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August 5, 2006
HAROLD "TED" SCARLETT, 63 of Salisbury, MD, died Thursday, August, 3, 2006 at Coastal Hospice At The Lake in Salisbury, MD. Born in Cumberland, MD, he was the son of the late Ralph and Hilda (Twigg) Scarlett. He served in the U.S. Army. He was the owner and operator of Ted's towing service. He was a member of the Delmarva Drag Club, the Eastern Mud Racing Association and the Branch Inn Hunt Club. He is survived by one daughter: Kimberly Watson and her husband Bryan, one grandson, Andrew Watson all of Parsonsburg, a sister: Gertrude Henson of GA and three brothers: Eddie Scarlett and his wife Caroline of Catonsville, MD, Richard Scarlett and his wife Teresa of PA, Kenny Scarlett and his wife Joyce Scarlett of Baltimore, MD, a stepson, Randy Beers and his wife Shelli of Mardela Springs, MD; and many nieces and nephews.
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By Ken Murray, THE BALTIMORE SUN | April 23, 2011
Kemar Scarlett is Jamaican-born, YouTube-trained and decidedly not the norm when it comes to kicking specialists. What separates Scarlett, 21, is that he is African-American — there was only one black punter in the NFL last season and no black kickers. That and the fact he has had very little coaching as a kicker since he arrived in the United States in 2003 at the age of 13 and began the transition from soccer to football. But sometime after the NFL draft later this week Scarlett hopes to get the chance to prove he can kick with the best in the land.
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By Newsday | September 25, 1991
WARNER BOOKS, publisher of "Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's 'Gone With the Wind,' " is spending $600,000 on publicity and publishing 900,000 copies.To maintain the suspense of what happens to Rhett Butler and Scarlett O'Hara, no store could display the book until today. No reviewer or writer saw the book before Saturday (when it was delivered to homes, for added privacy), and they hadto promise not to print anything until today. The only foretaste was an excerpt in Life last month that left off with Scarlett pregnant by Rhett and Rhett married to another woman.
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By Todd Karpovich and Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 4, 2010
Many of the problems that hindered Morgan State's offense last season carried over Saturday in its season opener against Division II Bowie State. The defense, however, showed vast improvement, forcing five turnovers, and paved the way for a 14-7 victory before an announced 7,419 at Hughes Stadium. The Bears will have little time to savor the win as they must get ready to play Saturday at Maryland for the first time in program history. "We have a lot of new faces on the defense," coach Donald Hill-Eley "They played well together against a team that had a game to play before us. They looked sharp.
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By Dennis Love and Dennis Love,Arizona Republic | September 24, 1991
BY THE FLUID, practiced way the story flows forth in his refined Southern drawl, you immediately know it's one of Franklin Garrett's favorite -- and most often told -- anecdotes."
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By Knight-Ridder | January 30, 1992
After a run of 16 straight weeks, Alexandra Ripley's "Scarlett" will drop from the top of Sunday's New York Times best-seller list. The new No. 1 will be "Hideaway" by Dean R. Koontz.Also, the long-delayed paperback version of Salman Rushdie's "The Satanic Verses" is scheduled to be out in the spring.
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By Norrie Epstein | October 6, 1991
SCARLETT: THE SEQUELTO MARGARET MITCHELL'S"GONE WITH THE WIND."Alexandra Ripley.Warner Books.823 pages. $24.95. "Scarlett" calls to mind not so much "Gone With the Wind," to which it is the much-awaited sequel, but "The Invasion of the Body Snatchers." The reappearance of Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler 55 years after they were created is a ghoulish resurrection. The characters we remember as Scarlett and Rhett are here, but they have a soulless quality, as if they are inhabited by alien beings who parrot the voices and actions of their originals.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | December 6, 2008
Marie du P. Scarlett, a homemaker and ranch manager, died in her sleep Nov. 28 at her Annapolis home. She was 92. Marie du Pont was born and raised in Wilmington, Del., and graduated in 1934 from Miss Hall's School in Pittsfield, Mass. She was married the next year to J.P. Wade Levering, a Baltimore businessman, and the couple settled at Edgemont Farm in Dulaney Valley. They later divorced. During World War II, she volunteered at Union Memorial Hospital and managed Edgemont Farm. After the war, she was a longtime volunteer with the Children's Aid Society.
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By New York Times | November 4, 1991
CBS AND A GROUP of American and European investors yesterday bought the television rights to "Scarlett," the sequel to "Gone With the Wind," for a record $8 million in a deal that stunned Hollywood.Several Hollywood executives and agents said the highest price previously paid for the rights to a book was about $2.5 million for Gay Talese's "Thy Neighbor's Wife," which was never made into a movie."There's nothing like this in the history of the publishing business," said Irene Webb, vice president of the motion-picture and literary departments of the William Morris Agency, which worked out the deal.
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By David Bianculli and David Bianculli,Special to The Sun | November 15, 1994
If you got caught in the grip of the CBS "Scarlett" miniseries Sunday, then be aware that tonight is another day. Otherwise, the key TV events tonight are "Wings," "Frasier" and "NYPD Blue." The comedies feature notable guest stars, and the drama marks the introduction of Jimmy Smits as a regular.* "Wings" (8-9 p.m., Channel 2) -- There are two blasts from TV's past who show up on tonight's new "Wings," both of whom enliven an especially funny episode. First, there's Soupy Sales, challenging Lowell (Thomas Haden Church)
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By From Sun staff and news services | October 6, 2009
College football Ferrara, Hartsfield honored; Terps-UVa. game time set Maryland freshmen Nick Ferrara and Demetrius Hartsfield were voted co-Specialist of the Week and Freshman of the Week, respectively, by the Atlantic Coast Conference for their play in Saturday's 24-21 win over Clemson. Ferrara handled kickoffs and place-kicks as usual and filled in at punter, averaging 43.2 yards. Hartsfield, who made 10 tackles, forced and recovered a fumble in the final minute to preserve the victory.
