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February 26, 2006
On February 23, 2006, ROSE KAY(nee Silberstein); beloved wife of the late Sid Kay; devoted sister of the late Sam and Joseph Silberstein, Nellie Baker, Bessie Rome, Anna Joffe, Marie Abrams and Sadie Steinbach. She is survived by nieces and nephews. Services and interment at Hebrew Friendship Cemetery, 3600 E. Baltimore Street, on Sunday, February 26, at 1 P.M. Please omit flowers. Arrangements by SOL LEVINSONS & BROS INC.
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By Justin Fenton and The Baltimore Sun | October 13, 2014
More than two years after indicting a former online gambling mogul, federal prosecutors in Maryland say they continue to pursue his extradition on charges of running an illegal gambling business and money laundering. The disclosure, made Friday in U.S. District Court in Maryland, is contained in the first filing in the case since Calvin Ayre, 53, and others associated with his Bodog.com operation were indicted in February 2012. All four defendants remain at large, and Ayre — who is a Canadian citizen — is listed as one of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's "Most Wanted" fugitives In the filing, Assistant U.S. Attorney Richard C. Kay asks for the case to be marked as administratively closed while extradition proceedings play out. Kay wrote that in July, he and a defense attorney had reached an agreement in principle to resolve the case but were unable to finalize it. "The parties intend to continue to try to find a resolution that will not require extradition of the defendants, but, in the meantime, I am pursuing extradition," wrote Kay, who added that Ayre is believed to be in Canada or Antigua.
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NEWS
November 30, 2006
On Tuesday November 28, MITCHELL KAY, loving husband of Elsa Kay (Nee Miller), loving father of Artie (Eve) Kay of Florida and Rosemary (Dr. Ian) Weiner of Owings Mills, MD, beloved brother of Harold and Norman Klawansky and Irene Bressler all of Balto, MD, loving grandfather of four and great-grandfather of three. Services and Interment at Beth Isaac Adath Israel Congregation Cemetery- N. Point and German Hill Road on Thursday November 30 at 2 P.M. Please omit flowers, In Mourning at 7 Pomona West Apt. 3 (21208)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2014
Think back, way back, to a time when you wanted to communicate with someone you would like to get to know better. You look up his or her address in a thick book of thin, white pages (delivered once a year to your doorstep by the sole phone company). Having found the address, you pick up a piece of paper - stay with me now - and a pen. You write a greeting to the person who has caught your attention. You place said greeting in an envelope you seal and affix a stamp to, before placing in a mailbox down the street.
NEWS
January 20, 2004
On January 16, 2004, KAY GRACEPOTTER; dear sister of Charles M. Potter Jr., loving daughter of the late Catherine and Charles M. Potter Sr. Family will receive friends at the Ruck Towson Funeral Home Inc., 1050 York Rd (beltway exit 26-A) on Tuesday from 6:30 to 7 PM, at which time a memorial service will be held. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to The American Animal Hospital Association Foundation, 12575 West Bayaud Ave. Lakewood, CO. 80228.
NEWS
July 14, 2004
On July 11, 2004, KAY FRANCES GIVENS (nee Jolley), devoted mother of David R. Givens, of South Windsor, CT; childhood friend of Sally Lyston; dear sister of Ronald D. Smith and his wife Julia A. and the late Russell W. Smith, Jr. A memorial service will be held 11 AM Thursday at Zion United Church of Christ, 8701 Cottington Rd., Baltimore, MD 21236. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 8219 Town Center Dr., Balto.
NEWS
May 27, 2004
On May 25, 2004, BUNNY KAY (nee Scott) DELAWDER, beloved wife of Edward Earl "Johnny" Delawder. Ms. Delawder is also survived by four brothers, four sisters, and many other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the family owned Slack Funeral Home, P.A., 3871 Old Columbia Pike, Ellicott City on Thursday 6 to 8 P.M. and Friday 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. Funeral Services from the above funeral home, Saturday at 10 A.M. Interment True Gospel Cemetery.
NEWS
By Tom Waldron and Tom Waldron,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 8, 2003
Trying not to play bumper cars as I poked my way up torturous York Road recently, I did a double take. Could it be? Yes, indeed, another kebab restaurant has opened in this area, right there next to a cleaners just south of downtown Towson. Is there a market for yet another kebab place? Time will tell but, based on my visit, it appears that Kay's Kabobbi has a good chance of making it. The small space has several tables with white tablecloths and a vase of silk flowers on each. A television blares from one corner, tuned to a station broadcasting in Farsi.
NEWS
By Susan Reimer and Susan Reimer,SUN STAFF | January 7, 2004
The most appealing thing about mysteries is how transporting they can be. The clues are intriguing to discern and the ending is fun to guess. But what I love best about mysteries is their sense of place. In author Tony Hillerman's Navajo mysteries, it is the arid desert of Arizona and New Mexico, the color of the mountains and the power of the changing weather. In the English mysteries of Martha Grimes, it is the bleak weather of England as seen through the leaded-glass windows of the cozy neighborhood pub. And in the gruesome murder mysteries of Patricia Cornwell, it is the aromatic Italian kitchen of coroner Kay Scarpetta.
