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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | February 10, 1998
Some people, upon hearing Paula Cole's luscious, melancholy hit "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?," don't listen any further than the chorus.To their ears, the song is a longing look back to days when men were men and women were glad of it. Or, as the song's protagonist puts it, "I will raise the children/If you pay all the bills." Naturally, this leads them to believe that the 29-year-old Cole is herself an anti-feminist, the sort of woman who would happily do all the laundry if he pays all the bills.
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October 11, 2007
Just announced Stevie Wonder -- Verizon Center in Washington on Oct. 30. Tickets go on sale at noon tomorrow. 410-547-7328 or ticketmaster.com. Trans-Siberian Orchestra -- 1st Mariner Arena on Jan. 6. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. tomorrow. 410-547-7328 or ticketmaster.com. The Misfits -- Sonar on Nov. 30. 410-327-8333 or ticketmaster.com. Paula Cole -- Rams Head Tavern in Annapolis on Nov. 7. 410-268-4545 or ramsheadtavern.com. Capitol Steps -- Weinberg Center for the Arts in Frederick on Nov. 17. 301-228-2828.
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By Sam Sessa and Sam Sessa,Sun Reporter | June 12, 2007
LOUISVILLE, Ky.-- --By age 30, singer-songwriter Paula Cole had achieved heights she hadn't even dreamed of: a platinum album, two huge hit singles and a Grammy for best new artist. But composing songs of love, struggle and loss didn't prepare her for what came next: The album her record company rejected. A decision to leave the music industry. A failed marriage. Her daughter's frightening asthma attacks. "I've been through a lot," Cole says, leaning forward on a plush chair in a hotel room and looking back at her life.
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June 12, 2007
Young critic At 13, Tony Dantzler can, and did, tell citywide candidates a few things about Baltimore and how to improve it. Maryland baltimoresun.com/marbella Coin tossed Intrepid columnist tries his hand at the Washington Nationals' President Race, and his effort as Abraham Lincoln takes a turn for the worse. Sports baltimoresun.
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | January 7, 1998
NEW YORK -- On the charts, 1997 was mostly kid stuff, all fluff, silliness and sentimentality.But at the Grammys, 1997 turns out to have been a very grown-up year, indeed. When nominations for the 40th Annual Grammy Awards were announced in New York yesterday, the major categories -- Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year and Best New Artist -- were dominated by adult pop acts, including Paula Cole, R. Kelly, Shawn Colvin, Bob Dylan and Babyface.Cole, in fact, was named in all four categories.
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | September 28, 1999
Paula Cole, in interviews following the success of 1996 album "This Fire," has made no secret of her love for soul music. No surprise, then, that her third album, "Amen" (Imago/Warner Bros. 47490, arriving in stores today), opens with a song lush and funky enough to pass for an old Marvin Gaye number.With a rich swirl of strings and woodwinds pushed along by percolating percussion and wah-wah guitar, "I Believe In Love" is a breathtaking production, evoking the best of retro-soul while still seeming contemporary.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 11, 2007
Just announced Stevie Wonder -- Verizon Center in Washington on Oct. 30. Tickets go on sale at noon tomorrow. 410-547-7328 or ticketmaster.com. Trans-Siberian Orchestra -- 1st Mariner Arena on Jan. 6. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. tomorrow. 410-547-7328 or ticketmaster.com. The Misfits -- Sonar on Nov. 30. 410-327-8333 or ticketmaster.com. Paula Cole -- Rams Head Tavern in Annapolis on Nov. 7. 410-268-4545 or ramsheadtavern.com. Capitol Steps -- Weinberg Center for the Arts in Frederick on Nov. 17. 301-228-2828.
NEWS
June 12, 2007
Young critic At 13, Tony Dantzler can, and did, tell citywide candidates a few things about Baltimore and how to improve it. Maryland baltimoresun.com/marbella Coin tossed Intrepid columnist tries his hand at the Washington Nationals' President Race, and his effort as Abraham Lincoln takes a turn for the worse. Sports baltimoresun.
