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August 3, 2007
EVELYN FLAX PODOLSKY, 90, in Miami, Florida, after a long illness. Mother of Frances Aronovitz (Alfred) of Miami and Bess Baird (Rod) of Asheville, N.C. Predeceased by sister, Doris Weisberg. Burial in Miami, Florida on August 2, 2007. To visit the Guest Book Online, go to www.MiamiHerald.com/obituaries.
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SPORTS
November 8, 2011
The senior captain came to the Grizzlies' rescue on two occasions this season, the last coming in Sunday's 3-0 win over McDonogh in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship game at Goucher College. After assisting on the game's first goal in the first half playing her usual midfield position, Flax took over as goalie in the second half when starter Kendall Kuntz had to leave the game with an injury. Flax, a two-year varsity starter, protected the 1-0 halftime lead with three saves as the Grizzlies (18-1-2)
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NEWS
June 14, 2005
On June 13, 2005, DORIS WEISBERG (nee Flax). Beloved wife of the late Samuel Fox and Morris Weisberg; beloved mother of Dick (Jessica) Weisberg and Chuck (Amy) Weisberg, both of Baltimore, MD; devoted sister of Evelyn Podolsky of Florida and the late Herbert Flax; loving grandmother of Eric Weisberg and Anita Heriot; loving great-grandmother of Joshua and Gabriel Beckerman. Services and interment at the Maryland Veteran Cemetery, Garrison Forest Road, on Wednesday, June 15 at 1:45 P.M. Please omit flowers.
NEWS
December 14, 2009
On December 12, 2009, Naomi Flax (nee Rombro); loving wife of the late Albert Flax; loving mother of Susan and Steven Jaffe of Philadelphia, PA, Robin and Mark Schlossberg of Ellicott City, MD, and Richard and Sherry Flax of Pikesville, MD; devoted sister of the late Marvin Rombro; sister-in-law of Doris Rombro and Dorothy Grossman; adored grandmother of Melissa Jaffe, Jennifer and Andy Palich, Andrew and Lauren Schlossberg, Megan and Scott Edelstein, Jonathan...
NEWS
June 24, 1997
The Goddard School for Early Childhood Education will open its second facility in Maryland next month with a preschool and after-school care program for as many as 120 students.The school is expected to open July 14 in a $1.1 million, 8,000-square-foot building off Columbia 100 Parkway, said Sandra Flax, who owns the Goddard franchise with her husband, Ross. The only other Goddard School in Maryland opened in January in Columbia's Hickory Ridge village."The Goddard philosophy is to tailor instruction to each child's developmental needs," Flax said.
BUSINESS
By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | September 13, 1998
Thirteen years ago, Larry Flax and Rick Rosenfield traded in the courtroom for the dining room, scrapping successful careers as federal prosecutors and, later, defense lawyers in Los Angeles to try their hand in the pizza business.That idea has exploded into an international chain of restaurants called California Pizza Kitchen Inc., with more than 80 locations.Last week, the chain added Baltimore, bringing the concept to the Pratt Street Pavilion at Harborplace in the city's Inner Harbor.
FEATURES
By A.M. Chaplin and A.M. Chaplin,SUN STAFF | November 21, 1996
Some mornings I wake up and I think to myself that my clothes had better treat me nicely because it s a sure bet nothing else will.On these mornings I don't reach for the fashiony stuff, but for the kinder, gentler duds. We're talking loose fit here, pull-on pants and unstructured jackets, clothes my husband refers to as "your Ho Chi Minh pajamas" for the functional-chic look they share with certain revolutionary uniforms.I like that look, baggy bottoms and all, and I love its comfort -- and at the same time I wish it were more fashionable.
NEWS
By Patrick Gilbert and Patrick Gilbert,Sun Staff Writer | February 21, 1994
Larry Flax and his partner, Neal Rosenfield, opened 45 gourmet pizza restaurants around the country without any problems. Then they came to Towson.The two former federal prosecutors from California want to put one of their restaurants on the site of the old Mano Swartz furrier at 424 York Road, but the Baltimore County Licensed Beverage Association -- which represents taverns, restaurants and package goods stores -- opposes that idea."
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Staff Writer | September 20, 1994
Pikesville field hockey coach Tim Fowler wanted to prove that his team could compete with the private schools, so he scheduled five-time AIS champ and No. 3 Roland Park for the season opener."
