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March 2, 2006
On February 28, 2006, THERON TUCKER JR., loving father of Deshaun and Isaiah Tucker. He is also survived by his loving Parents Yolanda Caraway and Theron Tucker Sr., and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call a the MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, 4300 Wabash Avenue on Saturday, at 2:30 P.M. followed by Memorial Services at 3 P.M.
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By Anne Marie Turner | January 19, 2012
Wow, tonight's episode of “Top Chef” marks a turning point in the season. With seven cheftestants left, Tom ships them back to San Antonio directly after Restaurant Wars. Sleep-deprived, mentally and physically exhausted, and on the edge of ripping each other's heads off, the chefs go home and the real challenges begin. Quickfire Challenge The chefs enter the kitchen and see Padma standing next to Eric Ripert, who is a member of the “Top Chef” family. If Anthony Bourdain is the drunken uncle at Thanksgiving, Uncle Eric is the one who quietly hands him a glass of watered-down wine.
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June 21, 2003
On Friday, June 20, 2003, THERON SETH NELSON, age 79, of Leesburg, VA. He was predeceased by his wife, Vera Nelson. He is survived by his daughter, Charlotte Nelson Aiosa of Leesburg, VA and his son, David Theron Nelson of Reisterstown, MD. He is also survived by five sisters, Mary Seabolt, Gladys Brown, Idell Nix, Lillie Everett, all of Blairsville, GA, and Pearl Hutson of Ballground, GA; grandson, Kory Nelson and granddaughter, Melissa NelsonA graveside...
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By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | October 8, 2011
Five years ago, Shawn Theron was waiting tables and managing the bar of the Joy America Cafe inside the American Visionary Art Museum . Today, his work is hanging on the gallery walls. He says it's all because his beloved grandmother — who raised the boy and whom he nicknamed "Red" — urged him from her deathbed to "turn on the light. " "She said it many times," says the 38-year-old artist: "'Turn on the light. Turn on the light.' And it had nothing to do with switches.
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By Paul Lomartire and Paul Lomartire,COX NEWS SERVICE | March 3, 2004
For her chance to walk down the red carpet at Sunday night's Academy Awards, best actress Oscar winner Charlize Theron had to first drive down a dirt road in rural Michigan, out past Flint to where the blacktop narrows and the broken-down towns shrink. Theron had to go see Dawn Botkins, the woman who knew serial killer Aileen Wuornos best. Botkins owns everything Wuornos left in this world: boxes of court documents. The jailhouse flip-flops she wore to her execution. The sneakers she signed because they might be worth something one day. Her ashes.
FEATURES
December 2, 2005
Aeon Flux, a futuristic thriller starring Charlize Theron, was not screened for critics.
FEATURES
November 12, 2005
Critic's Pick-- Oscar winner Charlize Theron (above) stars as serial killer Eileen Wuornos in Monster (8 p.m.-10 p.m., TMC).
ENTERTAINMENT
February 19, 2004
"I saw Charlize Theron. I was like, 'Oh, my God! Oh, my God!' ... I was interested in meeting Johnny Depp, but he's not here." -- Keisha Castle-Hughes, 13, the youngest-ever best lead actress Oscar contender, at the annual pre-awards luncheon.
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By MICHAEL SRAGOW and MICHAEL SRAGOW,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | October 21, 2005
North Country, the fictionalized story of the first class-action sexual harassment suit in the United States, engulfs you in the tingling snow-swept vistas of northern Minnesota. Shot with unpretentious eloquence by the legendary Chris Menges, they slap you to attention and at times lift your spirits even when you're watching dispirited women and dispiriting men tramp through these wide-open, densely textured landscapes. With the songs of Bob Dylan (a Hibbing, Minn., native) keening on the soundtrack, and Charlize Theron and Frances McDormand defrosting their emotions and acting their hearts out as (respectively)
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | December 2, 2005
A feature in which Sun writers and critics sound off about the movies. Want to hear a secret, something you're apparently not supposed to know? OK, you didn't hear it from me, but here goes. ... Aeon Flux opens in theaters today. Normally, movie openings aren't kept so quiet, especially movies featuring big names like Charlize Theron. But for reasons known only to the honchos at Paramount, this film is opening under everyone's radar gun. Movies open almost every week without being screened for critics; that's nothing new. But normally, they're films starring a bunch of no-names, or films in a genre critics can be counted on to despise (horror, teen comedies, etc.)
