Advertisement
HomeCollectionsDolid
IN THE NEWS

Dolid

FEATURED ARTICLES
SPORTS
January 31, 1995
Ari DolidOwings MillsWrestlingDolid won the 130-pound title at the Gilman Duals while wrestling with a broken hand. The sophomore recorded three pins, including one in the first period.Tamiko MackNorth CountyIndoor trackMack won the 300-, 500- and 800-meter runs and was the only three-event winner at the Anne Arundel Championships. The senior broke the county record in the 300 by .6 of a second.Erin UpdegroveC. Milton WrightBasketballUpdegrove totaled 49 points, 14 rebounds and five steals in victories over Havre de Grace (62-23)
ARTICLES BY DATE
ENTERTAINMENT
By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 12, 2004
The grilled-cheese sandwich at Sun Moon & Stars might be the best you've ever tasted. The warm Swiss cheese oozes between thick slices of tangy, slightly buttery and perfectly toasted sourdough bread. Nestled alongside the sandwich is a generous handful of house-made potato chips - crisp, thin, slightly brown, delicately salted and completely free of grease. Top them off with a glass of fresh lemonade that's more sweet than tart, and you've got a treat. Sun Moon & Stars, which opened in February on Red Brook Boulevard in a sterile office park off Owings Mills Boulevard, could have coasted along as a deli serving bagels, sandwiches and salads to the power-suit crowd.
Advertisement
NEWS
By David L. Greene and David L. Greene,SUN STAFF | March 24, 2000
Alan Dolid, executive chef at Western Maryland College, remembers the conversation that made him realize he could do more for students than just cook their meals. The setting was the dining hall. The subject was seafood. Female student, staring at plate: "What's that?" Dolid: "Shrimp." The student remained perplexed, having never encountered a shrimp. Six years later, eating has become part of the education at the Westminster college. At both regular meals and in special culinary programs, students are being exposed to an array of entrees -- from steamed mussels to roasted Chilean sea bass.
NEWS
By David L. Greene and David L. Greene,SUN STAFF | March 24, 2000
Alan Dolid, executive chef at Western Maryland College, remembers the conversation that made him realize he could do more for students than just cook their meals. The setting was the dining hall. The subject was seafood. Female student, staring at plate: "What's that?" Dolid: "Shrimp." The student remained perplexed, having never encountered a shrimp. Six years later, eating has become part of the education at the Westminster college. At both regular meals and in special culinary programs, students are being exposed to an array of entrees -- from steamed mussels to roasted Chilean sea bass.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 29, 1996
Owings Mills won its fourth Baltimore County and region crowns this year, and sends 12 wrestlers to this weekend's 1A-2A state tournament at Western Maryland College.A victory would rank the No. 4 Eagles (18-1) with six-time 3A-4A champ Old Mill as the only Maryland programs to have won four state crowns, but perhaps no team has ever boasted the Eagles' cross-cultural, socio-economic uniqueness.They're a blend of late-blooming seniors, such as regional champs Shaun Andoll (160, 23-8) and Willie Broadnax (28-3)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 12, 2004
The grilled-cheese sandwich at Sun Moon & Stars might be the best you've ever tasted. The warm Swiss cheese oozes between thick slices of tangy, slightly buttery and perfectly toasted sourdough bread. Nestled alongside the sandwich is a generous handful of house-made potato chips - crisp, thin, slightly brown, delicately salted and completely free of grease. Top them off with a glass of fresh lemonade that's more sweet than tart, and you've got a treat. Sun Moon & Stars, which opened in February on Red Brook Boulevard in a sterile office park off Owings Mills Boulevard, could have coasted along as a deli serving bagels, sandwiches and salads to the power-suit crowd.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 19, 1997
Owings Mills' three-time state champion Steve Kessler (152) pinned all four opponents, including Prince George's County champ Tom Ratliff, to run his state-record winning streak to 123-0 (13-0 this year) in last night's South River Invitational.In the title bout, Kessler pinned Northeast's Anthony Brown (15-3), who had pinned Calvert's region runner-up Ahren Surgent in the quarterfinals and beaten Sherwood's Eric Gebicke (18-3) by 14-4 in the semifinals."I gave my all against Kessler, but he's great.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 29, 1995
In a gutty performance among heavyweights, DeMatha's Paul Babbington scored an overtime takedown on Anthony Smith, securing a 4-2 decision and a 31-29 victory over Owings Mills, ranked No. 5 in the area.The win earned third place in yesterday's Gilman Duals for DeMatha, coached by Elkridge resident Dick Messier. Blair Academy, ranked No. 2 in New Jersey and No. 12 in the nation by USA Today, won the event for the fourth time, 42-21, over St. Mark's of Delaware."If our 189-pounder [Kirk Lurie]
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 3, 1996
Owings Mills (142.5 points), ranked No. 1 in the state, obliterated the 1A-2A record for total points, and Steve Kessler (145) improved to a state-record 109-0 as the Eagles won their second straight state title, their fourth overall, yesterday at Western Maryland College.Kessler, a junior, used two technical falls, a 9-0 semifinal decision of Northeast's region champ T. R. Fleming, and a 12-4 title-bout rout of Southern-Garrett's No. 6 Nathan Rickman (34-2) to help the Eagles (18-1) eclipse the scoring record (125)
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 9, 1997
When being congratulated on his team's first-place standing after Friday's initial day of competition at the state wrestling tournament, Owings Mills coach Guy Pritzker gave a half-hearted smile."
