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By RICK MAESE | November 18, 2007
Son, why don't you get your glove and let's play some catch. Whaddya say? Horses - -! Whoa. We don't talk like that in this house. Where'd you hear that? That's what Aubrey says, Dad. Aubrey Huff? No, Dad, Aubrey Hepburn. Duh. It's all over the Internet. Well, I don't care what the Internet says. Get your glove before it gets dark. Practice makes perfect. Dad, you're so old. Aubrey says you see the ball, you hit the ball. It's not that hard. Also, can you tell Mom that for Saturday's game, she needs to let me sleep past noon.
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By MIKE BURNS | March 11, 2001
I DON'T know what good a public hearing will do on the question of whether to build a new drinking water treatment plant at Piney Run Lake. I mean, public hearings are supposed to enlighten the affected citizens and, on rare occasion, those who supposedly serve said citizenry. Another purpose, the one most respected by bureaucrats and elected officials, is to meet those pesky legal requirements for public disclosure and participation that hinder their efforts at autocratic rule. But there appears to be no need to enlighten Donald Dell and his erstwhile campaign treasurer, Robin Frazier, on the subject.
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By Jean Marbella Jean.MARBELLA @baltsun.com | December 13, 2009
Y ears from now, or maybe merely hours from now, they'll merge into one indiscernible blob, the collagen-ed lips of one blurring into the coy glances of another, their slightly funny names interchangeable. We won't remember exactly which scandalette belonged to which eager face splashed for a time seemingly everywhere. Was Jamie Jungers the White House party crasher, or a Tiger Woods inamorata? Was Balloon Boy's mom Michaele Salahi or Mayumi Heene? And which one was trying to get on "Real Housewives of Washington, D.C.," and which one already had been on "Wife Swap" but was hungering for another reality show gig?
FEATURES
By Jane Snow and Jane Snow,Knight-Ridder News Service | March 29, 1995
First we discovered pasta (as opposed to spaghetti), then moved on to tiramisu, osso buco and polenta. Americans have gone bonkers for Italian food.Now we've found the world's best way to sop up the sauce -- focaccia.The Genoan flat bread is chewy and aromatic, about as far removed from sandwich bread as sauce Bolognese is from Ragu. Restaurants -- even non-Italian -- have been offering it in bread baskets and using it for high-class sandwiches. It also turns up as an appetizer with toppings of herbs, black olives, tomatoes and cheese.
FEATURES
By Rita Calvert and Rita Calvert,Special to The Sun | June 7, 1995
Many of us are trying to eat more fish these days because we know it's healthful, but somehow, there never seem to be enough easy recipes for cooking it. There's always the "broil-it-with-a-dab-of-butter" technique, but that treatment can get boring quickly.Here is a simple, fast and efficient fish dish that makes use of a pantry staple -- canned salmon. (Yes, canned salmon or tuna still is a good way to get the great nutrients from fish.)In fact, all of the ingredients in the fish cakes are items you probably keep on hand.
NEWS
By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2013
A waterspout zipped across Baltimore harbor Monday afternoon, tossing pieces of a warehouse roof into the air, and at least one other tornado was reported in the area as storms brought heavy downpours and flooding. In Fells Point, cars sat in standing water and sandbags were placed at doors to prevent water from entering businesses. In the Inner Harbor, 1.74 inches of rain had fallen by 5 p.m. - all but a half-inch of it in the span of an hour before 4 p.m. Steve Fogleman, a Glen Burnie attorney and chairman of the Baltimore liquor board, was driving north on Interstate 95 just south of the Fort McHenry tunnel a little before 4 p.m. when he noticed a rotating cloud and something whipping through the air near Silo Point.
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By Susan Reimer, The Baltimore Sun | July 4, 2011
Roland Park neighbors trotted out their tried-and-true Fourth of July recipe Monday: Combine kids, dogs, politicians and parents with cameras. And then just add water. For this long-established tradition, the water was provided by a pair of city Fire Department trucks, which led the crowd of several hundred friends and family members on a three-block "parade," and then turned on their hoses to create a giant sprinkler under which the children — and some adults — danced. "It is wonderful," said Keats Smith, who watched from a safe distance as the kids got soaked.
SPORTS
By Zach Helfand, The Baltimore Sun | June 22, 2012
Sitting in the visitors' dugout, Davey Johnson looked out over the park that used to be home, took a deep breath and grinned. It had been 15 years, but Johnson was finally managing again in Camden Yards. "Feels good to be back," said Johnson, now the manager of the Washington Nationals, before Friday night's series opener against the Orioles. "Little different view from this angle," he added. Different view, same landmarks. There, in the dugout across the field, that's where Johnson watched his final game wearing an Orioles cap. Over the right field wall, that's where Tony Fernandez launched his series-clinching home run in the top of the 11th inning, breaking a scoreless tie for the Cleveland Indians in Game 6 of the 1997 American League Championship Series.
NEWS
By Joe Graedon and Teresa Graedon and Joe Graedon and Teresa Graedon,Special to the Sun; King Features Syndicate | February 28, 1999
Q. I read in your column about a nondrug treatment for toenail fungus. Could you please send me the home remedy since I now have fungus myself? The prescription my doctor offered is way too expensive.A. Over the years we have collected lots of remedies for nail fungus. This infection can make nails thick, rough, yellowish-brown and crumbly. Our favorite approach is a vinegar soak -- 1 part vinegar to 2 parts warm water.Q. I took Zocor for high cholesterol and stopped because it caused me to have seizures.
NEWS
By Dail Willis and Dail Willis,Ocean City Bureau of The Sun | June 26, 1994
CRISFIELD -- It was Nashville-by-the-Sea, as 15,000 people gathered yesterday in this shore town for the fourth annual Tangier Sound Country Music Festival.Ricky Van Shelton, Doug Stone, and Pam Tillis headlined an all-day program, which included Daron Norwood, Shenandoah, Victoria Shaw and McBride and the Ride."It's a lot of fun," said Traci Spickler of Baltimore, who was cooling down her friend, Brenda Chalsant, with a Super Soaker water pistol. "It's only a '50,' " she said, brandishing the water pistol.
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