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THE EVENING SUN (Baltimore)

Charlie Brown to 'La Boheme': A Fanciful Halloween
 
By Danielle Flood
Staff Reporter
 

     You are invited to a Halloween party in print.
     Place: The following paragraphs.
     Time: Now.
     Judge Solomon Liss, of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals, is peeking at the other guests from beneath the collar of a long black cape. Beyond the Headless Horseman of Baltimore, ballerina Camille Lizard is lugging a pumpkin and shifting her weight from one glass slipper to the other.
     Johnny Unitas, the retired Colt quarterback, now a member of the team's front office, and a sportscaster, is here as himself. ("I'm not a costume man.")
 
 
 


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