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By JACQUES KELLY | March 3, 1994
It was a sure sign that someone in the house was sick if the metal tray had been taken off the kitchen wall where it hung.For years that tray, with its reproduction scene of 1850s Baltimore as viewed from the Washington Monument, brought tea and sympathy to sick beds.It seemed that all sorts of childhood diseases rolled around come the late winter and early spring. Measles, chicken pox, the flu, a bad cold or some other malady made annual visits. The house had a routine for illness. If the malady were real, you were pampered.
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By David Zurawik, The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2013
Appearing as Malik "Poot" Carr for five seasons on "The Wire," Tray Chaney enjoyed one of the longest lives any drug dealer has ever had in prime time. "I was so lucky in my very first acting role," says Chaney, now living in La Plata, Charles County. "You can't be any more blessed than that starting out. " He's intent on sharing some of that blessed feeling. The father of two runs a production company and has a new film coming out in December. He's promoting HIV testing for the Prince George's County Health Department and making appearances and a music video for United Way of Maryland.
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By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer | December 8, 1992
After being Miss 4-H and the Carroll County Farm Queen, winning a trip to the National 4-H Congress in Chicago, and taking national honors in its photography category, Heather Hull seems to have a grip on what it takes to be successful in 4-H.Tomorrow she will prove her excellence once again as she grips the sides of the revered silver Presidential Tray -- the highest honor given in 4-H."I called my father, and he said, 'Holy smoke,' " Heather, 17, said of her achievement. She was already getting over what she described as shock: "I talked to the [24 semifinalists]
BUSINESS
The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2013
"The Great Gatsby" is one of the most anticipated films of the season, and with it comes a resurgence of opulent retro styles. Capture the glamour with these hammered-copper oval trays, available from Kohl's. Perfect for entertaining or as a decor piece, these trays come in three shapes — square, oval or rectangle — and are a versatile addition to your home. These Old Dutch Decor hammered copper oval trays range in price from $38.99 to $69.99 online at kohls.com.
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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | December 7, 1993
In Carroll County, the name Hull is becoming synonymous with the 4-H Presidential Tray.On Sunday, Ginger Hull followed the example of her sister Heather by winning the silver tray and $1,500 scholarship that are 4-H's highest honor. Heather won last year."I'm ecstatic," said Ginger from the 4-H National Congress in Chicago yesterday. "I wasn't really thinking about it. I'm very honored to be selected to receive it.""I'm just elated," said Robert M. Shirley, a county extension agent who works with 4-H. "This is a tremendous honor for Ginger, but it's also a tremendous honor for the Carroll County 4-H program, all the volunteers and members."
ENTERTAINMENT
By James Coates and James Coates,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | December 4, 2003
The icon labeled "Safely Remove Hardware" has disappeared from the right side of my Taskbar. How can I get it back? The Safely Remove Hardware icon that crops up on the Taskbar is part of the plug-and-play tools that started with Windows ME and continue into XP. In Windows ME, the display of the icon is hard-wired and not removable for a good reason: If you yank something out of the USB port while data is being written to it, the sudden removal might...
FEATURES
By Donna Erickson and Donna Erickson,King Features Syndicate | April 22, 1995
When the weather forecast calls for rain, surprise your kids with a new idea they'll enjoy indoors and out. They can make rain paintings.You'll need a sheet of drawing paper, nontoxic washable markers (colored sidewalk chalk also works) and a cookie sheet or tray.Place the paper on the cookie sheet or tray and draw a picture. Your child may be inspired to draw geometric shapes and designs.When complete, check the weather outside and wait until there is a light drizzle or misty rain. Set the artwork outside on a picnic table or your porch for a few minutes.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | July 21, 2011
Laura Vozzella's snakehead story was published on Huffington Post, which is where I found these hilarious snakehead recipes by Ben Greenman on McSweeney's. Here's one of them. Click here for more. Southern-Style Breaded Amberjack Instructions: In a small bowl, mix mustard, pecans, horseradish, and breadcrumbs. Pat the amberjack filets until dry and coat on both sides with the contents of bowl. Grease an oven tray or dish, place fish on tray, and bake at 350 degrees for eight to twelve minutes.
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By Anne McCollam and Anne McCollam,Copley News Service | December 25, 1994
Q: Can you settle a disagreement that my wife and I have over a tin tray that I bought at a garage sale for $20? I think it might be worth something, and my wife says it's just "junque." The tray is round and has a picture of a young woman in the center. She is holding a rose and has her head turned a little to the side with a "come hither" expression on her face.Her hair is long and wavy and she is wearing a low-cut gown. On the back of the tray are the words "Western Coca-Cola Bottling Co."
