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Chris Kaltenbach and The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2013
We're about 10 minutes from the start pf the 85th Academy Awards -- hope you've made the final adjustments on your Oscar betting pool. Here are a few observations from Oscar's red carpet, surely one of Earth's most fascinating (not to mention fashionable) places. The award for for first celebrity to arrive goes to Kristen Chenoweth, one of the hosts of the Oscar pre-show (it was fun to watch her be so flabbergasted that Anne Hathaway actually guessed that the mystery object she was so zealously guarding was Dorothy's ruby slippers from 'The Wizard of Oz")
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John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | February 27, 2014
Giuliana Rancic is a red carpet warrior. For the past 12 years, she's interviewed almost every celebrity as they've headed to the Academy Awards ceremony. And her fans have noticed. When Rancic joined E! News as a correspondent in 2002 and then became solo anchor and managing editor for the show in 2005, she took the program from the lowest rated on the E! Entertainment Television network to number one. Her 3 million Twitter followers attest to her strong presence on social media.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 23, 2013
Maryland made its stamp on last night's 2013 Emmy Awards in more ways than one. While locally filmed TV shows "VEEP" and "House of Cards" came away with multiple awards, there were also some fashionable winners on the red carpet. Celebrities with ties to the state were among some of the best dressed at the event, while Annapolis native and "Project Runway" winner Christian Siriano was once again the designer of choice for a certain "Mad Men" actress. Emmy winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus ("VEEP")
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 25, 2013
American designers and runway fashion trends were the main event on the 2013 Emmy Awards red carpet Sunday. Granted, many of the pieces were custom-made or won't be available until next season. But here are some great ways to find the looks, or similar ones, in local shops or through local designers. Designer Christian Siriano Christina Hendricks ("Mad Men") continued to support "Project Runway" winner and Annapolis native Christian Siriano. She wore a black lace gown from the designer.
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By John-John Williams IV and The Baltimore Sun | February 26, 2012
Stacy Keibler parted ways with the colorful frocks, which have brought her red carpet success this awards season, and opted for a rose gold Marchesa gown that left one Baltimore fashionista gushing. "You can't go wrong with Marchesa," said Zoey Washington, head of LittleBird, a Baltimore-based styling and image consulting business for teens. "What's so wonderful about the look is that even if he (George Clooney) doesn't win, he's walking away with a gold trophy. " Keibler, a Baltimore native, who is Clooney's main squeeze, accompanied the best actor nominee in an a symmetrical one-shoulder gown that gathered at the hip with a flowery embellishment.
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April 22, 2013
Harford County Public Library rolled out the red carpet for teens and their families at the Abingdon Library in March at a special screening and awards ceremony for the teen Film This! Book Trailers contest. Throughout the winter months, teens created and submitted short videos showcasing a favorite book, similar to a movie trailer. At the premiere, the finalist videos were viewed and the winners announced. Peter Stauffer was awarded first place for his "Chasing the Falconers" book trailer.
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By Tanika White and Tanika White,Sun reporter | August 28, 2006
The Emmy Awards are not the Oscars, but it was hard to tell on last night's red carpet as stars from prime time's most celebrated shows posed for cameras in elegant, sober, sophisticated, reined-in fashions. That's not to say the fashions were boring. On the contrary, the looks seemed fresh and many of them even fashion-forward. The newest trend unveiled at the television awards ceremony was purple. From lavenders and lilacs to eggplant and deep violet, purple was the "it" color to wear.
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By PATT MORRISON | March 3, 2006
The red carpet - it's got a casualty rate worse than a Dick Cheney hunting trip. The Rivers women, Joan and Melissa, have been busted to the TV Guide Channel, where they have to do their snarky shtick squashed into a horizontally split screen while listings for Japanese anime and celebrity poker shows roll queasily below them. Comic Kathy Griffin got sent back down to the minors for joking about a 10-year-old actress going into rehab. And Isaac Mizrahi, the gay fashion designer, was unrepentant after committing what sure looked to me like misdemeanor battery on live TV at the Golden Globes, squeezing one actress' breasts and asking another about her nether hair.
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN REPORTER | February 26, 2007
Hollywood magic worked its most potent spell last night on Abigail Breslin. With whimsical sleight-of-hand, the preteen Cinderella was transformed from the gawky, bespectacled beauty pageant contender she played in Little Miss Sunshine, to a composed little princess, worthy of any crown. Her red-carpet transformation came during last night's presentation of the 79th Academy Awards, a razzle-dazzle evening of visual delights. Abigail turned up in what resembled an "Easter basket dress," said Joanne Stoner, founder of eDressMe.
