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By Marisa Siegel | July 15, 2013
Last night's episode didn't waste any time getting into it, and I'm not going to either. What a difference a strong opening makes Before the theme song had even played, we'd gotten a whole lot of action AND information. In rapid-fire succession, we alternate between Sookie and Warlow at Casa Stackhouse and Jess and Bill at Compton manor. Sookie and her "vampire-killin' ball of light" are not amused with Warlow's declaration of love, or his claim that he only murdered Sookie's parents because they were going to kill Sookie.
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By Marisa Siegel | August 12, 2013
Excepting the opening scene, "Life Matters" consisted of exactly two plot lines: The resolution of Billith's vision of the vampires meeting the sun and the vampires' subsequent takeover of vamp camp, and Terry Bellefleur's funeral. This pared-down approach is a refreshing and welcomed change of pace, but the vampire storyline far outshines its human counterpart. Given the choice between blood-and-guts "True Blood" and mushy-gushy emo "True Blood," I'll always pick the former. Brief encounters with hideous vampires Last night's episode begins in faerie land.
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By Marisa Siegel | August 12, 2013
Excepting the opening scene, "Life Matters" consisted of exactly two plot lines: The resolution of Billith's vision of the vampires meeting the sun and the vampires' subsequent takeover of vamp camp, and Terry Bellefleur's funeral. This pared-down approach is a refreshing and welcomed change of pace, but the vampire storyline far outshines its human counterpart. Given the choice between blood-and-guts "True Blood" and mushy-gushy emo "True Blood," I'll always pick the former. Brief encounters with hideous vampires Last night's episode begins in faerie land.
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By Marisa Siegel | July 15, 2013
Last night's episode didn't waste any time getting into it, and I'm not going to either. What a difference a strong opening makes Before the theme song had even played, we'd gotten a whole lot of action AND information. In rapid-fire succession, we alternate between Sookie and Warlow at Casa Stackhouse and Jess and Bill at Compton manor. Sookie and her "vampire-killin' ball of light" are not amused with Warlow's declaration of love, or his claim that he only murdered Sookie's parents because they were going to kill Sookie.
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By Marisa Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | August 18, 2013
The sixth season of True Blood has come to a close, but was it the epic ending that fans were hoping for? The finale offered up death(s), new relationships and a new big bad - unfortunately, instead of feeling like a return to the show's roots or even a change of direction, it all just felt like more of the same.   Body Count: One, or Two? When Terry was shot, I hoped that his was the big death rumored to be occurring sometime this season. That would mean that Eric Northman (played by Alexander Skarsgard, and the center of most of the rumors)
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Marisa Siegel and For The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2013
"True Blood" is back, and Season 6 picks up right where Season 5 left off. We're watching bloody Billith rise, but this time from his red-tinged perspective. I'll be honest - I'm approaching Season 6 a little nervously. What will a "True Blood" without Alan Ball at the helm look like? But before I get ahead of myself, here's what you need to know about what went down in Episode 1. Billith has Risen We spend the bulk of the episode trying to figure out just what Bill has become.
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By Sloane Brown | February 27, 2000
There's a "family quality" to the Young Victorian Theatre Company, says company music director Ernie Green. And that trait was evident at a recent reception for Baltimore's resident Gilbert and Sullivan troupe at the Senator Theatre. About 60 Young Vic supporters gathered in the mezzanine before watching "Topsy Turvy," a movie about the composing duo. Many of them had performed in the 30-year-old company's productions years ago. Now, their kids are doing the same. Retired teachers Alex Armstrong, who had directed some of the early shows, and his wife, Louise, had some good stories to share.
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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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By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,Sun reporter | August 9, 2008
For anyone looking to buy or sell a home, last month was more of the same: Average sales prices in the Baltimore metro area continued to drop as the number of houses changing hands plummeted. The average price in the area - Baltimore City and the counties of Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford and Howard - was just under $320,000. That's down 3 percent from a year earlier, according to numbers released yesterday by Metropolitan Regional Information Systems Inc. It's also below the average two years earlier.
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