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February 16, 2006
On February 12, 2006, BERNARDOGARCIA, beloved husband of Kattileene "Kitty" Garcia (nee Smith), devoted father of Bernardo Garcia, Jr., Douglas Stevens, Robert Stevens, Joyce Taylor, John Horton and Patricia Dolly, dear brother of Evangelia Mazquiz, Lewis Garcia and Josephine Gonzales. Also survived by 19 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the family owned BRUZDZINSKI FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex at Route 702 (Beltway exit 36) on Thursday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral service on Friday at 11 A.M. Entombment Holly Hill Memorial Gardens.
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By Molly Dillon and Molly Dillon,special to the sun | April 11, 2008
Red lights slowly rise on a group of boys with their backs to the audience. Tension and anger are in the air. As another group of boys walk through wearing different colors, the first group "gallantly" lets them pass. This was the beginning of Centennial High School's West Side Story. The Jets, a gang in New York City, are preparing to negotiate the terms for a rumble with the Sharks, a rival gang. They meet at a dance at the gym, where Tony, a Jet who just isn't as angry as he used to be, first lays eyes on Maria, the younger sister of the Sharks' leader.
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By Martin C. Evans | June 14, 1991
To listen to his friends and enemies, Charles M. Bernardo is either a brilliant innovator or a poisonous provocateur.Whether either perception is true is a question that members of the Baltimore school board will have to answer before deciding whether to place the future of Baltimore's 108,000 schoolchildren in his hands.But there is no question that he is controversial.As superintendent of schools in Providence, R.I., in the early 1970s, he antagonized teachers by instituting classroom techniques that they said reduced their role to that of a robot.
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February 16, 2006
On February 12, 2006, BERNARDOGARCIA, beloved husband of Kattileene "Kitty" Garcia (nee Smith), devoted father of Bernardo Garcia, Jr., Douglas Stevens, Robert Stevens, Joyce Taylor, John Horton and Patricia Dolly, dear brother of Evangelia Mazquiz, Lewis Garcia and Josephine Gonzales. Also survived by 19 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the family owned BRUZDZINSKI FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex at Route 702 (Beltway exit 36) on Thursday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral service on Friday at 11 A.M. Entombment Holly Hill Memorial Gardens.
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By McClatchy News Service | March 3, 1993
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- All Greg Bernardo remembers is a hazy figure through the fog and snow.Her name was Irene and she was friendly, and Mr. Bernardo is certain she saved his life. When she disappeared in the thick blackness of a winter night, he realized she was a figment of his imagination."I remember dark hair, and the name Irene sticks in my mind," the 40-year-old expert skier said Monday, still a little amazed at the apparition that prodded him to build a snow cave and rest when he was lost.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | April 19, 2004
Life and death imitate art in Family Plots, a reality TV series premiering tonight on the A&E cable channel. In much the same fashion as HBO's acclaimed Six Feet Under, which takes a fictional look at life inside a family-run funeral home in Southern California, Family Plots takes viewers backstage at the Poway Bernardo Mortuary, a real family-run funeral home in San Diego. Does television really need another reality series - let alone one featuring cadavers, body bags, leaking bodily fluids, caskets and graves?
NEWS
June 14, 1991
Three new names have been added to Baltimore's list of finalists for school superintendent -- former state schools chief David W. Hornbeck, a former Montgomery County schools superintendent, Charles M. Bernardo, and a city associate superintendent, Patsy Baker Blackshear.Two other finalists -- Lillian Gonzalez, an assistant school superintendent in the District of Columbia, and Walter G. Amprey, an associate superintendent in Baltimore County -- were retained from a short list of candidates selected in April.
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March 14, 2004
On March 11, 2004 TIMOTHY M. KENNARD, beloved husband of Cathy Di Bernardo-Kennard; devoted father of Dylan Clayton Kennard; devoted step-father of Nicholas Di Bernardo and Brooke Wesley; beloved son of Dorothea Kennard Little and the late Clayton E. Kennard; loving brother of Christina Harris and her husband Robert, Toni Krometis and her husband Evan, and Dorothea Chiamulera and her husband Paul; dear uncle of Patrick and Anne Harris, Evan Jr. and Tim...
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By Ron Cassie and Ron Cassie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 26, 2003
ALLENTOWN, Pa. - For the second straight year the Johns Hopkins football team took a perfect record into its game with conference rival Muhlenberg, and for the second straight year the Blue Jays left once beaten. Hopkins rallied yesterday but could not overcome a pair of first-half touchdowns from Muhlenberg tailback Matt Bernardo and lost, 14-6. Bernardo, who missed the last 2 1/2 games with an injured shoulder, set Centennial Conference marks with the 61st and 62nd touchdowns of his career.
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June 18, 1998
Ginette Mathiot,91, the best-selling French author of millions of cookbooks sold worldwide, died Sunday in Paris.Her "Je Sais Cuisiner," (I know how to cook) was a bible for generations of French homemakers preparing everything from lobster bisque to crepe suzette.First published in 1932, it sold more than 5 million copies, translated into English, Spanish, Russian, Swedish, Serbo-Croatian and Japanese.Bernardo Yorba,77, a descendant of an 18th-century Spanish soldier who was awarded tens of thousands of acres of land in what is now Orange County, died Saturday in Los Angeles.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | April 19, 2004
Life and death imitate art in Family Plots, a reality TV series premiering tonight on the A&E cable channel. In much the same fashion as HBO's acclaimed Six Feet Under, which takes a fictional look at life inside a family-run funeral home in Southern California, Family Plots takes viewers backstage at the Poway Bernardo Mortuary, a real family-run funeral home in San Diego. Does television really need another reality series - let alone one featuring cadavers, body bags, leaking bodily fluids, caskets and graves?
