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March 20, 2005
On March 18, 2005, PAT MULLIGAN beloved husband of Jeanne Mulligan. Friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service at The Good Shepherd United Methodist Church, 3800 Roland Avenue on Sunday April 3 at 3 P.M. Inquiries may be directed to the Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home Inc., 410-889-3735,
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By Liz Clarke and The Washington Post | August 4, 2014
RICHMOND, Va.  - Since suiting up for training camp July 23, the Washington Redskins have practiced in shells and in full pads. They've held walk-throughs and collided in live drills. They've worked on fundamentals and practice plays scripted for the red zone. They've squared off one-on-one, seven-on-seven and 11-on-11. Now comes an opponent more authentic than a tackling sled and quicker to stoke competitive fires than a teammate. Coach Jay Gruden's hope is that three days of joint practice with the New England Patriots heading into the teams' preseason opener Thursday at FedEx Field will challenge his players anew while giving his coaching staff another means of judging who's worth keeping on the 53-man roster.
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By Jean Marbella | October 14, 1992
What is it? It's Pat! The man . . . uh, woman . . . er, person whose gender has been a source of mystery on "Saturday Night Live" for the past couple of seasons.Maybe you can sort out the chromosomal confusion when the whiny, bespectacled and mop-headed Pat comes to Baltimore tomorrow for a series of appearances sponsored by WERQ 92.3 FM (92 Q)."Pat" is cast member Julia Sweeney. Her slightly creepy Pat, whose trademark is a sort of bleating "eh-eh-eh-eh-eh," has even published an autobiography, "It's Pat!
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2014
Turnover in the midfield is bad, and Loyola Maryland is finding that out this offseason. The Greyhounds, an aggressive team that has thrived when its short-stick defensive midfielders can run and turn defense into offense, are losing two starting short-stick defensive midfielders to graduation. Pat Laconi led all non-long-pole players in caused turnovers with 34, scooped up 31 ground balls and recorded 11 goals and three assists. His linemate, Kyle Duffy, wasn't as prolific in manufacturing points (1 G, 2 A)
NEWS
January 31, 2004
On Thursday, January 29, 2004, in Kindred Hospital, GERALDINE K. "PAT" MOORE age 75, of Pinellas Park, FL, born in Philadelphia, PA and formerly of Baltimore, MD. She was a retired school secretary in the Department of Education in Baltimore county, MD. She was also an avid golfer and bowler. Survived by her husband Donald of 52 years, one son Mitchell Moore of Burlington, VT and one daughter Donna Carroll of Bel Air, MD. She is also survived by five grandchildrenIn lieu of flowers send donations in Pat's name to Kingsville Elementary, 7300 Sunshine Ave., Kingsville, MD 21087, 410-887-5949
ENTERTAINMENT
By ANNA EISENBERG | December 15, 2005
Pat McGee is known for his improvisational live show and dedication to his fans. See "Pat McGee -- An Acoustic Evening with Friends" at the Rams Head Tavern, 33 West St. in Annapolis, on Wednesday and Dec. 22. Shows are at 8 p.m. and tickets are $20. Call 410-268-4545 or visit ramsheadtavern.com.
FEATURES
November 7, 2005
The Pat Metheny Trio fills Rams Head Tavern, 33 West St., Annapolis, with lyrical guitar jazz Monday and Tuesday night at 6:30 and 9:30. Tickets are $65. For more information, call 410-268-4545 or visit ramsheadtavern.com.
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By JEFFREY SHAFFER | November 10, 1991
"WELL, PAT, WE'RE DOWN TO THE FI-nal minute with the Steelheads leading 20 to 6, and I'd have to say the turning point was in the third quarter when the Gigantics failed to score on fourth-and-goal from the one-yard line. That really killed their momentum.""True enough, Irv, but a lot of people would argue that the real key to this game happened earlier in the week, when Gigantics quarterback Steve Rubinski won a 'Mr. Peanut' lookalike contest and announced that he was leaving the team to pursue a modeling career.
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By JACQUES KELLY | September 8, 2007
My neighbors will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 2500 block of Guilford Ave. next week. They promise the name and spirit of Patricia Trimp will be honored as they toast the centenary of a classic Baltimore stand of porch-front rowhouses. Pat Trimp didn't quite make it to her block's centennial. She died at home March 14, just short of her 85th birthday. A visit to her 1907 home was a trip to a section of the Smithsonian not yet open to tourists.
