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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | June 12, 1996
It took about the same time for "The Match" for the National Prep Team Tennis Championship to be decided yesterday as it took to read this far. Deerfield Academy coach Jay Morsuch wasn't kidding when he sent word out of the hills of Western Massachusetts last week that "we have depth."Host McDonogh and Deerfield, both unbeaten through three matches after the morning pairings, squared off first in three doubles pairings worth one point. McDonogh's top tandem of Nick Colvin and Chris Chiu bested Ogden Phipps and Nick Aquavella in a pro set, 8-5, then the cheering stopped.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2011
Jacques Kelly takes readers back to the corner of Barclay and 29th streets, and the summertime appearances of the American Ice Company truck. He also takes them inside the Snack and Chat Shop, which "offered pickled onions, Utz potato chips, Mary Janes (the molasses candy), malted milk balls, Hendler's strawberry ice cream, TastyKake Creamies, Camels, Chesterfields and Luckies, plus Maryland Chief canned tomatoes and money orders, too. " Here's Jacques story . Karen Nitkin has a Daytrip feature on the Big Apple Barbecue Block Party , which is going on this weekend.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | June 13, 1996
While Deerfield Academy once again was proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that it was the class of the inaugural National Prep Team Championships, the tourney within a tourney raged on yesterday to an exciting finale.Still in danger of losing out on the bowl going to the runner-up team in the event, host McDonogh didn't pull clear of Greenhill School of Texas and win, 4-3, until its No. 2 player, Chris Chiu, squeezed by Ted Bowie, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2. It capped a 26-0 season for the freshman, who took 52 of 54 sets.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2011
The entrance into Joey Chiu's — a wide wooden bridge spanning a rapid stream — is bewitchingly pretty. I can't think of a restaurant that makes a better first impression. I felt just as good about Joey Chiu's when I left. Charming is as charming does. Joey Chiu's occupies what is actually an addition on the back of a drab building. The building is drab, but the addition is swell. If you ran a restaurant, the structure's clean, contemporary lines and dramatic wall of windows might inspire you to cram it full of midcentury modern furniture.
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By Mark Hoeflich and Mark Hoeflich,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 16, 1997
It took almost the entire season, but McDonogh sophomore Chris Chiu finally found redemption yesterday at the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference tennis finals.Chiu's only loss during the regular season came against Loyola's Kevin Strouse, the tournament's top-seeded singles player, on April 3, so Chiu was eager for a rematch in yesterday's No. 1 singles final.In the end, Chiu not only claimed his first singles title with a 6-3, 6-2 victory but also erased the memory of his first defeat in high school competition.
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By Wallace Matthews and Wallace Matthews,Newsday | November 14, 1991
NEW YORK -- Does Mike Tyson have a sore left mitt to go along with his tender rib cage?That was a rumor many boxing reporters spent the better part of yesterday chasing down. And even after Tyson's hand specialist, Dr. David Chiu of Manhattan, returned repeated calls late last night, the question remained unanswered, although an administrator at Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital, where Chiu is affiliated, said Tyson had been there Tuesday night but was not admitted. Other hospital sources said they believe Tyson was there for examination of an injured hand.
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By From Staff Reports | February 19, 1994
All but three years of a 20-year prison sentence were suspended yesterday for a Baltimore woman who pleaded guilty to child abuse in the starvation death of her 2-month-old daughter."
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April 28, 1999
Monica JanowitzC. Milton Wright, lacrosseThe sophomore goalie made 23 saves in two games to lead the No. 12-ranked Mustangs (5-1-1) to their first top 15 ranking this spring. Janowitz, in her first season as a starter, made 12 saves in an 8-6 upset of then-No. 8 Liberty and had 11 in a 16-5 victory over North Harford. She played only four games in the goal last year, ending the season as an attack reserve for the state-finalist Mustangs.Josh CohnSt. Paul's, tennisThe senior defeated reigning Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference champ Andy Kolker, of Gilman, and MIAA A Conference runner-up Chris Chiu, of McDonogh.
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By Team chosen and capsules compiled by Jeff Seidel | June 7, 1997
Coach of the YearDon Rickels, Boys' Latin: After losing all 10 matches last year, Rickels' Lakers rallied to go 6-4 this season and make the MIAA A Conference playoffs. The 0-10 mark last year was in the team's first year in A Conference play, and Rickels helped his team work all year to improve. The players began taking lessons last summer, stepped it up in November, and the work paid off. Rickels felt confident heading into the season and hoped for .500, but never thought his team could do this.
