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By Kit Waskom Pollard,
For The Baltimore Sun
| September 11, 2013
Historically, the Irish aren't known for their food, but The Harp isn't a typical Irish restaurant. The Nottingham spot - originally The Twisted Harp but under new ownership since 2011 - combines the convivial atmosphere of an Irish pub with classic American food. Irish traditionalists can find dishes like shepherd's pie, but the menu emphasizes standbys like burgers, wings and steaks. Scene & Decor Located in a large corner spot in a Belair Road shopping center, The Harp is divided into three zones.
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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr | February 2, 2014
Chew on these for a minute: "Who are they? Are they these extreme conservatives, who are right-to-life, pro-assault-weapon, anti-gay, is that who they are? Because if that is who they are, and if they are the extreme conservatives, they have no place in the state of New York. Because that is not who New Yorkers are. " - New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, with a directive for New York's GOP candidates last month. "It's not surprising then they get bitter. They cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them.
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July 31, 2008
On July 28, 2008 SOLOMON HARP, III; beloved husband of Carolyn Harp. The family will receive friends on Friday, August 1, 2008 at the family owned Howell Funeral Home, 10220 Guilford Rd., Jessup, MD from 3 to 8 P.M. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday in the funeral home chapel. Wake 11 A.M. to 12 noon, service will follow. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. Inquiries to (301) 604-0101.
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By Kit Waskom Pollard,
For The Baltimore Sun
| September 11, 2013
Historically, the Irish aren't known for their food, but The Harp isn't a typical Irish restaurant. The Nottingham spot - originally The Twisted Harp but under new ownership since 2011 - combines the convivial atmosphere of an Irish pub with classic American food. Irish traditionalists can find dishes like shepherd's pie, but the menu emphasizes standbys like burgers, wings and steaks. Scene & Decor Located in a large corner spot in a Belair Road shopping center, The Harp is divided into three zones.
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November 1, 2006
On October 25, 2006 FLOYD L. SR. beloved son of Lucille and James M. Harp, Sr., father of Vashita, Ashley, Nicole and Bobby Harp; devoted brother of Larry (Carolyn), James, Jr. (Glenda), Veronica, Roger, Matthew and Michelle Harp; six grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends Friends may call at the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, INC., 4300 Wabash Ave. on Thursday after 8:30 a.m. Family will receive friends on Friday at Huber Memorial Church, 5701 York Road at 10 a.m. followed by funeral service at 10:30.
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July 18, 2004
On July 15, 2004 VIRGINIA LUCILLE (nee Moxley) of Dayton, beloved wife of the late Daniel Ross Harp, devoted aunt of Ruth Martin, loving great aunt of Sean and Daryl Martin and great, great aunt of Erin, Emma and Hunter Martin. Survived by sisters-in-law Pearl Harp and Rosie Moulden. Predeceased by sister, the late Marietta Morris. The family will receive friends at the Haight Funeral Home & Chapel (6416 Sykesville Road), Sykesville from 10 A.M. to 12 noon on Tuesday. A funeral service will be held at 12 noon Tuesday at the funeral home.
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March 3, 2006
On March 1, 2006, KENNETH RAY, retired Chief Warrant Officer 3 U.S. Army of Westminster devoted husband of Joyce "Jo" Harp (nee Fridinger), father of Michael Chrest, Mark Chrest and wife Dori, Bernadette C. Harp and Holly R. Limerick and husband Dwayne, brother of Sandra Knowles and husband Frank, Dianne Hill and husband Robert, Dan B. Harp, Jr., brother-in-law of Judy and Henry Dodrer and Jean and Ron Jones, grandfather of Ashlie Warner, Meagan, Kirsten,...
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September 13, 2011
Harp and flute The Unitarian Universalist Congregation's Chalice Concert Series opens its 21st season with a "Framed Pairs: A Recital for Harp and Flute," Sat., Sept. 17, 8 p.m., at the Owen Brown Interfaith Cener (7246 Cradlerock Way, Columbia). This concert will showcase harpist Jacqueline Pollauf and flautist Rachel Choe performing the works of several classical composers. Tickets are $20 general, $15 for students 15-23 years old. Children younger than 15 are admitted free with a paying adult.
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November 21, 1992
Emily G. Harp, a retired meat wrapper at the Fort Meade commissary, died Tuesday at the University of Maryland Medical Center of heart failure.Services for Mrs. Harp, who was 88 and lived in Severn, were to be conducted at 11 a.m. today at the Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Ave. S.W., Glen Burnie.She retired in 1969 after working for more than 30 years at the commissary, a supermarket for military personnel.The former Emily G. Pumphrey was a native of Severn. Her husband, Charles Harp, died in 1968.
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By Bruce Reid and Bruce Reid,Staff Writer | September 4, 1995
Retta E. Harp, a music teacher and amateur horticulturist who spoke widely about irises and other flowers and who was one of the first residents of Stoneleigh, died of heart failure Saturday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She was 95.In 1969, Mrs. Harp and her husband of 71 years, Maynard Harp, founded the Francis Scott Key Iris Society, a local chapter of the American Iris Society. The chapter began with 10 people and now has 125 members.The Harps moved to Stoneleigh in 1928, five years after the first houses were built in the Baltimore County community.