FEATURES
By Joe Graedon and Teresa Graedon, Ph.D. and Joe Graedon and Teresa Graedon, Ph.D.,SPECIAL TO THE SUN King Features Syndicate | December 23, 1997
I was fascinated to read that there is an herb that women can use to reduce sexual urges. Does it work for men?My husband would like sex every day, which I find excessive. Would there be any danger in giving him chaste tree berry to cool him down?Chaste tree (Vitex agnus-castus) was once reputed to lower libido. In fact, the spicy berries were known as "monk's pepper" and used to season monastery food in the expectation it would help them stay celibate.These days the extract of chaste tree berry is popular with women treating premenstrual or menopausal symptoms.
NEWS
August 3, 2007
EVELYN FLAX PODOLSKY, 90, in Miami, Florida, after a long illness. Mother of Frances Aronovitz (Alfred) of Miami and Bess Baird (Rod) of Asheville, N.C. Predeceased by sister, Doris Weisberg. Burial in Miami, Florida on August 2, 2007. To visit the Guest Book Online, go to www.MiamiHerald.com/obituaries.
NEWS
June 14, 2005
On June 13, 2005, DORIS WEISBERG (nee Flax). Beloved wife of the late Samuel Fox and Morris Weisberg; beloved mother of Dick (Jessica) Weisberg and Chuck (Amy) Weisberg, both of Baltimore, MD; devoted sister of Evelyn Podolsky of Florida and the late Herbert Flax; loving grandmother of Eric Weisberg and Anita Heriot; loving great-grandmother of Joshua and Gabriel Beckerman. Services and interment at the Maryland Veteran Cemetery, Garrison Forest Road, on Wednesday, June 15 at 1:45 P.M. Please omit flowers.
FEATURES
By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,SUN STAFF | September 12, 2001
The first message arrived at 9:37 a.m. Susan McBride had awakened in St. Louis yesterday, excited about a trip to New York City, where she was to be part of a taping for the Iyanla! talk show with her mother and sister. After hearing the news about the attack on the World Trade Center from her car radio, she went home and checked the airlines. Then she e-mailed the "Teabuds," a private digest of 82 women throughout the United States and Canada who "speak" daily via e-mail. I thought it was a hoax, like `War of the Worlds,' and then I realized it wasn't, she wrote.
FEATURES
By Rob Kasper | March 7, 2001
INSPIRATION CAN BE dangerous, especially when it strikes right before supper. Say, for example, you plan to make a pizza and you open the fridge and discover that there is a serious Italian sausage shortage. You scan the refrigeration shelves, looking for substitutes. A couple of pieces of last night's chicken come into focus, followed by a leftover pork roast of uncertain vintage and some slices of bacon. Down there on the bottom shelf, an old friend appears, and your mind flashes in a vision of an exciting new suppertime experience - hot-dog pizza.
BUSINESS
By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | September 13, 1998
Thirteen years ago, Larry Flax and Rick Rosenfield traded in the courtroom for the dining room, scrapping successful careers as federal prosecutors and, later, defense lawyers in Los Angeles to try their hand in the pizza business.That idea has exploded into an international chain of restaurants called California Pizza Kitchen Inc., with more than 80 locations.Last week, the chain added Baltimore, bringing the concept to the Pratt Street Pavilion at Harborplace in the city's Inner Harbor.
FEATURES
June 10, 1998
Editor's note: An old English folk tale that spins a similar yarnto the better-known German story, 'Rumpelstiltskin'.For eleven months the girl had all she liked to eat, and all the gowns she liked to get, and all the company she liked to keep. But when the time was getting over, she began to think about the skeins and to wonder if he had 'em in mind. But not one word did he say about 'em, and she thought he's wholly forgotten 'em.However, the last day of the eleventh month he takes her to a room she'd never set eyes on before.
BUSINESS
By Kevin L. McQuaid and Kevin L. McQuaid,Sun Staff Writer | October 4, 1994
In one of the largest Baltimore-area commercial real estate transactions of the year, a New York investment firm has purchased a 22-building business park in Woodlawn for roughly $25 million.Emmes & Co.'s acquisition Friday of the Meadows Business Park, a 1 million-square-foot collection of office and retail properties, also signals that investors are once again willing to shoulder the risk associated with highly speculative real estate deals, in exchange for anticipated positive returns.
FEATURES
By Joe Graedon and Teresa Graedon, Ph.D. and Joe Graedon and Teresa Graedon, Ph.D.,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 13, 1998
I've recently been diagnosed with genital herpes and treated it with the prescription drug Zovirax.I would rather use something more natural.Have any of your readers found alternative treatments that cure it? I read in an herbal book that olive leaf extract works. Is this true?Herpes infections are caused by a virus that resists cure even by the prescription drugs that control it effectively (Famvir, Valtrex, Zovirax).These antiviral medications speed healing and, if taken preventively, dramatically reduce the number of outbreaks.
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