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October 3, 2013
Check out the local talent at Laurel Mill Playhouse's talent show, Saturday, Oct. 5 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 6 at 2 p.m., at the theater, 508 Main St. Performers will be in dressy attire. Tickets are $15 for general admission. Admission for students (18 and under), active duty military and seniors (65 and over) is $12. For reservations, call 301-617-9906 and press 2. For more information, go to laurelmillplayhouse.org or contact Maureen Rogers at maureencrogers@gmail.com or 301-452-2557.
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NEWS
October 3, 2013
Check out the local talent at Laurel Mill Playhouse's talent show, Saturday, Oct. 5 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 6 at 2 p.m., at the theater, 508 Main St. Performers will be in dressy attire. Tickets are $15 for general admission. Admission for students (18 and under), active duty military and seniors (65 and over) is $12. For reservations, call 301-617-9906 and press 2. For more information, go to laurelmillplayhouse.org or contact Maureen Rogers at maureencrogers@gmail.com or 301-452-2557.
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By Pat Brodowski and Pat Brodowski,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 18, 2001
TEENS WHO LOVE to perform will present an "SGA Talent Show" from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday at Shiloh Middle School, 3675 Willow St., Hampstead. Talent shows in North Carroll have a reputation for being well-received. Seats typically are sold out. This, the first talent show for the new middle school, includes humorous, vocal, dance and theatrical acts. Top of the list for humor are male pupils Ian Monfred and Brian Head impersonating pop female vocalists Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | July 25, 2013
Livestock trailers and carnival rides have arrived, the big tents have been pitched and the grounds are ready for today's opening of the 2013 Harford County Farm Fair. The fair runs Thursday through Sunday at the Harford County Equestrian Center on Tollgate Road in Bel Air. Hours are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. Daily admission is $8 for adults, $4 for kids ages 5 to 11 and children under 4 get in free. Senior citizens are admitted for $5 on Thursday only.
NEWS
By Debra Taylor Young and Debra Taylor Young,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 10, 2001
STUDENTS AT Liberty High School know to expect the unexpected from fellow student Brad Rankin. Brad, 17, has been performing magic tricks for his friends and family since he was in sixth grade. "Brad started with Disney's Magic Books when he was little," said his mother, Carol. "Then he began practicing easy card tricks." His interest continued, and his skill level improved. Brad said he began studying the tricks of professional magicians David Copperfield and David Blaine, the "street magician" in New York City.
NEWS
By KATIE MARTIN and KATIE MARTIN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 19, 2006
Illuminated by a bright spotlight, Kylie Cooley tap-danced across South Carroll High School's auditorium stage. She smiled and winked at the audience as she performed her song-and-dance routine. "Mom says I have Broadway on the brain ... I was born to entertain," Kylie belted out loudly. The lyrics were fitting for the 7-year-old Winfield Elementary pupil, who was rehearsing her performance for a talent show scheduled to be held at the high school Friday. Elementary, middle and high school students from across Carroll County will participate.
NEWS
By Kate Shatzkin and Kate Shatzkin,SUN STAFF | February 2, 2003
Blondie came to catch ice cubes from the mouth of her best friend, hoping to become a star. Rio delicately retrieved treats with her crushing black beak. Ulzar cleared the high jump at 3 feet and spun around in glee. All came with their owners to the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium for a shot at TV fame yesterday, as the World Pets Expo held auditions for Animal Planet's new talent show for the furry and feathered. About 30 aspiring pets and their owners showed up to vie for spots on the TV show Pet Star, which made its debut on the cable channel Friday.
MOBILE
By Sara Toth | January 31, 2012
Why you should be watching'The Voice' We'd rather not think about the Super Bowl. But after the Vince Lombardi Trophy is presented to Sunday's winner comes a championship contest we can really get behind: the premiere of the second season of "The Voice" on NBC. A different kind of talent takes the field as singers compete for a recording contract, a $100,000 prize and a definite article. All have impressive voices - but who has "the" voice? The reality show had a knock-out first season last spring, raking in eight million to 14 million viewers an episode over its 10-week run. The success prompted a second season, with NBC debuting the show in the post-Super Bowl time slot.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | January 31, 2012
We'd rather not think about the Super Bowl. But after the Vince Lombardi Trophy is presented to Sunday's winner comes a championship contest we can really get behind: the premiere of the second season of "The Voice" on NBC. A different kind of talent takes the field as singers compete for a recording contract, a $100,000 prize and a definite article. All have impressive voices - but who has "the" voice? The reality show had a knock-out first season last spring, raking in eight million to 14 million viewers an episode over its 10-week run. The success prompted a second season, with NBC debuting the show in the post-Super Bowl time slot.
FEATURES
By Kate Godwin, The Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2012
Who says pets can't enjoy Fourth of July festivities? On July 4, the American Visionary Art Museum will host its annual Visionary Pets on Parade , a celebration in Federal Hill for pet owners and their furry companions. Pets of all shapes and sizes can partake in the holiday merriment, which includes a parade, costume contest, talent show, games and more. Prizes will be awarded for creative costumes like “Most Visionary Pet,” “Most Patriotic” and “Best Owner & Pet Look- Alikes.” Registration for the 10 a.m. parade begins at 9:30; for more information visit avam.org .
