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A mixture of high profile stories, increased emergency room visits and reports of startling psychotic effects have forced synthetic drugs into the public lexicon over the past year.

And the increased attention has led officials to crack down on drugs that mimic the effects of marijuana and other illegal substances.

The General Assembly has passed laws aimed at curbing synthetic drug usage with both specificity and generality. Older laws forbid certain chemical compositions, while recently passed legislation deems all controlled substances illegal.

Metro police padlocked 11 convenience stores under a new state law last week that allows local jurisdictions to declare synthetic drug selling stores a public nuisance.

In all, 10 people were arrested as a direct result of the padlocking. However, only one charge was related to selling imitation controlled substances.

And though the new laws surrounding synthetic drugs haven been challenged in court yet, not everyone is convinced they are bulletproof.

Nashville criminal defense attorney Jim Todd knows a thing or two about litigation regarding synthetic drugs. He represented roughly 30 store owners facing synthetic drug related charges.

And Todd has paid close attention as state law has been tweaked to keep up with synthetic manufacturers.

Originally, the state ban on synthetic drugs listed specific chemical compositions that were illegal. Manufacturers responded by creating slight variations of the chemicals. At the time, Todd filed multiple appeals on behalf of store owners.

He contends that police seized money and property without hard proof as to whether the allegedly illegal substances matched up exactly with the chemicals outlined by the state.

to this new law . the legislature was always one step behind, because the manufacturers were changing the chemical makeup, Todd said.

But HB 2286, which Gov. Bill Haslam signed in May, takes a broader approach.

is an offense to knowingly manufacture, deliver, sell, or possess with the intent to sell, deliver or manufacture an imitation controlled substance, the law reads.

controlled substances is defined as any substance that performs as a stimulant or depressant of the central nervous system and is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

Todd believes challenges to the new law won necessarily hinge on the chemical makeup of the drug, but rather the aspect especially as it pertains to criminal charges against store owners and clerks.

problem that these store owners have, or that the law creates, is this whole because that what they have to prove. They have to prove that the store owner knowingly sold these products, Todd said.

Assistant District Attorney General Robert Homlar said most of the store owners fully aware of the illegal status of these products and did not display them as they did other products. only one clerk was charged for the sale of synthetic drugs related to the undercover operations that led to the padlocking orders. District Attorney General Torry Johnson said the padlocking orders were designed to make a very public point.

action should send the clear message that law enforcement in Nashville has zero tolerance for the distribution of synthetic drugs and will take strong action . to prevent their distribution in our neighborhoods, Johnson said in a statement.

But Todd questioned whether law enforcement would be able to stay ahead of the curve.

don know if you going to be able to stop people from coming up with new ways to get high. Whether it be glue, paint,
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gas, meth, Todd said. legislature and law enforcement are going to react to stop it. To stop it, frankly, you need to go to the people who are supplying these stores and get them. what law enforcement says it going to do. Attorney Jerry Martin said his office has a commitment to nab the distributors. Last week, President Barack Obama signed a law banning synthetic drug trade in interstate commerce.

But as the laws continue to be flexed for the first few times, Todd foresees challenges. yet to be seen whether or not this new statute will survive constitutional vagueness challenges, which I sure will be levied against it, Todd said.

Homlar said the DA office is ready for any challenges and that the law serves the public well.

statute makes the sale of dangerous narcotics illegal, Homlar said. equally important, it does so in such a manner that the people who might consider selling them know how to follow it.

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For the moment, sitting inside the giant pinball machine at Arundel Mills, Catherine Jeremenko’s three little boys were neither bored nor cranky. Oblivious to their surroundings in the court of a shopping mall, they watched lights flash and huge balls roll through chutes overhead.

That was just fine with Jeremenko, a Catonsville mother of six who has found herself at the Hanover mega mall more and more since it opened a year ago. She still shops at the Mall at Columbia and Marley Station in Glen Burnie. But when she wants to occupy the kids and bargain hunt for clothes at the Children’s Place or Carter’s outlet, she heads for Maryland’s newest, largest mall.

In its first year, the 1.4 million square foot Arundel Mills has proved a powerful draw for shoppers, luring them with a mix of brand name outlets and themed eateries, movies and virtual games. About 14 million shoppers have visited since Nov. 17. And the center is expected to easily reach the 18 million to 20 million visitors projected by the third year.

