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By Chris Kaltenbach and The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2013
The on-again, off-again relationship of Stacy Keibler and George Clooney appears to be off, according to People magazine , which quotes a "source close to the couple" as saying the pair "... quietly stopped being a couple several weeks ago. " The culprit? People reports that Keibler, 33, wants to start a family some day. According to the magazine's source, "She knows where George stands on that. " But don't expect a war of words to break out anytime soon; the split appears amicable.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2013
The on-again, off-again relationship of Stacy Keibler and George Clooney appears to be off, according to People magazine , which quotes a "source close to the couple" as saying the pair "... quietly stopped being a couple several weeks ago. " The culprit? People reports that Keibler, 33, wants to start a family some day. According to the magazine's source, "She knows where George stands on that. " But don't expect a war of words to break out anytime soon; the split appears amicable.
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By Deborah Bach and Deborah Bach,SUN STAFF | July 3, 2000
A week ago he was just Dan Jones, teacher, a regular guy who likes running and hanging out at a tavern in his Little Italy neighborhood. How quickly things change. As of Thursday, when the latest issue of People magazine hit the stands, Dan Jones, guy next door, became one of People's 100 Most Eligible Bachelors, appearing on the same page as talk show host Conan O'Brien and home run king Mark McGwire. It's been a bit disconcerting for the 25-year-old Jones, who's already received considerable ribbing from his colleagues at the University of Houston, where he's training teachers until the end of July.
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By From Sun news services | November 20, 2008
Winokur can't stop beat: She'll be back in 'Hairspray' Marissa Jaret Winokur will return to Hairspray on Dec. 9 for the final four weeks of its Broadway run at the Neil Simon Theatre. She will join Harvey Fierstein, her original co-star, in the long-running musical that opened in August 2002. He came back to the show this month. Winokur won a Tony Award for her performance as Tracy Turnblad, the full-figured teen who yearns to dance on a TV show in 1960s Baltimore. She recently appeared on the top-rated television reality series Dancing with the Stars.
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August 1, 2000
Nicole Deck, 22, a blind swimmer who wrote a moving autobiography describing years of physical and sexual abuse, died Saturday in Zurich, Switzerland. She was discovered unconscious in her room Friday morning and died in the hospital the next day. A suicide attempt in June 1998 robbed Ms. Deck of her sight when she tried to shoot herself in the head. A year later, she published "Swimming Toward Life," in which she described how she had been mistreated by foster parents and then sexually abused in a children's home.
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By Russell Baker | December 7, 1993
WHENEVER I find myself growing grim about the mouth; whenever it is a damp, drizzly November in my soul; whenever I find myself involuntarily pausing before coffin warehouses, then I account it high time to consult People magazine as soon as I can, for I recognize the symptoms all too clearly. Elitism has cast its pall upon me.The mail confirms it. "Elitist!" growls the displeased reader, proud of being that celebrity-besotted corporate human, The Common Person, which is composed of The Common Man and The Common Woman.
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By Ellen Gamerman and Ellen Gamerman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | February 5, 1999
WASHINGTON -- As the daughter at the heart of the nation's most-watched family crisis, Chelsea Clinton is increasingly becoming fair game to a media that has long agreed to avoid her as a subject."
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By Susan Reimer | February 19, 2002
IT ISN'T going to be easy for me to weigh in on Greta Van Susteren's face lift when the women in my crowd can't seem to make the commitment to regular manicures, but here goes. The cable news legal commentator with the gravelly voice and scrubbed and unadorned good looks used the hiatus between TV jobs to have her eyes lifted. From the before-and-after pictures of her on the cover of People magazine, it looks like she had a lot more work done than that. She says it is the residual swelling.
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By From Sun news services | November 20, 2008
Winokur can't stop beat: She'll be back in 'Hairspray' Marissa Jaret Winokur will return to Hairspray on Dec. 9 for the final four weeks of its Broadway run at the Neil Simon Theatre. She will join Harvey Fierstein, her original co-star, in the long-running musical that opened in August 2002. He came back to the show this month. Winokur won a Tony Award for her performance as Tracy Turnblad, the full-figured teen who yearns to dance on a TV show in 1960s Baltimore. She recently appeared on the top-rated television reality series Dancing with the Stars.
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By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,SUN STAFF | April 4, 1997
Jurors didn't subscribe to a federal prosecutor's theory that a National Institutes of Health police officer stole a People magazine from the facility's library. Nor did they clear Sgt. Bruce Blum.After two days of testimony from nine witnesses, including an FBI fingerprint expert, and six hours of deliberations, a U.S. District Court jury in Baltimore deadlocked, forcing the judge to declare a mistrial.The U.S. attorney's office will have to decide whether it wants to retry Blum.Despite the best pretrial efforts of the prosecutor and judge to weed out anyone who found something amusing about a federal case involving the theft of a $2.69 magazine, there was evidence they failed after the 12 jurors retired for deliberations.
