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June 5, 2003
Here is contact information for the Red Hat Society, subject of a cover story by Susan Reimer in Tuesday's Today section. Women interested in finding a Red Hat Society chapter in their area should e-mail Dee Vallair and the Red Hat Hons of Baltimore at redhathons@hot mail.com.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2014
Have you ever looked at your Orioles hat collection and wished you could find a gaudy red number to add to it? Major League Baseball has you covered. This year's "Stars & Stripes" hat, presumably to be worn in Boston when the Orioles take on the Red Sox at 1:35 p.m. on the Fourth of July, is an improvement on last year's gray number. Check out the link to the MLB shop here . The red hat, which features a navy blue brim, and a blue-and-white Oriole bird inside a star-shaped flag, at least shows fans who are going to shell out $37.99 that they're getting a hat distinguishable from the original lid. Gaudy as it may be, it's actually not a terrible look.
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NEWS
June 2, 1994
POLICE LOG* Town Center: 10300 block of Little Patuxent Parkway: Employees at Gordon Jewelers in The Mall told police that a man who'd asked to see rings grabbed the jewelry, pushed a clerk to the floor and fled Tuesday night. The man was described as black, in his 20s and was wearing a red hat, blue T-shirt and green nylon pants. He was last seen riding away in a small green sports car driven by another man, police said.
EXPLORE
September 3, 2012
100 Years Ago Hail to red hats In the Times news briefs: "Hail 16 inches deep is reported in Frederick, upper Howard and Carroll counties last Wednesday night. "The hail storm Wednesday night killed 500 English sparrows in part of Baltimore county. Let's have another hail storm. " This sounds harsh, but it would be many decades until PC - political correctness - was invented. And, since at that time people were slaughtering beautiful, exotic birds at an alarming rate, the sequitur is that little brown sparrows would rate little compassion.
BUSINESS
December 19, 2004
A weekly briefing on the economic calendar Event of the week Personal income and spending are released Thursday. Income was up 0.6 percent in October, while spending rose 0.7 percent. Briefing.com estimates both will rise 0.3 percent for November. Monday Leading indicators for November Earnings reports: American Health, Standard Micro Tuesday Earnings reports: ATI Tech, Bear Stearns, Gtech Holdings, Morgan Stanley, General Mills, Applied Signal, Paychex Wednesday Final gross domestic product numbers for the third quarter Earnings reports: A.G. Edwards, ConAgra, Micron, PalmSource, Red Hat Thursday Durable goods orders for November Personal income and spending for November New-home sales for November Revised University of Michigan consumer sentiment report for December
EXPLORE
September 3, 2012
100 Years Ago Hail to red hats In the Times news briefs: "Hail 16 inches deep is reported in Frederick, upper Howard and Carroll counties last Wednesday night. "The hail storm Wednesday night killed 500 English sparrows in part of Baltimore county. Let's have another hail storm. " This sounds harsh, but it would be many decades until PC - political correctness - was invented. And, since at that time people were slaughtering beautiful, exotic birds at an alarming rate, the sequitur is that little brown sparrows would rate little compassion.
NEWS
By Bill Talbott and Bill Talbott,Sun Staff Writer | September 11, 1994
An armed man escaped with an undisclosed amount of drugs and cash after robbing the Washington Heights Pharmacy Thursday night.Westminster police said the man, in his mid-20s, walked into the store in the 200 block of Washington Road about 8:20 p.m. and approached an employee at the rear counter.He questioned the employee about different brands of aspirin, then walked behind the counter as two other employees came to the counter from the prescription area, police said.Investigators said the robber raised his shirt to reveal a handgun in his waistband and said, "I don't want to hurt anyone, just put the drugs in this bag. Now open the register and put the money in on top."
SPORTS
By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2014
Have you ever looked at your Orioles hat collection and wished you could find a gaudy red number to add to it? Major League Baseball has you covered. This year's "Stars & Stripes" hat, presumably to be worn in Boston when the Orioles take on the Red Sox at 1:35 p.m. on the Fourth of July, is an improvement on last year's gray number. Check out the link to the MLB shop here . The red hat, which features a navy blue brim, and a blue-and-white Oriole bird inside a star-shaped flag, at least shows fans who are going to shell out $37.99 that they're getting a hat distinguishable from the original lid. Gaudy as it may be, it's actually not a terrible look.
NEWS
By Josh Mitchell and Josh Mitchell,SUN STAFF | April 11, 2005
For the judges at Roedown Farm in southern Anne Arundel County yesterday, the artificial Christmas tree atop an SUV was a first. But it didn't beat Rustler's Rhapsody, a Wild West-style bar with horses made out of hay and music by guitar-playing cowboys. It was all part of yesterday's 31st annual Marlborough Hunt Races, a steeplechase event known as much for lavish tailgate parties as the equine competition. And with picture-perfect weather, more than 5,000 revelers flocked to the farm's rolling pastures to party and watch horses jump fences.
