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By Sam Sessa | sam.sessa@baltsun.com and Baltimore Sun reporter | December 24, 2009
In the spring of 1995, three of Thaddeus Stamps' friends wanted to form a hard-core band. They had all the instruments covered, but they needed a singer. On a whim, Stamps offered to fill in while they searched for one. He practiced with the group once in its basement rehearsal space and was about to leave when members asked him to be the full-time singer. "I was like, 'See you later,' and they said, 'You want the job?,' " Stamps recalls. "I said, 'I didn't know I was auditioning.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2013
CHESTER, Pa. -- An article I wrote for Saturday's editions detailed how Kip Turner was just one of three goalkeepers since 2005 to record a save percentage of at least 60 percent in the Major League Lacrosse postseason and how he parlayed that performance into propelling the Chesapeake Bayhawks to the championship last season - their fourth Steinfeld Trophy in franchise history. With a 53.8 save percentage (14 saves on 26 shots) in No. 2 seed Chesapeake's 13-12 decision against the No. 3 seed Hamilton Nationals in Saturday's semifinal at PPL Park, Turner is off last year's pace, but the most significant result is that he and his teammates are one victory away from capturing back-to-back titles.
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June 13, 2003
On June 9, 2003, THOMAS A. STOUT, SR., beloved husband of Gertrude "Trudy" W. Stout (nee Wagner). Devoted father of Carol Stout White, Thomas A. Jr., John K., David M. and Mark J. Stout. Beloved brother of the late John C. Stout, Sr., devoted brother-in-law of Elizabeth Stout, Henry N. Wagner, Jr. and Charles Albert Wagner. He is also survived by seven grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. The family will receive relatives and friends in the Chapel of Stella Maris Hospice, Dulaney Valley Rd., Towson, MD. on Saturday 10 to 11 A.M. where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 A.M. Entombment in Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2012
Renee Stout is the winner of the 2012 Janet and Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize, but a look at her photos, prints and other creations gives a glimpse of another woman — Fatima Mayfield. The woman is an alter ego Stout created, pulling her name from those of a poor, friendly elderly neighbor named Fatima and a vendor of mystical and spiritual supplies in Washington known as Miss Mayfield. Stout said she began using the character nearly two decades ago to overcome her own shyness about making observations about culture and spirituality.
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January 16, 2005
On Thursday, January 13, 2005, BOBBY RAY STOUT SR., of Linthicum; cherished husband of Sheila Stout; loving father of Bobby Jr., Luke and Jersey Stout; dear stepfather of Spencer, Sawyer and Samual Fox; beloved son of Stella and the late Thomas Stout; caring brother of Ramona and Paul Stout, remembered grandson of Roxie and the late Ray Miles. Also survived by many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews The family will receive visitors at the family owned Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Avenue, SW (at Crain Hwy)
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September 27, 2005
On September 26, 2005, VIOLET MAE STOUT of Glen Burnie, devoted wife of 57 years to William A. Stout, Sr., loving daughter of the late Edgar and Mildred Smith, beloved mother of Gary R. Stout and stepmother of William A. Stout Jr., and Jacqueline Mc Kenzie, loving sister of Charlotte Delp and her husband Robert, Patricia Corbman and the late Dorothy Baker, Wilbur Smith and her Herbert Thomas, Jr., cherished grandmother of Eric M., Laura K., and Sara E....
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October 11, 2005
HELEN JUANITA STOUT MORRIS, 89, of Huntersville, NC, formerly of Baltimore, MD, died Saturday, October 8, 2005 at Huntersville Oaks. Born November 24, 1915 in Lenoir City, TN, to the late A.S. and Myrtle Wright Stout. Survivors include her sister, Anna Sterling of TN, five grandchildren, Cheri Contes, Kimberly Johnson, Scott Schuster, Ashley Schuster and Nichole Schuster and five great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, Helen was preceded in death by her husband, Charles J. Morris, and a son, Harold Schuster.
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By Rob Kasper and Rob Kasper,rob.kasper@baltsun.com | March 11, 2009
Irish stout, like a leprechaun, can fool you. It looks dark and stark, but is actually light, friendly and refreshing. As Garrett Oliver points out in his book The Brewmaster's Table, the alcohol content of Irish stout is usually below 5 percent by volume, and that is lower than the typical American lager. Roasted barley and malts give the stout its rich, black color. Cans of stout now come equipped with a rattling widget that, when the can is popped open, helps dissolved nitrogen bubbles form the classic creamy head.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | June 14, 2003
Thomas A. Stout Sr., an Army medic who participated in the Battle of the Bulge and later worked for 42 years for the Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., died of kidney failure Monday at Mercy Ridge Retirement Community in Timonium. He was 79. Mr. Stout was born in Baltimore and raised in the city's Union Square neighborhood. He graduated from Polytechnic Institute. He went to work for C&P as an installer in 1941, and three years later joined the Army, where he served as a medic. After landing at Normandy six days after D-Day, he served in Europe with the 106th Infantry.
