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By Timothy B. Wheeler and Timothy B. Wheeler,SUN STAFF | May 3, 2001
The state prosecutor said yesterday that his office will look into allegations that Frederick officials engaged in a cover-up by refusing to release the client list of an alleged prostitution ring. The head of Frederick County's NAACP recently called for such an investigation. The county prosecutor, in turn, asked State Prosecutor Stephen Montanarelli to handle it. "We're going to take a look at it and see if there is anything to investigate," Montanarelli said yesterday. Charlene Y. Edmonds, president of the county chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, had called on State's Attorney Scott L. Rolle to conduct a grand jury investigation of the city's handling of the list, as well as of the death in custody this year of a man arrested on drug charges.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | June 20, 2014
Are you an Orioles fan? What about an Orioles fan who enjoys team-related salsa with your chips? Or are you part of the even smaller subset that prefers to buy your team-related salsa in person, as opposed to over the scary Internet? Diehard player-affiliated salsa aficionados, your day has come. Orioles third baseman Manny Machado will be formally unveiling his Machado's Salsa brand on Tuesday afternoon at 12:45 p.m. at the Pikesville Giant, located at 3757 Old Court Road - the rare election day media event that will be worth attending, I'm sure.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | March 16, 2012
Kettle Hill has announced an opening date. Inspired, its operators say, by the life and spirit of Theodore Roosevelt, Kettle Hill will open on April 20 on Market Place as the anchor restaurant in the Power Plant Live complex. The restaurant's name is inspired by the military exploits of Roosevelt and his Rough Riders during the Spanish-American War. San Juan Hill is better remembered today than Kettle Hill, but Kettle Hill is a great name for a restaurant. The team behind Kettle Hill are Keystone Hospitality partners Desmond Reilly and Kristopher Carr, whose growing infatuation with Roosevelt's take-charge ethos has also inspired the name for the bar within Kettle Hill.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | March 16, 2012
Kettle Hill has announced an opening date. Inspired, its operators say, by the life and spirit of Theodore Roosevelt, Kettle Hill will open on April 20 on Market Place as the anchor restaurant in the Power Plant Live complex. The restaurant's name is inspired by the military exploits of Roosevelt and his Rough Riders during the Spanish-American War. San Juan Hill is better remembered today than Kettle Hill, but Kettle Hill is a great name for a restaurant. The team behind Kettle Hill are Keystone Hospitality partners Desmond Reilly and Kristopher Carr, whose growing infatuation with Roosevelt's take-charge ethos has also inspired the name for the bar within Kettle Hill.
SPORTS
By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | June 20, 2014
Are you an Orioles fan? What about an Orioles fan who enjoys team-related salsa with your chips? Or are you part of the even smaller subset that prefers to buy your team-related salsa in person, as opposed to over the scary Internet? Diehard player-affiliated salsa aficionados, your day has come. Orioles third baseman Manny Machado will be formally unveiling his Machado's Salsa brand on Tuesday afternoon at 12:45 p.m. at the Pikesville Giant, located at 3757 Old Court Road - the rare election day media event that will be worth attending, I'm sure.
BUSINESS
By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,SUN STAFF | August 1, 2003
The confusion and mind-boggling complexities of electricity deregulation are proving to be a treasure trove for Constellation Energy Group Inc. With a big boost from its power generation business and a new firm that helps companies sort out the buying and managing of power, the Baltimore energy company reported a 16 percent jump in second-quarter earnings, handily exceeding Wall Street forecasts. Pursuing a new business strategy that focuses on customers and energy services, Constellation reported earnings of $96.8 million, or 58 cents a share, for the three months that ended June 30. In the same quarter a year earlier, the company earned $81.3 million, or 50 cents per share.
NEWS
By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2011
Sometimes, covering the news depresses me. I imagine what it would be like to write fiction instead, like this much better version of how Weinergate should have unfolded: In the news vacuum of the Memorial Day weekend, Congressman Anthony Weiner accidentally sends a very special self-portrait to all his Twitter followers, instead of just one of them. He removes it quickly, but not so quickly that a conservative blogger, who apparently never takes a holiday from his big-game hunting of liberals, grabs it. Called to explain what's aptly known as a TwitPic, Weiner doesn't lie outrageously or claim he was punked.
BUSINESS
By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | January 25, 2011
Joseph N. Geier established his namesake financial services firm in Howard County by cultivating an exclusive client list of professional athletes: Baltimore Orioles legend Cal Ripken Jr. , New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira and Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Brad Lidge. Over the years since it was founded in the 1990s, Geier Financial Group expanded the business by managing the money of other wealthy clients and high-net-worth retirees in Maryland. Now Geier is getting into the competitive mutual fund business, having recently launched a new product intended to appeal not only to the firm's wealthy clients but also to mom-and-pop investors.
