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Baltimore Sun | July 24, 2012
Viewing Tips Don't look for Michael Phelps during the Opening Ceremonies. He competes Saturday, and says it's not good to stand very long so close to a swim. Do keep your eyes out for Beatle Paul McCartney and James Bond, played by Daniel Craig. Each night of the Olympics, WBAL-TV's Donna Hamilton and Gerry Sandusky will profile Maryland athletes on "The Olympic Zone. " The half-hour show comes on at 7:30 p.m., except tonight, when it starts at 7 p.m. Schedule Midnight to 1 a.m. Men's Soccer Telemundo 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Men's Soccer (Replay)
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August 8, 2012
Viewing Tips This is it. The London 2012 games end today. Especially if you were planning a lazy Sunday anyway, here are some times definitely worth tuning in: NBC Sports Network will show four portions of the women's modern pentathlon, whose entrants include Parkton native and McDaniel College graduate Suzanne Stettinius. See fencing and swimming 9 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and riding and combined 2:45 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Live action today includes the men's basketball gold medal game, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m onWBAL-TV.
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April 21, 2009
Beginning today, the Tuesday paper no longer has a separate "You and Your Digital World" section. Much of the content, including short reviews of new CDs, DVDs and books, can now be found in the main news section with the Movie Directory. The comics, puzzles and TV listings can be found at the end of the sports section.
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February 7, 2009
Today marks the last issue of You & Your Home & Garden; much of the content will begin appearing in other sections next week. * Look for Dream Home in the Sunday Real Estate section starting Feb. 15. * Susan Reimer's garden column will be in You & Your Weekend starting Feb. 19. * The gardening Q&A and Plant of the Week feature will move to You & Your Weekend starting Thursday. * Next Saturday, you can find the movie directory in the main news section and the comics, puzzles and TV listings at the end of the sports section.
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By SUSAN RAPP and SUSAN RAPP,VILLAGE READING CENTER | September 22, 1999
While many parents are concerned about the influence of television on their child's reading development, most agree that TV is a powerful medium in their child's life. Here are ways parents can blend television and your child's reading for a positive outcome.* Set up a daily schedule in which you fill in times for meals, homework, regular lessons or activities, as well as times for favorite TV shows. Use the opportunity to look at TV listings, set guidelines and select the shows you will watch together.
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By Paul Moore and Paul Moore,PUBLIC EDITOR | September 9, 2007
The Sun, like many newspapers, is shifting more content from its traditional print edition to its Web site. Economic pressures have forced newspapers to reduce their print content, and editors are trying to mitigate that loss by posting this missing material on their Web sites. These moves also appeal to journalists already worried about growing competition from Internet news sources. But some print edition readers can't or won't use the Internet and are frustrated because certain of their favorite items have been deleted from their newspaper.
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By KEVIN COWHERD | December 5, 2005
The 14-year-old corners me in my downstairs office, which is where I go to get away from kids, not that it ever works. "You should get a BlackBerry," he says. I don't want a BlackBerry, I say. I don't want an iPod. I don't want a personal DVD player with 3.6-inch screen. I don't even want my cell phone. I wish we still read by candlelight and churned our own butter. "A BlackBerry keeps you in the loop while you're on the go," the boy says. You sound like a commercial, I say. Like the evil spawn of T-Mobile's Catherine Zeta-Jones and the geeky Verizon "Can-you-hear-me-now?"
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