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By Brandon Soderberg | September 13, 2012
The winner of this year's "America's Got Talent" has pretty much been decided already -- it will be William Close and his earth harp -- and so, we're really watching to see who can continue to hack it, at least. You'll also notice that with the stakes this high, judges Howard Stern, Sharon Osbourne, and Howie Mandel tended to stay neutral or positive, as to not sway voters too much. The first act up was David Garibaldi and his CMYK's. In the pre-performance film, the energetic geek managed to follow up a "Star Wars" reference with a "Star Trek" one when he explained that, "This is the time where creativity goes in hyper-speed," then added, "this is the moment to bring it, creatively we just want to go to a place where no one's gone before.
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Tim Wheeler | March 9, 2012
The Baltimore area has been playing host this week to an unusual visitor from up north - a harp seal.  Oran Warner said it was spotted around noon Tuesday sunning itself on the end of his dock in Edgemere. When he first spotted it, Warner said, "we thought it was a some kind of log or something.  We walked down closer and (said), 'Wait a minute - is that a seal?'  We got closer, and sure enough it was a seal. " Warner, 26, texted his cousin, Kristine Weber, who came over and took photographs of the seal, seen above.
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September 13, 2011
Harp and flute The Unitarian Universalist Congregation's Chalice Concert Series opens its 21st season with a "Framed Pairs: A Recital for Harp and Flute," Sat., Sept. 17, 8 p.m., at the Owen Brown Interfaith Cener (7246 Cradlerock Way, Columbia). This concert will showcase harpist Jacqueline Pollauf and flautist Rachel Choe performing the works of several classical composers. Tickets are $20 general, $15 for students 15-23 years old. Children younger than 15 are admitted free with a paying adult.
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By Rob Kasper, The Baltimore Sun | November 4, 2010
The dining room walls of the Twisted Harp are emerald green. Gorgeous crystal chandeliers glisten. Dishes arrive flavored with sauces made with Irish whiskey. You could almost forget you were in a Nottingham shopping center. Yet, if you look out the dining room window, you see, not more than a shillelagh's throw away, the neon glow of a Wendy's. But this is America — specifically, the 8700 block of Belair Road —where cultures meld. On the pub side of the Twisted Harp, which bills itself as a gastro pub, there is a bar with big-screen televisions, ample libations ($4 drafts)
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November 5, 2009
FRIDAY LEGO MASTER BUILD: Kids can get into the holiday spirit by helping to construct a 12-foot-tall LEGO Christmas tree complete with presents as part of the LEGO store grand opening at Arundel Mills mall, 7000 Arundel Mills Circle in Hanover. The event takes place from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday in the Pinball Court. Participation is free. Call 410-540-5100 or go to arundelmills.com. HOS, HOOKERS, CALLGIRLS AND RENT BOYS: David Henry Sterry and Shawna Kenney read from their anthology about sex workers at 7 p.m. at Atomic Books, 3620 Falls Road.
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By Tim Smith | September 15, 2009
The demise of the Baltimore Opera Company last season left a sizable void at the venue where the organization had long made its home. But losing a valued tenant hasn't taken the opera out of the Lyric Opera House. The theater has lined up its own operatic activity for the 2009-2010 season. Although modest in terms of quantity - just three performances - the series has the potential of delivering on the quality end, and of laying the groundwork for more extensive seasons in the future. "The Lyric is thoroughly committed to having opera here," says Jim Harp, former artistic administrator and education coordinator of the Baltimore Opera.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | June 21, 1997
Joseph Moody Harp Sr., retired executive editor of the Herald-Mail Co. in Hagerstown whose newspaper career spanned an era from the days of "The Front Page" to the computer age, died Tuesday of congestive heart failure at Washington County Hospital. He was 89.Mr. Harp, who had lived the last few years at Homewood of Williamsport retirement community near Hagerstown, was born in Cavetown, Washington County, and graduated from Smithsburg High School in 1925.After digging ditches, picking peaches and doing other odd jobs for 15 cents an hour, he learned of a job opening at the Herald-Mail in Hagerstown in 1926.
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By Stephen Wigler and Stephen Wigler,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | April 9, 1999
Deborah Henson-Conant plays the harp, but she's no angel.When she walked out on stage at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall yesterday afternoon for the first of several pops concerts with the Baltimore Symphony, conductor Marvin Hamlisch took a deep breath, wiped his brow, loosened his tie and asked about her dress -- which began at considerably less-than-shoulder altitude and ended in the middle of her black-stockinged thighs."
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By Jacques Kelly | August 2, 2008
Solomon Harp III, the retired chief of operations at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and a decorated Air Force colonel, died Monday of Alzheimer's disease at Manor Care nursing home in Silver Spring. The Columbia resident was 78. Born in Pottsville, Pa., he moved to Baltimore as a child with his parents. He attended Booker T. Washington Junior High School and was a 1948 graduate of Frederick Douglass High School. He earned a biology degree from Lincoln University.
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July 31, 2008
On July 28, 2008 SOLOMON HARP, III; beloved husband of Carolyn Harp. The family will receive friends on Friday, August 1, 2008 at the family owned Howell Funeral Home, 10220 Guilford Rd., Jessup, MD from 3 to 8 P.M. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday in the funeral home chapel. Wake 11 A.M. to 12 noon, service will follow. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. Inquiries to (301) 604-0101.
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