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The Baltimore SunBoy, talk about losing sight of the important things in life. I thought Kate Gosselin was history -- a cancelled has-been relegated to the junk heap of reality TV "stars" -- used, abused, exploited and trashed out by the TV industry after all the ad-...
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Baltimore Sun reporterFormer CBS anchorman Walter Cronkite, who was named the "most trusted man in America" in a 1972 poll and came to personify the golden age of network TV news, died Friday. He was 92. Mr. Cronkite's longtime chief of staff, Marlene Adler, said Mr. Cronkite...
Sun reporterIt's easy to feel awed when you're watching history unfold. Michael Phelps has reminded us of that so many times this week, stringing together seven remarkable races that have been thrilling, entertaining and nerve-racking. What's less easy is putting it...
IT BEGINS FOR PHELPS, HOFF: Swimming is one of two sports NBC insisted on having in prime time for U.S. audiences. The other was gymnastics. Michael Phelps of Rodgers Forge goes for gold medal No.1 tonight in the 400-meter individual medley between 10 and...
Times Staff WriterWhen 15-year-old Emma Pettit flies off June 22 to summer camp in upstate New York, her suitcase will be loaded down with the usual shorts, sneakers and bathing suits -- plus 2.8 pounds of spanking new Harry Potter. Back home in Santa Monica, her...
Tags: Family, Fiction, St. Patrick's Day, J.K. Rowling , Children
Sun StaffTony White paces across the back of the Baltimore Convention Center, flipping open his cellular phone to call his office. "Carol," says the spokesman for Mayor Martin O'Malley, "have you heard from the NBC people?" Today is a big day for the O'Malley...
Sun StaffWhen Mayor Martin O'Malley took office six months ago, most folks thought his days of moonlighting in his own Celtic rock band were numbered. Think again. The mayor has used his political celebrity to parlay his band, O'Malley's March, into a much-...
Sun StaffBETHESDA - Charles A. Moose, who famously battled the press during last fall's sniper manhunt and claims in his new book that the media's conduct contributed to five shootings, is now pitching his book like any other celebrity - in the media. He may need...
Sun StaffWhen the cab hurtling through midtown Manhattan stops, a young man in a gray suit unfolds himself and steps to the curb. The camera pulls back to reveal a gleaming legend above an entrance: The New York Times. The front page of The Times' Metropolitan...
Sun StaffFirst in a series of occasional articles on Michael Phelps and his path to the 2004 Olympics. Swimmers around the world want to catch Michael Phelps. He's chasing an Olympic legend. One year from today, the 2004 games will commence in Athens, Greece,...
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