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By Mary Maushard and Mary Maushard,SUN STAFF | June 11, 1996
It was a textbook slumber party -- pizza and videos, tortilla chips and loud music, doughnuts and laughter.For 47.Well, maybe only 42 or 43 showed up, but the original guest list for Sunday's sleepover at the home of Susan and Richard Klein numbered 47 -- their daughter Lauren and her 46 chums in Garrison Forest School's Class of '96.In graduation ceremonies tomorrow, the young women will cross the courtyard at the Owings Mills girls' school on their way...
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By [LIZ ATWOOD] | September 30, 2007
THE GIRLZONE 7590 Main St., Sykesville / 410-549-PINK / Hours: Open by appointment ........................ Girls just want to have fun. That's the idea behind The GirlZone, a Sykesville shop that offers spa party packages for girls ages 5 to 105. Located in historic downtown Sykesville, the funky shop is decorated in black and white with sparks of hot pink and purple. There's a front lounge area with comfy black sofas, a table for crafts and games and a back area for pedicures and facials.
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By Kate Shatzkin and Kate Shatzkin,SUN STAFF | January 23, 2005
Since Friday, the girls have turned off their cell phones and their computers. Now that it's after dark on Saturday night, they will play until sunrise. Walking on the Sabbath to the homes of friends, they have talked to each other all day. Now they will talk all night. At the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore on Park Heights Avenue, 18 teenage girls are celebrating Motzai Shabbos - the night after Sabbath - with activities like movies, swimming and exercise. The group of mostly Orthodox girls will feast on their own versions of the staples of teenagehood - kosher pizza and ice cream.
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By Kate Shatzkin and Kate Shatzkin,SUN STAFF | January 23, 2005
Since Friday, the girls have turned off their cell phones and their computers. Now that it's after dark on Saturday night, they will play until sunrise. Walking on the Sabbath to the homes of friends, they have talked to each other all day. Now they will talk all night. At the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore on Park Heights Avenue, 18 teenage girls are celebrating Motzai Shabbos - the night after Sabbath - with activities like movies, swimming and exercise. The group of mostly Orthodox girls will feast on their own versions of the staples of teenagehood - kosher pizza and ice cream.
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By Sherry Joe and Sherry Joe,Sun Staff Writer | September 11, 1994
Shanta Davis has been to pajama parties before -- but none like the one she attended this weekend on a basketball court in the Lexington Terrace section of West Baltimore."
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By [LIZ ATWOOD] | September 30, 2007
THE GIRLZONE 7590 Main St., Sykesville / 410-549-PINK / Hours: Open by appointment ........................ Girls just want to have fun. That's the idea behind The GirlZone, a Sykesville shop that offers spa party packages for girls ages 5 to 105. Located in historic downtown Sykesville, the funky shop is decorated in black and white with sparks of hot pink and purple. There's a front lounge area with comfy black sofas, a table for crafts and games and a back area for pedicures and facials.
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By Julie Rothman and Julie Rothman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 22, 2004
Janice Patten of Raeford, N.C., writes that she is seeking a recipe for O'Henry Bars. These bar cookies contained oatmeal and the batter was very thick. After baking, they were frosted with a mixture of chocolate chips and peanut butter. We received many answers to this request. Once you have tasted an O'Henry Bar, it is easy to understand why so many people are fond of this simple, old-fashioned recipe. It requires only a few ingredients and is easy for even a novice cook to make. Among the recipes we received was one from Jacqueline Corsetti of Sebastopol, Calif.
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | September 15, 1993
WASHINGTON -- Any way you look at it, this was quite a sleep over.Those formerly strange bedfellows -- Bill Clinton, George Bush and Jimmy Carter -- all tucked in under the same roof for a presidential slumber party.Never before had two former occupants of the White House been asked to stay over by the current resident.So when President Clinton offered Mr. Bush and Mr. Carter bed 'n' breakfast Monday evening, it provided a perfect nightcap for a historic day.(Dear Miss Manners: Where do you sleep the guys who used to have the house keys when you're playing host?
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | February 6, 1995
College Park -- Crammed side by side on the cement floor, they wait.Some pass the time playing cards, video games or a cramped style of Twister. Others prefer the rowdier alternatives of jamming along until 5 in the morning with a couple of guys who brought guitars or cheering for a streaker wearing only a backpack while running across the basketball court.Welcome to the Cole Field House Camp-Out, which transforms the Terrapins' home arena into an all-night dorm party. Nearly 2,300 lined up inside Cole on Thursday night to guarantee themselves one or two of the 4,000 general-admission tickets -- available to the university's 30,000 students -- that would be distributed the next morning for tomorrow's North Carolina game.