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 9, 1997
When being congratulated on his team's first-place standing after Friday's initial day of competition at the state wrestling tournament, Owings Mills coach Guy Pritzker gave a half-hearted smile."
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 9, 1997
When being congratulated on his team's first-place standing after Friday's initial day of competition at the state wrestling tournament, Owings Mills coach Guy Pritzker gave a half-hearted smile."
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 8, 1997
Steve Kessler took another step toward completing a perfect career, and his seventh-ranked Owings Mills teammates took a tentative step toward their third straight state title last night in the opening rounds of the state championship meet at Western Maryland College.Owings Mills stood in first place in the Class 1A-2A competition with 34.5 points, just ahead of Southern of Garrett (31), Sparrows Point (29), Glenelg (29) and Northern (27).Leading the way for the Eagles was Kessler at 152 pounds.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 19, 1997
Owings Mills' three-time state champion Steve Kessler (152) pinned all four opponents, including Prince George's County champ Tom Ratliff, to run his state-record winning streak to 123-0 (13-0 this year) in last night's South River Invitational.In the title bout, Kessler pinned Northeast's Anthony Brown (15-3), who had pinned Calvert's region runner-up Ahren Surgent in the quarterfinals and beaten Sherwood's Eric Gebicke (18-3) by 14-4 in the semifinals."I gave my all against Kessler, but he's great.
SPORTS
March 13, 1996
Co-Coach of YearFred Bullock, Southwestern: Bullock's Sabers wrestled with their coach's trademark hard-nosed aggressiveness, led by two-time city champion Ronnie Powell, who also captured a region crown. The Sabers, who had just one senior, began the year slowly, losing dual meets to Patterson and Mervo. But the losses served as teaching vessels for Bullock, whose Sabers won the Wicomico, East Side and Baltimore City tournaments before being runner-up in the Class 3A-4A East Region behind Arundel, and in front of perennial powers such as Broadneck and Old Mill.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 3, 1996
Owings Mills (142.5 points), ranked No. 1 in the state, obliterated the 1A-2A record for total points, and Steve Kessler (145) improved to a state-record 109-0 as the Eagles won their second straight state title, their fourth overall, yesterday at Western Maryland College.Kessler, a junior, used two technical falls, a 9-0 semifinal decision of Northeast's region champ T. R. Fleming, and a 12-4 title-bout rout of Southern-Garrett's No. 6 Nathan Rickman (34-2) to help the Eagles (18-1) eclipse the scoring record (125)
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 9, 1997
When being congratulated on his team's first-place standing after Friday's initial day of competition at the state wrestling tournament, Owings Mills coach Guy Pritzker gave a half-hearted smile."
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 8, 1997
Steve Kessler took another step toward completing a perfect career, and his seventh-ranked Owings Mills teammates took a tentative step toward their third straight state title last night in the opening rounds of the state championship meet at Western Maryland College.Owings Mills stood in first place in the Class 1A-2A competition with 34.5 points, just ahead of Southern of Garrett (31), Sparrows Point (29), Glenelg (29) and Northern (27).Leading the way for the Eagles was Kessler at 152 pounds.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 29, 1996
Owings Mills won its fourth Baltimore County and region crowns this year, and sends 12 wrestlers to this weekend's 1A-2A state tournament at Western Maryland College.A victory would rank the No. 4 Eagles (18-1) with six-time 3A-4A champ Old Mill as the only Maryland programs to have won four state crowns, but perhaps no team has ever boasted the Eagles' cross-cultural, socio-economic uniqueness.They're a blend of late-blooming seniors, such as regional champs Shaun Andoll (160, 23-8) and Willie Broadnax (28-3)
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 8, 1996
The Overlea Falcons fought the match of their lives against Pikesville yesterday in the semifinals of the Class 1A-2A North Dual Meet Regional, capping off a back-and-forth struggle with a pin by heavyweight Scott Luebben to earn them a one-point team victory.The reward, however, was anything but sweet.Facing top-ranked Owings Mills in the finals, the Falcons never got a word in edgewise, as the host Golden Eagles won all 13 matches en route to a 66-0 win."There's no doubt about it, they've got the best team in the state," said Overlea coach Bruce Malinowski.
Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.