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By From Staff Reports | March 7, 1994
SALISBURY -- Senior midfielder Ryan Murphy (Broadneck) had four goals as No. 3 Salisbury State edged No. 8 Roanoke, 14-13, before 1,000 in a Division III game originally scheduled at Loyola High School.Sean Radebaugh (Loyola) added three goals, including the score that broke a 10-10 tie and put the Sea Gulls (2-0) ahead for good.Roanoke goalie Craig Fleming, a two-time All-American from Annapolis, made 18 saves.The Sea Gulls led by 8-4, but the Maroons scored four straight to tie the game at 8 one minute into the third quarter.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2014
Two television productions that pushed the LGBT envelope on the small screen this year were big winners Thursday, as the 2014 Emmy nominations were announced. The HBO movie "The Normal Heart," centered on the outbreak of AIDS in 1980s New York City , earned 16 nominations, while the women's prison comedy "Orange is the New Black" on Netflix took 12 nominations. Among the "Orange" nods was one for outstanding guest actress in a comedy series for Laverne Cox, a transgender activist whose success on the show has launched her acting career -- and landed her on the cover of Time .  According to The Advocate , Cox's nomination is the first given to an openly transgender actress.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | October 5, 1994
The Major Indoor Lacrosse League announced yesterday that it will open and close its 1995 schedule with games involving the Baltimore Thunder.The Thunder will begin the MILL's ninth season on Jan. 7, when it plays host to the Boston Blazers in an 8 p.m. game at the Baltimore Arena. The Thunder will wrap up its eight-game regular-season schedule on March 11, when it visits the defending league champion Philadelphia Wings at the Spectrum.Baltimore's second-year coach, Skip Lichtfuss, is hoping that the nucleus of last year's squad and four draft picks will help the Thunder improve on last year's 1-7 mark.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | May 30, 2014
As I watched HBO's new film "The Normal Heart" this weekend, sharp memories kept flashing through my mind of emaciated young people wracked with sores and dying before my eyes. They are memories I shouldn't have, memories most gay men my age thankfully lack. I was born in 1985 - the same year as the premier of Larry Kramer's Tony Award-winning play on the start of the AIDS epidemic in New York City's gay community, which "The Normal Heart" was adapted from. Thanks to a host of drugs now available to HIV-positive people in the United States, I count myself among a generation of American gay men who never had to watch thousands of our peers rapidly deteriorate from perfect health to death's doorstep because of a monstrous, unnamed disease.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,david.zurawik@baltsun.com | May 19, 2009
One thing I can guarantee anyone who watches the new Fox musical comedy, Glee, Tuesday night: For the next 48 hours after the show ends, you will not be able to get Journey's song "Don't Stop Believin' " out of your head. For the first 24 hours, that's not such a bad thing - kind of uplifting, in fact. After that, it will start to drive you mad. But the staging of that song by a group of misfit high school students in glee club near the end of the heavily promoted pilot is so elevating and inspirational that it almost redeems all the stereotypes and lame humor that come before.
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By Marc Bouchard and Marc Bouchard,Contributing Writer | May 17, 1993
SALISBURY -- Washington College coach Terry Corcoran said he knew what it would take for his Shoremen to pull off one of the biggest upsets in the school's long history of lacrosse."
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | May 30, 2014
As I watched HBO's new film "The Normal Heart" this weekend, sharp memories kept flashing through my mind of emaciated young people wracked with sores and dying before my eyes. They are memories I shouldn't have, memories most gay men my age thankfully lack. I was born in 1985 - the same year as the premier of Larry Kramer's Tony Award-winning play on the start of the AIDS epidemic in New York City's gay community, which "The Normal Heart" was adapted from. Thanks to a host of drugs now available to HIV-positive people in the United States, I count myself among a generation of American gay men who never had to watch thousands of our peers rapidly deteriorate from perfect health to death's doorstep because of a monstrous, unnamed disease.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2014
Two television productions that pushed the LGBT envelope on the small screen this year were big winners Thursday, as the 2014 Emmy nominations were announced. The HBO movie "The Normal Heart," centered on the outbreak of AIDS in 1980s New York City , earned 16 nominations, while the women's prison comedy "Orange is the New Black" on Netflix took 12 nominations. Among the "Orange" nods was one for outstanding guest actress in a comedy series for Laverne Cox, a transgender activist whose success on the show has launched her acting career -- and landed her on the cover of Time .  According to The Advocate , Cox's nomination is the first given to an openly transgender actress.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | May 23, 2014
HBO's "The Normal Heart" will do something to you that TV rarely does: rock you to your emotional roots. The power of this HBO movie starring Mark Ruffalo, Julia Roberts and Jim Parsons is such that you can forget about turning off the TV after the final credits roll and going to bed as you might with most made-for-TV movies. This one, adapted by Larry Kramer from his Tony Award-winning 1985 play, will keep you up for hours in an emotional churn thinking about life, love, loss, death and politics.
