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By McClatchy News Service | March 26, 1992
MODESTO, Calif. -- When he was a firefighter, Jack Maugeri would jump into a crisis and get the job done."Then I'd ask questions later," he said.Those same instincts were at work Tuesday when Mr. Maugeri, 47, a custodian and groundskeeper at Stanislaus School in north Modesto, managed to jump into a driverless, out-of-control car in front of the school and stop it, perhaps saving the lives of two small children inside the automobile.School staffers call Mr. Maugeri a hero."He actually risked his life to save those two kids," said Donna Lacazotte, the school's food-service manager, who witnessed the panicky scene.
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July 15, 2013
The front-page headline on the Sunpaper says "Sequester pains hit home" (July 12). Meanwhile, President Barack Obama just got back from Africa with his wife, two children and his mother-in-law. Please tell me how the sequester is having an impact on them. Since Mr. Obama promised "transparency" in his administration, please tell me how much of the American tax dollar paid for the wife, the two kids and the mother-in-law to go on this trip with him? Christine Higgins, Phoenix
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July 15, 2013
The front-page headline on the Sunpaper says "Sequester pains hit home" (July 12). Meanwhile, President Barack Obama just got back from Africa with his wife, two children and his mother-in-law. Please tell me how the sequester is having an impact on them. Since Mr. Obama promised "transparency" in his administration, please tell me how much of the American tax dollar paid for the wife, the two kids and the mother-in-law to go on this trip with him? Christine Higgins, Phoenix
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2013
Baltimore's Scary Mommy kicked off the tour for her new book Tuesday with an appearance on "Today. " The blogger/author Jill Smokler chatted with Hoda Kotb -- who said the book had her cracking up even though she doesn't have kids. "Motherhood Comes Naturally (and other vicious lies)" is Smokler's second book. For most of her air time, Smokler, who has three children, gamely fielded viewer parenting questions. One mother wanted to know how to get her two kids to spend time with the family instead of their electronic devices.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | March 5, 1992
Spare me the testimonials to Paul Tsongas and Bill Clinton. Forget the bouquets to George Bush and Patrick Buchanan. Don't tell me about the joys of democracy and the spirit of national rebirth as Marylanders vote for somebody to run the damned country.You want a picture of America in the heart of a great campaign? Here goes: Paca and Fayette on election night, standing outside the Paul Tsongas election headquarters with its bright lights and its television cameras and its banners, we are talking to the former mayor of Baltimore, Clarence H. "Du" Burns.
BUSINESS
By New York Times News Service | May 31, 1991
NEW YORK -- Philip R. Lochner Jr., a commissioner at the Securities and Exchange Commission, said yesterday that he would be leavingthe agency next month rather than seek reappointment.The announcement took many officials at the SEC by surprise, particularly since Mr. Lochner appeared to have enjoyed his work at the commission. He has served only 18 months.Mr. Lochner was appointed last year to complete the five-year term of the commission's former chairman, David S. Ruder. Earlier this year, hehad told some colleagues that he hoped to be renominated.
FEATURES
By Evening Sun Staff | November 26, 1990
PLODDING and predictable plotting mar what could have been an exceptional movie in "To My Daughter," NBC's movie offering tonight on Channel 2 (WMAR) at 9 o'clock.The based-on-a-true-story setup has Rue McClanahan showing considerably more range than she gets to demonstrate on "The Golden Girls" every week. Here, she is Laura Carlson, an English teacher and the single mother of three, but the mother superior of one, her eldest.The eldest is Julie, played by Michele Greene, an up and coming writer.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Liz Atwood | January 4, 2009
David Warschawski left big New York City ad agency life to start his own public relations, marketing, advertising and design firm in Baltimore in 1996. Since then, the agency has won many awards, including being named the Small Agency of the Year by PR News for the past three years. The Swiss-born CEO is a frequent commentator on marketing communications and has appeared on media outlets ranging from CNBC to NPR. Warschawski, 37, lives in Dumbarton with his wife, Rachel, and two children, Micah and Leah.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2013
Baltimore's Scary Mommy kicked off the tour for her new book Tuesday with an appearance on "Today. " The blogger/author Jill Smokler chatted with Hoda Kotb -- who said the book had her cracking up even though she doesn't have kids. "Motherhood Comes Naturally (and other vicious lies)" is Smokler's second book. For most of her air time, Smokler, who has three children, gamely fielded viewer parenting questions. One mother wanted to know how to get her two kids to spend time with the family instead of their electronic devices.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | October 10, 2000
Between the see-through dress she wore to the Emmy Awards telecast and her new sitcom, "The Geena Davis Show," you have to wonder where Davis is getting her advice these days. What an awful series, and I'm not sure whether to blame her as executive producer and star or ABC for its hell-bent commitment to putting only Disney-produced-and-owned series like this one on its air. Davis plays Teddie Cochrane, who the press material describes as a "glamorous career woman." Her career involves running a "non-profit company that pairs celebrities with worthy political causes."
