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By Tanika White and Tanika White,Sun Reporter | February 25, 2007
On a winter's day on a college campus, there seems to be a uniform that a good number of the students adopt: jeans, sweat shirt, sneakers. Or jeans, sneakers and a North Face jacket. Which is fine. It's a schoolhouse, not a fashion house. But it was still a treat to stumble across Tori Butler between classes at McDaniel College. In her stylishly casual, businesslike outfit, she looks like she's learned about a lot more in four years than just the Civil War and which days to avoid the cafeteria "cuisine."
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SPORTS
December 6, 2011
Wagner played a huge role on both sides of the ball in helping No. 3 Old Mill (14-0) to a 36-35 overtime victory over Quince Orchard in Friday's Class 4A state championship. The 5-foot-7, 158-pound slot receiver and cornerback scored two touchdowns - one on a 64-yard pass reception and another on a fumble recovery. He had six catches for 138 yards and also had nine tackles and one interception. Wagner finished the season with nine interceptions and 56 tackles as well as 35 receptions for 747 yards and 10 touchdowns.
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NEWS
October 10, 1995
In yesterday's editions, a photo caption about the Children Around the Globe Sign Language Group's appearance at Oriole Park at Camden Yards incorrectly identified Tori Ripple as Casey Shellenberger. Shown here is a picture of Casey.The Sun regrets the error.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | December 5, 2011
This past weekend was packed with shows: J. Roddy Walston, the Get 'Em Mamis, Dashboard Confessional. Did anyone go see Erykah Badu at Rams Head? Our reviewer did not enjoy the show. That kind of weekend is gonna be a rarity this month. During the holidays, concerts and nightlife events, like everyone else, mostly take a break. That's especially true this week, with the biggest show a Tori Amos performance in Washington D.C. Elsewhere: Yelle, a college night at Baltimore Soundstage, Prince Rama, Yelle, Jane Birkin, Ultra Nate, and the Mid-Atlantic Holiday Beer Festival.
NEWS
September 4, 1991
Coach: Jane Sherman, fifth year1990 record: 10-4 overall, 4-3 leagueReturnees: Seniors Krista Fulton (G), Tori Mello (F/M), Jenny McLanahan (D), Tonya Townsley (M); juniors Camille Powell (D), Terri Townsley (M), Kelly Weeks (D); sophomore Shannon Bagrosky (M).Newcomers: Juniors Julie Lovell (G), Jenny Katzen (F), Tina Fortlage (M), Tori Mills (M), Jeneh Massaquoi (F), Jennifer Foley (M), Sharon Ford (D); sophomores Amanda Holbrook (D), Amy Shourds (D), Emily Moore (D);freshman Katie Kile (D)
NEWS
October 8, 2003
On October 6, 2003, RHONDA S. (nee Maurer) TISCHA of Bel Air, beloved wife of John P. Tischa; devoted mother of Tori and Ryan; loving daughter of Frances (nee Hilmer) and the late Daniel Kirn; dear aunt of Carol Carpentar; and dear sister of Donna Kicas and Michelle Reid. Family will receive friends at the family owned Evans Funeral Chapel-Bel Air, 3 Newport Dr. (Rts. 23 & 24-Forest Hill) on Friday 11am to 1pm at which time a funeral service will be held. Interment Bel Air Memorial Gardens.
NEWS
August 24, 2004
On August 22, 2004, EDWARD T. JR., beloved son of Helen V. Murrill and the late Edward T. Murrill, Sr., loving brother of Wendy Murrill Brickus and her husband Jonathan, Karen Murrill-Roberts and Lamont A. Murrill and his wife Barbara and sister-in-law of Tori Murrill. Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends Services will be private. Arrangements by CAFA, Stephen D. Lohrmann, P.A.
NEWS
December 6, 2006
On December 3, 2006, SCOTT "Steve" PENNEWELL, died at his home in Melbourne, FL. He was a retired Baltimore City Firefighter; husband of Kathleen "Kathy" Pennewell; son of Dorothy Pennewell and the late Thomas B. Pennewell; father of Tom, Matt and Beth Pennewell; brother of Susan Hoover; father-in-law of Kim Pennewell; grandfather of Kobe Thomas and Tori Marie Pennewell. M-BM- M-BM- M-BM- M-BM- Funeral services Friday December 8, 2006 at 7:30 P.M. at the Fletcher Funeral Home, P.A., 254 E. Main Street, Westminster.
FEATURES
By Tamara Ikenberg and Tamara Ikenberg,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 19, 2001
With Strange Little Girls, Tori Amos' cover-girl power takes center stage as she seizes classics and not-so-classics and makes them uniquely, strangely her own. The album of remakes, some relatively faithful, others just plain weird, will be a slight disappointment to rabid fans hungering for new Tori tunes since 1999's To Venus and Back. But she infuses the covers, from artists as diverse as Lou Reed and Depeche Mode, with spiritual, typically Tori attitude that not only brings out previously undiscovered elements of the original songs, but also shows her respect for her inspirations and influences on a scale that makes you want to go out and sing karaoke with her. Amos has always been a master of diverse covers, though her most impressive, including the Rolling Stones' "Angie," Fleetwood Mac's "Landslide" and Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit," are normally relegated to single B-sides, hard-to-find bootleg albums or concert performances.