NEWS
By Timothy B. Wheeler and Timothy B. Wheeler,SUN STAFF | February 8, 2001
FREDERICK - A legal tug of war over the public's right to know is titillating this city. That's because the dispute is really about sex, politics and the corrosive power of gossip when facts are in short supply. Two news organizations, smelling a juicy scandal, are trying to get their hands on records seized by Frederick police when they broke up an alleged prostitution ring in 1999. Speculation has swirled around town for months, since the case fizzled in the county's District Court, about whether prominent public officials are listed in the ring's so-called "black book" of clients.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | February 3, 2012
A 250-seat American bistro named Kettle Hill will open in the old Babalu space on the corner of Water Street and Market Place. Kettle Hill is partnership between area newcomer Keystone Hospitality and former Baltimore Oriole Rick Dempsey. The principal partners of Keystone Hospitality, formerly based New York City , are Desmond Reilly and Kristopher Karr. According to the press release from the property's landlord, Reilly and Karr were "inspired by local legend Rick Dempsey, who had been looking for some time to launch a restaurant project.
NEWS
By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2011
Sometimes, covering the news depresses me. I imagine what it would be like to write fiction instead, like this much better version of how Weinergate should have unfolded: In the news vacuum of the Memorial Day weekend, Congressman Anthony Weiner accidentally sends a very special self-portrait to all his Twitter followers, instead of just one of them. He removes it quickly, but not so quickly that a conservative blogger, who apparently never takes a holiday from his big-game hunting of liberals, grabs it. Called to explain what's aptly known as a TwitPic, Weiner doesn't lie outrageously or claim he was punked.
BUSINESS
By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | January 25, 2011
Joseph N. Geier established his namesake financial services firm in Howard County by cultivating an exclusive client list of professional athletes: Baltimore Orioles legend Cal Ripken Jr. , New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira and Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Brad Lidge. Over the years since it was founded in the 1990s, Geier Financial Group expanded the business by managing the money of other wealthy clients and high-net-worth retirees in Maryland. Now Geier is getting into the competitive mutual fund business, having recently launched a new product intended to appeal not only to the firm's wealthy clients but also to mom-and-pop investors.
BUSINESS
By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,SUN STAFF | August 1, 2003
The confusion and mind-boggling complexities of electricity deregulation are proving to be a treasure trove for Constellation Energy Group Inc. With a big boost from its power generation business and a new firm that helps companies sort out the buying and managing of power, the Baltimore energy company reported a 16 percent jump in second-quarter earnings, handily exceeding Wall Street forecasts. Pursuing a new business strategy that focuses on customers and energy services, Constellation reported earnings of $96.8 million, or 58 cents a share, for the three months that ended June 30. In the same quarter a year earlier, the company earned $81.3 million, or 50 cents per share.
NEWS
By Timothy B. Wheeler and Timothy B. Wheeler,SUN STAFF | May 3, 2001
The state prosecutor said yesterday that his office will look into allegations that Frederick officials engaged in a cover-up by refusing to release the client list of an alleged prostitution ring. The head of Frederick County's NAACP recently called for such an investigation. The county prosecutor, in turn, asked State Prosecutor Stephen Montanarelli to handle it. "We're going to take a look at it and see if there is anything to investigate," Montanarelli said yesterday. Charlene Y. Edmonds, president of the county chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, had called on State's Attorney Scott L. Rolle to conduct a grand jury investigation of the city's handling of the list, as well as of the death in custody this year of a man arrested on drug charges.
NEWS
By Timothy B. Wheeler and Timothy B. Wheeler,SUN STAFF | February 8, 2001
FREDERICK - A legal tug of war over the public's right to know is titillating this city. That's because the dispute is really about sex, politics and the corrosive power of gossip when facts are in short supply. Two news organizations, smelling a juicy scandal, are trying to get their hands on records seized by Frederick police when they broke up an alleged prostitution ring in 1999. Speculation has swirled around town for months, since the case fizzled in the county's District Court, about whether prominent public officials are listed in the ring's so-called "black book" of clients.
NEWS
By Scott Shane and Scott Shane,SUN STAFF | November 25, 2003
In February 1999, after a tangled legal battle that featured testimony from FBI, CIA and KGB officers, a U.S. immigration judge granted political asylum to former Russian banker Alex Konanykhin, saying he faced persecution and possible death if he were returned to Russia to face embezzlement charges. Since then, Konanykhin and his wife, Elena Gratcheva, have built an Internet advertising business that creates slick video spots for companies selling on the Web. Their Manhattan company, KMGI Studios, employs 14 people, has been featured on CNN, and has attracted an impressive client list including Volvo and American Airlines.
SPORTS
By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,SUN STAFF | November 15, 2001
The agent who assembled Cal Ripken's vast commercial empire over the past decade is leaving that job to establish his own firm to negotiate player contracts. As president of The Tufton Group, Ripken's commercial arm, Ira S. Rainess pioneered "milestone marketing." He took advantage of Ripken's many career achievements with merchandise sales and licensing deals. Other athletes have followed the model to great profit. But Rainess said he has always wanted to spend more time representing athletes in their contract talks, and that will be the focus of Rainess Player Management when it goes into business Jan. 1. It's a lucrative but crowded business.
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