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By LIZ SMITH and LIZ SMITH,Tribune Media Services | February 20, 2008
YOU WANT to do nudes?" "Uh, yeah. It'd be nice, don't you think?" "But what about my scar?" "Oh, don't worry, we'll retouch it." That was the initial exchange between Marilyn Monroe and photographer Bert Stern, as he tried to persuade her to pose in the semi-nude in 1962. (The scar was recent, the result of gall bladder surgery.) Marilyn agreed, under that condition - her scar would be retouched. She had not arrived ready to be photographed naked. This was, after all, a sophisticated session for Vogue magazine, something different, a nod to the changes in her image she realized had to happen.
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By a Baltimore Sun Staff Writer | October 28, 2011
Divine lives! Proving it's impossible to keep a good Baltimore drag queen down, even one who's been dead for 23 years, Charm City's own Divine is back this week, in the pages of Entertainment Weekly. As part of its feature on comedian Melissa McCarthy, EW dressed the recent Emmy winner (for "Mike & Molly") and star of this summer's "Bridesmaids" in a variety of guises - including the gloriously plus-sized Divine. No word yet on whether McCarthy will be showing up in any John Waters movies.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 2010
Jane Randall , a 19-year-old graduate of Roland Park Country School, will be one of 14 contestants on the upcoming season of " America's Next Top Model," which premieres Sept. 8. The five-foot-nine Randall lists Ralph Lauren as her favorite designer, sandals as her favorite shoe and coffee as her must-have photo shoot accessory. Each episode, contestants complete a challenge that usually results in some type of prize, and a photo shoot. The picture from that photo shoot is then evaluated by a group of judges headed by Banks, which leads to an elimination.
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By Marissa Gallo | September 28, 2011
It was all about new prizes, new catchphrases and history repeating itself in Wednesday's episode. Oh, and AC Slater was there, too. The 12 ladies tried to let their personalities shine in an interview with "Extra's" Mario Lopez, then had a photo shoot on stilts - literally. In a first in "Top Model" history, the girl with the worst photo wasn't cut. Such is the magic of winning immunity during a challenge. Because of this little twist, we said goodbye to one of our favorite models.
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By Joe Mathews and Joe Mathews,SUN STAFF | February 9, 1996
It was too cold and rainy to sell fruit yesterday, but Anthony "Frog" Savoy groomed his pony, Michelle, and put her in the harness so the photographer from Philadelphia could take pictures and put them on the Internet."
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By Michael Grunwald and Michael Grunwald,BOSTON GLOBE | November 26, 1995
It is time to kill the celebrity profile, to drive a stake through the whole genre. Or at least to authorize the public flogging of these self-indulgent celebrity profilers who tell us all about themselves and their anxieties and what fun they had eating arugula or getting a massage with the star before they degenerate into fatuous psychobabble.December's Esquire has a case study of the first-person star profile, Martha Sherrill's sycophantic six-page summary of her lunch and photo shoot with Jim Carrey -- and the trouble she had writing it:"I began to feel the anxiety welling up in me. How was I supposed to explain this man, who, at thirty-three, had become the only thing happening in Hollywood, comedywise?"
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By TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES | July 21, 2008
Mamma Mia!, the international stage musical? It's selling out, SRO, in its normal manner. For years I've been quoted in endless ads as saying this show is "the most fun on Broadway." A lot of insiders tut-tutted this and are already looking askance at the film. But now I can add that this phenomenon will be the most fun for summer movie fans as well. And if you didn't like the super angst and materialism of Sex and the City, here you'll find three female friends (and one daughter) who are charming and also good-hearted, giddy and able to take a joke on themselves and their genre.
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By Pat Brodowski and Pat Brodowski,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 22, 2001
A HAMPSTEAD BABY dressed as a frog will smile at readers of a national baby magazine in its October issue. Logan Harold Dolliver, 11 months Saturday, can't walk or talk, but he knows how to smile for the camera. He's smiling in his 2-day-old portrait and every monthly portrait since then. Whenever his parents, Lisa and Harold Dolliver II, pick up a camera, Logan's big brown eyes light up. Lisa Dolliver took her cherub to a Maryland modeling agency and was sent to New York. "They loved him to pieces.
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By Tyeesha Dixon and Tyeesha Dixon,Sun reporter | March 29, 2008
The victim's father reached over to grab his wife's hand. He closed his eyes briefly after the judge announced a guilty verdict. Alan Meade Beier, a former Howard County teacher, was convicted yesterday in Ellicott City of two charges stemming from an incident last year in which he undressed and photographed a 16-year-old student naked in his classroom. "It's undisputed that the defendant pulled [the victim's] pants down on two separate occasions during the photo shoot," said Howard County Circuit Judge Diane O. Leasure.
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July 26, 2005
DURING THE Summer Olympics in Athens, the eyes of the world were focused on Baltimore's Michael Phelps, and sometimes it was because his swimming suit rested so low on his hips, it looked like there might be a wardrobe malfunction at any moment. Phelps' remarkable body is on display again, both at the swimming world championships in Montreal this week and in a new advertising campaign for Speedo, maker of swimsuits. In one of the fashion-style photos for Speedo, Phelps is again wearing swim gear that gives new meaning to the expression "hip-hugging."
