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June 1, 1994
POLICE LOG* Long Reach: 8100 block of Lark Brown Road: Someone entered a home by breaking a rear bedroom window Monday. Police said there were signs of minor ransacking, but nothing was taken.8800 block of Spiral Cut: Televisions were stolen Saturday from two apartments being repaired from fire damage two weeks ago, police said.5700 block of Twelve Month Court: A home's sliding glass door was pried Sunday or Monday, but there was no entry, police said.
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By Donna R. Engle and Donna R. Engle,SUN STAFF | November 16, 1997
Atop a hill in Union Bridge lives a painter, a musician and an award-winning poet.These artists are one and the same: P. Richard Eichman, a slender, scholarly Union Bridge native who pursues his arts in Carroll County's smallest incorporated town rather than in the big city, where he might find fame and larger commissions.Eichman's comic poem, "To the Lehigh Cement Company of Union Bridge, Maryland," recently won the $1,000 first prize in Watermark Press' annual poetry contest. His poem appears in ** "Best Poems of 1997," published by the Owings Mills-based press.
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By Kathryn Higham | November 19, 1995
It's that time again. The air turns crisp and suddenly every friend you have wants to get together to celebrate the holidays."It's such a beautiful time of year that you just want to share it with everyone," says Meadow Lark Washington, a Lutherville psychotherapist who entertains a dozen times during the holiday season.While Ms. Washington prefers intimate gatherings over big parties, an open house is the most popular way to entertain this time of year. But is it possible to prepare the food for such a large party and still manage to spend time with your guests?
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | September 14, 1996
Before she signed on to a new life, it was scary how depressed she was. Her marriage was crumbling, and she was "seriously lonely." Then, one day, America Online slipped an introductory disk into her mailbox. Let's try it, urged her concerned teen-age son. And now, after untold hours of online communion, she is a new woman with a new name: LarkAngel. And she speaks of her cyber savior with grateful zeal."All of a sudden I realized I didn't have to be at home depressed and lonely. I could honestly tell you it changed my life," says Lark-Angel, 41, who like many in cyberspace uses only her screen name in the real world, partly for security reasons and partly because one of the charms of life online is having a secret identity.
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By Encyclopedia of Literature | November 22, 1998
Willa Cather(1873-1947)Cather spent her youth in the midst of the American Great Plains surrounded by European immigrants making their homes in Nebraska.Her best known work, "My Antonia," has a frontier setting and a story line that captures the drive and determination of people living on the Great Plains.Cather also explored the negative aspects of frontier life with works such as "Song of the Lark," "Youth and the Bright Medusa" and "Paul's Case." She uses a theme of fighting to cultivate one's talent amid the confinement of small-town living.
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By MELISSA M. HARRIS | April 22, 2006
Howard County police have arrested and charged an Elkridge man in two armed robberies of a pharmacy where he was a customer, police said yesterday. Charles E. Lawrence, 30, of the 8000 block of Keeton Road was seen on surveillance photos displaying a handgun before stealing prescription drugs Wednesday and April 10 from Feldman's Pharmacy on Lark Brown Road in Elkridge. Store employees recognized Lawrence as a customer, and earlier surveillance photos show Lawrence making a purchase March 31. Detectives arrested Lawrence late Thursday after serving a search warrant at his home.
NEWS
July 9, 2003
On July 8, 2003 MARILYN LARK RICE (nee Yeater), devoted wife of Leonard Rice; loving daughter of James Yeater and the late Lillian Yeater; devoted mother of Ashley Alascia; cherished sister of Lael Henry; loving grandmother of Thomas James Alascia and Emma Lucille Alascia. Relatives and friends are invited to call Loring Byers Funeral Directors Inc., 8728 Liberty Rd (2 miles west of beltway exit 18B), on Thursday July 10 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral Services will be held at a later time.
NEWS
August 1, 2003
On July 30, 2003, DONALD W., beloved father of Jennifer W. Lark of Colorado, J. Michael Buckler and Amy R. O'Haire of Pennsylvania; loving son of Lynda W. Buckler and the late Donald L. Buckler; dear brother of Janet March, Wende Mack and Carolyn Chase. Also, survived by six grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens Mausoleum Chapel on Saturday, August 16 at 11 AM. Private burial at sea. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Defenders of Animal Rights, 14412 Old York Road, Phoenix, MD 21131.
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By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,Sun Staff Writer | April 29, 1994
John Melendez's fifth-grade teacher noted on the boy's report card, "Johnny asks some unusual and sometimes penetrating questions." And Johnny, who schoolmates called "stutter-face" because of his speech, spent high school moments wondering whether an average kid from Long Island like himself would ever, ever meet a celebrity.He met Howard Stern first. And the rest is weird history -- a twisted success story so American that it somehow makes perfect sense. Yes, anyone can be a celebrity -- even people who make a name for themselves by hitting celebrities where it hurts: their egos.
NEWS
February 25, 1997
Zachary Breaux, 36, a jazz guitarist, died of a heart attack Thursday after trying to save a swimmer caught by a riptide in Miami Beach, Fla.His latest album, the funk- and jazz-influenced "Uptown Groove," reached No. 14 on Billboard's contemporary jazz chart after its release last month, with heavy airplay for the "Never Can Say Goodbye" single.Mr. Breaux, who saved a man from drowning while on tour in Italy in 1988, was vacationing on Miami Beach with his family when he went to help a female swimmer who was caught by a powerful riptide.
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