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By John Dorsey | May 22, 1997
"Artfull Garden" at the Pearl Gallery features the work of about 30 artists, including paintings, sculpture and ceramics -- all on the subject of gardens and flowers. Among the artists are Norma Kramer, who specializes in watercolors of flowers such as the one shown here; Eric Abrecht, whose monotypes and charcoals are abstract landscapes; Mark Thompson, who also creates abstract works but in pastels; and Mary Lin Yoshimura, who creates hand-painted fabrics. This group show, the last of the gallery's spring offerings, will run through June.
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By Matthew Hay Brown, The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2013
A former instructor at the Naval Academy was sentenced Monday to 60 days in a military jail for indecent acts, fraternization and conduct unbecoming an officer stemming from an incident with two female midshipmen in 2011, an academy spokeswoman said. Marine Corps Maj. Mark Thompson, 43, was also fined $2,500 per month for two years — for a total of $60,000 — and issued a reprimand, a punitive letter that now becomes part of his permanent record, spokeswoman Jenny Erickson said.
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NEWS
January 9, 2005
On Wednesday, January 5, 2005 RICHARD WYLAND of the Glen Meadows Retirement Community born October 13, 1918 beloved husband of the late Annabelle Thompson; devoted father of Sharon Andrews of Monkton, Michael Thompson of Newtown Square, PA, Susan Yaruta of Huntingdon, PA and Mark Thompson of White Marsh; dear brother of F. Clair Thompson of Clearfield, PA, Helen Mac Dowel of Johnstown, PA and Ann Kyler of Johnstown, PA; loving grandfather of John H....
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By Matthew Hay Brown, The Baltimore Sun | June 2, 2013
A former instructor at the Naval Academy has been found not guilty of aggravated sexual assault in an alleged attack on a female midshipman two years ago, an academy spokeswoman said Sunday. Marine Corps Maj. Mark Thompson, 43, was found guilty of indecent acts, failure to obey an order or regulation and conduct unbecoming an officer in the 2011 incident, spokeswoman Jenny Erickson said. He is to be sentenced on Monday. Thompson, who taught history at the academy, was accused of attacking the midshipman in his Annapolis apartment following the annual croquet match between the Naval Academy and St. John's College.
SPORTS
May 3, 1996
Cubs: Before this season, Ryne Sandberg's lifetime average for April was just .235, but this April he hit .188 and sat out the last six games of the month with a persistent ear infection. Sandberg quickly celebrated May's advent with two homers Wednesday, tying him for the team lead with seven. In May, he has a career .306 average.Expos: Pedro Martinez is 8-0 vs. the Mets with an 0.94 ERA.Marlins: Andre Dawson hit his 437th career homer on Wednesday. It was his 408th as a National Leaguer, moving him into ninth place on the NL career list, past Duke Snider.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | February 17, 1994
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- The state of Maryland will be represented in the second of the Gatorade Twin 125-mile qualifying races this afternoon.Jerry Hill of Brandywine, Md., will start his Bell Motor Co. Chevrolet in the 17th position in the field.The orange and yellow car with the words "Maryland With Pride" written across its rear panel is the second slowest car in the two races.The best speed Hill has been able to hit is 176.568 mph. Only Delma Cowart of Savannah, Ga., has been slower, clocking his Ford at 170.280.
NEWS
By Matthew Hay Brown, The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2013
A former instructor at the Naval Academy was sentenced Monday to 60 days in a military jail for indecent acts, fraternization and conduct unbecoming an officer stemming from an incident with two female midshipmen in 2011, an academy spokeswoman said. Marine Corps Maj. Mark Thompson, 43, was also fined $2,500 per month for two years — for a total of $60,000 — and issued a reprimand, a punitive letter that now becomes part of his permanent record, spokeswoman Jenny Erickson said.
FEATURES
By Michael Hill | September 9, 1991
Maybe you can blame this one on the Los Angeles freeways. Some network programmer was probably stuck in traffic one smoggy day in Tinsel Town, listening to the No. 1 morning drive-time disc jockey team go through their predictable antics, when the idea struck him, "Hey, we should try this on TV."So, perhaps, was born "The Adventures of Mark and Brian." Mark Thompson and Brian Phelps are one of those exceedingly popular morning radio teams who perform their act for KLOS-FM in Los Angeles.For NBC, starting tonight at 8:30 on Channel 2 (WMAR)
FEATURES
By SYLVIA BADGER | October 2, 1994
It's not every day that local musicians perform at the White House, so you can imagine the excitement when an invitation from Bill and Hillary Clinton arrived inviting Jr. Cline and the Recliners to provide their brand of '60s rhythm and blues for dancing under the stars.They were to follow a program titled "A Celebration of American Music" that would feature Ashford and Simpson, Patti Austin, Michael Bolton, Booker T & the MGs, Ruth Brown, Jon Hendricks, the Pointer Sisters and Lyle Lovett, who would be in ** attendance with his "Pretty Woman" wife, Julia Roberts.
