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EDITOR'S NOTE: On May 20, SunSpot staff writer Karen Keys ventured to the Senator Theatre at 2 a.m. to report on fan reaction to the premiere of 'Phantom Menace.' Some readers objected to the tone of the piece and to a reference in the article to fans...
SunSpot Staff++++++++++++++++++++ || || || Wednesday morning: It's 2:30, and outside the Senator Theatre is the busiest spot in greater Baltimore. 900 fans poured out of the theater while hundreds more waited in line to see the 3:15 a.m. showing. And no matter how...
The following theaters are slated to show "Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace": - Senator Theatre - United Artists Theatres Snowden Square 14 - Loews Theatres White Marsh 16 - R/C Eastpoint 10 Movies - United Artists Theatres at Marley...
Tags: Star Wars (movie), White Marsh
Sun StaffBaltimore City Council President Sheila Dixon said yesterday that she will fire her sister as a council assistant to comply with a local ethics law, a move that comes as federal prosecutors begin a wide-ranging probe of several of her elected colleagues....
Tags: 1st Mariner Arena, Criminals, Maryland, Ethics, George W. Bush
Sun StaffEighteen months after launching a wide-ranging public corruption investigation into the financial practices of the Baltimore City Council, federal prosecutors dropped their criminal probe yesterday without charging anyone. "Our office is charged with...
Sun StaffFederal prosecutors have expanded their wide-ranging investigation into the Baltimore City Council by subpoenaing the records of at least eight more members. With the latest round of subpoenas, 15 of the council's 19 members acknowledge that they have...
Tags: 1st Mariner Arena, Maryland, Ethics, Justice System, Lawyers
Sun StaffAll but two of the Baltimore City Council's 19 members have acknowledged receiving subpoenas from federal prosecutors investigating the elected officials' finances, hiring practices and dealings with two local businessmen. Only council members Paula...
Tags: 1st Mariner Arena, Ethics, Justice System, Lawyers, Arts
Special to SunSpotIf you go hunting for a lake in the Lake Walker neighborhood of Baltimore, you're going to be disappointed. (Lake Walker refers to Lake and Walker avenues, two streets that define the neighborhood.) However, if what you're looking for is a tucked-away...
Tags: Belvedere Square, Heads of State, Easter, Family, Govans
Sun StaffFederal prosecutors have subpoenaed Baltimore City Council members in a wide-ranging investigation into their hiring practices, acceptance of gifts and loans, and relations with two local businessmen. Council members have until tomorrow to turn over five...
Sun StaffFor the dozens of candidates trying to win seats on the Baltimore City Council, victory may bring more than the prestige of elective office. As the incumbents know, the job has its privileges as well. Public documents and interviews reveal that a...
Sun StaffEtched in granite on the facade of the main post office in New York, the motto sounds like a noble calling: "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds." But on Lake Avenue,...
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