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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2011
This Pug could be a model. Oh wait -- he sort of is! He's almost on the runway. The dog tried to steal the show the other day at the Maria Grachvogel Spring/Summer 2012 collection show during London Fashion Week. He looks very stylish to me.  
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | January 31, 2014
Seduction and rebellion are at the heart of "12 O'Clock Boys," Maryland Institute College of Art alum Lotfy Nathan's extraordinary exploration of Baltimore's outlaw dirt bike culture, as seen through the eyes of a 12-year-old boy desperately yearning to be part of it. For three years, beginning in spring 2010, Nathan and his cameras track the youngster, who goes by the nickname Pug. The camera watches as Pug is seduced by the speed, by the outrageousness and...
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By ELIZABETH LARGE | October 17, 2007
Michael DePasquale Jr. has three pugs, and pugs like to eat, so naturally -- he says -- he named his new coal-fired pizzeria in Perry Hall Phat Pug (8841A Bel Air Road). As far as I know, it's the area's first and only pizza cooked in a coal oven, which produces a hotter fire and a crispier crust. People seem to love it. DePasquale, flush with the success of his new venture, says he's going to expand "from here to Miami." He's already started, with plans to open Phat Pugs in Federal Hill on Fort Avenue and Fells Point, either on Thames Street or off Broadway, in the next couple of months.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2011
This Pug could be a model. Oh wait -- he sort of is! He's almost on the runway. The dog tried to steal the show the other day at the Maria Grachvogel Spring/Summer 2012 collection show during London Fashion Week. He looks very stylish to me.  
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,Staff Writer | May 6, 1992
Some dogs and their owners are exceptionally content together.Take Clint Tucker and his Pug, Billy Boy. It's enough just to see the two together. First there is the satisfied look on Mr. Tucker's face when he is holding his Pug. And, there is the haughty and positive look his Pug bestows on the world from the comfort of his owner's arms.Mr. Tucker says it was meant to be.''My wife, Lee Ann, and I were at the National Pug Specialty in Allentown, Pa., about seven months ago showing our other Pug. And Billy Boy was for sale by his breeder.
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | January 31, 2014
Seduction and rebellion are at the heart of "12 O'Clock Boys," Maryland Institute College of Art alum Lotfy Nathan's extraordinary exploration of Baltimore's outlaw dirt bike culture, as seen through the eyes of a 12-year-old boy desperately yearning to be part of it. For three years, beginning in spring 2010, Nathan and his cameras track the youngster, who goes by the nickname Pug. The camera watches as Pug is seduced by the speed, by the outrageousness and...
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February 8, 2011
Bridgestone's beaver Dom Amore Hartford Courant First, a confession: I've never completely bought into the Super Bowl commercials hype. I've always seen it as brilliant, but transparent, commercial-for-the-commercial, to make us pay attention instead of going to the remote, the john or the buffet area. But rather than be left out of water cooler conversations, I do sneak a peek. Nothing Sunday really jumped out; it won't go down as a great game for commercials.
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By Tom Dunkel and Tom Dunkel,SUN STAFF | December 17, 2004
In a burst of fitness creativity, people have been known to devise push-up games using a deck of cards. Those people are about to experience a why-didn't-I-think-of-that? moment. Phil Black, a 34-year-old certified fitness instructor, former Navy SEAL and Harvard business school graduate, is taking that concept public in the form of FitDeck: 46 shuffleable cards featuring 46 diagrammed calisthenics (including stomach crunches, the "bear crawl" and six kinds of push-ups) that can be done at various skill levels.
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By JAY HANCOCK | March 28, 2004
DON'T LOOK now, but Karl Marx is back, and he's wearing a Rolex watch and an Armani suit. The workers of the world have woken up to find they own big portions of corporate America through stock in their pension funds, and now they're rising in righteous anger to set things straight. Or so you might think. This is proxy season, when shareholders vote on directors, executive pay and other corporate matters. The number of initiatives from dissident stock owners figures to hit a record, and union and government pension funds are leading the parade.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | July 16, 1997
Her real name is Buttons, but this pet Shih Tzu now might be called Lucky.Baltimore firefighters rescued the frightened gray dog from the basement of a burned-out rowhouse yesterday and revived her on the front lawn as neighbors applauded."
