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By TIM SMITH and TIM SMITH,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | October 29, 2005
PARMA, ITALY -- Fog followed the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra through northern Italy. It created a shroud (so to speak) over Turin Thursday morning as the ensemble, fresh from a particularly well-received concert the night before, started a three-hour bus ride to Parma. There, a mist enveloped, quite beguilingly, the neo-rustic concert hall where the BSO opened that city's concert season before a capacity audience that included the wife of the Italian president and other government dignitaries.
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By TIM SMITH and TIM SMITH,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | October 29, 2005
PARMA, ITALY -- Fog followed the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra through northern Italy. It created a shroud (so to speak) over Turin Thursday morning as the ensemble, fresh from a particularly well-received concert the night before, started a three-hour bus ride to Parma. There, a mist enveloped, quite beguilingly, the neo-rustic concert hall where the BSO opened that city's concert season before a capacity audience that included the wife of the Italian president and other government dignitaries.
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By John Eisenberg | February 23, 1998
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- One month, he was pitching in Triple-A and trying to get back to the major leagues.The next month, he was living a life out of a Hemingway novel, riding a bicycle on cobblestone streets in Italy and sitting down to magnificent feasts."
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By John Eisenberg | February 23, 1998
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- One month, he was pitching in Triple-A and trying to get back to the major leagues.The next month, he was living a life out of a Hemingway novel, riding a bicycle on cobblestone streets in Italy and sitting down to magnificent feasts."
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By Dan Rodricks | August 24, 1992
Notes from the Lake Erie Tour . . .Is this Democratic campaign for president about change, or what? Bill Clinton: "We gotta change the White House." Hillary Clinton: "We need to change on behalf of our children." Al Gore, after changing his shirt: "I ask you to help us change this country." Tipper Gore: "Thank you. We love you. We won't let you down." New Jersey Sen. Bill Bradley, traveling with the candidates through Ohio: "The time for change is at hand." Mike Ries, mayor of Parma, Ohio: "It's time for change.
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By Dan Rodricks and Dan Rodricks,Staff Writer | August 23, 1992
PARMA, Ohio -- Bill Clinton's latest bus-stop campaign tour pulled right up to the front door of white middle-class America yesterday, commandeering the sidewalks and streets in this suburb of Cleveland where pirogi are king.Stepping off the lead bus in an eight-bus caravan in front of Parma Pierogies, Clinton and his vice-presidential running mate, Sen. Al Gore, along with their wives, immediately threw their hands into a crowd that clogged the sidewalks along Ridge Road, in front of Parma Beauty Shop, Parma Pets, Parma Golf Shop, a store called Incredible Inflatables and Ciotta Chiropractic Center.
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By Mark Dawidziak and Mark Dawidziak,Knight-Ridder News Service | March 15, 1992
New "Columbo" episodes usually don't offer much reason for comment. What's the point? After 24 years and 59 cases, we know the routine.We see an elaborately planned murder. We know who the murderer is. When our sloppy hero finally shows up, we try to guess how he will catch the supremely smug and confident killer.Well, here's a real mystery for you. Why would Peter Falk completely revamp the successful "Columbo" formula that has been working since he started playing the wrinkled-raincoat detective in the 1968 TV movie "Prescription: Murder"?
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By Pat Dailey and Pat Dailey,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | November 1, 1995
A creamy, porcelain-white cheese, so rich that it's just a short leap from butter, is an unlikely but effective symbol for Italian cheese in America.Mascarpone, elevated to fame through a gloriously gooey dessert called tiramisu, has whetted appetites that are apparently unham- pered by a price tag of $10 a pound and a fat content that would make a cardi- ologist cringe.But it's not just a passing fad or the newest creation to come out of a trendy kitchen.Mascarpone, written about in Italy more than 800 years ago, is one of a handful of Italian cheeses that are capturing American fancy.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | July 16, 1994
TORRANCE, Calif. -- Maybe he should change his first name to "Other."That's how Italy's latest soccer star, Dino Baggio, 22, often has been described during World Cup '94. He's, oops, the "wrong one."The right one is teammate Roberto Baggio, the flamboyant forward with the undersized body, unmatched game-breaking ability and the most recognized ponytail in the sports world.Dino Baggio is a tall (6 feet 1) midfielder, has short-cropped hair and doesn't talk much. As recently as a month ago, fans said he did not deserve a spot on the national team.
