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The investment banker, the lumber salesman, the kindergarten teacher and the meteorologist all came out Saturday for the Baltimore Ravens’ cheerleading tryouts for one reason: the right to bear pompoms.

Kristie Tapper of Stevensville the mother of 1 year old twins was one of the roughly 250 men and women who turned out for the open tryouts on the basketball court of Merritt Downtown Athletic Club in Mount Vernon for one of the 60 coveted sideline spots.

Tapper and the other hopefuls practiced their eight count dance steps while En Vogue’s “Free Your Mind” played over the booming speakers. Lined up along the perimeter of the gym were dozens of fur lined Ugg boots, water bottles, hand mirrors and Michael Kors and Coach bags.

Tapper came back for another chance to be on the squad after she left in her third Ravens’ cheerleading season in 2006 to get married and start a family.

“I want to do something I enjoy for me,” the 28 year old said. To get back in shape for the pros, Tapper said she worked out four to five times a week, including running with her son and daughter in a stroller.

“I’m very nervous for tryouts. You have to give it your all,” she said.

All Ravens cheerleaders must hold a full time job, be a stay at home parent or be enrolled in a full slate of college courses.

James Schwille, a lumber salesman who went to Virginia Tech for wood science, was trying out for a fourth year on the squad.

“It’s just so much fun,” said Schwille, 33, of Parkville. “I’m on the field, 10 feet away from a football game. It’s an escape from the real world.”

He said he’s used to the jokes (“Where’s your skirt?”), but Schwille said not much beats the camaraderie with his fellow cheerleaders. And hanging out with dozens of beautiful women isn’t bad either, he conceded.

“People think we’re out there clapping and cheering,” Schwille said. “We’re out there tossing girls 30 feet in the air.”

Erica Lawson of Prince George’s County and Shanna Cooper of Rockville were two of the newbies.

Lawson said she loves the thrill of performing and thinks she’s got what it takes to juggle the intense workout routines, her job at a local park and planning commission and her volunteer work.

Cooper said she always dreamed of reaching the pros growing up. Now a full time online student at the University of Alabama and a restaurant promotion and events coordinator in Bethesda, Cooper said she wants to make it happen.

“It keeps me fit. It keeps me healthy and it keeps me happy,” she said before springing up for the next routine.
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What appeared to be fleece North Face jackets, UGG Boots, DVDs and CDs were seized by officers serving search warrants on 16 vendors at the Plaza Flea Market on Old North Point Boulevard.”They just came running in here and told people to put the stuff down. Everyone was going to try and get out the doors,” said Amie Argento, a vendor whose fitness apparel items were not targeted in the department’s raid.Several officers blocked off exits to the market, while others went to specific tables, keeping the vendors from leaving.Cpl. Cathy Batton, a police spokeswoman, said the department had been investigating the vendors for months as part of a joint investigation with the Recording Industry Association of America, the Motion Picture Association of America and others.The targeted vendors are accused of selling counterfeit brand names such as Nike, Apple, Polo, True Religion, and Timberland to undercover detectives, along with pirated movies and music.Batton said the investigation targeted specific vendors who rent space in the market, not the flea market owners, who could not be reached Saturday for comment.The investigation is ongoing and charges are pending against vendors who police believe were selling counterfeit items. None of the suspects were identified. The seized items will be evaluated by trademark experts.Officer remained at the market for several hours, packing items into paper boxes before loading them onto a Penske moving truck backed up to the market entrance.Yellow police tape kept a crowd of onlookers and disappointed shoppers from going inside while vendors not involved in the raid streamed out hauling Tupperware boxes, suitcases and trash bags of goods: toiletries, children’s toys even a miniature motorcycle wheeled out by a merchant.One vendor from Rosedale, Kevin Cooper, said he hoped to return Sunday but worried the raid might discourage customers from coming back.He said he started out as a customer 20 years ago but after years of sifting through household items and toys for his kids, he began renting a space in recent years to unload some things.”We surely hope it doesn’t hurt the enterprise. [The market] has a long history in the community,” he said.The flea market’s website says lists over 50 vendors at the 100,000 square foot space knives, pet care items, vintage collectibles, baked goods and snowballs.In November, Baltimore County police responded to the shopping centerafter a fight erupted between opposing motorcycle gang member. Two members of the Titan Motorcycle Club were charged with assault, while the victim, a 52 year old man from Dundalk, a member of Demon Souls, non life threatening injuries after he after he was hit with a rubber mallet.Both men who were charged are expected to appear in court next month. In 2012, undercover federal agents rented a booth at Patapsco Flea Market as part of a 2 1/2 year investigation.Two years earlier, nine people were indicted in federal court on charges of smuggling counterfeit shoes, handbags and watches manufactured in Asia through the port of Baltimore. That investigation led to the seizure of $250 million worth of fake goods, including Coach handbags and Viagra pills.
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SEATTLE (FROM OUR NEWS PARTNER BALLARD NEWS TRIBUNE) When small business tenants moved into the old Tallman Medical building at 5434 Tallman Ave., they probably had little idea that they would eventually become victims of a heavy handed developer deal.

