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December 5, 2006
ARTHUR HENRY COTE, 81, of Boyce, VA, died December 2, 2006, in Winchester Medical Center. He was a printer for the Baltimore Sun, A WW II Navy veteran, member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church and the Columbia typographical Printers Union #101-12. Survived by wife, Irene Mae Sault Cote, daughter, Lorraine A. Rodgers of Boyce, son Gary P. Cote, three grandchildren, all of York, PA; son Christopher A. Cote is deceased. Services will be 2:30 P.M., Wednesday at Enders & Shirley Funeral Home, Berryville, VA (www.
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August 19, 2014
From: Cotes du Rhone, France Price: $16 Serve with: Salmon, ham, fried chicken The color may be pink but don't be fooled: This is a wine with some muscle. Produced by one of the greatest winemakers on Earth, this is about as good as rose gets. Its intense, penetrating flavors include hints of cherry, strawberry and rosehips. It's grip on the palate is impressive. If you ever serve rose with red meat, this should be the one. -- Michael Dresser , The Baltimore Sun
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NEWS
April 30, 2006
CHRISTOPHER A. COTE, age 47, of Irondale, AL and formerly of Baltimore, MD passed away at his home suddenly on April 18, 2006. He was employed for 20 years as an Engineer with WJZ Channel 13 in Balto and nine years with EWTN (Eternal Word Television Network) in Irondale. He is survived by his wife Ann Cote of Irondale; parents Irene and Arthur Cote and sister Lorraine Rogers (Bill) all of Boyce, VA; brother Gary Cote (Michele) of York, PA and two nieces and one nephew. Services were held at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church in Birmingham, AL. Condolensces may be directed to: www.legacy.
NEWS
December 10, 2013
From: Monterey, California Price: $18 Serve with: Beef stew, standing rib This polished blend of 60 percent syrah and 40 percent grenache delivers a dollop of true Rhone Valley style from a reliable California producer. It offers chunky blackberry fruit, with hints of blueberry and smoked meat. Behind its soft texture, it's very intense and penetrating, with lively acidity in the finish. It's quire ready now. -- Michael Dresser
NEWS
January 19, 2005
On January 18, 2005, ALFRED JOSEPH COTE, JR., of Clarksville, beloved husband of Elsie R. Cote, stepfather of Louis Radcliff, Carol Franklin, Mark Mahaney, and Gayle Ford, brother of Louis and Frank Cote, uncle of Ann Hoffman, Piera Robson, Jennifer Meyer and Michael Cote. Also survived by ten grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Thursday, 10:30 A.M. at St. Louis Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the National Parkinson Foundation.
NEWS
August 22, 2004
On August 19, 2004, NORMAN L. COTE, beloved husband of Eleanor J. Cote (nee Quintilian), devoted father of Peggy A. Cote, loving brother of George Cote, Jean Richwein, Raymond Cote, Mary Ellen Cote and the late Gloria Klimkowski; dear brother-in-law of Anthony L. Quintilian. He is also survived by nieces, nephews and beloved felines. Friends may call at the family owned Evans Chapel of Memories-Parkville, Sunday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Funeral Service will be held 11 A.M. Monday at Linden Heights United Methodist Church, 9914 Harford Road, Carney, MD 21234.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | April 23, 1994
LANDOVER -- Washington defenseman Sylvain Cote, who has a fractured orbital bone, expects to be on the ice for tonight's Game 4 of the Capitals' Eastern Conference quarterfinal series with the Pittsburgh Penguins."
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee | April 21, 1994
LANDOVER -- Washington Capitals defenseman Sylvain Cote, who suffered a fractured orbital bone under his right eye Sunday night, skated and took part in a scaled-down scrimmage yesterday.Initially, doctors said Cote could not skate for at least two weeks and would not be available to play for at least three.But after a re-examination, Cote was cleared to take the ice. He will be examined again by Dr. James Karesh of Sinai Hospital today for a further determination of his playing status.Cote still has double vision, but he could be back playing when that clears up."