“It’s exciting for the kids,” Jeremenko said on a recent weekday as her 5 year old son hopped over a floor painted like the bottom of a pinball machine. “They love this silly stuff.”

So, it seems, do the adults. On weekends, patrons line up for restaurants like the high energy Hibachi Grill, where chefs toss rice and shrimp into diners’ mouths. Moviegoers jam the Egyptian themed megaplex theater. Busloads of tourists 1,000 buses so far roll in during the week from Pennsylvania, Virginia and throughout Maryland.

All the activity has meant stronger than expected sales for some merchants, including some of the biggest anchors. And developers, too, are rushing to cash in building stores, restaurants, hotels, offices and apartments on the periphery of the mall’s 105 acre site near Baltimore Washington International Airport.

“Arundel Mills at year one is right on target, pretty much where we’d hoped it would be,” said David Fick, a managing director of Legg Mason Wood Walker Inc. in Baltimore who follows Arundel Mills’ developer, the Mills Corp. of Arlington, Va.

Fick estimates that sales at the 225 store center have averaged $350 to $375 per square foot and will eventually reach $400, above average for regional malls. “It opened with a few more holes than the typical Mills project, but it opened well. Occupancy [now at 90 percent] is building. We think by this time next year, the project will be fully occupied.”

The mall’s tenant mix could use some tweaking, however, Fick believes. The center needs more fashion oriented apparel stores, a key one being Polo Ralph Lauren, he said.

“Eventually, they’ll get them,” he predicts.

The project is on track to deliver the promised $72 million in annual economic activity for Anne Arundel County, including about 3,200 jobs, with another 3,000 expected, a 31 percent boost in entertainment tax in the first quarter, new roads and the creation of a top tourist destination, said William A. Badger Jr., president and chief executive officer of the Anne Arundel County Economic Development Corp.

The county sold $28 million in revenue bonds to pay for infrastructure, mainly roads to accommodate traffic. Assessed at nearly $180 million, the mall paid $1.88 million in annual property tax. Mills officials estimate that their project has generated between $10 million and $20 million in state sales tax receipts.

A positive addition’

“Pretty much, Mills has fulfilled its promise of what it promised to deliver for the county,” Badger said. “This county needs the commercial tax base. So this has been a positive addition to our business community. Mills has been a good partner to work with.”

Even as retailers nationwide are reeling from a post Sept. 11 sales slump amid forecasts for a weak holiday season, Mills officials retain a bright outlook.

“During the last recession, in the early ’90s, when other retailers were having their problems, our projects did extraordinarily well,” said Laurence C. Siegel, Mills Corp. chairman and chief executive officer.

Mills Corp., which coined the term “shoppertainment,” does not release its sales by center. But Arundel’s first year has been one of the strongest first years in the company’s national portfolio of a dozen centers, which includes Potomac Mills in Northern Virginia, Siegel said. He compares Arundel’s opening to the 1996 opening of Ontario Mills in California, which draws more visitors than Disneyland and boasts average sales of $400 per square foot.

“Arundel will be at least as good, if not better,” than Ontario Mills, because of the demographics higher incomes and a larger population within 10 miles of the site, Siegel said. “The Baltimore Washington corridor has potential for growth because of that. The only thing wrong with having Potomac Mills and Arundel Mills in the Washington area is we don’t have a third one.”
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As billions have been invested into Atlantic City’s revitalization in the past decade, one success story is The Atlantic City Outlets, better known as The Walk. Since opening in August 2003, the outdoor shopping mall has expanded to cover several square blocks of retail space.

Developed by the Cordish Company, a third generation, family owned organization from Baltimore, The Walk is atypical of most shopping outlets. According to Kim Butler, The Walk’s general manager and marketing director, most shopping centers target consumers within a 60 mile radius. However, the uniqueness of Atlantic City and its resort amenities draw visitors from hundreds of miles.

Cordish has received national excellence awards for several distinguished retail/entertainment and mixed used projects in Baltimore, Houston, Charleston, Salt Lake City and Landover, Maryland.

The Walk’s 54 national brand outlet stores, entertainment venues and new restaurants and clubs connect the Atlantic City Convention Center to the Boardwalk casinos along Michigan Avenue. NJ Transit’s Atlantic City train stop is located within the Convention Center, only steps away.

