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December 24, 2003
MS. GAUL, a former, long-time resident of Stoneleigh, died Nov. 16 after a brief battle with cancer. She was 66. The daughter of the late Ralph and Ruth Knickerbocker, of Stoneleigh, Ms. Gaul lived in San Francisco where she worked as an events coordinator for GES Exposition of San Francisco. Born in Cleveland, OH., Ms. Gaul moved to Baltimore in 1949 with her parents and attended Towson High School, Greenbriar College, W. VA., and the University of Maryland, College Park. She worked for several years as a dental technician at the University of Maryland Dental School in Baltimore and later held the same position with a dentist in private practice.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | October 23, 2012
Christopher Gaul, former managing editor of the Catholic Review and reporter for The Sun and The Evening Sun and area television stations, died of lung cancer Thursday at his home in Essex. He was 72. He joined the Catholic Review as a writer in 1995 and worked there until he retired in 2005. George P. Matysek Jr., the Review's assistant managing editor, remembered Mr. Gaul as a mentor to the junior writers at the paper, taking time to carefully edit their work. "He really showed us what went into a good story," Mr. Matysek said, "He was very nurturing in how he dealt with younger writers.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By J. Wynn Rousuck | October 25, 2001
The Dying Gaul, a psychological thriller that unfolds in Tinseltown and cyberspace, opens tomorrowat Fell's Point Corner Theatre. Written by playwright and screenwriter Craig Lucas (Prelude to a Kiss, Reckless), The Dying Gaul focuses on a screenwriter whose integrity is compromised when a film producer demands major changes in a screenplay. The Fell's Point Corner Theatre's production is directed by Steve Goldklang and features Stephen Antonsen, Patrick Martyn, William Runnebaum and Susan Scher.
NEWS
December 18, 2005
On December 16, 2005, MAUREEN C. O'DONNELL (nee Coffey) beloved wife of Robert J. O'Donnell; loving mother of Noreen A. O'Donnell and her husband Glen, Cathleen M. Gaul and her husband Craig; cherished grandmother of Ashley N. Maienshein; Erik M. Gaul, Ryan J. Schrauder, Colin M. Schrauder, Alison L. Schrauder and Lauren C. Wood. Friends may call at the family owned Evans Chapel of Memories-Parkville on Monday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Funeral Liturgy will be held Tuesday, 10 A.M. at St. Dominic's Catholic Church.
SPORTS
April 2, 2001
Basketball Nets: Signed G Doug Overton to second 10-day contract. Hockey Blue Jackets: Recalled D Mike Gaul and LW Mathieu Darche from AHL Syracuse. Canadiens: Assigned D Andrei Markov to AHL Quebec. Thrashers: Agreed to terms with C Ray Ferraro on one-year contract.
NEWS
December 18, 2005
On December 16, 2005, MAUREEN C. O'DONNELL (nee Coffey) beloved wife of Robert J. O'Donnell; loving mother of Noreen A. O'Donnell and her husband Glen, Cathleen M. Gaul and her husband Craig; cherished grandmother of Ashley N. Maienshein; Erik M. Gaul, Ryan J. Schrauder, Colin M. Schrauder, Alison L. Schrauder and Lauren C. Wood. Friends may call at the family owned Evans Chapel of Memories-Parkville on Monday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Funeral Liturgy will be held Tuesday, 10 A.M. at St. Dominic's Catholic Church.
FEATURES
By Sue Ellyn Scaletta and Sue Ellyn Scaletta,Knight-Ridder News Service | November 30, 1993
Hold it -- don't reach for that cold remedy yet.You may not need a doctor for that stuffy nose or hacking cough, but you do need to know what you're taking -- or giving to your child. And that magic formula that promises to fix it all may not be what you need."The fewer ingredients in an over-the-counter medication, the better," says Dr. Joanne Gaul, a Grand Forks, N.D., family physician. "When you take one that has lots of ingredients, you're probably taking some medication you don't need.
SPORTS
September 28, 1992
Baseball Orioles -- Activated C Rick Dempsey (.125 in seven games).College Arizona State -- Announced the resignation of pitching coach Walter "Dub" Kilgo.Brockport State -- Named Joan Schockow women's assistant basketball coach.Hockey Los Angeles Kings -- Sent D Rene Chapdelaine, D Paul Holden, C Shawn McCosh, LW Sylvain Couturier and RW Brandy Semchuk to Phoenix of the International Hockey League. Returned G Darcy Austin, G Sandy Allan, D Justin Hocking, D Michael Gaul, D Troy Hjertaas, LW Jeff Shevalier, RW Kevin Brown and RW Ryan Pisial to their respective junior clubs.
