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By Elizabeth Large and By Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | December 1, 2002
When last I ate in the Peabody Court's first-floor restaurant -- in 1993 -- it was the Peabody Grill, the casual dining room of Baltimore's fanciest boutique hotel. There was a luxe restaurant upstairs. The Peabody's menu offered such specialties as carpaccio and calf's liver with onion garlic confit, and the kitchen was overseen by celebrity chef Michel Richard. At least one thing has changed for the better since 1993. At the time, I marveled at the selection of wines by the glass. There were nine of them.
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By Grahame L. Jones, Tribune Newspapers | June 11, 2010
Rising into the pre-dawn African sky, long before the sun Friday morning, came the sound of the vuvuzelas. They signaled the beginning of a historic day, the day when much of the sporting world's attention — even in the U.S. — was focused not on the NBA Finals, not on baseball's pennant races, not even on the Chicago Blackhawks' celebrations of winning the Stanley Cup. Instead, eyes were turned to a soccer game being played in...
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BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,Staff Writer | January 19, 1994
Procter & Gamble Co. will phase out its Clarion cosmetics by June 1995 and start seeking other jobs for employees who make the products in Hunt Valley, company officials said yesterday.By discontinuing its unprofitable Clarion line, the leading U.S. cosmetics maker can focus on boosting sales of its Cover Girl and Max Factor International brands. Together, those brands make up nearly one-third of U.S. cosmetics sales."Clarion has never been a successful or profitable brand and was a very small and insignificant part of our cosmetics business," said John A. Saxton, vice president of P&G's cosmetics and fragrances group.
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December 4, 2004
GARY R. MENEICE passed on Saturday, November 20, 2004. He was born May 9, 1943 in Ellwood City, PA to the Mr. and Mrs. Ray and Irene Meneice. Mr. Meneice was a graduate of Clarion State College, Clarion, PA and employed with NASA and then the Boeing Corporation for several years. He was a member of Holy Comforter Roman Catholic Church in Washington, DC. Mr. Meneice is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Judith Dillon of Pittsburgh, PA, Mrs. Patricia Bisgaard of Palm Bay, FL, two nieces and five nephews.
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December 4, 2004
GARY R. MENEICE passed on Saturday, November 20, 2004. He was born May 9, 1943 in Ellwood City, PA to the Mr. and Mrs. Ray and Irene Meneice. Mr. Meneice was a graduate of Clarion State College, Clarion, PA and employed with NASA and then the Boeing Corporation for several years. He was a member of Holy Comforter Roman Catholic Church in Washington, DC. Mr. Meneice is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Judith Dillon of Pittsburgh, PA, Mrs. Patricia Bisgaard of Palm Bay, FL, two nieces and five nephews.
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | December 17, 2003
The Rouse Co. said yesterday that it has agreed to buy an office, retail and residential project in Boca Raton, Fla., with a partner for about $137 million to add to its properties that serve upscale areas. Rouse and a client of ING Clarion will be equal partners in the office and retail client components of the Mizner Park complex, Rouse said. Rouse's partner, an institutional investor, asked not to be identified, said Suzanne Franks, a spokeswoman for New York-based ING Clarion. "Boca Raton is a thoughtfully developed community with very affluent residents and visitors, and with a solid and growing business base," Rouse Chief Executive Officer Anthony W. Deering said in a statement.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | May 3, 1992
Haswell Franklin can't say enough about Shawn Miller, the winningest wrestler in the history of Broadneck High School."Between Clarion and Lock Haven [universities,] Shawn had a choice between two of the nation's quality Division I programs," said Franklin, chairman of the Maryland State Wrestling Association, which listed Miller as the state's top-ranked 119-pound wrestler this past winter."He has proven he can compete with the best high school wrestlers. He's got Division I skill, heart and intensity."
BUSINESS
May 11, 2002
Economic indicators Tuesday: April retail sales Wednesday: March inventories, April consumer price index, capacity utilization, industrial production Thursday: April housing starts, weekly jobless claims Friday: March trade balance Wednesday American Association of Individual Investors dinner meeting and discussion, 5 p.m., Snyders Willow Grove, 841 Hammonds Ferry Road, Linthicum. The topic is noncommissioned life insurance. Cost is $30. Reservations required. Call Joan Taavon at 410-938-2244.
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February 17, 1991
Name: Kim HutchisonHonored by The Carroll County Sun for: Winning the 1990 Leadership Award from the Maryland chapter of the American Association on Mental Retardation for her work in matching the needs and skills of people with severe mental retardation with the requirements of jobs, inspiring the interest and support of employers, and motivating and developing a corps of dedicated, professional job coachesAge: 28Residence; hometown: Gettysburg, Pa.; WestminsterEducation:...
SPORTS
January 9, 1991
Baseball Cincinnati Reds -- Named Dave Miley manager of Class A Charleston and Jim Lett coach of Class AA Nashville.San Diego Padres -- Agreed to terms with 2B Marty Barrett on one-year contract.Pro basketball Utah Jazz -- Signed F Dan O'Sullivan to second 10-day contract.College Division I-A Directors Association -- Named Warner Alford third vice chairman, Cedric Dempsey second vice chairman, Jim Jones first vice chairman and Navy AD Jack Lengyel chairman.Cincinnati -- Announced that F B.J. Ward quit basketball team due to injury.