SPORTS
By Paul Doyle and Paul Doyle,Special to The Sun | February 28, 1994
HARTFORD, Conn. -- Playing in his 600th NHL game yesterday, Washington Capitals defenseman Sylvain Cote returned to the place his career began and helped beat his former team.Cote had a goal and an assist to spark Washington's three-goal third period in a 3-1 victory over the Whalers before 10,016 at the Hartford Civic Center.It was the Capitals' third win in a row and 11th in 16 games since Jim Schoenfeld became coach Jan. 27.After two frustrating periods in which Hartford goalie Sean Burke stopped 21 shots and Washington fell behind 1-0, Cote led a third-period charge, assisting on the tying goal and scoring the Capitals' third goal.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | April 19, 1994
PITTSBURGH -- The Washington Capitals' chances of upsetting the Pittsburgh Penguins in the playoffs suffered a major blow yesterday, when the team learned it had lost veteran defenseman Sylvain Cote for up to three weeks.Cote, the Capitals' most reliable defenseman, suffered a fractured right orbital bone when he was hit in the face with the butt end of a stick during the second period Sunday, in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals.At first, it appeared he was hit by Peter Taglianetti, but a replay showed it was Penguins left wing Kevin Stevens who delivered the punch to Cote's face.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | February 4, 2012
The Rev. Earl Joseph John Cote, the retired pastor of a Pikesville Roman Catholic church, died of cardiac arrest Jan. 27 at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was stricken while driving on Putty Hill Road as he headed to say daily Mass for the School Sisters of Notre Dame. He was 68. Born in Baltimore and raised on Robb Street, he attended St. Bernard School and was a 1961 Loyola High School graduate. He decided to enter the priesthood and studied at the old St. Charles College in Catonsville and at St. Mary's Minor Seminary on Paca Street.
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By Lisa Airey, thewinekey@aol.com | December 1, 2011
Vive la Difference! They were all Côtes du Rhônes. Red. Wonderful, but as different as night and day. The Domaine du Bois de St. Jean "L'Intrepide" Côtes du Rhône 2009 ($13) was a blockbuster. It reminded me of those expensive and exotic gourmet chocolate bars that combine peppercorns with cocoa beans or resinous herbs with cocoa beans. It was dense, supple and concentrated with a sun-dried cherry finish - plus pepper, herb and chocolate, of course. This was one for the books.
FEATURES
By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2011
This dry white wine — a blend of grenache, clairette and bourboulenc — is on the full-bodied side and offers intense flavors of tropical fruit, pear, apricot and spices. It shows a complexity and length that are unusual for its price range. A fine value from an exceptional producer. From: Cotes-du-Rhone, France Price: $13 Serve with: Full-bodied fish such as salmon
NEWS
By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to the Baltimore Sun | August 23, 2009
Claire Cote was a standout at a party at Silo Point's Style Sky Lounge. The 22-year-old Charles Village resident, who works for Clementine (the party's caterer), starts her job this fall as an after-school dance teacher in Mount Washington. Her fashion philosophy reflects her contemporary dancer's free spirit. "I don't have many fashion rules. Don't overdress or over-accessorize. Do wear whatever you want. I agree there are certain things that are more fashionable than others. But, if you really like something, you should wear it. And wear it with pride."
NEWS
December 5, 2006
ARTHUR HENRY COTE, 81, of Boyce, VA, died December 2, 2006, in Winchester Medical Center. He was a printer for the Baltimore Sun, A WW II Navy veteran, member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church and the Columbia typographical Printers Union #101-12. Survived by wife, Irene Mae Sault Cote, daughter, Lorraine A. Rodgers of Boyce, son Gary P. Cote, three grandchildren, all of York, PA; son Christopher A. Cote is deceased. Services will be 2:30 P.M., Wednesday at Enders & Shirley Funeral Home, Berryville, VA (www.
NEWS
By MICHAEL DRESSER | August 9, 2006
This lush 50-50 blend of grenache and syrah is a thoroughly satisfying Rhone-style red wine. Both fruity and substantial, it offers intense and penetrating flavors of blackberry, black raspberry and herbs. It finishes with a good dollop of acidity, keeping it lively through the finish. Serve with grilled steak.
NEWS
April 30, 2006
CHRISTOPHER A. COTE, age 47, of Irondale, AL and formerly of Baltimore, MD passed away at his home suddenly on April 18, 2006. He was employed for 20 years as an Engineer with WJZ Channel 13 in Balto and nine years with EWTN (Eternal Word Television Network) in Irondale. He is survived by his wife Ann Cote of Irondale; parents Irene and Arthur Cote and sister Lorraine Rogers (Bill) all of Boyce, VA; brother Gary Cote (Michele) of York, PA and two nieces and one nephew. Services were held at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church in Birmingham, AL. Condolensces may be directed to: www.legacy.
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