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By From staff reports | October 1, 1998
Jim Brady endorses Glendening for stand on gun controlDeclaring that public safety measures should "transcend politics," former Reagan press secretary Jim Brady endorsed Gov. Parris N. Glendening and Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend yesterday."
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By BILL ATKINSON | February 1, 2005
JIM BRADY'S part-time work could leave him broke, or even in jail, if he slips up. At best, he may be - as one observer delicately puts it - a glutton for punishment. The former head of the state's economic development office under Gov. Parris Glendening, Brady now is a professional corporate director who chairs the audit committees at three public companies that are among the largest in the Baltimore region - Constellation Energy, McCormick and T. Rowe Price - and a fourth local firm, Aether Systems.
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By Ronald Reagan | April 3, 1991
ANNIVERSARY" is a word we usually associate with happy events that we like to remember: birthdays, weddings, the first ,, job. Last Saturday, however, marked an anniversary I would just as soon forget, but cannot.It was on that day 10 years ago that a deranged young man standing among reporters and photographers shot a policeman, Secret Service agent, my press secretary and me on a Washington sidewalk.I was lucky. The bullet that hit me bounced off a rib and lodged in my lung, an inch from my heart.
NEWS
By From staff reports | October 1, 1998
Jim Brady endorses Glendening for stand on gun controlDeclaring that public safety measures should "transcend politics," former Reagan press secretary Jim Brady endorsed Gov. Parris N. Glendening and Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend yesterday."
NEWS
May 24, 1991
LibrariansEditor: What's this about closing the School of Library and Information Science of the University of Maryland? How shortsighted can administrators be?Who know how to organize, store and make available information? Who know the technique and art of ''putting knowledge to work''? Librarians who have learned in accredited library schools the intricacies of information organization, the many ways of disseminating and exchanging information and the skills needed to get the right information to the right person at the right time.
BUSINESS
By BILL ATKINSON | February 1, 2005
JIM BRADY'S part-time work could leave him broke, or even in jail, if he slips up. At best, he may be - as one observer delicately puts it - a glutton for punishment. The former head of the state's economic development office under Gov. Parris Glendening, Brady now is a professional corporate director who chairs the audit committees at three public companies that are among the largest in the Baltimore region - Constellation Energy, McCormick and T. Rowe Price - and a fourth local firm, Aether Systems.
NEWS
By Nancy Noyes | February 17, 1991
Wednesday's designation of Annapolitan Jim Brady and Courtnay Becker of Rye, N.Y., as the 1990 Rolex Yachtsman and Yachtswoman of the year, gave U.S. Olympic sailing an important boost.Brady is a J/24 and J/22 World Champion and rising star on the World Match Racing circuit. He competes with Texan Doug Kern as part of Maine skipper Kevin Mahaney's No. 1-ranked U.S. Soling team, which also was named 1990's Olympic Yachting Male Athletes of the Year.Becker is the nation's top-ranked competitor in the single-handedwomen's Europe Dinghy class as well as a member of the Women's Lechner Sailboard squad on the U.S. Olympic Sailing Team.