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | September 21, 2007
In the Valley of Elah is too inept and diffuse to be a howl against the war in Iraq. At best, it is a manly whimper. Written and directed with a two-by-four by that proponent of earnest overstatement Paul Haggis (Crash), it stars Tommy Lee Jones as a former military policeman who retunes his old cop reflexes when his son, back from Iraq, is hideously murdered. Charlize Theron plays the small-town police detective who helps him crack the case after he convinces her that the crime took place on public, not military, grounds.
NEWS
March 2, 2006
On February 28, 2006, THERON TUCKER JR., loving father of Deshaun and Isaiah Tucker. He is also survived by his loving Parents Yolanda Caraway and Theron Tucker Sr., and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call a the MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, 4300 Wabash Avenue on Saturday, at 2:30 P.M. followed by Memorial Services at 3 P.M.
FEATURES
December 2, 2005
Aeon Flux, a futuristic thriller starring Charlize Theron, was not screened for critics.
FEATURES
By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | December 2, 2005
A feature in which Sun writers and critics sound off about the movies. Want to hear a secret, something you're apparently not supposed to know? OK, you didn't hear it from me, but here goes. ... Aeon Flux opens in theaters today. Normally, movie openings aren't kept so quiet, especially movies featuring big names like Charlize Theron. But for reasons known only to the honchos at Paramount, this film is opening under everyone's radar gun. Movies open almost every week without being screened for critics; that's nothing new. But normally, they're films starring a bunch of no-names, or films in a genre critics can be counted on to despise (horror, teen comedies, etc.)
FEATURES
November 12, 2005
Critic's Pick-- Oscar winner Charlize Theron (above) stars as serial killer Eileen Wuornos in Monster (8 p.m.-10 p.m., TMC).
FEATURES
By SAM SESSA and SAM SESSA,SUN REPORTER | November 4, 2005
At a Chicken Little 3-D screening Wednesday night, the sky fell - into the audience. Watching through green plastic 3-D glasses, kids giggled and parents smiled as dodgeballs, leaves and other objects seemingly popped out of the screen in front of them. Muvico in Arundel Mills Mall and Crown Theatres in Annapolis will show the 3-D version of Chicken Little, which opens today. Brothers Theron and Trenton Kapayou threw their hands up to deflect digital pieces of an exploding logo as the movie started.
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By SAM SESSA and SAM SESSA,SUN REPORTER | November 4, 2005
At a Chicken Little 3-D screening Wednesday night, the sky fell - into the audience. Watching through green plastic 3-D glasses, kids giggled and parents smiled as dodgeballs, leaves and other objects seemingly popped out of the screen in front of them. Muvico in Arundel Mills Mall and Crown Theatres in Annapolis will show the 3-D version of Chicken Little, which opens today. Brothers Theron and Trenton Kapayou threw their hands up to deflect digital pieces of an exploding logo as the movie started.
FEATURES
By MOLLY McQUADE Peeping Thomas. Robert Reeves. Crown. 244 pages. $18.95 | December 30, 1990
The Very Quiet Cricket. Eric Carle. Pilomel Books. Unpaged. $17.95. Eric Carle's classic "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" was published more than 20 years ago. In few words and bright-as-newborn collage illustrations the book told of a caterpillar who ate his way into life as a butterfly. His latest book concerns another sort of transformation conveyed in similarly simple, enchanting terms -- a young cricket tries to sing, fails and finally finds his voice.As kindred insects introduce themselves to him in turn -- a locust, praying mantis, dragonfly, et al. -- the little cricket wants to reply but is left at a loss for words.
FEATURES
By MICHAEL SRAGOW and MICHAEL SRAGOW,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | October 21, 2005
North Country, the fictionalized story of the first class-action sexual harassment suit in the United States, engulfs you in the tingling snow-swept vistas of northern Minnesota. Shot with unpretentious eloquence by the legendary Chris Menges, they slap you to attention and at times lift your spirits even when you're watching dispirited women and dispiriting men tramp through these wide-open, densely textured landscapes. With the songs of Bob Dylan (a Hibbing, Minn., native) keening on the soundtrack, and Charlize Theron and Frances McDormand defrosting their emotions and acting their hearts out as (respectively)
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | December 4, 2004
Richard Pryor. John Belushi. Jackie Gleason. Milton Berle. The contrast between the troubled offstage lives and the dazzling comedic characters invented by such performers has become a staple of show business biography in these anti-heroic, deconstruct-'em, postmodern times. It's rare indeed that a great comedian or comedic actor dies and his death isn't followed by biographies describing a tortured, twisted, sad and lonely life. Even by the harsh standards of today, The Life and Death of Peter Sellers, which airs tomorrow night on HBO and is based on a Roger Lewis' biography of the same title, is a stunner.
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