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | August 27, 2012
IndyCar driver Tony Kanaan is sitting beside his best friend and teammate Rubens Barrichello. Together they are talking about the value of friendship and how important it is to separate competitiveness from what is most important in life. It is then Kanaan, the 2004 IndyCar Series champion, recalls a plane ride this season that occurred after he had finished ahead of Barrichello, in his first season of IndyCar racing after 19 years in Formula 1. "Eduardo, Rubens' oldest son, is sitting beside me on the plane," Kanaan, 37, said.
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By Sarah Kickler Kelber and The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2012
I knew that having kids would change my relationship with our pets, no matter how much I tried to avoid it. But based on the amount of time the cats have spent glaring at me lately, I think I underestimated how much it would change. Our three cats -- Billy, Spencer and Lucy -- dealt OK when our first son was born four years ago. Billy tried to sleep in the baby's crib, until there was a baby in it. Then he was over that idea. Mostly, they watched him, and otherwise, they left him alone.
NEWS
By Mary Carole McCauley and Mary Carole McCauley,mary.mccauley@baltsun.com | November 8, 2009
NEW YORK - For weeks before a new Broadway production of "Ragtime" began previews, Christopher Cox and Sarah Rosenthal kept coming up with creative excuses to sneak a peek inside the Neil Simon Theatre in Manhattan. Even though Chris and Sarah are child actors in the show, they weren't allowed inside the building while the set was being constructed. But quite often, the backstage door was left open, and Chris could catch glimpses of boxes of props and lighting equipment being hauled inside.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Liz Atwood | January 4, 2009
David Warschawski left big New York City ad agency life to start his own public relations, marketing, advertising and design firm in Baltimore in 1996. Since then, the agency has won many awards, including being named the Small Agency of the Year by PR News for the past three years. The Swiss-born CEO is a frequent commentator on marketing communications and has appeared on media outlets ranging from CNBC to NPR. Warschawski, 37, lives in Dumbarton with his wife, Rachel, and two children, Micah and Leah.
NEWS
By Brooke Williams | July 28, 2008
THOMASTON, Maine - I would like to thank the man who helped me during my recent flight from Maine to Orlando. I repeat, the man, the one and only person in a sea of travelers who lent a hand as I struggled to get myself and two small children through three airports during the six-hour journey. My aerial Prince Charming was a baggage handler at JFK who opened my stroller and pointed the wheels toward the ramp - it was the simplest of gestures, but so thoughtful that I nearly cried. "You're the nicest person I've met all day," I told him. "You gotta be kiddin' me," he said, his thick Queens accent accentuating his disbelief.
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By SLOANE BROWN | October 1, 2006
Alexa Corcoran, 33, is a partner in the Let's Dish! chain of meal-making stores with her husband Rick, and another married couple, Erick Ginsberg and Lisa Hardiman. The four created their first store in November 2004 in Timonium. They prepare the recipes and all the ingredients for homemade dishes, then customers come in and assemble the dishes themselves to take home. There are now nine stores in the region, with plans for more. Corcoran lives in Roland Park with her husband and daughters Maeve, 4, and Charlotte, 2. Have you always been a big cook?
FEATURES
By SUSAN REIMER | May 21, 1995
I got a basketball hoop for Mother's Day.know. I couldn't believe it myself. But there it is, a huge, free-standing basketball hoop, craning its neck over the driveway like a mechanical dinosaur.How did I happen to get a basketball hoop for Mother's Day when a corsage would have done nicely?Well, my husband went shopping with the children for my Mother's Day present. They went to a sporting goods store to buy the weightlifting gloves I'd hinted around for, found this basketball hoop instead and everyone got really wound up.(That's right.
NEWS
By KRISTI FUNDERBURK and KRISTI FUNDERBURK,SUN REPORTER | April 14, 2006
Practice may not always make perfect, but in Peter Schultz's case, it can make you the best at handwriting in your class - and in all of Maryland, for that matter. The second-grader at St. Agnes School in Catonsville was one of three Baltimore County pupils and one of seven statewide to win the 15th annual Zaner-Bloser National Handwriting Contest. The contest, sponsored by an educational publisher offering penmanship instruction, judges the slant, shape, spacing and size of contestants' lettering.
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