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By Jordan Bartel and The Baltimore Sun | June 23, 2014
There was something in the musical water of 1994. Let's take another sip. A good chunk of millennials were either pre-teens or young teens in 1994 - and their budding musical tastes were informed by a wide array of memorable offerings in just about every genre. It was the post-grunge era, and alternative music ruled. But so did R&B, rap (which was getting away from party-anthems and addressing more realistic or slice-of-life tales) and pop-ish singer-songwriters. It was a year that saw the release of many seminal albums: Green Day's "Dookie," Nine Inch Nails' "The Downward Spiral," Nas' "Illmatic," Weezer's "Blue Album," Hootie and the Blowfish's "Cracked Rear View," the Notorious B.I.G's "Ready to Die. " Aaliyah, Korn, Dave Matthews Band, Brandy, Oasis, Portishead and Marilyn Manson were among the artists who released their first album in 1994.
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By Jordan Bartel and The Baltimore Sun | June 23, 2014
There was something in the musical water of 1994. Let's take another sip. A good chunk of millennials were either pre-teens or young teens in 1994 - and their budding musical tastes were informed by a wide array of memorable offerings in just about every genre. It was the post-grunge era, and alternative music ruled. But so did R&B, rap (which was getting away from party-anthems and addressing more realistic or slice-of-life tales) and pop-ish singer-songwriters. It was a year that saw the release of many seminal albums: Green Day's "Dookie," Nine Inch Nails' "The Downward Spiral," Nas' "Illmatic," Weezer's "Blue Album," Hootie and the Blowfish's "Cracked Rear View," the Notorious B.I.G's "Ready to Die. " Aaliyah, Korn, Dave Matthews Band, Brandy, Oasis, Portishead and Marilyn Manson were among the artists who released their first album in 1994.
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August 31, 1997
The Sun missed chance to cover a positive eventI am extremely disappointed to see that you did not cover the story of the Pure Love '97 rally at the Inner Harbor on August 14.More than 300 high school and college students from around the country spent the summer touring the country, holding rallies, advocating sexual abstinence before marriage and fidelity in marriage. Baltimore was the 24th of 25 cities they visited this summer. In Baltimore, the mayor sent his greetings and best wishes.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | February 5, 2013
The Lombardi Trophy finally made it inside M&T Bank Stadium after the Ravens' championship parade snaked through the streets of Baltimore. Tens of thousands of fans lined the streets of Baltimore, and M&T Bank Stadium is at full capacity. Police and stadium officials had to start turning down other fans at the doors. Downtown was so packed, even the Ravens were a little late for their own parade. After stopping off at City Hall, the Ravens arrived at the stadium via handmade floats and high-tech military vehicles.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | February 5, 2013
The Lombardi Trophy finally made it inside M&T Bank Stadium after the Ravens' championship parade snaked through the streets of Baltimore. Tens of thousands of fans lined the streets of Baltimore, and M&T Bank Stadium is at full capacity. Police and stadium officials had to start turning down other fans at the doors. Downtown was so packed, even the Ravens were a little late for their own parade. After stopping off at City Hall, the Ravens arrived at the stadium via handmade floats and high-tech military vehicles.
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Baltimore Sun staff | February 5, 2013
Baltimore Sun reporters are stationed along the parade route, from City Hall to M&T Bank Stadium. See their observations, fan interviews and other updates here. #52 Ray Lewis smiled wide to the crowd and yelled "Baltimore!" as he approached the podium. "There's no [better] place on this earth than the city of Baltimore," he said before he referenced his long career. "This city believed in each other from Day 1, 1996 to now, we believed in each other, Baltimore. " "I said this is my last ride," he told fans, "and every moment every time I've stepped into this stadium, what I've recieved is pure love.
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By Michael Ollove and Michael Ollove,SUN STAFF | August 29, 1997
In the margins where Eddie and Maureen exist, no one's surprised when bad things occur. Maureen is raped, and Eddie is clubbed on the head, and both of them barely register that anything has happened to them. Their eyes are glazed as if their thoughts are focused elsewhere.That they are. On each other. Fixedly. Unswervingly. Passionately. They are fully alive only with each other. Everything else is extraneous and disposable. Everything. Money, home, children. All that matters is being in the spotlight of the other's gaze.