BUSINESS
By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | May 24, 1997
WILMINGTON, Del. -- The 3,200 employees of the General Motors Corp.'s van assembly plant in Southeast Baltimore were offered words of encouragement yesterday -- but no commitment -- that the company's next generation of vans will be built at the Broening Highway facility.GM plans to replace the current Astro and Safari with a completely redesigned vehicle in 2004, and is expected to announce, probably in late 1998, where the vehicle will be assembled."I know that everybody likes to feel that they have a secure future," G. Richard Wagoner Jr., president of GM's North American Operations, said after the company's annual shareholders meeting in Wilmington.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | November 8, 2001
Every now and then one of Baltimore's smaller theaters introduces local audiences to an off-Broadway gem that slipped under the radar of larger, more prominent theaters. Craig Lucas' The Dying Gaul is just this type of jewel, and Fell's Point Corner Theatre's production lets it gleam. Like Lucas' better known play, Prelude to a Kiss, The Dying Gaul deals with love and loss. But an equally strong theme is the lethal lure of fortune and fame, in this case, Hollywood. William Runnebaum plays a young writer named Robert, who has written a screenplay titled The Dying Gaul, based on his lover's death from AIDS.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 5, 2005
The Films For the most updated film description list and information on the shorts programs, visit www.mdfilmfest.com/2005. 9 Songs (Hosted by Bob Myerson of Tartan Films): Matt, a young glaciologist, recalls his love affair with Lisa, whom he met at a concert at London's Brixton Academy. Through their passionate sexual encounters and the concerts they attend, the entire arc of their relationship is revealed. Director Michael Winterbottom uses sex to make a movie about love. After the Apocalypse (Hosted by director Yasuaki Nakjimi)
BUSINESS
By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 17, 2005
Four years ago, Cathy and Bill Marrow happened upon a 100-year-old house for sale on King George Street in historic Annapolis. With its steep asphalt roof and multipaned narrow windows, the home reminded the couple of their many happy visits to the south of France and a lifestyle they found so appealing. Cathy Marrow, a 62-year-old interior designer and home renovator, sized up the Old World-style cottage with the critical eye of a seasoned professional. The interior was "dark as midnight," with worn wallpaper and chopped-up rooms.
NEWS
December 24, 2003
MS. GAUL, a former, long-time resident of Stoneleigh, died Nov. 16 after a brief battle with cancer. She was 66. The daughter of the late Ralph and Ruth Knickerbocker, of Stoneleigh, Ms. Gaul lived in San Francisco where she worked as an events coordinator for GES Exposition of San Francisco. Born in Cleveland, OH., Ms. Gaul moved to Baltimore in 1949 with her parents and attended Towson High School, Greenbriar College, W. VA., and the University of Maryland, College Park. She worked for several years as a dental technician at the University of Maryland Dental School in Baltimore and later held the same position with a dentist in private practice.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | November 8, 2001
Every now and then one of Baltimore's smaller theaters introduces local audiences to an off-Broadway gem that slipped under the radar of larger, more prominent theaters. Craig Lucas' The Dying Gaul is just this type of jewel, and Fell's Point Corner Theatre's production lets it gleam. Like Lucas' better known play, Prelude to a Kiss, The Dying Gaul deals with love and loss. But an equally strong theme is the lethal lure of fortune and fame, in this case, Hollywood. William Runnebaum plays a young writer named Robert, who has written a screenplay titled The Dying Gaul, based on his lover's death from AIDS.
ENTERTAINMENT
By J. Wynn Rousuck | October 25, 2001
The Dying Gaul, a psychological thriller that unfolds in Tinseltown and cyberspace, opens tomorrowat Fell's Point Corner Theatre. Written by playwright and screenwriter Craig Lucas (Prelude to a Kiss, Reckless), The Dying Gaul focuses on a screenwriter whose integrity is compromised when a film producer demands major changes in a screenplay. The Fell's Point Corner Theatre's production is directed by Steve Goldklang and features Stephen Antonsen, Patrick Martyn, William Runnebaum and Susan Scher.
SPORTS
April 2, 2001
Basketball Nets: Signed G Doug Overton to second 10-day contract. Hockey Blue Jackets: Recalled D Mike Gaul and LW Mathieu Darche from AHL Syracuse. Canadiens: Assigned D Andrei Markov to AHL Quebec. Thrashers: Agreed to terms with C Ray Ferraro on one-year contract.
NEWS
By Lynn Williams | June 2, 1991
DRUIDS.Morgan Llywelyn.Morrow.456 pages. $19.95.Visitors to Britain -- especially those tourists staying in ancienguest houses lacking central heating -- might find themselves thinking about the Romans.When Julius Caesar's troops invaded the isles about 2,000 years ago they brought war and oppressive foreign rule. But they also brought such advances as paved roads, public baths, plumbing and, yes, central heating systems. When the Romans pulled out of the land they had colonized, the native Britons largely ignored these technological marvels instead of using them to help make the Dark Ages a shade brighter.
NEWS
By Ginger Thompson | March 18, 1991
Irish smiles and sunshine beamed across downtown Baltimore yesterday.A crowd estimated by police at 50,000 (all of them Irish, of course) gathered along Charles Street for the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade, swaying to the rousing melodies of bagpipe bands, waving at men marching in tartan kilts and cheering for young girls kicking up their heels in kelly green dresses."
BUSINESS
By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | May 24, 1997
WILMINGTON, Del. -- The 3,200 employees of the General Motors Corp.'s van assembly plant in Southeast Baltimore were offered words of encouragement yesterday -- but no commitment -- that the company's next generation of vans will be built at the Broening Highway facility.GM plans to replace the current Astro and Safari with a completely redesigned vehicle in 2004, and is expected to announce, probably in late 1998, where the vehicle will be assembled."I know that everybody likes to feel that they have a secure future," G. Richard Wagoner Jr., president of GM's North American Operations, said after the company's annual shareholders meeting in Wilmington.
FEATURES
By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,SUN STAFF | May 14, 1997
Mustard may be the oldest condiment in the world, but it's still going strong near the start of the second millennium A.D.This magic ingredient, which adds savor to sauces, spice to grilled foods and a kick to plain old hot dogs, was used by the ancient Greeks both culinarily and medicinally. Roman soldiers scattered its tiny seeds as they invaded Gaul (for which Monsieur Grey and Monsieur Poupon, real mustard entrepreneurs in 1777 France, thank them).But especially in the past half-dozen years, flavored mustards have shown steady growth.
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