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May 11, 1998
May 11-13 International Development Research Council world conference, Baltimore Convention Center. Contact: Martha Finlay, 770-446-8955. Expected attendance: 2,000May 18-22 American Geophysical Union spring meeting, Convention Center. Contact: Brenda Weaver, 202-939-3203. Expected attendance: 3,000May 19-22 CTI Expo and trade show on telephony communications and the Internet, Convention Center. Contact: Diana Rodriguez, 800-243-6002. Expected attendance: 1,000May 21-24 Praise Power Conference, Convention Center.
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Courtesy of Inside Lacrosse magazine | May 24, 2012
•There were no youth leagues in their native Warrenton, Va., when David and Matt Miller wanted to begin playing lacrosse. And a journey that began in the backyard with their mother teaching them how to play while using the wooden women's sticks from her college days continues this weekend, with both brothers playing in the Division I men's semifinals. David Miller is a senior at Maryland and a starting short-stick defensive midfielder. Matt Miller , a junior, is starting defenseman for Notre Dame, the top-ranked defense in the nation.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | March 6, 1994
Edgewood won its second straight regional championship last night, but it did not come without a struggle.The Rams, with senior Alfred McAllister the only returning starter from last year's 1A titlist, pushed their record to 17-4 with a 65-55 victory over an Overlea team that was a threat to pull out this Class 2A North final out almost to the end.Overlea, behind much of the night, was within 37-34 with three minutes left in the third period when Edgewood suddenly...
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December 6, 2005
"I am a total Republican, and I'm totally angry," says Susan Finlay. We're seated in her home overlooking the Little Choptank River, where she and her husband, Luke, are hosting a gathering of environmentally concerned Republicans. As Finlay talks, you realize that to care, as she does, about both environmental and Republican ideals these days is to be deeply conflicted. The Bush administration and the Republican leadership of Congress have weakened clean-air regulation, denied global warming, defunded science, undercut the Environmental Protection Agency, attacked public land preservation and set the stage for more decades of polluting energy generation.
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February 23, 1994
Shipley's Choice Elementary School will be honored today at an awards ceremony and luncheon as one of Maryland's Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence.The Millersville school was one of eight elementaries statewide to be recognized for student performance, leadership, teaching environment, curriculum and instruction, student environment, parent and community support, and vitality.The school, with an enrollment of about 450 students, competed against 38 other schools for the honor.Shipley's Choice will now compete in the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program, which is administered by the U.S. government.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | March 4, 1995
Experience proved too much for visiting Aberdeen last night as No. 20 Edgewood kept its composure down the stretch and turned away the young Eagles, 53-45, in the Class 2A North region final.The victory sends the Rams back to Cole Field House for the second straight year.Senior Chris Finlay led the top-seeded Rams with 14 points, and junior Damion Smothers added 10.Aberdeen (13-10), committed eight turnovers in the fourth quarter, had three players with 11 points -- underclassmen Gabe Neal, Tommy Mims and Adam Vesely.
BUSINESS
April 27, 1998
April 27-29 American College of Surgeons meeting, Baltimore Convention Center. Contact: Diane Dale, 312-664-2435. Expected attendance: 1,500April 27-May 1 U.S. Postal Service, Hilton Tower (formerly Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore). Contact: Beth Shriver, 202-268-5595. Expected attendance: 300May 1-3 Baltimore Women's Show, Maryland State Fairgrounds, Timonium. Fashions, exhibits, career, lifestyle, health seminars and more. Contact: Katie Nivens, 410-296-1148. Expected attendance: 2,000May 10-13 International Development Research Council world conference, Convention Center.
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By Rob Morse | February 25, 1994
San Francisco -- THREE hours before Randy Shilts' memorial service here Tuesday the Rev. Fred Phelps, frequent-flier bigot, was still on the plane from Topeka, Kan., with his "Fags Burn in Hell" signs in the overhead compartments.Three of Randy's friends were sitting in the Rev. Cecil Williams' office in Glide Memorial United Methodist Church, taking a break from setting up the service."We figured that Randy is the one who called the ol' Rev.," said Linda Alband, who was Randy's assistant for many years and had known him since his Oregon days in the mid-1970s.
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By SEATTLE TIMES | November 26, 2000
SEATTLE - Each morning, Kevin Finlay heads to work at the world's largest airplane company. The company has also been the biggest producer of something else: Seattle's middle class. From fathers to sons, to their sons and daughters after them, Boeing jobs have helped define Seattle as a place of middle-class incomes and aspirations. So after nearly a decade of a turbocharged economic growth, what does it mean to be middle class around here? For two generations of the Finlay family, the answer largely turns on one factor: expectations.
NEWS
December 6, 2005
"I am a total Republican, and I'm totally angry," says Susan Finlay. We're seated in her home overlooking the Little Choptank River, where she and her husband, Luke, are hosting a gathering of environmentally concerned Republicans. As Finlay talks, you realize that to care, as she does, about both environmental and Republican ideals these days is to be deeply conflicted. The Bush administration and the Republican leadership of Congress have weakened clean-air regulation, denied global warming, defunded science, undercut the Environmental Protection Agency, attacked public land preservation and set the stage for more decades of polluting energy generation.
