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By Donald Munro and Donald Munro,McClatchy News Service | June 18, 1992
Fresno, Calif--My buddy hadn't seen me in three or four months. His San Francisco Bay Area hipness oozes from him like cologne, and when I opened my door, he looked at me with a critical eye."Cool," he said approvingly. "You look just like Luke Perry."I've never been surfing, I don't drink and drive, and as far as I know, my last shopping mall appearance didn't include hordes of screaming women."Excuse me?""The sideburns," he replied. "They're cool. You look like you're in the cast of '90210.
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By Tanika White and Tanika White,SUN STAFF | August 28, 2004
Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley and Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. may be feuding over who's the better man to run the city school system (and soon, perhaps, the state), but on the question of which politician has the better haircut, O'Malley wins, hands down. His honor the mayor rarely has a strand of hair out of place, yet he manages to look comfortably neat, instead of stuffy. His cut is short, but not severe. His style is conservative without that choirboy feel. At every public appearance, he looks freshly shorn.
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By Orlando Sentinel | December 26, 1990
Gangster movies are back and so are sideburns. Could there be a connection? Kathy Weaver thinks so."It's gangster chic," said Weaver, director of education for the Supercuts chain of hairstyling salons.She predicts that fashion-conscious young men will be sporting the look that's big in the latest spate of gangster movies, including "Goodfellas," "Godfather III" and Dustin Hoffman's "Billy Bathgate."Essentially, the hair is long and slicked back on top, but fairly short at the back and sides except for those sideburns on the cheeks.
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By TaNoah V. Sterling and TaNoah V. Sterling,Sun Staff | October 24, 1995
Police are looking for a man who, for no apparent reason, shot a sleeping woman on the Central Light Rail yesterday.Roslyn Jukes, 28, was recovering from a single gunshot wound to the right shoulder. She was taken to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore after the shooting, where she was treated and released, police said.Ms. Jukes was riding south from Baltimore about 8:30 a.m. when the man, the only other passenger in the rail car, stood, pointed a 9 mm handgun and fired one round from behind Ms. Jukes as the train approached the Ferndale station, police said.
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By Lois Fenton | June 20, 1991
Q. My wife says my sideburns are too long. I'm a businessman and I'm lucky to be blessed with a full head of hair. I don't want to make any major changes, and I don't want to look like I'm in the army. But maybe something could give me a little more up-to-date look. Any suggestions?A: Women have long understood the importance of attractive -- and stylish -- hair. They know that when their hair looks good, they feel great. Men are only recently coming to this same realization.Even a well-dressed man can look "out of it" if his hair is too long.
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By Rod Stafford Hagwood and Rod Stafford Hagwood,Fort Lauderdale News & Sun-Sentinel | November 8, 1990
For men, hairstyles today are a reversal of the '80s.In the past decade, hair was long in the back and short on top. Switch that around and you'll be on top of the '90s."
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By Ken Rosenthal | May 7, 1992
He is the Samson of baseball, a figure growing from mythical to Biblical proportions, a hitter displaying super-human strength.Woe to any Delilah who makes Brady Anderson shave his sideburns."
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By Lois Fenton | June 24, 1992
Q: Can you give me any suggestions as to where I can find men's shirts with interesting or different collars? Years ago I had a couple of shirts that I liked with rounded (English type) collars. Are these declasse?A: The collar you described -- usually known as the club collar -- is not at all socially unacceptable, and it is almost impossible to find. This small, Peter Pan type collar is often worn with a collar bar or pin. Brooks Brothers made it until recently; they called it the "golf" collar.
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By TaNoah V. Sterling and TaNoah V. Sterling,Sun Staff | October 24, 1995
Police are looking for a man who, for no apparent reason, shot a sleeping woman on the Central Light Rail yesterday.Roslyn Jukes, 28, was recovering from a single gunshot wound to the right shoulder. She was taken to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore after the shooting, where she was treated and released, police said.Ms. Jukes was riding south from Baltimore about 8:30 a.m. when the man, the only other passenger in the rail car, stood, pointed a 9 mm handgun and fired one round from behind Ms. Jukes as the train approached the Ferndale station, police said.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | May 29, 1992
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Orioles relief pitcher Gregg Olson would like to look more like the Mad Hungarian, but his new beard has not had the desired effect. At this point, he would be lucky to pass for a slightly perturbed Czech.Starter Mike Mussina had hoped that his new goatee would strike fear into the hearts of opposing hitters. Instead, his Leninesque growth has left him looking more like a member of the Socialist Workers Party than a baseball player.Outfielder Brady Anderson arrived at spring training with his sideburns reaching well below the ear. It had nothing to do with his on-field persona.
