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March 1, 2009
The Ellicott City Senior Center, 9401 Frederick Road, will offer Thirst 'n' Howl Musical Productions' Rosie The Riveter, an original revue honoring the women of the 1940s who supported the home front during World War II, at 1 p.m. Tuesday. Admission is free. "Heart Health for Women," a free program presented by Marilyn Smedberg-Gobbett, volunteer coordinator with the National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease, will be presented at 10:30 a.m. Thursday. She will discuss prevention, early detection, diagnosis and proper treatment.
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EXPLORE
August 7, 2013
I would like to thank the generous lady at the Laurel Regional Hospital. On Saturday, June 29, my daughter was in the hospital and desperately wanted to watch television. The cafeteria and gift shop were closed and I needed exact change ($8) to insert in the machine to get a card for TV in the room. I was at the front desk asking everyone if they had change. A visitor gave me $8 and I gave her a $20 bill. While I was inserting the money in the machine she slipped the $20 in my bag. She was too generous and I don't know how to thank her. Betty Frizzell Laurel
NEWS
April 26, 2005
Luril D. Greene-Curtis, a hotel worker, died of a heart attack Thursday at Maryland General Hospital. The East Baltimore resident was 38. Born Luril D. Greene in Baltimore, she was raised on East Preston Street. After graduating in 1984 from the Institute of Notre Dame, she took at job with the FBI in Washington. In 1993, she became a hotel concierge at the Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore. She later held a job in human resources at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel and since last year had been working the front desk at Marriott's Hunt Valley Inn. Mrs. Greene-Curtis enjoyed dancing, cooking and entertaining.
NEWS
July 12, 2003
John Henry Musterman III, a telephone lines supervisor, died of heart failure July 5 at Ruxton Manor Care. The Timonium resident was 93. Born in Annapolis, he was a 1928 graduate of Annapolis High School and earned a diploma at the Bliss Electrical School in Washington. He joined AT&T in Baltimore about 60 years ago and became a supervisor. He remained there 40 years. He then ran the front desk at Easter's Lock and Key Service until about 10 years ago. He was a member of the Telephone Pioneers of Maryland and Ascension Lutheran Church.
NEWS
By Jean Block Bessmer | June 11, 1998
LAST Saturday night in Baltimore I slept with a couple I'd never met before. Well, it's a long story that came about because of the shortage of hotel rooms in the area.I had arrived in the city early in the evening to enjoy dinner with friends. Before we knew it time had flown. It was 3 a.m. -- too late for me to drive back to Rockville alone. So I began calling local hotels, searching for a room for the night.It quickly became clear to me that I would not find a room -- even the Hunt Valley Inn, 18 miles from downtown, didn't have a room.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Dorsey | May 14, 1998
In 1990, New York artist and architectural historian Jeremy Nadel began painting a series of synagogues in the New York area which had been abandoned, neglected or converted to use by other religious denominations. On Tuesday, a show of the paintings, "The Synagogues of Nadel," will go on exhibit at the Jewish Community Center. Aside from the New York synagogues, the exhibit will include a Nadel painting of a former Baltimore synagogue, Shaarei Zion, at 3459 Park Heights Ave. ++ On Monday, the evening before the show opens, Nadel will give a slide show and talk, "Synagogues: More than Monuments of Culture?"
NEWS
By Laura Cadiz and Laura Cadiz,SUN STAFF | December 9, 2004
In an unusual move, two Howard County Circuit Court judges presided yesterday over the sentencing of an Ellicott City man who was convicted for his role in the April armed robbery of the Columbia Hilton Inn. The two-judge sentencing resulted because Judge James B. Dudley became ill with asthma after the first day of the jury trial last month and did not return to court, leaving Judge Diane O. Leasure to oversee the second and final day. "That's the...
NEWS
December 6, 2013
Anne Arundel County police say they arrested a man in connection with the robbery of the Park Plaza Motel in the Brooklyn Park area on Thursday Police said around 6 p.m. officers responded to the motel at 4900 Ritchie Highway. Police said the motel clerk told them a man walked around the motel lobby, then walked to a doorway and entered the front desk area where the clerk was located. He pulled out a large knife and demanded money, police said. The clerk turned over an undisclosed amount of cash.
NEWS
July 31, 2013
"Avenue of the Arts:" Silk Art Display and Reception — Opening night and informal reception, Mon., Aug. 5, 7-8 p.m, Laurel-Beltsville Senior Activity Center, 7120 Contee Road. Silk artwork designed by Marilyn Morris and students who take classes at center. Silk art on display through Sept. 30. Sign up in lobby to attend reception. 301-206-3350. Balance is not an Illusion! — Thu., Aug. 8, 11 a.m.-noon, Laurel-Beltsville Senior Activity Center, 7120 Contee Road. Skeletal changes can affect posture.
SPORTS
By Candus Thomson, The Baltimore Sun | May 29, 2010
At more than 2,100 miles long, the Appalachian Trail is a dream crusher for many a hiker who has envisioned a walk from Georgia to Maine in one season. Unrelenting summer weather, elevation changes and rugged terrain combine to trash all but the strongest mentally and physically prepared hikers. Only 25 percent finish what they started. Even the 41-mile piece that cuts through Maryland — the second-shortest segment of all the states and fairly flat by AT standards — can feel overwhelming.
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