TRAVEL
By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman and Michelle Deal-Zimmerman,SUN REPORTER | September 3, 2006
Summer's fading faster than the tan you got last weekend in Ocean City. Along with it, the travel season is winding down to fall cruises and leaf-peeping bargains. But we don't want to let go of the summer of '06 that quickly. We want to remember the glorious beauty of French Polynesia, the castles of Prague, the smell of the sea in Maine. We want to forget the long lines, the tossed toiletries, the credit card bill and that night in Vegas. Luckily we have a few treasured souvenirs of our vacations.
TRAVEL
By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman and Michelle Deal-Zimmerman,SUN REPORTER | September 3, 2006
Summer's fading faster than the tan you got last weekend in Ocean City. Along with it, the travel season is winding down to fall cruises and leaf-peeping bargains. But we don't want to let go of the summer of '06 that quickly. We want to remember the glorious beauty of French Polynesia, the castles of Prague, the smell of the sea in Maine. We want to forget the long lines, the tossed toiletries, the credit card bill and that night in Vegas. Luckily we have a few treasured souvenirs of our vacations.
NEWS
By Jamie Stiehm and Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF | June 22, 2005
The Red Hatter tea party in Annapolis resembled an Alice in Wonderland tale with a baby boomer twist. Over buttered cucumber sandwiches, a gathering of ladies in red hats and purple clothes agreed their monthly meetings are excellent for camaraderie and, as one put it, cheaper than a psychiatrist. Gales of laughter ensued as scones were passed and tea was poured at their June get-together, held last week at Tara's Gifts & Parties on Annapolis Street. Welcome to the 11-woman local chapter of the Red Hat Society, a national organization that has spread in the past few years.
NEWS
By Josh Mitchell and Josh Mitchell,SUN STAFF | April 11, 2005
For the judges at Roedown Farm in southern Anne Arundel County yesterday, the artificial Christmas tree atop an SUV was a first. But it didn't beat Rustler's Rhapsody, a Wild West-style bar with horses made out of hay and music by guitar-playing cowboys. It was all part of yesterday's 31st annual Marlborough Hunt Races, a steeplechase event known as much for lavish tailgate parties as the equine competition. And with picture-perfect weather, more than 5,000 revelers flocked to the farm's rolling pastures to party and watch horses jump fences.
BUSINESS
March 27, 2005
A weekly briefing on the economic calendar Event of the week The Bureau of Labor Statistics releases the unemployment rate and payroll numbers for March on Friday. Unemployment was 5.4 percent in February, and the consensus estimate on Briefing.com is for it to drop to 5.3 percent. Monday Earnings reports: Brookstone, Walgreen Tuesday Consumer confidence for March Earnings reports: Apollo Group, Micron Technology Wednesday Final fourth-quarter gross domestic product numbers Earnings reports: Best Buy, Carmax Group, Circuit City, Ruby Tuesday Thursday Personal income and spending for February; factory orders for February; Chicago purchasing managers index for March Earnings reports: A.G. Edwards, Cognos, Red Hat Friday Auto and truck sales for March; construction spending for February; revised University of Michigan consumer sentiment report for March
NEWS
By Fay Lande and Fay Lande,SUN STAFF | November 11, 2004
Three hundred members of the Red Hat Society are expected to attend a fashion show and fund-raiser today at Historic Savage Mill. "Red Hat Day At the Mill" will benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The daylong event is dedicated to members of the Red Hat Society. The international organization has few rules apart from its dress code. Its appeal is to women who have raised their families and now want to focus on themselves. Society members, who must be older than 50 to join, are urged to wear red hats and purple dresses.
TRAVEL
By Special to the Sun | August 15, 2004
A Memorable Place By Tom Potts SPECIAL TO THE SUN By rail into the Alps with new friends I have been fascinated with railroads all my life, so the decision to buy 15-day Eurail Passes for a European vacation was an easy one. For two weeks, my wife and I traveled in luxurious comfort through the heart of Europe. The most memorable of our rail journeys was the nearly 10-hour trip from Vienna to Zurich. On a crisp November morning, we boarded Train 62 for a prompt departure at 9 o'clock.
TRAVEL
By Special to the Sun | August 15, 2004
A Memorable Place By Tom Potts SPECIAL TO THE SUN By rail into the Alps with new friends I have been fascinated with railroads all my life, so the decision to buy 15-day Eurail Passes for a European vacation was an easy one. For two weeks, my wife and I traveled in luxurious comfort through the heart of Europe. The most memorable of our rail journeys was the nearly 10-hour trip from Vienna to Zurich. On a crisp November morning, we boarded Train 62 for a prompt departure at 9 o'clock.
FEATURES
June 5, 2003
Here is contact information for the Red Hat Society, subject of a cover story by Susan Reimer in Tuesday's Today section. Women interested in finding a Red Hat Society chapter in their area should e-mail Dee Vallair and the Red Hat Hons of Baltimore at redhathons@hot mail.com.
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