April 30, 2010
The work of cutting-edge, 30-something, New York-based playwright Sheila Callaghan will be introduced to Baltimore this weekend at —where else? — Single Carrot Theatre, the young company that routinely shakes up the local scene. "We got in touch with her through Twitter," says Brendan Ragan, director of public relations at Single Carrot. "She was very supportive of the experimental, edgy approach we have. Her plays are very quirky, funny and kind of diabolical." Callaghan's works include "Lascivious Something," which was just performed in Los Angeles and opens this weekend off-Broadway.
December 13, 2011
Janice and Joseph Arcieri, of Towson, announce the marriage of their daughter, Alice Louise Arcieri, to Shawn Keith Bonner, son of Janet Yourish and Keith Bonner, of Montoursville, Pa., on Oct. 22, 2011. The bride is currently employed as an attorney in Baltimore County. The groom is currently employed as a financial analyst with a defense contractor in the Baltimore Metropolitan area. The ceremony was held at the Old Otterbein Methodist Church, in Baltimore. Pastor Donald L. Burgard officiated.
September 12, 2007
NEW YORK -- Sitting in a chair just after 7:30 a.m., beneath the amber glow of a hallway light, Carol Ashley leans over and ties the laces of an old pair of sneakers. She slips her good shoes into her purse. She knows it will be muddy in the pit. Outside, the sky is gray and rain slaps her windows. Six years ago on a Tuesday morning nothing like this one, Ashley's 25-year-old daughter, Janice, stood in this hallway wearing a taupe dress suit, a silver watch and her great-grandmother's pearl earrings.
January 23, 2000
CENTER LOVELL, Maine -- Word gets around. Even a German magazine touted the Center Lovell Inn & Restaurant, prompting at least two of its readers to make the astonishing discovery that American dining is not all golden arches and Southern colonels in white suits. Sometimes it's a couple from Maryland pursuing a life adventure, cooking up a reputation for providing fine food and accommodations. Richard and Janice Cox arrived from Stevensville, Md., late in the spring of 1993 under strange circumstances.
July 31, 1998
Charles and Janice Poehlman named their daughter after an Egyptian symbol for immortality. Yesterday they refused to draw attention to the events of Shen Dullea Poehlman's slaying, and instead dwelled on a life filled with promise."
December 22, 1991
TONIGHT I SIT POISED OVER A STACK OF CHRISTmas cards, my annual appointment to impart warmth and cheer to friends and family. Each year, I offer the lone opinion that this should be my wife's job, she is the nurturer of the family. But my family assures me that nurturing is not called for in sending Christmas cards. By profession, I am the writer of the family. (Never mind that I'm a sports writer, that my idea of glad tidings is finding the office pool for the Redskins game topped two hundred dollars, that the only emotional words I ever put to paper were when Bob Irsay snuck the Colts out of Baltimore and when Dave Drevecky lost his pitching arm.)
August 22, 2005
On Thursday, August 18, 2005, JANICE CRITZMAN wife of the late William H. Critzman, Sr.; mother of William H. Critzman, Jr., Juanita "Chris" Gosper and the late Sandra Lee Critzman. Also survived by four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Friends may call on Sunday and Monday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. at Stallings Funeral Home, P.A. in Pasadena. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, 11 A.M. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 308 Oak Manor Drive, Glen Burnie, MD 21061. Interment Loudon Park Cemetery.