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By Mary Corey, Sun Magazine | September 2, 2010
We all remember the work experience that shaped us — the mentor, the project, the promotion. For me, it was an internship at the Sun Magazine. I began there in 1984, at a desk cobbled together from a light table and spare folding chair. Somewhere between opening mail and writing my first story, I fell in love with the place and the profession. This, I realized, is what I want to do. Since becoming head of The Sun newsroom, I've thought a lot about those days — how scary, thrilling and inspiring they were.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2014
This Sunday's Sun Magazine is devoted to dining, and the magazine's centerpiece is our list of Baltimore's 50 best restaurants. You can have a look at that list now, in a beautiful new interactive database designed by Baltimore Sun web producer Greg Kohn. But there's more. You can also see what Baltimore Sun readers said were their 10 favorite restaurants, along with our lists of  favorite Baltimore d esserts , some of the best new dishes we've met in the past year and our favorite inexpensive dishes in the city.
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July 14, 1991
1. Only amateur photographers are eligible to enter. Anyone is eligible except employees of the Times Mirror Co. and their families, and employees of Eastman Kodak Co. and their families.2. No rules or information about the contest will be given over the phone. The winners will be announced in the Oct. 13 issue.3. Black-and-white or color pictures taken after Jan. 1, 1989, are eligible. The contest ends at midnight Aug. 12, 1991. All entries should be mailed to the Sun Magazine Photo Contest, The Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 21278.
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November 18, 2013
Last week, the Harrisburg, Pa., Patriot-News' editorial board did something we editorial writers are loath to do: admit a monumental error in judgment. With tomorrow's 150th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address fast approaching, the current editorialists at what was, in 1863, the Patriot & Union, felt it incumbent upon themselves to officially apologize for their predecessors' dismissal of the most celebrated presidential remarks in our nation's history as "silly.
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By Jill Rosen, The Baltimore Sun | February 9, 2012
Architects live and breathe design, blissfully losing themselves in details most people would never notice — the bevel of a trim, the way light falls across a room, squared legs or curved. So what happens, we wondered, when two such aesthetes come together under one roof? Do they lie awake at night, pondering three-inch moldings or four? Is there a prenup for the Eames chairs? Do they fight tooth and nailhead? Judging from the example set by these married Baltimore architects who live and work together, it all comes together much more smoothly than any of that.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2013
William Stump, a veteran Baltimore editor and journalist, died of pneumonia Wednesday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The former Cockeysville resident was 90. Recalled for his open mind and the help he gave aspiring writers, Mr. Stump was a past editor of Baltimore Magazine, which he led from a Chamber of Commerce publication to an urban monthly. He was also the old News American's last editorial page editor. Born in Orange, N.J., and raised in Emmorton in Harford County, he was the son of Dr. William Stump, a ship's physician, and Constance Poor, whose father was a founder of the Standard & Poor's financial ratings.
NEWS
July 30, 2013
Although I enjoyed reading this Sunday's special issue of Sun Magazine entitled "50 Women to Watch", I was extremely disappointed at the glaring omission of Sen. Barbara Mikulski from the list. Considering all that Senator Mikulski has done for Maryland's citizens during her service since 1971 as Baltimore city councilwoman, U.S. congresswoman, and U.S. Senator, how does she not deserve a top spot on a list during which you discussed "the most intriguing, powerful and memorable personalities making an impact on the Baltimore region?"
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July 30, 2013
I agree with the Sun Magazine 's view that former Baltimore City Mayor Sheila Dixon is a woman who should be watched - watched like a hawk ( "50 women to watch in Baltimore," July 22). Douglas Kaplan, Baltimore
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By Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2013
The Baltimore Sun Media Group is launching a paid summer internship in honor of Mary J. Corey, the first woman to lead The Baltimore Sun newsroom. The internship was announced Monday at a memorial dedication for Corey, who died in February of breast cancer . The dedication was held in the news organization's Mount Vernon office, where a photograph of Corey was installed on a wall in the main lobby above pictures of The Sun's founder, Arunah S. Abell, and H.L. Mencken, the renowned Sun journalist known as the "Sage of Baltimore.
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March 2, 2013
Mary Corey believed in Baltimore, and she believed in The Sun. Faith in those two things, like a rooting interest in the Orioles, has not always been easy to maintain. Indeed, The Sun's editor, who died this week of breast cancer at the age of 49, lived through a trying era for her hometown and led her hometown paper's newsroom through some of the most difficult years in its history. But she had confidence in both, not because she was a loyal cheerleader but because she was determined to make them better.
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By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | March 2, 2013
Mary J. Corey, whose personal warmth was matched by a drive that led her to become the first woman in The Baltimore Sun's 176-year history to head its newsroom, died Tuesday of breast cancer . The Sun's senior vice president and director of content, who was 49, essentially grew up at her hometown paper, joining it as a college intern and rising through its reporting and editing ranks. She led The Sun to regional Newspaper of the Year honors during the past two years and spearheaded new print and digital sections while building on its tradition of investigative journalism.
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By Sam Sessa, The Baltimore Sun | November 16, 2012
A large drawing hangs behind Doreen Bolger's desk, dripping with the words "Forward in all directions. " The phrase, drawn with bleach on dark paper by Baltimore artist Colin Benjamin, has become something of a mantra for Bolger, the director of the Baltimore Museum of Art . "I like it for many reasons," Bolger said. "How do you move forward if 'forward' is in five directions?" Lately, that's just what she's been doing. For nearly two years, she has overseen the renovation of the museum's Contemporary Wing, which reopens this week.
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By Catherine Mallette, The Baltimore Sun | November 16, 2012
I always go a little crazy this time of year. Yes, I am one of those annoying people who listen nonstop to Christmas music on Sirius each season. I start shopping for gifts before Halloween, and one of the highlights of October is choosing a color scheme for the year's wrapping paper. I know it's compulsive, but I like assigning each family member a different print because I am also a wrap-as-you-buy person, and it helps me make sure the kids have about the same number of gifts. (Not that, at 22 and 19, they are even really kids any more, or care how many presents they get. But still.)
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