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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | October 4, 2010
Century volleyball coach Becky Trumbo wonders whether she'll get a hug from her kid brother, Bryan, tonight. It happened the last time their teams played. Becky, 26, was coaching her first season at Century last year, and Bryan, 23, was doing the same at Liberty as their teams were set to play each other. As the coaches and captains met with officials, Becky extended her hand for a routine handshake. Instead, Bryan reeled her in for a big brotherly hug. Gamesmanship?
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By Gwendolyn Glenn | June 14, 2013
If you thought your family was dysfunctional, wait until you meet the Pecks in Venus Theatre's new production, "Grieving for Genevieve. " Set in a working-class neighborhood in Baltimore, the play revolves around three sisters and their mother, who come together for the middle sister's wedding. The bride-to-be, Delilah, is getting married for the third time. Played by Ty Hallmark, who studied at the Studio Theatre in Washington and the Globe Theatre in London, Delilah is not your girl next door.
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By CINDY PARR | July 3, 1995
As the mother of three children, all of whom are at home during the summer, I can relate well to social dysfunction among siblings and the continuing search for peace and harmony on the home front in June, July and August.It's probably times like these that inspired the Youth Services Bureau of Carroll County to sponsor a workshop entitled, "Sibling Rivalry: Helping Our Children Get Along With Each Other."The workshop is one of many that will be offered throughout the summer, geared toward assisting parents in their quest to help their children.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 23, 2012
Under normal circumstances, Steele and Wells Stanwick would call each other and compare notes on games their respective men's lacrosse teams just played and offer advice on upcoming opposing defenses. This week, however, has been anything but normal. With Wells and No. 2 Johns Hopkins slated to visit Steele and No. 1 Virginia on Saturday, there hasn't been much conferring between the brothers. "This week, we haven't talked as in depth as we usually have," said Steele, the Cavaliers' top senior attackman.
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By Donna Erickson and Donna Erickson,King Features Syndicate | January 28, 1995
Sibling rivalry may be as old as Cain and Abel, but when your own kids start quibbling nonstop, it's hard to accept the jealousy normal behavior. It seems to start when a child tries to understand why the new baby in the house isn't just a visitor but is clearly there to stay!If a second child has recently arrived in your home, here's a great idea to help the preschool-age sibling along in understanding his own abilities and how important he is to the family. It's a simple bookmaking activity your child can make with you.First, talk to your preschooler about his skills and abilities.
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By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Sun Film Critic | October 26, 1990
'Sibling Rivalry'Starring Kirstie Alley.Directed by Carl Reiner.Released by Castle Rock.PG-13.**There's a delirious moment in "Sibling Rivalry" that conjures up an even more delirious moment on a recent "Saturday Night Live" where guest host Woody Harrelson and regular sex object Victoria Jackson took part in a game show called "Who's Dumber?" (It was Woosy, by a splinter).In the "Sibling Rivalry" variant, Kirstie Alley as a married woman whose first-time lover has just died in their love nest, and Bill Pullman, as a Venetian blind salesman who thinks he's killed the poor schlub (Sam Elliott as the hapless corpse)
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | November 9, 2007
Sibling rivalry replaces the romantic triangle as the pop-culture mainstay in the week's most-hyped openings - a botched Yuletide comedy and a deliberately excruciating thriller. In each, a roly-poly brother who appears to have his life and career under control ropes his scrawnier, seedier sibling into an insane enterprise that threatens to go kaput long before the final curtain. Before The Devil Knows You're Dead (THINKfilm) Starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ethan Hawke, Marisa Tomei, Albert Finney.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | February 2, 2003
These siblings are a study in similarities, not contrasts. They have the same physical gifts; cast the same commanding presence on both the basketball and volleyball court; and there's that smile that each will release in a moment's notice. There is one thing that separates John Carroll two-sport standouts Corey and Kayani Turner: 13 months of age. That explains a lot. "Corey has been very influential on Kayani," said their father, Michael Turner. "When she first started basketball, it was because Corey was playing.
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By COOKING LIGHT | August 20, 1997
There they sit, nestled together on the vine, a picture of family harmony. But looks can be deceiving. Red and green tomatoes are anything but equal in culinary popularity: The red ones are quickly gobbled up, but the green ones are passed over time and time again by gardeners and home cooks. And that favoritism, no doubt, sets the stage for sibling rivalry, with green tomatoes trying hard to step out of their older sibling's shadow.These two have such opposite personalities. The green tomato is tart; its texture is crisp and firm.
