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September 30, 2005
On September 24, 2005, LEILANI A. LOVERN (nee Clark), born May 6, 1941, of Princess Anne, MD formerly of Dundalk, MD. Daughter of Aldon and Ruth Clark. Survived by brother Dennis Clark, three children Terry Jershied, Cindy Jones, Tammy Barrett, six grandchildren. Memorial services October 1st at 2 P.M. at Maranantha House, Bowleys Quarters Rd. Middle River.
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July 8, 2007
On July 4, 2007 GENEVIEVE F. DEBUS (nee Doneski), beloved wife of the late Carl Debus; loving mother of Carl Dennis Debus and his wife Leilani Cochran, Robert J. Debus and his wife Ann; cherished grandmom of Deborah Nooney, Robyn Abrams, Dennis Debus, Donna Gourzis, David Debus and Dawn Codd; great grandmother of nine great grandchildren; dear sister of Frances "Babe" Nelson, Christine Kellogg and her husband Douglas and Agnes Potter and her husband Frank....
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By LAURA CHARLES | December 11, 1991
HAWAIIAN EYE: Other than Don Ho, our favorite Hawaiian person is Leilani Wallace, the diminutive dynamo who, with husband Lloyd, owns Leilani's Restaurant on Howard Street's Antique Row. Leilani's will be hosting a Christmas bash Friday night and donating proceeds from the $10 donation taken at the door to needy children.The admission includes hors d'oeuvres and a buffet, but don't expect all exotic dishes from the Volcanic Island. "Everybody thinks all my food is Hawaiian," Leilani says with a laugh.
NEWS
September 30, 2005
On September 24, 2005, LEILANI A. LOVERN (nee Clark), born May 6, 1941, of Princess Anne, MD formerly of Dundalk, MD. Daughter of Aldon and Ruth Clark. Survived by brother Dennis Clark, three children Terry Jershied, Cindy Jones, Tammy Barrett, six grandchildren. Memorial services October 1st at 2 P.M. at Maranantha House, Bowleys Quarters Rd. Middle River.
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By Lynn Williams and Lynn Williams,Sun Restaurant Critic | December 28, 1990
Do you need Hawaii right about now? Do you want to look at palm trees while drinking something long, cold and fruity, served to you by someone in a flowered sarong? Me too. And although the palms were only in pictures, I got just that at Leilani's of HawaiiIt may strike visitors as somewhat peculiar that those sarong-clad waitresses are working a room that looks more like a turn-of-the-century New Orleans chophouse than anything remotely islandish. But during a Baltimore December, you take your Hawaii wherever you can find it."
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By MARY MAUSHARD and MARY MAUSHARD,The Evening SunThe Sun | March 23, 1991
Fred's, Solomon's Island Road, Parole. 224-2386. When most people think about dining in Annapolis, I'm willing to bet a crab claw most of them don't think about Fred's. But maybe they should. Fred's is a regular place on Solomons Island Road, miles from the City Dock. It is a comfortable restaurant, with a fairly informal crowd and a menu that mixes its Italian heritage with its surroundings. That means lots of seafood lots of ways. We particularly enjoyed the Antipasto Supreme for two ($9.95)
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By Janice Baker | February 24, 1991
What was most Hawaiian about Leilani's of Hawaii was Leilani Wallace, whose hearty, raucous cackle infused vitality and warmth into the dining rooms and the bar of this pretty, antique eating place. We liked her spirit. When she brought our entrees to the table, giggling coquettishly she apologized for not serving like a pro. "One of my waitresses called in to say her uncle died," she said. "I asked her if it was the same uncle who died last month in North Carolina. Oh no, she said, this uncle died in Virginia."
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By Mary Maushard and Mary Maushard,The Evening SunThe Sun The Sunday Sun | January 19, 1991
Russell's Ltd., 1600 Frederick Road, 744-6315. The building that houses Russell's in Catonsville has had nearly as many lives as the proverbial cat, beginning as a horse-car waiting room in the 1860s and winding up as a disco before becoming a semi-suburban, semi-country restaurant. The superb service was not matched by the food, which was inconsistent and a bit too high priced for the surroundings. The Broiled Flounder stuffed with Crab Imperial ($17.95) was outstanding and the dinner's obvious high point.
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By MARY MAUSHARD and MARY MAUSHARD,Staff Writer Baltimore Baking Co., Staff Writer Hampton's, Staff Writer | March 28, 1992
Leilani's of Hawaii,Leilani's of Hawaii, 889 Howard St., (410) 225-2610. Just as the Hawaiian Islands are an oasis in the vast Pacific, Leilani's of Hawaii is an oasis on Howard Street. Close by the new light rail line near the north end of Antique Row, this is an elegant, if somewhat eclectic, restaurant. The decor is formal, the table settings elegant, the color scheme a rich green. This is not a fast-paced restaurant; plan to stay awhile. The service is congenial, if somewhat uneven. The menu offers a nice selection of seafood, veal, chicken and combinations of these.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elizabeth Large | May 9, 1996
Helen's Garden growsAs partners in a high-end renovations company, Tom Looney and Ed Scherer had no trouble gutting a Canton rowhouse and redoing it from top to bottom. The result of their labors is a charming cafe and gourmet grocery called Helen's Garden (2908 O'Donnell St.) on Canton Square.One of the original owners of the Morning Edition, Tom Looney has had plenty of experience in the restaurant business as well. Every day his kitchen turns out baked goods like moist Jewish apple cake, ginger cookies and fudgy brownies; fresh soups, sandwiches and salads; and entrees such as smoked salmon tortellini and sweet red peppers stuffed with rice and lentils.