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By ELIZABETH LARGE | March 15, 1992
The dish that epitomizes Joey Chiu's Greenspring Inn for me is a house specialty: broiled sirloin steak, served with sauteed snow peas and fried rice, for $17.95. The large cut of prime-quality beef comes charred and rare, sliced through to save you the trouble of cutting it yourself and handsomely arranged with the snow peas and rice. It's about as Chinese as the restaurant's name itself, or the Key lime cheesecake offered for dessert. But with -- say -- bowls of hot and sour soup as a first course, it would make a fine dinner for two.My point is that in the newest of his three Baltimore-area restaurants, Mr. Chiu has outdone himself with what he does best: offering the kind of food Americans love with an Oriental accent to it -- and offering that food in swanky, comfortable, have-a-glass-of-chardonnay-with-your-egg-rolls surroundings.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2011
This Sunday's review of Joey Chiu's Greenspring Inn, which will be celebrating its 20th annivesary later this summer. Some things have staying power, others don't. Also in 1991, John Steven Ltd. opened its garden and added table service. Leilani's Restaurant opened in the Scarlett O'Hara space on Antique Row, Weber's on Boston opened in what would become a notoroius Canton restaurant space, Grand Central (né Grand Central) opened in Mt. Vernon and a black-tie gathering atteneded the opening of Hackerman House at the Walters Art Museum (then, Gallery)
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 5, 2003
The area around Exeter Street is a happenin' place to be these days. What with new office buildings and residences sprouting up, businesses like Bin 604 Wine Sellers and Whole Foods Market have found a ready and waiting clientele. And what hip locale doesn't come with its own sushi joint? Enter -- this week, in fact -- Chiu's Sushi Japanese Restaurant. Right next door to the aforementioned wine shop on Exeter Street in the Inner Harbor east. Chiu's may be the new kid on the block, but its owner has been around it a few times.
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April 28, 1999
Monica JanowitzC. Milton Wright, lacrosseThe sophomore goalie made 23 saves in two games to lead the No. 12-ranked Mustangs (5-1-1) to their first top 15 ranking this spring. Janowitz, in her first season as a starter, made 12 saves in an 8-6 upset of then-No. 8 Liberty and had 11 in a 16-5 victory over North Harford. She played only four games in the goal last year, ending the season as an attack reserve for the state-finalist Mustangs.Josh CohnSt. Paul's, tennisThe senior defeated reigning Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference champ Andy Kolker, of Gilman, and MIAA A Conference runner-up Chris Chiu, of McDonogh.
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By Jeff Seidel | June 5, 1998
Coach of YearJim Busick, Gilman: Busick was watching his team play McDonogh during the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship match when he was asked for his feelings about the Greyhounds. "They're probably better than we are," said Busick, "but we really played well as a team." The Greyhounds ended McDonogh's six-year hold on the A Conference title with a 4-2 victory in the championship match. Despite losing at Nos. 1 and 2 singles, Gilman rallied and won the other three -- including two matches Busick's players had lost in the A Conference tournament just three days earlier -- plus clinching the crown with a victory in doubles.
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By Mark Hoeflich and Mark Hoeflich,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 16, 1997
It took almost the entire season, but McDonogh sophomore Chris Chiu finally found redemption yesterday at the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference tennis finals.Chiu's only loss during the regular season came against Loyola's Kevin Strouse, the tournament's top-seeded singles player, on April 3, so Chiu was eager for a rematch in yesterday's No. 1 singles final.In the end, Chiu not only claimed his first singles title with a 6-3, 6-2 victory but also erased the memory of his first defeat in high school competition.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | June 13, 1996
While Deerfield Academy once again was proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that it was the class of the inaugural National Prep Team Championships, the tourney within a tourney raged on yesterday to an exciting finale.Still in danger of losing out on the bowl going to the runner-up team in the event, host McDonogh didn't pull clear of Greenhill School of Texas and win, 4-3, until its No. 2 player, Chris Chiu, squeezed by Ted Bowie, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2. It capped a 26-0 season for the freshman, who took 52 of 54 sets.
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By LAURA CHARLES | October 13, 1991
CASTING-OFF: CBS roving correspondent Charles Kuralt will be on hand for a fun-filled "Save Our Skipjacks" gala Nov. 2 at the Stouffer Harborplace Hotel.The seafaring event is being organized by the Lady Maryland Foundation to help with the restoration of the 25 remaining historic skipjack vessels. There will be plenty of regional cuisine at the bash, plus three bands for an enjoyable evening. If you'd like to attend, call 685-0295.REEL PEOPLE: Baltimore-based Laureen Benson-Hall, who owns and runs L. B. H. Seminars, an acting workshop business when she's not appearing in national commercials or feature films, has started a new venture.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | June 12, 1996
It took about the same time for "The Match" for the National Prep Team Tennis Championship to be decided yesterday as it took to read this far. Deerfield Academy coach Jay Morsuch wasn't kidding when he sent word out of the hills of Western Massachusetts last week that "we have depth."Host McDonogh and Deerfield, both unbeaten through three matches after the morning pairings, squared off first in three doubles pairings worth one point. McDonogh's top tandem of Nick Colvin and Chris Chiu bested Ogden Phipps and Nick Aquavella in a pro set, 8-5, then the cheering stopped.
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