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August 8, 2006
On Friday August 4, 2006, SOL DENMARK, beloved husband of the late Ane Denmark (nee Gutzite) loving father of Marcia Denmark (Ronald Rosen) and Mindy Denmark, beloved brother of Ronnie Einhorn and the late Al and Jack Denmark, Sally Alexander and Goldie Rotenberg, loving grandfather of Dereck Blinken, Max and Joshua Rosen, A Memorial Service will be held at Temple Oheb Shalom, 7310 Park Heights Avenue (21208), on Wednesday August 9, 2006 at 2 P.M. Please omit flowers. In mourning at 8211 White Manor Drive, Lutherville, MD (21093)
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NEWS
October 11, 2003
Mattie L. Denmark, a former special-education teacher and gospel singer, died of kidney failure Tuesday at a hospital in Gainesville, Fla. She was 61. Mattie L. Robinson was born in Baltimore and raised in Cherry Hill. She was a graduate of Frederick Douglass High School and earned an associate's degree in education from what is now Baltimore City Community College. Mrs. Denmark, a former Mount Winans resident, taught special education in city public schools from 1974 to 1979. She performed with gospel choirs at area churches and was known as "the madame of music in Baltimore," said daughter Shelly Gorham of Kitzingen, Germany.
FEATURES
By Stokely Baksh, For The Baltimore Sun | July 9, 2014
Eight months and one week. That's how long it took my daughter, Sarla, to get her first tooth. And the teething started the day we took a seven-hour flight across the pond to Europe. A first for her, a first for me, just one of several new firsts for my family of three, which inevitably made for a memorable trip. In June, my husband and I took our daughter to Denmark, home of Hans Christian Andersen and his famous fairy tales, amusement parks, hot dog buns with holes in them and cold Carlsberg beer and bicycles wherever you go. We knew early on in parenthood that we'd be those brave parents that would board planes, ride trains, go on long car rides, refusing to stay in the confinements of our home.
NEWS
By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,Sun Staff Writer | August 3, 1995
Harvey E. Denmark Jr., who helped found the Arena Players theater group and acted with several local theatrical troupes, died Friday of heart failure at Maryland General Hospital. He was 80.Formerly a resident of Memorial Apartments, he had lived for the last several months in the Sandtown-Winchester Nursing Home.By day, Mr. Denmark was a supervisor in the investigative division of the Social Security Administration where he had been employed from 1946 to until his retirement in 1982. By night, he acted on local television and at Center Stage, the Spotlighters and the Arena Players.
NEWS
By Los Angeles Times | March 29, 1992
HILLEROED, Denmark -- The young woman spoke into the candlelight illuminating a small kitchen that served more as a meeting place than an eating place for the 10 students who shared it."We do a lot of talking here over tea or wine," said Sofia Fjendbo, 21. "I'd say the most important lessons I've learned at this school have come here, usually between 10 [p.m.] and 4 in the morning."While occasional late-night discussions about the deeper meanings of life are part of virtually everyone's college experience, for people like Ms. Fjendbo, such intense encounters are central to the learning experience.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | February 10, 2006
COPENHAGEN, Denmark --Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen said yesterday that attempts by European companies in the Middle East to disassociate themselves from Denmark or Danish products were "disgraceful." At the same time, Rasmussen tried to shield the Bush administration and some of Denmark's partners in NATO from accusations that they had been tardy and overcautious in coming to Denmark's defense in the crisis. He attributed the current furor more to attempts by Iran and Syria to cause diversions in the Middle East than to a few satirical cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad in a Danish newspaper.
NEWS
By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,London Bureau | May 30, 1992
LONDON -- Denmark will be the next test for the treaty signed last December in Maastricht, Holland, that committed the 12-nation European Community to deeper political union and1/81/8 TC single currency by the end of the century.The treaty goes before the Danish public in a referendum Tuesday. If it is rejected, it cannot enter into force for any of the other countries.For a while, that seemed to be what was about to happen in Denmark. Until the middle of the week, polls were indicating that the Danes would reject the treaty, thus forestalling the EC's biggest step toward integration since it was established by the original six nations under the Treaty of Rome in 1957.
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By Todd Richissin and Todd Richissin,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | April 4, 2004
COPENHAGEN, Denmark - When the gleaming subway train glides to a silent halt deep underground, students hunched with backpacks pile out of the cars along with men and women grasping briefcases and shoppers heavy with goods. The crowd is just what one would expect in this pleasantly bustling city. What is unusual, compared with much of the rest of the world, is what is missing: There is not a police officer in sight. There are no security guards, no posters warning of ownerless bags, no visible signs of security whatsoever, anywhere.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Janell Sutherland | November 14, 2011
Who's ready to leave the white sandy beaches of Lake Malawi? I wouldn't mind hanging out there for a few days, but this show insists on traveling around the entire world, so it's off to Copenhagen, Denmark, for the first time in Race history. The Malawi-Denmark air travel corridor isn't that popular, so production has secured flights for the teams. However, they are allowed to try for something better. For reasons that I blinked and missed, Marcus and Amani do not try for something better.
