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By Orlando Sentinel | September 20, 1991
"Step by Step," a sitcom premiering at 8:30 tonight on ABC (Channel 13), turns out to be much better than expected. But then, we weren't expecting much.In fact, we were expecting the worst: Noted bimbo Suzanne Somers ("Three's Company") and noted poker face Patrick Duffy ("Dallas") in a domestic comedy from the same producers who gave us "Full House."But Ms. Somers and Mr. Duffy triumph over their stereotypes, and are supported by a excellent cast of actors who play their six children. "Step by Step" proves to be a superior example of the Friday-night light genre ABC has done so well.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,michael.sragow@baltsun.com | February 20, 2009
Waltz With Bashir views war from the inside out and the outside in. It carries the shock of full disclosure. Ari Folman, the writer-director, was a member of the Israeli Defense Forces in 1982, during the Israeli army's occupation of southern Lebanon and the massacre conducted under its eyes by Lebanese Christian Phalangists at the Palestinian refugee camps of Sabra and Shatila. The bloodletting came after the assassination of Lebanon's Christian president, Bashir Gemayel. But from the outset, grotesque cruelty marked the Christian militia's treatment of Palestinian terrorists and civilians.
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By JEANE KIRKPATRICK | December 29, 1993
Washington. -- Rome was not built in a day, and the Treaty of Rome, establishing the bases of European Union has been decades in developing. But, step by step, the construction and integration of Europe proceeds. The first of this year, the single European market was born. The first of last month, the Maastricht Treaty came into effect.Without fireworks the European Community thus transformed itself into the European Union -- the EC into the EU. The citizens of the 12 member-states became citizens of the European Union as well.
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By Kate Shatzkin | April 30, 2008
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,Sun Staff Writer | February 2, 1994
They have come by the hundreds to the Challenge for Change convention at the Omni Inner Harbor Hotel, a safe house where inner children can meet other inner children, cry, hug and confess with no sense of shame.They are young and old, white and black, middle-class and blue-collar -- and all veterans of Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Food Addicts Anonymous, Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous and other 12-step programs for compulsive behaviors.The 12-step method, pioneered in the 1930s as a road to recovery for alcoholics, has become much more than a treatment.
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By Kate Shatzkin | April 30, 2008
cakecentral.com This site is for those who want their cakes to be works of art. You can get ideas from the photos and discussion forums, and learn step-by-step decorating techniques.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | October 23, 1991
If it's true that you can tell a lot about a society by its celebrities, what does it say about us that Patrick Duffy is ZTC becoming one of our biggest stars?This is something we should worry about, I think.Duffy's new sitcom, "Step by Step," is the second highest-rated new show of the season, and tonight at 9 (Channel 2) NBC trusts him to carry Danielle Steele's "Daddy" against game four of the World Series on CBS.While Duffy is surprisingly good at comedy on "Step by Step," he is not much of a dramatic actor.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | November 11, 1996
WASHINGTON -- Mindful of lessons learned in the last four years, President Clinton and his aides are developing incremental proposals to fill gaps in health insurance coverage, administration officials said.The proposals, to help provide coverage for some of the nation's 10 million uninsured children and to help pay premiums for workers who are between jobs, look more feasible now because medical costs are coming under control.Donna E. Shalala, secretary of health and human services, said last week that the administration would try to expand coverage step by step, rather than by proposing a grand scheme to redesign the health care system.
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December 7, 1992
* Name:Becky McDivitt, 16, of Glen Burnie.* School: Glen Burnie High School.* Accomplishments: Becky is a high school sophomore in the top 5 percent of her class. She has been selected to the All-County cross country team for the past two years and plays the alto saxophone in her high school's marching band. She is also a Student Government representative for her class.In addition, she is on the Severna Park YMCA swim team.In her spare time she enjoys roller-blading, skiing and reading adventure novels.
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By SUSAN REIMER | May 14, 2006
GARDENING FIND PRESERVING PRECIOUS PETALS If you want to preserve flowers -- from a prom, wedding or graduation or for craft creations -- Universal Flowers has just the product in Forever Flowers, a liquid flower preservative. Each flower is prepared by simply dipping it into this patented substance for one to three seconds. The flower dries in minutes and remains pliable and soft to the touch. Light-colored flowers, such as yellow, pink, white and peach, take on an antique finish. Darker-colored flowers hold their tone, and take on a satiny sheen.
