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By Rebecca Oppenheimer | August 23, 2011
During one's school days, summer vacation offers the opportunity for reinvention. Who hasn't fantasized about returning in the fall triumphantly sporting a new look, a new skill, a new attitude? If you don't have three months off for that makeover, try one of these three books on for size. Each features an individual seeking his or her place in the world. "The Breaks" by Richard Price Picador, $16 "The Breaks" may surprise fans of Richard Price's work on "The Wire" and of his gritty recent novels.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2014
Salisbury's 37-34 overtime upset of then-No. 6 St. John Fisher last Saturday was punctuated by senior fullback J.D. Hook's 16-yard touchdown run. But the running game has been powering the offense all season. The Sea Gulls (2-2 overall and 1-1 in the Empire 8 Athletic Conference) have averaged 289.8 rushing yards thus far, seventh-best in Division III. They compiled 312 rushing yards against a Cardinals defense that had surrendered an average of 288.7 total yards prior to Saturday's contest.
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Sports Digest | April 30, 2012
Varsity Trio of athletes win Brian Piccolo Memorial Award Erika Armetta (Bel Air), Anna Marie Liberatore (IND), and Katelin Mozingo (Fallston) each received the Brian Piccolo Memorial Award from the Northern Chesapeake Chapter of UNICO, an Italian-American service organization that awards scholarships, provides grants for research and supports charities. The awards are given to high school students of Italian heritage who exemplify the character traits of Piccolo, the Wake Forest and Chicago Bears running back who died of cancer in 1970 at age 26 and whose life was the subject of the 1971 film "Brian's Song.
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Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2014
The Baltimore Sun will follow Franklin's Steven Smothers, Gilman's Ellison Jordan and McDonogh's Eric Burrell on the recruiting trail as they try to decide over the next year which college will be the best fit. This is part one in an occasional series. Steven Smothers' cell phone started dancing just a few seconds past midnight on Sept. 1. The Franklin junior had switched his phone to vibrate, but he didn't ignore it, knowing college football coaches could begin contacting Class of 2016 prospects via text message, email and social media immediately after midnight.
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By Anthony Landi, The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2013
"Hold on. I'm in a weird place," said Zach Williams, leader of The Lone Bellow, as he lost reception while passing through a mountain range over the phone on Wednesday. That "weird place" could also be applied to his music career at the moment. The Brooklyn Americana trio is in a transitional phase, shifting from indie darlings to the next big thing. What started as a creative outlet for Williams has become a full-fledged (and critically acclaimed) band, which resulted in the members quitting their day jobs to play Austin, Texas' annual South by Southwest festival and take up music full-time.
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Sports Digest | December 27, 2012
Et cetera Towson football trio honored by Phil Steele Towson sophomore running back Terrance West (Northwestern) senior free safety Jordan Dangerfield and junior offensive tackle Eric Pike were named to the Phil Steele Magazine Football Championship Subdivision All-America team. West, who led the Colonial Athletic Association in rushing with 1,046 yards in 10 games, earned second-team honors. Dangerfield and Pike, a Landover native, were named to the fourth team.
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By Tim Smith | November 7, 2002
Among the many enticing concerts vying for your attention this weekend, here are two to consider. Tomorrow, the Santa Fe Guitar Quartet will bring its collective talents to Baltimore in a program that ranges from J. S. Bach and Bela Bartok to Isaac Albeniz and Astor Piazzolla. Named for the city in Argentina, the ensemble began making a name for itself in 1989 by combining classical repertoire with both classical and folk music of Latin America. There has been a particular emphasis on the tango-based works by the late Piazzolla, whose vibrant scores have helped bring the dance form back to the fore.
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,Sun Pop Music Critic | March 29, 1991
These days, it is fairly routine for pop groups to declare their sound unique and uncategorizable. It might look good in print, but it generally does little to disguise the fact that this "unique" music sounds like virtually everything else on the radio today.Once in a while, though, a band comes along offering music so utterly one-of-a-kind as to almost defy description. A band, in short, like the Cocteau Twins.Emerging in the early '80s, this British trio -- Scots Robin Guthrie and Elizabeth Fraser, plus Englishman Simon Raymonde -- managed to confound even the heard-it-all English music press, who sought in vain for an appropriate pigeonhole.
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By John Harris III and John Harris III,Staff writer | August 27, 1991
The recent Maryland Junior Tennis Championships proved that nice guys don't always finish last.The Carlson trio, Andrew, 13, Lindsey,12, and Rebecca, 10, of Annapolis, all finished among the top four in their respective divisions at the state tourney, conducted at Baltimore County's McDonogh School on Aug. 11-16.After finishing a stellar week of tennis, the three Annapolis siblings were presented the tournament's sportsmanship trophy Saturday at the Big Vanilla Racquet Club in Arnold for their poise and fair play under emotional stress.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2010
Laura Marsico and girlfriends Cheryl Bernard-Smith and Laura Durington didn't give a second thought to leaving their children with their husbands for a weekend of couture, celebrities and the overall fabulousness that is New York Fashion Week. The three attended the Rebecca Taylor fashion show Sunday in Lincoln Center. It was the first time the trio had taken an overnight excursion together sans children in the past six years. It was also an opportunity for the working mothers to let their collective hair down while revisiting their big-city roots.
