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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | August 23, 2012
The perfect combination of physical and cerebral player, All-Metro middle linebacker Micah Kiser has been calling the defensive plays for Gilman since his sophomore season. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound senior leads the defending Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference champions into their season opener Sunday night against Ohio powerhouse Archbishop Moeller in Cincinnati. Kiser, who has a 3.5 grade-point average and has committed to play at Virginia, had six sacks, four interceptions and 91 tackles as a junior.
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By Andrew Conrad, aconrad@tribune.com | February 10, 2013
And we're back! After a two month break for the holidays and football playoffs, AMC's The Walking Dead returned to the airwaves Sunday night with a fairly strong effort to kick off the final eight episodes of season three. Sunday night's episode, The Suicide King , wasn't bad. There was plenty of gore, which I've sorely missed. Like when Glenn took out some frustration by performing the theatrical show Stomp on the cranium of that zombie who had been just chilling in that red pick up truck, minding his own business.
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By Andrew Conrad, aconrad@tribune.com | February 10, 2013
And we're back! After a two month break for the holidays and football playoffs, AMC's The Walking Dead returned to the airwaves Sunday night with a fairly strong effort to kick off the final eight episodes of season three. Sunday night's episode, The Suicide King , wasn't bad. There was plenty of gore, which I've sorely missed. Like when Glenn took out some frustration by performing the theatrical show Stomp on the cranium of that zombie who had been just chilling in that red pick up truck, minding his own business.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | August 23, 2012
The perfect combination of physical and cerebral player, All-Metro middle linebacker Micah Kiser has been calling the defensive plays for Gilman since his sophomore season. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound senior leads the defending Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference champions into their season opener Sunday night against Ohio powerhouse Archbishop Moeller in Cincinnati. Kiser, who has a 3.5 grade-point average and has committed to play at Virginia, had six sacks, four interceptions and 91 tackles as a junior.
NEWS
By John J. Snyder and John J. Snyder,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 26, 1999
GOOD MORNING, neighbors! I'm your new east Columbia correspondent. Natalie Harvey has left some big shoes to fill, but I'm confident I can make my mark without any disruption in the service you've come to expect. The beat is still the same -- everything that's fit to print east of U.S. 29 within the borders of our fair town. Our villages bubble over with interesting folk with great stories to tell. Our town is known as a place of active thinkers and diverse cultures. I want to highlight the daily doings that bind us together.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,SUN RESTAURANT CRITIC | March 7, 1996
There's no magic to making it in the restaurant business. You just serve huge quantities of the food everybody knows you shouldn't eat, from loaded skins to ribs with fries to black bottom cheesecake.The more we hear we should be consuming a diet heavy on whole grains, vegetables and fruits, the more of us head for Bill Bateman's Bistro.Not that you can't have a very nice salad at this college hangout/family restaurant/sports bar, but the closest most customers are going to get to a green vegetable is the celery sticks that come with the chicken wings.
NEWS
By Tonya Jameson and Tonya Jameson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 5, 1997
A month after graduating summa cum laude from the University of Maryland and giving a commencement speech, Howard County's Beth Lowenthal is ready for her next challenge.The 21-year-old former Atholton High School student is preparing for a trip to Europe and applying to graduate school.After leaving high school a year early, Lowenthal graduated from the University of Maryland College Park with a perfect 4.0 grade point average.She earned a bachelor of arts degree in French with a business concentration and minors in pre-pharmacy, German and Spanish, graduating in 4 1/2 years while working 38 hours a week as a pharmacy technician at the Giant Food store in Hickory Ridge.
NEWS
By Betty Rosbottom and Betty Rosbottom,Los Angeles Times Syndicate | August 1, 1999
When friends called several days ago saying they would be in town with their children over the weekend, I invited them to come by our house on Sunday afternoon, the only time everyone was free. I knew the couple and their four youngsters would have eaten lunch, but I still wanted to offer them something to eat during their visit. I went back and forth trying to decide between sweet and savory dishes. Finally, a trip to our local farmers' market helped me make up my mind. There I found locally grown strawberries that were so sweet and juicy they put the imported ones in the grocery stores to shame.
BUSINESS
By Bill Atkinson and Bill Atkinson,SUN STAFF | August 21, 1997
In a move to keep pace with the competition, First Union Corp. signed a definitive agreement yesterday to acquire Richmond, Va.-based brokerage Wheat First Butcher Singer Inc. in a deal valued at $471 million.The transaction was sparked by a flurry of similar deals this year by competitors Bankers Trust Corp. of New York, BankAmerica Corp. and NationsBank Corp.First Union's acquisition will create the largest retail brokerage operation in the Southeast and make it the country's eighth largest retail brokerage, the companies said.
