February 24, 2011
MEN Zach Brenneman, Notre Dame Senior, East Hampton, N.Y., midfielder He helped the No. 4 Fighting Irish open the season on the right foot with a 12-7 victory over No. 10 Duke on Sunday. Brenneman recorded a career-best five points on three goals and two assists. It was his third consecutive hat trick dating back to last spring, and the performance helped Brenneman — who posted 29 goals and 13 assists last year — earn the Big East's Offensive Player of the Week honor.
January 31, 2000
Abner W. Sibal, 78, a former two-term Republican member of the House of Representatives from Connecticut, died Thursday of a heart attack at his home in Alexandria, Va. He served in Congress from 1961 until his defeat for re-election in 1964. Henry David Akin, 100, a lawyer for more than seven decades and lead partner in the Dallas law firm Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, died of pneumonia Thursday. As an attorney, Mr. Akin mentored two young lawyers, Robert Strauss and Richard Gump, and 21 years later became partners with them in an internationally known law firm bearing their names.
September 19, 1993
Americans have never been a nation of vegetable lovers. French fries, maybe, and some ketchup. Add a few leaves of iceberg lettuce and some corn on the cob during August, and you have the total vegetable consumption of many.One of the reasons we don't eat more vegetables is because they can be dull, especially now that butter and cheese sauce are verboten.Enter roasted vegetables. And one of their possible conclusions, the roasted vegetable terrine. As we knew them, vegetable terrines consisted of layers of pureed vegetables cooked so long that they lose all their taste.
March 13, 2003
Rose Bezilla, a homemaker and former candy store clerk, died of cancer Saturday at Mercy Medical Center. She was 77. Born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., Rose Lewandowski worked during World War II as a telephone switchboard operator after her graduation from high school. She married John Bezilla in 1946, and the couple lived in California and Maine before settling on Fleet Street in Baltimore's Fells Point in the early 1960s. Her husband, a postal worker, died in 1994. After raising 12 children, Mrs. Bezilla worked during the 1980s as a clerk for Sweet Craft, a Harborplace candy shop.
May 11, 1997
EAST HAMPTON, N.Y. -- To reading, 'riting and 'rithmetic, some teachers now add a fourth R - restraint. Many classrooms are so unruly that teachers spend more time on discipline than on teaching. But at John Marshall Elementary School here, the students seem unusually calm and quiet as they work together at their desks.Their teachers credit a relatively new approach called the Responsive Classroom. "The word 'discipline' doesn't really appear in this," said Olivia Brooks, who teaches first grade.
April 11, 2009
Harold K. Deutsch, who brought popular football and news programming to WCBM-AM radio as its former vice president and general manager, died of cancer Monday at his home in East Hampton, N.Y. The former Owings Mills resident was 84. Born in Cleveland, he earned a marketing degree from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and served in the Army during World War II. Mr. Deutsch moved to New York City and became a salesman at WINS-AM. "He got his start in radio in New York and worked in the great era of Murray the K [a disc jockey]
March 27, 2003
RUTH SYLVIA HEALY died of brain cancer, Sunday, March 23, 2003 at her home in Ellicott City, MD. She was 65 at the time of her death. A native of Sagaponack, L.I., New York, Mrs. Healy graduated from East Hampton L.I. High School and Fredonia State College, Fredonia, NY where she majored in music. In 1965, she earned a Master's degree in Music from Trenton State University, Trenton, NJ and completed her Doctor's Equivalency courses form various institutions including Duquesne University, Pittsburg, PA, Villanova University, Philadelphia, PA and Town State College, Towson, MD. Before moving to Baltimore in 1966, Mrs. Healy taught children of Department of Defense employees in Nurnberg, Germany.
March 9, 2005
Richard K. Tucker, a former Evening Sun reporter and Korean War correspondent, died in his sleep Saturday at his home in Mansfield, Mass. He was 89. Mr. Tucker was born and raised in Fort Madison, Iowa, and earned a bachelor's degree in journalism in 1936 from the University of Iowa. He was a reporter for the Indianapolis News for six years until joining the Army in 1942, when he joined the staff of Gen. Douglas MacArthur in the Pacific. He also was a witness to the Japanese surrender aboard the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay, family members said.
August 11, 2001
Soundtrack to film by Carey delayed First the opening date of Mariah Carey's movie was postponed; now the release of her soundtrack has been delayed. Glitter was expected to hit stores Aug. 21, but Virgin Records now plans to release the soundtrack Sept. 11. The movie Glitter, starring Carey as an aspiring pop star, was to open nationwide Aug. 31, but 20th Century Fox moved it this week to Sept. 21. Both projects were postponed after the 31-year-old Grammy winner suffered an emotional breakdown last month.