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By Matt Vensel | April 28, 2011
In yesterday's "Your Turn" post, we discussed bust candidates from this year's NFL draft. So with the first round taking place tonight at Radio City Music Hall in New York, let's be positive and turn our attention to the future superstars of this draft class. LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson, Texas A&M linebacker Von Miller and Alabama defensive tackle Marcell Dareus are considered to be this year's can't-miss prospects. Auburn quarterback Cam Newton -- who a few of you predicted would be the draft's biggest bust yesterday -- has a lot of upside, though, as does his Auburn teammate Nick Fairley and Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has been showing a lot of love for the bicentennial of the Battle of Baltimore and the poem Francis Scott Key was inspired to write after witnessing the bombardment of Fort McHenry. The BSO celebrated that anniversary on Sept. 13 during the nationally televised Star-Spangled Spectacular concert at Pier Six, then kept the theme going for its annual gala, an all-American concert held Saturday night at Meyerhoff Hall. There was a good deal of novelty on the short program (in between dinner and dessert offered for premium gala-goers in a tent set up outside)
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By Matt Vensel | March 16, 2011
The labor union formerly known as the NFL Players Association is trying to convince the top college prospects to boycott next month's NFL draft. That protest would deny these young men the chance to soak in the whole experience of walking up on stage at Radio City Music Hall, putting on their new team's hat and posing for a few goofy pictures with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. "I just think it's a shame for young men that are starting their careers in the NFL, that are having that once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to come across the stage, become an NFL player for the first time [to not be able to attend the draft]
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By Julie Scharper and Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2013
After 18 months of darkness, the lights at the Senator Theatre will shine again this week. A new art deco chandelier gleams inside the landmark movie palace. Carefully repainted acrobats and Harlequin clowns prance along the lobby's circular mural. And, for the first time in the Senator's 74-year history, theatergoers will be able to watch movies on not one, but four screens. Residents and film fans expect the $3.5 million renovation - which involved more than $1.6 million in public loans and grants - to invigorate the Senator's North Baltimore neighborhood while introducing a new generation to a theater that glows with the glamour of the golden age of cinema.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has been showing a lot of love for the bicentennial of the Battle of Baltimore and the poem Francis Scott Key was inspired to write after witnessing the bombardment of Fort McHenry. The BSO celebrated that anniversary on Sept. 13 during the nationally televised Star-Spangled Spectacular concert at Pier Six, then kept the theme going for its annual gala, an all-American concert held Saturday night at Meyerhoff Hall. There was a good deal of novelty on the short program (in between dinner and dessert offered for premium gala-goers in a tent set up outside)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Julie Scharper and Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2013
After 18 months of darkness, the lights at the Senator Theatre will shine again this week. A new art deco chandelier gleams inside the landmark movie palace. Carefully repainted acrobats and Harlequin clowns prance along the lobby's circular mural. And, for the first time in the Senator's 74-year history, theatergoers will be able to watch movies on not one, but four screens. Residents and film fans expect the $3.5 million renovation - which involved more than $1.6 million in public loans and grants - to invigorate the Senator's North Baltimore neighborhood while introducing a new generation to a theater that glows with the glamour of the golden age of cinema.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,Sun Staff Writer | December 11, 1994
New York -- The price of a soft drink at Radio City Music Hall is $5, with or without beverage. Most people fork over the five spot for the souvenir cup.Everything is big at 6th Avenue and 50th Street, where the annual "Christmas Spectacular" is in hyperkinetic frenzy until Jan. 8. The show, as well as the theater where it plays, have become American entertainment treasures.People line up in the cold for the chance to sit in the vast, streamlined auditorium to see the Radio City Rockettes kick and pound a stage so big it looks larger than the state of Delaware.
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September 26, 2006
Good morning --Matt Stover-- Most reliable leg this side of Radio City Music Hall.
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November 13, 1990
Dundalk Community College is sponoring a bus trip to New York this month. Buses leave the campus Nov. 24 at 7 a.m. and return at about 2 a.m. Nov. 25.Tickets are $55 for the general public. Seniors and DCC students, faculty members, and staff members pay $45.The ticket price includes admission to a Rockettes show in Radio City Music Hall. For more information, call 285-9850.
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April 2, 2003
On April 1, 2003, ELSIE M. MARCHINO (nee Mackenzie), a former Rockette dancer for Radio City Music Hall; beloved wife of the late Thomas E. Marchino; devoted sister of Vincent Cordoni of California and Dolores Drimmer of New York; loving aunt of Ronald Dochter of Bel Air, MD, and Denise Barkley of New Jersey. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air, Inc., 610 West MacPhail Road (at route 24), on Thursday 11 to 12 noon, at which time Funeral Services will be held.
SPORTS
By Matt Vensel | April 28, 2011
In yesterday's "Your Turn" post, we discussed bust candidates from this year's NFL draft. So with the first round taking place tonight at Radio City Music Hall in New York, let's be positive and turn our attention to the future superstars of this draft class. LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson, Texas A&M linebacker Von Miller and Alabama defensive tackle Marcell Dareus are considered to be this year's can't-miss prospects. Auburn quarterback Cam Newton -- who a few of you predicted would be the draft's biggest bust yesterday -- has a lot of upside, though, as does his Auburn teammate Nick Fairley and Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green.
SPORTS
By Matt Vensel | March 16, 2011
The labor union formerly known as the NFL Players Association is trying to convince the top college prospects to boycott next month's NFL draft. That protest would deny these young men the chance to soak in the whole experience of walking up on stage at Radio City Music Hall, putting on their new team's hat and posing for a few goofy pictures with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. "I just think it's a shame for young men that are starting their careers in the NFL, that are having that once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to come across the stage, become an NFL player for the first time [to not be able to attend the draft]
FEATURES
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,Sun Staff Writer | December 11, 1994
New York -- The price of a soft drink at Radio City Music Hall is $5, with or without beverage. Most people fork over the five spot for the souvenir cup.Everything is big at 6th Avenue and 50th Street, where the annual "Christmas Spectacular" is in hyperkinetic frenzy until Jan. 8. The show, as well as the theater where it plays, have become American entertainment treasures.People line up in the cold for the chance to sit in the vast, streamlined auditorium to see the Radio City Rockettes kick and pound a stage so big it looks larger than the state of Delaware.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck | January 12, 1999
The dates for the gritty, urban Australian dance show, "Dein Perry's Steel City," at the Lyric Opera House, have been changed from Feb. 2-7 to April 6-11. The delay is due to the size of the show, which will travel in at least 10 trucks, requiring multiple days to load the set into each theater, according to Nicholas A. Litrenta, president of Performing Arts Productions, which books the Lyric.The production makes its American debut at New York's Radio City Music Hall on Jan. 26.Tickets to the Lyric engagement will not be reissued.
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By J. WYNN ROUSUCK and J. WYNN ROUSUCK,SUN THEATER CRITIC | June 11, 2006
New York - Sixties' doo-wop, Roaring '20s syncopation, '80s disco and Great Depression blues. Song titles like "Big Girls Don't Cry" "Fancy Dress," "Saturday Night in the City" and "What About Love?" These musical styles and songs belong to the four shows competing for best new musical at tonight's Tony Awards ceremony (8-11 p.m., WJZ-Channel 13). The shows might not appear to have much in common: They take place in separate eras; they look and sound dissimilar; they have disparate plots; and their characters have different goals.
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