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By Mike Giuliano | November 21, 2011
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes something supernatural in the baby carriage. Just in case you weren't invited to the ceremony, you'll want to know that the vampire Edward and the human Bella get married in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part I. " Talk about a mixed marriage! Many of the young women in the audience vicariously will imagine themselves as bridesmaids at that unusual event. Although this fourth installment isn't likely to win new converts, it definitely knows how to please its target audience.
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By Allison Eatough, For The Baltimore Sun | July 31, 2014
A new facial is gaining popularity around Baltimore, and while it won't make you live forever, some doctors and patients say it will make you look younger - at least for a few months. The vampire facial, a nonsurgical procedure made famous by celebrities like Kim Kardashian, uses a patient's blood to stimulate healing and regenerate cells. "After healing, my skin just seemed smoother," said Grace Ban, an Odenton resident who received the procedure to reduce the appearance of acne scars and minimize the wrinkles around her eyes.
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By Lindsey McPherson | May 4, 2012
Klaus is finally out of the picture.   And I'm not mad about it. Not because he was the bad guy, but because his character was so annoying. Klaus really was one of the reasons this show started to bother me. Everything became centered on killing him.   Now, Klaus is essentially dead. Bonnie uses a spell to desecrate Klaus, which is the same thing her mother Abby did to Kalus' father (well not really, so we previously learned, because Klaus' father was a werewolf) Michael.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | November 18, 2013
The jewelry of Julie Ellyn Designs (www.JulieEllynDesigns.etsy.com) of Bel Air has been chosen for use on the CW Network's popular thriller "The Vampire Diaries," designer/owner Julie Ter Borg announced. This time, Caroline Forbes, played by Candice Accola, will wear the designer's "Fancy Clover (Caroline)" earrings on Episode 5:8, airing Thursday, Nov. 21 at 8 p.m. Leigh Leverett, wardrobe designer for "The Vampire Diaries," selected the earrings for use on the show after discovering them in a Stylist Gift Bag she received earlier this year from handcrafted arts promotion organization The Artisan Group, of which Ter Borg is a member.
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By Lindsey McPherson | October 21, 2011
Most girls who wake up and look in the mirror and see a strange red mark on their neck, think something along the lines of: “Crap, my boyfriend (lover/random hookup/whatever) got too aggressive last night and now I have a stupid hickey.”   The latest episode starts with Elena waking up looking in the mirror seeing two red dots on her neck, about an inch apart. Though she didn't say anything, I can only guess she was thinking: “Crap, my vampire ex-boyfriend tried to suck the blood out of me and now I have this mark to remind me of what a monster he is.”   In both cases, the solution is to try to cover it up with make up, which we all know doesn't really work and certainly doesn't make you forget how the mark got there.
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By Lindsey McPherson | September 28, 2011
Despite the title, the CW's "Vampire Diaries', now in its third season, is not all about vampires. Though it started out eerily similar to the overrated "Twilight series" - human girl falls in love with vampire boy (or really an old man stuck in a boy's body) - the show has progressively added onto its supernatural storyline.   Throughout the first two seasons we were introduced to witches and werewolves. Now, in the third season we're dealing with an idea other vampire/werewolf shows and movies have not yet tackled (or have been smart not to)
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By JOHN MUNCIE and JOHN MUNCIE,SUN STAFF | June 27, 1999
"The Embrace: A True Vampire Story," by Aphrodite Jones. Pocket Books. 384 pages. $23.Aphrodite Jones is a vulture of crime. Every year or so she swoops down in the aftermath of some bizarre murder, picks over the grisly details and a few months later regurgitates a book. She's on daytime talk shows; Hollywood's got her phone number.Her latest bit of journalistic voyeurism, "The Embrace," examines the sensational murder of a Florida couple in 1996. Sensational because the accused were five teen-agers who dabbled in ritual blood-sucking and occult practices.
