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February 18, 2009
NEW YORK - Bravo's Emmy- and James Beard Award-winning series and the No. 1 rated food show on cable, "Top Chef," will be returning for a sixth season. "Top Chef" Season Six casting calls will come to Philadelphia on Wednesday, March 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at XIX NINETEEN at Park Hyatt at the Bellevue. Go to www.nineteenrestaurant.com for information. Bravo's "Top Chef" offers a fascinating window into the competitive, pressure-filled environment of world-class cookery and the restaurant business at the highest level.
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NEWS
by BILL ANDERSON | July 9, 2006
If you happen to be near the Potomac River this weekend - particularly the area above Williamsport - you might be surprised to see how quickly the river has cleared after all of the rains of the past few weeks. Some of the major tributaries continue to be muddy, but the mainstem of the river is actually in good shape. Overall, the fishing is good. Over the past week, we have had good luck using typical smallmouth lures - tube lures and grubs during the day and small surface lures in the late evening.
NEWS
January 20, 2005
The cast and crew for Potomac Playmakers' production of "Radio T.B.S. (Trailer Park Broadcasting Scandals)" includes: Actor/Character: Mary Ann Harne/Madge Huskey Angie Mason/Vesta Poteet Mike Mason/Mayola Felts Kelly Merrbach/Dixie Mandrell Linda Mumma/Pauline Felts Andrea Nemir/Harlene Akers Summer Nemir/Alveeta McClay Erica Pastwa/Imogene Hurst Katherina Smith/Missy Goode Joan Taylor/Mary Eunice...
NEWS
March 10, 2005
The cast and crew for Potomac Playmakers' production of "Crimes of the Heart" includes: Actor/Character Angie Mason/Lenny Magrath Emily Boward/Chick Boyle Mike Mason/Doc Porter Shelby Sabetti/Meg Magrath Kelly Merrbach/Babe Botrelle Jeff Wine/Barnette Lloyd Crew: Chuck Kopack - Director Gerry White - Assistant director technical director Eileen McKenen - Stage manager Katie Mosteller -...
LIFESTYLE
By MARIE GILBERT | marieg@herald-mail.com | June 21, 2013
It's the musical parodies that get the audience laughing and clapping - songs like the golden oldie “My Guy” that becomes “My Thighs.”   But it's the self-deprecating jokes about hot flashes, sleepless nights, weight gain and Jekyll-and-Hyde personality changes that create a bonding experience among the audience and cast members.   Add sassy dialogue, handsome staging and funny scenes like a bra fight at a lingerie sale and you have a comedic piece of theatre known as “Menopause The Musical.” Since its debut in 2001, the play has been a mini-juggernaut, entertaining sell-out crowds in more than 250 American cities and 14 countries.
NEWS
November 2, 2000
Your child can cast a vote, too Teaching your child | Lisa Tedrick Prejean When you go to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 7, your kids can vote, too. Kids Voting USA, a nonprofit, nonpartisan, grassroots voter education program, will have ballots at area polling places so kids as young as kindergarteners can cast their votes along with their parents. In Washington County, the program is funded by Allegheny Energy. continued "The goal is to increase parental voting," says Charles Holder, a social studies teacher at Williamsport High School.
NEWS
by STACEY DANZUSO | November 4, 2002
chambersburg@herald-mail.com Voters in the Eastern Panhandle are taking advantage of a new early voting program, prompting some election officials to say it will increase voter turnout in the general election. "This is going over and above whatever we expected," said Lefty Files, a Democratic ballot commissioner for Berkeley County, W.Va. "There is a tremendous number of people coming out of cracks in the walls to vote. " The West Virginia Secretary of State's office this year implemented No Excuse Absentee Voting, which allows residents to cast ballots in person before Election Day. Courthouses in each county began accepting early votes Oct. 21. Residents who want to vote before Tuesday's election still have the option of filling out a ballot from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday.
NEWS
August 18, 2008
COLUMBUS, Ga. - They always say kids tend to follow the examples their parents teach them. The Hagerstown Suns seem to be following the footsteps of the Washington Nationals, their parent club. The Suns were shutout 6-0 on Sunday for their 13th loss in the last 15 games. It came on the same day the Nationals lost their 10th straight game. Hagerstown struggled again, falling behind early, commiting errors to help the opponent score and allowing a late rally to put the game out of reach.
NEWS
December 7, 2000
New cast gets same result for 'Cats By DAN SPEARS / Staff Writer The program will be as necessary as candy bars and sodas for fans at a Williamsport girls basketball game this season after the Wildcats lost nine of their 13 varsity players from last season, including six seniors. When the game starts, though, it's still easy to see which team Williamsport is. The Wildcats are still small, they're still fast and they still press to death, as South Hagerstown learned in a 60-34 season-opening loss in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League.
NEWS
By LAURA ERNDE | February 19, 1999
ANNAPOLIS - Two "votes" taken in the Maryland General Assembly on Thursday went against raising the driving age to 18 and in favor of raising the tobacco tax by $1 a pack. [cont. from front page ] Keep in mind the votes were cast by middle school-age Girl Scouts. The scouts, including 36 from Washington County, made their annual trip to the state capital in Annapolis to learn about the process of government. The girls got to sit on the floor of the House of Delegates, in the seats where their representatives sit. They debated bills and took votes that were flashed on the electronic tote board in the legislative chamber.
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