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The phone rings, at 9 o'clock on the dot. It's Alton Brown calling in, very promptly, for a pre-arranged interview. "What are you eating," Brown asks, "I can always tell when someone answers the phone with food with in his mouth." Alton Brown is not...
Reality CheckGuest blogger Amanda here:I'm back with more observations and recaps from episode two of "Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution," in which Oliver's back for more punishment dished out by Los Angeles administrators.--When the episode begins, the earnest Oliver is...
Dining@LargeThe 2010 Dietary Guidelines for America, "the federal government's evidence-based* nutritional guidance to promote health, reduce the risk of chronic diseases, and reduce the prevalence of overweight and obesity through improved nutrition and physical...
Reality CheckHere's John-John on last night's Biggest Loser:What an episode for O’Neal! I knew he was in danger of being eliminated from the show when he mentioned those cursed words “I need to win immunity.” The phrase has become the kiss......
Tags: Meryl Streep, Teen-agers, Television, 5K Run, Rodeo
After battling obesity and other health issues for years, Arthur Boorman finally bottomed out. Literally. Boorman, a Brooklyn resident and special education teacher at Severna Park High School, was working with a student at the youngster's home about two...
Tags: Yoga, DVDs and Movies, Death, Armed Forces, Wrestling
Sun ReporterJohn Waters' original thought was to cast Divine as both Edna Turnblad and her daughter, Tracy, in his 1988 film Hairspray. But common sense won out, and he ended up casting a real teen as Tracy, rather than the 42-year-old, cross-dressing Divine. In a...
Tags: Movies, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Celebrities, Dance, Ricki Lake
sun reporterWanted: Overweight girl with a pretty face, infectious grin and indomitable spirit. Must be a "triple threat" talent - singer/dancer/actress with a powerful Broadway-caliber singing voice. Wait, we know this girl! She's Tracy Turnblad, and a...
sun reporterJUST AS A LITTLE GIRL NAMED VIRGINIA DID with her questions about Santa Claus, Lawrence Silberman chose a letter to the editor to express his misgivings about something he found hard to believe - the first weight loss medicine for dogs was hitting the...
Tags: Federal Hill, Hodgkins Disease, Death, Mass Media, Dog (animal)
Sun StaffFormer President Bill Clinton, who at age 58 has appeared trim and vigorous, checked into New York Presbyterian Hospital yesterday after suffering chest pains and shortness of breath and was scheduled for quadruple bypass surgery, his office said....
Sun StaffAs studies show an alarming increase in obesity among America's youth, and even McDonald's has been pressured to phase out its super-size fries, a Maryland lawmaker is trying to tighten access to high-fat snacks and sugary sodas in the state's schools....
Sun Theater CriticA lot of overweight teens dream of losing weight and becoming stars. Nineteen-year-old Carly Jibson is rapidly achieving stardom - with the added bonus of being encouraged to keep her pleasingly round shape. Jibson heads the cast of the national...
BILLIE HOLIDAY called Baltimore a tough town. Frank Zappa moved away at the age of 10 and never came back. Edgar Allan Poe died here. John Wilkes Booth is buried here. But John Waters? John Waters, the one-time Pope of Trash, thrives on the place, and...
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