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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Sun Staff Writer | April 13, 1994
Brocco, a major Triple Crown contender whose physical soundness has been questioned by a veterinary official, is sure to attract a crowd when he returns to the track at Santa Anita Park today and begins training for the May 7 Kentucky Derby.William Bell, a veterinarian for the California Horse Racing Board, said the horse returned "slightly off" in his right foreleg after winning the Santa Anita Derby Saturday and placed him on the Vet's List.The horse's condition was disputed by his trainer, Randy Winick, and his jockey, Gary Stevens.
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By Ron Dickers and Ron Dickers,Hartford Courant | December 15, 2006
In Charlotte's Web, opening today, Dakota Fanning's farm girl grabs an ax from her father as he is about to slaughter a runt piglet. "I will not let you kill him," her Fern declares. Dakota's first take of the scene wowed director Gary Winick, who told his charge it was better than Meryl Streep. But this was a children's movie. He asked her to do it again. "The next take, she was a 10," Winick recalls. "She totally simplified it and got it to be innocent and instinctual." That is Dakota, the technician and the natural.
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By Knight-Ridder News Service hHC cFB | December 29, 1991
Many people shy away from hiring an interior designer because they think the entire house must be done at once and the project will cost too much.Not so, says Shirley Goff, a designer in Miami Beach, Fla."Most designers today -- especially in this economy -- are very happy to do one room at a time if that's what the client wants," she said.One of Ms. Goff's clients -- Pauline Winick, executive vice president of the Miami Heat basketball team -- is a good example. Ms. Goff has been working on Ms. Winick's four-bedroom, two-bath home since 1985.
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By Michael Sragow and By Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | July 28, 2002
Movies developed from the inside out can reawaken memories as private and intimate as those usually jogged by poetry or fiction. That happened when I was watching Tadpole. Gary Winick's movie stars Aaron Stanford as Oscar Grubman, a 15-year-old preppie who has fallen in love with his stepmother, Eve (Sigourney Weaver). The movie begins with him on a train, returning home for Thanksgiving break; this oh-so-literary boy buries his nose in his favorite author, Voltaire, dismisses everything his best friend Charlie (Robert Iler)
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | November 5, 1998
A Woodstock couple last night cleared the first hurdle to obtaining permission to operate a kennel for dalmatians on their property.The five-member Howard County Planning Board unanimously recommended approval for a 20-dog kennel on 10 acres owned by Stephen D. and Beth E. Winick in the 10300 block of Cavey Lane.The panel endorsed the project despite opposition from a handful of neighbors who argued that the kennel would be a nuisance and lower property values in the Woodstock Ridge Estates community.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff writer | February 18, 1992
Recurring problems with the shot clock and scoreboard at the Baltimore Arena prompted a visit to yesterday's Washington Bullets-Atlanta Hawks game by Matt Winick, the NBA's director of game operations.Based on his observations, Winick could recommend to league officials that the Bullets discontinue playing games in Baltimore next season.After less than eight minutes had elapsed in the first quarter, the shot clock malfunctioned. Because of past problems, the Bullets had two auxiliary 24-second clocks ready to be installed in the corners of the two baselines.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | February 19, 1992
An NBA official said yesterday that the league will give the Washington Bullets more time to correct their recurring scoreboard problems at the Baltimore Arena before determining whether the team should play future league games here."
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer cLB | February 19, 1992
An NBA official said yesterday that the league will give the Washington Bullets more time to correct their recurring scoreboard problems at the Baltimore Arena before determining whether the team should play future league games here."
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By Alan Goldstein | March 13, 1993
LANDOVER -- A blizzard is expected to hit Baltimore today, but it will be business as usual for the Washington Bullets and Cleveland Cavaliers at the Baltimore Arena tonight."
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By Ron Dickers and Ron Dickers,Hartford Courant | December 15, 2006
In Charlotte's Web, opening today, Dakota Fanning's farm girl grabs an ax from her father as he is about to slaughter a runt piglet. "I will not let you kill him," her Fern declares. Dakota's first take of the scene wowed director Gary Winick, who told his charge it was better than Meryl Streep. But this was a children's movie. He asked her to do it again. "The next take, she was a 10," Winick recalls. "She totally simplified it and got it to be innocent and instinctual." That is Dakota, the technician and the natural.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | November 5, 1998
A Woodstock couple last night cleared the first hurdle to obtaining permission to operate a kennel for dalmatians on their property.The five-member Howard County Planning Board unanimously recommended approval for a 20-dog kennel on 10 acres owned by Stephen D. and Beth E. Winick in the 10300 block of Cavey Lane.The panel endorsed the project despite opposition from a handful of neighbors who argued that the kennel would be a nuisance and lower property values in the Woodstock Ridge Estates community.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Sun Staff Writer | June 12, 1994
ELMONT, N.Y. -- Trainer Randy Winick called it "kind of heartbreaking."But there was little else he could do yesterday but scratch Brocco from the Belmont Stakes.The horse was tender in his right front foot after he apparently bruised the base of the appendage on a stone coming back from a workout on Thursday.Brocco's scratch, the setting of three course records and a win by Maryland-based Punch Line in a $44,000 handicap dominated pre-Belmont Stakes news yesterday at Belmont Park.Brocco is "not lame.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Sun Staff Writer | April 13, 1994
Brocco, a major Triple Crown contender whose physical soundness has been questioned by a veterinary official, is sure to attract a crowd when he returns to the track at Santa Anita Park today and begins training for the May 7 Kentucky Derby.William Bell, a veterinarian for the California Horse Racing Board,said the horse returned "slightly off" in his right foreleg after winning the Santa Anita Derby Saturday and placed him on the Vet's List.The horse's condition was disputed by his trainer, Randy Winick, and his jockey, Gary Stevens.
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By Alan Goldstein | March 13, 1993
LANDOVER -- A blizzard is expected to hit Baltimore today, but it will be business as usual for the Washington Bullets and Cleveland Cavaliers at the Baltimore Arena tonight."
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | February 19, 1992
An NBA official said yesterday that the league will give the Washington Bullets more time to correct their recurring scoreboard problems at the Baltimore Arena before determining whether the team should play future league games here."
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer cLB | February 19, 1992
An NBA official said yesterday that the league will give the Washington Bullets more time to correct their recurring scoreboard problems at the Baltimore Arena before determining whether the team should play future league games here."
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff writer | February 18, 1992
Recurring problems with the shot clock and scoreboard at the Baltimore Arena prompted a visit to yesterday's Washington Bullets-Atlanta Hawks game by Matt Winick, the NBA's director of game operations.Based on his observations, Winick could recommend to league officials that the Bullets discontinue playing games in Baltimore next season.After less than eight minutes had elapsed in the first quarter, the shot clock malfunctioned. Because of past problems, the Bullets had two auxiliary 24-second clocks ready to be installed in the corners of the two baselines.
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