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October 28, 2004
On October 25, 2004, TRIXIE LEE BURY, devoted mother of Lisa Keefer, Bridgette Bishop, Tim and Matt Bury, loving companion of Steve Marsh, dear sister of Jean, Doris, Jim, Bill and Wayne, loving grandmother of Danielle, Becky, Steven, Christina, Felicia, Jimmy, Jarred, Nikkolas, Tyler, Christopher, Faith and Colby, great- grandmother of Gabrielle. A Funeral Service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Ave., on Friday at 10 A.M. Interment St. Stanislaus Cemetery.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2011
This has been a good year for Baltimore representation in the New York theater scene. In March, Trixie Little and the Evil Hate Monkey, the madcap acrobatic burlesque performers known for any number of adventures in Charm City, had their first off-Broadway show. This month, Michael Patrick Flanagan Smith, who directed some Baltimore ventures for that duo years ago, saw his play "Woody Guthrie Dreams" open off-off-Broadway. Although the Trixie/Monkey production of "All or Nothing" at the Ars Nova Theater was only for two weeks, a taste of it can be savored soon in an episode of "Unleashed by Garo" — that's fanciful fashion designer Garo Sparo — scheduled to air Sept.
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By Sarah Schaffer and Sarah Schaffer,SUN STAFF | October 16, 2003
Keri Burneston knows fun. As co-founder of the Baltimore-based performance art group Fluid Movement, she's planned and directed a variety of successful and light-hearted productions, including a 1999 water ballet at the Patterson Park pool and last spring's Go-Go Pirate Show aboard the Constellation. So it's only natural that her side project, a neo-burlesque revue, would also have equal amounts of creativity, humor and tomfoolery. Trixie Little Goes to Outer Space, which showcases the performance talents of both Burneston and her boyfriend, Adam Krandle, is a combination of comedy and theatrics, with a little va-va-voom thrown into the mix. And though their act is classified as burlesque, it doesn't have the seed of a back bar tease or the vamp of a traditional Sally Rand style fan dance, she said.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 18, 2009
Native Berry Festival: Berries, barbecue and bands abound at the Native Berry Festival in Herring Run Park. The festival, which runs noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, features a berry dessert contest conducted by celebrity judges, live music starting at 1:30 p.m., and plenty of crafts, food and beverages. Cherries, blackberries, blueberries, elderberries, mulberries, strawberries and serviceberries will be available. The event is free and open to the public but the dessert contest requires a small donation.
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By Katie Leslie and Katie Leslie,SUN STAFF | July 1, 2004
What's more American than apple pie? How about apple pie with a side of burlesque? If this sounds like more fun than fireworks, check out Trixie Little's Stars and Stripes Show on Saturday at the Creative Alliance at the Patterson. Charm City's own burlesque star, Trixie Little, is slated to perform with her sidekick, the Evil Tap-Dancing Hate Monkey, and New York's "World Famous Pontani Sisters" at a show with a July Fourth theme. "This show is going to be lots of fun, like the seedy side of Mayberry," says Little, also known as Keri Burneston, 28, who along with her boyfriend, 25-year-old Adam Krandle, created the characters of superhero Trixie and her foil, the Hate Monkey, almost three years ago. "There will be lots of acrobatics, tap dance and lots of comedy.
NEWS
May 21, 2003
On May 20, 2003, IVAL P. "Ivy" MARTIN, of Forest Hill, beloved wife of the late Cecil L. Martin, devoted mother of Patricia Ganey and her husband Parker and Glynda G. Picklesimer, loving sister of Vertrice Carroll and Trixie Blanton. She is also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins. Friends may call at the family owned Evans Funeral Chapel-Bel Air, 3 Newport Dr. (Rts. 23 & 24-Forest Hill) on Wednesday 2 to 4 P.M. A Funeral Service will be held on Thursday 11:30 A.M. Interment Lakeview Memorial Park.
