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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | January 6, 1997
Unforgivably, tonight's big event, the late-night ABC premiere of "Politically Incorrect," is not being carried by the network's Baltimore affiliate. For shame. I envy those of you who can pick up WMDT in Salisbury or WJLA in Washington, which will broadcast the show nightly, beginning at 12: 05 a.m. on WMDT and 12: 35 a.m. on WJLA. As for Channel 2: Hey, let's get on the stick."Sunset Beach" (11 a.m.-noon, WBAL, Channel 11) -- Apparently nowhere in TV Land is safe from Aaron Spelling, the mega-producer who's brought the world everything form "Charlie's Angels" and "The Love Boat" to "Beverly Hills 90210" and "Melrose Place."
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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | November 20, 2011
Three men were injured in a stabbing Sunday morning at the Sunset Beach Bar & Grill in Rosedale, Baltimore County police said. A knife fight broke out at 1:49 at the bar, in the 11400 block of Pulaski Highway, said Cpl. George Erhardt. One victim was taken to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, one was taken to Franklin Square Hospital Center, and a third "is running around somewhere and hasn't checked in anywhere," Erhardt said. The two who went to the hospital were in stable condition, he said.
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By Gary Dorsey and Gary Dorsey,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 31, 1997
A steady diet of gluttonous development has made beach towns on the East Coast far less suitable as places of serenity and contemplation than as glittery hot spots of vacuous action. But on the southernmost tip of the North Carolina coastline, one island remains at least partially sequestered from the excesses elsewhere, owing its pleasant existence to the annoyance of a single-lane bridge.The hourly opening and closing of a simple pontoon bridge sets the meter for life on Sunset Beach, protecting it from the busyness of frenetic beach culture on the mainland, leaving it quietly protected for existential pleasures of the friendliest sort -- crabbing, beachcombing, fishing, bicycling, walking and communing with friends and family.
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By Karen Nitkin, Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2011
Historic, charming Cape May offers the ideal mix of stroll-worthy town, arts, restaurants and stunning beaches, with plenty of Victorian architecture to make your getaway feel like a step back in time. After enjoying a leisurely breakfast at one of the many bed-and-breakfasts in town, head out for a day of fun. (For a listing of B&Bs, go to capemay.com/capemaybedandbreakfasts.html.) Take a trolley ride Stroll over to the Mid-Atlantic Center for Arts for information on local events and to buy tickets for a history-filled trolley ride.
NEWS
April 23, 1993
* Sunset Beach: Burglars broke into a home in the first block of Poplar Road on Wednesday. Police do not know what was taken.
NEWS
January 5, 1993
POLICE LOG* Sunset Beach: A resident reported to police that someone broke into his Mazda truck while it was parked in the 300 block of Cloverhill Road Sunday and took his wallet.
NEWS
May 6, 2011
Bible study Grace Baptist Church of Sunset Beach, 17 Somerset Road in Pasadena, will hold an in-depth study class "The Revelation of Jesus Christ" on Wednesday, May 11, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Free. Information and directions: 410-255-5616.
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May 13, 1994
POLICE LOG* Sunset Beach: Someone stole a $300 stereo Tuesday from a car parked in the 8400 block of Spring Road.* Country Place: Someone stole a $419 Skyway bike Tuesday from the shed of a house in the 7900 block of Mansion House Crossing.* Pasadena: Vandals broke the windshield Tuesday of a car parked in the lot of Chesapeake High School, causing $300 in damage.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | April 16, 2001
NAVARRE BEACH, Fla. - A 45-year-old Hunt Valley man died after he and his family were caught in a riptide Friday in the Gulf of Mexico. Frank Moscardi was pulled from the surf by beach attendants and bystanders. He was the second person in a week to drown on Navarre Beach while trying to save a child from a riptide. Officials with Sunset Beach Service, whose attendants work the beach and are certified as lifeguards, said Moscardi's young son got caught in a strong current. When Moscardi and his wife went to the boy's aid, they were swept into the riptide.
