• Wednesday’s Cast Party at Smith Center was a great deal of fun, as anticipated, with Jim Caruso and Billy Stritch summoning a wide range of performers to the Cabaret Jazz stage. The show was fun and ran late and seemed to be assembled on the fly; Clint Holmes walked in at the start and was asked to the stage to open the performance, and he didn’t realize until he took the mic that he was chewing gum. Caruso called up acts he’d scrawled on a sheet of notebook paper — “Is Erich Bergen here yet? Erich! Your turn!” — like that. Yes, that is to indicate Bergen, once of “Jersey Boys” at Palazzo and the reigning Prince of Showcases, was in the house.
Trials for the 14-year-old girl and her boyfriend charged with murdering her father were scheduled for the fall in Howard County Circuit Court, a spokesman for prosecutors said Friday. An Oct. 29 trial date was set for Jason Anthony Bulmer, 19. Judges chose Nov. 19 to begin a trial for Morgan Lane Arnold. The Ellicott City pair face first-degree and related charges in the stabbing death last month of Morgan’s father, Dennis Lane, a well-known businessman and blogger in the county.
Sunday notes: With the NBA closer to video review for block-charge judgment calls, is the process getting too unwieldy? Also: Mike Miller says nothing corny about Sioux Falls; Sean Marks recalls Heat tenure; summer beckons.
The Baltimore sports scene is blessed with a bunch of talented bloggers who bring their unique perspective to the conversation. Each week, I hope to chat with one of them in a regular feature called Blogger on Blogger. This week, I exchanged emails with Daniel Moroz, who blogs about the Orioles for his blog, Camden Crazies .
We want to send a free sample of Sun Putty SPF30 Face to selected bloggers, allowing them to apply and test Sun Putty SPF30 Face for efficacy in sun protection as well as skin hydration and aesthetic “feel” to the reviewing blogger regarding sensation on the skin, aroma, how it feels under makeup and performance with overlying makeup (e.g., does it allow makeup to stay on skin well without running or clogging one’s pores).
Sookie and Jason aren’t the only ones dealing with major life developments. Bill starts having visions of vampires being tortured by humans before he falls into a coma-like state. There he finds Lilith — not covered in blood or naked, for once — who tells him a bit more about what he has become in an alternate sunny realm. She tells Bill that a tyrant is rising and heralding the beginning of the end. Could that be Warlow? Or maybe Governor Burrell? Whoever the vampires’ enemy is, Lilith finally answers the question, “Who are you, really?” for Bill. It turns out Bill — and Lilith, for that matter — isn’t a god, but is as close to one as humans and other vampires can understand. As Lilith tells Bill, there’s no god but God.
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