December 28, 1990
The artists' credits for the illustration accompanying our preview of First Night Annapolis were omitted from Friday's paper. The illustration was by Rob Snyder and John Schoene.
August 29, 1991
GR: PHOTO 12700 Riva RoadAnnapolis, 21401.Phone: 266-5240.Principal: Laura WebbCAC: Karen MuirPTSO: Nancy JonesProjected enrollment: 1,643.ILLUSTRATION: PHOTO 2CAPTION: Kenneth CatlinARUNDEL1001 Annapolis RoadGambrills, 21054Phone: 674-6500Principal: Kenneth CatlinCAC: N/APTSA: Larry KochProjected enrollment: 1,537.ILLUSTRATION: PHOTO 3CAPTION: Lawrence KnightBROADNECK1265 Green Holly DriveAnnapolis, 21401Phone: 757-1300Principal: Lawrence KnightCAC: Sally HuffinesPTSO:Jackie SchmidtProjected enrollment: 975.ILLUSTRATION: PHOTO 4CAPTION: Harry CalenderCHESAPEAKE4798 Mountain Road at Mount Carmel CourtPasadena, 21122Phone: 255-9600Principal: Harry CalenderCAC: N/APTSA(O)
January 9, 1991
Sen. Bernie FowlerD-Prince FrederickDelegate Michael BuschD-AnnapolisAge: 44Member of the House of Delegatessince 1987. Assigned to theEconomic Matters Committee.841-3211.ILLUSTRATION: PHOTOCAPTION: Delegate Michael BuschDISTRICT 31Sen. Philip C. JimenoD-Brooklyn ParkAge: 44Member of the Senate since 1985. Assigned to the Judicial Proceedings Committee, the Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review. Chairman of the Anne Arundel Senate delegation.841-3658.ILLUSTRATION: PHOTOCAPTION: Sen. Philip C. JimenoDelegate Joan CaddenD-Brooklyn ParkAge: 49Member of the House of Delegates since 1991.
February 26, 1992
State police released a composite sketch of the man who robbed a High's dairy store in the 400 block of East Main Street Feb. 8.The suspect is described as a 5-foot 10-inch Hispanic man weighing about 190 pounds, with cropped dark hair and a mustache. Police say he entered the convenience store and made a purchase at about 4:30 p.m.As the purchase was rung up on the cash register, the man, dressed in blue sweat pants and a blue or gray ski jacket, showed the clerka black bag and told the clerk to empty the cash register, police said.
October 5, 1993
The chairman of AT&T met with NAACP officials in Baltimore yesterday to discuss increasing blacks' role in the company, which was embarrassed last month by a "racist" illustration in its employee magazine.In a joint statement issued late yesterday, the participants said further talks would be held on "such issues as recruiting minorities, providing scholarships for African-American students, procurement and promotion goals, utilization of black financial institutions, senior executive positions and management diversity training programs."
June 28, 1994
When is a picture worth a thousand words, and when is it just a lie? That was one of the questions raised last week by a controversial Time magazine cover depicting celebrity suspect O.J. Simpson. The illustration, created from a police mug shot taken after Mr. Simpson's arrest, was produced by electronically darkening the subject's skin slightly to heighten an effect of menace. Newsweek magazine ran the same cover photo in unaltered form.Was the Time cover a deliberate distortion of a factual document?