NEWS
By Dan Berger | June 8, 1998
Jim Brady does not know whether to run for governor, for mayor or for cover.The Supreme Court unanimously told Starr to wait in the queue like everyone else, and may be indicted.LTCOne hundred twenty scientists caught a neutrino, a mile down a zinc mine 30 miles north of Takayama, Japan, and found it overweight. Explain that.You ought to get to vote for the next Spice Girl.Pub Date: 6/08/98
FEATURES
By Desiree Vivea and Desiree Vivea,Copley News Service | February 19, 1992
Resting safe below the tumultuous surf, nestled among the starfish and pier pilings, dwell sumptuous bivalves just waiting to be harvested.Starting out in infancy no bigger than a pinpoint, "spats," or baby oysters, grow up to become one of the world's most relished species of shellfish. From French Marenne to Blue Point, Chincoteague to Canadian Golden Mantle, oysters by any other name would taste as sweet.Oysters inspire not only the palate but the mind's fancy. Creole legend has it that errant husbands, sidetracked in their wanderings and tardy in returning home for the evening, could placate irate wives with a gift of oysters.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown | April 18, 1999
A performance by Broadway star James Naughton turned out to be just the ticket for the 13th annual Center Stage Presents gala. After enjoying songs and backstage stories by the two-time Tony Award winner, the standing-room-only crowd sat down to dinner. Dessert and dancing followed.Among the 510 patrons packing the theater: Peter W. Culman, Center Stage managing director; Irene Lewis, artistic director; Jim Brady, president of the board of trustees; Nancy Roche, past president; Carole Goldberg, event committee chair; T. Edward Hambleton, Lynn Deering, Carol Parham and Dr. Murray M. Kappelman, board members; Lori Kranz, founder of Splitting Image Theatre Company; Bud Meyerhoff, philanthropist; and George Sherman, president and CEO of Danaher Corp.
NEWS
May 24, 1991
LibrariansEditor: What's this about closing the School of Library and Information Science of the University of Maryland? How shortsighted can administrators be?Who know how to organize, store and make available information? Who know the technique and art of ''putting knowledge to work''? Librarians who have learned in accredited library schools the intricacies of information organization, the many ways of disseminating and exchanging information and the skills needed to get the right information to the right person at the right time.
NEWS
By Ronald Reagan | April 3, 1991
ANNIVERSARY" is a word we usually associate with happy events that we like to remember: birthdays, weddings, the first ,, job. Last Saturday, however, marked an anniversary I would just as soon forget, but cannot.It was on that day 10 years ago that a deranged young man standing among reporters and photographers shot a policeman, Secret Service agent, my press secretary and me on a Washington sidewalk.I was lucky. The bullet that hit me bounced off a rib and lodged in my lung, an inch from my heart.
NEWS
By Nancy Noyes | February 17, 1991
Wednesday's designation of Annapolitan Jim Brady and Courtnay Becker of Rye, N.Y., as the 1990 Rolex Yachtsman and Yachtswoman of the year, gave U.S. Olympic sailing an important boost.Brady is a J/24 and J/22 World Champion and rising star on the World Match Racing circuit. He competes with Texan Doug Kern as part of Maine skipper Kevin Mahaney's No. 1-ranked U.S. Soling team, which also was named 1990's Olympic Yachting Male Athletes of the Year.Becker is the nation's top-ranked competitor in the single-handedwomen's Europe Dinghy class as well as a member of the Women's Lechner Sailboard squad on the U.S. Olympic Sailing Team.
SPORTS
By Nancy Noyes and Nancy Noyes,Contributing Writer | May 2, 1993
Annapolitan Jim Brady, 1992 Olympic silver medalist in the Soling class, led the 54-boat Gold Fleet of the Laser Atlantic Coast Championship with finishes of second and third yesterday off Annapolis.Californian Nick Adamson, who won the first race, and Floridian Peter Dreyfuss, winner of the second race, are in eighth and seventh places, respectively."You had to get to the right on the beats," Brady said, "because there was less current against you."In the first race, Brady capsized near the starting line, but was able to work from about 40th to 17th at the first mark and continued to pick off the competition to finish second.
SPORTS
By Peter Baker | October 16, 1993
Team Nippon defeated the Santa Maria Cup Challenge, 2-0, yesterday in the best-of-three series to determine third place in the Columbus Cup team racing regatta sailed off Fort McHenry.Team Chesapeake and the PACT '95 team will sail in a best-of-five series to determine the Cup champion starting at 11 a.m. today off Fort McHenry.Earlier in the week, PACT '95 was 6-0 in the round-robin portion of the regatta sailed in Annapolis. Team Chesapeake was 4-2, with both losses coming against PACT '95.Spectators should be able to view today's races from Fort McHenry.
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