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By SAM SESSA and SAM SESSA,SUN REPORTER | December 22, 2005
Need a breather from all the seasonal hoopla? If you're ready to throw your hands up and say "holidays, schmolidays," here are some alternative ways to celebrate. Don't worry, this doesn't mean you're a Scrooge - you'd just rather spread the yuletide spirit on the dance floor, that's all. John Waters, the city's infamous filmmaker, offers his holiday observations, obsessions, and urge to give and receive twisted presents in this monologue at the 9:30 Club tonight. Trixie Little, the Evil Hate Monkey and Lobster Boy open the show with a burlesque performance at 8 p.m., and Waters goes on at 9:30 p.m. Tickets are $25. The 9:30 Club is at 815 V St. N.W. in Washington.
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By James Coates and James Coates,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | February 15, 1999
You won't find finer journalistic musings on the possibilities and the pratfalls of the human condition than in the writing of Chicago Tribune columnist Mary Schmich.She doesn't know it yet, but Schmich has stumbled upon a rather amazing, not to mention downright amusing, solution to an incessantly vexing problem shared by computer users everywhere.Schmich's Solution brilliantly addresses a computer user's need to come up with hacker-resistant computer passwords that one can actually remember.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 18, 2009
Native Berry Festival: Berries, barbecue and bands abound at the Native Berry Festival in Herring Run Park. The festival, which runs noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, features a berry dessert contest conducted by celebrity judges, live music starting at 1:30 p.m., and plenty of crafts, food and beverages. Cherries, blackberries, blueberries, elderberries, mulberries, strawberries and serviceberries will be available. The event is free and open to the public but the dessert contest requires a small donation.
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July 1, 2004
Eats Avoid standing over a hot grill this summer and check out the barbecue at Pig Picker's in Catonsville and Randallstown. page 14. Scene Looking to match wits with another word person? Check out Scrabble night at Harbor East Whole Foods Market. page 25. Arts Giraud Foster's photographs are at the Creative Alliance in an exhibit called Pictures of India. page 13. Music Adriana Evans helped kick off the neo-soul movement in the mid-1990s, and now she's back with a new CD, Nomadic, which offers a raw and funkier sound.
FEATURES
August 11, 2008
Scenes from a placid, and occasionally offbeat, Virgin Fest: On a sectioned-off side of the painting wall near the South Stage, Chad Brady is still plugging away at his tedious task, making a guitar mural entirely out of picks. When asked if he would finish the project yesterday, he could only answer, "I hope." Saturday was spent painting the guitar and gluing up some of the guitar picks that will eventually cover the whole thing. The mural will be auctioned off after the festival, and proceeds will go to the Woody Guthrie Foundation.
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By ABIGAIL TUCKER and ABIGAIL TUCKER,SUN REPORTER | February 14, 2006
Before the backstage mirror, barely dressed dancers fret about limp curls, gooseflesh and uneven panty fringe. But Catherine Bohne stands apart from them in her four-inch-high Mary Janes, contemplating a more serious problem: Her cat ate her pasties. It happened about 11:30 p.m. Friday, the eve of this, her first-ever burlesque performance, when the two red, sparkly stars were to be all that stood between her and total toplessness. She discovered their mangled remains on the floor of the spare bedroom, cursed out the cat and despaired.
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By SAM SESSA and SAM SESSA,SUN REPORTER | December 22, 2005
Need a breather from all the seasonal hoopla? If you're ready to throw your hands up and say "holidays, schmolidays," here are some alternative ways to celebrate. Don't worry, this doesn't mean you're a Scrooge - you'd just rather spread the yuletide spirit on the dance floor, that's all. John Waters, the city's infamous filmmaker, offers his holiday observations, obsessions, and urge to give and receive twisted presents in this monologue at the 9:30 Club tonight. Trixie Little, the Evil Hate Monkey and Lobster Boy open the show with a burlesque performance at 8 p.m., and Waters goes on at 9:30 p.m. Tickets are $25. The 9:30 Club is at 815 V St. N.W. in Washington.
