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By John E. McIntyre and The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2012
The locust trees are in bloom today. That's the black locust,  Robinia pseudoacacia , one of the last trees to bloom. In eastern Kentucky, where the tree is plentiful, those delicate white blossoms perfume the countryside, and it is by their appearance that I know that spring has well and truly arrived.  Duty has be editing copy for the forthcoming  Sun Magazine issue commemorating the paper's 175th anniversary (I got to edit...
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By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2014
Date: March 23 Her story: Tiane Johnson, 32, grew up in Washington. She attended Goucher College in Towson, where she received a bachelor's degree in communications, and then graduated with a master's degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park. She is a media coordinator at the CNN Washington bureau. Her parents, Diane Johnson Arrington and Kenny Arrington, live in Seat Pleasant. His story: Charles Austin, 33, grew up in Columbia.
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NEWS
March 5, 2005
On March 2, 2005, MINNIE BLOOM (nee Yospa), beloved wife of the late Leon Bloom; beloved mother of Paula Mazor of Lutherville MD, Irwin Bloom of Reisterstown MD, and Morris Bloom of Owings Mills, MD; devoted mother-in-law of Donald Mazor, Arlene Bloom and Susan Bloom; devoted sister of Belle Ruthenberg and the late Joseph, Samuel and Benjamin Yospa; loving grandmother of Brian Mazor, Jody Kropp, Andrew, Kortnee, Jason, Brad and Erin Bloom; loving great-grandmother...
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | April 11, 2014
As temperatures rise consistently into the 60s and 70s, spring blooms are bursting around the region -- elevating levels of tree and grass pollen. Tree pollen -- including cedar, maple, elm, poplar, beech, sycamore, willow and oak -- surged to high levels of concentration Friday, according to readings taken by allergists Drs. Golden & Matz LLC . The tree pollen count hit 620, a measure of the number of pollen spores per cubic meter. Grass pollen reached a count of 7 and weeds reached 16, both in the moderate range.
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May 3, 2003
On April 30, 2003 SUSAN BLOOM beloved soulmate of Benjamin Buchwald; loving sister of Jerry Bloom and Steven Bloom; devoted sister-in-law of Rebecca Bloom and Rachel Bloom; beloved daughter of Jack and Sandy (nee Auerbach) Bloom; loving aunt of Samantha, Eric, Hannah and Molly Bloom. Services at Sol Levinson & Bros. Home, 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Friday, May 2 at 3 p.m. Interment Anshe Emunah-(Aitz Chaim) Congregation Cemetery, 3901 Washington Blvd. In lieu of flowers contributions in her memory may be directed to the Susan Bloom Found.
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February 2, 2005
On Monday, January 31, 2005, MORRIS BLOOM, beloved husband of Belle Bloom (nee Vodenos) and the late Helen Bloom (nee Friedman); loving father of Alan Bloom, Dr. Ira Bloom, and Robert Bloom, all of Baltimore, MD; father-in-law of Lynn Reichel Bloom, Lynn Zemel Bloom and Ann Bloom; devoted brother of Irene Goldstein, of Potomac, MD, and the late Leo Bloom and Herman Bloom; loving grandfather of Heather King, Marni Connolly, Hilary Klondar, Dana Kunzelman, Jason...
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November 21, 2005
On Sunday, November 20, 2005 HAROLD (HESH) BLOOM; beloved brother of the late Nathan (Nick) Bloom, Hyman Bloom, Gertrude Singer, Dorothy Kaplan, Ann Cammaratta, Clara Federman, August Bloom, Arthur Bloom and Beatrice Berger. Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews and many deaar friends. Funeral Services and Interment will be held at Anshe Emunah Aitz Chaim Congregation Cemetery, 3901 Washington Blvd. on Tuesday, November 22 at 11 A.M. Please omit flowers.
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April 6, 2006
RUTH BLOOM (nee Rudnick) beloved wife of the late Myer. Devoted mother of Barbara Tuber (Louis deceased). Howard Bloom (Joyce) and Ava Lenet (Dr. Marc). Loving grandmother of Kevin (Sheila) and Vicki Margolis, Ryan (Melissa) and Steven Lenet (Emanda), Cathy Polakoff (Matthew) and Kenneth Bloom; great-grandmother of Brian and Kaitlyn Margolis and Jacob Lenet. Dear sister of Leon Rudnick (deceased) and Ida Norr (deceased). Services were held Tuesday, April 4 at Berkowitz-Kumin-Bookatz Memorial Chapel in Cleveland (800-448-2210)
EXPLORE
By Mike Giuliano | June 21, 2011
Like "The Secret Garden" that gives this 1991 Broadway musical its title, the production at Cockpit in Court Summer Theatre takes a while to blossom. It has its share of vocal highlights and always remains enjoyable, but the story's powerful emotions are fitfully conveyed before finally coming across with full force at the end. The reason partly lies in the musical itself. Based on the beloved 1911 children's novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, the story concerns a 10-year-old girl, Mary Lennox, who is orphaned when her parents suddenly die in India.