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By Mary Carole McCauley and Mary Carole McCauley,Sun critic | August 3, 2008
If a shrill, high-decibel squeal suddenly disrupts the Sunday peace and quiet from sea to shining sea, blame Stephenie Meyer. Probably every teenage girl you know (and more than a few of their mothers) started reading Breaking Dawn, the fourth and final volume in Meyer's vampire saga, when it was released at midnight Saturday. So these 3.2 million fanatical readers are about to discover whether the heroine, Bella, ends up with the unearthly beautiful vampire, Edward, or with the devoted werewolf, Jacob.
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | September 23, 2013
The inevitable came midway through MGMT's set on Merriweather Post Pavilion 's main stage Saturday. After two hours of continuous rain, a handful of Virgin Mobile FreeFest attendees were finally ready to embrace the muddy terrain. Around 6:30 p.m., men and women happily slid down the venue's hills as others snapped photos on their phones. If this FreeFest, the fifth at Merriweather, is remembered for anything, it will not be for the music but for the rain that arrived during City of Colour's drowsy 4:30 p.m. set and never ceased.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | July 29, 2013
Robin Thicke, MGMT and Vampire Weekend will be among the headliners at this year's Virgin Mobile FreeFest, organizers announced Monday. Names of the top acts were set to be revealed on a wall mural on the Sasha Bruce RE*Generation House homeless youth shelter in Washington. The shelter is the primary beneficiary of this year's proceeds and was built from the proceeds of earlier festivals. The Virgin Mobile FreeFest, billed as the largest free music festival in the country, will be held Saturday, Sept.
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By Marisa Siegel | July 1, 2013
We're almost a third of the way through Season 6 (which at 10 episodes will be "True Blood's" shortest season yet) and after last night's episode, I'm finally getting a clear idea of where this season is headed. While You're No Good was uneven and occasionally overwrought, the episode remained largely focused on our key characters and storylines. Eric and Willa, sitting in a tree coffin The episode opens in Willa Burrell's bedroom, where Eric informs her she will die for her father's sins.
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June 26, 2013
Let's see: Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Baltimore City can choose between the greedy developers with millions of "green" tax dollars stuffed in their pockets - or the generous Baltimore Free Farmers, who provide green vegetables to feed the neighborhood poor ("Urban farmers object to land sale," June 24). You've got three guesses as to which one Ms. Mayor will choose - and the first two don't count. Where were the developers when these vacant houses were "shoot-up" housing for the neighborhood junkies?
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By Jordan Bartel, assistant editor, b | August 26, 2012
Were you expecting Bill Compton to have a master plan? To be nice Bill all along and not some crazy vampire religious zealot? It could have happened that way. But yeah, it didn't. The opposite happened. When Eric and Sookie track him down in his Massive Master Authority Crazy Person Bedchamber, Bill has just staked Salome (I'd say R.I.P. to Salome, but it wouldn't mean it), having tricked her into drinking "Lilith's blood" that he has spiked with lots of silver. Some major "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" stuff here (before she's staked, Salome even says "she chose wisely)
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By Jordan Bartel, assistant editor, b | August 19, 2012
Lilith is one tricky chick. As if Bill isn't full of himself enough, she appears to him (naked and bloody, of course) a few times, tells him he's the chosen one to lead and to drink her. All of her. But she does the same thing to another Authority Chancellor, and angry religious Bill promptly chops off his head. Lilith later appears to Salome and says the same thing. Bill, thankfully, isn't around for this appearance. Clearly, Lilith isn't the right person to follow -- in case you were confused.
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By Dave Rosenthal | June 23, 2012
This week's featured adaptation is "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" and the movie reviews are decidedly mixed. The film fits into the classic-cum-monster genre popularized by Seth Grahame-Smith and others, and shows a new side of Honest Abe, wailing away at Southern vampires with his trusty axe. ( The Baltimore Sun has a gallery of other famous vampire hunters .) Here are some exceprts from movie reviews: Los Angeles Times: "Vampire Hunter's" dramatic intentions are way ahead of its ability to execute them, so even capable actors such as Dominic Cooper, Anthony Mackie, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Rufus Sewell don't make much of an impression.
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