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By Karen Zeiler and Karen Zeiler,Contributing Writer | May 31, 1993
James Victor Stout Sr., whose jobs over the years ranged from delivery man to college instructor and who had an evangelic fascination with the metric system, died Thursday at Good Samaritan Hospital of complications following a stroke. He was 83.Mr. Stout was considered by many who knew him to be a jack-of-all-trades, having also worked over the years as a produce salesman, plumber, painter-decorator, furniture repairman and refinisher, banjo player, radio repairman, ship's radio operator, electronics teacher, broadcast engineer, locksmith, welder and organist.
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By Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | July 14, 2012
A Washington, D.C., artist who works in multiple media was awarded the 2012 Janet and Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize - a $30,000 purse - at a ceremony Saturday evening at the Baltimore Museum of Art . Renee Stout, whose painting, drawing, prints, sculpture and photography explore her African-American heritage, beat five other finalists for the honor, according to a statement from the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, which sponsors...
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By Karen Nitkin, Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 2, 2012
A local charity will benefit from the beer-making skills of Vincent and Suzanne Powers, winners of the second annual H.E.R.O Homebrew contest run by the DuClaw Brewing Company. The Nottingham residents won the contest with their Chocolate Chipotle Stout, beating 54 other home-brewed offerings. The beer will be made by DuClaw and sold in the chain's brewpubs and at retail locations. Proceeds will go to a charity that will be chosen at the end of June or the beginning of July. "We're open to suggestions," said Dave Benfield, CEO of the Maryland craft brewing company, founded in 1996.
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By Marie Marciano Gullard, Special to The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2011
For Pat Stout, what started as a return on an investment with urban housing developers became an in-town address to enjoy on the weekends before finally morphing into her sole residence as well as the breathtaking repository for her vast collection of American Indian artifacts. Stout, a 70-year-old divorcee and owner of Baltimore Window Factory in Essex, enjoys a 3,000-square-foot unit in the Canal Street Malt House, a downtown reuse project built on the bones of the 1866 warehouse of the same name in Little Italy.
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By Mike Preston | April 15, 2011
When Johns Hopkins attackman Chris Boland speaks about the University of Maryland's three starting close defensemen, there is the utmost respect. "We've played against some really good defensemen this year, and I'd have to put them right up there at the top with Syracuse, and that's really, really good company," said Boland, who leads No. 3 Hopkins in scoring with 19 goals and 10 assists It's rare that a team can start three seniors on...
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By Sam Sessa and Sam Sessa,sam.sessa@baltsun.com | December 24, 2009
In the spring of 1995, three of Thaddeus Stamps' friends wanted to form a hard-core band. They had all the instruments covered, but they needed a singer. On a whim, Stamps offered to fill in while they searched for one. He practiced with the group once in its basement rehearsal space and was about to leave when members asked him to be the full-time singer. "I was like, 'See you later,' and they said, 'You want the job?,' " Stamps recalls. "I said, 'I didn't know I was auditioning.
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By ROB KASPER | December 2, 2009
Nothing says Merry Christmas like a good beer. OK, maybe not everyone shares that outlook. But recently, after sampling 59 seasonal brews, I was feeling pretty jolly. I know it is incorrect to refer to these brews as "Christmas beers," or even "holiday beers."Instead the preferred nomenclature is "winter beers." This name does not tie the beers to any particular holiday, and, among other things, it makes them easier to sell after Dec. 25. Nonetheless, as soon I see lights twinkling, I get thirsty for the richer, and in some instances spicy, beers that brewers release this time of year both as a thank-you to their loyal customers, and a way to snag some new ones.
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By John W. Stewart | October 1, 1990
Two individual state champions, Bill Stout and Dave Rasley, combined to win the first two-man team championship of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation at Mount Pleasant Golf Course yesterday. The pair put together 2-under-par rounds of 69-69138 and led a field of 63 teams by two strokes.Stout had previously won the Maryland Stroke Play title at Mount Pleasant in July, and Rasley has won the Mid-Amateur championship of the Maryland State Golf Association at Glenn Dale GC in August.This time, Stout birdied the first hole, Rasley the second, and they followed with 16 pars.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,GLENN.GRAHAM@BALTSUN.COM | October 24, 2009
Handling the offensive burden early and then leaning on its strong defense the rest of the way, the McDonogh boys soccer team came away with a 3-0 win over visiting Loyola Friday afternoon. Senior midfielder Jake Weiner scored in the second minute and senior defender Neal Desai followed with a goal minutes later for the early advantage. The visiting Dons often pressed, but the home team's sturdy defense, led by seniors Joe Meyer and Marquez Fernandez, didn't budge. The victory assures the No. 2 Eagles (17-2)
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