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Sun StaffThere is something a little unsettling about laying eyes on Vicki Gray for the first time. Her shoulders look too broad, her hands too thick. When she walks, her lanky arms move in prim arcs, as though limbs that swung loosely for a lifetime had been...
Special To The SunFrom the charm of boutiques and galleries along the streets of historic Annapolis to the lure of bargain-hunting at local malls -- and the glitz and bustle of Arundel Mills -- the merchants of Anne Arundel County are quick to promote the area's retail...
Tags: Bars and Clubs, Transportation, Restaurants, Rentals, Boats
Chicago TribuneSince opening a spa with heated marble floors and buttery leather furniture last month, the 61-room Herrington Inn in Geneva has sold about 1,000 gift certificates to the inn's pampering provider. Of those, Sherie McGowan bought five as Christmas gifts...
The Wall Street JournalShopping for clothes is like going on a fishing expedition for Thais Austin. On a recent excursion for a pair of black pants, she tried on at least 10 pairs, in sizes ranging from 4 to 10, before settling on a size 6. "It's a process of elimination,...
Sun StaffSylvia Mackey noticed the first ominous signs seven years ago. Her husband cashed a $10,000 check he inexplicably was carrying in his wallet, then gave half of the money to an acquaintance he hadn't seen in four decades. "I thought that was strange," she...
Tags: Golf, Mental Illness, Wrestling, Johnny Unitas, Symptoms
Sun National StaffThird in a series MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Douglas Konecny loved everything about manufacturing. He loved the roar of the machines and the hum of the factory walls. The vibrations. The smells. Even the feel of the fans blowing against his damp skin on midsummer...
Sun StaffOnline retailing - still in its infancy but growing fast despite some early stumbles - will continue moving into the mainstream of consumer buying in 2001. Last year, a crowded field of purely Internet start-ups fought it out for market share,...
Special to SunSpotZip code: 21162 Population: 8,500 (according to 2000 data) Housing units: 3,500 (according to 2000 data) Area in square miles: 5.30 Rock 'n read: Rock 'n' Roll Experience Magazine is based here. Anchor-ama: The White Marsh Mall, opened in 1981 and...
Sun StaffBargain-hungry consumers went on a spending spree over the post-Thanksgiving weekend, sparking hope of a better-than-expected holiday season for retailers. But stores will need to keep promoting heavily to meet - if not beat - last year's holiday sales,...
Tags: Gifts, DVDs, Black Friday (shopping), Hanukkah, Holidays
Sun StaffLong before the murderous rampage, long before the saga of fugitive love and violence, long before the hostages on Lange Street, Joe Palcyznski was known as a ladies' man. He had GQ looks, a buff body, an expensive sports car, money to burn and a...
Times Staff WriterDavid Shaw wears long pants to protect his shins when he's skateboarding, or if it's rainy or very cold. Or for a special event, such as his eighth-grade graduation last Wednesday. Otherwise, forget it. "The only other time I wear pants is if all my...
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