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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | September 4, 1996
UPN continues getting the jump on the competition, with premieres of two of its more popular returning series."The Sentinel" (8 p.m.-9 p.m., WNUV, Channel 54) -- What happens when a guy with heightened senses of perception, a guy with eyes seemingly in back of, on top of and all around his head, fails? That's the issue tonight, as Ellison (Richard Burgi) uses his "sentinel" abilities to track down his captain, who's stranded in a Peruvian jungle. UPN."Star Trek: Voyager" (9 p.m.-10 p.m., WNUV, Channel 54)
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March 12, 2014
The Terps open their final Atlantic Coast Conference men's basketball tournament with a second-round game against Florida State at noon Thursday. No. 8-seeded Maryland (17-14, 9-9 ACC) and the No. 9 Seminoles (18-12, 9-9) split the regular-season series. The winner faces No. 1 Virginia in the quarterfinals Friday at noon. To preview the matchup, we traded emails with Brendan Sonnone, who covers Florida State for the Orlando Sentinel . Check out more of his work on the Sentinel's "Chopping Block" blog . Baltimore Sun: Florida State took care of Maryland pretty easily down in Tallahassee in January, then the Terps won by a dozen in College Park.
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | April 21, 2006
There's great fun to be had in seeing Michael Douglas and Kiefer Sutherland chew up the scenery (as well as their fellow actors) as Secret Service agents struggling to unravel a plot to assassinate the president. Too bad The Sentinel doesn't offer much more. Instead, the movie - based on a novel by Gerald Petievich - offers a setup that inexplicably goes away about halfway through, characters who seem to have missed much of their Secret Service basic training, atmosphere that doesn't really have to do with anything and way too many guys with machine guns within easy reach of the president of the United States.
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By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | November 16, 2013
Carver A&T coach Ralph Olson started the year with a simple goal for his volleyball team. He wanted seven wins. He had to revise his goals upward twice during the year, but it was the 14th win that eluded the Wildcats. That would have been a state championship. The Wildcats (13-6) battled hard, but came up short of Olson's latest goal, bowing to Allegany County's Fort Hill 25-12, 25-23, 25-12 in the Class 1A state volleyball championship game at the University of Maryland's Ritchie Coliseum.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | September 11, 1996
For proof of how fast TV can grind out a movie based on current events, take a look at USA tonight."The Nanny" (8 p.m.-8: 30 p.m, WJZ, Channel 13) -- The Woman With the Most Irritating Voice In the World goes on a Caribbean cruise in this repeat. CBS."The Sentinel" (8 p.m.-9 p.m., WNUV, Channel 54) -- Some dude is stalking this R&B singer, and it's up to The Sentinel to protect her. Only it doesn't seem she's that interested in being protected. UPN."Ghost" (8: 30 p.m.-11 p.m., WJZ, Channel 13)
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | March 12, 1997
Not sure how you feel about the ubiquitous Howard Stern? Take a look at E! tonight; you'll not go away unaffected."The Nanny" (8 p.m.-8: 30 p.m., WJZ, Channel 13) -- Could the Woman With the Most Irritating Voice In the World have had an African-American mother? That's what guest star Telma Hopkins tries to tell Fran. CBS."Battle of the Sexes on Ice" (8 p.m.-10 p.m., WBFF, Channel 45) -- The never-ending parade of ice-skating on TV continues, this time pitting the guys (Scott Hamilton, Brian Boitano, Paul Wylie and Kurt Browning)
NEWS
July 1, 1992
FFA officers chosenThe South Carroll FFA club has elected officers for the 1992-93 school year. They are:* President -- Don Lentzer.* Vice President -- Jim Conaway.* Secretary -- Melissa Harrison, who was also chosen as the club's "sweetheart."* Treasurer -- Joe Boyle.* Sentinel -- Tom Wagner.* Reporter -- Darrell Muller.* Junior adviser -- John Harrison.
SPORTS
December 13, 2005
"Basically, I just changed myself. Every thought I had, every step I took, was positive." Michael Campbell New Zealand golfer, on his change in attitude that led to a U.S. Open victory in 2005 "Was it his pipe? Who knows? We know for sure it was his career. Judge that. Just that." Ethan Skolnick South Florida Sun-Sentinel, arguing that Michael Irvin's recent arrest for having drug paraphernalia - like the rest of his off-field behavior - shouldn't be considered in deciding on his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame "For sure, Stern's next gig will be as a judge on America's Next Top Model, because he is seemingly more concerned about NBA players' wardrobes than the state of the actual game."
