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October 24, 1995
PRESIDENTS CLINTON AND YELTSIN, by invoking the overriding importance of a peaceful American-Russian relationship, have put Bosnia in its place. If logic were to prevail, that little rump state in the Balkans would not -- could not -- be a force driving the world's two mightiest nuclear powers apart. But logic did not prevail when the assassination of a Hapsburg archduke in Sarajevo in 1914 precipitated World War I. At their summit at FDR's Hyde Park yesterday, Messrs. Clinton and Yeltsin were doing their rhetorical best not to have history repeat itself.
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | December 24, 2013
A man was killed in a car crash in Essex Tuesday night, according to Baltimore County police. The crash happened at the intersection of Hyde Park Road and South Marlyn Avenue around 7:45 p.m., a Baltimore County police spokeswoman said. No additional details were available, pending an ongoing investigation. cmcampbell@baltsun.com twitter.com/cmcampbell6
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By Kathy Lally and Kathy Lally,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | October 24, 1995
HYDE PARK, N.Y. -- History gets old when you don't make it every day, so when two visiting presidents surprised the world yesterday by agreeing to pursue peace in Bosnia together, the historic town of Hyde Park was proud to be standing by.Russian President Boris N. Yeltsin and President Clinton reached their unexpected understanding in a meeting at Springwood, the Hudson River mansion where Franklin Delano Roosevelt was born, grew up and often retreated to...
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By David Horsey | December 11, 2012
Two new movies, "Lincoln" and "Hyde Park on the Hudson," are intimate portraits of the two most consequential presidents of the United States. They are timely reminders that politics has never been pretty and our leaders have never been prefect human beings, but that, without Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, our country might have been lost to the disintegrating influence of lesser men. "Lincoln" is such a stunningly good movie that...
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | September 21, 2000
HYDE PARK, N.Y. -- On a road with suburban homes, swimming pools and minivans, a 12,000-year-old mastodon has turned a quiet backyard pond into a pit of scientific inquiry. Last summer, after Larry Lozier, 40, decided to dredge and deepen the pond in his backyard on Haviland Road here, he came upon what looked like a large muddy log. Under the mud, however, Lozier discovered a knobby joint. "I thought, `Oh my God, there is something really unusual here,'" he recalled. It turned out to be a piece of an unusually well-preserved mastodon skeleton, which is attracting the attention of scientists from around the country to a backyard in Dutchess County.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | March 29, 2008
It was always a bit of a drive through the rolling hills of Carroll County to Rudys' 2900 in Finksburg, but once you arrived and the maitre d' warmly welcomed you at the door, you knew instantly it was well worth the effort. And for those who appreciated its classic cuisine with an emphasis on game and seafood dishes as well as luscious and delicately prepared sauces, the news of its closing in 2005 was indeed a blow. It was the third such classic gastronomic institution - right behind Jeannier's and Maison Marconi - to close that year.
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December 6, 2009
Head to England for holiday events like the Burning of the Clocks, a lantern procession in Brighton, or the Peter Pan Christmas Day Race where swimmers brave the waters of Hyde Park. $672 American London $722 Northwest London $823 British Airways London Restricted round-trip fees as researched online Wednesday, the day the Travel section goes to press. Fares are based on departing and returning on a weekday and may include Web specials. Fares change daily.
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October 27, 2004
On October 24, 2004, FRANK CARDILLO, 94, of Severna Park. Survivors include children, Marianne Muggenburg, Leo, Matthew and Robert Cardillo, and seven grandchildren. Predeceased by his wife of 35 years, Eleanor, and grandson, Eric F. Muggenburg. Memorial donations, Maryland Marine Club, c/o Louis Senbach, Treas., 2 Dye Ct., Phoenix, MD 21131-1414. For service and condolence info visit www.sweetsfuneralhome.com. Arrangements by Sweet's Funeral Home, Hyde Park, NY.
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By SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS | March 12, 2006
Two couples are looking for a flat in London for four or five days next summer. How can we find a rental? There are several companies that offer short-term rentals of homes or apartments in London, usually near Underground stations and within walking distance of tourist sights and shopping. Always check to see what the minimum stay is. Here are a few worth checking out: Emperors Gate Short Stay Apartments (www.apartment-hotels.com) has one-bedroom suites in the southwest section of central London near several Underground stops.
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By John E. McIntyre and The Baltimore Sun | September 8, 2012
Today is the last night of the Proms , and I will be at the paragraph factory instead of the Royal Albert Hall watching all the carrying-on. (Whom do I kid? If I were there, I'd be standing in Hyde Park or somewhere with the throng that couldn't get tickets.) One of the highlights of the last night is a rousing performance of "Rule, Britannia. " I have heard broadcasts or recordings of various artists, but my favorite is the 2009 performance by mezzo-sporano Sarah Connolly, dressed in a naval uniform of Nelson's era. It's a performance that is notable also for employment of Dr. Arne's original setting of the text.
