November 29, 1995
There's one thing chef Peter Zimmer wants made absolutely clear: His philosophy of supporting sustainable agriculture, biodiversity and environmental protection stems not from some spacey New Age notion of Mother Earth, but from a deep sense of responsibility for every single person who eats at his restaurant."
April 14, 1997
April 14-17National Association of College Stores national convention and exposition, Convention Center. Contact: Viveca Kimble. Expected attendance: 10,000April 24-27Peter Tare Inc., Harbor Court Hotel. Contact: Bill Paynter, 15 Kingston Highway, Chester, Conn. 06416. Expected attendance: 175Pub Date: 4/14/97
April 21, 1997
April 24-27Peter Tare Inc., Harbor Court Hotel. Contact: Bill Paynter, 15 Kingston Highway, Chester, Conn. 06416. Expected attendance: 175May 2-5ServiStar Corp. trade show, Convention Center. Contact: Jan Schofield, Box 1510, Butler, Pa. 16003. Expected attendance: 12,000May 3-8Association for Quality & Participation national convention, Convention Center. Contact: Lisa Ohmer, 801-B W. 8th St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45103. Expected attendance: 3,000Pub Date: 4/21/97
January 9, 2005
Mr. & Mrs. Keith Schanberger proudly announce the marriage of their daughter, Elizabeth to Emmett O'Toole, son of Mr. & Mrs. Emmett O'Toole, of Galway, Ireland. The marriage took place at SS. Philip & James Church on July 24, 2004. A reception followed at the Harbor Court Hotel in the Inner Harbor. The bride, a graduate of Cornell University, is a Project Engineer in Boston, MA. The groom, a graduate of Fas and Regional Technical College in Galway, Ireland, is an Electrician in Boston. After a honeymoon in Hawaii, the couple continues to reside in Boston.
December 4, 2005
TOMORROW "BE THE STAR OF YOUR OWN LIFE" Benefits The Priceless Gown Project Women only, champagne, special cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, live music, swimsuit fashions, cosmetic and hair makeovers Harbor Court Hotel 550 Light St. 7 p.m. Tickets $85 410-746-3469 or womenand wineevents.com THURSDAY 14TH ANNUAL FINE WINE TASTING Benefits Santa Claus Anonymous Wine, heavy hors d'oeuvres Evergreen Carriage House 4545 N. Charles St. 6 p.m. Tickets $40 in advance, $50 at door 410-685-4830 or santaclaus anonymous.
November 27, 2005
Shelley Meyer, of Pittsburgh, PA, and Kenny Musselman, Jr., of Baltimore, MD, were married on August 27, 2005 at the Harbor Court Hotel in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Their children, Brittney Meyer and Kenny Musselman III were the honorary attendants. The bride is the daughter of the late, Katherine and George Herrman. The groom is of Musselman's Dodge in Baltimore and is the son of the late, Evelynand Kenneth Musselman. The couple honeymooned in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico and they reside in Arnold.
July 3, 2012
Hilary Phelps was approaching the finish line of her first Ironman triathlon. Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run" was playing. She was wrung out from more than 14 hours of swimming, cycling and now running, certain that there wasn't a single drop of liquid left inside her. Then she saw her family, and the tears started flowing as she ran into their arms - mom Debbie, sister Whitney and brother Michael. "I've never done anything this impressive," she remembers Michael saying. "Are you kidding me?"
January 22, 2006
Susan Wohlfort and Mark Kendall were married on July 30, 2005. The Reverend Mark Stanley of Old St. Paul's Church officiated, and the reception was held at Harbor Court Hotel in Baltimore, MD. The bride is the daughter of Henry and Avis Wohlfort, of Timonium, MD. Mrs. Kendall graduated from Duke University and The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. She is currently a Senior Vice President in the investment banking division of Lehman Brothers. The groom is the son of Jerry and Elizabeth Kendall, of Whitehall, MI. Mr. Kendall graduated from Western Michigan University and is Vice President, Corporate Tax Planning at The Bank of New York.
October 6, 1991
Charlyne Varkonyi, food and home writer for The Sun, received a first place award and a $500 cash prize for feature writing last night at the Newspaper Food Editors and Writers Association's annual convention at the Harbor Court Hotel in Baltimore.Her winning entry was a four-part series on Pacific Rim Cuisine, which ran in Maryland Kitchen in 1990.Other winners in the category for newspapers with 200,000 circulation and more were Laurie Ochoa of the Los Angeles Times for a profile on the real Sara Lee and Linda Giuca of the Hartford Courant for a story on MRE rations.