Although many shops have overlapping inventories for a variety of customers, visitors may find specialty stores in the following categories:

ACCESSORIES: Stores include Claire’s, Coach Factory Store, Fossil, Kenneth Cole Outlet Store and Wilson Leather Outlet.

BOOKS: Borders Outlet


DINING/ENTERTAINMENT: AC Diner, Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill Bar, Auntie Anne’s, Cavo Crepe Caf, Ruby Tuesday, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Starbucks, Stewart’s Root Beer, Subway and The 40/40 Club.

FASHION APPAREL: Aeropostale, American Eagle Outfitters, Atlantic City Harley Davidson, Banana Republic Factory Store, Bare Feet Shoes, Bass, Brooks Brothers Factory Store, Calvin Klein,
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SPECIALTY SHOPS: KB Toy Outlet, McMenamin’s Newstand, Perfumania, Sunglass Gallery and Vitamin World.

The Walk welcomes organizations and tour groups. All visitors that are part of an arranged group receive the Atlantic City Outlets “Preferred Customer” Discount Flyer, which provides more than $2,000 in discounts, offers and savings. Holders of an AAA membership are also eligible for a preferred customer discount.

The Walk holds many community and charitable events for the region. The NJ ICON Concert Series competition takes place every Saturday afternoon through September, from 1 to 3pm. The winner of the vocal contest will be coached for a future national recording audition.

Group Axe Capoeira, a Brazilian martial arts and dance company, entertains with a free martial arts demonstration every Friday through Monday from 6 to 8pm on the plaza in front of the Gap Outlet. The group combines Afro Brazilian martial arts and dance.

Next month, following the popular Atlantic City Air Show on Aug. 23, there will be live entertainment at The Walk from popular casino band Don’t Call Me Francis starting at 5pm.

Many stores at The Walk also participate in the First Wednesday promotional program in Atlantic City (See p. 74).

The Walk is readying an expansion of another 30 to 40 outlets. Demolition has been completed, and construction on Phase II, which is underway. By this time next year, all stores are expected to open.

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star Shaun Toub attends Face Forward Third Annual It Forward charity event at The Comedy Store in West Hollywood on June 22, 2017. Photo courtesy The Comedy Store/ Face Forward.

fight domestic violence victims at The Comedy Store, with a night of stand up yukks. Led by the always hilarious Lisa Ann Walter, who served as host (and did a very funny set, too), comics of all colors, shapes and sizes hit the stage to support Face Forward Third Annual It Forward fundraising event.

The house was packed with supporters, including Face Forward founders Deborah Alessi and her husband, Dr. David Alessi, the Beverly Hills based facial plastic surgeon. Together, the couple is dedicated to providing pro bono physical and emotional reconstruction services to women, children and men who have been victims of domestic violence, human trafficking or any other cruel, disfiguring acts of crime. fame, star Shaun Toub and Lydia Cornell.

Comedian Amir K had everyone in stitches at Face Forward Third Annual It Forward charity event at The Comedy Store in West Hollywood on June 22, 2017. Photo courtesy The Comedy Store/ Face Forward.

Up on stage, Aisha Tyler led things off, joking that the night was chance to get really fcked up for a great cause, and encouraged everyone to drink up and give generously, too. Then the laughs started and despite the weirdly inappropriate behavior of The Comedy Store bouncers, who went out of their way to stifle the typical comedy club call and response banter between audience and performers and the donations rolled in.

Aisha Tyler joined Face Forward founders Deborah Alessi and Dr. David Alessi at Face Forward Third Annual It Forward charity event at The Comedy Store in West Hollywood on June 22, 2017. Photo courtesy The Comedy Store/ Face Forward.

Helen Hong, Amir K and Cathy Ladman did wildly different sets, but all three had the crowd in stitches, while Rachael O Stephen Kramer Glickman and Bobby Lee worked a bit harder for their laughs. The gem of the night was the wacky Linda Lovin set, as the alter ego of comedian Cynthia Levin brought the house down with her outrageous antics.

Comedian Helen Hong performs at Face Forward Third Annual It Forward charity event at The Comedy Store in West Hollywood on June 22, 2017. Photo courtesy The Comedy Store/ Face Forward.

