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By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman | November 22, 2009
Macy's 83rd annual Thanksgiving Day Parade Where: : 77th Street and Central Park West, New York When: : Thursday, beginning at 9 a.m., but many spectators arrive earlier. What: : The 83rd annual parade has a bit of a twist and turn this year: a new route that directs it away from Broadway for the first time in 82 years. (However, it's not the first change to the route.) The parade begins at 77th Street and Central Park West and will turn onto Central Park South, instead of going down Broadway.
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By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman | November 22, 2009
Macy's 83rd annual Thanksgiving Day Parade Where: : 77th Street and Central Park West, New York When: : Thursday, beginning at 9 a.m., but many spectators arrive earlier. What: : The 83rd annual parade has a bit of a twist and turn this year: a new route that directs it away from Broadway for the first time in 82 years. (However, it's not the first change to the route.) The parade begins at 77th Street and Central Park West and will turn onto Central Park South, instead of going down Broadway.
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FEATURES
By Loretta Grantham and Loretta Grantham,Cox News Service | November 14, 1990
Between Wall Street swings, the Persian Gulf crisis and a looming recession, Americans have other things on their minds besides lace and leggings.Seventh Avenue's fashion czars face the challenge of getting you to shrug off your wallet woes and hit the mall.Calvin Klein told Women's Wear Daily in September that he was "terrified about the situation. People are frightened, and when they are frightened they don't think of buying."To seduce shoppers, designers offered a myriad of styles in their spring collections from Bill Blass' multicolored strapless cocktail dress (it resembled a bedside collection of Kleenex tissues)
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By Melissa Harris and Melissa Harris,Sun reporter | November 4, 2007
Dick Clark, Ryan Seacrest and the rest of the people hollering, smiling, dancing and kissing on New Year's Eve in Times Square are liars. Unless you have a V.I.P. badge around your neck, the experience is nothing like it appears on TV. Misery is a word that comes to mind. You stand in below-freezing temperatures for more than seven hours with no access to bathrooms, rations or chairs. And, more likely than not, confetti will never cascade onto your head. For those not deterred - who want nothing more than to say they've been there, done that - here are "The 10 Things I Wish I'd Known Before I Paid $5 to Stand in an Hourlong Line to Use the Bathroom at Tad's Broiled Steaks in Times Square."
NEWS
July 26, 1996
An armed man robbed a Glen Burnie High's convenience store Wednesday of an undisclosed amount of money, county police said.Witnesses told police the man walked into the store in the 6700 block of Ritchie Highway shortly before 8 p.m., showed an employee a black handgun and demanded cash.The clerk complied, putting money from the register into the gunman's blue gym bag. The bandit left the store and walked toward a nearby Hechinger store, police said. They did not have a detailed description of the thief.
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By Bonita Formwalt and Bonita Formwalt,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 20, 1995
A TRADITION continues Christmas Eve when Santa Claus visits Glen Burnie, sponsored by the Glen Burnie Improvement Association.The approximate schedule:* 5:30 p.m. -- Georgia Avenue and Maple Lane, Maple Lane and Virginia Avenue, Virginia Avenue and Crain Highway, New Jersey Avenue and Oak Lane, Maple Lane and New Jersey Avenue, Linden Lane and New Jersey Avenue, Linden Lane and Greenway, Greenway and Oak Lane, Greenway and Maple Lane, and Central Avenue and...
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By Bonita Formwalt and Bonita Formwalt,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 24, 1996
CHILDREN will welcome Santa this evening on the 60th annual visit sponsored by the Glen Burnie Improvement Association, with the help of the Glen Burnie Volunteer Fire Company.5: 30 p.m. -- Georgia Avenue and Maple Lane; Maple Lane and Virginia Avenue; Virginia Avenue and Crain Highway; New Jersey Avenue and Oak Lane; Maple Lane and New Jersey Avenue; Linden Lane and New Jersey Avenue; Linden Lane and Greenway; Greenway and Oak; Greenway and Maple Lane; Central Avenue and D Street.6 p.m. -- Circle Brownshade Drive, Central Avenue and B Street; First Avenue and A Street; First Avenue and B Street; First Avenue and Maple Lane; First Avenue cul-de-sac; Second Avenue and D Street; Second and Glenview avenues; Glenview and Third avenues; Third Avenue and D Street; Oak Lane and Second Avenue; Second Avenue and C Street; Second Avenue and B Street; Second Avenue and A Street; Third Avenue and A Street; Third Avenue and B Street; Third Avenue and C Street; Third Avenue and Oak Lane; Fourth Avenue and D Street; Fourth Avenue and B Street; Fourth Avenue and A Street; Fifth Avenue and A Street; Fifth Avenue and B Street; Fifth and Stewart avenues; Stewart and Baltimore avenues; Baltimore Avenue and Newfield Road; Newfield and Magnolia roads; Stewart Avenue and Elizabeth Lane; Elizabeth Lane and Wilson Boulevard; Wilson Boulevard and Theresa Avenue; Wilson Avenue and Bertha Avenue; and Wilson Boulevard and Crain Highway.