NEWS
April 28, 2014
Regarding The Sun's editorial asking Gov. Martin O'Malley to veto a bill that would delay approval of a wind farm in Somerset County ( "Gone with the wind farm?" April 20), I take offense at you describing industrial turbines as "windmills. " That's like calling a mountain lion a house cat. Next, when there were 60 turbines in the project a year ago, there were 500 construction jobs and 14.6 permanent jobs. Now that it has been changed to 29 turbines (or 25 depending on who is giving you the numbers)
NEWS
February 28, 2012
I have habitually and patiently read Thomas F. Schaller's column for some time now. His most recent ("An American recipe for class immobility," Feb. 21) warrants a response. First of all, I am hopeful that Mr. Schaller understands the fundamental differences between Scandinavian countries (with roughly 26 million homogenous inhabitants) and the United States (a nation of 310 million multi-ethnic residents). Let's not forget some salient political and economic differences: Denmark has one of the most stringent immigration regulations in the European Union.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Janell Sutherland | November 14, 2011
Who's ready to leave the white sandy beaches of Lake Malawi? I wouldn't mind hanging out there for a few days, but this show insists on traveling around the entire world, so it's off to Copenhagen, Denmark, for the first time in Race history. The Malawi-Denmark air travel corridor isn't that popular, so production has secured flights for the teams. However, they are allowed to try for something better. For reasons that I blinked and missed, Marcus and Amani do not try for something better.
EXPLORE
October 20, 2011
Lisa Morris , of Nottingham, a student at Wofford College, Spartanburg, S.C., is studying abroad during the fall of 2011 in Guayaquil/Quito, Ecuador. Morris, a member of the class of 2012, is the daughter of Patrick and Sevil Morris. Kelly Cunningham of Baltimore, a class of 2013 student attending Denison University, Granville, Ohio, is studying with the Danish Institute for Study Abroad program in Denmark for the fall 2011 semester. Chelsea Simpson of Perry Hall, daughter of Jean Milburn and Frank Simpson, has been inducted in the Sigma Beta Delta honor society of Washington College, in Chestertown.
SPORTS
By From Sun staff reports | May 2, 2011
In one of the closest finishes in the NOOD's 24-year history, Thomas Klok won a three-way tie Sunday to earn the overall title in the National Offshore One Design regatta on the Chesapeake Bay in Annapolis. Klok, of Copenhagen, Denmark, had paced the J/80 boat class all weekend aboard Guldfaxe but finished in eighth place during Sunday's final race. That showing dropped him into a three-way tie with Kevin Hayes and Bruno Pasquinelli at 53 total points apiece. Klok won the tiebreaker with his first-place finishes during races 1 and 6 in the eight-race series.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 2010
Soccer standouts Ashley Spivey and Jalen Robinson have done a lot of the things other high school teenagers do during summer break. Spivey, 16, set to be a junior at McDonogh this fall, worked on getting her driver's license and enjoyed a family vacation at the beach. Robinson, also 16 and a rising junior at Mount St. Joseph, went to a couple of movies and got in some time at the pool with friends. While making the most of their down time, the two All-Metro selections also took advantage of rare experiences that highlighted their time away from school — traveling abroad to play for U.S. youth national soccer teams.
NEWS
By Gregory Kane | August 25, 1999
KIM DENMARK sat in the lobby of downtown Baltimore's Hilton yesterday, still dressed in her walking togs: orange shorts and a T-shirt covered with an orange top so she can be seen in a car's headlights. She needs the protection. She's walked from Dayton, Ohio, and trudged into Baltimore on Saturday with aching knees, swelling legs and throbbing feet.She stopped at Druid Hill Park, where Radio One's Stone Soul Picnic was in progress. From there, it was on to the Hilton."I'm taking a ... rest," Denmark said of her eight-month journey.
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By Sports on TV | November 18, 2009
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NEWS
By Jon Boone | March 8, 2010
A n Abell Foundation report recently trumpeted the supposed "potential" of offshore wind to provide two-thirds of Maryland's electricity needs. Talk about hot air. With about 100,000 industrial wind turbines in operation around the world - 35,000 in the U.S. alone - there is not a shred of empirical evidence that wind has been responsible for offsetting greenhouse gas emissions in the production of electricity - or that it has contributed to any reductions in fossil fuel use. Although 20 percent of Denmark's installed electricity capacity consists of wind energy, much more than half of its actual generation is exported, for grid security reasons, to elsewhere in Scandinavia, where it displaces highly flexible hydro generation at no savings in CO2 emissions but with substantial cost to Danish ratepayers.
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