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By Parijat Didolkar and Helen B. Jones | March 29, 2001
A look at segregation in Anne Arundel history From the end of the Civil War to the 1960s, public schools in Anne Arundel County were racially segregated, as they were in most of Maryland. Beginning Saturday, the story of Anne Arundel's African-American schools will be told visually at an exhibit at the Banneker-Douglass Museum called "Nothing But Pure Love for the Teachers: African-American Schools During a Century of Segregation." Wander through an actual-size replica of a one-room schoolhouse; read remembrances of the school system by former students, teachers and administrators; check out textbooks used by the children; and study a map of all the schools.
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | November 27, 1991
Time to warm those little hearts -- and the larger ones as well.The holidays, of course, are coming, and so, are stories of the season.Several audio offerings highlight the holidays, starting with Leo Buscaglia's "Seven Stories of Christmas Love" (Nightingale-Conant Audio, two hours, $14.95).Mr. Buscaglia, famous for his lectures on human relations, has an approach tailor-made for Christmas. "The spirit of Christmas is love and love is universal," he says in introducing stories "for those who have no trouble accepting miracles."
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | October 9, 1992
A woman dying of AIDS came to York House Hospice in Pennsylvania "with her spirit intact" said Joy Ufema, the hospice director."She told me she would just like to go, but she was afraid she would go to hell for being a whore," Ms. Ufema told a group of about 75 nurses and other volunteers from Carroll Hospice."
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Baltimore Sun staff | February 5, 2013
Baltimore Sun reporters are stationed along the parade route, from City Hall to M&T Bank Stadium. See their observations, fan interviews and other updates here. #52 Ray Lewis smiled wide to the crowd and yelled "Baltimore!" as he approached the podium. "There's no [better] place on this earth than the city of Baltimore," he said before he referenced his long career. "This city believed in each other from Day 1, 1996 to now, we believed in each other, Baltimore. " "I said this is my last ride," he told fans, "and every moment every time I've stepped into this stadium, what I've recieved is pure love.
NEWS
August 31, 1997
The Sun missed chance to cover a positive eventI am extremely disappointed to see that you did not cover the story of the Pure Love '97 rally at the Inner Harbor on August 14.More than 300 high school and college students from around the country spent the summer touring the country, holding rallies, advocating sexual abstinence before marriage and fidelity in marriage. Baltimore was the 24th of 25 cities they visited this summer. In Baltimore, the mayor sent his greetings and best wishes.
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By Michael Ollove and Michael Ollove,SUN STAFF | August 29, 1997
In the margins where Eddie and Maureen exist, no one's surprised when bad things occur. Maureen is raped, and Eddie is clubbed on the head, and both of them barely register that anything has happened to them. Their eyes are glazed as if their thoughts are focused elsewhere.That they are. On each other. Fixedly. Unswervingly. Passionately. They are fully alive only with each other. Everything else is extraneous and disposable. Everything. Money, home, children. All that matters is being in the spotlight of the other's gaze.
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By RONA MARECH and RONA MARECH,SUN REPORTER | March 19, 2006
Elizabeth S. Loden, a military nurse during World War II who was known for her joyful spirit, helpfulness to friends and sumptuous garden, died March 12 of pulmonary disease at her Elkridge Estates home in North Baltimore. She was 85 and had been a longtime resident of Homewood. Elizabeth Sophronia Blattner was born in Wright City, Mo. The youngest of nine children, she was orphaned at a young age and raised by her older siblings. Known to relatives and friends as Bee, she received a nursing degree from Lutheran Deaconess Hospital in St. Louis.
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By J. D. Considine and J. D. Considine,Sun Pop Music Critic | January 6, 1995
HIGHER LEARNINGMusic from the Motion Picture (550 Music/Epic Soundtrax 66944)What do Ice Cube, Tori Amos, Rage Against the Machine, Me'Shell NdegeOcello and the Brand New Heavies have in common? Musically, not much, and that's the problem with the soundtrack album from "Higher Learning." Like the students found in the film itself, the artists included on the soundtrack represent a wide range of excellence, from the guitar-driven alterna-rock of Liz Phair to the rumbling, bass-heavy hip-hop of OutKast.
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