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June 15, 1997
Bluma L. Trell,94, a scholar of ancient Greece, died Tuesday in Englewood, N.J. She was an expert on the Temple of Artemis, built about 550 B.C., and her reconstruction of it is on display at the British Museum.
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BUSINESS
April 4, 2007
Chess Communications Group appointed Todd E. Kogan as director of business development for the East Baltimore-based agency. The Artemis Group named Louise L. Hayman to the staff of the Annapolis public affairs consulting firm as a senior consultant. She served as director of communications for former Maryland Comptroller William Donald Schaefer. Health care PRO Physical Therapy appointed Steve Montalvo as director of its Havre de Grace facility. Mosaic Community Services named Oleg Tarkovsky as director of its mental health clinics in Timonium, Randallstown and Catonsville.
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SPORTS
June 7, 1991
Sweet Alex, ridden by Edgar Prado, leading jockey at Pimlico Race Course, rallied down the center of the track to capture the $26,000 Discreet Purse yesterday.Sweet Alex completed 1 1/16 miles in 1 minute, 43 3/5 seconds after rallying from last in a field of five fillies and mares. Miss Protege finished five lengths behind in second, and Double Artemis, who led until midstretch, finished another length behind in third.Sweet Alex, owned and trained by Vincent L. Blengs, paid $7.20 $3.40 and $2.40.
SPORTS
By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,Sun Reporter | December 19, 2006
A union contractor alleges that officials connected to the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network, which is majority-owned by the Orioles, backed out on a deal in which the contractor was to help construct a new studio in downtown Baltimore. The contractor, Arctic Refrigeration of Ellicott City, said in a recent Circuit Court action that it is owed more than $1 million because it supplied labor and material for the proposed studio in a building on the 200 block of North Charles Street. Arctic - which provides heating, ventilation, air conditioning and plumbing - says it began work earlier this year after receiving a letter of intent from Artemis Properties Inc., a construction project manager.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith | February 12, 2004
Artemis String Quartet The Berlin-based Artemis String Quartet has built an enviable reputation for brilliant music-making and imaginative programming. You can get a taste of both attributes tomorrow night, when the ensemble visits College Park. Any opportunity to hear music by Leos Janacek is welcome. The Artemis players have selected his Quartet No. 2, subtitled "Intimate Letters," a remarkably autobiographical work from 1928 that reveals the Czech composer's unabashed, if unrequited, love for a much younger woman.
SPORTS
By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,Sun Reporter | December 19, 2006
A union contractor alleges that officials connected to the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network, which is majority-owned by the Orioles, backed out on a deal in which the contractor was to help construct a new studio in downtown Baltimore. The contractor, Arctic Refrigeration of Ellicott City, said in a recent Circuit Court action that it is owed more than $1 million because it supplied labor and material for the proposed studio in a building on the 200 block of North Charles Street. Arctic - which provides heating, ventilation, air conditioning and plumbing - says it began work earlier this year after receiving a letter of intent from Artemis Properties Inc., a construction project manager.
BUSINESS
By Kevin L. McQuaid and Kevin L. McQuaid,SUN STAFF | December 11, 1998
Peter G. Angelos yesterday unveiled a comprehensive revitalization for One Charles Center, two years after the Baltimore lawyer purchased the 22-story skyscraper that helped spark downtown's renaissance.Angelos' real estate arm, Artemis Management & Development Inc., plans to begin work next spring on the elevated plaza surrounding the 100 N. Charles St. building, adding glass on its ground level, as well as lighting, window tinting, cleaning and other improvements.In all, Angelos intends to spend $12 million to add parking, retail and restaurant space, and a new stairwell and entrance to the 320,000-square-foot building, which was completed in 1963.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | September 28, 2001
County police said they were looking yesterday for a 26-year-old Severn man in connection with a fatal stabbing Wednesday in Glen Burnie. Artemis Demond Booker of the 1800 block of Blue Jay Court was charged with first-degree murder, assault and possession of a deadly weapon in the stabbing death of Rodney Jerome White 3rd, 25, of Severna Park, police said. Booker, also known as "Bird" and "Big Bird," was charged with assault in the stabbing of Robert Tabyron Jacobs, 22, of Annapolis, who survived the attack.
SPORTS
By Marty McGee and Marty McGee,Sun Staff Correspondent | March 11, 1991
LAUREL -- Run Spot shed her bridesmaid's tag by winning a three-horse photo in the $60,000 Conniver Handicap at Laurel Race Course yesterday.The 6-year-old mare edged past Double Artemis, then withstood a late rush by McKilts to win the seven-furlong race for Maryland-bred fillies and mares."
NEWS
May 21, 2000
Basketball Outdoor league: Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks is accepting team registration for summer men's leagues. The cost is $425. Registration is due Friday. Information: 410-313-4658. Children's activities Summer camp: Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks will offer "Fun in the Sun" camp for second-to fifth-graders. Activities include games, outdoor exploration, boating, arts and crafts. Camp begins June 26. The cost is $100. Information: 410-313-4721.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith | February 12, 2004
Artemis String Quartet The Berlin-based Artemis String Quartet has built an enviable reputation for brilliant music-making and imaginative programming. You can get a taste of both attributes tomorrow night, when the ensemble visits College Park. Any opportunity to hear music by Leos Janacek is welcome. The Artemis players have selected his Quartet No. 2, subtitled "Intimate Letters," a remarkably autobiographical work from 1928 that reveals the Czech composer's unabashed, if unrequited, love for a much younger woman.