FEATURES
By Bernadine Morris and Bernadine Morris,N.Y. Times News Service | November 6, 1991
NEW YORK - Spring arrived on Seventh Avenue this week in a flurry of pretty colors, cheerful prints and gentle shapes.Bill Blass, as usual, staged the first big show of the season at the Hotel Pierre, attended by socialites as well as retailers and the press.Carolina Herrera flanked the Blass noontime show with smaller presentations before and after in her showroom. In the afternoon Arnold Scaasi was among the first to show at the Hotel Macklowe, where other designers will be introducing their collections later in the week.
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By Melissa Harris and Melissa Harris,Sun reporter | November 4, 2007
Dick Clark, Ryan Seacrest and the rest of the people hollering, smiling, dancing and kissing on New Year's Eve in Times Square are liars. Unless you have a V.I.P. badge around your neck, the experience is nothing like it appears on TV. Misery is a word that comes to mind. You stand in below-freezing temperatures for more than seven hours with no access to bathrooms, rations or chairs. And, more likely than not, confetti will never cascade onto your head. For those not deterred - who want nothing more than to say they've been there, done that - here are "The 10 Things I Wish I'd Known Before I Paid $5 to Stand in an Hourlong Line to Use the Bathroom at Tad's Broiled Steaks in Times Square."
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By Jill Gerston and Jill Gerston,Contributing Writer | April 12, 1993
NEW YORK -- Folded gracefully behind a table in her East Side office, Carolyn Roehm looks serene and demure in gray flannel trousers and a pink cashmere sweater that complements her ivory skin and dark brown hair.It's not the stiffly coiffed, bejeweled Ms. Roehm once featured in fashion magazines that rhapsodized about the glamorous designer/socialite whose let-them-eat-cake lifestyle came to epitomize the unembarrassed extravagance of the '80s.The image you expect is of a very expensive bottle of champagne; what you get is more like warm camomile tea in a fragile china cup."
NEWS
By GARY GATELY | November 30, 1997
NEW YORK - Not so long ago, a skinny kid who used to be me would walk these neon-soaked streets at 3 a.m. - mind racing, heart thumping, eyes darting, pointed finger jammed into coat pocket, as if packing more than a pen.And muttering, to no one in particular.Maybe, I reasoned then, if the psychos at the crossroads of depravity sized me up as one of them, they would leave me alone.When in New York, especially Times Square . . .On good nights, the journey lasted just long enough for me to scamper from the West 43rd Street newspaper building, where I interned, to a cab on Seventh Avenue.
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By Bonita Formwalt and Bonita Formwalt,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 24, 1996
CHILDREN will welcome Santa this evening on the 60th annual visit sponsored by the Glen Burnie Improvement Association, with the help of the Glen Burnie Volunteer Fire Company.5: 30 p.m. -- Georgia Avenue and Maple Lane; Maple Lane and Virginia Avenue; Virginia Avenue and Crain Highway; New Jersey Avenue and Oak Lane; Maple Lane and New Jersey Avenue; Linden Lane and New Jersey Avenue; Linden Lane and Greenway; Greenway and Oak; Greenway and Maple Lane; Central Avenue and D Street.6 p.m. -- Circle Brownshade Drive, Central Avenue and B Street; First Avenue and A Street; First Avenue and B Street; First Avenue and Maple Lane; First Avenue cul-de-sac; Second Avenue and D Street; Second and Glenview avenues; Glenview and Third avenues; Third Avenue and D Street; Oak Lane and Second Avenue; Second Avenue and C Street; Second Avenue and B Street; Second Avenue and A Street; Third Avenue and A Street; Third Avenue and B Street; Third Avenue and C Street; Third Avenue and Oak Lane; Fourth Avenue and D Street; Fourth Avenue and B Street; Fourth Avenue and A Street; Fifth Avenue and A Street; Fifth Avenue and B Street; Fifth and Stewart avenues; Stewart and Baltimore avenues; Baltimore Avenue and Newfield Road; Newfield and Magnolia roads; Stewart Avenue and Elizabeth Lane; Elizabeth Lane and Wilson Boulevard; Wilson Boulevard and Theresa Avenue; Wilson Avenue and Bertha Avenue; and Wilson Boulevard and Crain Highway.
