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April 11, 2004
On April 3, 2004, baby girl, KALIYAH ALISA (Williams) Mc CEACHERS, of Walbrook Avenue. Services entrusted to HARI P. CLOSE FUNERAL SERVICE, P.A. 410-327-3100.
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June 1, 2007
On Tuesday, May 29, 2007, JAMES Leroy, beloved husband of Linda Jean Magee (nee Bordner), devoted father of Alisa Helen Perez and her husband Jose, loving grandfather of Nicholas James, Chyna Alisa, Kaleigh Cynthia-Helyn Perez and Brenna Elizabeth Perez, dear brother of Thomas and Michael Magee and the late Frederick Magee. Service and interment private. Arrangements by Miller-Dippel Funeral Home Inc.
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June 1, 2007
On Tuesday, May 29, 2007, JAMES Leroy, beloved husband of Linda Jean Magee (nee Bordner), devoted father of Alisa Helen Perez and her husband Jose, loving grandfather of Nicholas James, Chyna Alisa, Kaleigh Cynthia-Helyn Perez and Brenna Elizabeth Perez, dear brother of Thomas and Michael Magee and the late Frederick Magee. Service and interment private. Arrangements by Miller-Dippel Funeral Home Inc.
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October 30, 2004
On Thursday, October 28, 2004, MILTON ROGERS, beloved husband of the late Rae Rogers (nee Kantor); loving father of Carol Rogers of Washington DC, Philip Rogers of Hume, VA, and the late Charles Rogers; dear father-in-law of Retired Admiral Steven Quigley and Alisa Rogers; loving grandfather of Elizabeth Anne, Daniel J. and Jonathan Rogers. Services at SOL LEVINSON AND BROS INC., 8900 Reisterstown Rd at Mt Wilson Lane, on Sunday, October 31 at 1 P.M. Interment at Ohr Knesseth Israel Anshe Sfard Congregation Cemetery, German Hill Rd. Following Funeral Services a reception will be held at Temple Oheb Shalom, 7310 Park Heights Ave (21208)
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By David Michael Ettlin and David Michael Ettlin,Staff Writer | March 27, 1993
Hollywood can't touch this Baltimore soap opera -- a love triangle, of sorts, in which the guy and two gals in the melodrama were chosen for their roles by matchmakers.The cast features the sleek, amber-eyed Alisa, a Russian-born mother of two brought here from New York to have a relationship with the exotic Fasier.Unfortunately, this left the equally lovely but moody Roxanne out in the cold -- forced to leave Fasier, her companion since birth, just as they were coming of age.Oh, did we mention that the players are Siberian tigers?
FEATURES
July 27, 1993
Alisa Salters, a reporter for WBAL-TV (Channel 11), received a National Association of Black Journalists award for international reporting.Ms. Salters won the award for a segment titled "Sorrow in Somalia. She also won the hard features award for a report titled "Reading, Writing, and Running Drugs."The awards were presented at the association's annual convention in Houston last week.
NEWS
By David Michael Ettlin and David Michael Ettlin,Staff Writer | July 13, 1993
The Baltimore Zoo announced yesterday its most blessed event of the year -- the birth of a pair of endangered Siberian tiger cubs.Watched over by an infrared video camera, mother Alisa gave birth to the 4-pound pair, gender as yet undetermined, between 3:15 p.m. and 4:45 p.m. Sunday in a bed of straw placed strategically in her den by keepers. A third cub, a female, was stillborn.Alisa was sent here in late winter by the International Wildlife Conservation Park (formerly the Bronx Zoo) on a long-term breeding loan -- chosen along with the Baltimore Zoo's male Fasier as the nation's most genetically desirable pair of captive, prospective Siberian tiger parents.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,Sun Theater Critic | July 21, 1994
Early in Robert Leland Taylor's "Billy Would've Been 30 Today," the character of Gladys displays a painting she commissioned depicting how her son Billy, who died at age 5, would look today, 25 years later.But this Baltimore Playwrights Festival entry is less about a little boy denied the chance to grow up than it is about how his death has stunted the growth of his family.Yes, this is yet another example of the tried-and-true American theatrical genre of the dysfunctional family. But Taylor's writing -- combined with TraceyAnn Tokar Smith's direction -- is sensitive enough to make this a memorable production.
NEWS
October 30, 2004
On Thursday, October 28, 2004, MILTON ROGERS, beloved husband of the late Rae Rogers (nee Kantor); loving father of Carol Rogers of Washington DC, Philip Rogers of Hume, VA, and the late Charles Rogers; dear father-in-law of Retired Admiral Steven Quigley and Alisa Rogers; loving grandfather of Elizabeth Anne, Daniel J. and Jonathan Rogers. Services at SOL LEVINSON AND BROS INC., 8900 Reisterstown Rd at Mt Wilson Lane, on Sunday, October 31 at 1 P.M. Interment at Ohr Knesseth Israel Anshe Sfard Congregation Cemetery, German Hill Rd. Following Funeral Services a reception will be held at Temple Oheb Shalom, 7310 Park Heights Ave (21208)
NEWS
February 22, 2004
On February 14, 2004 RABBI AARON JACOB ROSENBLEETH, Judaic Principal of the Hebrew Academy of San Francisco, 41, died after his battle with lung cancer. Aaron is survived by his devoted wife, Chanie and children Yossi, Dovid Uri, Alana and Rina; beloved son of Herb Rosenbleeth of Flemington, NJ and Sandy Berlack of Baltimore, MD; loving brother of Lynn Rosenbleeth and Alisa Shuman; brother-in-law of Dr. Ian Shuman. Burial was February 17 at Beth Israel Memorial Park, Woodbridge, NJ.
