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By SAM SESSA | May 25, 2006
It came as no surprise when Flirt, the seediest club on Boston Street, closed a few months back. For me, one trip was enough: The place was grimy and empty, and the DJs bumped crunk hip hop and stared at my girlfriend like hungry hyenas. We bounced after a bit, just as a thugged-out crowd started trickling in. No, thanks. When word got out that a new owner took over and gutted the place, I was really looking forward to it - especially after talking to the new manager, Warren Hemenway.
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October 11, 2006
On October 9, 2006, MARIE E. (nee Schnabel), beloved wife of the late William F. Kampes, devoted mother of Donald P. Kampes, devoted sister of Alma M. Tober. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. A Funeral Service will be held at the E.F. Lassahn Funeral Home, P.A., 11750 Belair Rd. (Kingsville) on Thursday at 11 A.M. The family will receive friends Wednesday 2 til 4 and 7 until 9 P.M. Interment Bel Air Memorial Gardens. Contributions may be made to St. Paul Lutheran Church Building Fund.
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NEWS
October 23, 2004
The Golden Age Club of the Riviera Area regrets the passing of our beloved Member MARY KAMPE and extends prayerful sympathy to her family CATHERINE BOWLERPresident
ENTERTAINMENT
By SAM SESSA | May 25, 2006
It came as no surprise when Flirt, the seediest club on Boston Street, closed a few months back. For me, one trip was enough: The place was grimy and empty, and the DJs bumped crunk hip hop and stared at my girlfriend like hungry hyenas. We bounced after a bit, just as a thugged-out crowd started trickling in. No, thanks. When word got out that a new owner took over and gutted the place, I was really looking forward to it - especially after talking to the new manager, Warren Hemenway.
NEWS
May 27, 2004
On May 25, 2004, DORIS V. KAMPES (nee Ellis); devoted wife of the late Morris E. Kampes, Sr.; beloved mother of Morris E. Kampes, Jr. and his wife the late Mary Jane, Victoria D. Lutz and her husband Richard; beloved grandmother of Kimberly L. Miller. Also survived by step grandchildren, step great-grandchildren and sister of the late Everett Ellis, Nelson Ellis and Evelyn Kirby. Friends and family may call at the family owned Henry W. Jenkins and Sons Funeral Home, 16924 York Road (Hereford/Monkton)
TRAVEL
By Judi Dash | September 25, 2005
Campers can have a roof over their heads and a bed under their backsides all in one piece with Kamp-Rite's new Tent Cot, a reclining aluminum chaise with its own tent attached. Mesh doors and windows with roll-up covers can provide ventilation on all four sides, while keeping out bugs. The chaise legs keep the occupant 11 inches off the ground -- blessedly above mud and crawly things. An optional rain fly keeps the drops out. At 18 pounds, the Tent Cot is not for backpacking, but it's good for car camping -- or even as a mini "guest room" indoors.
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By Susan Baer and Susan Baer,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 30, 1990
She slyly removes her glasses, tosses aside her schoolgirl innocence and then, mustering all her charms and blondness, Donna Rice implores the older gentleman to let her love him, feed his starving soul, bring his "failing heart back to life."But hold the tabloids. This is not Donna Rice, temptress.This is Donna Rice, actress.And this is not some flirty jeans commercial. This is serious.Donna's doing Havel.The former model, famed for her relationship with '88 presidential hopeful Gary Hart, has been studying theater in Northern Virginia for the last 1 1/2 years and now makes her theatrical debut in a community theater production of "Largo Desolato" by Czechoslovakian playwright and president Vaclav Havel.
NEWS
May 25, 1995
Ulysses Kay, 78, a prolific classical composer whose works often focused on fellow blacks, such as Frederick Douglass, and were performed by top orchestras throughout the United States, died Saturday at his Teaneck, N.J., home. He produced more than 135 pieces, including five operas, 20 large orchestral works and more than 30 choral compositions. Among the orchestras that played his music were the New York Philharmonic, the National Symphony and the Dallas Symphony.Peter van de Kamp, 93, the Dutch astronomer and Swarthmore College professor who searched for planets in other solar systems, died May 18 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | August 2, 2003
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - Breaking ranks with many of its European neighbors, the Netherlands is sending 1,100 Dutch peacekeepers to southern Iraq so a nearly equal number of U.S. Marines can go home. The Dutch force, which was leaving home yesterday, is a response to U.S. and British requests for help in the relatively secure Shiite-populated province of Muthanna, bordering Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. "For us there was no choice," the defense minister, Henk Kamp, said in an interview. "The Americans helped us in the second World War. Now they are helping the people in Iraq."
NEWS
April 1, 2007
Meghan Kathryn Harkins, daughter of Edgar I. and Nancy D. Harkins of Whiteford, and Philip Charles Boyer, son of Charles Boyer and Jacqueline and Gerald Williams of Reading, Pa. were married on December 2, 2006 at St. Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Church in Baltimore. Father John Williamson officiated the Nuptial Mass. Jared Taylor did the first scripture reading. Liz Johnson read the second scripture, and Darlene Hetinger read the Prayer of the Faithful. Janet and Cliff Smyers, godparents of the bride, presented the offertory gifts.
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By Don Aucoin and Don Aucoin,BOSTON GLOBE | March 2, 1997
Technically, John Wayne was a terrible actor, with all the emotional range of a telephone pole. Yet he continues to have a strong hold on the American imagination. In the New York Review of Books, Garry Wills explains why.Wills draws a connection between our love for Wayne and our hatred of cities. In America, unlike ancient civilizations, there is no "sacred city" that is central to the nation's identity. In fact, in our art, our cinema and our literature, cities are unholy places, snares for the innocent and unwary.
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