NEWS
By GREGORY KANE | August 23, 2003
WHY DON'T WE have a former two-time "suspendee" from Baltimore's public schools weigh in on the matter of suspensions, an issue now before the school board. "Student conduct policy studied," read a headline on a story this week by Sun reporter Tanika White. Right away, I got the willies. It's the "studying" of public education that has led to its present pathetic state. Rolling the dice with my sanity, I read on. School leaders and experts are now pondering whether the old practice of suspending misbehaving students is unfair or harsh.
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By Kristine Henry, The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2013
A prominent Idaho businessman has lost his job after allegedly slapping a toddler on a plane when the child wouldn't stop crying. While many parents and fliers can agree that "Toddlers on a Plane" would be a terrifying premise for a film, most of us can figure out that hitting a stranger's child is not OK. But what steps can parents take to lessen their children's impact on other passengers? Some people swear by slipping kids a little Benadryl , but I've never gone this route.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | July 21, 2011
Laura Vozzella's snakehead story was published on Huffington Post, which is where I found these hilarious snakehead recipes by Ben Greenman on McSweeney's. Here's one of them. Click here for more. Southern-Style Breaded Amberjack Instructions: In a small bowl, mix mustard, pecans, horseradish, and breadcrumbs. Pat the amberjack filets until dry and coat on both sides with the contents of bowl. Grease an oven tray or dish, place fish on tray, and bake at 350 degrees for eight to twelve minutes.
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By Donna Ellis | July 7, 2011
Yes, the Fourth of July is behind us. But that doesn't mean you can't find other celebratory themes to help inspire your culinary creativity. If the Fourth was all-American, then July 14, Bastille Day, is all Française. Our "ooh-la-la" carte for eight, is designed to help us mark French Independence Day. We've tried to do it in the French mode, but "nouveau," of course, which is fitting for the season and for our American approach to things culinary. Gougeres Gruyere Ever had a cream puff?
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2011
Shirlee S. Rice, a homemaker and artist known for her culinary skills, died of lung disease Feb. 21 at her Pikesville home. She was 95. Born Shirley Siegel in Baltimore and raised on Chauncey Avenue in Reservoir Hill, she was a Western High School graduate who earned a degree at the Maryland Institute College of Art and studied piano at the Peabody Conservatory. Her father, Milton Siegel, was a partner in the Siegel Rothschild and Gans Bros. umbrella-making firm in downtown Baltimore.
SPORTS
By Laura Vozzella and Baltimore Sun reporter | May 11, 2010
If quarterback Joe Flacco's arm isn't what it should be next season, Baltimore will only have some of its most ardent football fans to blame. Flacco's admirers were so busy getting their pictures taken with him Monday night, when he played celebrity waiter at a charity dinner at Morton's The Steakhouse, they neglected to take appetizers off the tray he held.The real wait staff at the downtown Baltimore restaurant swapped out the tray of tuna tartare bites Flacco was holding for a tray of mini-crab cakes.
BUSINESS
November 18, 2009
ATLANTA - It soon will be harder to avoid advertising if you fly on one major carrier. AirTran Airways is installing ads on the bottom of seat-back tray tables on all its planes. Passengers have to keep the tray tables in their upright, locked position, during the beginning and end of their flights. That means an unimpeded view of the ads, which AirTran hopes will bring in millions of dollars in new revenue at a time when much of the industry has been reeling amid the economic slowdown.
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By Maria Hiaasen | April 8, 1998
Item: Simply PotatoesServings per package: about 4Cost: $2.59Preparation time: 4 minutes in microwave, 15 minutes to 30 minutes in conventional oven, depending on quantity used.Review: You want mashed potatoes in an instant? This version, in a refrigerated tray, is for you. You'd be hard-pressed to tap an easier source for the many-splendored spud. Tear back the plastic on top, shove the tray into the microwave, nuke it on high for 3 minutes. Then add a touch of margarine and stir, and nuke for another minute.
NEWS
By Ted Kooser | March 4, 2007
Here the Maine poet Wesley McNair offers us a vivid description of a man who has lived beyond himself. I'd guess you won't easily forget this sad old man in his apron with his tray of cheese. - Ted Kooser At the end of my stepfather's life when his anger was gone, and the saplings of his failed nursery had grown into trees, my newly feminist mother had him in the kitchen to pay for all those years he only did the carving. "You know where that is" she would say as he looked for a knife to cut the cheese and a tray to serve it with, his apron wide as a dress above his workboots, confused as a girl.
NEWS
By Patrice Green | August 4, 2008
For me, it was the last straw. As a physician, I've worried for years about how common obesity and diet-related diseases are becoming among our nation's young people. But I was absolutely floored by the American Academy of Pediatrics' recent recommendation that children as young as 8 should be prescribed cholesterol-lowering medication when lifestyle changes don't seem to help. Second-graders on Lipitor? That recommendation has raised concerns about the effects these powerful drugs might have on developing young bodies.
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