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By Tanika White and Tanika White,Sun reporter | September 5, 2007
If you tune in to Bravo tomorrow night to watch the premiere of Tim Gunn's Guide to Style, Gunn will be watching it for the first time, right along with you. "The producers gave me the rough-cut DVD and I couldn't see it," says Gunn, calling from his office in New York. "I can't do it. I'll wait for the premiere." On TV Tim Gunn's Guide to Style premieres at 10 p.m. tomorrow on Bravo. Gunn will also discuss fashion and his book A Guide To Quality, Taste and Style at the Baltimore Book Festival, 2 p.m. Sept.
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By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | November 18, 2013
You might think of Michael Lisicky's obsession with department stores as an orchestral tone poem for a single oboe: at turns plaintive and raucous, eloquent and funny, with unpredictable little swerves. Lisicky is second oboist with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and also plays the English horn. Two of his main obsessions - and he has many - are music and his dedication to tracing the history of the elegant emporiums of the past. His love for these grand old stores has become a kind of shorthand for his love of his fun and gregarious late mother, Anne.
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By ABIGAIL TUCKER and ABIGAIL TUCKER,SUN REPORTER | February 24, 2006
So she flubbed her first triple flip, and her triple Lutz - according to NBC Web site commentators - suffered from "an awkward, tilted landing." But there was nothing awkward about Kimmie Meissner's outfit during yesterday's free skate, where she placed sixth. The 16- year-old from Bel Air was an ice siren in a red dress with plunging neckline. The slinky ensemble was suspended by sparkly gold straps so thin that you worried they might snap - that is, if you didn't know about the nude mesh that holds these outfits together.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2012
Martin O'Malley's avid support of gay marriage has gotten him plenty of headlines and now it's going to get him one heck of a meal. Maryland's governor will be the guest of honor at the Chefs for Equality event Oct. 24 at Washington's Ritz Carlton, featuring a slew of celebrity chefs. Attending on behalf of the Human Rights Campaign are the region's culinary heavyweights including Bryan Voltaggio and Spike Gjerde. Tim Gunn from "Project Runway" will be the emcee, and the event will be co-hosted by food columnist and author David Hagedorn.
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By KEVIN VAN VALKENBURG | December 9, 2008
Not only am I openly embracing the fact that Ravens coach John Harbaugh has decided to wear a lavender coat on the sideline, but I also want him to look even less macho next week when his team takes on the Pittsburgh Steelers. Seriously. I won't even object if he dresses up like a police officer from the Village People and sips white wine out of a Gatorade bottle. You know why? Because being the baddest dude on the block is all about attitude and results, not aesthetics. That's why one of my favorite Johnny Cash songs is "A Boy Named Sue."
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By Tim Swift | August 16, 2009
TV 'Top Chef': This season may be set in Las Vegas, but that doesn't mean we aren't represented. Three chefs from Maryland (Baltimore's Jesse Sandlin, above, and Frederick brothers Bryan and Michael Voltaggio) are in the running for the cooking crown. And they're not wallflowers. All three get ample screen time in the opener. Airs 10 p.m. Wednesday on Bravo. FESTIVAL 64 Bit Gen Gamer Fest: The Ottobar's homage to retro games gets a 32-bit upgrade this year with a celebration of hits from the mid-'90s.
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By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | November 18, 2013
You might think of Michael Lisicky's obsession with department stores as an orchestral tone poem for a single oboe: at turns plaintive and raucous, eloquent and funny, with unpredictable little swerves. Lisicky is second oboist with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and also plays the English horn. Two of his main obsessions - and he has many - are music and his dedication to tracing the history of the elegant emporiums of the past. His love for these grand old stores has become a kind of shorthand for his love of his fun and gregarious late mother, Anne.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2012
Martin O'Malley's avid support of gay marriage has gotten him plenty of headlines and now it's going to get him one heck of a meal. Maryland's governor will be the guest of honor at the Chefs for Equality event Oct. 24 at Washington's Ritz Carlton, featuring a slew of celebrity chefs. Attending on behalf of the Human Rights Campaign are the region's culinary heavyweights including Bryan Voltaggio and Spike Gjerde. Tim Gunn from "Project Runway" will be the emcee, and the event will be co-hosted by food columnist and author David Hagedorn.