NEWS
May 25, 2005
On Sunday, May 22, 2005, ROBERT E. LOPEZ; "Lopez" was News Director for 98 Rock for 27 years. He is survived by his beloved wife Jean "Trixie" Lopez; devoted father of Leandra E. Lopez; loving son of Lola R. and the late Leo Lopez; son-in-law of Carolyn Dawidowicz; brother of Leo W. Lopez and his wife Patricia L. and Lola L. Hatter and her husband Eddie; brother-in-law of Susan A. Thompkins and her husband Paul and Mark A. Reynolds and his wife Kathleen P....
NEWS
October 28, 2004
On October 25, 2004, TRIXIE LEE BURY, devoted mother of Lisa Keefer, Bridgette Bishop, Tim and Matt Bury, loving companion of Steve Marsh, dear sister of Jean, Doris, Jim, Bill and Wayne, loving grandmother of Danielle, Becky, Steven, Christina, Felicia, Jimmy, Jarred, Nikkolas, Tyler, Christopher, Faith and Colby, great- grandmother of Gabrielle. A Funeral Service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Ave., on Friday at 10 A.M. Interment St. Stanislaus Cemetery.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 1, 2004
Eats Avoid standing over a hot grill this summer and check out the barbecue at Pig Picker's in Catonsville and Randallstown. page 14. Scene Looking to match wits with another word person? Check out Scrabble night at Harbor East Whole Foods Market. page 25. Arts Giraud Foster's photographs are at the Creative Alliance in an exhibit called Pictures of India. page 13. Music Adriana Evans helped kick off the neo-soul movement in the mid-1990s, and now she's back with a new CD, Nomadic, which offers a raw and funkier sound.
NEWS
May 25, 2005
On Sunday, May 22, 2005, ROBERT E. LOPEZ; "Lopez" was News Director for 98 Rock for 27 years. He is survived by his beloved wife Jean "Trixie" Lopez; devoted father of Leandra E. Lopez; loving son of Lola R. and the late Leo Lopez; son-in-law of Carolyn Dawidowicz; brother of Leo W. Lopez and his wife Patricia L. and Lola L. Hatter and her husband Eddie; brother-in-law of Susan A. Thompkins and her husband Paul and Mark A. Reynolds and his wife Kathleen P....
SPORTS
By Bill Burton | November 19, 1991
SABILLASVILLE -- Turk Rumsford is my kind of hunter. He has good dogs, treats them well, and enjoys the hunt.And, there are a few other things about hunting with this middle-aged Silver Spring nimrod. One is that he enjoys rabbit hunting in this age when most fellows his age head afield only for more exotic things like Canada geese, wild turkeys, or pheasants on a shooting preserve.We met in an Essex sports shop where I was shopping for black powder gear for the deer season, and he was scouting for a hunting vest with a built-in game pouch.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Katie Leslie and Katie Leslie,SUN STAFF | July 1, 2004
What's more American than apple pie? How about apple pie with a side of burlesque? If this sounds like more fun than fireworks, check out Trixie Little's Stars and Stripes Show on Saturday at the Creative Alliance at the Patterson. Charm City's own burlesque star, Trixie Little, is slated to perform with her sidekick, the Evil Tap-Dancing Hate Monkey, and New York's "World Famous Pontani Sisters" at a show with a July Fourth theme. "This show is going to be lots of fun, like the seedy side of Mayberry," says Little, also known as Keri Burneston, 28, who along with her boyfriend, 25-year-old Adam Krandle, created the characters of superhero Trixie and her foil, the Hate Monkey, almost three years ago. "There will be lots of acrobatics, tap dance and lots of comedy.
FEATURES
By Steve Johnson and Steve Johnson,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | March 20, 2004
While the really, really foul language in frontier times is the most immediately striking thing about David Milch's Deadwood, what becomes more important than the show's ability to make Tony Soprano sound like a choirboy is that Milch is telling a great story. In the same way that The Wire showed there is an HBO way to update that staple of regular TV, the cop show, Deadwood (tomorrow night at 10) demonstrates that the western can be revitalized, too, with a dose of extreme realism. The series is shot in the sepia tones familiar from quaint western photographs.
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