NEWS
July 26, 1996
An armed man robbed a Glen Burnie High's convenience store Wednesday of an undisclosed amount of money, county police said.Witnesses told police the man walked into the store in the 6700 block of Ritchie Highway shortly before 8 p.m., showed an employee a black handgun and demanded cash.The clerk complied, putting money from the register into the gunman's blue gym bag. The bandit left the store and walked toward a nearby Hechinger store, police said. They did not have a detailed description of the thief.
FEATURES
By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | June 10, 1996
Do we really need another talk show on daytime TV? At least one comedian thinks so."The Rosie O'Donnell Show" (10 a.m.-11 a.m., WMAR, Channel 2) -- If talk shows are dead (and they certainly appear to be at least sick, judging by the number of casualties over the past year), what makes Rosie O'Donnell think she can survive? See if you develop any insights why during this debut show featuring George Clooney and Susan Lucci. ABC."Star Trek: Voyager" (8 p.m.-9 p.m., WNUV, Channel 54) -- A crew member is killed during a science experiment but is reborn as a vengeful amphibian.
NEWS
By Bonita Formwalt and Bonita Formwalt,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 20, 1995
A TRADITION continues Christmas Eve when Santa Claus visits Glen Burnie, sponsored by the Glen Burnie Improvement Association.The approximate schedule:* 5:30 p.m. -- Georgia Avenue and Maple Lane, Maple Lane and Virginia Avenue, Virginia Avenue and Crain Highway, New Jersey Avenue and Oak Lane, Maple Lane and New Jersey Avenue, Linden Lane and New Jersey Avenue, Linden Lane and Greenway, Greenway and Oak Lane, Greenway and Maple Lane, and Central Avenue and...
NEWS
By BONITA FORMWALT | December 21, 1994
The children of Glen Burnie better watch out and they better not cry. After all, Santa Claus is coming to town.In keeping with a tradition of more than 50 years, Glen Burnie will enjoy a Christmas Eve visit by the main elf himself as he prepares for his journey around the world.Sponsored by the Glen Burnie Improvement Association, Santa's tour is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. in the northwest corner of town. As he proceeds along his traditional route, Santa and his helpers will stop at the following corners to distribute holiday candy to area children:* 5:30 p.m. -- Georgia Avenue and Maple Lane, Maple Lane and Virginia Avenue, Virginia Avenue and Crain Highway, New Jersey Avenue and Oak Lane, Maple Lane and New Jersey Avenue, Linden Lane and New Jersey Avenue, Linden Lane and Greenway, Greenway and Oak, Greenway and Maple Lane, Central Avenue and D Street.
NEWS
By BONITA FORMWALT | December 21, 1994
The children of Glen Burnie better watch out and they better not cry. After all, Santa Claus is coming to town.In keeping with a tradition of more than 50 years, Glen Burnie will enjoy a Christmas Eve visit by the main elf himself as he prepares for his journey around the world.Sponsored by the Glen Burnie Improvement Association, Santa's tour is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. in the northwest corner of town. As he proceeds along his traditional route, Santa and his helpers will stop at the following corners to distribute holiday candy to area children:* 5:30 p.m. -- Georgia Avenue and Maple Lane, Maple Lane and Virginia Avenue, Virginia Avenue and Crain Highway, New Jersey Avenue and Oak Lane, Maple Lane and New Jersey Avenue, Linden Lane and New Jersey Avenue, Linden Lane and Greenway, Greenway and Oak, Greenway and Maple Lane, Central Avenue and D Street.
FEATURES
By Jill Gerston and Jill Gerston,Special to The Sun | December 1, 1994
New York -- "I LOVE IT!" shrieks Ricki Lake, preening before a full-length mirror in a simple, tailored black pants suit. "So what do you think?""You look great," soothes designer Todd Oldham, who is getting the talk show host ready for a television awards ceremony. He nips in the waistline an inch and piles her hair on her head in a sexy tumble of curls festooned with colorful rhinestone barettes. "What we don't want is to do some heap of beads like all the soap opera ladies wear. Because the suit is so elegant, you can go for it with the hair.
FEATURES
By Jill Gerston and Jill Gerston,Contributing Writer | April 12, 1993
NEW YORK -- Folded gracefully behind a table in her East Side office, Carolyn Roehm looks serene and demure in gray flannel trousers and a pink cashmere sweater that complements her ivory skin and dark brown hair.It's not the stiffly coiffed, bejeweled Ms. Roehm once featured in fashion magazines that rhapsodized about the glamorous designer/socialite whose let-them-eat-cake lifestyle came to epitomize the unembarrassed extravagance of the '80s.The image you expect is of a very expensive bottle of champagne; what you get is more like warm camomile tea in a fragile china cup."
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