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By EILEEN AMBROSE | June 11, 2000
If you're attending a wedding, there's a good chance that either the bride, groom, or both have been down the aisle before. Forty-three percent of weddings are remarriages for at least one partner, according to the Stepfamily Association of America. And while love may be better the second time around, it can also be a lot more complicated financially. Do partners commingle assets built up in an earlier marriage? Do children from a first marriage inherit assets acquired during that union?
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By Jamie Bacon, For The Baltimore Sun | June 12, 2013
Married in Maryland gives locals a chance to share their wedding experiences throughout the planning process. The blogger writes up until just before his or her big day, but don't you want to know how it went?  I would like to share how former blogger Katie Mercado (now MacNichol)'s wedding went. Katie is one of my best friends and I was lucky enough to be asked to be a bridesmaid.  Her wedding weekend was absolutely perfect, and I think I can speak for her when I say it was just as she imagined it would be. Katie and Sam's wedding ceremony and reception were held at Morningside Inn in Frederick.
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By Jamie Bacon, For The Baltimore Sun | June 12, 2013
Married in Maryland gives locals a chance to share their wedding experiences throughout the planning process. The blogger writes up until just before his or her big day, but don't you want to know how it went?  I would like to share how former blogger Katie Mercado (now MacNichol)'s wedding went. Katie is one of my best friends and I was lucky enough to be asked to be a bridesmaid.  Her wedding weekend was absolutely perfect, and I think I can speak for her when I say it was just as she imagined it would be. Katie and Sam's wedding ceremony and reception were held at Morningside Inn in Frederick.
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By Katie Mercado, For The Baltimore Sun | January 22, 2013
I feel like we live in a world now where the parents don't (and aren't expected to) pay for the wedding. It seems to be a tradition that has passed its time. Or maybe that's just what my parents have convinced me with, so they could get off the hook … But in all seriousness, it is often the job of the couple to come up with the funds to pay for the wedding, yet it hasn't always been that way. So as I go through my budget spreadsheet and we get closer to the big day, I thought it would be fun to break down the old traditions of who was responsible for paying for certain aspects of the wedding.
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By Katie Mercado, For The Baltimore Sun | January 22, 2013
I feel like we live in a world now where the parents don't (and aren't expected to) pay for the wedding. It seems to be a tradition that has passed its time. Or maybe that's just what my parents have convinced me with, so they could get off the hook … But in all seriousness, it is often the job of the couple to come up with the funds to pay for the wedding, yet it hasn't always been that way. So as I go through my budget spreadsheet and we get closer to the big day, I thought it would be fun to break down the old traditions of who was responsible for paying for certain aspects of the wedding.
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By Megan Isennock, Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2012
This weekend, Rob and I flew to Aiken, South Carolina, to attend the wedding of our friends, Maxine and John. After missing our morning flight, enjoying a beverage at City Café while we waited for the next flight, landing in Charlotte and driving the nearly three hours to Aiken, we were not exactly in peak condition when we ran in (late) to the rehearsal dinner. We made apologies, and because we were in the South, were met with two plates of food kept warm for us, two cocktails kept cold, and nothing but warm forgiveness for our Yankee lateness.
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By SUSAN REIMER and SUSAN REIMER,susan.reimer@baltsun.com | October 27, 2008
I am writing to report that I didn't cry. I burned (more on that later). But I didn't cry at my son's wedding. There was big money riding on me to disrupt the service with gasping sobs. But I showed everybody I am made of tougher stuff. Joe and Brooke were married on the most beautiful October day in anyone's memory. He looked like a recruiting poster in his Marine dress uniform. She looked like a raven-haired angel, wearing a wedding dress as stark white as his uniform pants and a smile that, hours later, still had not dimmed.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to the Sun | March 17, 2002
Spring fever was in the air at the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's recent fourth annual "Spring Swing." For instance, after party guest William Aborn made the winning bid for a Mercedes bicycle, he took it for a spin -- riding it around inside the Hunt Valley Grand Lodge, successfully weaving among the 549 other partygoers. CFF's Maren Blum, CF patient Stacy Danko and fellow party girl Margaret McCambridge certainly helped everyone stay springy, after they got on stage and sang with the band 'til the lights came on at midnight.
