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A NIGHT FOR GUYS TO BE BAD FOR GOOD ; SCENE&HEARD
[FINAL Edition]
The Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Author: Brown, Sloane
Date: Nov 5, 2006
Start Page: 2.N
Section: MODERN LIFE
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Football blended well with boxing, it seemed. Former Ravens president David Modell was host for a table of friends on one side of the ring, while current Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti presided over another. And former Baltimore Colt Lenny Moore was spotted between the two.

[SONJA SOHN] (like many actresses, she does not reveal her age) plays Detective Shakima "Kima" Greggs on the HBO series The Wire. The show, which is filmed entirely in and around Baltimore, is airing its fourth season. Sohn grew up in Newport News, Va., but has spent much of her adult life in New York City. She moved to Baltimore in 2003, first living in Fells Point, and now in Roland Park. She lives with her husband, Adam Plack, and daughter, Sophia, 16, who attends Baltimore School for the Arts. Sohn has another daughter, Sakira, 20, who lives in New York.

Photo(s); 1. Rick Delfino (left), Wade Brown and James Forman, all of Baltimore, gather during "An Evening Ringside" at Martin's West. 2. & 3. Top, Annamaria Steward and Kim Keenan, both of Washington, enjoy the evening. Above, Johanna Liner and Joey Liner join David Resnick and his fiancee, Sharon Schneiderman, at the benefit. 4. [Jonathan Ogden], BALTIMORE RAVENS OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 5. SONJA SOHN'S DRINK AT SALT FLEUR PINOT NOIR; Credit: 1. - 4. STEVE RUARK : SPECIAL TO THE SUN 5. ANDRE F. CHUNG SUN PHOTOGRAPHER

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