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By Susan Reimer | February 19, 2002
IT ISN'T going to be easy for me to weigh in on Greta Van Susteren's face lift when the women in my crowd can't seem to make the commitment to regular manicures, but here goes. The cable news legal commentator with the gravelly voice and scrubbed and unadorned good looks used the hiatus between TV jobs to have her eyes lifted. From the before-and-after pictures of her on the cover of People magazine, it looks like she had a lot more work done than that. She says it is the residual swelling.
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By Jaimee Rose and Jaimee Rose,SUN STAFF | July 9, 2001
He's after Tom Cruise, but before Tiger Woods. George Clooney only scored a head shot, but our guy warranted a full-body pose on a full-color page. Appearing in flexed-biceps glory in People magazine's "Top 50 Bachelors" issue, with only ink between him and Matt Damon, is Baltimore's own Westley Moore. He's smart, sweet and oh-so single, and he's on page 73. The ladies of Sex and the City would surely rate him a keeper. Moore, a 22-year-old Johns Hopkins University graduate and Rhodes scholar, was selected by People editors to appear in the July 2 magazine.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to the Sun | December 10, 2000
Joblessness has been really hard on Mike Lewin. He left his gig as Maryland's secretary of business and economic development Nov. 17. His first order of nonbusiness? Spending "10 fabulous sun-drenched days" on the Caribbean island of St. Bart. Then Mike toughed it through another week and a half in Palm Beach, Fla. He's back in town for a bit, mulling over "about a dozen" job offers from various financial and technology companies. Then it's back to sunnier climes until -- oh, around February -- when Mike heads back to the salt mines with the rest of us!
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August 1, 2000
Nicole Deck, 22, a blind swimmer who wrote a moving autobiography describing years of physical and sexual abuse, died Saturday in Zurich, Switzerland. She was discovered unconscious in her room Friday morning and died in the hospital the next day. A suicide attempt in June 1998 robbed Ms. Deck of her sight when she tried to shoot herself in the head. A year later, she published "Swimming Toward Life," in which she described how she had been mistreated by foster parents and then sexually abused in a children's home.
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By Deborah Bach and Deborah Bach,SUN STAFF | July 3, 2000
A week ago he was just Dan Jones, teacher, a regular guy who likes running and hanging out at a tavern in his Little Italy neighborhood. How quickly things change. As of Thursday, when the latest issue of People magazine hit the stands, Dan Jones, guy next door, became one of People's 100 Most Eligible Bachelors, appearing on the same page as talk show host Conan O'Brien and home run king Mark McGwire. It's been a bit disconcerting for the 25-year-old Jones, who's already received considerable ribbing from his colleagues at the University of Houston, where he's training teachers until the end of July.
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | April 19, 2000
What's wrong with pop singer Whitney Houston? There have been hints; there are rumors. Within the music industry, there are whispers about the "D" word -- and we don't mean "diva." Yet even though everybody "knows" what's going on, nobody is talking -- at least, not on the record. "People are so savvy about reading the news and reading behind the news," says Roy Trakin, senior editor at the music industry trade magazine Hits. "It almost seems as if we've come to a tacit agreement about what `erratic behavior' means and what it's a cue-word for. It's kind of a nudge-nudge, wink-wink kind of thing."
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By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,SUN STAFF | April 8, 1997
The National Institutes of Health police officer accused by the federal government of stealing a People magazine from the facility's library will not stand trial a second time.A U.S. District Court jury in Baltimore last week was unable to decide unanimously if Sgt. Bruce Blum was guilty of the misdemeanor theft charge, forcing the judge to declare a mistrial. It was up to the prosecution to decide if it would retry Blum.U.S. Attorney Lynne A. Battaglia yesterday filed a motion to dismiss the case "on the ground that proceeding this time would not be in the interest of justice."
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By Jaimee Rose and Jaimee Rose,SUN STAFF | July 9, 2001
He's after Tom Cruise, but before Tiger Woods. George Clooney only scored a head shot, but our guy warranted a full-body pose on a full-color page. Appearing in flexed-biceps glory in People magazine's "Top 50 Bachelors" issue, with only ink between him and Matt Damon, is Baltimore's own Westley Moore. He's smart, sweet and oh-so single, and he's on page 73. The ladies of Sex and the City would surely rate him a keeper. Moore, a 22-year-old Johns Hopkins University graduate and Rhodes scholar, was selected by People editors to appear in the July 2 magazine.
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By Ellen Gamerman and Ellen Gamerman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | February 5, 1999
WASHINGTON -- As the daughter at the heart of the nation's most-watched family crisis, Chelsea Clinton is increasingly becoming fair game to a media that has long agreed to avoid her as a subject."
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Sun Staff | November 9, 1997
WESTMINSTER -- It's 4 a.m., and darkness fills the engine bays and bingo hall at the Westminster Volunteer Fire Department. The only sign of life is in the kitchen, where Linda Fisher is starting her workday.While the ovens heat and butter melts in a pan on the stove, Fisher chops apples and peaches. An oldies radio station plays in the background as she moves deftly between her workstations, from mixer to stove to cutting board.Fisher expertly wields a rolling pin to flatten the dough for cinnamon buns.
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