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By Zaki Chehab | December 9, 2003
LONDON - Shortly after Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, the commander of U.S. forces in Iraq, stated there was a 30 percent reduction in the number of Iraqi attacks, statistics for November highlighted the real situation: 109 dead, 81 of them Americans. General Sanchez's positive spin on the situation failed to note the sophistication of recent attacks carried out by well-trained and organized guerrillas who are carefully selecting their targets - Spanish intelligence officers, Japanese diplomats, Italian soldiers as well as American forces.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | March 13, 2014
Louis G. Hecht, an owner of the Triangle Sign Co. and an antiques appraiser who immersed himself in Baltimore's classic jazz scene, died of congestive heart failure Saturday, his 92nd birthday, at Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center & Hospital. He lived in Pikesville. Born in Baltimore and raised on Bancroft Road, he was the son of Julien S. Hecht and Ruth Gerstley Hecht. His grandfather was Emanuel Hecht, one of the founding brothers of the Hecht Co. department store. A 1939 McDonogh School graduate, Mr. Hecht also attended the Hun School of Princeton in 1940.
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By Mary Maushard and Mary Maushard,Sun Staff Writer | December 20, 1994
Ryan Morgan would have gotten an "A" in geometry even if he hadn't unearthed a mathematical treasure.But the persistent Patapsco High School sophomore pushed a hunch into a theory. He calls it Morgan's Conjecture, and is hoping it will soon be Morgan's Theorem.In geometric circles, developing a theorem is a big deal -- especially if you're only 15.Ryan's teacher at Patapsco High, Frank Nowosielski, has been teaching 20 years and has never had a student discover a theorem -- a mathematical statement that can be proved universally true.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Bailey O'Malia | September 21, 2012
There's a three's company theme on "The Real Housewives of Miami" this season. The love triangle between Karent, Rodolfo and Ana is heating up. And not even a romantic couple's massage can ease the tension. Ana claims that Rodolfo has contacted her on multiple occasions.But Karent refuses to listen. She puts it all on Ana, saying that she is just one of the many women who are fans. Somehow, Adriana has gotten herself in the middle of the situation and doesn't know who to believe.
BUSINESS
By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,Staff Writer | May 12, 1993
Hechinger Co. said yesterday that it will eliminate its six-store Triangle Building Centers division, closing the books on a foray into Pennsylvania that yielded only marginal profits.John Hechinger Jr., chief executive of the Landover, Md.-based home improvement store chain, said the company was closing its smallest unit to concentrate resources on a "two-pronged approach."That approach calls for a focus on upgrading Hechinger's traditional stores in the mid-Atlantic states to Home Projects Centers while expanding into the Southeast, Midwest and Northeast under the banner of its Home Quarters warehouses.
FEATURES
By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | May 5, 2006
If only La Mujer de mi Hermano (My Brother's Wife) had a dollop of humor and at least one character worth rooting for. It's certainly got three fine-looking leads, and plays for much of its length like the kind of steamy potboiler for which the term "guilty pleasure" was coined. But what the stars, director Ricardo de Montreuil and writer Jaime Bayly have come up with is a singularly joyless affair, the story of a complicated love triangle involving three ludicrously overdrawn characters - an unfulfilled wife, an inadequate husband and an oversexed brother-in-law - who don't have a clue how ridiculous they are. Neither, apparently, do the filmmakers, who treat the material with all the earnestness of a junior-high sex-ed lecturer.
NEWS
By Jim Coleman & Candace Hagan and Jim Coleman & Candace Hagan,Knight Ridder / Tribune | June 8, 2003
As a kid, I loved steak sandwiches with fried Bermuda onions. These onions were the sweetest-tasting ever. No one I've asked seems to know what happened to them. Whatever became of them? This is a very tricky question; the real problem here is that the name "Bermuda" has been associated with different onions through the years. When I talked to one of the largest distributors of onions, I was told a request for Bermuda onions would result in the delivery of a truckload of yellow Spanish onions.
FEATURES
By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Film Critic | September 3, 1992
"Proof," by its very existence, makes an irrefutable argument, a proof-positive: that it's possible to make a very good movie with three actors, a script and a camera.Of course "Proof" isn't an American enterprise: How could it be? A tight, mordant psychological thriller from Australia, it's about a tangled, highly charged love triangle -- the oldest of stories -- as reimagined through the freshest of lenses so that it feels deliriously new. It's about a blind photographer, his housekeeper, a kid he meets in a restaurant and the battle royale the three have for his soul and heart.
FEATURES
By Judy Wooldridge and Judy Wooldridge,Contributing Writer | June 6, 1993
Traveler: "Where in North Carolina are you going?"N.C. native: "Raleigh."Traveler: "Oh, Raleigh-Durham."N.C. native, sighing: "Well, not exactly."Raleigh, N.C. -- Let's get this straight right now: Despite the name of the airport -- Raleigh-Durham -- Raleigh and Durham are two separate and distinct cities. And Chapel Hill is a third place altogether.The confusion about the name comes from the 10 million people who pass through RDU airport annually since American Airlines opened a hub here in 1987 and the airport went international.
