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June 4, 2003
On May 31, 2003 MAY E. (nee Heim) MACKIN, beloved wife of the late ALBERT CLOAK MACKIN, dear sister of Margaret H. Yaffe and the late John Earl Heim Sr., and John Frederick Heim. Also survived by many nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends may gather at Miller-Dippel Funeral Home Inc., 6415 Belair Rd., on Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. where a funeral service will be held on Wednesay at 1:30 P.M. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery. Donations may be made to Friends of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, 1916 E. Pratt St., Baltimore, MD 21231.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | February 26, 2010
Antenette P. Mackin, a retired educator and active church member, died Feb. 19 of a stroke at Northwest Hospital Center. The Randallstown resident was 68. Antenette Pace was born and raised in Winston-Salem, N.C., where she graduated in 1958 from Atkins High School. Mrs. Mackin, who moved to Baltimore in 1966, held bachelor's and master's degrees in education from what is now Coppin State University. She taught English at Bentalou Elementary School for 35 years before retiring in 1998.
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FEATURES
By J. L. Conklin and J. L. Conklin,Special to The Sun | October 26, 1994
The Kimberly Mackin Dance Company's performance Saturday at the Baltimore Museum of Art confirmed what most dance fans in this city already know -- there is a pool of local dance talent worth nurturing here. True, it is a small pool, but it is steadily growing.The program of six dances opened with "Crazy Eights," a work for musicians who neatly rendered composer Robert Macht's blend of jazz and Gamelon percussion.All of Ms. Mackin's dances were skillfully crafted and well-performed, but it was company member Binnie Ritchie Holum in the premiere of her "UR Sonata" who gave one of the best performances seen on stage in Baltimore this fall.
NEWS
April 12, 2008
Doris M. Mackin A graveside service will be held on Saturday, April 12, 2008 at 2 PM, Mt. Erin Cemetery, Havre de Grace, Maryland. Contributions can be provided to Peoples Church, portions supporting Diana Joss Child Evangelism, 2699 Seville Blvd., # 301, Clearwater, FL 33764. Messages of Condolences may be made to: www.zellmanfuneralhome.com
NEWS
April 12, 2008
Doris M. Mackin A graveside service will be held on Saturday, April 12, 2008 at 2 PM, Mt. Erin Cemetery, Havre de Grace, Maryland. Contributions can be provided to Peoples Church, portions supporting Diana Joss Child Evangelism, 2699 Seville Blvd., # 301, Clearwater, FL 33764. Messages of Condolences may be made to: www.zellmanfuneralhome.com
FEATURES
By Charlotte Sommers and Charlotte Sommers,Special to The Sun | October 22, 1994
Choreographer Kimberly Mackin is full of surprises. So expect the unexpected when her dance company takes the stage at the Baltimore Museum of Art tonight for its first full-length concert.Ms. Mackin, an elegant modern dancer with chiseled features, could easily be envisioned choreographing stark, introspective works to minimalist music.Instead, the dancers in her young company tumble and leap to nursery rhymes sung by a soprano in front of cartoon cut-out sets. Then there's a sensuous duet of soaring lifts and surrendering falls, followed by a solo for a woman in an evening gown whose spasmodic movements are comically violent reactions to a narrator spouting gibberish.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | December 14, 1997
INDIAN HEAD -- Hammond's tournament season started with fireworks last night in a tune-up for next weekend's national competition in Delaware.The No. 2-ranked Golden Bears easily won their second straight Lackey Christmas tournament, which was the 10th annual. This time, unlike last season, they hope it carries over when they meet the Chargers in later Class 1A-2A tournaments.After winning the tournament last season, Hammond went on to lose to Lackey of Charles County the next four times they met. The two teams have been rivals since the 1992-93 season and may still be pushing each other before this season is over, despite Hammond's dominance last night.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | January 21, 2001
The obvious storylines were the Old Mill wrestling team's two-year unbeaten streak and the heavily anticipated showdown between Adam DeCosmo and Ryan Mackin. But William Bell stole the show. Bell, a first-year heavyweight, used an escape in the waning moments of his duel with junior Manuel Patino to lift third-ranked Old Mill to a 28-24 victory over visiting Hammond yesterday in Millersville. With the win, Bell avenged an earlier loss to Patino, who beat the sophomore last month at the Lackey Tournament.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 7, 2001
Oakland Mills' two-time state champion heavyweight Robert Scott pinned Loyola's state champ Colin Doyle, then overcame a 5-0 first-period deficit against 4A-3A champ Akil Patterson to earn the Outstanding Upperweight award in last night's Senior All-Star Classic at River Hill High School. After stopping Doyle in 3:10, Scott survived being headlocked on his back for nearly two minutes by Patterson before emerging for a 14-6 decision. "Akil's done that to me before, but this time, he set it up with a lateral drop, which I blocked.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 17, 2000
INDIAN HEAD - Old Mill 135-pounder Adam DeCosmo beat Westlake's Jon Peters for the third time in 12 months, this time by 6-2 to capture his second straight Lackey Tournament crown last night. DeCosmo, a defending state champ, led the fourth-ranked Patriots to the overall title in the 20-team affair, 202.5 to 180, over Hammond of Howard County. Also winning for Old Mill was Adam Dayton (189), who edged Rising Sun's previously unbeaten Ryan Gwaltney (6-1) by 7-2 to improve to improve to 9-1. Old Mill's Doug West (103)
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By Allison Klein and Allison Klein,SUN STAFF | July 9, 2004
A Baltimore teenager pleaded guilty yesterday to second-degree murder in the beating death of a 52-year-old man he mistakenly thought was a snitch, prosecutors said. Renard Mackin of the 1500 block of N. Stricker St. was 15 years old in April last year when he fatally punched and kicked Benjamin Lewis, Assistant State's Attorney Janet S. Hankin said. Mackin was sentenced to 12 years in prison, in accordance with a plea agreement. He was charged as an adult. Prosecutors said Mackin thought it was Lewis' fault that Mackin's cousin was arrested for selling drugs.