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 5, 2010
As a goalie for Princeton University's women's lacrosse team, Jane Randall was loaded down with protective gear in order to thwart a barrage of shots as opponents attempted to score. When she decided to ditch the bulky getup in favor of the glitzier haute couture as a contestant on this season of "America's Next Top Model," Randall opened herself to the realities of high-fashion modeling, which can at times be cutthroat, harsh, and downright mean. And that's just from the judges.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 2010
Jane Randall , a 19-year-old graduate of Roland Park Country School, will be one of 14 contestants on the upcoming season of " America's Next Top Model," which premieres Sept. 8. The five-foot-nine Randall lists Ralph Lauren as her favorite designer, sandals as her favorite shoe and coffee as her must-have photo shoot accessory. Each episode, contestants complete a challenge that usually results in some type of prize, and a photo shoot. The picture from that photo shoot is then evaluated by a group of judges headed by Banks, which leads to an elimination.
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By TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES | July 21, 2008
Mamma Mia!, the international stage musical? It's selling out, SRO, in its normal manner. For years I've been quoted in endless ads as saying this show is "the most fun on Broadway." A lot of insiders tut-tutted this and are already looking askance at the film. But now I can add that this phenomenon will be the most fun for summer movie fans as well. And if you didn't like the super angst and materialism of Sex and the City, here you'll find three female friends (and one daughter) who are charming and also good-hearted, giddy and able to take a joke on themselves and their genre.
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By Tyeesha Dixon and Tyeesha Dixon,Sun reporter | March 29, 2008
The victim's father reached over to grab his wife's hand. He closed his eyes briefly after the judge announced a guilty verdict. Alan Meade Beier, a former Howard County teacher, was convicted yesterday in Ellicott City of two charges stemming from an incident last year in which he undressed and photographed a 16-year-old student naked in his classroom. "It's undisputed that the defendant pulled [the victim's] pants down on two separate occasions during the photo shoot," said Howard County Circuit Judge Diane O. Leasure.
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By LIZ SMITH and LIZ SMITH,Tribune Media Services | February 20, 2008
YOU WANT to do nudes?" "Uh, yeah. It'd be nice, don't you think?" "But what about my scar?" "Oh, don't worry, we'll retouch it." That was the initial exchange between Marilyn Monroe and photographer Bert Stern, as he tried to persuade her to pose in the semi-nude in 1962. (The scar was recent, the result of gall bladder surgery.) Marilyn agreed, under that condition - her scar would be retouched. She had not arrived ready to be photographed naked. This was, after all, a sophisticated session for Vogue magazine, something different, a nod to the changes in her image she realized had to happen.
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By STEPHEN KIEHL and STEPHEN KIEHL,SUN REPORTER | February 23, 2006
The Oscar season is in full swing -- the awards will be presented March 5 -- and that means Prestigious Magazines have hired Important Photographers to put together photo spreads of the stars. Already, The New York Times Magazine and Vanity Fair have come out with their Oscar portfolios. Nowadays it doesn't suffice to simply present interesting photos of actors. That will not do. You've got to have props in today's photo shoots. Or nudity. Or both. And so the photographers employed ropes, face paint, pacifiers, breasts, baby dolls, bling and more.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 5, 2010
As a goalie for Princeton University's women's lacrosse team, Jane Randall was loaded down with protective gear in order to thwart a barrage of shots as opponents attempted to score. When she decided to ditch the bulky getup in favor of the glitzier haute couture as a contestant on this season of "America's Next Top Model," Randall opened herself to the realities of high-fashion modeling, which can at times be cutthroat, harsh, and downright mean. And that's just from the judges.
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By CASSANDRA A. FORTIN and CASSANDRA A. FORTIN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 8, 2006
Vincent Licari knelt down next to an elegant black dress draped over a mannequin and gathered a swath of material. "This is some of the finest Italian-made silk in the world," he said, holding the luxurious fabric up to the light. "Look at the edge. It looks like velvet and it doesn't fray, even when you rub it." He walked across the room at his Fallston home to an exquisite gown with a decollete neckline and hand-sewn spangled beads. "This material is incredible," said Licari, almost mesmerized by the fabric as he grasped it lightly.
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By CASSANDRA A. FORTIN and CASSANDRA A. FORTIN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 8, 2006
Vincent Licari knelt down next to an elegant black dress draped over a mannequin and gathered a swath of material. "This is some of the finest Italian-made silk in the world," he said, holding the luxurious fabric up to the light. "Look at the edge. It looks like velvet and it doesn't fray, even when you rub it." He walked across the room at his Fallston home to an exquisite gown with a decollete neckline and hand-sewn spangled beads. "This material is incredible," said Licari, almost mesmerized by the fabric as he grasped it lightly.
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July 26, 2005
DURING THE Summer Olympics in Athens, the eyes of the world were focused on Baltimore's Michael Phelps, and sometimes it was because his swimming suit rested so low on his hips, it looked like there might be a wardrobe malfunction at any moment. Phelps' remarkable body is on display again, both at the swimming world championships in Montreal this week and in a new advertising campaign for Speedo, maker of swimsuits. In one of the fashion-style photos for Speedo, Phelps is again wearing swim gear that gives new meaning to the expression "hip-hugging."
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