Comedian Cynthia Levin kills it at Face Forward Third Annual It Forward charity event at The Comedy Store in West Hollywood on June 22, 2017. Photo courtesy The Comedy Store/ Face Forward. Opens in recent memory? I sure didn but when the invite to visit that legendary golf tournament, being held in Wisconsin for the first time since its inception in 1895, came across my desk, I was intrigued.

The spectacular Milwaukee Art Museum. Photo courtesy Visit Milwaukee.

For Wisconsin was one of the few states I had never visited, despite having a grandmother from there (who was a rabid Green Bay Packers fan) and loving good cheese. Open puts on, in the third century since its inception?

The Harley Davidson Museum is a must visit place in Milwaukee. Photo courtesy Visit Milwaukee.

Milwaukee certainly knows how to put on a show during the summer, for when the weather turns warm this city perched on Lake Michigan and crisscrossed with three rivers (the Milwaukee, the Kinnickinnic and the Menomonee) is all about getting outside and having fun. There even Bradford Beach, a popular lakeside beach, where crowds form to surf, play volleyball and just hang out in the sun.

Who knew there was a beach in Milwaukee? Hanging out at Bradford Beach by Lake Michigan. Photo courtesy Visit Milwaukee.

When I visited in June, the festival season was in full swing. The Polish Festival was rockin on the lakefront, as was the massive Lakefront Festival of Art held at the spectacular Milwaukee Art Museum. And Summerfest, the world largest music festival, is about to celebrate its 50th anniversary in late June/early July, at the Henry Maier Festival Park situated right on the lakefront.

Miller Park, home of the Brewers baseball team, is an architectural marvel in Milwaukee. Photo courtesy Visit Milwaukee.

Speaking of art, there currently a terrific installation of 22 sculptures lining Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee main drag. The one mile stretch of Sculpture Milwaukee will be on display (and for sale) until October 22, 2017; the brainchild of businessman Steve Marcus, it will be an annual event every summer. Follow the sculptures and you end up at the Milwaukee Art Museum, with its world class fine art collection and iconic Quadracci Pavilion, Santiago Calatrava architectural wonder with a moveable wingspan. Don miss it when you visit. And don miss the Harley Davidson Museum, either, for even if you are not a big fan of motorcycles, this is one fascinating museum. Open at Erin Hills in Erin, Wis. on Sunday, June 18, 2017. They serve beer there, too, just like countless other places; try Lakefront Brewery for some of the city best locally brewed beers and a laugh filled brewery tour in this city built by breweries. Often called beer capital of the world, Milwaukee has been the home of Pabst, Schlitz, Miller, Best and Blatz, all built by German American immigrants no wonder their Major League Baseball team is known as the Brewers!

The Brewers play in another architectural gem, Miller Park, with its fan shaped convertible roof that retracts to let in the sun and closes up to keep out summer storms. It was wide open when I visited, saw them beat the San Diego Padres in 10 exciting innings and had one of the best pulled pork sandwiches ever.
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Musicians and music groups have to work not only on making their music great, but on getting it heard, an Emmy winning sound editor said Saturday in the keynote address of the first Community Lehigh Valley Music Conference.

And many musical acts are doing that today by finding niche genres, said , who was supervising sound editor and sound effects editor on the hit movie “Napoleon Dynamite” and has been nominated for four Emmy Awards and won for the television movie “Flight 93” in 2006. today.

“Get your message out,” Snodgrass told the workshop audience. “You have to look long into the future and see what people are looking for. You have to understand all the new channels.”

Snodgrass said many new artists are making it by finding niches such as geek rock and even sub niches such as math rock.

“How did grunge start? Where did Nirvana come out of? All of a sudden a label noticed the niche,” Snodgrass said.

“Most artists are spring out of a niche, and niches are getting tighter and tighter,” he said.

The conference also included presentations by David Ivory, president of the Philadelphia Chapter of the Grammy Awards, and Jason Miles, a Grammy Award winning keyboard player and programmer who has worked with artists such as Luther Vandross, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Chaka Khan, Diana Ross, Aretha Franklin and more.

Ivory said the Grammy chapter was reminded that the Lehigh Valley has a rich music scene when members attended the Lehigh Valley Music Awards last December.

“We were truly blown away by your energy,” he said. “I mean that. You guys have a lot going here in your area.”