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By Meredith Cohn and Meredith Cohn,Sun reporter | January 3, 2008
A few rounds in the gym. A jog to school. A lap around a lake. With a few hundred steps here and a few hundred steps there, about 30 students at Northwood Elementary School are each aiming to log 26.2 miles by spring. That's a marathon - an entire adult-sized, sweat-producing, medal-earning marathon. These kids and close to 2,000 others at 15 Baltimore City elementary schools and five Baltimore County schools are working toward that Olympic-sized goal as part of a new program that prods youngsters to change their increasingly sedentary and sometimes dangerously unhealthy ways.
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By Sumathi Reddy and Sumathi Reddy,Sun reporter | October 27, 2007
As dusk settles, the glittering lights of downtown emerge, just a few miles away -- but a world removed -- from one of the roughest areas in one of the deadliest cities in the country. A group gathers on the corner of North Patterson Park Avenue and East Hoffman Street in East Baltimore, within blocks of the scenes of at least eight homicides this year. Police officers and representatives from the mayor's office, a mother from South Baltimore and a couple hand-in-hand, two members of the Guardian Angels in their signature red jackets and berets.
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By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,[Special to The Sun] | January 21, 2007
Over a year ago, Kenneth Shook's brother sent him a letter containing a challenge: Complete the enclosed puzzle, and he would pay him $2. Solving the puzzle just required a little logic, said Shook, a 76-year-old Westminster resident. He quickly completed the puzzle, stuffed it into an envelope and waited for his $2. But the money didn't come. "My brother told me he wasn't going to pay me until I wrote down how I completed the puzzle," Shook said. "So I wrote step-by-step instructions on how I solved it."
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By SUSAN REIMER | May 14, 2006
GARDENING FIND PRESERVING PRECIOUS PETALS If you want to preserve flowers -- from a prom, wedding or graduation or for craft creations -- Universal Flowers has just the product in Forever Flowers, a liquid flower preservative. Each flower is prepared by simply dipping it into this patented substance for one to three seconds. The flower dries in minutes and remains pliable and soft to the touch. Light-colored flowers, such as yellow, pink, white and peach, take on an antique finish. Darker-colored flowers hold their tone, and take on a satiny sheen.
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By GUS G. SENTEMENTES and GUS G. SENTEMENTES,SUN REPORTER | April 4, 2006
They gathered in a parking lot in Cherry Hill, held hands in the brisk early evening, and said a brief prayer for their neighborhood. Then they began walking. Some were elderly, some were young. Some walked unaided, while two puttered along on electric scooters. Their common purpose: reclaiming a neighborhood, where many of them grew up and raised families, from crime and disorder. Around South Baltimore, groups of residents have persevered over the past two years in walking the streets of their neighborhoods, from Federal Hill to Otterbein, from Brooklyn to Sharp-Leadenhall, in a modest partnership with the Baltimore Police Department.
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By CASSANDRA A. FORTIN and CASSANDRA A. FORTIN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 12, 2006
2000 is a year recalled fondly by members of Fallston High School's dance team club. At the same time, it's one the dancers would like to forget. It was the year when the school founded the team. It also was the year when the dance troupe, led by a science teacher with no dance expertise, performed at just four school athletic functions and finished 31st out of 36 teams at a regional competition. "We didn't know what we were doing, but we made do with what we had," said Carrie Cummings, an earth science teacher who has been the coach of the team since the beginning.
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By Michael Pakenham | June 24, 2001
"Backyard Ballistics," by William Gurstelle (Chicago Review Press, 169 pages, $16.95) Just in time for Fourth of July preparations is this generally outrageous but responsible celebration and guide to serious amateur fun that goes bang. Subtitled "Build potato cannons, paper match rockets, Cincinnati fire kites, tennis ball mortars, and more dynamite devices," it is properly heavy on safety warnings and instructions. All the 13 grown-up toys that are outlined are intended purely for the fun of it -- none is potentially lethal, though they should all be built under adult supervision.
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