NEWS
May 6, 1994
POLICE LOG* Turf Valley: Someone stole a $100 cement bird bath from the yard of a house in the 900 block of 220th St. sometime between 10 p.m. Tuesday and 7 a.m. Wednesday.* Pasadena: Thieves stole stereo equipment from a truck and a car parked on the lot of Northeast High School Wednesday morning.* Sunset Beach: Someone cut the padlock off an outside door last weekend to break into a home in the 8400 block of Miramar Road and steal $500 worth of tools.
NEWS
May 6, 2011
Bible study Grace Baptist Church of Sunset Beach, 17 Somerset Road in Pasadena, will hold an in-depth study class "The Revelation of Jesus Christ" on Wednesday, May 11, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Free. Information and directions: 410-255-5616.
NEWS
April 16, 2010
There are two main options for getting over to Cape May — you can drive the whole way, or drive and then take the ferry. Getting there There are two main ways to get to Cape May — you can drive the whole route, or drive and then take the ferry. Option 1: Drive to Cape May (about 180 minutes): Interstate 95 North, U.S. 40 East to Route 55 South until 55 ends at Route 47 South; take 47 South toward Garden State Parkway. Take Garden State Parkway, which is a toll road, until it ends.
NEWS
July 20, 2005
PAUL E. "ED" HUGHES, Former Tower Hill History Department Chair and Republic candidate for city office died Sunday, July 17, 2005 at his home in Sunset Beach, North Carolina after several years of battling cancer. Hughes who was serving his third term on Sunset Beach City Council retired to Sunset Beach in 1992. Born in Pennsboro, West Virginia in 1926, and raised in Baltimore, Maryland by parents John and Mary Hughes, Ed served in the Army Air Corp during the Second World War and later graduated from Loyola College where he was named an All American in lacrosse and played on the All South team in 1948 and 1949.
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August 9, 2003
James Heiskell Carpenter, a retired oceanographer and administrative judge for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, died of progressive supranuclear palsy Tuesday at his home in Sunset Beach, N.C. The former longtime Ellicott City resident was 75. Dr. Carpenter was born and raised in Salisbury, where he graduated from public schools. He earned his bachelor's degree in chemistry and biology in 1949 from the University of Virginia. He later earned his master's degree in 1951, and a doctorate in oceanography in 1957 from the Johns Hopkins University.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | April 16, 2001
NAVARRE BEACH, Fla. - A 45-year-old Hunt Valley man died after he and his family were caught in a riptide Friday in the Gulf of Mexico. Frank Moscardi was pulled from the surf by beach attendants and bystanders. He was the second person in a week to drown on Navarre Beach while trying to save a child from a riptide. Officials with Sunset Beach Service, whose attendants work the beach and are certified as lifeguards, said Moscardi's young son got caught in a strong current. When Moscardi and his wife went to the boy's aid, they were swept into the riptide.
NEWS
October 17, 1999
Meade High article dismays faculty membersWe, members of the current faculty at Meade Senior High School, would like to respond to Kris Antonelli's article, "Battling school's negative image," in The Sun Sept. 26.We found it disappointing that no active faculty members' opinions were in the article.We are seriously concerned that people dwell on events of more than a decade ago.Why not publish an article showcasing our honor-roll students or National Merit Scholars or award-winning Math Club or superior yearbook and newspaper staff?
FEATURES
By Gary Dorsey and Gary Dorsey,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 31, 1997
A steady diet of gluttonous development has made beach towns on the East Coast far less suitable as places of serenity and contemplation than as glittery hot spots of vacuous action. But on the southernmost tip of the North Carolina coastline, one island remains at least partially sequestered from the excesses elsewhere, owing its pleasant existence to the annoyance of a single-lane bridge.The hourly opening and closing of a simple pontoon bridge sets the meter for life on Sunset Beach, protecting it from the busyness of frenetic beach culture on the mainland, leaving it quietly protected for existential pleasures of the friendliest sort -- crabbing, beachcombing, fishing, bicycling, walking and communing with friends and family.
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