NEWS
April 11, 2004
On April 3, 2004, baby girl, KALIYAH ALISA (Williams) Mc CEACHERS, of Walbrook Avenue. Services entrusted to HARI P. CLOSE FUNERAL SERVICE, P.A. 410-327-3100.
NEWS
February 22, 2004
On February 14, 2004 RABBI AARON JACOB ROSENBLEETH, Judaic Principal of the Hebrew Academy of San Francisco, 41, died after his battle with lung cancer. Aaron is survived by his devoted wife, Chanie and children Yossi, Dovid Uri, Alana and Rina; beloved son of Herb Rosenbleeth of Flemington, NJ and Sandy Berlack of Baltimore, MD; loving brother of Lynn Rosenbleeth and Alisa Shuman; brother-in-law of Dr. Ian Shuman. Burial was February 17 at Beth Israel Memorial Park, Woodbridge, NJ.
NEWS
By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 12, 2000
Candlelight Concerts, Maryland's premiere chamber music series, will open its 28thM-5 season Saturday night at Smith Theatre on the campus of Howard Community College with a recital by Alisa Weilerstein, one of the country's up-and-coming young cellists. The gifted 18-year-old was the recipient of a prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant this year, and just released her first solo recording for EMI Classics' "Debut Series." Her itinerary this season includes concert appearances with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra under David Zinman, the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra, and the New York Chamber Symphony.
FEATURES
August 30, 1995
A 14-year-old Siberian tiger was euthanized yesterday at the Baltimore Zoo. The tiger was suffering from kidney failure, according to zoo officials.Though born at the Moscow Zoo in 1981, the tiger, named Alisa, had come to Baltimore in 1993 from the New York Wildlife Park.She was mated to the zoo's male Siberian tiger, Fasier, and gave birth to two cubs in July 1993. The two cubs, named Nadia and Natasha, now weigh between 300 pounds and 400 pounds and still live at the zoo.The zoo has four tigers remaining.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,Sun Theater Critic | July 21, 1994
Early in Robert Leland Taylor's "Billy Would've Been 30 Today," the character of Gladys displays a painting she commissioned depicting how her son Billy, who died at age 5, would look today, 25 years later.But this Baltimore Playwrights Festival entry is less about a little boy denied the chance to grow up than it is about how his death has stunted the growth of his family.Yes, this is yet another example of the tried-and-true American theatrical genre of the dysfunctional family. But Taylor's writing -- combined with TraceyAnn Tokar Smith's direction -- is sensitive enough to make this a memorable production.
NEWS
By David Michael Ettlin and David Michael Ettlin,Staff Writer | September 17, 1993
"Watch the Cubs play in Baltimore," the invitation reads.But you won't be watching baseball at Camden Yards -- not with Chicago's Cubs mired in fourth place in the National League East and the Orioles alternating win streaks and swan dives.The invitation is from the Baltimore Zoo, where a rare pair of Siberian tiger cubs born nine weeks ago will make their public debut this morningAs yet unnamed, the endangered cubs are the result of a mail-order romance arranged by the American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums under its Species Survival Program.
FEATURES
August 30, 1995
A 14-year-old Siberian tiger was euthanized yesterday at the Baltimore Zoo. The tiger was suffering from kidney failure, according to zoo officials.Though born at the Moscow Zoo in 1981, the tiger, named Alisa, had come to Baltimore in 1993 from the New York Wildlife Park.She was mated to the zoo's male Siberian tiger, Fasier, and gave birth to two cubs in July 1993. The two cubs, named Nadia and Natasha, now weigh between 300 pounds and 400 pounds and still live at the zoo.The zoo has four tigers remaining.
NEWS
By David Michael Ettlin and David Michael Ettlin,Staff Writer | September 17, 1993
"Watch the Cubs play in Baltimore," the invitation reads.But you won't be watching baseball at Camden Yards -- not with Chicago's Cubs mired in fourth place in the National League East and the Orioles alternating win streaks and swan dives.The invitation is from the Baltimore Zoo, where a rare pair of Siberian tiger cubs born nine weeks ago will make their public debut this morningAs yet unnamed, the endangered cubs are the result of a mail-order romance arranged by the American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums under its Species Survival Program.
FEATURES
July 27, 1993
Alisa Salters, a reporter for WBAL-TV (Channel 11), received a National Association of Black Journalists award for international reporting.Ms. Salters won the award for a segment titled "Sorrow in Somalia. She also won the hard features award for a report titled "Reading, Writing, and Running Drugs."The awards were presented at the association's annual convention in Houston last week.
NEWS
By David Michael Ettlin and David Michael Ettlin,Staff Writer | July 13, 1993
The Baltimore Zoo announced yesterday its most blessed event of the year -- the birth of a pair of endangered Siberian tiger cubs.Watched over by an infrared video camera, mother Alisa gave birth to the 4-pound pair, gender as yet undetermined, between 3:15 p.m. and 4:45 p.m. Sunday in a bed of straw placed strategically in her den by keepers. A third cub, a female, was stillborn.Alisa was sent here in late winter by the International Wildlife Conservation Park (formerly the Bronx Zoo) on a long-term breeding loan -- chosen along with the Baltimore Zoo's male Fasier as the nation's most genetically desirable pair of captive, prospective Siberian tiger parents.
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