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June 28, 2011
Atholton The Atholton Swim Club Barracudas lost their first dual meet of the 2011 season to the Summer Hill Stingrays, 245-234. Barracuda swimmers recorded 88 best times. Ally VanNetta (11-12) and Timmy VanNetta (9-10) each won all four of their individual events. Taylor Myers (11-12) and Ryan Murphy (7-8) each won all three of their individual events and swam for winning relay teams. Winning two individual events and swimming for a winning relay team were Will Essl (13-14)
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | May 23, 2014
HBO's "The Normal Heart" will do something to you that TV rarely does: rock you to your emotional roots. The power of this HBO movie starring Mark Ruffalo, Julia Roberts and Jim Parsons is such that you can forget about turning off the TV after the final credits roll and going to bed as you might with most made-for-TV movies. This one, adapted by Larry Kramer from his Tony Award-winning 1985 play, will keep you up for hours in an emotional churn thinking about life, love, loss, death and politics.
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June 28, 2012
Atholton Swim Club The Atholton Swim Club Barracudas lost their first dual meet of the 2012 season to the Westminster Stingrays, 248.5-225.5. Despite the loss, Barracuda swimmers posted 75 best times and Ally VanNetta set team records in the 11-12 girls individual medley and butterfly. Mitchell Haugh won his three individual events and swam on a winning relay team. Ally VanNetta also won her three individual events. Winning two individual events each and swimming for winning relay teams were Julia Habiger, Pinya, Ryan Murphy and Kaitlyn Warner.
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June 28, 2011
Atholton The Atholton Swim Club Barracudas lost their first dual meet of the 2011 season to the Summer Hill Stingrays, 245-234. Barracuda swimmers recorded 88 best times. Ally VanNetta (11-12) and Timmy VanNetta (9-10) each won all four of their individual events. Taylor Myers (11-12) and Ryan Murphy (7-8) each won all three of their individual events and swam for winning relay teams. Winning two individual events and swimming for a winning relay team were Will Essl (13-14)
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,david.zurawik@baltsun.com | May 19, 2009
One thing I can guarantee anyone who watches the new Fox musical comedy, Glee, Tuesday night: For the next 48 hours after the show ends, you will not be able to get Journey's song "Don't Stop Believin' " out of your head. For the first 24 hours, that's not such a bad thing - kind of uplifting, in fact. After that, it will start to drive you mad. But the staging of that song by a group of misfit high school students in glee club near the end of the heavily promoted pilot is so elevating and inspirational that it almost redeems all the stereotypes and lame humor that come before.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | October 5, 1994
The Major Indoor Lacrosse League announced yesterday that it will open and close its 1995 schedule with games involving the Baltimore Thunder.The Thunder will begin the MILL's ninth season on Jan. 7, when it plays host to the Boston Blazers in an 8 p.m. game at the Baltimore Arena. The Thunder will wrap up its eight-game regular-season schedule on March 11, when it visits the defending league champion Philadelphia Wings at the Spectrum.Baltimore's second-year coach, Skip Lichtfuss, is hoping that the nucleus of last year's squad and four draft picks will help the Thunder improve on last year's 1-7 mark.
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By From Staff Reports | March 7, 1994
SALISBURY -- Senior midfielder Ryan Murphy (Broadneck) had four goals as No. 3 Salisbury State edged No. 8 Roanoke, 14-13, before 1,000 in a Division III game originally scheduled at Loyola High School.Sean Radebaugh (Loyola) added three goals, including the score that broke a 10-10 tie and put the Sea Gulls (2-0) ahead for good.Roanoke goalie Craig Fleming, a two-time All-American from Annapolis, made 18 saves.The Sea Gulls led by 8-4, but the Maroons scored four straight to tie the game at 8 one minute into the third quarter.
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June 28, 2012
Atholton Swim Club The Atholton Swim Club Barracudas lost their first dual meet of the 2012 season to the Westminster Stingrays, 248.5-225.5. Despite the loss, Barracuda swimmers posted 75 best times and Ally VanNetta set team records in the 11-12 girls individual medley and butterfly. Mitchell Haugh won his three individual events and swam on a winning relay team. Ally VanNetta also won her three individual events. Winning two individual events each and swimming for winning relay teams were Julia Habiger, Pinya, Ryan Murphy and Kaitlyn Warner.
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August 25, 2005
On August 19, 2005, ARDEN J. SCHATZ; loving cousin of Louise Showalter, Barbara Schatz, Ken Gronberg, Calvin Hauenstien, Janet Hommerbocker, Bill Hommerbocker, Steven Hommerbocker, John Hommerbocker, Sandy Hommerbocker, Stacey Carpenter and Ryan Murphy; godmother of James Murphy. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at the Church of Ascension, Saturday at 12 noon. Interment following at Meadowridge Memorial Park. In lieu flowers please send donation to the Catholic Charities, St. Jude Children Research Hospital or to a charity of your choice.
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By Marc Bouchard and Marc Bouchard,Contributing Writer | May 17, 1993
SALISBURY -- Washington College coach Terry Corcoran said he knew what it would take for his Shoremen to pull off one of the biggest upsets in the school's long history of lacrosse."
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