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By SYLVIA BADGER | September 8, 1996
It looks as if gremlins were at work during the production of last week's party page. The Sun would like to apologize for identifying the woman photographed with Art Modell as Pat Modell. That was really Caroline Croft. And somehow the Modell sons, John and David, were identified in reverse order in an accompanying photograph. Again, we apologize for the errors. We hope to run into the Modells in more of our party visits and give readers an opportunity to see them again soon.LAST WEEKEND, the weekend the NFL officially came back to Baltimore, was memorable for Baltimore and Maryland.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 4, 2014
UMBC dived into the 2014 campaign without four potential starters, but all four are on pace to rejoin the team for next season. The Retrievers went 8-7 overall and 3-2 in the America East despite losing senior midfielder Conor Finch (Boys' Latin) and freshman defenseman Pat Dignan to torn anterior cruciate ligaments, junior goalkeeper Wes DiRito to foot surgery and senior long-stick midfielder Nathan Klein to a broken neck. Coach Don Zimmerman said all four players are progressing well in their rehabilitation.
FEATURES
The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2014
"Wheel of Fortune" host and part-time Severna Park resident Pat Sajak is taking some heat for comments he made on social media about global warming. Sajak (@patsajak) , who got his start as a local TV weatherman in Nashville, according to IMDB, has drawn widespread attention for Twitter posts he made recently, including one posted yesterday that read: "I now believe global warming alarmists are unpatriotic racists knowingly misleading for their own ends. Good night. " Sajak was in town Sunday for an appearance by comedian Martin Short at the Maryland Hall for Creative Arts in Annapolis . Yesterday, he tweeted a photo of him and Short with a shout out to Rams Head.
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Susan Reimer | May 7, 2014
My husband the sportswriter received an award last week from the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons for a meticulously reported story on the surgery that repaired Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson's devastating knee injury. Talk about tough judges. I was there to accept it for him because he was covering the Kentucky Derby, where the athletes have twice as many legs and not much chance of recovering from a serious joint injury. My husband writes a lot about sports injuries.
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The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2014
Towson has extended men's basketball coach Pat Skerry's contract an additional year,  through the 2019-2020 season, the school announced Friday. Skerry signed an extension through 2018-19 before last season. The terms of his contract will remain the same with the additional year being added on. The Tigers are coming off their best season as a Division I team, having finished  25-11 and 13-3 in the Colonial Athletic Association. Towson lost in the conference semifinals but won  two road gamesin the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament, beating USC Upstate and East Tennessee State.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 3, 2014
Each week, The Baltimore Sun will publish a Q&A with a college lacrosse player or coach to get you better acquainted with the player and his or her team. Today's guest is Navy senior long-stick midfielder Pat Kiernan, who was selected by the Chesapeake Bayhawks in the fifth round of the Major League Lacrosse college draft in January. The 5-foot-11, 183-pound co-captain leads the Midshipmen - who will host No. 1 Loyola in a Patriot League showdown on Saturday at noon at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium - in career categories including caused turnovers (66)
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 2, 2014
The recent deaths of three U.S. Naval Academy Midshipmen have cast a pall over the institution in Annapolis. So perhaps it's not a surprise that those tragedies have affected the men's lacrosse team. In February, senior Max Allen was found dead in his vehicle after crashing into a creek on academy grounds. On March 25, freshman slotback Will McKamey died of brain swelling and bleeding after collapsing during a football practice. And on Saturday, sophomore Hans Loewen died after slipping into a coma after a skateboarding accident.
NEWS
By Carolyn Kelemen | March 31, 2014
Interest in ice skating peaks every four years during the Olympics. The 2014 Sochi games might be over, but swirling figures on ice are still dancing in the dreams of young would-be Meryl Davis and Charlie White, the Olympic gold medalists in ice dancing. Since 1975, the Columbia Figure Skating Club has provided area skaters with the opportunity to pursue both recreational and competitive skating. Each spring, Pat Muth, her daughter Martha, granddaughter Melissa, and a host of volunteers put many of these rising ice stars in a standing-room-only spectacle, this time around appropriately called "Frozen In Time," at the Columbia Ice Rink.
SPORTS
By Childs Walker and The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2014
Pat Skerry has spent the past 30 minutes pacing the perimeter of the court, tossing out gentle pointers in his New England-inflected patter. One of his Towson Tigers fires an ill-conceived pass that ends up rattling among the seats at SECU Arena. The third-year coach abruptly morphs into a different animal. "Instead of acting like little kids, let's execute 'Hook' correctly," he bellows, referring to one of his team's plays. "Guard!" he barks after a subsequent defensive lapse.
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