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By John E. McIntyre and The Baltimore Sun | September 8, 2012
Today is the last night of the Proms , and I will be at the paragraph factory instead of the Royal Albert Hall watching all the carrying-on. (Whom do I kid? If I were there, I'd be standing in Hyde Park or somewhere with the throng that couldn't get tickets.) One of the highlights of the last night is a rousing performance of "Rule, Britannia. " I have heard broadcasts or recordings of various artists, but my favorite is the 2009 performance by mezzo-sporano Sarah Connolly, dressed in a naval uniform of Nelson's era. It's a performance that is notable also for employment of Dr. Arne's original setting of the text.
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By Janene Holzberg, Special to The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2011
As a kindergartner, Aaron Hodge was mesmerized by chef Emeril Lagasse's noisy approach to cooking on TV. "He got hooked on 'Bam!' and would repeat that even when he used a salt shaker at dinnertime," said Leroy Hodge, chuckling at the thought of his son, now 18 years old, imitating the popular chef's shtick at such a young age. "But he wasn't just watching him. He was fascinated and really absorbing it. " Now the 2011 Glenelg High School graduate...
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December 6, 2009
Head to England for holiday events like the Burning of the Clocks, a lantern procession in Brighton, or the Peter Pan Christmas Day Race where swimmers brave the waters of Hyde Park. $672 American London $722 Northwest London $823 British Airways London Restricted round-trip fees as researched online Wednesday, the day the Travel section goes to press. Fares are based on departing and returning on a weekday and may include Web specials. Fares change daily.
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By JACQUES KELLY and JACQUES KELLY,jacques.kelly@baltsun.com | January 25, 2009
Baltimoreans' photos filled a showcase window at the old Read's drugstore at Howard and Lexington streets for nearly 40 years. Photographer Leon A. Perskie opened here in 1934, as the celebrated pharmaceutical retailer was opening its doors at a new building. Little signs directed patrons to a third-floor studio, above Read's counters and balcony restaurant. Until I got a call from his son, I never knew that the man behind the caption "photos by Leon Perskie" took the last formal, official photographic portrait of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | March 29, 2008
It was always a bit of a drive through the rolling hills of Carroll County to Rudys' 2900 in Finksburg, but once you arrived and the maitre d' warmly welcomed you at the door, you knew instantly it was well worth the effort. And for those who appreciated its classic cuisine with an emphasis on game and seafood dishes as well as luscious and delicately prepared sauces, the news of its closing in 2005 was indeed a blow. It was the third such classic gastronomic institution - right behind Jeannier's and Maison Marconi - to close that year.
TRAVEL
By SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS | March 12, 2006
Two couples are looking for a flat in London for four or five days next summer. How can we find a rental? There are several companies that offer short-term rentals of homes or apartments in London, usually near Underground stations and within walking distance of tourist sights and shopping. Always check to see what the minimum stay is. Here are a few worth checking out: Emperors Gate Short Stay Apartments (www.apartment-hotels.com) has one-bedroom suites in the southwest section of central London near several Underground stops.
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By Winnie Hu and Winnie Hu,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | December 3, 2000
HYDE PARK, N.Y. - The $10 tour of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's home lets visitors peek into the cozy room where he was born and pay their respects at his stately grave site in the rose garden. They can even try deciphering his handwriting in the presidential library. But for those who want something more, there is now a rare opportunity: a Roosevelt mansion to call one's very own. Just through a thicket of trees from Springwood, the president's lifelong residence here, rises an 18-room wood-and-brick mansion that belonged to his older half-brother, James Roosevelt Roosevelt, and then to President Roosevelt.
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By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,London Bureau of The Sun | October 24, 1991
LONDON -- When the season changed, the children of Islam disappeared the way desert people are said to do, without a trace.In the summer and early fall, they had owned the park after 6 in the evening, when they streamed out of all the Arab embassies tucked here and there in the neighborhoods that surround it.The women came behind their fluttering masks and flowing veils. The Muslim men strolled along the Broad Walk, hand in hand. Their children tumbled in the grass.Until they disappeared when the air got nippy, I half expected to come out of the Queensway Tube station one day to find they had set up pavilions on the edge of the Round Pond and had planted crescent flags.
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By Joe Nawrozki and Joe Nawrozki,SUN STAFF | September 9, 2005
Despite criticism from some eastern Baltimore County residents, state officials will begin Monday to install a temporary roundabout at a troublesome highway intersection in Essex. The traffic-control measure at Route 702 and Hyde Park Road will be completed by Oct. 1, State Highway Administration officials said in an open letter distributed to state and county officials and to about 120 area residents. A highway agency spokeswoman said yesterday that the temporary roundabout will cost between $400,000 and $500,000.
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October 27, 2004
On October 24, 2004, FRANK CARDILLO, 94, of Severna Park. Survivors include children, Marianne Muggenburg, Leo, Matthew and Robert Cardillo, and seven grandchildren. Predeceased by his wife of 35 years, Eleanor, and grandson, Eric F. Muggenburg. Memorial donations, Maryland Marine Club, c/o Louis Senbach, Treas., 2 Dye Ct., Phoenix, MD 21131-1414. For service and condolence info visit www.sweetsfuneralhome.com. Arrangements by Sweet's Funeral Home, Hyde Park, NY.
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