NEWS
By SUN STAFF WRITER | April 26, 1998
Police are looking for a man who held up an Ellicott City liquor store at gunpoint Thursday night and stole an undetermined amount of cash, police said.About 9: 40 p.m., the man entered Triangle Liquors in the 8800 block of Baltimore National Pike and pointed a handgun at a clerk, police said. After taking cash, the man fled, police said.Police described the robber as white, age 20, with a thin face, a crew cut and weighing 140 to 150 pounds. He was wearing a black and purple shirt and a dark baseball cap.Pub Date: 4/26/98
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | October 20, 2010
— After a 21-year-old Baltimore woman testified that Tyrone Hall was neither provoked nor attacked by the two Frostburg State University basketball players he shot last April, four of Hall's friends said that Ellis Hartridge Jr. taunted Hall and lunged at him right before the 21-year-old Glen Burnie man shot Hartridge and teammate Brandon Carroll. The only part of the testimony of Patrice Britton and Hall's friends that matched up was that the former Mount St. Joseph soccer standout fired the shotgun that Britton said he had purchased weeks before at a local pawnshop.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2010
There are no outward signs of tragedy at 68 E. College Ave. A couple of pizza boxes are stacked on the porch; a crushed beer can lies nearby. The blood has been cleaned from the front of the two-story house across the street from Frostburg State University. But for four students who had made their separate ways from Baltimore and Washington to this pastoral college town in Western Maryland, the explosive confrontation during the early morning of April 18 has changed their lives forever.
NEWS
By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2009
Bay Theatre begins its eighth season with A. R. Gurney's 1995 comedy "Sylvia," about a middle-age man who brings home a stray dog to the empty nest he shares with his wife on Manhattan's Upper West Side. If instead of a year earlier, last season had closed with Edward Albee's 2002 play "The Goat or Who Is Sylvia?" about another middle-age male in crisis who found an animal irresistible, Bay would have had an amazing segue between seasons. Noting the similarity of themes, playwright Gurney explains on his Web site, "Greg's affection for Sylvia costs him his job and almost his marriage.
NEWS
By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,michael.sragow@baltsun.com | February 27, 2009
The showbiz dictum that all publicity is good publicity has rarely been tested as dramatically as with the opening of Two Lovers. After filming it, the star, Joaquin Phoenix, decided to quit acting and become a hip-hop artist. While promoting it, he flaked out with David Letterman. Gwyneth Paltrow, his co-star, has recently been covered as a budding Oprah for the Internet age. It's enough to make you forget that they're two of our most gifted, sensitive actors. Two Lovers makes you remember.
BUSINESS
By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,Special to The Baltimore Sun | December 7, 2008
Kathy Delauney's kitchen has granite counters, to-the-ceiling cabinets, stainless-steel appliances and recessed lighting. But none of those features is what makes it a great kitchen. The best part? It can handle a crowd. "It's built for entertaining," says Delauney, who bought the half-gutted two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath rowhouse in Federal Hill last year and renovated it. "It's not crowded. You don't feel like you have to shoo anyone out." The space was moved from the back to the middle of the first floor and opens to the living room.
NEWS
By FRANK ROYLANCE and FRANK ROYLANCE,Sun Reporter -- Weather Blogger | October 4, 2007
If the clouds part this evening, we should have a fine view of a very bright International Space Station as it zips up the East Coast and crosses the Chesapeake Bay just south of Baltimore. Look to the southwest about 7:55 p.m., and watch for a steady, starlike object climbing past Jupiter at a brisk 17,500 mph. The space station will pass high overhead at 7:58 p.m., flying northeast through the starry Summer Triangle. Then watch it vanish into the Earth's shadow at 7:59 p.m.
NEWS
By Allison Klein and Allison Klein,SUN STAFF | December 4, 2003
More than a year after the son of a one-time noted local television personality was slain, the man accused of killing him went on trial yesterday in Baltimore Circuit Court. Corey Bennett -- the 22-year-old son of former WBAL-TV feature reporter Ray Bennett -- was fatally stabbed in the chest in April of last year outside his girlfriend's house in the 1600 block of Presbury St. Samtoya Williams, 31, is charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing, which prosecutors said was committed during an argument stemming from a love triangle.
TRAVEL
By Susan Reimer and Susan Reimer,Sun Reporter | August 12, 2007
CLARIFICATION An article in Sunday's Travel section gave the impression that Chiodo's Tavern in Pittsburgh was open for business. The bar closed in 2005. THE SUN REGRETS THE ERROR THOMAS WOLFE SAID YOU CAN'T GO HOME AGAIN, but if somebody offers you $500 to try, it can be worth the trip. "Five-hundred bucks?" an old Pittsburgh friend asked. "They are giving you 500 bucks to do Pittsburgh? You could buy the whole town for two grand." Not anymore, I said.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,sun theater critic | May 24, 2007
Referring to betrayal, a character in Harold Pinter's play of that name comments, "Not much more to say on that subject." Maybe not, but the Nobel Prize-winning playwright certainly found a different way to say it. Betrayal, Pinter's 1978 chronicle of a romantic triangle -- a husband, his wife and his oldest friend -- unfolds in reverse, moving from the postmortem of the affair to its instigation. If you go Betrayal runs through June 24 at Everyman Theatre, 1727 N. Charles St. Tickets: $18-$30.
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