On April 1, the building was sold for $8.75 million to BT Noble LLC, who then immediately flipped it for $12.705 million to EQR Tallman LLC, according to theKing County Assessor. The building, according to the, will be demolished to make way for two new seven story towers with 17 live work units and 286 residential units called the Ballard Tallman Apartments. It a plan that has been going through the Department of Planning and Development permitting process since April of 2011.

Tenants mostly small businesses providing health services such as acupuncture, medical marijuana, holistic health, skin care, primary care and more ended up with the short end of the stick. Sources said in suits went around to all of the rooms and left a note, either on tenants front desks or on their doors, saying they had to vacate the premises at the end of a 30 day period, ending on May 1, 2013.

was just very abrupt and pretty heartless, said Lorraine Jackson, of Elements Skin Care. big business I guess. We just little people. just a joke honestly, said Christine List, a clinic manager for a primary care physician which had been in the building for seven years. had) a little feeling of the people in the building don matter feels kind of icky. tenants knew the building was for sale for some time, years even, all were surprised to find that they had such short notice to move.

can work and find a place to move in 30 days, it just impossible, said Jackson, who had been in the building for one and one half years and who has yet to find a place.

List, who echoed Jackson statement, said the previous owner who sold the building had promised tenants he would lobby for a longer move out period. However, once the building was flipped for a profit, it was probably out of his hands, she said.

didn have a lot of control when it was sold over what would happen, she said. was kind of bummed out for us, actually. said that they aren moving out on the date indicated simply because they don have the time to. They are still negotiating for a new spot and they still need to take care of patients. She said the building new owner could technically evict them, but since it would be a legal mess they will probably just opt to let them stay for about a month longer while they find a new place.

Finding a new place in a quickly densifying neighborhood has proved hard for some of the building tenants.

aren cheap in this neighborhood, we can just go out and replicate what we have here, List said.

Jackson, who doesn want to move out of Ballard (she tried Crown Hill once but found it didn suit her) said all of the new development makes it hard for small businesses to find a suitable place.

really difficult to find places in Ballard that are 1) Going to be around for a while and 2) In my price range and my size, Jackson said.

Other businesses are finding it easier to move out of the neighborhood. SensAble Patient Network has a sign on their door saying they moved to Greenwood. Amanda Logan at THC Care Provider, who closed shop yesterday, said they may be moving closer to I 5, where people don have to travel as far west. Until they find a place, they are switching to delivery.

Of the whole thing, Logan said, are businesses, these are lives, and now suddenly everyone has to just move? I didn know people did stuff like that. It just mean.
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EXCLUSIVE: China’s insatiable thirst for Australian baby formula revealed: Inside the Sydney warehouse which distributes TONNES of infant milk every day but company claims it’s ONLY for locals

A Sydney warehouse is daily selling tonnes of baby formula that ends up in ChinaDaily Mail Australia witnessed dozens of vehicles being loaded full with formulaThe company said they don’t sell overseas, but also ‘didn’t ask’ where it ends upPopularity of high quality baby formula in China has seen demand boom recentlyThousands of boxes of brands such as Aptamil and A2 are kept in the warehouseBy

A nondescript warehouse tucked down the back of an industrial estate has revealed the full extent of China’s insatiable thirst for Australian baby formula.

Tonnes of ‘white gold’ from leading brands Aptamil and A2 were among hundreds of pallets found inside the warehouse at Silverwater, in Sydney’s west, on Tuesday.

From there, thousands of tins are packaged and indirectly shipped to China, as well as being distributed locally, despite limits imposed by supermarkets on how much customers can buy off their shelves in Australia.