NEWS
September 30, 2009
On September 23, 2009, Raymond E. Baumann. Dearest husband of Tegan Beth Baumann (nee Harby). Devoted father of Kemp M. Buettner and wife Jennifer A. Beloved brother of Betty A. Fletcher and husband Adrian. Loving grandfather of Lucas Kemp and Scarlett Lynn Buettner. Also survived by many other loving relatives and friends. Family will receive friends at the Christ United Church of Christ,1308 Beason Street, Locust Point, MD 21230 on Saturday October 3, 2009 from 6 to 7 P.M. A memorial service will follow in the church at 8:00 P.M. Family request in lieu of flowers contributions be made to the Christ United Church of Christ.
NEWS
January 8, 2009
MARIE duP. SCARLETT of Annapolis, MD died at home on November 28, 2008 at the age of 92. She is survived by two sisters, Carolyn Gibbons of Rye, NY and Patricia duPont of Elkton, MD; a son, Ernest D. Levering of Baltimore, four stepchildren, Kathleen S. Burnett and Patterson S. Swindell, both of Baltimore, L. Landon Scarlett of El Macero, CA and Charles E. Scarlett of St. Louis, MO, three grandchildren, J. Stanley Lenox of Austin, TX, Anne A. Levering of...
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | December 6, 2008
Marie du P. Scarlett, a homemaker and ranch manager, died in her sleep Nov. 28 at her Annapolis home. She was 92. Marie du Pont was born and raised in Wilmington, Del., and graduated in 1934 from Miss Hall's School in Pittsfield, Mass. She was married the next year to J.P. Wade Levering, a Baltimore businessman, and the couple settled at Edgemont Farm in Dulaney Valley. They later divorced. During World War II, she volunteered at Union Memorial Hospital and managed Edgemont Farm. After the war, she was a longtime volunteer with the Children's Aid Society.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Bob Strauss and Bob Strauss,Los Angeles Daily News | August 21, 2008
You kiss Penelope Cruz, exchange a few e-mails with Barack Obama, get engaged to heartthrob Ryan Reynolds, and what? People talk?! Well, if you're Scarlett Johansson, they do. But the 23-year-old New Yorker has a few things of her own to say about what people are saying. And, by the way, you'll be seeing a lot more of Johansson soon ... and we're not talking about the sex scene in Vicky Cristina Barcelona, which now is in theaters. She's got two more highly anticipated films on the horizon - the comic-strip adaptation The Spirit and the star-studded take on the relationship advice best-seller He's Just Not That Into You. In VCB, Johansson's third Woody Allen film, she plays Cristina, one of two American girls who get romantically involved with a pair of wild Spaniards played by Javier Bardem and Cruz.
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By Rashod D. Ollison and Rashod D. Ollison,Sun Pop Music Critic | May 20, 2008
ANYWHERE I LAY MY HEAD Scarlett Johansson Sun Grade: C+ Film actress and critical darling Scarlett Johansson started nurturing a career in music two years ago. She appeared on Unexpected Dreams: Songs From the Stars, a 2006 charity album, crooning the George Gershwin standard "Summertime." Soon afterward, Rhino, the label that released the CD, approached Johansson with a recording contract. For her debut release, the blond beauty decided to do a concept album. Well, sort of. Anywhere I Lay My Head is a suite of Tom Waits songs that loosely centers on traveling.
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By Steve Murray and Steve Murray,Cox News Service | August 30, 1992
Aspiring actresses and Scarlett wannabes can rest easy on their hoop skirts. At least for another day.The lead role in "Scarlett," a future CBS miniseries based on the sequel to "Gone With the Wind," is not going to little-known British actress Polly Walker. Ms. Walker reportedly was offered the role and turned it down.That's also the account given by publicists from Miramax, the distributor of Ms. Walker's latest film, "Enchanted April."But a spokeswoman at R.H.I. Entertainment, "Scarlett's" producers, denies Ms. Walker was offered the hotly sought part of Katie Scarlett O'Hara Hamilton Kennedy Butler.
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By SAM SESSA AND TIM SWIFT | November 19, 2007
Celebrity sightings continued this weekend as the cast of He's Just Not That Into You worked and dined around town. Filming, which started Friday in Little Italy, will tentatively continue through tomorrow. Based on a self-help humor book, the movie brought stars Scarlett Johansson, Jennifer Connelly and Kevin Connolly to Baltimore for the past few days. In Mount Vernon, restaurants Thairish and the Helmand were temporarily redecorated Saturday with new lights, a new door and a new name: Red Seven.
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By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,sun reporter | August 24, 2007
She takes -- and makes -- a good picture. And now, at the steep age of 22, Scarlett Johansson will find out if she can open a romantic comedy. The Nanny Diaries, based on the best-selling novel by two former Manhattan nannies, opens in theaters today. Johansson plays a college graduate who shirks the corporate track to become a Park Avenue nanny. There are snooty parents. There is the precocious kid. There is the hunky love interest. There is Scarlett Johansson. A born New Yorker, Johansson is a glamour girl who once lounged on the cover of Vanity Fair with nothing on but her makeup.
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