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By Baltimore Sun reporter | January 27, 2010
The Orioles announced via their communications department's Twitter account that Tejada will wear uniform No. 9 this season. Tejada, who had been No. 10 in his first stint with the Orioles, said Tuesday he wasn't concerned about getting it back from Adam Jones, who had joked earlier in the week that Tejada could have it for a Rolex watch. Tejada had worn No. 4 with the Oakland A's, but the Orioles retired that number in honor of Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver.
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Luke Broadwater and The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
Two City Councilmen plan to submit legislation today requiring every police officer in Baltimore to wear a body camera that records audio and video as the officers go about their jobs. Warren Branch, chairman of the council's public safety committee, and Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young's proposal would permit the Baltimore Police Department to phase-in use of the body cameras during the first year after the bill, if approved, becomes law. The bill comes amid a series of high-profile allegations of police misconduct in Baltimore and around the country.
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By Nancy White Carlstrom | March 7, 1999
Editor's note: This rhyming treat describes Jesse Bear's activities from morning to bedtime. Jesse Bear, what will you wear? What will you wear in the morning? My shirt of red Pulled over my head Over my head in the morning. I'll wear my pants My pants that dance My pants that dance in the morning. I'll wear a rose Between my toes A rose in my toes in the morning. I'll wear the sun On my legs that run Sun on the run in the morning.
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By Jessica Anderson and The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2014
A man accused of fatally stabbing his ex-girlfriend in 2013 was unable to attend his own trial in Baltimore County Tuesday after he refused to wear a stun cuff. Jeffrey Matthew Shiflett, 35, charged with murdering Katie Hadel, 33, missed opening statements after Circuit Judge Ruth Ann Jakubowski ordered that he wear an ankle bracelet that can deliver an electric shock. Jakubowski made the order after Shiflett screamed the judge's first name repeatedly and attempted to enter her chambers as he was being escorted to the courtroom before the trial.
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By Rafael Alvarez and Rafael Alvarez,Staff Writer | February 22, 1992
It's like a kid being told to eat his spinach: Somehow he knows it's good for him, but he still doesn't like it.Maryland's new helmet law is to take effect Oct. 1, but even cyclists who regularly wear helmets don't like the idea of being told what to do."I have a lot more lawyers and doctors and professional people coming in here buying bikes than most people would believe, and most of them wear helmets," said Keith "Rock" Opeka, 33, who manages the Dirt Shop in College Park. "Most of the people who come in here wear helmets, but they don't want to be told to wear one."
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By KEVIN VAN VALKENBURG | December 9, 2008
Not only am I openly embracing the fact that Ravens coach John Harbaugh has decided to wear a lavender coat on the sideline, but I also want him to look even less macho next week when his team takes on the Pittsburgh Steelers. Seriously. I won't even object if he dresses up like a police officer from the Village People and sips white wine out of a Gatorade bottle. You know why? Because being the baddest dude on the block is all about attitude and results, not aesthetics. That's why one of my favorite Johnny Cash songs is "A Boy Named Sue."
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By Dr. Modena Wilson and Dr. Alain Joffe | July 23, 1991
Q: Our 10-year-old son refuses to wear a cup when he catches for his Little League team. How can we persuade him to use it?A: In this case, experience will be a painful teacher. We hope your son can be encouraged by the facts.He already knows that batters wear helmets to protect their heads. You should explain why a cup is important and that his testicles are just as sensitive to injury as his head is. It is worth pointing out that if he is hit there by a ball, he will likely think of nothing else for quite a few days!
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By Mary Corey and Mary Corey,Staff Writer | October 21, 1993
Is there life after modeling for the Victoria's Secret catalog?If you're Alexa Fong Drubay, you go from donning lingerie to running your own cafe, stopping in between to help run a hotel in China, learn cooking in Paris and marry a ski instructor in Switzerland.Regardless of your travels, though, one thing remains true -- your eclectic style.That's how it's been for Ms. Drubay, who currently runs Cafe Drubay with her husband (and former ski instructor) Philippe.But whether she's wearing chef's whites in her fledgling Cross Keys bistro or attending a party in a Thierry Mugler dress, she says comfort is key."
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By Sloane Brown and Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2009
As co-host of the TLC series "What Not to Wear," Stacy London has a national reputation for defining fashion trends, and helping people develop their own personal style. The 40-year-old style expert regularly appears on NBC's "Today" show and is a contributing editor for People magazine. Last weekend, she traveled to Baltimore to host Believe in Tomorrow Children's Foundation's Benefit and Auction. London often talks about others' style choices. But what about her own? At the benefit, she wore a black Shoshanna dress, copper metallic Lanvin pumps and an Alexis Bittar pewter resin bangle bracelet and oyster resin earrings.
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | April 8, 1999
What's a mother of four boys to do when she has to be ready for anything, from luncheon meetings to black-tie extravaganzas? Get to Loehmann's whenever possible. "I'm the Loehmann's queen," says Xandy Waesche of Timonium. Waesche is the chair of the "nuts and bolts committee" for the Rites of Spring Garden Show, Union Memorial Hospital's annual benefit April 16-18 at the Maryland State Fairgrounds. (Call 410-554-2662.) Waesche, 37, dubs herself the "master planner" and knows how to stay on top of her mother and volunteer responsibilities.