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By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman, The Baltimore Sun | March 6, 2012
Philadelphia International Flower Show With a theme based on the islands of Hawaii, this year's International Flower Show brings a taste of the tropics to Philadelphia. White sand, palm trees and hula dancers all have a role as the show, sponsored by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Scoiety, salutes "Hawaii: Islands of Aloha. " Visitors can see a 25-foot waterfall, a beach wedding, floral volcanoes, surf shacks and traditional Hawaiian crops like pineapple and sugar cane. There's also a tribute to Pele, the Hawaiian goddess of fire and floral-arranging competitions modeled after the "Iron Chef" TV show.
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | March 5, 2012
Here's your weekly round-up of notable acts stopping by the area this week. For more concerts, check out FindLocal . On Monday, the cerebral, rowdy rockers from New Jersey, Titus Andronicus, perform at the Ottobar ( $12 ). Mayor of "Rack City" and YMCMB rising star Tyga headlines a show at Fillmore Silver Spring ( $25 ). And if you were wondering if radio rawk still exists, Chevelle sold out Rams Head Live. On Tuesday, Mindless Self Indulgence returns to Rams Head Live after a three-year touring hiatus ( $25 )
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By Sam Sessa and Sam Sessa,Sun Reporter | June 12, 2007
LOUISVILLE, Ky.-- --By age 30, singer-songwriter Paula Cole had achieved heights she hadn't even dreamed of: a platinum album, two huge hit singles and a Grammy for best new artist. But composing songs of love, struggle and loss didn't prepare her for what came next: The album her record company rejected. A decision to leave the music industry. A failed marriage. Her daughter's frightening asthma attacks. "I've been through a lot," Cole says, leaning forward on a plush chair in a hotel room and looking back at her life.
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | September 28, 1999
Paula Cole, in interviews following the success of 1996 album "This Fire," has made no secret of her love for soul music. No surprise, then, that her third album, "Amen" (Imago/Warner Bros. 47490, arriving in stores today), opens with a song lush and funky enough to pass for an old Marvin Gaye number.With a rich swirl of strings and woodwinds pushed along by percolating percussion and wah-wah guitar, "I Believe In Love" is a breathtaking production, evoking the best of retro-soul while still seeming contemporary.
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | February 10, 1998
Some people, upon hearing Paula Cole's luscious, melancholy hit "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?," don't listen any further than the chorus.To their ears, the song is a longing look back to days when men were men and women were glad of it. Or, as the song's protagonist puts it, "I will raise the children/If you pay all the bills." Naturally, this leads them to believe that the 29-year-old Cole is herself an anti-feminist, the sort of woman who would happily do all the laundry if he pays all the bills.
FEATURES
By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | January 7, 1998
NEW YORK -- On the charts, 1997 was mostly kid stuff, all fluff, silliness and sentimentality.But at the Grammys, 1997 turns out to have been a very grown-up year, indeed. When nominations for the 40th Annual Grammy Awards were announced in New York yesterday, the major categories -- Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year and Best New Artist -- were dominated by adult pop acts, including Paula Cole, R. Kelly, Shawn Colvin, Bob Dylan and Babyface.Cole, in fact, was named in all four categories.
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | September 4, 1997
Perhaps the most amazing thing about the MTV Video Music Awards is that they have actually come to mean something.At first, the VMA show was little more than an exercise in self-promotion, an excuse for MTV to hold its own awards show. There would be bands playing, movie stars saying "and the winner is" and innumerable chances for MTV to show what a force it had become in the entertainment world. The shows were entertaining, sure, but they were more about star power than video artistry.That's not the case this year, however.
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April 5, 1999
The big brains at the Freedom Forum's Newseum in Arlington, Va., have come up with a list of the 100 least significant news stories of the century. Here are some of them:Millennium mania, 1999.Yakov Smirnoff immigrates to America, 1978.Wiffle Ball, 1953.World War II temporarily disrupts production of porcelain pixie Hummel figurines, 1942.Supermodels enter restaurant business, 1995.Menudo-mania, 1984.Back to LouisianaWillie Nelson was among the performers who took the stage celebrating the Louisiana Hayride.
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