SPORTS
By CANDUS THOMSON | November 23, 2003
Wow, what a week for waistline, wallet and wildlife. Or, more specifically Thanksgiving, the opening of the holiday shopping season and the first two-day opening to deer season. Here at the nerve center of Outdoors Central, we can't do anything about the feasts or the beasts, but we can offer up some suggestions to make the hectic gift-buying experience easier. So, take a deep breath and try to forget that holidays, like objects in the rear-view mirror, are closer than they appear. Apparel The EMS All-Mountain Sweater ($70)
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | September 28, 2001
County police said they were looking yesterday for a 26-year-old Severn man in connection with a fatal stabbing Wednesday in Glen Burnie. Artemis Demond Booker of the 1800 block of Blue Jay Court was charged with first-degree murder, assault and possession of a deadly weapon in the stabbing death of Rodney Jerome White 3rd, 25, of Severna Park, police said. Booker, also known as "Bird" and "Big Bird," was charged with assault in the stabbing of Robert Tabyron Jacobs, 22, of Annapolis, who survived the attack.
SPORTS
By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | November 19, 2000
The memories stretch back a long way at Memory Lane Farm. For more than two decades, Elaine and Nick Bassford bred winning thoroughbreds at their farm in Davidsonville. But in two weeks, the Bassfords will end their breeding operation by selling their 22 broodmares and weanlings at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic mixed sale Dec. 3-5 at Timoniun. "Everything is growing up around us," Elaine Bassford said of their Anne Arundel County neighborhood. "We're also getting older. We just have to make a change.
NEWS
May 23, 2000
The Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks will offer a drawing, watercolors and acrylic painting class from 9:15 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. Fridays, beginning this week, at 50+ Center, 6600 Cradlerock Way. Carol Zikawill teach the class. Registration is required. The cost is $33 for ages 60 and older and $48 for ages 18 to 59. Information: 410-313-7279. Births Tyler Jason: To Keith and Dana Curtissof Owen Brown on April 5. Mikayla Elizabeth: To Curtis and Erica Barnardof Kings Contrivance on April 12. Around town Garden expo: Columbia Association will hold a Home and Garden Expo from noon to 6 p.m. June 3 at Lake Elkhorn Park in Owen Brown.
NEWS
May 21, 2000
Basketball Outdoor league: Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks is accepting team registration for summer men's leagues. The cost is $425. Registration is due Friday. Information: 410-313-4658. Children's activities Summer camp: Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks will offer "Fun in the Sun" camp for second-to fifth-graders. Activities include games, outdoor exploration, boating, arts and crafts. Camp begins June 26. The cost is $100. Information: 410-313-4721.
BUSINESS
April 4, 2007
Chess Communications Group appointed Todd E. Kogan as director of business development for the East Baltimore-based agency. The Artemis Group named Louise L. Hayman to the staff of the Annapolis public affairs consulting firm as a senior consultant. She served as director of communications for former Maryland Comptroller William Donald Schaefer. Health care PRO Physical Therapy appointed Steve Montalvo as director of its Havre de Grace facility. Mosaic Community Services named Oleg Tarkovsky as director of its mental health clinics in Timonium, Randallstown and Catonsville.
SPORTS
By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | November 19, 2000
The memories stretch back a long way at Memory Lane Farm. For more than two decades, Elaine and Nick Bassford bred winning thoroughbreds at their farm in Davidsonville. But in two weeks, the Bassfords will end their breeding operation by selling their 22 broodmares and weanlings at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic mixed sale Dec. 3-5 at Timoniun. "Everything is growing up around us," Elaine Bassford said of their Anne Arundel County neighborhood. "We're also getting older. We just have to make a change.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,SUN STAFF | April 16, 2000
New stores, specialty shops and restaurants under way or on the drawing board would add more than 1 million square feet of retail space to Baltimore's core over the next three years and expand the retail district well beyond its existing boundaries. From Baltimore's west side to east of the Inner Harbor and up North Charles Street, developers are scrambling to channel shopping into mostly street-level space in proposed new or renovated apartment and office buildings and hotels. If all seven major projects now planned succeed, retail space downtown would double, with stores and restaurants spreading well beyond the Inner Harbor, says the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore Inc. The group is launching its first effort to attract national retail chains.
BUSINESS
By Kevin L. McQuaid and Kevin L. McQuaid,SUN STAFF | December 11, 1998
Peter G. Angelos yesterday unveiled a comprehensive revitalization for One Charles Center, two years after the Baltimore lawyer purchased the 22-story skyscraper that helped spark downtown's renaissance.Angelos' real estate arm, Artemis Management & Development Inc., plans to begin work next spring on the elevated plaza surrounding the 100 N. Charles St. building, adding glass on its ground level, as well as lighting, window tinting, cleaning and other improvements.In all, Angelos intends to spend $12 million to add parking, retail and restaurant space, and a new stairwell and entrance to the 320,000-square-foot building, which was completed in 1963.
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