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July 11, 2004
On July 8, 2004, HARRY EISENBERG, beloved husband of the late Jean Eisenberg (nee Moses); beloved father of Beverly Willen and Melvin Eisenberg; beloved father-in-law of Philip Willen and Adele Eisenberg; beloved brother of Louis Eisenberg and the late Rae Mazaroff, Jean C. Lipman and Maurice Eisenberg; beloved son of the late Julius and Anna Eisenberg; loving grandfather of Barry and Sheryl Willen, Susan and Henry Rosenberg, Lyle Eisenberg and Jessica Eisenberg....
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BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | April 12, 2014
Deborah Eisenberg started her law career as a litigator who loved the "thrill of the battle," standing up for the disadvantaged and less powerful. But when it comes to resolving disputes, sometimes she says it's better to talk it out. Eisenberg, a professor at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, specializes in employment law and dispute resolutions. She serves as faculty director of the UM Carey Center for Dispute Resolution and also works as a mediator in civil and employment cases.
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NEWS
April 8, 2008
The Officers, Board of Trustees and Staff of Beth El Congregation express a deep sense of loss on the passing of our Member MOLLIE EISENBERG. Her affiliation with our synagogue was a meaningful expression of loyalty to our faith.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | September 1, 2011
Not going to Virgin Mobile FreeFest? Here's some counterprogramming for ya. Winks, Weekends, Witches Meet, DJ Max Eisenberg will perform a free show at Johns Hopkins that same night. The show is part of the Baltimore Curators Series, a student group out of Hopkins that organizes free concerts and talks. Last year's curator, Dope Body, tapped Future Islands , Ecstatic Sunshine, and Rapdragons to perform at the free show. Weekends, which released " Strange Cultures " this Spring, curated this year's event.
NEWS
By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | June 14, 1999
Gerson Gutman Eisenberg, a writer and longtime supporter of Maryland history and arts, died yesterday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center after a lengthy illness. He was 90 and lived in Pikesville.Mr. Eisenberg served on many boards and donated money to intellectual and artistic causes. He also wrote books on travel and history, and created an audiotaped, self-guided tour of Baltimore in 1969 -- a first for any U.S. city.He was born in Baltimore, the son of Abram Eisenberg, the owner of Eisenberg's Underselling store on Lexington Street.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | July 15, 2004
Harry Eisenberg, a former Johns Hopkins research technician who founded the Willen Drug Co. to produce pharmaceuticals developed in hospital work, died of a neurological infection July 8 at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Northwest Baltimore resident was 96. Mr. Eisenberg was born and raised in an East Baltimore rowhouse, the son of Lithuanian immigrants. After graduating from City College in 1926, he worked briefly as a drugstore soda jerk before going to work the next year in the metabolic laboratory at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he first studied under Dr. George Thorne and later the noted Dr. John Eager Howard.
NEWS
By Dan Fesperman and Dan Fesperman,SUN STAFF | November 15, 1998
Sandy Frenkil Eisenberg, a longtime supporter of Maryland arts and cultural organizations, died Thursday at Sinai Hospital after an extended illness. She was 88 and lived in Pikesville.Mrs. Eisenberg served on the boards of the Maryland Historical Society, the Women's Civic League, the Jewish Historical Society of Maryland, the Lyric Foundation, the Baltimore Opera Guild and the Harford Opera Company.Those interests translated into voluntarism and fund raising, which carried over into the philanthropy of her husband, local historian and author Gerson G. Eisenberg, including the donation of the Eisenberg Collection of paintings to the Baltimore Museum of Art.The couple's involvement also included the establishment of the Gerson G. and Sandy Eisenberg Endowment for the Humanities Collection at the Milton S. Eisenhower Library of the Johns Hopkins University.
NEWS
By Michael Pakenham | October 13, 1996
As is eminently appropriate so long as they don't deprive The Sun's readers of their insights and delights, staff members of this newspaper write books from time to time.Two that are now in bookstores are "The Miss Dennis School of Writing and other Lessons from a Woman's Life," by Alice Steinbach (Bancroft. 307 pages $22.95) and "The Longest Shot, Lil E. Tee and the Kentucky Derby," by John Eisenberg. (University Press of Kentucky. 224 pages. $24.95).The Sun holds its staff in high esteem, and yields no quarter in admiration of their writings, including, naturally enough, these books.
NEWS
By Linda Linley and Linda Linley,SUN STAFF | December 18, 2001
A veteran educator from Texas has been named the head of St. Paul's School for Girls in Brooklandville. Nancy Laufe Eisenberg, the academic dean of Episcopal High School in Houston, will become the sixth head of St. Paul's School for Girls on July 1. Eisenberg, 52, will replace Evelyn A. Flory, who is retiring in June. "This is a good time for me to do this," Eisenberg said yesterday. "It was the logical next step." Her 28-year career has included teaching English in Houston public schools before moving to Episcopal, a coeducational high school with nearly 600 students, in 1986.