BUSINESS
By Michael Stroh and Michael Stroh,SUN STAFF | October 31, 1998
If it seems the word processors and other software programs on your computer are eating up more memory and taking longer to run, Alan Kay feels your pain.Kay is a legend in the computer industry, a digital-age Benjamin Franklin widely recognized as the father of the personal computer. He has been involved with nearly every key innovation in the history of modern computing, from laser printers to the Internet.Yesterday, Kay came to the University of Maryland, Baltimore County to give the keynote address at a conference called "Bridging the Gap: Practical Aspects of Object-Oriented Technology."
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2014
After the pain of Towson cutting its men's soccer program in March 2013 had subsided, Kay Banjo was faced with a life-changing decision: He could go pro and try out for Major League Soccer or finish his undergraduate degree and then use his final year of eligibility elsewhere. It was a no-brainer. "My dad has always been big on education, and I know I'm not going to play soccer my whole life, and I need to have something to fall back on," Banjo said. "I had one more semester to graduate.
EXPLORE
August 7, 2013
Anna's House, a transitional housing program for homeless women and children, now boasts a beautiful memorial garden donated by the friends and family of Kay and Meagan Glancy. Kay and her daughter, Meagan, were volunteers at Anna's House. After Kay lost Meagan, 21, in a tragic car accident, Kay decided to plan a memorial garden for her at Anna's House. Unfortunately, Kay passed away seven months later and was unable to see the memorial realized, but her family and friends completed the project and dedicated it in both of their memories.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 26, 2012
DJ KayJay was always interested in DJing, even before the rise of party-starters such as Calvin Harris and Deadmau5, whose songs have overtaken the club scene. The Baltimore-based DJ, otherwise known as Kristin Jackson, likes to please the crowd with her versatile play style, which ranges from commercial house to rock. After six years in the business, 28-year-old Jackson says what she does is more than just a hobby. "DJing is my full time job," the Bel Air resident says. "I have been lucky enough to have the opportunities available to turn this into a career.
EXPLORE
December 12, 2012
Three former Aberdeen Eagles played a significant role in the success of the 1975 men's socer team at Pfeiffer University that recently was voted into the Misenheimer, N.C., school's hall of fame. Robert Hinch and Roger Gompers both played on the attack and Alfred Kaye played defense. All three were four-year starters for Pfeiffer from 1975 through 1978. In the history of the Pfeiffer men's soccer program, the 1975 team ranks at the top of some rankings. They rank first for goals scored in a season-90; goals scored in a game-15; and tied for most wins in a season-13.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sandy Alexander, Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2011
Kay Plaskowitz remembers nearly four decades ago being driven by her husband to Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church in Baltimore while punching down the pan of rising bread dough on her lap. As she carried the dough into the basement kitchen to bake during the Sunday service, she had a plan. Previously, the church had tried to sell homemade noodles at its fundraising festival, but they weren't very popular. This time, the smell of fresh bread wafting through the building and the taste of the loaves warm from the oven convinced Plaskowitz's fellow congregants that she had a better money-making option.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | May 24, 2011
Catherine M. "Kay" Regier, a homemaker and longtime Hereford resident, died Friday of renal failure at Sinai Hospital. She was 85. Catherine Meedel, the daughter of a lumberyard owner and a homemaker, was born and raised in Blue Hill, Neb., where she graduated from high school. During World War II, she studied at Hastings College in Hastings, Neb., while also working at the Hastings Naval Ammunition Depot. After earning a bachelor's degree in business in 1947, she moved to Minneapolis when she took a job at Dayton's department store.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | August 19, 2004
WASHINGTON - A former Bush administration official who led the fruitless postwar effort to find unconventional weapons in Iraq told Congress yesterday that the National Security Council, led by Condoleezza Rice, had botched intelligence information before the war and was "the dog that did not bark" over Iraq's weapons program. In uncharacteristically caustic remarks about his former colleagues, the weapons inspector, David Kay, said the security council had failed to protect President George W. Bush from faulty prewar intelligence and had left Secretary of State Colin L. Powell "hanging out in the wind" when he tried to gather intelligence before the war about Iraq's weapons programs.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | October 29, 2010
Frances K. "Kay" Colley, a retired Howard County mathematics teacher and volunteer, died Monday of breast cancer at her Westminster home. She was 83. Frances Kathleen Sparling, the daughter of a Lehigh Valley Railroad engineer and a homemaker, was born in Bethlehem, Pa. Mrs. Colley was raised in Hazelton, Pa., and Leighton, Pa., where she graduated in 1945 from Leighton High School. She was a 1949 graduate of what is now East Stroudsburg University in East Stroudsburg, Pa., where she majored in both math and English.
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