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | April 21, 2006
Hollywood scripts need to stop taking the easy way out. The Sentinel opens today, with Kiefer Sutherland playing a Secret Service agent struggling like heck to keep the president of the United States from being assassinated. It's no accident that this is essentially the same role he's been playing for five years on Fox television's 24. Casting him in such a similar role keeps the filmmakers responsible for The Sentinel from having to make his character believable; audiences have been buying him in that role for years.
BUSINESS
By SUNSPOT STAFF | January 6, 2004
Timothy A. Franklin, editor of the Orlando Sentinel, today was named the new editor and senior vice president of The Sun, Publisher and CEO Denise E. Palmer said. Franklin, 43, editor of the Florida newspaper for three years, replaces William K. Marimow, who will be leaving The Sun, Palmer said. Franklin also has served as editor of the Indianapolis Star and in a variety of roles at the Chicago Tribune. Standing before a packed conference room at The Sun's headquarters on Calvert Street, Franklin introduced himself by expressing respect for The Sun and its staff.
SPORTS
October 3, 2013
To get ready for Saturday's Top 25 clash between Maryland and Florida State, we traded emails with Brendan Sonnone, who covers ther Seminoles for the Orlando Sentinel. You can check out more of Brendan's coverage on his blog The Chopping Block . TRACKING THE TERPS: FSU quarterback Jameis Winston has gotten plenty of pub already . How does he compare to EJ Manuel, and has he shown any weaknesses yet? BRENDAN SONNONE: As odd as it is to write this, Winston is already playing at a level that is comparable to Manuel, a first-round selection in this year's NFL draft.
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By DAN CONNOLLY | March 30, 2008
In 2005 and 2006, Hafner was one of the most feared hitters in baseball. Last year, he took a step backward despite setting career highs in at-bats and games played. He still hit 24 homers and drove in 100 RBIs, but those numbers - as well as his batting average, on-base percentage, slugging percentage and runs scored - were his lowest since he was a part-timer in 2003. Still, the Indians won their division and were a win away from the World Series. But they did it without Hafner's run production.
SPORTS
November 19, 2006
(Last week's ranking in parentheses) 1. Colts (1) Can't stop the run - but nobody can stop Peyton Manning. 2. Bears (3) There's Good Rex and Bad Rex, and the good one shows up more. 3. Broncos (2) Three more interceptions for Jake Plummer. 4. Chargers (5) Why not just give the ball to LaDainian Tomlinson on every play? 5. Ravens (7) Could Steve McNair's homecoming have been any sweeter? 6. Patriots (4) Everyone knows they'll be a factor in January. 7. Giants (6) Memo to Giants: Field goals can be returned from the end zone.
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By Andrea K. Walker and Andrea K. Walker,Sun reporter | September 13, 2006
Rondra J. "Ronnie" Matthews, publisher of the Daily Press in Newport News, Va., has been named president, publisher and chief executive officer of The Sun, effective Oct. 1. She will replace Denise E. Palmer, who left in July after nearly four years of running the newspaper to become publisher of The Tampa Tribune in Florida. Matthews, 51, has risen through the ranks of the Tribune Co., which owns The Sun and the Daily Press. She started her media career at the Orlando Sentinel, where she spent 20 years in human resources, advertising, operations, business development and planning.
SPORTS
June 29, 2006
"I'm not saying Phil Mickelson is getting a little plump, but I think I saw him marking his ball with a Junior Mint at the U.S. Open." Mike Bianchi Orlando Sentinel columnist "The Giants celebrated the 1982 season, which is when their best current players were in their primes." Tim Kawakami San Jose Mercury News columnist, on the San Francisco Giants' turn-back-the-clock night "I would love to win an LPGA major or a tournament. And I would love to make the cut in a men's tournament.
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | April 21, 2006
There's great fun to be had in seeing Michael Douglas and Kiefer Sutherland chew up the scenery (as well as their fellow actors) as Secret Service agents struggling to unravel a plot to assassinate the president. Too bad The Sentinel doesn't offer much more. Instead, the movie - based on a novel by Gerald Petievich - offers a setup that inexplicably goes away about halfway through, characters who seem to have missed much of their Secret Service basic training, atmosphere that doesn't really have to do with anything and way too many guys with machine guns within easy reach of the president of the United States.
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | April 21, 2006
Hollywood scripts need to stop taking the easy way out. The Sentinel opens today, with Kiefer Sutherland playing a Secret Service agent struggling like heck to keep the president of the United States from being assassinated. It's no accident that this is essentially the same role he's been playing for five years on Fox television's 24. Casting him in such a similar role keeps the filmmakers responsible for The Sentinel from having to make his character believable; audiences have been buying him in that role for years.
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