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By ROGER SIMON and ROGER SIMON,Roger Simon is a nationally syndicated columnist for The Sun. This excerpt is from his new book, "Road Show," published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux. Copyright 1990 by Roger Simon. Reprinted with permission | November 11, 1990
"By the time we're finished, they're going to wonder whether Willie Horton is Dukakis' running mate."--Lee AtwaterHe was big. He was black. He was every guy you ever crossed street to avoid, every pair of smoldering eyes you ever looked away from on the bus or subway. He was every person you moved out of the city to escape, every sound in the night that made you get up and check the locks on the windows and grab the door handles and give them an extra tug.Whether you were white or black or red or yellow, Willie Horton was your worst nightmare.
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By Pat Dailey and Pat Dailey,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | November 1, 1995
A creamy, porcelain-white cheese, so rich that it's just a short leap from butter, is an unlikely but effective symbol for Italian cheese in America.Mascarpone, elevated to fame through a gloriously gooey dessert called tiramisu, has whetted appetites that are apparently unham- pered by a price tag of $10 a pound and a fat content that would make a cardi- ologist cringe.But it's not just a passing fad or the newest creation to come out of a trendy kitchen.Mascarpone, written about in Italy more than 800 years ago, is one of a handful of Italian cheeses that are capturing American fancy.
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By Dan Rodricks | August 24, 1992
Notes from the Lake Erie Tour . . .Is this Democratic campaign for president about change, or what? Bill Clinton: "We gotta change the White House." Hillary Clinton: "We need to change on behalf of our children." Al Gore, after changing his shirt: "I ask you to help us change this country." Tipper Gore: "Thank you. We love you. We won't let you down." New Jersey Sen. Bill Bradley, traveling with the candidates through Ohio: "The time for change is at hand." Mike Ries, mayor of Parma, Ohio: "It's time for change.
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By Dan Rodricks and Dan Rodricks,Staff Writer | August 23, 1992
PARMA, Ohio -- Bill Clinton's latest bus-stop campaign tour pulled right up to the front door of white middle-class America yesterday, commandeering the sidewalks and streets in this suburb of Cleveland where pirogi are king.Stepping off the lead bus in an eight-bus caravan in front of Parma Pierogies, Clinton and his vice-presidential running mate, Sen. Al Gore, along with their wives, immediately threw their hands into a crowd that clogged the sidewalks along Ridge Road, in front of Parma Beauty Shop, Parma Pets, Parma Golf Shop, a store called Incredible Inflatables and Ciotta Chiropractic Center.
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By Mark Dawidziak and Mark Dawidziak,Knight-Ridder News Service | March 15, 1992
New "Columbo" episodes usually don't offer much reason for comment. What's the point? After 24 years and 59 cases, we know the routine.We see an elaborately planned murder. We know who the murderer is. When our sloppy hero finally shows up, we try to guess how he will catch the supremely smug and confident killer.Well, here's a real mystery for you. Why would Peter Falk completely revamp the successful "Columbo" formula that has been working since he started playing the wrinkled-raincoat detective in the 1968 TV movie "Prescription: Murder"?
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By New York Times News Service | August 6, 1995
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The Parmalat Cup soccer tournament will conclude this afternoon at Giants Stadium.Parma of Italy will clash with Boca Juniors of Argentina for the championship after the U.S. national team meets Benfica of Portugal in the consolation game at 1 p.m.
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November 19, 2008
DAVID S. MALLINAK, age 51, lost his war with cancer on Wednesday, November 12, 2008. Resident of Mt. Rainier, formerly of Parma, OH. Son of the late Eleanor Mallinak; brother of Sandra (Gary) Walrath, Douglas Mallinak; uncle of Jessica, Mark, and Kelly Walrath; close friend of Kathleen Norvell and many others also survive. For 28 years he was a dedicated employee of the DOD; member of Maclean's Co. of Irish Foote, Admirals Regiment, War of 1812 Reenactors, Dandy 5th Regiment, Asquinth's Sharp Shooters, Society for Creative Anachronism and Historical Guild of Maryland.
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