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January 20, 1993
POLICE LOG* Harper's Choice: 11400 block of Elfstone Way: Someone broke into a 1985 Audi GT between 8 p.m. Jan. 11 and 12:30 a.m. Jan. 13 , and stole a $270 JVC AM-FM pullout cassette player.
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January 2, 2012
Abell Avenue 3000 block, between midnight and 7 a.m. Dec. 25. Cash, webcam, gift cards, two Therma Rest mattresses, safe, candle centerpiece, books, ornaments stolen from vehicle. Evans Chapel Road 4100 block, between 6 p.m. Dec. 26 and 4:30 p.m. Dec. 27. Garmin GPS, tools among items stolen from vehicle. Falls Road 4100 block at 2:13 a.m. Dec. 28. Three suspects, at least one with gun, robbed man standing at bus stop of cash, two black and silver cell phones, five bags of groceries.
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ENTERTAINMENT
January 22, 2001
Portable Safety Beam keeps burglars away, roaming pets at bay American IR Technologies' premier product, the Safety Beam, is a portable, reliable security system that fills a variety of safety needs. At home, the Safety Beam can sound the alarm when a child enters an unsafe area or a pet wanders into a room that's off limits. At the office, it can announce when a customer enters the reception area. In a hotel room, it can offer additional peace of mind for personal security. This versatile product is easy to operate.
NEWS
By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | December 24, 2010
Some 300 volunteers converged Friday morning on the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Jewish Community Center in Park Heights, where a couple of rooms thumped like a disco and looked like a strange combination of package assembly line, craft workshop and youth basketball practice. The noise and frenetic activity has become a seasonal custom for the Jewish Volunteer Connection, as it commands troops of people at the city center, another in Owings Mills and other locations around the area.
BUSINESS
By New York Daily News | September 20, 1990
NEW YORK -- Sony Corp. beat out archrivals Technics and JVC yesterday in announcing plans to bring the first portable digital audiotape player and the first DAT player for automobiles to the United States.Dubbed the DATMAN in Japan,where it has been test-marketed, Sony's Walkman-style DAT player will retail for about $700 and will be available in early January.Sony's DAT player for cars will sell for $1,000 and should be on the market right after Christmas, the company said.DAT equipment uses crystal-cleardigital technology to record and play music and sound on small cassette tapes.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 18, 2000
Cordless headphones will keep television viewers in the know Imagine watching "Monday Night Football" on television and not missing the description of a single play while making a run to the kitchen or down the hall. Imagine listening to your favorite compact disc as loudly as you'd like at any hour, in any room, without disturbing your roommate. Too much to expect from cordless headphones? Not if you strap on JVC's new model HA-W300RF. This 900 MHz unit is designed to work with virtually any audio or video equipment that has the proper connection.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 5, 1999
Video conferencing runs without Internet, but has shortcomingsWeb-based video conferencing, using the increasingly popular and inexpensive monitor-top camera, is fun, but has remained largely a novelty. The picture looks like something out of a Fisher-Price toy camera and frequent dropouts of image and sound are common.Every time a new home video conferencing system comes out, I eagerly await the next generation of quality and usefulness.It was with this anticipation that I decided to review InnoMedia's InfoView system ($349.
NEWS
By Patrick Ercolano and Patrick Ercolano,Evening Sun Staff | March 19, 1991
Ruined for life.That's the odd and only a little tongue-in-cheek motto of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps.As JVC official Kathleen Haser explains, the motto refers to recent college graduates who spend a year living and working among people with far fewer privileges than the volunteers themselves have enjoyed.Among the more than 400 young people in the current crop of volunteers (or "JVs"), six are based in Baltimore."They see life from the underside," Haser says of the volunteers. "Their hearts are changed.
EXPLORE
January 2, 2012
Abell Avenue 3000 block, between midnight and 7 a.m. Dec. 25. Cash, webcam, gift cards, two Therma Rest mattresses, safe, candle centerpiece, books, ornaments stolen from vehicle. Evans Chapel Road 4100 block, between 6 p.m. Dec. 26 and 4:30 p.m. Dec. 27. Garmin GPS, tools among items stolen from vehicle. Falls Road 4100 block at 2:13 a.m. Dec. 28. Three suspects, at least one with gun, robbed man standing at bus stop of cash, two black and silver cell phones, five bags of groceries.
NEWS
By Nancy Gallant and Nancy Gallant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 7, 2001
AS A RECENT graduate of St. Joseph's University with a degree in political science, Chrissie Phillips could have gotten a job in government or business. She minored in art and could have pursued a career in that field. But Phillips is concerned about poverty - so she is doing something about it. On Friday, the 22-year-old Crofton woman is heading west to begin a year of service in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, an organization not unlike the Peace Corps. JVC volunteers spend a year, or sometimes two, serving the poor around the world.
