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By David Donovan and David Donovan,Special to The Sun | August 18, 1995
Sir Neville Marriner and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields gave a stunning display of their tremendous talent Wednesday evening at the Merriweather Post Pavilion. The only sadness was the fact the concert was only about half capacity.Those wise enough to purchase tickets were treated to a glorious all-Beethoven program. The kind of collaboration exhibited here between Marriner and his forces reminded this listener of the legendary partnerships like George Szell and the Cleveland Orchestra, Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic, or Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra.
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By Teddi Glaros Nicolaus | April 1, 2014
Chief Experience Officer, Victoria Gastro Pub, Columbia victoriagastropub.com What sparked your interest in your career field? This is an easy one - my mom. When I was 4 months old, my mother started making all the desserts for her mother's restaurant. She was self-taught and loved being in the kitchen. She passed her love for food to me. So, naturally, I went to culinary school to pursue my passion for food. Where Mom is definitely the baker of our family, I enjoy cooking dishes that I can throw together depending on my mood or the season.
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By Stephen Wigler and Stephen Wigler,Music Critic | November 4, 1993
Although this week's stint conducting the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will be his first, Sir Neville Marriner is no stranger to Meyerhoff Hall and the BSO."Indeed I'm not," says the cheerful British conductor, adding that he tries to hear the BSO every time he guest-conducts the National Symphony at the Kennedy Center. "You have a very well-balanced orchestra, with a beautiful rounded sound that's not dependent on stellar personalities. You also have one of the very best concert halls to be built anywhere in the last 20 years.
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May 3, 2004
Eveland recognized as Business Woman of the Year in region Janet L. Eveland has been named Business Woman of the Year by the Baltimore regional chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners. She is the organization's treasurer and past president. Eveland has practiced business and commercial law in Maryland, Virginia and Washington since 1983. Marriner Marketing names Gajadhar to new position Saudia Gajadhar has been named director of account management and strategic planning at Columbia-based Marriner Marketing Communications.
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By Tim Smith and Tim Smith,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | May 18, 2002
Sometimes, there's nothing better than spending an evening with old friends and their familiar ways. That's sort of what it was like Thursday as Sir Neville Marriner led the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in a comfortable program of ever-popular works. The veteran British conductor offered no surprises, no deviations. He didn't set out to make grand statements or pry into corners looking for something new. But his familiarity with these scores didn't mean that things were routine onstage.
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By Stephen Wigler and Stephen Wigler,Music Critic | November 6, 1993
Sir Neville Marriner received an instantaneous standing ovation last night in Meyerhoff Hall at the end of his concert with the Baltimore Symphony. Marriner deserved such an ovation. for more than 1,000 recordings -- many of them superb -- that have helped familiarize listeners with the music of the 18th century.But he did not deserve an ovation for his performance of Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 5. When it was over, one felt no differently about it than when it had begun. Nothing had happened; the boat that was supposed to take us into the heart of darkness never left dock; the triumphal blaze of the peroration signified nothing.
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July 10, 2000
Dessert manufacturer retains Columbia marketing concern Kozy Shack has named the Columbia-based Marriner Marketing as its agency of record. Kozy Shack, a ready-to-eat dessert manufacturer, has retained the marketing firm to build brand awareness and expand the company's market share for its line of puddings and desserts. Marriner provides a range of services, from traditional media to electronic and Web-based content development. Commercial exhibitors needed for 50+ Expo The county Office on Aging, Department of Citizen Services, is seeking exhibitors for Howard County's 50+ Expo to be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 20 at Wilde Lake High School, 5460 Trumpeter Road, Columbia.
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By Tricia Bishop | September 30, 2001
Who would've thought that some foam, a little tinsel and a cylinder or two could turn distinguished adults into a bunch of loons? That's exactly what happened in the dinner tent at the Harbor Gala 2001, a fund-raiser for Cystic Fibrosis research, when those in attendance got their hands on the make-your-own-centerpiece kits on their assigned tables. Before long, men in tuxes and women in beaded gowns were standing on their tables stacking items into cardboard towers and shouting directions to those below.
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May 3, 2004
Eveland recognized as Business Woman of the Year in region Janet L. Eveland has been named Business Woman of the Year by the Baltimore regional chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners. She is the organization's treasurer and past president. Eveland has practiced business and commercial law in Maryland, Virginia and Washington since 1983. Marriner Marketing names Gajadhar to new position Saudia Gajadhar has been named director of account management and strategic planning at Columbia-based Marriner Marketing Communications.
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By Alisa Samuels and Richard Irwin and Alisa Samuels and Richard Irwin,Evening Sun Staff Joe Nawrozki contributed to this story | September 11, 1991
Salisbury police are searching for a woman and a child who may have been in the restroom or near it when a 17-year-old Salisbury State University student was slain Monday at the Salisbury Mall.Lt. Russell K. Marriner said police hope that the woman will learn she may have been a witness to a killing and will call the police department at (301) 548-3165 or Crime Solvers at (301) 548-1776.The mall is offering a $5,000 reward and Crime Solvers is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the assailant.