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February 8, 2011
Bridgestone's beaver Dom Amore Hartford Courant First, a confession: I've never completely bought into the Super Bowl commercials hype. I've always seen it as brilliant, but transparent, commercial-for-the-commercial, to make us pay attention instead of going to the remote, the john or the buffet area. But rather than be left out of water cooler conversations, I do sneak a peek. Nothing Sunday really jumped out; it won't go down as a great game for commercials.
NEWS
By ELIZABETH LARGE | October 17, 2007
Michael DePasquale Jr. has three pugs, and pugs like to eat, so naturally -- he says -- he named his new coal-fired pizzeria in Perry Hall Phat Pug (8841A Bel Air Road). As far as I know, it's the area's first and only pizza cooked in a coal oven, which produces a hotter fire and a crispier crust. People seem to love it. DePasquale, flush with the success of his new venture, says he's going to expand "from here to Miami." He's already started, with plans to open Phat Pugs in Federal Hill on Fort Avenue and Fells Point, either on Thames Street or off Broadway, in the next couple of months.
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By Tom Dunkel and Tom Dunkel,SUN STAFF | December 17, 2004
In a burst of fitness creativity, people have been known to devise push-up games using a deck of cards. Those people are about to experience a why-didn't-I-think-of-that? moment. Phil Black, a 34-year-old certified fitness instructor, former Navy SEAL and Harvard business school graduate, is taking that concept public in the form of FitDeck: 46 shuffleable cards featuring 46 diagrammed calisthenics (including stomach crunches, the "bear crawl" and six kinds of push-ups) that can be done at various skill levels.
BUSINESS
By JAY HANCOCK | March 28, 2004
DON'T LOOK now, but Karl Marx is back, and he's wearing a Rolex watch and an Armani suit. The workers of the world have woken up to find they own big portions of corporate America through stock in their pension funds, and now they're rising in righteous anger to set things straight. Or so you might think. This is proxy season, when shareholders vote on directors, executive pay and other corporate matters. The number of initiatives from dissident stock owners figures to hit a record, and union and government pension funds are leading the parade.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | July 16, 1997
Her real name is Buttons, but this pet Shih Tzu now might be called Lucky.Baltimore firefighters rescued the frightened gray dog from the basement of a burned-out rowhouse yesterday and revived her on the front lawn as neighbors applauded."
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,Staff Writer | May 6, 1992
Some dogs and their owners are exceptionally content together.Take Clint Tucker and his Pug, Billy Boy. It's enough just to see the two together. First there is the satisfied look on Mr. Tucker's face when he is holding his Pug. And, there is the haughty and positive look his Pug bestows on the world from the comfort of his owner's arms.Mr. Tucker says it was meant to be.''My wife, Lee Ann, and I were at the National Pug Specialty in Allentown, Pa., about seven months ago showing our other Pug. And Billy Boy was for sale by his breeder.
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By Ray Frager | October 12, 2008
Somebody Up There Likes Me 8 p.m. [Turner Classic Movies] TCM is running several Paul Newman movies, including this biopic of boxer Rocky Graziano. The Time magazine review in 1956 said: "Paul Newman brings to awesome life the jungle qualities implicit in a slum childhood." From Variety: "Paul Newman's talent is large and flexible." And from The New York Times: "He plays the role of Graziano well, making the pug and Marlon Brando almost indistinguishable. He is funny, tough and pathetic in that slouching, rolling, smirking Brando style, but with a quite apparent simulation of the mannerisms of the former middleweight champ."
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2011
NAME : Lola NICKNAME : Lulu, Lo OWNER : Jenn and Herby HOW THEY MET : The Internet, it was love at first sight AGE : One year HOME : Davidsonville BREED : Pug FAVORITE ACTIVITIES : Snuggling, helping with laundry, visiting grandma and grandpa and playing with the horses BEST TRICKS : Gathering all the leaves in the yard FAVORITE FOODS : Steak, hot dogs and...
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