Ian Bruce, founder of the Lehigh Valley Music Awards, coordinated the conference with Gloria Domina, co director of the awards. Bruce said work has begun to hold the conference again around the same time next year.

He said the performance part of the conference will be expanded, probably to additional venues, with the workshops during the day and showcases at night. But he said the conference was a success.

“We’ve got passionate people, and those who are here will benefit greatly,” Bruce said.

My daughter, Chelsea Lyn Meyer, and I were at the Lehigh Valley Music Conference, representing her non profit organization, Power Chords Music. Seven years ago, when Chelsea was thirteen and in a pretty good teenage rock band, the outlets for live music in the valley were scarce especially for underage musicians like her. Chelsea founded Power Chords Music to give teenage musicians a place to perform. She modeled her idea on the work done by Ian Bruce and Gloria Domina for Lehigh Valley Music Awards (LVMA). The LV Music Awards were always gracious to teen musicians Chelsea and her band members, Zach Arruda, Alex Arruda and Jake Bastian learned so much from the other musicians they met thru LVMA. With Power Chords Music,
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Chelsea hoped to give similar opportunities to perform and network with other musicians to many more teens. What Chelsea non profit lacks in monetary resources to accomplish this is not outweighed by her passion for her cause. What she really needed was music biz contacts, ideas on promotion, experience on accessing venues, hints on engaging musicians, networking contacts who could help advise and coach her. She got all that and more at the music conference.

This past weekend was remarkable and inspiring. Presenters like , David Ivory, John Moser, Paul Willestein, Kevin Mackie, Jason Miles, Patrick Brogan, entertainment lawyers (to name just a few) were accessible and accomodating. Discussions actively and passionately ensued well past the hour scheduled for most sessions. Practicality was the name of the game with a few common themes: if you a musician, you need to be a business person first and to be successful you need to maximize your community resources.

Ian Bruce and Gloria Domina, working together on this conference have once again elevated the ability of Lehigh Valley musicians of all ages to be recognized. The talent they brought to this conference was invaluable to our own non profit organization in our role as event planners and music mentors. Moreover, everyone we met was honest, encouraging, and open to making connections with attendees.

The list of people we met and friendships forged this weekend is long. The strength of the Lehigh Valley community as a center for live music performance is evident.

David Ivory said, “We were truly blown away by your energy, I mean that. You guys have a lot going here in your area.” We sure do, David. Yes there were some great musicians playing but the most spetacular part were the panel discussions and the people involved with music that were represented. I do not care how smart you think you are if you were involved with music you would have learned a few things or at least refreshed or relearned things that you need and had forgotten. And your insite, questions and responces might have taught some of the young people that might be working with you in the future. I for one am looking forward to next year. MOSER has been around long enough to have seen the original Ramones in a small club in New Jersey, U2 from the fourth row of a theater and Bob Dylan’s born again tours. But he also has the number for All American Rejects’ Nick Wheeler on his cell phone, wrote the first story ever done on Jack’s Mannequin and hung out in Wiz Khalifa’s hotel room.

JODI DUCKETT: As The Morning Call’s assistant features editor responsible for entertainment, she spends a lot of time surveying the music landscape and sizing up the Valley’s festivals and club scene. She’s no expert, but enjoys it all especially artists who resonated in her younger years, such as Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Tracy Chapman, Santana and Joni Mitchell.

KATHY LAUER WILLIAMS enjoys all types of music, from roots rock and folk to classical and opera. Music has been a constant backdrop to her life since she first sat on the steps listening to her mother’s Broadway LPs when she was 2. Since becoming a mother herself, she has become well versed on the growing genre of kindie rock and, with her son in tow,
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Headquarters: Greenwich What it does: United Rentals, the largest equipment rental company in North America, has acquired dozens of companies to form a 435 store network in 39 states, and Canada and Mexico. Now he earns a paycheck doing the same job for United Rentals in Bloomfield. “I got my training through the service, became who I am today, it gave me the guidance and direction of where I wanted to go, ” he says. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D Conn., hopes companies will embrace by hiring veterans. Late Thursday night the Senate unanimously passed the “VOW to Hire Heroes Act of 2011,” giving tax credits to companies that hire veterans. Today, United Rentals after roughly 245 acquisitions is the largest machine tool rental company in the world. The Greenwich based company has 14,700 employees. It has 755 stores in the United States, Canada and Mexico. And with roughly 10 percent of the $25 billion a year tool rental market, United Rentals (ticker symbol: URI) is the one company that strikes fear into the hearts of many of its competitors, industry analysts said.