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | June 26, 1992
Washington -- Dorothy Bush LeBlond, the president's only daughter, gets married tomorrow.Not invited, huh?But since taxpayers almost certainly will pay part of the tab, you deserve to know all we've dug up on this June bride's oh-so-special day.For starters, it's the best kept secret in town."
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By J. Wynn Rousuck | November 14, 1999
Two seasons ago in New York, a young director named Joe Calarco turned Shakespeare on his ear with a production called "Shakespeare's R&J." The unconventional staging re-envisioned "Romeo and Juliet" as a condensed play-within-a-play performed by four schoolboys at a repressive Catholic school. An unexpected hit, "R&J" happened to end with a quote from "A Midsummer Night's Dream."Now the inventive director is having a full-fledged go at "Midsummer," though once again, it's Shakespeare with a twist.
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By Megan Isennock, Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2012
This weekend, Rob and I flew to Aiken, South Carolina, to attend the wedding of our friends, Maxine and John. After missing our morning flight, enjoying a beverage at City Café while we waited for the next flight, landing in Charlotte and driving the nearly three hours to Aiken, we were not exactly in peak condition when we ran in (late) to the rehearsal dinner. We made apologies, and because we were in the South, were met with two plates of food kept warm for us, two cocktails kept cold, and nothing but warm forgiveness for our Yankee lateness.
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By SUSAN REIMER and SUSAN REIMER,susan.reimer@baltsun.com | October 27, 2008
I am writing to report that I didn't cry. I burned (more on that later). But I didn't cry at my son's wedding. There was big money riding on me to disrupt the service with gasping sobs. But I showed everybody I am made of tougher stuff. Joe and Brooke were married on the most beautiful October day in anyone's memory. He looked like a recruiting poster in his Marine dress uniform. She looked like a raven-haired angel, wearing a wedding dress as stark white as his uniform pants and a smile that, hours later, still had not dimmed.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to the Sun | March 17, 2002
Spring fever was in the air at the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's recent fourth annual "Spring Swing." For instance, after party guest William Aborn made the winning bid for a Mercedes bicycle, he took it for a spin -- riding it around inside the Hunt Valley Grand Lodge, successfully weaving among the 549 other partygoers. CFF's Maren Blum, CF patient Stacy Danko and fellow party girl Margaret McCambridge certainly helped everyone stay springy, after they got on stage and sang with the band 'til the lights came on at midnight.
BUSINESS
By EILEEN AMBROSE | June 11, 2000
If you're attending a wedding, there's a good chance that either the bride, groom, or both have been down the aisle before. Forty-three percent of weddings are remarriages for at least one partner, according to the Stepfamily Association of America. And while love may be better the second time around, it can also be a lot more complicated financially. Do partners commingle assets built up in an earlier marriage? Do children from a first marriage inherit assets acquired during that union?
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | April 29, 2002
An Aberdeen man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for causing a multiple-vehicle accident in May that killed two women and seriously injured four members of a wedding party. Eric E. Coan, 20, was convicted of two counts of vehicular manslaughter Wednesday in Harford County Circuit Court. Judge William O. Carr imposed a 20-year sentence, then suspended 10 years. Coan, of the 700 block of Schofield Road, will be on probation for three years after his release, according to the Harford County state's attorney's office - with terms requiring that he remain drug- and alcohol-free and attend a drinking and driving monitoring program.
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October 31, 2004
Andrea (Ani) Elise Quinby, daughter of Dennis and Mary Ellen Quinby, of Timonium, MD, was wed to Brendan William Boyd, son of Mary Boyd, of Charlotte, NC and William Boyd, of Atlanta, GA, on October 9, 2004. The ceremony was held at Timonium United Methodist Church. Dr. Rev. Fred Crider officiated. The reception followed at the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor. The groom's mother hosted the rehearsal dinner at Germano's Trattoria in Little Italy. The Maid of Honor was Susan Goebel. Bridesmaids were Laurie Long, the bride's sister, Shelly Du Bois, the bride's sister, Kim Ollerhead, Carrie Heatherly, and Michelle Ballard.
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