NEWS
By MICHAEL DRESSER | March 29, 2006
This wine is a bit of a splurge, but it is well worth it for admirers of classic Napa Valley cabernet. Joseph Phelps has been producing great cabernet for three decades, and I've been around long enough to taste most vintages. This one is as fine as any young Phelps cab I've tasted - and that's saying a lot. It's about the perfect combination of youthful accessibility and long-term aging potential. The texture is velvety, and the flavors are typical Napa - black cherry, black currant, chocolate, herbs - but with just a little more nuance and roundness than most of its peers.
NEWS
By Betty Rosbottom and Betty Rosbottom,Los Angeles Times Syndicate | August 1, 1999
When friends called several days ago saying they would be in town with their children over the weekend, I invited them to come by our house on Sunday afternoon, the only time everyone was free. I knew the couple and their four youngsters would have eaten lunch, but I still wanted to offer them something to eat during their visit. I went back and forth trying to decide between sweet and savory dishes. Finally, a trip to our local farmers' market helped me make up my mind. There I found locally grown strawberries that were so sweet and juicy they put the imported ones in the grocery stores to shame.
NEWS
By John J. Snyder and John J. Snyder,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 26, 1999
GOOD MORNING, neighbors! I'm your new east Columbia correspondent. Natalie Harvey has left some big shoes to fill, but I'm confident I can make my mark without any disruption in the service you've come to expect. The beat is still the same -- everything that's fit to print east of U.S. 29 within the borders of our fair town. Our villages bubble over with interesting folk with great stories to tell. Our town is known as a place of active thinkers and diverse cultures. I want to highlight the daily doings that bind us together.
BUSINESS
By Bill Atkinson and Bill Atkinson,SUN STAFF | August 21, 1997
In a move to keep pace with the competition, First Union Corp. signed a definitive agreement yesterday to acquire Richmond, Va.-based brokerage Wheat First Butcher Singer Inc. in a deal valued at $471 million.The transaction was sparked by a flurry of similar deals this year by competitors Bankers Trust Corp. of New York, BankAmerica Corp. and NationsBank Corp.First Union's acquisition will create the largest retail brokerage operation in the Southeast and make it the country's eighth largest retail brokerage, the companies said.
NEWS
By Tonya Jameson and Tonya Jameson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 5, 1997
A month after graduating summa cum laude from the University of Maryland and giving a commencement speech, Howard County's Beth Lowenthal is ready for her next challenge.The 21-year-old former Atholton High School student is preparing for a trip to Europe and applying to graduate school.After leaving high school a year early, Lowenthal graduated from the University of Maryland College Park with a perfect 4.0 grade point average.She earned a bachelor of arts degree in French with a business concentration and minors in pre-pharmacy, German and Spanish, graduating in 4 1/2 years while working 38 hours a week as a pharmacy technician at the Giant Food store in Hickory Ridge.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,SUN RESTAURANT CRITIC | March 7, 1996
There's no magic to making it in the restaurant business. You just serve huge quantities of the food everybody knows you shouldn't eat, from loaded skins to ribs with fries to black bottom cheesecake.The more we hear we should be consuming a diet heavy on whole grains, vegetables and fruits, the more of us head for Bill Bateman's Bistro.Not that you can't have a very nice salad at this college hangout/family restaurant/sports bar, but the closest most customers are going to get to a green vegetable is the celery sticks that come with the chicken wings.
FEATURES
By Rita Calvert and Rita Calvert,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 14, 1996
A fresh summer chutney can enliven the simplest dinner, as shown here with this menu for ham and chutney with roasted potatoes. It's a perfect combination for a carefree evening meal after a hectic, hot summer day.You can roast the onions, potatoes and warm the ham all at once in the same oven. Microwave the scrubbed potatoes first to soften, and then spray with nonstick coating. Have the ingredients for the chutney mixed and ready to go after the onions are roasted. Purchase a fully cooked, sliced ham and then wrap in foil while heating.
NEWS
By CAROL MIGHTON HADDIX | May 31, 2006
May is morel season. The cute cone-shaped mushrooms pop up every spring in forests and orchards when the days get to a perfect combination of warmth and moisture. I love to celebrate the return of these miraculous mushrooms with a simple morel saute, or fricassee, flavored with ham and herbs. Carol Mighton Haddix is food editor of the Chicago Tribune, which provided the recipe and analysis. Morel Fricassee With Ham and Herbs Serves 4 -- Total time: 30 minutes 2 tablespoons olive oil or butter 1 sweet onion, sliced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 cup cooked, slivered ham or Canadian bacon 8 ounces fresh morels or other wild mushrooms, halved, brushed clean (see note)
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