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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 23, 1998
In a flyweight version of Johnson versus Johnson, Washington D.C.'s Mark "Too Sharp" Johnson proved too explosive for Arthur Johnson, flattening him at 1: 11 of the first round of their scheduled 12-round International Boxing Federation world championship fight last night at the D.C. Armory.The victory, in the ESPN televised main event of an eight-fight card, was the 25th knockout for Mark Johnson, who improved to 34-1 before a crowd of 4,300 and moved closer to a possible big-money fight with junior IBF and WBO bantamweight champion Johnny Tapia.
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April 2, 2014
On Friday, March 21, the Bel Air Moose Lodge, 310 E. Jarrettsville Road in Forest Hill, hosted Joseph R. Koons, Supreme Governor of the Loyal Order of Moose. Koons is the chief presiding officer of the Loyal Order of Moose International. Koons chose Bel Air Moose Lodge to visit for his official visit to Maryland. He is a Pennsylvania resident, who is retired from 36 years of service with the state of Pennsylvania as a therapist for troubled youth. Koons has been a Loyal Order of Moose member since 1970, and lives with his wife, Connie, in Danville, Pa. He and his wife have two children and four grandchildren.
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SPORTS
July 4, 1996
Days until opening ceremonies: 15.The final 20: The U.S. Olympic baseball team reached the 20-man roster limit by cutting pitchers Eric DuBose of Mississippi State, Randy Wolf of Pepperdine and Mark Johnson of Hawaii, outfielder J. D. Drew of Florida State and infielder Casey Blake of Wichita State.Pub Date: 7/04/96
ENTERTAINMENT
By Michael Sragow, The Baltimore Sun | December 9, 2010
From Baltimore to New Zealand, Mark Johnson has made movies of all sizes, costs, colors and flavors. As Barry Levinson's producing partner in Baltimore Pictures, he teamed up with the prolific, versatile writer-director on some peak accomplishments, including Levinson's classic remembrance of things past, "Diner" (1982), and his radically original mobster movie, "Bugsy" (1991). When Johnson started Mark Johnson Productions, he continued to go in zigzag yet profitable directions. He immediately hired a gifted Mexican filmmaker to create a new version of Frances Hodgson Burnett's children's book "A Little Princess" (1995)
NEWS
September 9, 1993
Pasadena podiatrist named to state boardPodiatrist Ira Gottlieb has been elected to the executive board of the Maryland Podiatric Medical Association. Dr. Gottlieb has a practice in Pasadena and is affiliated with North Arundel Hospital, Harbor Hospital and Mercy Medical Center.A Fellow of the American College of Foot Surgeons, Dr. Gottlieb is board-certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery.Habitat for Humanity names bank executiveCheryl A. Anderson-Neff has been chosen by Family Nurture Committee of the Arundel Habitat for Humanity as its new chairwoman.
SPORTS
June 30, 1999
BaseballMajor League Baseball: Named following umpires for All-Star Game on July 13: Jim Evans (AL), home plate; Terry Tata (NL), first base; Dale Ford (AL), second base; Angel Hernandez (NL), third base; Mark Johnson (AL) left-field line; and Larry Vanover (NL), right-field line.Expos: Activated OF Rondell White from 15-day DL. Optioned 1B Brad Fullmer to Triple-A Ottawa.Indians: Designated former Orioles IF Jeff Manto for assignment.Padres: Optioned 2B David Newhan to Triple-A Las Vegas.
NEWS
April 2, 2014
On Friday, March 21, the Bel Air Moose Lodge, 310 E. Jarrettsville Road in Forest Hill, hosted Joseph R. Koons, Supreme Governor of the Loyal Order of Moose. Koons is the chief presiding officer of the Loyal Order of Moose International. Koons chose Bel Air Moose Lodge to visit for his official visit to Maryland. He is a Pennsylvania resident, who is retired from 36 years of service with the state of Pennsylvania as a therapist for troubled youth. Koons has been a Loyal Order of Moose member since 1970, and lives with his wife, Connie, in Danville, Pa. He and his wife have two children and four grandchildren.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | September 29, 2002
As the final seconds ticked off the clock yesterday at Milford Mill, the Dundalk football players began screaming, "The monkey's off our backs." The Owls came from behind for a 12-7 victory over host Milford Mill, and in doing so, started the season 4-0 for the first time. "We'd always start strong and lose in Week 4," Dundalk coach Dave Eubank said. "Milford Mill's a great team, but today, we overcame." Senior Jaired Rose scored the game's first touchdown on a 17-yard run for a 6-0 lead in the first quarter, and quarterback Aaron Pack plowed past linebacker Jerry Harcum at the goal line for the game-winning score late in the fourth quarter.
FEATURES
By Elaine Dutka and Elaine Dutka,Los Angeles Times | September 1, 1991
Mojave Desert, Calif. -- If the name Ben "Bugsy" Siegel isn't yet a part of the popular consciousness, before year's end it should be. For Siegel -- a charismatic, larger-than-life gangster who was part murderer, part visionary -- is quickly becoming a staple in Hollywood's larder.Siegel briefly surfaced in last spring's "The Marrying Man" and reappeared in the recently released "Mobsters" as one of four young hoods on the rise. But as befits a man with more than a trace of megalomania, he'll have a movie to himself when Tri-Star's "Bugsy," directed by Baltimore's Barry Levinson, hits the screen at Christmastime.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Michael Sragow, The Baltimore Sun | December 9, 2010
From Baltimore to New Zealand, Mark Johnson has made movies of all sizes, costs, colors and flavors. As Barry Levinson's producing partner in Baltimore Pictures, he teamed up with the prolific, versatile writer-director on some peak accomplishments, including Levinson's classic remembrance of things past, "Diner" (1982), and his radically original mobster movie, "Bugsy" (1991). When Johnson started Mark Johnson Productions, he continued to go in zigzag yet profitable directions. He immediately hired a gifted Mexican filmmaker to create a new version of Frances Hodgson Burnett's children's book "A Little Princess" (1995)
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | September 29, 2002
As the final seconds ticked off the clock yesterday at Milford Mill, the Dundalk football players began screaming, "The monkey's off our backs." The Owls came from behind for a 12-7 victory over host Milford Mill, and in doing so, started the season 4-0 for the first time. "We'd always start strong and lose in Week 4," Dundalk coach Dave Eubank said. "Milford Mill's a great team, but today, we overcame." Senior Jaired Rose scored the game's first touchdown on a 17-yard run for a 6-0 lead in the first quarter, and quarterback Aaron Pack plowed past linebacker Jerry Harcum at the goal line for the game-winning score late in the fourth quarter.
