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March 7, 2005
On March 5, 2005 MILDRED E. HARTNETT (nee Imhoff) beloved wife of the late Maurice Hartnett, dear sister of G. Vaughan, also survived by many nieces, nephews and grand nieces. Relatives and friends are invited to call the Schimunek Funeral Home Inc., 9705 Belair Rd (Perry Hall) on Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Joseph's Church of Fullerton on Wednesday, at 9:30 a.m. Interment at Parkwood Cemetery.
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May 1, 2009
On April 27, 2009, ROBERT DARLING ELBOURN; beloved husband of the late Winifred Hartnett Elbourn; devoted step father of Msgr. Robert Hartnett, Edward Hartnett, Jr., Mary Jane Buscemi and her husband Anthony, Elaine Hartnett and her husband Robert Ellwood and Joseph Hartnett and his wife Rebecca. Also survived by six grandchildren; cherished friend of Betty Lee Dunnegan. Cremation services private. A memorial mass will be celebrated on Monday, May 4, 2009 at 11 A.M in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, 1704 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex, MD, 21221.
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NEWS
April 23, 2006
On April 20, 2006, ROBERTA MAGDALENE HARTNETT-HACKER, loving mother of Michael G. Hartnett, of Baltimore, MD, Patrick J. Hartnett, of Baltimore MD, Maureen Koppelman of Mineral, VA and Kathleen A. Rupert of Catonsville, MD.; devoted sister of Elise Yeakle of Towson, MD, and Cora Pencek of Aberdeen, MD, grandmother of 13 great-grandmother of 4. Visitation will be held on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. at the Hardesty Funeral Home, 851 Annapolis Rd....
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By From Sun news services | March 31, 2009
WYPR to offer free airtime to arts groups Baltimore's highest-rated public radio station announced Monday that it would be offering free airtime to local arts and cultural institutions over the next six months. Beginning with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra on April 6, WYPR-FM (88.1) will broadcast spots that highlight the work of 12 Baltimore-area museums, performance groups and cultural institutions. The spots, or "vignettes," will focus on the mission of each group and will be read by such personalities as conductor Marin Alsop (for the BSO)
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | August 24, 2007
Samuel L. Jackson gives a great lost-cause performance as a homeless former prizefighter with a tragic present and an elusive past in Resurrecting the Champ, a delayed-coming-of-age drama that otherwise throws a weak one-two combination as a sports film and a newspaper movie. Jackson creates a searing study in reverse nobility as a character with a battered, street-poetic presence and subtle powers of sympathy that come into play even when he appears to be a rogue. Unfortunately, Josh Hartnett is all prose as Erik Kernan, a sports reporter for The Denver Times who is frustrated on the job (he wishes he were covering the Broncos or the Nuggets)
NEWS
May 1, 2009
On April 27, 2009, ROBERT DARLING ELBOURN; beloved husband of the late Winifred Hartnett Elbourn; devoted step father of Msgr. Robert Hartnett, Edward Hartnett, Jr., Mary Jane Buscemi and her husband Anthony, Elaine Hartnett and her husband Robert Ellwood and Joseph Hartnett and his wife Rebecca. Also survived by six grandchildren; cherished friend of Betty Lee Dunnegan. Cremation services private. A memorial mass will be celebrated on Monday, May 4, 2009 at 11 A.M in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, 1704 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex, MD, 21221.
NEWS
By From Sun news services | March 31, 2009
WYPR to offer free airtime to arts groups Baltimore's highest-rated public radio station announced Monday that it would be offering free airtime to local arts and cultural institutions over the next six months. Beginning with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra on April 6, WYPR-FM (88.1) will broadcast spots that highlight the work of 12 Baltimore-area museums, performance groups and cultural institutions. The spots, or "vignettes," will focus on the mission of each group and will be read by such personalities as conductor Marin Alsop (for the BSO)
NEWS
By Joe Nawrozki and Joe Nawrozki,SUN STAFF | December 9, 1999
Across two decades, the quick-witted Roman Catholic priest grew to be a close friend and confidant of Carolyn and Tom Szekalski of Perry Hall.The Rev. Robert L. Hartnett baptized their two grandchildren, brought their nephew and his wife together in marriage and presided over a pair of family funerals.Then he made them millionaires.Hartnett, pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Church in Essex, has bought the Szekalskis a Maryland Classic Lotto subscription for Christmas every year since 1989.
NEWS
By STAFF REPORT | October 30, 1995
A friend of a Harford County man shot to death Saturday night by a state trooper said that police did not warn him to drop what turned out to be a BB gun, and that her friend was "just kidding around" with the weapon moments before he died.Erin Hartnett, 18, of the 500 block of Patuxent Ave. in Rosedale said her friend, Calvin Edwards Jr., 20, of the 1000 block of Crimson Tree Court in the Sunrise East Condominiums in Edgewood, never meant to harm her, and the incident was a "horrible misunderstanding by the police."