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June 23, 2008
Tennis Wimbledon 7 a.m., 3 p.m. [ESPN2] Everyone wearing white and frolicking upon the lush green courts. Wimbledon always reminds Mr. Flip of a detergent commercial. Basketball NBA draft special 10 p.m. [ESPN2] What Mr. Flip would really like is to have Tim Gunn or Stacy London come on to preview the suits the top picks will be wearing. Reality TV 20 Greatest Celebreality Fights 11 p.m. [VH1] No, this apparently won't include a replay of the Danny Bonaduce-Barry Williams boxing match.
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By LOS ANGELES TIMES | April 14, 2009
Series The Biggest Loser: : Tim Gunn of Project Runway helps the contestants look their best after they receive makeovers. (8 p.m., WBAL-Channel 11) American Idol: : Director Quentin Tarantino guides contestants in their performances of songs of the cinema. (8 p.m., WBFF-Channel 45) 90210: : Kelly and Silver (Jennie Garth, Jessica Stroup) get an unexpected visit from Donna Martin (Tori Spelling). (9 p.m., WNUV-Channel 54) Frontline/World: : In "Children of the Taliban," correspondent Sharmeen Obaid looks into the increasing power and influence of a new branch of the Taliban in Pakistan.
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By Tim Swift | August 16, 2009
TV 'Top Chef': This season may be set in Las Vegas, but that doesn't mean we aren't represented. Three chefs from Maryland (Baltimore's Jesse Sandlin, above, and Frederick brothers Bryan and Michael Voltaggio) are in the running for the cooking crown. And they're not wallflowers. All three get ample screen time in the opener. Airs 10 p.m. Wednesday on Bravo. FESTIVAL 64 Bit Gen Gamer Fest: The Ottobar's homage to retro games gets a 32-bit upgrade this year with a celebration of hits from the mid-'90s.
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By KEVIN VAN VALKENBURG | December 9, 2008
Not only am I openly embracing the fact that Ravens coach John Harbaugh has decided to wear a lavender coat on the sideline, but I also want him to look even less macho next week when his team takes on the Pittsburgh Steelers. Seriously. I won't even object if he dresses up like a police officer from the Village People and sips white wine out of a Gatorade bottle. You know why? Because being the baddest dude on the block is all about attitude and results, not aesthetics. That's why one of my favorite Johnny Cash songs is "A Boy Named Sue."
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By Tanika White and Tanika White,Sun reporter | September 5, 2007
If you tune in to Bravo tomorrow night to watch the premiere of Tim Gunn's Guide to Style, Gunn will be watching it for the first time, right along with you. "The producers gave me the rough-cut DVD and I couldn't see it," says Gunn, calling from his office in New York. "I can't do it. I'll wait for the premiere." On TV Tim Gunn's Guide to Style premieres at 10 p.m. tomorrow on Bravo. Gunn will also discuss fashion and his book A Guide To Quality, Taste and Style at the Baltimore Book Festival, 2 p.m. Sept.
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By ABIGAIL TUCKER and ABIGAIL TUCKER,SUN REPORTER | February 24, 2006
So she flubbed her first triple flip, and her triple Lutz - according to NBC Web site commentators - suffered from "an awkward, tilted landing." But there was nothing awkward about Kimmie Meissner's outfit during yesterday's free skate, where she placed sixth. The 16- year-old from Bel Air was an ice siren in a red dress with plunging neckline. The slinky ensemble was suspended by sparkly gold straps so thin that you worried they might snap - that is, if you didn't know about the nude mesh that holds these outfits together.
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By DAVID ZURAWIK and DAVID ZURAWIK,david.zurawik@baltsun.com | October 2, 2008
In a year of record viewing for political coverage, the biggest night of all could be tonight's vice presidential debate in St. Louis between Republican candidate Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and her Democratic opponent, Sen. Joe Biden. Friday's debate between Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama and his opponent, Sen. John McCain, drew 52 million viewers, I would expect this one to be seen by more than 60 million. PBS anchorwoman Gwen Ifill will moderate the debate being held at Washington University.
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By ELIZABETH LARGE and ELIZABETH LARGE,SUN REPORTER | April 9, 2006
Every once in a while a fashion trend comes along that's wrong for everyone. At least that's what we've been told about big, bold horizontal stripes. "They're back, they're definitely back," says Tim Gunn, chairman of the fashion design department at Parsons the New School for Design in New York, who points out that fashion trends tend to come and go in 20-year cycles. "A horizontal stripe can be deadly," he adds darkly. Just about every kind of stripe is part of this spring's fashion story: pinstripes, sweet vertical stripes in pastel colors, seersucker, and crisp, clean preppy stripes.
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