FEATURES
By Carl Schoettler and Carl Schoettler,SUN STAFF | February 2, 2004
Jack Eisenberg's photographs are scattered around his house like wayward pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. He's piled photographs in little stacks all over the dining room table, on the chairs, on the sideboard, on every flat surface, in fact. He and Nancy Graboski sort through them like archaeologists assembling shards from a site rich in artifacts. They're putting the pictures together in themes for a survey of his work in a show that opens Wednesday at Graboski's gallery, the Beveled Edge, at 5909 Falls Road, with an adjunct exhibit at the Sylvan Beach Cafe, 7 W. Preston St., that opens Thursday.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Michael Sragow, The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2010
Between scenes on "The Social Network," which shot for three days last November at Johns Hopkins sites doubling for Harvard, Jesse Eisenberg sat on a folding chair at an empty folding table across from the Baltimore Museum of Art , dressed in a grey Gap hoodie, reading Mark Haddon's "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. " Although "Adventureland" and "Zombieland" had won him acclaim and a bit of fame, passers-by might have thought Eisenberg was a Hopkins undergraduate killing time on a slow Tuesday with a quality paperback.
FEATURES
By Michael Sragow | November 6, 2009
Even before the undead yet live-wire comedy-horror hit "Zombieland," Jesse Eisenberg had established a beachhead as the thinking man's Michael Cera: slender and sensitive but also emotionally tough and sinewy. In "The Squid and the Whale," playing the older adolescent son of an estranged intellectual couple, and in "Adventureland," playing a recent college grad and aspiring travel writer, spinning his wheels and falling in love at a summer job in an amusement park, Eisenberg was equally potent playing fecklessness or sincerity, and better yet when he played both at the same time.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Reporter | May 3, 2008
Kieran Flannery overpowered Friends' batters and St. Vincent Pallotti collected 13 hits, including seven for extra bases, in a 10-0 victory in five innings yesterday at Panther Park in Laurel. Flannery, a senior pitcher-catcher who was an All-Metro selection last season, pitched a two-hitter with 12 strikeouts (six in a row during one stretch) and walked two on 86 pitches for the Panthers. "I only throw a fastball and curveball," said Flannery (5-3), who also had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI. "My curveball was breaking well today, and I had some velocity on my fastball."
NEWS
April 8, 2008
The Officers, Board of Trustees and Staff of Beth El Congregation express a deep sense of loss on the passing of our Member MOLLIE EISENBERG. Her affiliation with our synagogue was a meaningful expression of loyalty to our faith.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 14, 2007
Drum and dance The lowdown -- Enjoy a showcase of some of Maryland's traditional dancers and musicians. Nations across the world will be represented by performers, including Ahmad Borhani, a leader of the Iranian music scene; Baile McKnight, African drum master; and Nilimma Devi, Indian Kuchipudi dancer and choreographer. Maryland legend and celebrated Piedmont Blues Harmonica player Phil Wiggins will headline the show. If you go -- The event is 7:30 tonight at the Creative Alliance at the Patterson, 3134 Eastern Ave. Tickets are $5. Call 410-276-1651 or go to creativealli ance.
SPORTS
January 6, 2007
Columnists should be like Eisenberg Back when Sun columnist John Eisenberg took a leave of absence, my reaction was "no big deal." It wasn't until he was gone that I realized how much I enjoyed his fact-opinion articles and his writing in general. Laura Vecsey came to town and never got the memo that she wasn't in Seattle anymore, as every article she ever wrote on the Orioles had some reference to the Mariners. Then came Rick Maese, who, I believe, covered Cal Ripken's retirement five years ago for his junior high school newspaper.
FEATURES
By Michael Sragow | November 6, 2009
Even before the undead yet live-wire comedy-horror hit "Zombieland," Jesse Eisenberg had established a beachhead as the thinking man's Michael Cera: slender and sensitive but also emotionally tough and sinewy. In "The Squid and the Whale," playing the older adolescent son of an estranged intellectual couple, and in "Adventureland," playing a recent college grad and aspiring travel writer, spinning his wheels and falling in love at a summer job in an amusement park, Eisenberg was equally potent playing fecklessness or sincerity, and better yet when he played both at the same time.
SPORTS
December 31, 2006
Eisenberg: Ravens provide 2006 joy Columnist John Eisenberg says the Ravens' smashing success this season puts a happy ending on a tough year in local sports. Pg 12D
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