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By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 20, 2001
The menu for Vennari's Pizza and Subs claims the restaurant is the "first and best in Columbia," but co-owner Manoj Kapur admits there were other pizza parlors in town when his cousin purchased the business 13 years ago. Dining: From pizza to buffalo wings, Vennari's in Columbia's Oakland Mills Village Center sets a high standard for itself. "The main thing is that we're the best because this is our challenge," Kapur says. However, Vennari's is the only pizza place in Oakland Mills Village Center, and it probably always has been.
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By Gus G. Sentementes, The Baltimore Sun | June 5, 2012
The head of Wings to Go, a Buffalo wings franchise restaurant company based in Severna Park that has outlets in 12 states and Washington, was indicted Tuesday for embezzling $885,000 from the company — money that he allegedly used to pay for telephone sex and prostitutes, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Baltimore. Mark Chandler Goodnow, 55, of Pasadena, faces one count of wire fraud for writing hundreds of corporate checks from 2006 to 20011 to pay three Texas women for phone sex, as well as personal expenses for one of the women, the indictment alleges.
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BUSINESS
May 31, 2008
Awards *Saundra McKnight, a caregiver at the Chimes Group Home, has been named Maryland Direct Support Professional of the Year by the American Network of Community Options and Resources. *Remodeling magazine named Fick Bros. Roofing & Exterior Remodeling Co. winner of a 2008 Big50 award for exemplary business practices, quality workmanship and customer service. Contracts *Lockheed Martin and its Japan-based trading partner Itochu have been contracted to provide two additional biological aerosol warning systems to the Japan Ground Self Defense Force.
BUSINESS
May 31, 2008
Awards *Saundra McKnight, a caregiver at the Chimes Group Home, has been named Maryland Direct Support Professional of the Year by the American Network of Community Options and Resources. *Remodeling magazine named Fick Bros. Roofing & Exterior Remodeling Co. winner of a 2008 Big50 award for exemplary business practices, quality workmanship and customer service. Contracts *Lockheed Martin and its Japan-based trading partner Itochu have been contracted to provide two additional biological aerosol warning systems to the Japan Ground Self Defense Force.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Robin Tunnicliff Reid and Robin Tunnicliff Reid,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 6, 2001
FRIED PICKLES and sour beef do not sound appealing, especially to two adults and two young budding foodies not from Baltimore. But trying such things is what makes restaurant reviews work. So four of us found ourselves recently ordering fried pickles and sour beef at the Silver Spring Mining Co.'s outpost in Bel Air. To ensure that we didn't leave appalled and/or starving, we rounded the meal out with a few sure bets - buffalo wings, barbecued ribs and a Caesar salad - and some other dishes.
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By Mike Dunne and Mike Dunne,McClatchy News Service | January 26, 1994
Good grief, Buffalo wings and chili. Again.Kid yourself all you want about the game being the focal point on Super Bowl Sunday. In reality, however, the Super Bowl party is the big thing, if for no other reason than it marks the end of the holiday season that began with Halloween. It's our last chance until next fall to indulge shamelessly in a festive national pig-out.But Buffalo wings for a fourth straight year? Thanks, but let's pass.And while Dallas partisans would have us believe that chili is de rigueur whenever the Cowboys are in the Super Bowl, the truth is that chili is America's food, and has been a staple of Super Bowl parties since long before Dallas ever got to its first championship game.
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By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,Sun Staff Writer | March 15, 1995
One thing you can learn pretty quickly from a Buffalo wing taste-off: People feel strongly about their wings. They expect moist, meaty chicken, plenty of sauce, and flavor that makes them sit up and take notice. They also want pretty good blue cheese dressing and nice, crisp celery on the side.In an informal taste test we sampled wings from seven pizza and fast-food places: Domino's, Little Caesar's, Pizzeria Uno Chicago Bar & Grill, Pizza Hut, A-1 Pizza and Subs, Wings to Go and Kentucky Fried Chicken.
NEWS
By Gus G. Sentementes, The Baltimore Sun | June 5, 2012
The head of Wings to Go, a Buffalo wings franchise restaurant company based in Severna Park that has outlets in 12 states and Washington, was indicted Tuesday for embezzling $885,000 from the company — money that he allegedly used to pay for telephone sex and prostitutes, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Baltimore. Mark Chandler Goodnow, 55, of Pasadena, faces one count of wire fraud for writing hundreds of corporate checks from 2006 to 20011 to pay three Texas women for phone sex, as well as personal expenses for one of the women, the indictment alleges.
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By JoAnna Daemmrich and JoAnna Daemmrich,Staff writer | June 19, 1991
They're hotter than Georgia asphalt at high noon.They make grownmen cry.They're not so much sexy as scorching. Novice customers who try Glen Burnie's latest delicacy -- super spicy, Buffalo-style chicken wings -- often end up gasping for a drink of water. Even the pros have been known to wince.Inside Wings to Go, a tiny take-out next to Parie's Honey Bee Liquors, the air is heavy with the smell of hot sauce.Eric Weaver, a native of a town 16 miles outside Buffalo, N.Y.,stands in front of a bubbling deep-fryer and watches a half-dozen chicken wings turn golden brown.