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By Tim Smith and Tim Smith,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | May 18, 2002
Sometimes, there's nothing better than spending an evening with old friends and their familiar ways. That's sort of what it was like Thursday as Sir Neville Marriner led the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in a comfortable program of ever-popular works. The veteran British conductor offered no surprises, no deviations. He didn't set out to make grand statements or pry into corners looking for something new. But his familiarity with these scores didn't mean that things were routine onstage.
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By Tricia Bishop | September 30, 2001
Who would've thought that some foam, a little tinsel and a cylinder or two could turn distinguished adults into a bunch of loons? That's exactly what happened in the dinner tent at the Harbor Gala 2001, a fund-raiser for Cystic Fibrosis research, when those in attendance got their hands on the make-your-own-centerpiece kits on their assigned tables. Before long, men in tuxes and women in beaded gowns were standing on their tables stacking items into cardboard towers and shouting directions to those below.
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February 26, 2001
Applied Physics Lab gains recognition from black engineers The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has won the 2001 Pre-College Program of the Year Award of the National Society of Black Engineers for its Maryland MESA Program. The MESA (Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement) Program prepares girls and minorities in elementary, middle and high school to enter college and study technical subjects. Tutorials, counseling, field trips, incentive awards, science fairs and computer training are offered.
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July 10, 2000
Dessert manufacturer retains Columbia marketing concern Kozy Shack has named the Columbia-based Marriner Marketing as its agency of record. Kozy Shack, a ready-to-eat dessert manufacturer, has retained the marketing firm to build brand awareness and expand the company's market share for its line of puddings and desserts. Marriner provides a range of services, from traditional media to electronic and Web-based content development. Commercial exhibitors needed for 50+ Expo The county Office on Aging, Department of Citizen Services, is seeking exhibitors for Howard County's 50+ Expo to be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 20 at Wilde Lake High School, 5460 Trumpeter Road, Columbia.
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By David Donovan and David Donovan,Special to The Sun | August 18, 1995
Sir Neville Marriner and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields gave a stunning display of their tremendous talent Wednesday evening at the Merriweather Post Pavilion. The only sadness was the fact the concert was only about half capacity.Those wise enough to purchase tickets were treated to a glorious all-Beethoven program. The kind of collaboration exhibited here between Marriner and his forces reminded this listener of the legendary partnerships like George Szell and the Cleveland Orchestra, Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic, or Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra.
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By Deidre Nerreau McCabe | February 12, 1995
Marriner Marketing buys Old City GroupMarriner Marketing Communications Inc. of Columbia has acquired Old City Group Inc. of Greenbelt.Marriner will maintain its Columbia offices and use Old City Group's offices to serve clients in Washington and Virginia.Marriner Marketing, which has 25 employees, has regional and national clients, including food service, financial and health care organizations.Old City Group's clients include the National Postal Museum, Red Hot & Blue Restaurants, Moto Photo and the World Cup '94.GBMC board elects Civiletti as chairmanThe Greater Baltimore Medical Center board of trustees has elected Benjamin R. Civiletti chairman of its restructured board.
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February 26, 2001
Applied Physics Lab gains recognition from black engineers The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has won the 2001 Pre-College Program of the Year Award of the National Society of Black Engineers for its Maryland MESA Program. The MESA (Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement) Program prepares girls and minorities in elementary, middle and high school to enter college and study technical subjects. Tutorials, counseling, field trips, incentive awards, science fairs and computer training are offered.
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March 8, 1993
* Margot's Finishing Touches relocated to Clock Tower Place, 1410 Forest Drive in Annapolis.* Apogee Designs Ltd., a manufacturing company in Baltimore, moved to 101 S. Kane St.New accounts* Eisner & Associates Inc., a regional advertising agency, is representing Ashley Treatment Center in Havre de Grace, American Foundation for Urologic Disease, the Taubman Co.* Marriner Marketing Communications Inc., a Columbia-based advertising and sales promotion agency,...
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By Stephen Wigler and Stephen Wigler,Music Critic | November 6, 1993
Sir Neville Marriner received an instantaneous standing ovation last night in Meyerhoff Hall at the end of his concert with the Baltimore Symphony. Marriner deserved such an ovation. for more than 1,000 recordings -- many of them superb -- that have helped familiarize listeners with the music of the 18th century.But he did not deserve an ovation for his performance of Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 5. When it was over, one felt no differently about it than when it had begun. Nothing had happened; the boat that was supposed to take us into the heart of darkness never left dock; the triumphal blaze of the peroration signified nothing.
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By Stephen Wigler and Stephen Wigler,Music Critic | November 4, 1993
Although this week's stint conducting the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will be his first, Sir Neville Marriner is no stranger to Meyerhoff Hall and the BSO."Indeed I'm not," says the cheerful British conductor, adding that he tries to hear the BSO every time he guest-conducts the National Symphony at the Kennedy Center. "You have a very well-balanced orchestra, with a beautiful rounded sound that's not dependent on stellar personalities. You also have one of the very best concert halls to be built anywhere in the last 20 years.
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