NEWS
By SEATTLE TIMES | November 26, 2000
SEATTLE - Each morning, Kevin Finlay heads to work at the world's largest airplane company. The company has also been the biggest producer of something else: Seattle's middle class. From fathers to sons, to their sons and daughters after them, Boeing jobs have helped define Seattle as a place of middle-class incomes and aspirations. So after nearly a decade of a turbocharged economic growth, what does it mean to be middle class around here? For two generations of the Finlay family, the answer largely turns on one factor: expectations.
BUSINESS
May 11, 1998
May 11-13 International Development Research Council world conference, Baltimore Convention Center. Contact: Martha Finlay, 770-446-8955. Expected attendance: 2,000May 18-22 American Geophysical Union spring meeting, Convention Center. Contact: Brenda Weaver, 202-939-3203. Expected attendance: 3,000May 19-22 CTI Expo and trade show on telephony communications and the Internet, Convention Center. Contact: Diana Rodriguez, 800-243-6002. Expected attendance: 1,000May 21-24 Praise Power Conference, Convention Center.
BUSINESS
April 27, 1998
April 27-29 American College of Surgeons meeting, Baltimore Convention Center. Contact: Diane Dale, 312-664-2435. Expected attendance: 1,500April 27-May 1 U.S. Postal Service, Hilton Tower (formerly Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore). Contact: Beth Shriver, 202-268-5595. Expected attendance: 300May 1-3 Baltimore Women's Show, Maryland State Fairgrounds, Timonium. Fashions, exhibits, career, lifestyle, health seminars and more. Contact: Katie Nivens, 410-296-1148. Expected attendance: 2,000May 10-13 International Development Research Council world conference, Convention Center.
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | March 4, 1995
Experience proved too much for visiting Aberdeen last night as No. 20 Edgewood kept its composure down the stretch and turned away the young Eagles, 53-45, in the Class 2A North region final.The victory sends the Rams back to Cole Field House for the second straight year.Senior Chris Finlay led the top-seeded Rams with 14 points, and junior Damion Smothers added 10.Aberdeen (13-10), committed eight turnovers in the fourth quarter, had three players with 11 points -- underclassmen Gabe Neal, Tommy Mims and Adam Vesely.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | March 6, 1994
Edgewood won its second straight regional championship last night, but it did not come without a struggle.The Rams, with senior Alfred McAllister the only returning starter from last year's 1A titlist, pushed their record to 17-4 with a 65-55 victory over an Overlea team that was a threat to pull out this Class 2A North final out almost to the end.Overlea, behind much of the night, was within 37-34 with three minutes left in the third period when Edgewood suddenly...
NEWS
By Rob Morse | February 25, 1994
San Francisco -- THREE hours before Randy Shilts' memorial service here Tuesday the Rev. Fred Phelps, frequent-flier bigot, was still on the plane from Topeka, Kan., with his "Fags Burn in Hell" signs in the overhead compartments.Three of Randy's friends were sitting in the Rev. Cecil Williams' office in Glide Memorial United Methodist Church, taking a break from setting up the service."We figured that Randy is the one who called the ol' Rev.," said Linda Alband, who was Randy's assistant for many years and had known him since his Oregon days in the mid-1970s.
NEWS
By MICHAEL OLESKER | August 9, 1992
Near the end of his life, my father told me a story that had haunted his memory for half a century about the death camps of Europe in World War II.''That kind of thing could never happen again,'' I assured him, with the wisdom that comes from too many hours spent reading the sports pages.My father just looked at me and shook his head forlornly. His son still had so much to learn.If he were alive today, my father would read about the concentration camps of Bosnia-Herzegovina, and the criminalizing of language to hide the act of murder, and he would say, ''Yes, it was just like that.
FEATURES
By John Dorsey and John Dorsey,Art Critic | April 11, 1993
Gregory Weidman's normal level of enthusiasm is pretty high, but it rises even higher when she talks about her recent discoveries. "It was like finding the Rosetta Stone," she says. "We can attribute with certainty maybe 10 times -- 10? maybe 50 times -- what we could before."It's every researcher's dream to find the key that makes everything fit into place in her field. The Rosetta Stone was the key that led to deciphering the Egyptian hieroglyphics. In Ms. Weidman's case, the "hieroglyphics" are Baltimore painted furniture of the early 19th century.
NEWS
February 23, 1994
Shipley's Choice Elementary School will be honored today at an awards ceremony and luncheon as one of Maryland's Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence.The Millersville school was one of eight elementaries statewide to be recognized for student performance, leadership, teaching environment, curriculum and instruction, student environment, parent and community support, and vitality.The school, with an enrollment of about 450 students, competed against 38 other schools for the honor.Shipley's Choice will now compete in the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program, which is administered by the U.S. government.
FEATURES
By John Dorsey and John Dorsey,Art Critic | April 11, 1993
Gregory Weidman's normal level of enthusiasm is pretty high, but it rises even higher when she talks about her recent discoveries. "It was like finding the Rosetta Stone," she says. "We can attribute with certainty maybe 10 times -- 10? maybe 50 times -- what we could before."It's every researcher's dream to find the key that makes everything fit into place in her field. The Rosetta Stone was the key that led to deciphering the Egyptian hieroglyphics. In Ms. Weidman's case, the "hieroglyphics" are Baltimore painted furniture of the early 19th century.
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