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Connecticut stocks fell Thursday, led by PE Corp. PE Biosystems Group and United Rentals Inc. The Bloomberg Connecticut Index dropped 0.44, to 210.00. The index, up 4.6 percent this year, is a price weighted list of the stocks of 138 companies doing business in Connecticut, and is designed to reflect the performance of the state’s economy. Thursday, 56 index stocks fell and 53 rose. rose 5.7 percent Monday. The Greenwich renter of heavy equipment late last week completed a debt offering and disclosed that Chairman Bradley Jacobs purchased more than $3.5 million in company stock over a four day period. has risen as quickly as a hydraulic lift and has taken a jackhammer to the tool rental industry. The Greenwich based equipment rental company (NYSE: URI), which came out of nowhere last October, now has 213 stores in 29 states and Canada, and a following on Wall Street. About two thirds of company revenues come from equipment rentals mostly to commercial customers and the remainder comes from sales. Rentals Inc. for about $1 billion in stock, United Rentals will have more than $1.5 billion in annual sales and a 6 percent share of the $25 billion a year tool and equipment rental industry.
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On June 26, 2006, IRENE (nee Sushko) beloved wife of the late Dr. Also survived by loving relatives and friends. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Interment in St. Michael’s Ukrainian Cemetery.

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NJ and Carolyn Beverly Smith of Scottsdale, AZ; loving mother in law of Sandra Cogan and Leonard Smith; loving sister of Melvin Gerber and Kay Levenson, both of Deerfield Beach, FL and the late Sylvia Layton, Freida Edelson, Herman Gerber, Myra Bickman and Henry Gerber; loving grandmother of five and loving. Gonzalez, 47, reported to Millburn police headquarters on Monday. He faces charges of criminal mischief, along with shoplifting. He is accused of taking a satchel worth roughly $1,400 from the Polo Ralph Lauren store in the Short Hills Mall on June 29. Attended Friends School in Baltimore, MD; University of Maryland and graduated from Trenton State College with a Bachelors of Social Work. She received her Masters of Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania. Bunni was a leading expert in behavioral addicitions and maintained a private practice in Princeton, new Jersey. Enough about the poor. Try being rich, even just comfortable. “We have to pay for this, pay for that,” said Sal Miwa, who runs an Internet company in Manhattan. Property taxes on his Tudor in Millburn’s tony Short Hills section are almost $25,000. Helping the needy is fine, Miwa said, but “sometimes we feel like Robin Hood is attacking us.” The people of Millburn don’t want sympathy. Like anyone feeling overtaxed,
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they just want a way out. And they found one.

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Ex Seton Hall coach Gonzalez arrested for shoplifting

July 7, 2010

Fired in March for his antics on and off the court, former Seton Hall basketball coach Bobby Gonzalez has been arrested on charges of shoplifting from a New Jersey mall. Gonzalez, 47, reported to Millburn police headquarters on Monday. He faces charges of criminal mischief, along with shoplifting. He is accused of taking a satchel worth roughly $1,400 from the Polo Ralph Lauren store in the Short Hills Mall on June 29. He plans to plead not guilty, said defense attorney Gerald Krovatin , who also is representing Gonzalez in a lawsuit over his dismissal.

ARTICLES BY DATESuspected shoplifter drowns while fleeing from Arundel Mills security

By Sean Welsh and Joe Burris,
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The Baltimore Sun July 8, 2014

Anne Arundel County Police said that a body recovered from a pond near Arundel Mills in Hanover early Tuesday morning was that of an accused shoplifter who had run from security at the mall and jumped into a nearby pond. on Monday firefighters and paramedics responded to the 7000 block of Arundel Mills Circle after a report of an individual in the water, which they later described as a three acre, storm water runoff pond that was as much as approximately 20 feet deep.