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By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,SUN STAFF | November 26, 2000
Sibling rivalry, plain and simple, fueled the first hunter who checked a deer yesterday at Angler's Sport Center in Anne Arundel County. The South River High School senior stumbled out of bed at 5 a.m., and 45 minutes later was perched in a tree stand above a field in Davidsonville to await the 6:31 start of the firearms season. Cold? Sure, but thoughts of beating your kid brother to a big, old deer was enough to keep this teen-ager warm. Ahh, the roasts. (The bragging rights). The venison chili.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | November 22, 2011
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs always puts a unique spin on things and today was no different when he was asked about participating in Thursday night's "Harbaugh Bowl" between John's Ravens, and Jim's San Francisco 49ers. "It's going to be fun, all the politics that have to do with this game between the two coaches," Suggs said. "Regardless of the end result, I can't wait to see the handshake. That's going to be awesome. " Suggs, of course, was joking about Jim Harbaugh's aggressive handshake with Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz that resulted in Schwartz chasing after him earlier this season.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | October 4, 2010
Century volleyball coach Becky Trumbo wonders whether she'll get a hug from her kid brother, Bryan, tonight. It happened the last time their teams played. Becky, 26, was coaching her first season at Century last year, and Bryan, 23, was doing the same at Liberty as their teams were set to play each other. As the coaches and captains met with officials, Becky extended her hand for a routine handshake. Instead, Bryan reeled her in for a big brotherly hug. Gamesmanship?
NEWS
By Jill Rosen | August 19, 2009
Two brothers from Frederick are also vying for the title of "Top Chef" this season: Bryan and Michael Voltaggio. Reporter Jill Rosen learns some of their thoughts on cooking, the show and what it's like to be competing against each other: Michael Voltaggio Age:: 30 Hometown: : Frederick; now lives in Pasadena, Calif. First food job: : Worked in a Frederick hotel kitchen when he was 14 or 15 years old. His brother, Brian, was already working there. "I'm the guy who's always at work. I missed most of my 20s 'cause I'm always cooking."
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By KATE SHATZKIN and KATE SHATZKIN,kate.shatzkin@baltsun.com | January 26, 2009
Kelly asked us for help with a familiar problem - getting a 2-year-old ready for a new sibling. I turned to Marian Edelman Borden, author of The Baffled Parent's Guide to Sibling Rivalry. Borden says that in the first few weeks after a new baby arrives, parents should expect both delightful moments when the kids interact beautifully, and moments that aren't so pretty. It's all normal. Here are some of her e-mailed suggestions: * "Accept the inevitable. As much as you want to create an instant loving bond between your children, there will be times when your older one (and eventually your younger child)
FEATURES
By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | November 9, 2007
Sibling rivalry replaces the romantic triangle as the pop-culture mainstay in the week's most-hyped openings - a botched Yuletide comedy and a deliberately excruciating thriller. In each, a roly-poly brother who appears to have his life and career under control ropes his scrawnier, seedier sibling into an insane enterprise that threatens to go kaput long before the final curtain. Before The Devil Knows You're Dead (THINKfilm) Starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ethan Hawke, Marisa Tomei, Albert Finney.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 13, 2007
On the lacrosse field, brothers Travis and Ben Love each have played starring roles this spring for unbeaten Winters Mill, helping the Falcons to their first county and outright conference titles. It's in their own backyard, however, where the goalie and attackman have waged some of their fiercest battles. The Loves, two of six lacrosse-playing siblings -- ranging from 20-year-old sister and former All-County player Lindsay to 5-year-old stick-wielding brother Gabriel -- have spent countless hours honing their skills by shooting on each other behind their Westminster home.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 15, 2002
SALISBURY - The sibling rivalry was left at the door when Amy Campion followed her older brother, Jason, to play basketball at Salisbury University. On occasion, they will compare good games, but it's difficult to duplicate feats. Take the men's game last month when Jason hit eight three-pointers (one shy of Salisbury men's single-game record) against York College. "I was like, `I've got to try for that,' " Amy said. On the other hand, she said, "I don't think Coach would even let me take eight, so I'd have to make them all if I'd be allowed to take them in the first place.
SPORTS
By KEN MURRAY | September 18, 2006
Free of the burden of having to play against each other, the Manning brothers got back to the business of tormenting the rest of the NFL yesterday. Peyton Manning threw for 400 yards and three touchdowns as the Indianapolis Colts trounced the Houston Texans, 43-24, once again. Eli Manning threw for 371 yards and three scores as he authored a remarkable comeback in the New York Giants' 30-24 overtime win against the Philadelphia Eagles. For Eli, it was a coronation of sorts. He absorbed eight sacks at the hands of the blitz-crazy Eagles, yet had enough left to bring the Giants back from a 17-point, fourth-quarter deficit to win in overtime.
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