interior and Justice Minister Sabas Pretelet said. Mr. Turbay led his nation from 1978 to 1982. In a terrorist attack on Feb. 27, 1980, fighters from the M-19 guerrilla group took 50 officials including 16 ambassadors and the papal delegate hostage at the Dominican ambassador's home. The rebels, dressed as soccer players, kicked a ball over the wall in front of the residence.
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By SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL | June 10, 2005
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - U.S authorities yesterday said they will allow a Cuban family that tried to make it to the United States on a bright blue taxi-turned-boat into the country, pending a successful review of their immigration documents. The decision came after immigration officials determined that Rafael Diaz Rey, his wife, Nivia Valdes Galves, stepson Pablo Alfonso Valdes and son David Diaz Valdes had documents for entry into the United States. The family's attorneys said they would drop the emergency motion they filed Wednesday asking a federal judge to allow the Diaz family into the country and their request that the court temporarily halt the repatriation of all Cubans and Haitians the Coast Guard intercepts atsea.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 9, 2004
It was an Elvis-o-rama at Baltimore's Lithuanian Hall last weekend. The 11th annual Night of 100 Elvises -- two nights, actually -- was another sold-out success. Everywhere you looked, you'd see another version of the King. More than 50 Elvis impersonators and tribute artists performed nonstop on three stages Friday and Saturday nights. "This is one of my favorite events, because of the way people react [to all of us performers]," tribute artist Danny Bissell noted. "What makes this event so unique is that it's for the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
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