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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | October 27, 1992
News Director Mark Pimentel is leaving WBFF-Channel 45 to take over the news operation at WXIA-TV, the NBC affiliate in Atlanta.Mr. Pimentel joined Baltimore's Fox affiliate two years ago and helped the station start a local news operation from scratch."
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From Sun staff reports | April 4, 2014
Jockey Julian Pimentel rode a pair of winners on the opening day card of the Pimlico Race Course spring meeting Thursday. The 34-year-old, who has been a top-five state rider since arriving from New Jersey in 2006, placed first with He's Achance and Glich in front of an announced crowd of 3,283. The 35-day spring meeting will feature live racing on a Thursday-through-Sunday schedule through June 7, including its signature race, the 139th Preakness on May 17. Saturday's 10-race card will feature three stakes races: the $75,000 Mister Diz Stakes for 3-year-olds and up on the turf, the $75,000 Twixt Stakes for 3-year-old Maryland-bred fillies and the $100,000 Dahlia Stakes for fillies and mares on the grass.
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July 4, 2004
On July 1, 2004, MICHAEL A.; beloved son of Michael C. and Elsa Y. (nee Pimentel) Cain; loving brother of Manuela N. Cain; fond grandson of Charles and Loretta C. (nee Brautigan) Cain, Carlos R. Pimentel and the late Manuela Pimentel; dear nephew of Lora Miller, Dawn Marie Langeheine and Sergio Pimentel; dear cousin of Angela Kahn. Also survived by many other loving relatives and friends. A Memorial Mass celebrating Michael's life will be held at Saint Isaac Jogues Catholic Church, 9125 Old Harford Road, Baltimore, MD 21234 on Saturday, July 10, 2004 at 11 A.M. Private Interment Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens.
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Sports Digest | March 9, 2014
Laurel Park Kid Cruz rallies to win Private Terms Stakes Kid Cruz charged from the back of the pack, wrested the lead in the deep stretch and drew away to win the $100,000 Private Terms Stakes over nine other 3-year-olds Saturday at Laurel Park. Julian Pimentel was aboard the Linda Rice trainee, who was claimed in November after breaking his maiden. The son of Lemon Drop Kid covered 11/8 miles in 1 minute, 54.82 seconds and paid $10.40. Joint Custody finished second, four lengths back.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | June 3, 1991
Tonight WBFF-TV (Channel 45) launches "News at Ten." And News Director Mark Pimentel says the nightly hourlong show is going to be different from anything Baltimore has seen."
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | April 21, 1993
It was billed as the "Yuppie Toy of 1985," a local bear who made good.Teddy Ruxpin, no average teddy bear he, burst onto the scene with his singing and storytelling talents. Millions were sold in two years, until the maker, Worlds of Wonder of Fremont, Calif., slid into bankruptcy.But today, the original Teddy Ruxpin is alive and well, thanks to Dr. Bearwell.The doctor is actually Clay Pimentel, 62, who worked for Worlds of Wonder fielding calls from worried children and upset parents when Teddy malfunctioned.
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By Michael Hill | October 3, 1990
Channel 45 (WBFF) has taken a major step toward its first news operation, choosing a news director for the 10 o'clock program expected to debut in the spring of 1991.Mark Pimentel will begin part-time work at the station next week, and full-time within a month as the Fox affiliate gears up for its planned nightly newscast, currently called "The News at Ten."In the next few months, Pimentel will be responsible for developing the structure of the station's news department as well as hiring personnel and coming up with a budget.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | April 24, 1991
Youth, new faces from other places and a weatherman who simultaneously plays the harmonica and drinks coffee while delivering the forecast were on display yesterday when WBFF-TV introduced its "News at Ten" anchor team.The 10 p.m. newscast from Channel 45, Baltimore's Fox affiliate, is tentatively set to launch June 3, with a newsroom staff of 35, $4.5 million worth of equipment and renovated studios/offices and an anchor desk with an average age of 31.The weeknight team will consist of Lisa Willis and Jeff Barnd as co-anchors, Max Morgan on sports, and Len Johnson as weatherman.
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By Michael Hill and Michael Hill,Evening Sun Staff | November 1, 1990
A SMALL SIGN on a former lighting fixtures store might be an indication of big changes in Baltimore's television landscape."Future Home of Fox 45 News" reads the lettering in front of what was once the Baltimore Gas Light building. Sitting as it does at the foot of Television Hill, it cannot have escaped the notice of executives of WJZ-Channel 13 and WBAL-Channel 11 as they drive to work every morning.At a cost of more than $6 million, early next year WBFF-Channel 45 is going to begin moving its entire operation into the building, originally constructed in the late '40s as a Dr. Pepper bottling plant.
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By Craig Timberg | June 21, 1991
WBFF-TV has fired its general manager, Bruce Lumpkin, less than three weeks after launching the nightly news program he helped create -- Channel 45's "News at 10."Citing "philosophical differences," station president David Smith said he relieved Mr. Lumpkin of his duties on June 14, but would not comment further."I'm not interested in saying any more because anything I say is going to be twisted around," Mr. Smith said yesterday.Mr. Lumpkin, 46, said he was "blindsided" by Mr. Smith's actions and said he could think of no philosophical differences more substantial than who should receive business cards at the station.