NEWS
March 14, 2004
On March 11, 2004 TIMOTHY M. KENNARD, beloved husband of Cathy Di Bernardo-Kennard; devoted father of Dylan Clayton Kennard; devoted step-father of Nicholas Di Bernardo and Brooke Wesley; beloved son of Dorothea Kennard Little and the late Clayton E. Kennard; loving brother of Christina Harris and her husband Robert, Toni Krometis and her husband Evan, and Dorothea Chiamulera and her husband Paul; dear uncle of Patrick and Anne Harris, Evan Jr. and Tim...
SPORTS
By Ron Cassie and Ron Cassie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 26, 2003
ALLENTOWN, Pa. - For the second straight year the Johns Hopkins football team took a perfect record into its game with conference rival Muhlenberg, and for the second straight year the Blue Jays left once beaten. Hopkins rallied yesterday but could not overcome a pair of first-half touchdowns from Muhlenberg tailback Matt Bernardo and lost, 14-6. Bernardo, who missed the last 2 1/2 games with an injured shoulder, set Centennial Conference marks with the 61st and 62nd touchdowns of his career.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | October 11, 2002
Hours before his team was to play in its second consecutive nationally televised night game Sunday, Ravens linebacker Bernardo Harris sat inconspicuously in a downtown Cleveland sports restaurant amid a host of Browns fans watching NFL action. Harris, thankfully, was not recognized as a Raven by any of the patrons. Unfortunately for Harris, he experienced an equal amount of notoriety during the game broadcast later that night. The former Green Bay Packer who recorded 100-plus tackle seasons the previous five years, spent his third game on the inactive list against Cleveland.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | June 5, 2000
The only consensus among scouts concerning today's amateur baseball draft is there's no consensus. Absolutely none. No sure-fire No. 1 pick. No obvious pattern leading to the 14th selection, which belongs to the Orioles. No way of knowing how the proceedings will unfold. It's mostly guesswork at this point. And scouting director Tony DeMacio thought he had a challenge last season, when he held seven of the first 50 picks. "I've talked to other scouting directors," he said. "We're choosing 14th, so we're pretty much right in the middle, and we've got guys in front of us, about five or six, who still don't know what they're going to do. That makes it more difficult for us to get a feel for what might be available to us. We don't have any idea right now."
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By Ann Hornaday and Ann Hornaday,SUN FILM CRITIC | June 11, 1999
"Besieged," a contemporary romantic drama that opens at the Charles today, is full of such forward-thinking flourishes as a peripatetic, hand-held camera, lots of quick, back-and-forth edits and a setting that captures Rome somewhere between its romantic history and its multi-cultural future. But for director Bernardo Bertolucci, his new film was a return of sorts. "It was like shooting a movie at the beginning, at the origin of cinema," Bertolucci said in a telephone conversation from his home in Rome last week.
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By Mark Bomster and Mark Bomster,Evening Sun Staff | June 21, 1991
The first of five finalists for Baltimore school superintendent today began a marathon series of interviews with school and community leaders, as the process of picking a new school chief enters its final phase.Panelists grilled three candidates for more than three hours today at the New Community College of Baltimore's Liberty Campus. The remaining two candidates will undergo the same process tomorrow."People are very interested, the questions are right on target," said Stelios Spiliados, school board vice president and chairman of the search committee, adding that board members were on hand "to see how the candidates will respond to the community."
NEWS
By SARA ENGRAM | July 23, 1995
While Americans titillate themselves with O.J. trivia, Canadians are experiencing somewhat different emotions -- the revulsion and horror of a murder trial even more gripping than the circus in Los Angeles.Whatever he is guilty of, O.J. Simpson is not accused of random violence and murder. His trial fascinates us in large part because of his celebrity status, but also because it touches on the jealousy and rage that, alas, are not uncommon passions between men and women.Canada's notorious murderer, now on trial in a Toronto courtroom, taps even darker fears.
NEWS
June 18, 1998
Ginette Mathiot,91, the best-selling French author of millions of cookbooks sold worldwide, died Sunday in Paris.Her "Je Sais Cuisiner," (I know how to cook) was a bible for generations of French homemakers preparing everything from lobster bisque to crepe suzette.First published in 1932, it sold more than 5 million copies, translated into English, Spanish, Russian, Swedish, Serbo-Croatian and Japanese.Bernardo Yorba,77, a descendant of an 18th-century Spanish soldier who was awarded tens of thousands of acres of land in what is now Orange County, died Saturday in Los Angeles.
NEWS
By SARA ENGRAM | July 23, 1995
While Americans titillate themselves with O.J. trivia, Canadians are experiencing somewhat different emotions -- the revulsion and horror of a murder trial even more gripping than the circus in Los Angeles.Whatever he is guilty of, O.J. Simpson is not accused of random violence and murder. His trial fascinates us in large part because of his celebrity status, but also because it touches on the jealousy and rage that, alas, are not uncommon passions between men and women.Canada's notorious murderer, now on trial in a Toronto courtroom, taps even darker fears.
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