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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | August 12, 1994
The night we had dinner at the Stagecoach, the bar downstairs was rocking. (There was a party going on, and what a party. It spilled out onto the sidewalk.) But up a flight of stairs in the new dining room, all was serene.While the bar downstairs is a gay bar, the dining room and upstairs lounge cater to a broader clientele. As you can guess from the name, the Stagecoach Saloon and Restaurant is the latest place to latch onto the craze for Southwestern food. The good news is that it's a sophisticated version, at least as far as the interior design is concerned.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | September 7, 2007
The rousing new Western 3:10 to Yuma has the sweep of an epic and the economy of a stopwatch. It also has one of the best ad taglines of the year: "Time waits for one man." The man the ad refers to is master stagecoach bandit Ben Wade (Russell Crowe), but the key to this ruggedly beautiful movie is that it really applies to everyone. 3:10 to Yuma (Lionsgate) Starring Christian Bale, Russell Crowe, Ben Foster, Alan Tudyk, Gretchen Mol, Peter Fonda. Directed by James Mangold. Rated R. Time 117 minutes.
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By Traci A. Johnson and Bill Talbott and Traci A. Johnson and Bill Talbott,Staff Writers | August 19, 1992
MILLERS -- A stagecoach overturned yesterday at an Old West-style camp in Carroll County, injuring all 16 of the young people aboard -- two of them seriously, police said.The accident at River Valley Ranch, just south of the Mason-Dixon Line, was blamed on spooked horses. The four horses pulling the coach apparently bolted after a boy jumped from some bushes, a ranch resident said.Fourteen of the children and young people -- ranging in age from 9 to 19 -- were treated for minor injuries at Carroll County General Hospital (CCGH)
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By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | April 22, 2004
"Every piece of currency in your billfold, every coin in your pocket, spent at least part of its life in an armored car before it got to you. And that's not the half of it. The ATM and credit cards you carry, gemstones and precious metals in your jewelry, bonds and stock certificates underlying your investments ... disputed election ballots, famous works of art, rare manuscripts ... collectibles of every sort ... all, at one time or another, have found...
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By Newsday | July 22, 1993
NEW YORK -- So you think you're an unlikely target for a carjacking because that smoke-belching, roach-infested heap you're driving with the four dented fenders and no radio is so ratty that no one else could possibly want it because you don't even want it?Well, you might be wrong, especially if, unlike your car, you look prosperous.In its first analysis ever of the crime of carjacking, the New York City police Auto Crime Division has concluded that in most cases, it's just another way to rob people of their watches and wallets and whatnot -- an alternative to mugging a pedestrian that carries the fringe benefit of a ready getaway car."
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | September 7, 2007
The rousing new Western 3:10 to Yuma has the sweep of an epic and the economy of a stopwatch. It also has one of the best ad taglines of the year: "Time waits for one man." The man the ad refers to is master stagecoach bandit Ben Wade (Russell Crowe), but the key to this ruggedly beautiful movie is that it really applies to everyone. 3:10 to Yuma (Lionsgate) Starring Christian Bale, Russell Crowe, Ben Foster, Alan Tudyk, Gretchen Mol, Peter Fonda. Directed by James Mangold. Rated R. Time 117 minutes.
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By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer | September 10, 1992
Nearly half of the overnight youth camps registered in Maryland -- including a Carroll County camp where 16 people were injured in a stagecoach accident Aug. 18 -- operate without state oversight because of a loophole in the law, officials say.At least 42 of the 101 registered sleep-over camps fall under a clause in state law that exempts them from having to obtain permits regulating their activities and hiring practices.The clause defines residential camps as those that are open at least seven consecutive 24-hour days, said Michael Hurney, chief of the state division of community services, which oversees youth camps.
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By Dorothea Straus and Dorothea Straus,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 22, 1996
"John Wayne's America: The Politics of Celebrity," by Garry Wills. Simon and Schuster. 289 pages. $26.This latest book by Garry Wills, like many of the author's other works, is unclassifiable. It is at once history, sociology, a chronicle of Hollywood films and the life of an actor - all of these, and none of them. It might be considered the biography of an idea.While Abraham Lincoln rallied the nation around the eloquence of his Gettysburg Address, Garry Wills suggests that John Wayne became an American icon, due in part, to his inarticulateness.
NEWS
November 11, 1995
Mary Grace Booker: In an obituary published Saturday, the first name of Mary Grace Booker, widow of Karl L. Booker, was omitted. Also omitted was the name of Mr. Booker's father, John L. Booker, a survivor. The Sun regrets the errors.Karl L. Booker Sr., 69, manager for phone companyKarl L. Booker Sr., a retired Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co. manager and amateur radio operator, died of cancer Wednesday at his Woodlawn residence. He was 69.Mr. Booker, who retired in 1985 as a video and mobile telephone manager for C&P, missed only one day of work in his 38-year career.
NEWS
By Donna E. Boller and Donna E. Boller,Staff Writer | August 19, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- If there is such a thing as a fortunate time for an accident, the stagecoach accident at River Valley Ranch came at a fortunate time.Fourteen camp residents from River Valley Ranch, injured yesterday afternoon when a stagecoach in which they were riding overturned, were treated at Carroll County General Hospital's emergency room. Most suffered lacerations, bruises and sprains, and all were expected to be discharged last evening. The injured, 10 males and four females, ranged in ages from 9 to 19, hospital staff members reported.