SPORTS
By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 29, 2000
The Orioles were able to squeeze seven innings out of their starting pitcher last night. They shortened the parade of relievers that had worn a path at Comiskey Park. They wouldn't need anyone to mop up, because they wouldn't find the mess of another defeat spilling onto their home turf. Jason Johnson gave the Orioles a quality start, his second in two tries since rejoining the club from Triple-A purgatory. In that regard, the right-hander had separated himself from the pack. He hung tough as his pitch count climbed to 126, and the Orioles hung a 4-3 defeat on the Texas Rangers before 44,092 at Camden Yards when reliever Jeff Zimmerman balked in the winning run with none out. Shortstop Mike Bordick erased a 3-1 deficit in the seventh with a two-run homer, his seventh of the year to lead the club.
SPORTS
June 30, 1999
BaseballMajor League Baseball: Named following umpires for All-Star Game on July 13: Jim Evans (AL), home plate; Terry Tata (NL), first base; Dale Ford (AL), second base; Angel Hernandez (NL), third base; Mark Johnson (AL) left-field line; and Larry Vanover (NL), right-field line.Expos: Activated OF Rondell White from 15-day DL. Optioned 1B Brad Fullmer to Triple-A Ottawa.Indians: Designated former Orioles IF Jeff Manto for assignment.Padres: Optioned 2B David Newhan to Triple-A Las Vegas.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 23, 1998
In a flyweight version of Johnson versus Johnson, Washington D.C.'s Mark "Too Sharp" Johnson proved too explosive for Arthur Johnson, flattening him at 1: 11 of the first round of their scheduled 12-round International Boxing Federation world championship fight last night at the D.C. Armory.The victory, in the ESPN televised main event of an eight-fight card, was the 25th knockout for Mark Johnson, who improved to 34-1 before a crowd of 4,300 and moved closer to a possible big-money fight with junior IBF and WBO bantamweight champion Johnny Tapia.
SPORTS
July 4, 1996
Days until opening ceremonies: 15.The final 20: The U.S. Olympic baseball team reached the 20-man roster limit by cutting pitchers Eric DuBose of Mississippi State, Randy Wolf of Pepperdine and Mark Johnson of Hawaii, outfielder J. D. Drew of Florida State and infielder Casey Blake of Wichita State.Pub Date: 7/04/96
NEWS
September 9, 1993
Pasadena podiatrist named to state boardPodiatrist Ira Gottlieb has been elected to the executive board of the Maryland Podiatric Medical Association. Dr. Gottlieb has a practice in Pasadena and is affiliated with North Arundel Hospital, Harbor Hospital and Mercy Medical Center.A Fellow of the American College of Foot Surgeons, Dr. Gottlieb is board-certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery.Habitat for Humanity names bank executiveCheryl A. Anderson-Neff has been chosen by Family Nurture Committee of the Arundel Habitat for Humanity as its new chairwoman.
SPORTS
By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 29, 2000
The Orioles were able to squeeze seven innings out of their starting pitcher last night. They shortened the parade of relievers that had worn a path at Comiskey Park. They wouldn't need anyone to mop up, because they wouldn't find the mess of another defeat spilling onto their home turf. Jason Johnson gave the Orioles a quality start, his second in two tries since rejoining the club from Triple-A purgatory. In that regard, the right-hander had separated himself from the pack. He hung tough as his pitch count climbed to 126, and the Orioles hung a 4-3 defeat on the Texas Rangers before 44,092 at Camden Yards when reliever Jeff Zimmerman balked in the winning run with none out. Shortstop Mike Bordick erased a 3-1 deficit in the seventh with a two-run homer, his seventh of the year to lead the club.
NEWS
November 6, 2003
On November 2, 2003, MARGARET YOUNG JOHNSON; beloved wife of the late William Ira Johnson; loving mother of William I. Johnson II and Ann Price and her friend Robert Dode; dear grandmother of Debbie Hollenshade and her husband Tim and Karen and Mark Johnson; dear great-grandmother of Timothy, Kelly and Chad Hollenshade and Kelsey and Thomas Johnson. A memorial service will be held at Dundalk United Methodist Church, 6903 Mornington Road on Sunday, November 16, at 12:30 PM. Interment private.
FEATURES
By Elaine Dutka and Elaine Dutka,Los Angeles Times | September 1, 1991
Mojave Desert, Calif. -- If the name Ben "Bugsy" Siegel isn't yet a part of the popular consciousness, before year's end it should be. For Siegel -- a charismatic, larger-than-life gangster who was part murderer, part visionary -- is quickly becoming a staple in Hollywood's larder.Siegel briefly surfaced in last spring's "The Marrying Man" and reappeared in the recently released "Mobsters" as one of four young hoods on the rise. But as befits a man with more than a trace of megalomania, he'll have a movie to himself when Tri-Star's "Bugsy," directed by Baltimore's Barry Levinson, hits the screen at Christmastime.
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