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Evening Sun Staff | December 10, 1991
Maryland athletic director Andy Geiger will select a list of candidates for head football coach before sending their names to an interview committee. Joe Krivak, who completed five seasons in the job, resigned Friday.The selection process reverses Maryland's past practice, when a search committee was formed before a list of coaching candidates was drawn up.Geiger refused to answer any questions regarding the football program yesterday, referring all inquiries to an athletic department spokesman, Herb Hartnett.
FEATURES
By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | October 19, 2007
If you like your gore straight up, no chaser, see 30 Days of Night. It's got a great idea to go with that grabby title: A band of vampires descends on Barrow, Alaska, the northernmost town in the United States, just when the December sun is about to set and plunge it into monthlong night. Sam Raimi (director of The Evil Dead and Spider-Man movies) and his long-time film partner Rob Tapert co-produced this blood fest. Starting with the ice-blue-and-white Columbia Pictures "Lady Liberty" logo, it's seductive in its buildup but overall as subtle and, alas, as humorless as a hatchet to the brain.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | August 24, 2007
Samuel L. Jackson gives a great lost-cause performance as a homeless former prizefighter with a tragic present and an elusive past in Resurrecting the Champ, a delayed-coming-of-age drama that otherwise throws a weak one-two combination as a sports film and a newspaper movie. Jackson creates a searing study in reverse nobility as a character with a battered, street-poetic presence and subtle powers of sympathy that come into play even when he appears to be a rogue. Unfortunately, Josh Hartnett is all prose as Erik Kernan, a sports reporter for The Denver Times who is frustrated on the job (he wishes he were covering the Broncos or the Nuggets)
FEATURES
September 16, 2006
Go See Half Nelson -- This is a portrait of the artist as a junior high history teacher and girls' basketball coach. He's also a coke addict. But the bond he shares with one of his student-players is a sign of life in a blighted urban landscape, and the performances of Ryan Gosling as the teacher and Shareeka Epps as the girl who befriends him will make you feel whole. Sun score: A-. The Black Dahlia -- Top cops Aaron Eckhart and Josh Hartnett try to solve the instantly infamous case of a would-be starlet whose murder seemed to sum up the sick soul of post-World War II L.A. Director Brian De Palma imbues the imagery with an obsessive grandeur even as the narrative falls apart.
NEWS
April 23, 2006
On April 20, 2006, ROBERTA MAGDALENE HARTNETT-HACKER, loving mother of Michael G. Hartnett, of Baltimore, MD, Patrick J. Hartnett, of Baltimore MD, Maureen Koppelman of Mineral, VA and Kathleen A. Rupert of Catonsville, MD.; devoted sister of Elise Yeakle of Towson, MD, and Cora Pencek of Aberdeen, MD, grandmother of 13 great-grandmother of 4. Visitation will be held on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. at the Hardesty Funeral Home, 851 Annapolis Rd....
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | April 7, 2006
Lucky Number Slevin features lots of cool dialogue but doesn't provide much of a movie in which to showcase it. The result is likely to leave audiences feeling as though they've been taken for a ride. There are things to like about this movie - some good performances, enjoyable plot twists, unique (if a bit too quirky) characters - but hardly enough to leave one wanting more. By the time the credits roll, Lucky Number Slevin has worn out its welcome. The trouble starts early, with a way-too-self-consciously impenetrable opening in which Bruce Willis, in a wheelchair, rolls up to a guy and, unprompted, starts talking about something called a "Kansas City shuffle," a con artist's move in which the mark's attention is directed one way while the action's happening in the other.
NEWS
March 7, 2005
On March 5, 2005 MILDRED E. HARTNETT (nee Imhoff) beloved wife of the late Maurice Hartnett, dear sister of G. Vaughan, also survived by many nieces, nephews and grand nieces. Relatives and friends are invited to call the Schimunek Funeral Home Inc., 9705 Belair Rd (Perry Hall) on Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Joseph's Church of Fullerton on Wednesday, at 9:30 a.m. Interment at Parkwood Cemetery.
FEATURES
By Chris Hewitt and Chris Hewitt,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | March 24, 2000
I thought Sandra Dee gave an excellent performance in the schmaltzy "Here on Earth," except it isn't Sandra Dee -- it's Leelee Sobieski. And the movie isn't set in 1954, it's 2000. Aside from a few swear words and a reference to the sexual use of handcuffs, "Here on Earth" could have been written and filmed in 1954. Like "Peyton Place" or "A Summer Place," it deals with hot-button issues -- suicide, disease, neglect -- but does it in a superficial, Hallmark Card way. The script is drippy, humor-free and old-fashioned: "He seems exciting to you, different, maybe even a little [dramatic pause]
FEATURES
By Chris Hewitt and Chris Hewitt,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | March 24, 2000
I thought Sandra Dee gave an excellent performance in the schmaltzy "Here on Earth," except it isn't Sandra Dee -- it's Leelee Sobieski. And the movie isn't set in 1954, it's 2000. Aside from a few swear words and a reference to the sexual use of handcuffs, "Here on Earth" could have been written and filmed in 1954. Like "Peyton Place" or "A Summer Place," it deals with hot-button issues -- suicide, disease, neglect -- but does it in a superficial, Hallmark Card way. The script is drippy, humor-free and old-fashioned: "He seems exciting to you, different, maybe even a little [dramatic pause]
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