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September 4, 1992
Services for Brenda J. King, 35, will take place at 10:00 a.m. today at the Hardesty Funeral Home, 12 Ridgely Ave., Annapolis.Ms. King, an Annapolis resident for five years, died of cancer Aug. 30.She was a nurse in the maternity ward at Holy Cross Hospital, where her colleagues recall that she worked "with love and action."She was a member of the Vineyard Christian Fellowship of Annapolis and the Severna Park Cancer Support Group.She is survived by her parents, Keith Richardson of Annapolis and Joann Spangler of Adrian, Mich.
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By From Sun news services | January 1, 2010
Rex Ryan sees a lot of his own team in the Cincinnati Bengals. A tough running offense? Check. A solid offensive line? Check. A stifling defense? Yep, check there, too. "We're mirror images of each other, so it's going to be an old-fashioned, knockdown, dragout," the New York Jets coach said Thursday. "This is going to be a man-on-man type challenge." The Jets are ranked No. 1 in the NFL in overall rushing, and have relied on the run more than any team in the league with their 550 attempts.
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By Stephen Hunter MOVIES Olmos directs, stars in 'American Me' | March 14, 1992
VIDEO'Tom Jones' at lastProbably the only great film not yet on video at last makes it to tape. That's Tony Richardson's exuberant "Tom Jones," with Albert Finney (whom it made a star) in the title role. From Henry Fielding's novel, it's a raucous, raunchy look at 18th century England, a place of both high morals and high jinx. Tony Richardson directed. It won Best Film Oscar in 1963."American Me" is extremely violent, but possibly necessary. Edward James Olmos directed himself in this story of a brilliant Hispanic-American whose rise and fall in the drug trade is a cautionary tale for anyone willing to listen.
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By Michael Phillips and Michael Phillips,Chicago Tribune | March 20, 2009
She began by playing an uncredited flower girl, along with her sister, Joely, in The Charge of the Light Brigade (1968), a film directed by her father, Tony Richardson, starring her mother, Vanessa Redgrave. Natasha Richardson was born into show business royalty. At her best, when her uneven film career allowed it - the greatest triumphs came on the London and New York stage - her theatrical chops brought something extra to the role at hand, something that said: This is play-acting. But I'm playing it for real.
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By From Sun news services | January 1, 2010
Rex Ryan sees a lot of his own team in the Cincinnati Bengals. A tough running offense? Check. A solid offensive line? Check. A stifling defense? Yep, check there, too. "We're mirror images of each other, so it's going to be an old-fashioned, knockdown, dragout," the New York Jets coach said Thursday. "This is going to be a man-on-man type challenge." The Jets are ranked No. 1 in the NFL in overall rushing, and have relied on the run more than any team in the league with their 550 attempts.
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By Michael Phillips and Michael Phillips,Chicago Tribune | March 20, 2009
She began by playing an uncredited flower girl, along with her sister, Joely, in The Charge of the Light Brigade (1968), a film directed by her father, Tony Richardson, starring her mother, Vanessa Redgrave. Natasha Richardson was born into show business royalty. At her best, when her uneven film career allowed it - the greatest triumphs came on the London and New York stage - her theatrical chops brought something extra to the role at hand, something that said: This is play-acting. But I'm playing it for real.
SPORTS
December 1, 2007
Tomorrow FALCONS@RAMS FALCONS: Questionable: QB Byron Leftwich (tailbone). Probable: LB Michael Boley (elbow), TE Alge Crumpler (foot). RAMS: Out: CB Eric Bassey (knee), QB Marc Bulger (concussion), WR Dante Hall (ankle), DE James Hall (ankle). Questionable: CB Fakhir Brown (back), C Brett Romberg (ankle). Probable: C Andy McCollum (knee), S Hanik Milligan (hand), T Rob Petitti (illness). BILLS@REDSKINS BILLS: Out: CB Jerametrius Butler (calf), DE Chris Kelsay (ankle), RB Marshawn Lynch (ankle)
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By Shirley J. Longshore and Shirley J. Longshore,New York Times News Service ...p.. | April 19, 1992
When Orion's "Silence of the Lambs" won the five top Oscars last month, it added a bittersweet irony to the studio's current state of bankruptcy. The maker of four of the last eight best pictures -- "Amadeus," "Platoon" and "Dances With Wolves" are the other three -- Orion spent the '80s taking creative risks most studios avoided.Along with the winners came box-office losers -- "State of Grace," "The Hot Spot," "The Last of the Finest," "She-Devil." By 1990 the studio was resorting to desperate measures like selling off valuable film and video rights at low prices to help shore up its crumbling finances.
SPORTS
March 7, 2008
BRONCOS -- Signed LB Boss Bailey. JAGUARS -- Re-signed OL Maurice Williams. Waived WR Charles Sharon. JETS -- Signed FB Tony Richardson. PATRIOTS -- Signed CB Lewis Sanders (Maryland) and S Tank Williams. RAMS -- Re-signed G Adam Goldberg. Agreed with TE Anthony Becht.
SPORTS
December 2, 2007
Today FALCONS@RAMS FALCONS: Questionable: QB Byron Leftwich (tailbone). Probable: LB Michael Boley (elbow), TE Alge Crumpler (foot). RAMS: Out: CB Eric Bassey (knee), QB Marc Bulger (concussion), WR Dante Hall (ankle), DE James Hall (ankle). Questionable: CB Fakhir Brown (back), C Brett Romberg (ankle). Probable: C Andy McCollum (knee), S Hanik Milligan (hand), T Rob Petitti (illness). BILLS@REDSKINS BILLS: Out: CB Jerametrius Butler (calf), DE Chris Kelsay (ankle), RB Marshawn Lynch (ankle)
NEWS
September 4, 1992
Services for Brenda J. King, 35, will take place at 10:00 a.m. today at the Hardesty Funeral Home, 12 Ridgely Ave., Annapolis.Ms. King, an Annapolis resident for five years, died of cancer Aug. 30.She was a nurse in the maternity ward at Holy Cross Hospital, where her colleagues recall that she worked "with love and action."She was a member of the Vineyard Christian Fellowship of Annapolis and the Severna Park Cancer Support Group.She is survived by her parents, Keith Richardson of Annapolis and Joann Spangler of Adrian, Mich.
FEATURES
By Shirley J. Longshore and Shirley J. Longshore,New York Times News Service ...p.. | April 19, 1992
When Orion's "Silence of the Lambs" won the five top Oscars last month, it added a bittersweet irony to the studio's current state of bankruptcy. The maker of four of the last eight best pictures -- "Amadeus," "Platoon" and "Dances With Wolves" are the other three -- Orion spent the '80s taking creative risks most studios avoided.Along with the winners came box-office losers -- "State of Grace," "The Hot Spot," "The Last of the Finest," "She-Devil." By 1990 the studio was resorting to desperate measures like selling off valuable film and video rights at low prices to help shore up its crumbling finances.
FEATURES
By Stephen Hunter MOVIES Olmos directs, stars in 'American Me' | March 14, 1992
VIDEO'Tom Jones' at lastProbably the only great film not yet on video at last makes it to tape. That's Tony Richardson's exuberant "Tom Jones," with Albert Finney (whom it made a star) in the title role. From Henry Fielding's novel, it's a raucous, raunchy look at 18th century England, a place of both high morals and high jinx. Tony Richardson directed. It won Best Film Oscar in 1963."American Me" is extremely violent, but possibly necessary. Edward James Olmos directed himself in this story of a brilliant Hispanic-American whose rise and fall in the drug trade is a cautionary tale for anyone willing to listen.
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