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | December 17, 2003
The Rouse Co. said yesterday that it has agreed to buy an office, retail and residential project in Boca Raton, Fla., with a partner for about $137 million to add to its properties that serve upscale areas. Rouse and a client of ING Clarion will be equal partners in the office and retail client components of the Mizner Park complex, Rouse said. Rouse's partner, an institutional investor, asked not to be identified, said Suzanne Franks, a spokeswoman for New York-based ING Clarion. "Boca Raton is a thoughtfully developed community with very affluent residents and visitors, and with a solid and growing business base," Rouse Chief Executive Officer Anthony W. Deering said in a statement.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 17, 2003
The action was getting rough between lightweights Bruce Dulski, Louis Ruonevar, Adam Gold and Jon Kohler during the live-wrestling portion of Mount St. Joseph's daily three-hour practice. After a scuffle, Dulski had blood trickling from a small cut under his chin and Kohler had a six-inch welt running diagonally across his belly. But no one slowed down. "It's painful, but it's worth it," Kohler said, smiling as he licked sweat from his lips. "This really is fun." After two winning but, by the school's own lofty standards, subpar seasons, Mount St. Joseph wresting is back.
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By Elizabeth Large and By Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | December 1, 2002
When last I ate in the Peabody Court's first-floor restaurant -- in 1993 -- it was the Peabody Grill, the casual dining room of Baltimore's fanciest boutique hotel. There was a luxe restaurant upstairs. The Peabody's menu offered such specialties as carpaccio and calf's liver with onion garlic confit, and the kitchen was overseen by celebrity chef Michel Richard. At least one thing has changed for the better since 1993. At the time, I marveled at the selection of wines by the glass. There were nine of them.
BUSINESS
May 11, 2002
Economic indicators Tuesday: April retail sales Wednesday: March inventories, April consumer price index, capacity utilization, industrial production Thursday: April housing starts, weekly jobless claims Friday: March trade balance Wednesday American Association of Individual Investors dinner meeting and discussion, 5 p.m., Snyders Willow Grove, 841 Hammonds Ferry Road, Linthicum. The topic is noncommissioned life insurance. Cost is $30. Reservations required. Call Joan Taavon at 410-938-2244.
NEWS
By Kathy Lally and Kathy Lally,SUN STAFF | January 5, 1997
JACKSON, Miss. -- The story of the Hederman family and the Clarion-Ledger newspaper should have been written by Faulkner. It is a tale of a man burdened by ancestry. Familial loyalty and duty are stained by revulsion toward the past. The corrosive effects of racism are deeply felt, the scent of decay is strong.And Mississippi itself is a protagonist.The Hederman family ran what probably was the most racist newspaper in the nation. Some of its past reporting, when reviewed today, is nearly unbelievable.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 23, 1996
ATLANTA - For a historical perspective on tonight's East Regional final, go to the small forwards.When Donta Bright was growing up in East Baltimore, Georgetown jackets were the rage, thanks to the Hoyas' national profile, which included three Final Four appearances in four years and an NCAA title in 1984.Two years ago, Boubacar Aw had never heard of UMass.According to Bright and the rest of the Minutemen, today's East Regional final isn't about conferences, the Atlantic 10 against the Big East.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 17, 2003
The action was getting rough between lightweights Bruce Dulski, Louis Ruonevar, Adam Gold and Jon Kohler during the live-wrestling portion of Mount St. Joseph's daily three-hour practice. After a scuffle, Dulski had blood trickling from a small cut under his chin and Kohler had a six-inch welt running diagonally across his belly. But no one slowed down. "It's painful, but it's worth it," Kohler said, smiling as he licked sweat from his lips. "This really is fun." After two winning but, by the school's own lofty standards, subpar seasons, Mount St. Joseph wresting is back.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 23, 1996
ATLANTA - For a historical perspective on tonight's East Regional final, go to the small forwards.When Donta Bright was growing up in East Baltimore, Georgetown jackets were the rage, thanks to the Hoyas' national profile, which included three Final Four appearances in four years and an NCAA title in 1984.Two years ago, Boubacar Aw had never heard of UMass.According to Bright and the rest of the Minutemen, today's East Regional final isn't about conferences, the Atlantic 10 against the Big East.
BUSINESS
By JOAN JACOBSON and JOAN JACOBSON,SUN STAFF | September 26, 1995
The Latham Hotel, a restored landmark in Mount Vernon, has new owners, thanks to rising occupancy and room rates that has made the hotel attractive to buyers.Within the next 30 days, the Latham becomes the Clarion Hotel after a $4.5 million sale last week. The transaction may result in the closing of the trendy Citronelle restaurant on the 13th floor.The fate of the Latham's 130 employees also is uncertain. Mercedes McDonnell, a spokeswoman for Clarion's parent firm, Manor Care Hotels of Silver Spring, said the workers would be "evaluated based on their experience and track record."
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,Staff Writer | January 19, 1994
Procter & Gamble Co. will phase out its Clarion cosmetics by June 1995 and start seeking other jobs for employees who make the products in Hunt Valley, company officials said yesterday.By discontinuing its unprofitable Clarion line, the leading U.S. cosmetics maker can focus on boosting sales of its Cover Girl and Max Factor International brands. Together, those brands make up nearly one-third of U.S. cosmetics sales."Clarion has never been a successful or profitable brand and was a very small and insignificant part of our cosmetics business," said John A. Saxton, vice president of P&G's cosmetics and fragrances group.
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