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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | September 3, 2014
The Men's Wearhouse plans to end the contract that supplies tuxedo rental inventory to Hampstead-based subsidiary Jos. A. Bank, the Houston-based men's retailer said Wednesday. Men's Wearhouse, which acquired Bank in June for $1.8 billion, said an early termination agreement between Bank and Illinois-based tuxedo wholesaler Jim's Formal Wear will take effect Dec. 31. The menswear chain will take a one-time charge of $4.5 million in its fiscal third quarter as a result. "As of January 1, 2015 we will be leveraging our internal tuxedo rental inventory and logistics to serve the Jos. A. Bank tuxedo operations," Men's Wearhouse president and CEO Doug Ewert said in the announcement.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2014
Navy's football team will be wearing its summer whites in Saturday's season opener against Ohio State. The team's first Under Armour uniform will also feature each midshipman's class rank on the sleeve and leg. The school unveiled the uniforms Thursday, with white helmets inspired by the Midshipmen's white covers, plus white gloves and white cleats to match the summer dress staples. Check out some more photos of the uniforms here . The varying design on the shoulders marks the first time in school history such a feature has been displayed on Navy jerseys, the school said.
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By Allison Eatough, For The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2014
To Jennifer Vick, being on the sidelines doesn't mean you are out of the game - the fashion game. Vick, a Glen Arm resident, spent years watching her sons, Porter, 13, and Mason, 15, play lacrosse. While at the games, she noticed more and more girls playing the sport. But they often showed up to practice and games wearing "boys' stuff. " "The fit was not good, and the clothes were not relevant," she said. Vick also saw a lack of lacrosse-style clothing geared toward sisters and mothers watching the games.
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August 15, 2014
Seeing news reports about the recent shooting and its aftermath in Ferguson, Mo., makes me wonder whether all police officers should be armed with new weapon, the uniform-mounted video camera ( "'Another senseless death,'" Aug. 13). Arming officers with cameras and recording devices would document exactly what takes place in any police situation and action. Officers would be required to activate the device before each action, even in minor situations such as issuing traffic citations.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2014
Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith admits that he's unsure how the joint practices with the San Francisco 49ers, which will take play from Saturday to Monday at the Under Armour Performance Center, will work out. But he's knows what he could do to make them a little more intense. “I might wear my Super Bowl ring out to practice,” Smith joked. “Hopefully, Coach [John] Harbaugh's brother isn't mad at me for that call or non-call, whatever you want to call it.” Smith, of course, is referring to the Ravens' 34-31 victory over the 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2014
Goucher's season could have ended literally and metaphorically on April 14 when sophomore midfielder Matthew Gabriel died of injuries he suffered during a hit-and-run the day before. But once he had the backing of the Gabriel family, coach Brian Kelly knew the campaign would go on. What he was uncertain of was whether the same could be said about the team. “Immediately following with the Catholic game [on April 17], we were purely playing off of emotion and energy,” he recalled.
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By Angela Shannon and Angela Shannon,KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWS SERVICE | December 12, 1996
The social season draws near.Soon many of us will be partying amid festive gold, red and silver decorations at dinners, charity benefits or other holiday shindigs.So, how will we dress?Preferably, in accordance with what is written on the invitation. It's polite to do that, despite our contemporary laid-back attitudes, which make jeans the favored attire for many."People don't take invitations literally anymore," says Karen Spratt, president of Innovative Special Events, a 6-year-old Charlotte, N.C., company that stages everything from large corporate events to private parties.
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By David L. Greene and David L. Greene,SUN STAFF | August 31, 1999
Back-to-school nerves kept Christina Reginaldi from touching her pancakes, but she ate a few bites of sausage, brushed her teeth and neatly taped two quarters' worth of ice cream money to the inside of her lunch box.It was a first day of school like any other year -- except for the uniform.The 9-year-old was clad in a red polo shirt and pleated khaki skirt, adhering to a new voluntary uniform policy at Hampstead Elementary School. About half of Hampstead's 647 pupils arrived yesterday looking like Christina, in bright red tops and khaki bottoms.
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By Doug Donovan, The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2014
Trains have rumbled through the heart of Hampstead for nearly all of the Carroll County town's 125-year history. Horn blasts from passing trains are a part of everyday life in the community. So are headphones, earbuds and all manner of modern digital devices that are increasingly distracting pedestrians - often with tragic consequences - in small towns and big cities alike. On Saturday, a CSX train chugging through Hampstead struck Ethan Plympton, a 23-year-old resident who was walking along the tracks.
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By Childs Walker and The Baltimore Sun | May 19, 2014
As California Chrome prepares to depart Baltimore early Tuesday, he'll do so with a clear path to run in the Belmont Stakes after New York officials ruled the Kentucky Derby and Preakness champion can wear a nasal strip to keep his airways clear in the third leg of the Triple Crown. California Chrome's chase for thoroughbred racing's signature achievement seemed briefly imperiled Sunday when trainer Art Sherman said a previous New York practice barring the strips might cause his colt to skip the Belmont Stakes on June 7. But New York officials acted quickly Monday to approve Sherman's request to use the adhesive, which California Chrome has worn throughout a six-race winning streak.
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