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By Dave Barry and Dave Barry,Knight-Ridder News Service | September 1, 1996
PEOPLE OFTEN ASK ME how America became the world's greatest economic power, as measured in Remote Control Units Per Household (RCUPH). My answer is: "Inventions."Americans have always been great inventors. To cite one historic example:Back in 1879, a young man named Thomas Alva Edison was trying to develop a new light source. One day he was messing around in his laboratory with some filaments, when suddenly a thought struck him: The letters in "Thomas Alva Edison" could be rearranged to spell "Do Have Salami Snot."
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By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 20, 2001
The menu for Vennari's Pizza and Subs claims the restaurant is the "first and best in Columbia," but co-owner Manoj Kapur admits there were other pizza parlors in town when his cousin purchased the business 13 years ago. Dining: From pizza to buffalo wings, Vennari's in Columbia's Oakland Mills Village Center sets a high standard for itself. "The main thing is that we're the best because this is our challenge," Kapur says. However, Vennari's is the only pizza place in Oakland Mills Village Center, and it probably always has been.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Robin Tunnicliff Reid and Robin Tunnicliff Reid,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 6, 2001
FRIED PICKLES and sour beef do not sound appealing, especially to two adults and two young budding foodies not from Baltimore. But trying such things is what makes restaurant reviews work. So four of us found ourselves recently ordering fried pickles and sour beef at the Silver Spring Mining Co.'s outpost in Bel Air. To ensure that we didn't leave appalled and/or starving, we rounded the meal out with a few sure bets - buffalo wings, barbecued ribs and a Caesar salad - and some other dishes.
FEATURES
By Dave Barry and Dave Barry,Knight-Ridder News Service | September 1, 1996
PEOPLE OFTEN ASK ME how America became the world's greatest economic power, as measured in Remote Control Units Per Household (RCUPH). My answer is: "Inventions."Americans have always been great inventors. To cite one historic example:Back in 1879, a young man named Thomas Alva Edison was trying to develop a new light source. One day he was messing around in his laboratory with some filaments, when suddenly a thought struck him: The letters in "Thomas Alva Edison" could be rearranged to spell "Do Have Salami Snot."
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By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,Sun Staff Writer | March 15, 1995
One thing you can learn pretty quickly from a Buffalo wing taste-off: People feel strongly about their wings. They expect moist, meaty chicken, plenty of sauce, and flavor that makes them sit up and take notice. They also want pretty good blue cheese dressing and nice, crisp celery on the side.In an informal taste test we sampled wings from seven pizza and fast-food places: Domino's, Little Caesar's, Pizzeria Uno Chicago Bar & Grill, Pizza Hut, A-1 Pizza and Subs, Wings to Go and Kentucky Fried Chicken.
FEATURES
By Mike Dunne and Mike Dunne,McClatchy News Service | January 26, 1994
Good grief, Buffalo wings and chili. Again.Kid yourself all you want about the game being the focal point on Super Bowl Sunday. In reality, however, the Super Bowl party is the big thing, if for no other reason than it marks the end of the holiday season that began with Halloween. It's our last chance until next fall to indulge shamelessly in a festive national pig-out.But Buffalo wings for a fourth straight year? Thanks, but let's pass.And while Dallas partisans would have us believe that chili is de rigueur whenever the Cowboys are in the Super Bowl, the truth is that chili is America's food, and has been a staple of Super Bowl parties since long before Dallas ever got to its first championship game.
NEWS
By JoAnna Daemmrich and JoAnna Daemmrich,Staff writer | June 19, 1991
They're hotter than Georgia asphalt at high noon.They make grownmen cry.They're not so much sexy as scorching. Novice customers who try Glen Burnie's latest delicacy -- super spicy, Buffalo-style chicken wings -- often end up gasping for a drink of water. Even the pros have been known to wince.Inside Wings to Go, a tiny take-out next to Parie's Honey Bee Liquors, the air is heavy with the smell of hot sauce.Eric Weaver, a native of a town 16 miles outside Buffalo, N.Y.,stands in front of a bubbling deep-fryer and watches a half-dozen chicken wings turn golden brown.
NEWS
By [Michael Dresser] | April 11, 2007
2006 Alice White Chardonnay From: South Eastern Australia Price: $7 Serve with: Crab dip, fried calamari, Buffalo wings This is not an outstanding chardonnay. It is an outstanding $7 wine. It delivers a clean, pure and simple version of this varietal, with none of the heavy or overripe flavors that can creep into Australian chardonnay. It's on the light side, with the typical chardonnay flavors of lemon, apple, nuts and spice. Restaurants should check out this widely available brand.
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By Jody K. Vilschick and Jody K. Vilschick,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 3, 2002
Of the 101 menu items at Champps Americana, all but six are made from scratch by chefs. "Our pride is our scratch kitchen," says Robert Glen, general manager of Champps Americana, one of the new restaurants that opened recently adjacent to The Mall in Columbia. Champps' menu features American cuisine, and the restaurant offers "upscale casual dining," according to Glen. Appetizers include Crab Bread (French bread layered with spicy crab salad and a blend of cheeses, baked and served with a side of marinara)
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