Howard police seek city man suspected in shoplifting, assault

By Don Markus and Baltimore Sun reporter March 10, 2010

Howard County police have issued an arrest warrant for a 41 year old Baltimore man who they believe attacked a shopping mall security guard with a box cutter last month after being suspected of shoplifting. According to police, Terrell Andre Webb of the 1500 block of N. Decker Ave. on Feb. Two suspects are now being sought in relation to the incident on shoplifting and second degree assault charges and a string of other thefts from other Ulta Beauty stores in the area, police said Sunday. The incident Friday occurred at the Ulta Beauty in the Harbor Center shopping center in the 2500 block of Solomons Island Road, police said. GREENBERG December 13,
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Under Armour will still provide shirts for Baltimore Marathon

By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun September 19, 2013

Under Armour won’t be the Baltimore Running Festival’s title sponsor going forward, but the company made clear on Thursday it will continue to outfit Baltimore runners. The company has signed a multi year deal with Corrigan Sports Enterprises Inc., which organizes the running festival, to be the official race themed apparel and footwear provider. That includes the performance shirts that participants in each of the running festival’s events the marathon, half marathon, 5K, relay and kids run run receive as part of their official race package.

ARTICLES BY DATEEllicott City’s Cotton Duck draws attention to art with T shirts

By Julekha Dash and For The Baltimore Sun September 30, 2014

The Doberman sits on the edge of a bed, oblivious of the remarkable view from the floor to ceiling window. Modern high rises peep out from a dense forest dotted with palm trees and shrouded in mist. Artist Jereme Scott says his painting was inspired by a 1957 photograph in National Geographic. At 66 inches by 50 inches, “The Watcher of Suite Singapore” is the largest item on display at his store, Cotton Duck Art Apparel, in Historic Ellicott City. The shop, which opened in March, also sells T shirts, hoodies and tank tops Scott designed, and jewelry made by designers from the Mid Atlantic. Scott, 28, studied fine arts at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia and received his master’s in studio arts from Howard University.

Hundreds of Ray Rice ‘up the middle’ shirts sell in hours

By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun November 28, 2012

A show stopping play and a catchy saying add up to some head turning shirt sales just ask Ray Rice. Stores report selling hundreds of shirts with Rice’s new catchphrase, “Hey diddle diddle, Ray Rice up the middle” and the shirts have only been available for several hours. “Ray Rice has a lot of pull in this town,” joked John Conigliaro,
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who owns Great Moments, a shop selling the shirts. And he can add another to the list. “I have a couple things going for me, and now I have a T shirt,” O’Day said Wednesday, when the Orioles gave out orange T shirts with his “O’Day” song and a silhouette logo of his sidearm delivery. “It’s pretty exciting. I never expected a T shirt.” O’Day pitched a scoreless ninth inning in the Orioles’ 3 1 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays, his 10th scoreless outing in a row. He has allowed one run in 14 appearances since the All Star break, and he has struck out more than one batter per inning this season.

‘Crush Davis’ T shirts spark online feud as Baltimore fans try to protect their idea

By Chris Korman, The Baltimore Sun July 15, 2013

Chris Davis has hit 37 home runs . Women think he is handsome . Odds makers believe he’ll win tonight’s Home Run Derby . (Wait, people bet on things like that?) When a person is good at sports and good looking and his life has traced a compelling narrative ( seriously, read this profile ) that suddenly emerges on the national scene, there is one thing sure to follow: marketability. Sales of Davis merchandise are, of course, soaring. Glionna and Abigail Goldman and John M. Glionna and Abigail Goldman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN April 22, 2002

Amid mounting protests, college clothier Abercrombie Fitch has pulled a line of T shirts from stores nationwide following complaints that they depicted racist caricatures of Asian Americans. The $25 T shirts show cartoonish Asian characters with slanted eyes and conical hats as pitchmen for fabricated companies such as restaurants, dry cleaners and bowling alleys. One portrays a man pulling a rickshaw with the words “Rick Shaw’s Hoagies and Grinders. Order by the foot. Good meat. Quick feet.”Suiting up for the big ballgame

With the Ravens now officially in the “Festivus,” the well dressed Baltimore fan may want to pick up a stylish new Festivus T shirt to go along with the requisite giant foam finger, purple hard hat and full camo gear. The brainchild of offensive lineman Edwin Mulitalo, the black T shirts with purple lettering say “Happy Festivus Baltimore Style” and, once printed up this week, will sell for $19.95.
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