NEWS
msaarbach1@gmail.com | February 28, 2013
The month of February saw a wide variety of events being held on the campus of St. Vincent's Villa. The children at St. Vincent's were treated to a wonderful concert early in the month by the Pizzazz group of high school students who wish to share their musical gifts with others. The children sang along with many of the songs, showing their enjoyment of this special event. For the President's Day holiday, high school basketball teams from Mt. St. Joe's and Our Lady of Mt. Carmel came out to run a mini-basketball clinic with the children as part of a day of service organized by Catholic Charities.
FEATURES
By Kate Godwin, The Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2012
Who says pets can't enjoy Fourth of July festivities? On July 4, the American Visionary Art Museum will host its annual Visionary Pets on Parade , a celebration in Federal Hill for pet owners and their furry companions. Pets of all shapes and sizes can partake in the holiday merriment, which includes a parade, costume contest, talent show, games and more. Prizes will be awarded for creative costumes like “Most Visionary Pet,” “Most Patriotic” and “Best Owner & Pet Look- Alikes.” Registration for the 10 a.m. parade begins at 9:30; for more information visit avam.org .
EXPLORE
February 17, 2012
Century High School, located at 355 Ronsdale Road, Sykesville, will host its ninth annual Century Idol show and competition on Saturday, Feb. 25, beginning at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium. The event is a talent show, where five finalists will compete for the title of Century Idol. The competitors are Julia Szekely, a 10th-grader at the school; Tay Jacobe, also a 10th-grader; Ashley Barr, an 11th-grader; Maggie Neal, a ninth-grader; and 12th-grader Christina Antolick. Admission is $9, or $8 with a canned food donation.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | February 6, 2012
After weeks - months! - of audiences being inundated with promos for NBC's “The Voice,” the premiere finally got under way tonight after Super Bowl XLVI. As the NFL crowned this year's champions in the New York Giants, the road to a different kind of championship began with the blind auditions on the vocal talent show. The first half of the premiere (with a second round of blind auditions coming at 8 p.m. Monday) consisted of a lot of background info, courtesy of host Carson Daly, and few actual performances - six total.
MOBILE
By Sara Toth | January 31, 2012
Why you should be watching'The Voice' We'd rather not think about the Super Bowl. But after the Vince Lombardi Trophy is presented to Sunday's winner comes a championship contest we can really get behind: the premiere of the second season of "The Voice" on NBC. A different kind of talent takes the field as singers compete for a recording contract, a $100,000 prize and a definite article. All have impressive voices - but who has "the" voice? The reality show had a knock-out first season last spring, raking in eight million to 14 million viewers an episode over its 10-week run. The success prompted a second season, with NBC debuting the show in the post-Super Bowl time slot.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | January 31, 2012
We'd rather not think about the Super Bowl. But after the Vince Lombardi Trophy is presented to Sunday's winner comes a championship contest we can really get behind: the premiere of the second season of "The Voice" on NBC. A different kind of talent takes the field as singers compete for a recording contract, a $100,000 prize and a definite article. All have impressive voices - but who has "the" voice? The reality show had a knock-out first season last spring, raking in eight million to 14 million viewers an episode over its 10-week run. The success prompted a second season, with NBC debuting the show in the post-Super Bowl time slot.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | July 27, 2003
The Carroll County 4-H & FFA Fair opens this weekend with a rocket launch, a talent show and a parade. Brett Groomes has signed up for all three events. A 4-H member for nine of his 16 years, Brett built a rocket, trained his horse, refinished furniture and stitched a few outfits in preparation for the fair. And, today, he will croon a country-Western tune before an audience of several hundred. "4-H teaches you life skills and responsibility," said Brett, who will be a junior at Francis Scott Key High School this fall.
NEWS
By Dana Hedgpeth and Dana Hedgpeth,SUN STAFF | August 18, 1996
Showing sheep or pigs amid the pine shavings and packed bleachers of the main show ring puts some 4-Hers in the spotlight at the 51st annual Howard County Fair in West Friendship.But the fair, which ended yesterday, offered some other folks their own 15 minutes of fame. From the midway to the horse show ring, people smiled and laughed as they won prizes and rewards for their throws in games or their talents on stage, showing there's more to a county fair than cows and pigs."It's a bit of Broadway right here in Howard County," said Michelle Lambert, 12, as she stretched in her rainbow-sequined bodysuit before the talent show.
EXPLORE
November 11, 2011
Twelve Harford Leadership Academy grads will display their talents as performing artists in a competition fundraiser Tuesday, Nov. 15, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Chesapeake Theater at Harford Community College. The performers will compete for Judges' Choice, Audience Favorite and Best in Show. Three area community leaders - James LaCalle, Duke Thompson (Maryland Conservatory of Music) and Vanessa Milio (Harford County Chamber of Commerce) - will be judges. The master of ceremonies will be Eric E. McLaughlin, a founding partner of Shaffer, McLauchlin & Stover, LLC. Tickets to the event are open to the public and are $20. To purchase tickets, call the HCC Ticket Box Office at 443-412-2211.
ENTERTAINMENT
By david Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | November 2, 2011
Two area Maryland performers made it to the final 12 on Simon Cowell's talent competition "The X Factor. " They are 18-year-old Paige Elizabeth, of Perry Hall, and 20-year-old Marcus Canty, of Bowie. Read a Sun interview I did with Elizabeth two weeks ago here . (While the producers continue to list her as Paige Ogle, she told the Sun she prefers to be called Paige Elizabeth. I am honoring that request. Fox has also described her as a secretary, when she says she is a daycare worker.)
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