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | June 19, 2014
Three local high schools have advanced to the championship round of the Ravens 7-on-7 Football Tournament. John Carroll, Westminster and Broadneck will play in the tournament's final round at M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday, beginning at 4 p.m. The championship game is scheduled for 9 p.m. The three-round tournament began on May 31 at St. Paul's School. John Carroll emerged from that field, along with Fort Hill, Northwest and Oxon Hill. Wesminster and Broadneck advanced from a regional tournament on June 7 at Frederick High School.
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By Matt Kinnear and Inside Lacrosse | May 13, 2014
Steve Marohl knew last year his single-season points record was bound to fall - and that someone with the last name Thompson was going to do it. And he's OK with that - and enjoying watching them play just like everyone else. As a lacrosse fan and someone still involved in the game, he's happy to see the impact brothers Lyle and Miles, and cousin Ty, are having on the sport he loves. "These guys are idolized by the younger kids; I see it with the kids I coach," he said Tuesday.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2014
About 30 minutes after the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team had wrapped up a 13-8 victory over visiting Albany on April 4, three players were still standing on the Homewood Field turf, signing autographs and posing for pictures with fans. That trio did not represent the home team, though. They were Miles, Ty and Lyle Thompson, the starting attackmen for the Great Danes. "One of my favorite moments of the season was when we had lost that game at Hopkins and you looked on the field and there were only three kids on the field signing autographs, and it was those three," Albany coach Scott Marr said.
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Patrick Maynard | April 24, 2014
PHILADELPHIA -- When Stephanie Ryall steps onto the track tonight at the 120th Penn Relays, she'll be one of only three Canadian individuals at the event. None of the three have run there before. The Hamilton runner says a calm strategy should help her handle the pressure. "I want to go for a good time" the 11th-grader at Westdale Secondary said earlier this week when asked about her goals. "I'm not really going for place. " "Girls like Tessa Barrett, Hannah DeBalsi ... those girls are much faster than me. " For Ryall, a good time in the 3000m run means 9:45 or faster, which is just over 10 seconds quicker than what she has run at this year's indoor meets.
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By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2014
The UMBC defense had the daunting task Saturday of trying to shut down three Albany attackmen who have almost uncanny awareness of one another on the field, two of whom are among the most prolific scorers in NCAA Division I lacrosse. The Great Danes' Lyle and Miles Thompson entered the game ranked first and second nationally in points per game, averaging 6.6 and 6.1, respectively. The duo, along with cousin Ty, spent the afternoon trading passes, firing behind-the-back shots and generally causing havoc in front of the UMBC goal.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 3, 2014
In a span of three short months, Albany's trio of brothers Miles and Lyle Thompson and cousin Ty Thompson have graced the front page of The New York Times and the cover of the Inside Lacrosse magazine. In doing so, they have becomes role models for the lacrosse-playing youngsters at the Onondaga Reservation in upstate New York where they grew up. “A lot of little kids on our reservation hit us up on the social networks,” Miles Thompson said as the No. 19 Great Danes traveled to Baltimore for Friday night's game against No. 10 Johns Hopkins at Homewood Field in Baltimore.
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By Sam Sessa and Sam Sessa,Sun reporter | December 6, 2007
Few bands are more aptly named than Celebration. The Baltimore-based trio of singer Katrina Ford, drummer David Bergander and keyboardist Sean Antanaitis conjure psychedelic, tribal music that is both dark and uplifting. In October, Celebration released its sophomore album, The Modern Tribe, to critical acclaim. Saturday's show at 2640 caps an international tour in support of the album. When performing, lead singer Ford feeds off the audience's energy and channels it into the songs. So many indie rock bands, when they play live, they just rigidly stand on stage and play the songs straight off their album.
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By Stephen Wigler and Stephen Wigler,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | October 26, 1997
Tchaikovsky, Trio in A minor (Opus 50), Rachmaninoff, Trio No. 1 in G minor, performed by the Moscow Conservatory Trio (CMH Records CD-8020); Beethoven, Trio in C minor (Opus, No. BTC 3), Brahms, Trio in B major (Opus 8), performed by the Moscow Conservatory Trio (CMH Records CD-8021).Few chamber music releases this year have given me as much pleasure as these discs from the Moscow Conservatory Trio.Shriver Hall Concert Series subscribers probably recall the concert last season in which the trio (pianist Paul Ostrovsky, violinist Dmitri Berlinsky and cellist Suren Bagratuni)
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By Mary Johnson, The Baltimore Sun | March 13, 2014
Live Arts Maryland music director J. Ernest Green conducted the Annapolis Chorale Chamber Chorus, Annapolis Chamber Orchestra and soloists last weekend in performances of works by three of the world's finest composers, filling St. Anne's Episcopal Church in Annapolis with glorious sound. Stellar music is a Green hallmark, but he also knows how to entertain and inform - as is his custom, the conductor gave audience members insight into his musical choices, exploring the common musical thread uniting the three pieces on the program: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's "Vesperae solennes de confessore," Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's Keyboard Concerto in E-major and Anton Bruckner's Requiem in D-minor.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2014
One of the women's lacrosse teams turning heads this season is Yale, especially after the Bulldogs defeated Ivy League rival Dartmouth, 12-5, last Saturday. At 4-0, the Bulldogs are off to their best start since 2001 after Wednesday night's 12-8 win over Bryant. With three Baltimore natives in the starting lineup, their defense is one of the stingiest in Division I, allowing 6.5 goals per game. Senior Adrienne Tarver, a Park graduate, leads a young field unit that includes sophomores Flannery Carney (Maryvale)
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