TRAVEL
By CHICAGO TRIBUNE | October 30, 2005
With a nod to a popular TV series, Omni Hotels has come up with a "Housewives on Hiatus / Girlfriends Getaway Package" featuring a one-night stay at any Omni property, a bottle of wine and various slumber-party games, including one themed to Desperate Housewives. Each girlfriend gets a bag of amenities with slippers and a one-use camera. Although costs vary, we sampled package prices for Nov. 18 and came up with room rates of $229 at the Omni Severin in Indianapolis, $144 at the Omni Majestic in St. Louis and $469 at the Omni Berkshire Place in New York.
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By Julie Rothman and Julie Rothman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 22, 2004
Janice Patten of Raeford, N.C., writes that she is seeking a recipe for O'Henry Bars. These bar cookies contained oatmeal and the batter was very thick. After baking, they were frosted with a mixture of chocolate chips and peanut butter. We received many answers to this request. Once you have tasted an O'Henry Bar, it is easy to understand why so many people are fond of this simple, old-fashioned recipe. It requires only a few ingredients and is easy for even a novice cook to make. Among the recipes we received was one from Jacqueline Corsetti of Sebastopol, Calif.
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By Mary Maushard and Mary Maushard,SUN STAFF | June 11, 1996
It was a textbook slumber party -- pizza and videos, tortilla chips and loud music, doughnuts and laughter.For 47.Well, maybe only 42 or 43 showed up, but the original guest list for Sunday's sleepover at the home of Susan and Richard Klein numbered 47 -- their daughter Lauren and her 46 chums in Garrison Forest School's Class of '96.In graduation ceremonies tomorrow, the young women will cross the courtyard at the Owings Mills girls' school on their way...
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | February 6, 1995
College Park -- Crammed side by side on the cement floor, they wait.Some pass the time playing cards, video games or a cramped style of Twister. Others prefer the rowdier alternatives of jamming along until 5 in the morning with a couple of guys who brought guitars or cheering for a streaker wearing only a backpack while running across the basketball court.Welcome to the Cole Field House Camp-Out, which transforms the Terrapins' home arena into an all-night dorm party. Nearly 2,300 lined up inside Cole on Thursday night to guarantee themselves one or two of the 4,000 general-admission tickets -- available to the university's 30,000 students -- that would be distributed the next morning for tomorrow's North Carolina game.
NEWS
By Sherry Joe and Sherry Joe,Sun Staff Writer | September 11, 1994
Shanta Davis has been to pajama parties before -- but none like the one she attended this weekend on a basketball court in the Lexington Terrace section of West Baltimore."
NEWS
By Knight-Ridder News Service | September 15, 1993
WASHINGTON -- Any way you look at it, this was quite a sleep over.Those formerly strange bedfellows -- Bill Clinton, George Bush and Jimmy Carter -- all tucked in under the same roof for a presidential slumber party.Never before had two former occupants of the White House been asked to stay over by the current resident.So when President Clinton offered Mr. Bush and Mr. Carter bed 'n' breakfast Monday evening, it provided a perfect nightcap for a historic day.(Dear Miss Manners: Where do you sleep the guys who used to have the house keys when you're playing host?
NEWS
July 20, 1993
Teen reports being raped by 3 menA teen-ager reported to police that three men raped her at a Baltimore apartment over the weekend.According to the police report, the girl was attending a slumber party on Cross Creek Drive in the Old Mill community, when she decided to leave at 12:30 a.m. Saturday.She was picked up by a man she knew only as "Xavier," who bought her alcohol and drove her around Baltimore, the police report said.He took her to an apartment in Baltimore and introduced her to three other men, who raped her, according to police.
FEATURES
By Chicago Tribune | December 24, 1998
Rebecca C., 11, recently toured Chicago's American Girl Place, which opened in November. Here's what she says about the fancy, fab spot:There's an exciting new girls place in Chicago. It's called American Girl Place, and it's all about American Girl magazine and products.The place starts with a fabulous bookstore past the entrance. You'll find books about crafts, fiction and stuff to help you out with girlhood. You'll also find AG's historical books.On the lower level, there's a boutique celebrating the girls of yesterday.
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