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By Dennis Bishop and Dennis Bishop,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 30, 2001
Q. Our rhododendron usually blooms in mid-spring, but this year it began blooming during the first week of December. Will it rebloom in the spring? A. The warm fall weather triggered the out-of-season blooming of your rhododendron. However, most rhododendrons bloom over a period of several weeks and contain buds in various stages of development. Some of the less mature buds may not be ready to bloom yet and will remain on the plant. If this is the case, you may get a sparse flowering from these buds in the spring, but I would not expect your rhododendron to develop any new flower buds.
ENTERTAINMENT
Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2014
The Mount Washington restaurant formerly known as Ethel & Ramone's will reopen Tuesday as Ethel's Creole Kitchen, according to Edward M. Bloom, the restaurant's executive chef and co-owner. The restaurant closed for renovations last fall, months after Bloom and his partner, Jeff Berkow, purchased the Sulgrave Avenue building that they had been leasing. Berkow opened a coffee and tea room in the building back in 1993. Bloom joined him in 1999, and together they relaunched the business as Ethel & Ramone's.
BUSINESS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2014
Stephanie and Jake Martin didn't have to wait long to sell their rowhouse in Baltimore's Canton neighborhood - they had a contract in three days. But buying a new place proved a bit more difficult. The Martins searched for months around Homeland in Baltimore and in Stoneleigh near Towson, but there wasn't much to see. One property that caught their eye ended up with something like a dozen offers. The couple ultimately snapped up a house in Homeland the day before it was listed for sale - thanks to a tip from friends across the street.
FEATURES
By Ellen Nibali, For The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
As soon as I brought my Christmas cactus indoors, it budded. It has finished blooming before Thanksgiving! How can I slow it down next year? Night temperatures of 50-55 degrees initiate bud formation on this jungle cactus, also known as Thanksgiving cactus, Easter cactus, and Claw cactus. Next year, bring it in before nights get cool — late summer or very early fall. Those grown indoors year-round or brought in for the winter can be encouraged to bloom by giving them about 13 hours of darkness nightly.
ENTERTAINMENT
Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2013
Ethel & Ramone's in Mount Washington will reopen early next year as Ethel's Creole Kitchen. The restaurant is currently closed for renovations. Until recently, the restaurant's operators, Edward M. Bloom and Jeff Berkow, had been leasing their space. Bloom purchased the building in July. The Sulgrave Avenue eatery has evolved over the years from its 1993 origins as a coffee and tea room. The biggest change was in 1999, when Bloom joined original owner Berkow and helped re-launch the space as Ethel & Ramone's, a specialist in Cajun and Creole food.
NEWS
By Mary Johnson, For the Baltimore Sun | October 10, 2013
The current 2nd Star production of "Little Shop of Horrors" is a neatly timed early Halloween treat for the family that ranks well among the three recent offerings of this play in our area, including Infinity Theatre's professional version two seasons back. Everything works well for 2nd Star, from the ensemble's strong singing and dancing to fun choreography; from first-rate direction to the skilled work of pit orchestra musicians; from the creative set design to the professional sound and lighting we've come to expect at Bowie Playhouse.
NEWS
July 29, 2013
The dog days of summer are upon us, and most Marylanders are more inclined to reach for beach-friendly paperbacks than a 265-page treatise on climate change. That's a shame, because the latest effort to address greenhouse gas emissions in Maryland - an ambitious plan released last week by Gov. Martin O'Malley - ought to be required reading, particularly by those who dismiss such efforts as too costly or unnecessary. Here's the CliffsNotes version: Climate change is real, it's accelerating, it's potentially disastrous, and Maryland, with its hundreds of miles of coastline, wetlands and coastal development, is more vulnerable than most.
FEATURES
By Liz Atwood, For The Baltimore Sun | July 11, 2013
Harry and Cristina Quigley's garden grew from the inside out. The couple purchased a Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home in the shady neighborhood Poplar Hill in North Baltimore in 1996 and found themselves looking out on a bland landscape of trees and grass. "We became gardeners because we wanted to look at something nice outside," Cristina Quigley says. "We were total novices. " They first tackled a steep slope in the front of their home that was difficult to mow. They ripped up the grass and put in rhododendron and some short-lived plants that Cristina Quigley barely remembers.
NEWS
By Jules Witcover | June 21, 2013
There is something about the start of a second presidential term that induces talk and speculation about the incumbent's eventual "legacy. " Such notions are usually based on the president's accomplishments in the first term, plus expectations -- or fears -- of what might yet come. In most cases in recent times, the optimism that greeted the first term was dampened somewhat by the beginning of the second term. Bad economic times, war or other foreign policy intrusion, or some personal presidential shortcoming had taken a toll.
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