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January 21, 2007
Katrina Myers Fore, the daughter of Jerry and Mary Jo Myers of Blackstone VA was married to D. Kevin Eisenhauer, the son of Doris Jacqueline McBeth and the late James Ward Eisenhauer on October 29th. The sunset wedding was held at the Inn at Corolla Light in Currituck NC. The couple resides in Disputanta VA and will be taking a M-bM-^@M-Busmooth jazzM-bM-^@M-Au honeymoon cruise in the eastern Caribbean in January.
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By Cristie Kerr, For The Baltimore Sun and By Cristie Kerr, For The Baltimore Sun | July 12, 2014
[Editor's note: Cristie Kerr, a member of Team USA in the inaugural LPGA International Crown, to be played July 24-27 at Caves Valley Golf Club, will be blogging for The Baltimore Sun about her experience.] Hello from across the pond! We have reached the halfway point in the LPGA schedule, and there is some great golf being played by a lot of gals out here. The Ricoh Women's British Open marks our third major of the year and second major in the past three tournaments leading up to the International Crown at the end of the month.
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NEWS
December 21, 2004
On December 19, 2004, LYNDA JEAN, beloved mother of Angela Sutton; devoted sister of Ronald Gullion, John Fore, Diane Cullotta and the late Gerald Lewis; loving fiancee of Jim Scalio. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home Inc, 9705 Belair Rd (Perry Hall) on Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where Services will be held on Wednesday at 10 A.M. Entombment in Parkwood Cemetery.
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By Mary Johnson, For The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2014
When Ken Ludwig's golf farce, "The Fox on the Fairway" premiered at Signature Theatre in Arlington, Va., in 2010, the prolific playwright described his work as "a tribute to the classic English farces of the 1930s and 1940s. " In Prince George's Little Theatre's current production at Bowie Playhouse, Ludwig's goal is realized, exposing insanity on the golf course and in the clubhouse - at least by enthusiasts with their outrageous costumes. The show finds the heads of two rival golf clubs - Dickie Bell of the Crouching Squirrel and Henry Bingham of the Quail Valley Club -- plotting strategies to defeat the other in an imminent tournament.
NEWS
December 6, 2003
Elizabeth G. Fore, a registered nurse and certified addictions counselor, died of cancer Nov. 29 at Brightwood Center in Lutherville. The Annapolis resident was 66. Born Elizabeth Grimes in Baltimore and raised in Roland Park, she was a 1955 graduate of Bryn Mawr School. Mrs. Fore began her career as an emergency room nurse at Johns Hopkins Hospital after her 1960 graduation from its old nursing school. The next year, she married Dr. William Whately Fore and moved to Greenville, N.C., where she continued working as an emergency room nurse.
ENTERTAINMENT
By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,Sun Pop Music Critic | April 19, 1991
Usually, the last thing a singer wants to do after finishing a show is give interviews. But Billy Bragg, despite having finished two shows in Northampton, Mass., this April evening, is more than happy to get on the phone and gab.What makes him so eager? Perhaps it's because Bragg, after weeks of being cooped up in a London recording studio working on his next album, just got back from a camping trip in Arizona."It was really good," he says of the vacation. "Otherwise, I would have gone straight out of the studio and onto the road.
FEATURES
By Tim Smith and Tim Smith,Sun music critic | June 26, 2007
Back -- way back -- in the day, big movie palaces had orchestras on hand to provide live music for silent films, creating a kind of opera without words. Once talkies came in, of course, everything changed. You can still come across the occasional opportunity to relive the wonderful aural experience of a silent movie with live orchestral accompaniment. Lately, it has also been possible to encounter such accompaniment with old sound movies. A particular popular example of the latter is The Wizard of Oz, which blew into Meyerhoff Symphony Hall on Saturday night and drew a large, age-diverse crowd.
SPORTS
May 25, 2003
The numbers .204 Gary Matthews' batting average be fore getting claimed on waivers. .387 Jerry Hairston's on-base percentage be fore going on the DL. .239 Larry Bigbie's bat ting average before going on the DL. 16 Doubles by Luis Matos at Triple-A Ottawa before his promotion. 56 Hits in 44 games by Brian Roberts at Ottawa before his promotion.
NEWS
By Joe Mathews and Joe Mathews,SUN STAFF | October 13, 1996
A Baltimore narcotics detective is part-owner of a South Baltimore bar -- an arrangement police officials are investigating as a possible conflict of interest.City records show that the detective, Thomas B. Fore, purchased a 25 percent interest in the Ropewalk Inc. in November. That corporation's sole business is the Ropewalk Pub at 1209 S. Charles St.Fore had a small role in a recent drug investigation in South Baltimore that officials termed "major," though the area under investigation included the Ropewalk and the targets of the investigation included Ropewalk patrons, Baltimore police Lt. Thomas Grimes and Detective Sgt. Jim Cappuccino said.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | March 23, 1998
A city police officer's attempt to halt an investigation into his activities has provided a glimpse into a two-year corruption and gambling probe that court documents say was centered at a South Baltimore bar.The investigation at Ropewalk Tavern at 1209 S. Charles St. led detectives to a convicted murderer, who allegedly accepted bets on football games and kept a .38-caliber handgun at the bar, according to a sealed Police Department search warrant application,...