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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,SUN STAFF | December 21, 2002
Boston College stuffed the football prospect with lobster and steak and took him on a tour of Fenway Park. Notre Dame painted his name on a varsity locker, then flashed it in bright lights on its scoreboard. This weekend, it's Maryland's turn to try to turn Ambrose Wooden's head - as well as his arms and legs - toward College Park for the next four years. One highlight: a catered dinner held last night at the home of coach Ralph Friedgen. It's the height of recruiting season for Wooden, Gilman School's prized quarterback, and hundreds of other Division I college wannabes.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 23, 2013
Maryland made its stamp on last night's 2013 Emmy Awards in more ways than one. While locally filmed TV shows "VEEP" and "House of Cards" came away with multiple awards, there were also some fashionable winners on the red carpet. Celebrities with ties to the state were among some of the best dressed at the event, while Annapolis native and "Project Runway" winner Christian Siriano was once again the designer of choice for a certain "Mad Men" actress. Emmy winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus ("VEEP")
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The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2013
Michael Phelps looked like he was enjoying himself at the ESPY Awards in Los Angeles this evening. Dressed in a dark suit instead of a swim suit, and with Golf Channel reporter Win McMurry on his arm as he walked the red carpet, retirement seemed to agree with the Olympian. Phelps stopped outside the Nokia Theatre for an interview with ESPN's Max Kellerman and Marcellus Wiley, where he was asked about his friendship with fellow retiree Ray Lewis and what he's been doing (golfing)
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April 22, 2013
Harford County Public Library rolled out the red carpet for teens and their families at the Abingdon Library in March at a special screening and awards ceremony for the teen Film This! Book Trailers contest. Throughout the winter months, teens created and submitted short videos showcasing a favorite book, similar to a movie trailer. At the premiere, the finalist videos were viewed and the winners announced. Peter Stauffer was awarded first place for his "Chasing the Falconers" book trailer.
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Chris Kaltenbach and The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2013
We're about 10 minutes from the start pf the 85th Academy Awards -- hope you've made the final adjustments on your Oscar betting pool. Here are a few observations from Oscar's red carpet, surely one of Earth's most fascinating (not to mention fashionable) places. The award for for first celebrity to arrive goes to Kristen Chenoweth, one of the hosts of the Oscar pre-show (it was fun to watch her be so flabbergasted that Anne Hathaway actually guessed that the mystery object she was so zealously guarding was Dorothy's ruby slippers from 'The Wizard of Oz")
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | February 23, 2013
Errol Webber has an unfair advantage when it comes to Oscar parties. He actually has an Oscar, handed out on stage during an Academy Awards ceremony. And it'll be there for all his guests to admire, pose with any maybe even hold for a few seconds when Webber hosts his first Oscar party Sunday night. "I don't think there are many actual Oscars in Baltimore right now," says Webber, who was the cinematographer on the 2010 Oscar-winning documentary "Music by Prudence.
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By Sam Sessa | February 22, 2013
Ed Reed has been many things: a future Hall of Fame safety, a reclusive, enigmatic football player. This Sunday, he'll take on another, slightly more colorful role -- Oscars correspondent for the NFL Network. Reed will cover the red carpet for a special edition of The Rich Eisen Podcast, which will air at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday on the network. While he might not seem like it to the average football fan, Reed was an obvious choice for Eisen. "He's a real person who happens to be a Hall of Fame talent," Eisen said.
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By Emili Vesilind and Emili Vesilind,LOS ANGELES TIMES | February 11, 2008
The red carpet at the 50th Annual Grammy Awards threw into sharp relief just how safe female musicians are required to play it these days when it comes to their image. The steady stream of jewel-toned gowns, softly waved tresses and unremarkable diamond baubles was eerily similar to the red carpet scene at the Screen Actor Guild Awards a few weeks ago. Since when did pop and rock stars start dressing like actresses? Rock 'n' roll rebellion may have been in short supply, but classically pretty ensembles were everywhere.
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By RAY FRAGER | July 8, 2005
IT HAD TO come to this. As we skitter down the path to ever greater sportainment, the conventions of Hollywood insinuate themselves into our athletic events. In that vein, Tuesday's baseball All-Star Game will be preceded by Fox Sports Net's All-Star Game Red Carpet Special (7 p.m., Comcast SportsNet). Yes, we're talking about a version of the "red carpet" programs we've come to love or loathe from the Oscars, Emmys or other awards shows. Once upon a time, it was just a matter of Army Archerd asking a few benign questions to the stars arriving for the Academy Awards.
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February 11, 2013
Welcome to Mardi Gras week. Even on a Monday, Internet users have plenty to gawk at as New Orleans avoids allowing a celebration to get in the way of a shooting, the Pope resigns for the  first time since the Middle Ages, and Jack White brings down (maybe) the wrath of the FCC. Don't worry, though: A kind soul has drawn Calvin and Hobbes into real-life scenes, giving us an escape hatch into a fantasy world of talking tigers. A roundup of popular topics: || TRENDING ONLINE || Pope Benedict XVI , #Pope (Google Plus, Twitter)
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | February 8, 2013
Christina Spearman dug out her best high school formal gown, took the day off work and headed down to the Inner Harbor on Friday morning to realize the dream of a lifetime. She was getting an Oscar. OK, that's a stretch. What she was actually getting, thanks to an 11-city Oscar Roadtrip that stopped in Baltimore, was the chance to pose with an Oscar — to hold the 81/2-pound gold-plated statuette for a few seconds and have her picture snapped with it. But the degree of difference between her and the movie folks who actually will walk away with an Oscar on Feb. 24, when the Academy Awards are presented in Hollywood, was pretty minimal.
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