NEWS
By Matthew Hay Brown, The Baltimore Sun | June 2, 2013
A former instructor at the Naval Academy has been found not guilty of aggravated sexual assault in an alleged attack on a female midshipman two years ago, an academy spokeswoman said Sunday. Marine Corps Maj. Mark Thompson, 43, was found guilty of indecent acts, failure to obey an order or regulation and conduct unbecoming an officer in the 2011 incident, spokeswoman Jenny Erickson said. He is to be sentenced on Monday. Thompson, who taught history at the academy, was accused of attacking the midshipman in his Annapolis apartment following the annual croquet match between the Naval Academy and St. John's College.
NEWS
January 9, 2005
On Wednesday, January 5, 2005 RICHARD WYLAND of the Glen Meadows Retirement Community born October 13, 1918 beloved husband of the late Annabelle Thompson; devoted father of Sharon Andrews of Monkton, Michael Thompson of Newtown Square, PA, Susan Yaruta of Huntingdon, PA and Mark Thompson of White Marsh; dear brother of F. Clair Thompson of Clearfield, PA, Helen Mac Dowel of Johnstown, PA and Ann Kyler of Johnstown, PA; loving grandfather of John H....
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Dorsey | May 22, 1997
"Artfull Garden" at the Pearl Gallery features the work of about 30 artists, including paintings, sculpture and ceramics -- all on the subject of gardens and flowers. Among the artists are Norma Kramer, who specializes in watercolors of flowers such as the one shown here; Eric Abrecht, whose monotypes and charcoals are abstract landscapes; Mark Thompson, who also creates abstract works but in pastels; and Mary Lin Yoshimura, who creates hand-painted fabrics. This group show, the last of the gallery's spring offerings, will run through June.
SPORTS
May 3, 1996
Cubs: Before this season, Ryne Sandberg's lifetime average for April was just .235, but this April he hit .188 and sat out the last six games of the month with a persistent ear infection. Sandberg quickly celebrated May's advent with two homers Wednesday, tying him for the team lead with seven. In May, he has a career .306 average.Expos: Pedro Martinez is 8-0 vs. the Mets with an 0.94 ERA.Marlins: Andre Dawson hit his 437th career homer on Wednesday. It was his 408th as a National Leaguer, moving him into ninth place on the NL career list, past Duke Snider.
FEATURES
By SYLVIA BADGER | October 2, 1994
It's not every day that local musicians perform at the White House, so you can imagine the excitement when an invitation from Bill and Hillary Clinton arrived inviting Jr. Cline and the Recliners to provide their brand of '60s rhythm and blues for dancing under the stars.They were to follow a program titled "A Celebration of American Music" that would feature Ashford and Simpson, Patti Austin, Michael Bolton, Booker T & the MGs, Ruth Brown, Jon Hendricks, the Pointer Sisters and Lyle Lovett, who would be in ** attendance with his "Pretty Woman" wife, Julia Roberts.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | February 17, 1994
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- The state of Maryland will be represented in the second of the Gatorade Twin 125-mile qualifying races this afternoon.Jerry Hill of Brandywine, Md., will start his Bell Motor Co. Chevrolet in the 17th position in the field.The orange and yellow car with the words "Maryland With Pride" written across its rear panel is the second slowest car in the two races.The best speed Hill has been able to hit is 176.568 mph. Only Delma Cowart of Savannah, Ga., has been slower, clocking his Ford at 170.280.
FEATURES
By Michael Hill | September 9, 1991
Maybe you can blame this one on the Los Angeles freeways. Some network programmer was probably stuck in traffic one smoggy day in Tinsel Town, listening to the No. 1 morning drive-time disc jockey team go through their predictable antics, when the idea struck him, "Hey, we should try this on TV."So, perhaps, was born "The Adventures of Mark and Brian." Mark Thompson and Brian Phelps are one of those exceedingly popular morning radio teams who perform their act for KLOS-FM in Los Angeles.For NBC, starting tonight at 8:30 on Channel 2 (WMAR)
SPORTS
December 13, 1999
Baseball Cardinals: Signed P Mark Thompson (1-3, 2.76 ERA) to $400,000, one-year contract. Dodgers: Named Stan Johnston head athletic trainer and Matt Wilson assistant athletic trainer.
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