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | February 9, 2013
It takes little effort to find severe problems with the character of Richard Wagner, the man who was born two centuries ago and, as he was the first to acknowledge, became one of history's greatest composers. It's much harder to dismiss his music, which is receiving extra attention around the world during this bicentennial year. Locally, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is taking a close look at Wagner over the next few months. The focus starts this week with a program featuring, in concert form, Act 1 from "Die Walkure," the second of four operas that comprise "The Ring of the Nibelung," the epic filled with heroic and villainous mortals, giants, troubled gods, Valkyries on horseback, horned helmets, a mighty sword and, of course, a magical ring.
FEATURES
By Kevin Cowherd and Kevin Cowherd,Sun reporter | June 14, 2008
As mandated by law, all dads are required to fall into one of four categories for Father's Day: those who like power tools; those who like big, fancy grills that could cook up a moose; those who like fancy electronic gadgets; and those who golf. If the dad in your house is a golfer, one of those curious individuals who enjoys the emotional flagellation that comes with this most difficult sport, why not treat the big guy to 18 holes this weekend? If you decide to, here's a purely subjective look at some public courses in the Baltimore area that Dad might enjoy - or that might send him over the edge if he's really hacking it up: BEST FOR DAD'S EGO Longview Golf Course 1 Cardigan Road, Timonium 410-887-7795 baltimoregolfing.
FEATURES
By Tim Smith and Tim Smith,Sun music critic | June 26, 2007
Back -- way back -- in the day, big movie palaces had orchestras on hand to provide live music for silent films, creating a kind of opera without words. Once talkies came in, of course, everything changed. You can still come across the occasional opportunity to relive the wonderful aural experience of a silent movie with live orchestral accompaniment. Lately, it has also been possible to encounter such accompaniment with old sound movies. A particular popular example of the latter is The Wizard of Oz, which blew into Meyerhoff Symphony Hall on Saturday night and drew a large, age-diverse crowd.
NEWS
By Jason Skog and Jason Skog,Special to The Sun | May 16, 2007
Situated on the sunny South Carolina coast, Myrtle Beach continues to make its name as a golf destination with more than 100 golf courses scattered across the Grand Strand. The area features some of the most challenging, beautiful and famous golf courses in the world. But Myrtle Beach, which lures more than 14 million visitors a year, is increasingly establishing itself as a family destination with its abundant beaches, gleaming new resort complexes and amusement parks. Despite last year's closing of the Pavilion Amusement Park - a tourist favorite for 58 years - other fun family adventures are on tap, including miniature golf, arcade games and NASCAR-like racing.
NEWS
January 21, 2007
Katrina Myers Fore, the daughter of Jerry and Mary Jo Myers of Blackstone VA was married to D. Kevin Eisenhauer, the son of Doris Jacqueline McBeth and the late James Ward Eisenhauer on October 29th. The sunset wedding was held at the Inn at Corolla Light in Currituck NC. The couple resides in Disputanta VA and will be taking a M-bM-^@M-Busmooth jazzM-bM-^@M-Au honeymoon cruise in the eastern Caribbean in January.
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,sun reporter | September 1, 2006
Harry M. Dunbar's campaign to be Howard County executive seems like a classic novice's effort. The maverick Democrat has little money for advertising and has been shunned by mainstream party members, who are backing County Councilman Ken Ulman in the Sept. 12 primary. The 62-year-old federal retiree and real estate agent has based his campaign on dissatisfaction with the pace of development, making flamboyant, often inaccurate charges about the most sensitive political issue in the county this year.
NEWS
March 16, 2006
On March 14, 2006 SHIRLEY LOUDABRASKY (nee Pailer). Beloved wife of Gilbert Dabrasky; loving mother of Winkey Dabrasky, Terry Brashear, Timmy Dabrasky, Brian Dabrasky, Vickey Kline, Cheryl Dabrasky, Tina Dabrasky and the late Terry Dabrasky; cherished mother-in-law of Eric Jones, Sr. Robert Kline and Peggy Fore; dear sister of the late Robert Pailer and Charles Pailer, Jr.; devoted grandmother of Tabatha and Ashley Dabrasky, Eric Jones, Jr., Samantha Dabrasky,...
NEWS
March 16, 2006
On March 14, 2006 SHIRLEY LOUDABRASKY (nee Pailer). Beloved wife of Gilbert Dabrasky; loving mother of Winkey Dabrasky, Terry Brashear, Timmy Dabrasky, Brian Dabrasky, Vickey Kline, Cheryl Dabrasky, Tina Dabrasky and the late Terry Dabrasky; cherished mother-in-law of Eric Jones, Sr. Robert Kline and Peggy Fore; dear sister of the late Robert Pailer and Charles Pailer, Jr.; devoted grandmother of Tabatha and Ashley Dabrasky, Eric Jones, Jr., Samantha Dabrasky,...
NEWS
December 21, 2004
On December 19, 2004, LYNDA JEAN, beloved mother of Angela Sutton; devoted sister of Ronald Gullion, John Fore, Diane Cullotta and the late Gerald Lewis; loving fiancee of Jim Scalio. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home Inc, 9705 Belair Rd (Perry Hall) on Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where Services will be held on Wednesday at 10 A.M. Entombment in Parkwood Cemetery.
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