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By J. WYNN ROUSUCK and J. WYNN ROUSUCK,SUN THEATER CRITIC | February 19, 2006
Tracey Scott Wilson was in her early teens when an ambitious, African-American reporter named Janet Cooke won a 1981 Pulitzer Prize for a Washington Post article about an 8-year-old heroin addict. Wilson still remembers the "pride in my home and in my community." She also remembers the disgrace when it was discovered that Cooke had made up the story. THE STORY / / Through Feb. 26 / / The African Continuum Theatre at the Atlas Performing Arts Center, 1333 H Street, N.E., Washington. 202-399-7993 Tracey Scott Wilson Born: Oct. 2, 1966, in Newark, N.J. Education: Bachelor's degree in English, Rutgers University, 1989; master's degree in creative writing, Temple University, 1992 Selected plays: Exhibit #9 (1999)
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By J. WYNN ROUSUCK and J. WYNN ROUSUCK,SUN THEATER CRITIC | February 19, 2006
Tracey Scott Wilson was in her early teens when an ambitious, African-American reporter named Janet Cooke won a 1981 Pulitzer Prize for a Washington Post article about an 8-year-old heroin addict. Wilson still remembers the "pride in my home and in my community." She also remembers the disgrace when it was discovered that Cooke had made up the story. THE STORY / / Through Feb. 26 / / The African Continuum Theatre at the Atlas Performing Arts Center, 1333 H Street, N.E., Washington. 202-399-7993 Tracey Scott Wilson Born: Oct. 2, 1966, in Newark, N.J. Education: Bachelor's degree in English, Rutgers University, 1989; master's degree in creative writing, Temple University, 1992 Selected plays: Exhibit #9 (1999)
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April 18, 2004
Charles Reese Wilson, former Rouse Co. controller and retired chief financial officer of the Tenacre Foundation, died of undetermined causes Monday at his home in Princeton, N.J. The former Annapolis resident was 70. Mr. Wilson was born and raised in Baltimore and graduated in 1951 from City College. He served in the Marine Corps from 1952 to 1956, attaining the rank of sergeant. Mr. Wilson, who began his career with the Rouse Co. in 1960, earned a bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of Baltimore in 1963.
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April 18, 2004
Charles Reese Wilson, former Rouse Co. controller and retired chief financial officer of the Tenacre Foundation, died of undetermined causes Monday at his home in Princeton, N.J. The former Annapolis resident was 70. Mr. Wilson was born and raised in Baltimore and graduated in 1951 from City College. He served in the Marine Corps from 1952 to 1956, attaining the rank of sergeant. Mr. Wilson, who began his career with the Rouse Co. in 1960, earned a bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of Baltimore in 1963.
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By SUN STAFF | June 28, 1996
An Anne Arundel Ethics Commission investigation into county hiring practices is being driven by a central question: Has County Executive John G. Gary rewarded past political loyalty with civil service jobs?Last year, the Gary administration filled four merit positions with applicants who worked for Gary's 1994 campaign or on his House of Delegates staff. Three of the jobs, which were not eligible for political appointment, are on the county executive's staff.The confidential investigation, which has become a legal tug of war between the commission and the Republican administration, is examining whether high-ranking officials skirted a rigorouscounty hiring policy to fill jobs with hand-picked applicants boasting better personal contacts than qualifications.
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November 21, 2005
On Wednesday, November 16, 2005, NICHOLE MARIE GEISELMAN died suddenly; the beloved daughter of Karen and the late Norman John Geiselman; she is survived by her daughter, Breanna Morgan, also loving sister of Christopher, Amber and Angie Geiselman; her grandparents, Patricia and Norman James Geiselman, and the late Annie Corrine Oster. Also survived by friend Scott Wilson. Friends and relatives may call at the Connelly Funeral Home at 300 Mace Avenue. For viewing times, please call 410-687-7100.
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August 21, 2004
On Thursday, August 19, 2004, ARTHUR L. "Buck" MADDRIX, 87, of Crisfield, Maryland, and formerly of Baltimore, died at Mc Cready Hospital in Crisfield. He was a retired manager for Proctor & Gamble in Baltimore. He was the beloved husband of Ruth Wilson Maddrix; devoted father of Scott Wilson Maddrix and Carole-Maddrix Windsor; and grandfather of Stephen Windsor, Corey Maddrix, Timothy Maddrix, Nicole Windsor, Melissa Schropp, and Katherine Windsor. Funeral Services will be held Sunday, August 22, at 2 P.M. at Bradshaw & Sons Funeral Home, 306 W. Main Street, Crisfield, Maryland, where friends may call from noon until 2. Interment will be in Sunnyridge Memorial Park in Crisfield.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray | October 20, 1995
Jody Lumpkin, a 6-foot-8 center from Columbia, S.C., who was recruited by Maryland, has made an oral commitment to attend Rice University, his high school coach said yesterday."
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | November 19, 2012
A 42-year-old Perry Hall man who worked as a Transportation Security Administration agent at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport was sentenced to two years in prison on Monday for the possession of child pornography, according to the Maryland U.S. attorney's office. Michael Scott Wilson will also have to serve 15 years of supervised release after his prison term ends and register as a sex offender wherever he lives, works or studies, prosecutors said. Police began an investigation of Wilson on Sept.
EXPLORE
February 23, 2012
Your liberties and rights are being eroded by the state and the Obama Administration. We are so complacent and ignorant to the news that sits right in front of us. Many of the European Union states are literally burning as we speak because the entitlement mentality has clouded everyone's views of what the government should be and what it should provide. Save for your own retirement (like you should), pull yourselves up by your bootstraps and live like a proud American. We have the health-care law that was passed in the dark of night (that supporters didn't have time to read)
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By SUN STAFF | June 28, 1996
An Anne Arundel Ethics Commission investigation into county hiring practices is being driven by a central question: Has County Executive John G. Gary rewarded past political loyalty with civil service jobs?Last year, the Gary administration filled four merit positions with applicants who worked for Gary's 1994 campaign or on his House of Delegates staff. Three of the jobs, which were not eligible for political appointment, are on the county executive's staff.The confidential investigation, which has become a legal tug of war between the commission and the Republican administration, is examining whether high-ranking officials skirted a rigorouscounty hiring policy to fill jobs with hand-picked applicants boasting better personal contacts than qualifications.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | September 16, 2005
A junebug is a big scarab beetle that comes out flying in May or June to eat leaves and beget larvae that feed on the roots of plants and grass. Junebug pivots on two gorgeous human junebugs who are trying to get or stay attached to a tight, rooted family down in Dixie. Madeleine (Embeth Davidtz), a Chicago dealer in outsider art, marries a smooth transplanted Southerner, George (Alessandro Nivola), after a whirlwind six-month courtship. She has never met his mom and dad. Ashley (Amy Adams)
NEWS
August 24, 1992
Fannie-Scott WilsonOn historic house boardFannie-Scott Wilson, a former board member of the historic Hammond-Harwood House in Annapolis, died Friday of a stroke at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She was 80.Services for Mrs. Wilson will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at St. Thomas' Episcopal Church, 232 St. Thomas Lane in Owings Mills.Mrs. Wilson, a Baltimore native, attended the Bryn Mawr School and graduated from Westover School in Middlebury, Conn.Her association with the Hammond-Harwood House, a five-part Georgian house built in 1774 in Annapolis, continued a family involvement that began with her mother.
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