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By From staff and Chicago Tribune reports. The Chicago Tribune is a Tribune Publishing newspaper | July 11, 2004
Cservak is president of Fountainhead's new markets unit Joseph Cservak was recently appointed president of the Builder-New Markets Division of Fountainhead Title Group. He is responsible for operations and marketing of 18 offices throughout Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Florida. A 1977 graduate of the University of Maryland, Cservak received his law degree from the University of Baltimore and was licensed to practice in Maryland in 1980. He is a member of the Home Builders Association of Maryland and has worked with Fountainhead for more than 20 years.
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2014
Sometimes, a band is born from a riff. Last year, as senior jazz majors in Towson University's music program, Dan Ryan and Greg Wellham built the foundation of their first song, “Find You,” around a circular guitar pattern. As the song crystalized, the friends quickly realized there was potential to turn a simple jam session into something more serious. Wellham, 24, named the Baltimore act Super City (“It's just a cool, simple name to remember,” he said), which has since grown into a quintet.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2014
Sometimes, a band is born from a riff. Last year, as senior jazz majors in Towson University's music program, Dan Ryan and Greg Wellham built the foundation of their first song, “Find You,” around a circular guitar pattern. As the song crystalized, the friends quickly realized there was potential to turn a simple jam session into something more serious. Wellham, 24, named the Baltimore act Super City (“It's just a cool, simple name to remember,” he said), which has since grown into a quintet.
BUSINESS
By From staff and Chicago Tribune reports. The Chicago Tribune is a Tribune Publishing newspaper | July 11, 2004
Cservak is president of Fountainhead's new markets unit Joseph Cservak was recently appointed president of the Builder-New Markets Division of Fountainhead Title Group. He is responsible for operations and marketing of 18 offices throughout Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Florida. A 1977 graduate of the University of Maryland, Cservak received his law degree from the University of Baltimore and was licensed to practice in Maryland in 1980. He is a member of the Home Builders Association of Maryland and has worked with Fountainhead for more than 20 years.
NEWS
July 29, 2005
On July 25, 2005, IRMA CATHERINE (nee Boss); beloved wife of the late Andrew Ford, Jr.; devoted mother of Roland Ford and wife Kathleen, Thomas Ford and wife Luisa, Michael Ford; dear sister of William Boss and Anna Hutchins and the late Robert Boss; loving grandmother of Carrie Goodard and husband Dan, Ryan Ford, Katherine Kinsey, Melanie Ford, Matthew Ford. Friends and family may call at the Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home Inc., 3631 Falls Rd, on Friday, July 29 at 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A funeral service will be held at Burgee Henss Sietz on Saturday July 30 at 1 P.M. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
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May 4, 2000
An interview with Dan Ryan of The Bookies, a book club run by First Place Singles, a Columbia Association-sponsored singles club. What book are members reading this month? "The Hours" by Michael Cunningham. Which books have members liked? "The Poisonwood Bible" by Barbara Kingsolver, "The Reader" by Bernhard Schlink, "Charming Billy" by Alice McDermott and "Cold Mountain" by Charles Frazier. "The Poisonwood Bible" was very interesting because [Kingsolver] wrote each one of the chapters from a different character's point of view, and it was set in the Congo.
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By Donna R. Engle and Donna R. Engle,SUN STAFF | May 16, 1996
Residents of Copperfield subdivision in Taneytown want the builder of their houses to replace concrete driveways and sidewalks that are scaling and cracking after less than two years of wear.They say they're frustrated by a lack of help from either Taneytown or county officials.Taneytown officials say the city is not responsible for inspecting sidewalks and driveways. And although Carroll County requires builders to post bonds to assure that sidewalks and driveway aprons meet standards, county inspectors were not involved at Copperfield because Taneytown did not ask for help monitoring the project.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 4, 2001
Skip and Ryan Tendall, from Congressional Country Club, the last entry in the 74-team field, stood first after completion of the annual Maryland State Father-Son tournament at Hillendale CC yesterday. The Tendalls finished 35-35-70, to win by two shots over Steve-Steven Colnitis, Baltimore CC, 36-36-72, in the selected drive-alternate shot format. The Tendalls, whose previous best finish in the event had been a tie for sixth in 1997, combined for three birdies, one bogey over the 6,750-yard course in northern Baltimore County.
FEATURES
By Jonathan Storm and Jonathan Storm,Knight-Ridder News Service | November 1, 1991
It's the sweetest voice on the best-dressed suspect to turn up in a true-crime TV drama in a long time:"I have a home and a family," says Donna Mills innocently to police officers. ". . . How can you think that someone like me would be involved in a murder?"Ms. Mills' character, Joyce Lukezic, is missing the point. The police don't care whether she's involved in a murder or not: They need someone to convict, and she looks like an excellent prospect.The title takes some of the suspense out of ABC's "False Arrest," which airs in two-hour segments Sunday and Wednesday beginning at 9 each night (Channel 13)
FEATURES
By Michael Hill | October 31, 1991
If Yogi Berra were a TV critic, he would say ABC's "False Arrest" is deja vu all over again.It was just last Tuesday that we saw a blond-haired former series star tormented by a variety of darker-complexioned inmates while serving an unjust prison term. Sunday night you get to see it again.In the first one, it was Cheryl Ladd, framed on a drug rap in CBS' "Locked Up: A Mother's Rage" that eventually became a polemic on incarceration causing the sins of the mother to be visited upon her kids.
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By BETTY ROSBOTTOM and BETTY ROSBOTTOM,LOS ANGELES TIMES SYNDICATE | February 14, 1999
Last month, my family had a delicious meal in a small Boston restaurant called the Franklin Cafe. My son and his girlfriend both love this dining spot and recommended it.Every dish we ordered, including spicy pork tenderloins served with mashed potatoes, trout fillets with bread-and-roasted-tomato stuffing, and racks of veal with caramelized country cabbage, was robust and bursting with flavor.Of all the food we sampled that night, however, the cabbage was my favorite.When I asked chefs David Dubois and Dan Ryan how the vegetable was prepared, I was amazed to discover that the recipe has only two main ingredients -- cabbage and butter.
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By KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE NEWS | December 25, 2003
WASHINGTON - Air France yesterday canceled six flights between Paris and Los Angeles at the request of the French government acting on U.S. intelligence reports that al-Qaida might be planning to hijack aircraft for a Sept. 11-style suicide attack. Three of the flights - two bound from Paris to Los Angeles and one in the opposite direction - were scheduled for yesterday. Two more Los Angeles-bound flights and one to Paris were to have flown today. The cancellations followed U.S. intelligence reports that followers of Osama bin Laden have been looking to circumvent security measures at foreign and U.S. airports and hijack airliners for suicide attacks on the United States during the Christmas holidays, according to U.S. officials.
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