NEWS
By Nancy Gallant and Nancy Gallant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 7, 2001
AS A RECENT graduate of St. Joseph's University with a degree in political science, Chrissie Phillips could have gotten a job in government or business. She minored in art and could have pursued a career in that field. But Phillips is concerned about poverty - so she is doing something about it. On Friday, the 22-year-old Crofton woman is heading west to begin a year of service in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, an organization not unlike the Peace Corps. JVC volunteers spend a year, or sometimes two, serving the poor around the world.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 22, 2001
Portable Safety Beam keeps burglars away, roaming pets at bay American IR Technologies' premier product, the Safety Beam, is a portable, reliable security system that fills a variety of safety needs. At home, the Safety Beam can sound the alarm when a child enters an unsafe area or a pet wanders into a room that's off limits. At the office, it can announce when a customer enters the reception area. In a hotel room, it can offer additional peace of mind for personal security. This versatile product is easy to operate.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 18, 2000
Cordless headphones will keep television viewers in the know Imagine watching "Monday Night Football" on television and not missing the description of a single play while making a run to the kitchen or down the hall. Imagine listening to your favorite compact disc as loudly as you'd like at any hour, in any room, without disturbing your roommate. Too much to expect from cordless headphones? Not if you strap on JVC's new model HA-W300RF. This 900 MHz unit is designed to work with virtually any audio or video equipment that has the proper connection.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 5, 1999
Video conferencing runs without Internet, but has shortcomingsWeb-based video conferencing, using the increasingly popular and inexpensive monitor-top camera, is fun, but has remained largely a novelty. The picture looks like something out of a Fisher-Price toy camera and frequent dropouts of image and sound are common.Every time a new home video conferencing system comes out, I eagerly await the next generation of quality and usefulness.It was with this anticipation that I decided to review InnoMedia's InfoView system ($349.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Gareth Branwyn | January 18, 1999
JVC's new hand-held e-mail device, the HC-E100 PocketMail ($129.95) is the first glimpse at a new generation of e-mail appliances we'll be seeing in the coming year. The HC-E100 uses Pocket Science's PocketMail technology which is also being licensed to Sharp and other makers of personal digital assistants and hand-held computers.The beauty of the HC-E100 is certainly not its catchy name. It's designed to send and receive e-mail from any type of phone (cellular, office phone, digital hotel phone, etc.)
NEWS
January 20, 1993
POLICE LOG* Harper's Choice: 11400 block of Elfstone Way: Someone broke into a 1985 Audi GT between 8 p.m. Jan. 11 and 12:30 a.m. Jan. 13 , and stole a $270 JVC AM-FM pullout cassette player.
NEWS
By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | December 24, 2010
Some 300 volunteers converged Friday morning on the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Jewish Community Center in Park Heights, where a couple of rooms thumped like a disco and looked like a strange combination of package assembly line, craft workshop and youth basketball practice. The noise and frenetic activity has become a seasonal custom for the Jewish Volunteer Connection, as it commands troops of people at the city center, another in Owings Mills and other locations around the area.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Gareth Branwyn | January 18, 1999
JVC's new hand-held e-mail device, the HC-E100 PocketMail ($129.95) is the first glimpse at a new generation of e-mail appliances we'll be seeing in the coming year. The HC-E100 uses Pocket Science's PocketMail technology which is also being licensed to Sharp and other makers of personal digital assistants and hand-held computers.The beauty of the HC-E100 is certainly not its catchy name. It's designed to send and receive e-mail from any type of phone (cellular, office phone, digital hotel phone, etc.)
NEWS
By Patrick Ercolano and Patrick Ercolano,Evening Sun Staff | March 19, 1991
Ruined for life.That's the odd and only a little tongue-in-cheek motto of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps.As JVC official Kathleen Haser explains, the motto refers to recent college graduates who spend a year living and working among people with far fewer privileges than the volunteers themselves have enjoyed.Among the more than 400 young people in the current crop of volunteers (or "JVs"), six are based in Baltimore."They see life from the underside," Haser says of the volunteers. "Their hearts are changed.
BUSINESS
By New York Daily News | September 20, 1990
NEW YORK -- Sony Corp. beat out archrivals Technics and JVC yesterday in announcing plans to bring the first portable digital audiotape player and the first DAT player for automobiles to the United States.Dubbed the DATMAN in Japan,where it has been test-marketed, Sony's Walkman-style DAT player will retail for about $700 and will be available in early January.Sony's DAT player for cars will sell for $1,000 and should be on the market right after Christmas, the company said.DAT equipment uses crystal-cleardigital technology to record and play music and sound on small cassette tapes.
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