NEWS
November 26, 2004
EDISON MICHAEL AMOS, age 50 of Southern Pines, North Carolina died on Monday, November 22, 2004 at Duke University Hospital. Born on February 28, 1954 to Dr. Edison Mc Kinley Amos and Mary Ellen Copeland Amos in Baltimore, Maryland. He was a nurse anesthetist. He was a member of Rockville United Methodist CHurch in Rockville, Maryland. He loved his family, enjoyed life, cars, tennis, skiing and gardening. He is survived by his wife of 29 years, Debra Amos of Southern Pines. Two sons; Wesley Michael Amos of Owings Mills, Maryland and Phillip Michael Amos of Southern Pines, NC. Two sisters; Dr. Marie A Dobyns of Clarksville, Maryland and Tori Amos of England, 14 nieces and nephews.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2011
Back when Tori Amos announced her new Night of the Hunters tour earlier this month, it wasn't clear where in Washington she would perform. But the announcement came today. The Baltimore native will play at DAR Constitution Hall December 5. Tickets for the show, which start at $46.50, go on sale Friday.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 8, 2011
Another week, another country singer announces a show at Jiffy Lube Live. This week, it's Brad Paisley, whose "Wetter & Wilder World Tour" - presented by Chevy! - will stop at the Bristow venue September 24. Singers Blake Shelton and Jerrod Niemann will open for Paisley. Tickets, starting at $29.75, go on sale July 15. Roots singer Gillian Welch, who made a cameo in the Decemberists' newest album, announced a tour of her own. The singer will appear at Music Center at Strathmore August 2. Tickets, which start at $29.70, are already on sale.
NEWS
By Lisa Tom and Lisa Tom,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 11, 2007
Most teenagers aren't happy spending their summer in school, but Dan Demmitt and 73 other high school students greet their teachers at 8:30 a.m. with a smile. "Ni hao lao shi," Demmitt says. Good morning, professor. Demmitt, 16, has enrolled in the STARTALK program at Howard Community College, which offers high school students a free seven-week summer course in Chinese or Arabic, equivalent to two col- lege semesters. HCC is the only institution in Maryland and one of only two community colleges in the nation to receive a STARTALK grant.
NEWS
By Tanika White and Tanika White,Sun Reporter | February 25, 2007
On a winter's day on a college campus, there seems to be a uniform that a good number of the students adopt: jeans, sweat shirt, sneakers. Or jeans, sneakers and a North Face jacket. Which is fine. It's a schoolhouse, not a fashion house. But it was still a treat to stumble across Tori Butler between classes at McDaniel College. In her stylishly casual, businesslike outfit, she looks like she's learned about a lot more in four years than just the Civil War and which days to avoid the cafeteria "cuisine."
NEWS
December 6, 2006
On December 3, 2006, SCOTT "Steve" PENNEWELL, died at his home in Melbourne, FL. He was a retired Baltimore City Firefighter; husband of Kathleen "Kathy" Pennewell; son of Dorothy Pennewell and the late Thomas B. Pennewell; father of Tom, Matt and Beth Pennewell; brother of Susan Hoover; father-in-law of Kim Pennewell; grandfather of Kobe Thomas and Tori Marie Pennewell. M-BM- M-BM- M-BM- M-BM- Funeral services Friday December 8, 2006 at 7:30 P.M. at the Fletcher Funeral Home, P.A., 254 E. Main Street, Westminster.
NEWS
By Cal Thomas | August 30, 2006
BELFAST, Northern Ireland -- British Prime Minister Tony Blair returns from a late-summer vacation in Barbados with his ruling Labor Party approval rating at a 19-year low of 31 percent. Conservatives, under new leader David Cameron, enjoy 40 percent approval, according to the latest Guardian/ICM Poll. Seeking to take advantage of Mr. Blair's troubles and their popularity surge, the Tories last week borrowed a page from what now seems like an ancient Republican Party playbook, publishing a type of "contract with Britain."
FEATURES
April 2, 1996
More than 6,000 people took "60 Minutes" commentator Andy Rooney up on his suggestion that they telephone the Associated Press in response to a TV critic's call for him to leave the show.In a March 20 column, AP writer Frazier Moore called Mr. Rooney a "chronic fuddy-duddy whose contribution is ending the show on a sour note."At the close of Sunday night's "60 Minutes," Mr. Rooney put the AP's Rockefeller Center phone number on the screen and asked his viewers, in effect, to vote on his future.
ENTERTAINMENT
By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | September 26, 1996
It would hardly be an exaggeration to say that Tori Amos' current release, "Boys for Pele," is an extremely demanding album. Full of elaborate metaphors and unusual instrumental textures, it left radio programmers cold and critics scratching their heads. Many predicted that the album would undo all the momentum Amos had built with her last effort, "Under the Pink."But in the eight months since the album was released, "Pele" has not only pushed steadily toward double platinum, but fed the fervor of Amos' audience.
NEWS
By DAVID ZURAWIK and DAVID ZURAWIK,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | April 2, 2006
Television's newest genre may be the celebrity-abuse sitcom. Kirstie Alley was the first to mock herself in her own show. Then Farrah Fawcett did it. And now Tori Spelling is doing it, too. With each new show, in which B-list celebrities grasp at stardom by making fun of themselves on camera, the amount of humiliation heaped upon them grows. SO NOTORIOUS / / makes its premiere at 10 tonight on VH1.
NEWS
By JOHN DANISZEWSKI and JOHN DANISZEWSKI,LOS ANGELES TIMES | December 7, 2005
LONDON -- Britain's Conservative Party anointed 39-year-old David Cameron as leader yesterday, hoping that the polished, clean-cut "old Etonian" will have the magic to lead it out of the political wilderness after three election defeats. Virtually unknown in the country six months ago, Cameron outpolled rival David Davis by a 2-1 margin, taking 134,446 votes to Davis' 64,398. He survived a leadership contest to succeed retiring leader Michael Howard that began with five hopefuls and went on for almost five months.
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