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From Sun staff reports | September 30, 2012
Trainer Mike Trombetta and jockey Julian Pimentel teamed up to win three races on Saturday's 11-race card at Laurel Park. The duo scored aboard first-time starter Field Pass ($9.40) in the opener, second-time starter Chelsea Road ($6) in the fifth and completed the hat trick in the 10th race when Pimentel sent Thunderous Lady ($3.80) around traffic. Pimentel rode four winners Saturday, also taking the fourth race with Cho Time ($19). "I looked at the program this morning and thought I had a chance at a big day," Pimentel said.
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July 4, 2004
On July 1, 2004, MICHAEL A.; beloved son of Michael C. and Elsa Y. (nee Pimentel) Cain; loving brother of Manuela N. Cain; fond grandson of Charles and Loretta C. (nee Brautigan) Cain, Carlos R. Pimentel and the late Manuela Pimentel; dear nephew of Lora Miller, Dawn Marie Langeheine and Sergio Pimentel; dear cousin of Angela Kahn. Also survived by many other loving relatives and friends. A Memorial Mass celebrating Michael's life will be held at Saint Isaac Jogues Catholic Church, 9125 Old Harford Road, Baltimore, MD 21234 on Saturday, July 10, 2004 at 11 A.M. Private Interment Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens.
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | April 21, 1993
It was billed as the "Yuppie Toy of 1985," a local bear who made good.Teddy Ruxpin, no average teddy bear he, burst onto the scene with his singing and storytelling talents. Millions were sold in two years, until the maker, Worlds of Wonder of Fremont, Calif., slid into bankruptcy.But today, the original Teddy Ruxpin is alive and well, thanks to Dr. Bearwell.The doctor is actually Clay Pimentel, 62, who worked for Worlds of Wonder fielding calls from worried children and upset parents when Teddy malfunctioned.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | October 27, 1992
News Director Mark Pimentel is leaving WBFF-Channel 45 to take over the news operation at WXIA-TV, the NBC affiliate in Atlanta.Mr. Pimentel joined Baltimore's Fox affiliate two years ago and helped the station start a local news operation from scratch."
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By Craig Timberg | June 21, 1991
WBFF-TV has fired its general manager, Bruce Lumpkin, less than three weeks after launching the nightly news program he helped create -- Channel 45's "News at 10."Citing "philosophical differences," station president David Smith said he relieved Mr. Lumpkin of his duties on June 14, but would not comment further."I'm not interested in saying any more because anything I say is going to be twisted around," Mr. Smith said yesterday.Mr. Lumpkin, 46, said he was "blindsided" by Mr. Smith's actions and said he could think of no philosophical differences more substantial than who should receive business cards at the station.
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By Michael Hill | June 3, 1991
LAST THURSDAY afternoon, the news team at Channel 45 (WBFF) was chomping at the proverbial bit."It's frustrating to do all this work and know nobody's seeing it," co-anchor Jeff Barnd said. "It's time to do it for real.""People around here do feel that we are ready," said Mark Pimentel, the news director. "You have to remember, we've been doing this for three months."That's how long Channel 45 has had the personnel on board for "News at Ten," its hourlong newscast that debuts at 10 p.m. tonight.
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By Michael Hill | June 3, 1991
LAST THURSDAY afternoon, the news team at Channel 45 (WBFF) was chomping at the proverbial bit."It's frustrating to do all this work and know nobody's seeing it," co-anchor Jeff Barnd said. "It's time to do it for real.""People around here do feel that we are ready," said Mark Pimentel, the news director. "You have to remember, we've been doing this for three months."That's how long Channel 45 has had the personnel on board for "News at Ten," its hourlong newscast that debuts at 10 p.m. tonight.
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By Steve McKerrow and Steve McKerrow,Evening Sun Staff | February 1, 1991
CNN REPORTER Peter Arnett's solo work on the Baghdad beat leaves some thoughtful local television viewers uneasy.Mark Pimentel, for example, is the news director for Baltimore station WBFF-Channel 45. The station's planned 10 p.m. newscast willnot begin airing until summer, so Pimentel is currently removed from making day-to-day decisions about news content.But he says he has been inevitably absorbed by Arnett's reports, such as this week's interview with Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein."As long as everybody looks at it for what it is, and how he's getting the information he's getting . . . there's probably some advantage to hearing the inside propaganda line," says Pimentel.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | June 3, 1991
Tonight WBFF-TV (Channel 45) launches "News at Ten." And News Director Mark Pimentel says the nightly hourlong show is going to be different from anything Baltimore has seen."
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | April 24, 1991
Youth, new faces from other places and a weatherman who simultaneously plays the harmonica and drinks coffee while delivering the forecast were on display yesterday when WBFF-TV introduced its "News at Ten" anchor team.The 10 p.m. newscast from Channel 45, Baltimore's Fox affiliate, is tentatively set to launch June 3, with a newsroom staff of 35, $4.5 million worth of equipment and renovated studios/offices and an anchor desk with an average age of 31.The weeknight team will consist of Lisa Willis and Jeff Barnd as co-anchors, Max Morgan on sports, and Len Johnson as weatherman.
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