NEWS
September 7, 2005
HENRY W. (Bill) FAIRCHILD Ph D, age 84 of Towson, MD, a WW II veteran, survivor of the Battle of the Bulge, recipient of the Bronze Star and the Soldiers Medal, died September 5, 2005. His career focused on increasing agricultural food production in rural third world nations, including Korea and Bangladesh. For twenty years, until his retirement in 1983, he worked for the Food and Agricultural Organization of the U.N. in Rome, Italy. He is the beloved husband of the late Chil Fairchild (nee Song)
SPORTS
By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,SUN STAFF | July 18, 2004
With less than a month to go before the opening ceremony, lots of folks are tweaking their performances and putting on their Games faces. Like, for example, Leilani Okuda. She's working out in the batting cage. Checking her form in a full-length mirror. Practicing martial arts and Zen meditation. And hoping to stay anonymous once she reaches Athens. Okuda, a Honolulu native, is one of 12 softball umpires - six men and six women - who will officiate the 32 games from Aug. 14-23. "If you do the job right, no one remembers your name," she says.
NEWS
July 25, 1997
Richard Louderback, 62, Army chief warrant officerRichard Louderback, a retired Army chief warrant officer, died of cancer Saturday at his home in Severn. He was 62.Mr. Louderback enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1953 and transferred to the Army a decade later. During his years in the service, he completed two tours in Vietnam, where he earned several awards and decorations for meritorious service.He retired in 1973 and moved to Severn in 1981.Mr. Louderback was born in Lafayette, Ind., and graduated from high school in nearby Reynolds, Ind.He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 160, American Legion Post No. 276 and the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, all in Severn.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elizabeth Large | May 9, 1996
Helen's Garden growsAs partners in a high-end renovations company, Tom Looney and Ed Scherer had no trouble gutting a Canton rowhouse and redoing it from top to bottom. The result of their labors is a charming cafe and gourmet grocery called Helen's Garden (2908 O'Donnell St.) on Canton Square.One of the original owners of the Morning Edition, Tom Looney has had plenty of experience in the restaurant business as well. Every day his kitchen turns out baked goods like moist Jewish apple cake, ginger cookies and fudgy brownies; fresh soups, sandwiches and salads; and entrees such as smoked salmon tortellini and sweet red peppers stuffed with rice and lentils.
FEATURES
By MARY MAUSHARD and MARY MAUSHARD,Staff Writer Baltimore Baking Co., Staff Writer Hampton's, Staff Writer | March 28, 1992
Leilani's of Hawaii,Leilani's of Hawaii, 889 Howard St., (410) 225-2610. Just as the Hawaiian Islands are an oasis in the vast Pacific, Leilani's of Hawaii is an oasis on Howard Street. Close by the new light rail line near the north end of Antique Row, this is an elegant, if somewhat eclectic, restaurant. The decor is formal, the table settings elegant, the color scheme a rich green. This is not a fast-paced restaurant; plan to stay awhile. The service is congenial, if somewhat uneven. The menu offers a nice selection of seafood, veal, chicken and combinations of these.
FEATURES
By LAURA CHARLES | December 11, 1991
HAWAIIAN EYE: Other than Don Ho, our favorite Hawaiian person is Leilani Wallace, the diminutive dynamo who, with husband Lloyd, owns Leilani's Restaurant on Howard Street's Antique Row. Leilani's will be hosting a Christmas bash Friday night and donating proceeds from the $10 donation taken at the door to needy children.The admission includes hors d'oeuvres and a buffet, but don't expect all exotic dishes from the Volcanic Island. "Everybody thinks all my food is Hawaiian," Leilani says with a laugh.
NEWS
July 8, 2007
On July 4, 2007 GENEVIEVE F. DEBUS (nee Doneski), beloved wife of the late Carl Debus; loving mother of Carl Dennis Debus and his wife Leilani Cochran, Robert J. Debus and his wife Ann; cherished grandmom of Deborah Nooney, Robyn Abrams, Dennis Debus, Donna Gourzis, David Debus and Dawn Codd; great grandmother of nine great grandchildren; dear sister of Frances "Babe" Nelson, Christine Kellogg and her husband Douglas and Agnes Potter and her husband Frank....
NEWS
September 7, 2005
HENRY W. (Bill) FAIRCHILD Ph D, age 84 of Towson, MD, a WW II veteran, survivor of the Battle of the Bulge, recipient of the Bronze Star and the Soldiers Medal, died September 5, 2005. His career focused on increasing agricultural food production in rural third world nations, including Korea and Bangladesh. For twenty years, until his retirement in 1983, he worked for the Food and Agricultural Organization of the U.N. in Rome, Italy. He is the beloved husband of the late Chil Fairchild (nee Song)
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By MARY MAUSHARD and MARY MAUSHARD,The Evening SunThe Sun | March 23, 1991
Fred's, Solomon's Island Road, Parole. 224-2386. When most people think about dining in Annapolis, I'm willing to bet a crab claw most of them don't think about Fred's. But maybe they should. Fred's is a regular place on Solomons Island Road, miles from the City Dock. It is a comfortable restaurant, with a fairly informal crowd and a menu that mixes its Italian heritage with its surroundings. That means lots of seafood lots of ways. We particularly enjoyed the Antipasto Supreme for two ($9.95)
FEATURES
By Janice Baker | February 24, 1991
What was most Hawaiian about Leilani's of Hawaii was Leilani Wallace, whose hearty, raucous cackle infused vitality and warmth into the dining rooms and the bar of this pretty, antique eating place. We liked her spirit. When she brought our entrees to the table, giggling coquettishly she apologized for not serving like a pro. "One of my waitresses called in to say her uncle died," she said. "I asked her if it was the same uncle who died last month in North Carolina. Oh no, she said, this uncle died in Virginia."
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