Top Warehouse, the business behind the warehouse, said it did not ‘directly sell baby formula overseas’, claiming it was just a ‘middle man’ and didn’t ask customers about where its products ended up.

But a former worker at the factory told Daily Mail Australia huge shipments are sent to China ‘on a daily basis’.

While observing their operation on Tuesday, Daily Mail Australia witnessed dozens of vehicles arrive at the warehouse to be loaded up with baby formula.

It’s understood many of those collecting baby formula were owners of Asian grocers and duty free stores across the city.

These stores then sell the products to Chinese tourists to take on the plane home with them.

Mike Chen, manager at Top Warehouse, said that where the formula ended up once it left the warehouse really wasn’t the company’s concern.

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‘Mainly, we are selling to local businesses.. I believe (but) we’re not going to ask and they are not going to tell us about where their product is going.’

Aptamil Australia’s parent company Danone refused to discuss the warehouse’s mass distribution or if it regulated the supply to Chinese markets.

‘We don’t disclose information about our commercial relationships which are confidential in nature,’ a spokeswoman for Danone said.

A worker at a neighbouring business inside the industrial estate said the warehouse had popped up in recent months and was constantly distributing baby formula.

Similar warehouses to this one are reportedly located all over Australia.

Professional Asian shoppers raiding shelves at Coles, Woolworths and other stores across the country have become common place in recent years.

While it’s legal, the practice has left Australian parents outraged at their now reduced access to the once freely accessible product.

So enormous is the demand from China that Aptamil has increased its production of its formula by 50 per cent in the past three months.

Earlier this year Woolworths announced it would be sending its homebrand products to China, feeding the endless appetite of the nation.

Some international shoppers are happy to pay prices marked up to 1000 per cent, so sought after is the high quality milk powder.

While Mr Chen admitted he was aware of the controversy surrounding the demand for baby formula overseas, he said their deal with Aptamil restricted who they sold to.

‘OK, so I watch the news and maybe some of the businesses go in and grab the stuff from the supermarket (shelves),’ he said.

‘First, we are not doing anything with the supermarket. We only do business with the local gift (duty free) shops and we are not having any problem with them.

‘We are not stocking huge amounts of stuff back to China, we are not doing that. We distribute to all the gift shops and distribute to all the customers we can find out in.’

But despite claims by the company that the products are being kept local, it appears that’s not always the case.

Top Warehouse management admitted he was aware of conjecture surrounding the demand for baby formula overseas,
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Bad news for Afghan President Hamid Karzai though as he prepares for his Washington visit next month: the Afghan population supports Karzai government only 29 of the 121 strategically important provinces.

The reason for this? Corruption and inefficiency. This is not going make the current resident at the Arg (the Afghan Presidential Palace) very happy just as Washington and Kabul were trying to mend those fences

There is not rule of law and no management in Afghanistan under the umbrella of international community. Karzai and his warlords have wasted the time of more than eight years in the name of insurgents but they are still there are loss of lives of NATO soldiers is going on. What should be done? We should not trust on Karzai but technology like drone because this has proved its worth therefore we must concentrate on this. People around the world are still planning to kill innocents even children. Focus should on technology.
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Many commuters use the Avon Causeway and the closure is certain to increase congestion in Christchurch.

Six years ago, the road was closed for 18 weeks while engineers replaced the ageing bridge, causing traffic to build up along Fairmile Road and at Blackwater junction on the A338.

Cllr Margaret Phipps, chairman of Hurn Parish Council said: “The road desperately needs resurfacing, it’s in a real state but it will undoubtedly cause come inconvenience to a lot of people. If they can get on with it and get it finished as quickly as possible,
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The estimated $278m (174m) in weekend ticket sales broke the previous record of $253m (158m) set in July 2008, the weekend The Dark Knight was released.

Sci fi epic Avatar took $75m (47m) in its second weekend, according to early studio estimates.

Sherlock Holmes, Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel and It’s Complicated all enjoyed strong debuts.

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Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, which opened on Wednesday, took in $50.2m (31.4m) at the weekend and $77.1m (48.2m) in its five days of release.

It’s Complicated, a love triangle comedy starring Meryl Streep, Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin, opened in fourth place with $22.1m (13.8m) in takings.

In fifth place with $11.8m (7.26m) was Up in the Air, starring George Clooney in the acclaimed story of a corporate downsizer who questions his role in life.
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