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By Dorothea Straus and Dorothea Straus,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 22, 1996
"John Wayne's America: The Politics of Celebrity," by Garry Wills. Simon and Schuster. 289 pages. $26.This latest book by Garry Wills, like many of the author's other works, is unclassifiable. It is at once history, sociology, a chronicle of Hollywood films and the life of an actor - all of these, and none of them. It might be considered the biography of an idea.While Abraham Lincoln rallied the nation around the eloquence of his Gettysburg Address, Garry Wills suggests that John Wayne became an American icon, due in part, to his inarticulateness.
NEWS
November 11, 1995
Mary Grace Booker: In an obituary published Saturday, the first name of Mary Grace Booker, widow of Karl L. Booker, was omitted. Also omitted was the name of Mr. Booker's father, John L. Booker, a survivor. The Sun regrets the errors.Karl L. Booker Sr., 69, manager for phone companyKarl L. Booker Sr., a retired Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co. manager and amateur radio operator, died of cancer Wednesday at his Woodlawn residence. He was 69.Mr. Booker, who retired in 1985 as a video and mobile telephone manager for C&P, missed only one day of work in his 38-year career.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | August 12, 1994
The night we had dinner at the Stagecoach, the bar downstairs was rocking. (There was a party going on, and what a party. It spilled out onto the sidewalk.) But up a flight of stairs in the new dining room, all was serene.While the bar downstairs is a gay bar, the dining room and upstairs lounge cater to a broader clientele. As you can guess from the name, the Stagecoach Saloon and Restaurant is the latest place to latch onto the craze for Southwestern food. The good news is that it's a sophisticated version, at least as far as the interior design is concerned.
NEWS
By Newsday | July 22, 1993
NEW YORK -- So you think you're an unlikely target for a carjacking because that smoke-belching, roach-infested heap you're driving with the four dented fenders and no radio is so ratty that no one else could possibly want it because you don't even want it?Well, you might be wrong, especially if, unlike your car, you look prosperous.In its first analysis ever of the crime of carjacking, the New York City police Auto Crime Division has concluded that in most cases, it's just another way to rob people of their watches and wallets and whatnot -- an alternative to mugging a pedestrian that carries the fringe benefit of a ready getaway car."
NEWS
By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer | September 10, 1992
Nearly half of the overnight youth camps registered in Maryland -- including a Carroll County camp where 16 people were injured in a stagecoach accident Aug. 18 -- operate without state oversight because of a loophole in the law, officials say.At least 42 of the 101 registered sleep-over camps fall under a clause in state law that exempts them from having to obtain permits regulating their activities and hiring practices.The clause defines residential camps as those that are open at least seven consecutive 24-hour days, said Michael Hurney, chief of the state division of community services, which oversees youth camps.
NEWS
By Traci A. Johnson and Bill Talbott and Traci A. Johnson and Bill Talbott,Staff Writers | August 19, 1992
MILLERS -- A stagecoach overturned yesterday at an Old West-style camp in Carroll County, injuring all 16 of the young people aboard -- two of them seriously, police said.The accident at River Valley Ranch, just south of the Mason-Dixon Line, was blamed on spooked horses. The four horses pulling the coach apparently bolted after a boy jumped from some bushes, a ranch resident said.Fourteen of the children and young people -- ranging in age from 9 to 19 -- were treated for minor injuries at Carroll County General Hospital (CCGH)
BUSINESS
By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | April 22, 2004
"Every piece of currency in your billfold, every coin in your pocket, spent at least part of its life in an armored car before it got to you. And that's not the half of it. The ATM and credit cards you carry, gemstones and precious metals in your jewelry, bonds and stock certificates underlying your investments ... disputed election ballots, famous works of art, rare manuscripts ... collectibles of every sort ... all, at one time or another, have found...
NEWS
February 11, 2014
Laurel police report felonies, arrests and property crimes. Prince George's County police report violent crimes and property crimes. Howard County police report major crimes, break-ins and car thefts. City of Laurel Elaine Court, 9100 block, Feb. 2. Robbery with firearm/aggravated assault. Irving Street, 100 block, Jan. 29. Theft. Marshall Avenue, 9100 block, Jan. 29. Shoplifting. B Street, Unit block, Jan. 29. Forced-entry burglary. Chestnut Court, 14000 block, Jan. 28. Forced-entry burglary.
NEWS
By Donna E. Boller and Donna E. Boller,Staff Writer | August 19, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- If there is such a thing as a fortunate time for an accident, the stagecoach accident at River Valley Ranch came at a fortunate time.Fourteen camp residents from River Valley Ranch, injured yesterday afternoon when a stagecoach in which they were riding overturned, were treated at Carroll County General Hospital's emergency room. Most suffered lacerations, bruises and sprains, and all were expected to be discharged last evening. The injured, 10 males and four females, ranged in ages from 9 to 19, hospital staff members reported.
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