NEWS
June 4, 2003
On May 31, 2003 MAY E. (nee Heim) MACKIN, beloved wife of the late ALBERT CLOAK MACKIN, dear sister of Margaret H. Yaffe and the late John Earl Heim Sr., and John Frederick Heim. Also survived by many nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends may gather at Miller-Dippel Funeral Home Inc., 6415 Belair Rd., on Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. where a funeral service will be held on Wednesay at 1:30 P.M. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery. Donations may be made to Friends of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, 1916 E. Pratt St., Baltimore, MD 21231.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Beth Kephart and Beth Kephart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 25, 2001
The Sweet By and By," by Jeanne Mackin. St. Martin's Press. 293 pages. $24.95 Jeanne Mackin's fourth novel, "The Sweet By and By," tells the strange and strangely compelling tale of one Maggie Fox, the fiercely original child who managed to turn a mischievous April Fools Day trick into a lifelong career of staged spiritualism and guided ghosts. Mrs. Abraham Lincoln was one of Fox's clients. P.T. Barnum was one of her backers. Arctic explorer Elisha Kent Kane was - informally, eternally tragically - her husband.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 7, 2001
Oakland Mills' two-time state champion heavyweight Robert Scott pinned Loyola's state champ Colin Doyle, then overcame a 5-0 first-period deficit against 4A-3A champ Akil Patterson to earn the Outstanding Upperweight award in last night's Senior All-Star Classic at River Hill High School. After stopping Doyle in 3:10, Scott survived being headlocked on his back for nearly two minutes by Patterson before emerging for a 14-6 decision. "Akil's done that to me before, but this time, he set it up with a lateral drop, which I blocked.
SPORTS
By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | February 18, 2001
In the battle that is the Howard County wrestling tournament each year, to win, you don't need an army of standouts or one simply with numbers. You need an army with a little of both. River Hill fought more in the trenches than it did the spotlight yesterday, but the result was still the desired one, as the Hawks won their second straight county title, holding off Hammond, 196-190.5, at Centennial High School. Ryan Green (130 pounds) won his third county title, defeating Atholton's Bryan Radik, 5-0, for the Hawks' only victory in the finals.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | January 21, 2001
The obvious storylines were the Old Mill wrestling team's two-year unbeaten streak and the heavily anticipated showdown between Adam DeCosmo and Ryan Mackin. But William Bell stole the show. Bell, a first-year heavyweight, used an escape in the waning moments of his duel with junior Manuel Patino to lift third-ranked Old Mill to a 28-24 victory over visiting Hammond yesterday in Millersville. With the win, Bell avenged an earlier loss to Patino, who beat the sophomore last month at the Lackey Tournament.
FEATURES
By Judith Green and Judith Green,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 12, 1997
To most people, art is something to look it. To choreographer Kimberly Mackin, it's something to do.In "Pictures at an Exhibition," which she has choreographed for the opening of Villa Julie College's art gallery off the lobby of its new theater, she was not at all interested in making a picture of a castle or a gnome or the great gates of Kiev, or any of the other images set to music by the Russian composer Modest Mussorgsky.She is interested in how art "moves": the way oil paint squeezes out of a tube; the way sculpture freezes movement in time; the way objects collide in an assemblage; the way clay feels in the hands of the potter.
NEWS
By Allison Klein and Allison Klein,SUN STAFF | July 9, 2004
A Baltimore teenager pleaded guilty yesterday to second-degree murder in the beating death of a 52-year-old man he mistakenly thought was a snitch, prosecutors said. Renard Mackin of the 1500 block of N. Stricker St. was 15 years old in April last year when he fatally punched and kicked Benjamin Lewis, Assistant State's Attorney Janet S. Hankin said. Mackin was sentenced to 12 years in prison, in accordance with a plea agreement. He was charged as an adult. Prosecutors said Mackin thought it was Lewis' fault that Mackin's cousin was arrested for selling drugs.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 17, 2000
INDIAN HEAD - Old Mill 135-pounder Adam DeCosmo beat Westlake's Jon Peters for the third time in 12 months, this time by 6-2 to capture his second straight Lackey Tournament crown last night. DeCosmo, a defending state champ, led the fourth-ranked Patriots to the overall title in the 20-team affair, 202.5 to 180, over Hammond of Howard County. Also winning for Old Mill was Adam Dayton (189), who edged Rising Sun's previously unbeaten Ryan Gwaltney (6-1) by 7-2 to improve to improve to 9-1. Old Mill's Doug West (103)
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 17, 2000
INDIAN HEAD - Old Mill 135-pounder Adam DeCosmo beat Westlake's Jon Peters for the third time in 12 months, this time by 6-2 to capture his second straight Lackey Tournament crown last night. DeCosmo, a defending state champ, led the fourth-ranked Patriots to the overall title in the 20-team affair, 202.5 to 180, over Hammond of Howard County. Also winning for Old Mill was Adam Dayton (189), who edged Rising Sun's previously unbeaten Ryan Gwaltney (6-1) by 7-2 to improve to improve to 9-1. Old Mill's Doug West (103)
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