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By John E. Woodruff and John E. Woodruff,Tokyo Bureau | April 6, 1993
TOKYO -- Being the king of The King's impersonators is no guarantee of a princely life in Japan.In fact, the life is so lean it may drive Yasumasa Mori to get a job to help his wife support him.At age 31, Mr. Mori won his title as the world-champion Elvis Presley impersonator fair and square last August -- in Memphis, Tenn., on the 15th anniversary of the king of rock 'n' roll's death. He was up against 200 U.S. and foreign Elvis look-alikes, sound-alikes and assorted other hopefuls. He is the first non-American to win.He competed with no sideburns, no potbelly and no shades.
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By Lois Fenton | June 24, 1992
Q: Can you give me any suggestions as to where I can find men's shirts with interesting or different collars? Years ago I had a couple of shirts that I liked with rounded (English type) collars. Are these declasse?A: The collar you described -- usually known as the club collar -- is not at all socially unacceptable, and it is almost impossible to find. This small, Peter Pan type collar is often worn with a collar bar or pin. Brooks Brothers made it until recently; they called it the "golf" collar.
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By Lois Fenton and Lois Fenton,Contributing Writer | June 18, 1992
Q: Can you give me any suggestions as to where I can find men's shirts with interesting or different collars? Years ago I had a couple of shirts that I liked with rounded (English type) collars. Are these declasse?A: The collar you described -- usually known as the club collar -- is not at all socially unacceptable, but it is almost impossible to find. This small, Peter Pan type collar is often worn with a collar bar or pin. Brooks Brothers made it until recently; they called it the "golf" collar.
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By Donald Munro and Donald Munro,McClatchy News Service | June 18, 1992
Fresno, Calif--My buddy hadn't seen me in three or four months. His San Francisco Bay Area hipness oozes from him like cologne, and when I opened my door, he looked at me with a critical eye."Cool," he said approvingly. "You look just like Luke Perry."I've never been surfing, I don't drink and drive, and as far as I know, my last shopping mall appearance didn't include hordes of screaming women."Excuse me?""The sideburns," he replied. "They're cool. You look like you're in the cast of '90210.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | May 29, 1992
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Orioles relief pitcher Gregg Olson would like to look more like the Mad Hungarian, but his new beard has not had the desired effect. At this point, he would be lucky to pass for a slightly perturbed Czech.Starter Mike Mussina had hoped that his new goatee would strike fear into the hearts of opposing hitters. Instead, his Leninesque growth has left him looking more like a member of the Socialist Workers Party than a baseball player.Outfielder Brady Anderson arrived at spring training with his sideburns reaching well below the ear. It had nothing to do with his on-field persona.
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By Ken Rosenthal | May 7, 1992
He is the Samson of baseball, a figure growing from mythical to Biblical proportions, a hitter displaying super-human strength.Woe to any Delilah who makes Brady Anderson shave his sideburns."
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By Lois Fenton and Lois Fenton,Contributing Writer | June 18, 1992
Q: Can you give me any suggestions as to where I can find men's shirts with interesting or different collars? Years ago I had a couple of shirts that I liked with rounded (English type) collars. Are these declasse?A: The collar you described -- usually known as the club collar -- is not at all socially unacceptable, but it is almost impossible to find. This small, Peter Pan type collar is often worn with a collar bar or pin. Brooks Brothers made it until recently; they called it the "golf" collar.
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By Tanika White and Tanika White,SUN STAFF | August 28, 2004
Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley and Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. may be feuding over who's the better man to run the city school system (and soon, perhaps, the state), but on the question of which politician has the better haircut, O'Malley wins, hands down. His honor the mayor rarely has a strand of hair out of place, yet he manages to look comfortably neat, instead of stuffy. His cut is short, but not severe. His style is conservative without that choirboy feel. At every public appearance, he looks freshly shorn.
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By Lois Fenton | June 20, 1991
Q. My wife says my sideburns are too long. I'm a businessman and I'm lucky to be blessed with a full head of hair. I don't want to make any major changes, and I don't want to look like I'm in the army. But maybe something could give me a little more up-to-date look. Any suggestions?A: Women have long understood the importance of attractive -- and stylish -- hair. They know that when their hair looks good, they feel great. Men are only recently coming to this same realization.Even a well-dressed man can look "out of it" if his hair is too long.
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By Orlando Sentinel | December 26, 1990
Gangster movies are back and so are sideburns. Could there be a connection? Kathy Weaver thinks so."It's gangster chic," said Weaver, director of education for the Supercuts chain of hairstyling salons.She predicts that fashion-conscious young men will be sporting the look that's big in the latest spate of gangster movies, including "Goodfellas," "Godfather III" and Dustin Hoffman's "Billy Bathgate."Essentially, the hair is long and slicked back on top, but fairly short at the back and sides except for those sideburns on the cheeks.
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