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August 10, 2004
On August 7, 2004 AGNES MARTINI (nee Zabora); beloved wife of the late Albert Martini; devoted mother of Paul August Martini and the late Darrell Albert Martini; loving grandmother of Dawn Shatley, Donna Martini, Cynthia Mack and Jason Martini; loving great grandmother of Alicin and Samantha Mack, Jack Shatley and Kyle Martini. Friends may call at the CVACH/ROSEDALE FUNERAL HOME, 1211 Chesaco Avenue, on Tuesday 6 to 8 P.M. Funeral Service will be held Wednesday 11:30 A.M. from the funeral home.
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By Natalie Sherman, The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2014
Heavy construction is to begin this month at Harbor Point. While Beatty Development Group, the company leading the project, has been in the headlines, it's another company that will be doing much of the heavy lifting: Armada Hoffler, which was announced in April as the winner for the $165 million construction contract. The Virginia-based company previously worked with developer Michael Beatty on the construction of many of the buildings in Harbor East, including the Four Seasons and the Legg Mason tower.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Bill Daley and Tribune Newspapers | December 16, 2009
Egg nog is the most storied of holiday drinks. Easy to see why. It's creamy rich, sloshed with dark rum, brandy or whiskey and warmed with spices usually found sprinkled on cookies. Egg nog is the rosy-cheeked Fezziwig of the drink world, dancing its own happy ho-ho-ho jig through a noisy, overheated, over-priced, over-booked December. But as we stand poised to rush into that most beloved/feared of months, let me offer a few words on why the martini, instead, should be your holiday drink.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2013
When he was 13, Thomas Lauderdale's world in Portland, Ore., opened up wide. That was when the future founder of the ensemble called Pink Martini saw the 1946 Rita Hayworth film "Gilda" for the first time. "I loved the 1940s glamour and all that," Lauderdale, now 43, said. "What's distressing is that it's being lost. We're in real trouble these days because of reality television. I yearn for the grace and elegance of the past. " Lauderdale has been doing his best to reclaim some of those old qualities through the music of Pink Martini, which has been performing highly stylish arrangements of vintage songs since 1994.
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April 14, 2006
On April 12, 2006, GLADYS L. MARTINI (nee Hayes); beloved wife of the late Andrew Martini; devoted mother of Evelyn Higgins and her husband Richard and the late Calvin Martini; loving grandmother of five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; dear sister of Marion Bures, Lil Kelch and the late Margaret Connelly. also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the SCHIMUNEK FUNERAL HOME OF BELAIR INC, 610 W. Mac Phail Rd. (at Rt 24) on Saturday, 2 to 5 P.M. A Gravesdie Service will be held at Oak Lawn Cemetery on Monday at 11 A.M.
NEWS
December 31, 2003
On December 30, 2003 DORIS A. (nee Krantz), beloved wife of the late Wilbert G. Martini, devoted mother of Gary Martini and his Sharon, Cindy Kirtley and her husband Kerry, dear sister of Eleanor Atkins, Virginia Manning, and Melvin Krantz. Loving grandmother of Lynsey and Britney Martini. Funeral services will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral of Dundalk Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue on Saturday at 9 A.M. Interment Woodlawn Memorial Park, Easton, MD. Friends may call Friday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.
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December 16, 2005
On December 14, 2005, JOSEPH JOHN, SR., beloved husband of the late Elvira Mary (nee Pulci); devoted father of Evelyn Cornell and her husband Fred, Mary Abendschoen and her husband Barry, Peggy Easton and her husband Paul, Joseph J. Martini, Jr., Nancy Preston and her husband Jim and Thomas Martini; dear grandfather of Freddy, Michael, Bobby, John, Lisa, Angela, Jamie, Brittany and L.J.; loving great-grandfather of Gabriella and Angelina; dear brother of...
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April 7, 1992
John M. Martini, a retired industrial arts teacher and an electrician who operated his own contracting business, died Friday of cancer at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 88.A Mass of Christian burial for Mr. Martini was being offered today in the chapel of Stella Maris, 2300 Dulaney Valley Road.He lived on Bagley Avenue in Parkville and was active in that community's affairs.He retired in 1969 after 27 years as an industrial arts teacher at Gwynns Falls Junior High School.The native of Sauk Rapids, Minn.
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By Gwinn Owens | February 5, 2003
STROLLING INTO the lobby of the Meyerhoff in anticipation of a fulfilling evening of Dvorak and Richard Strauss, I was stopped in my tracks by what appeared before me: A "martini bar." Well enough, I suppose, for those who like their martinis after dinner. Then I looked at the menu: For a confirmed traditionalist who earns his living (or tries) by knowing the precise meanings of words, this was like a parody of the Apostles' Creed or of "The Star-Spangled Banner." For 100 years, the martini, the world's most sophisticated cocktail, composed of a measure of gin, plus French (dry)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Evan Siple | May 21, 2013
Tucked away on a side street in Fells Point is one of the area's sometimes unnoticed but well appointed establishments, Red Star Bar and Grill, a spacious eatery with walls that could tell a million stories if given voice. Manager Matt Straub gives a bit of a history lesson on the spot: Red Star was once a brothel in the early days of Baltimore. "Sailors used to dock at Fells Point and follow the red stars painted on the sidewalks to Red Star for food, ale ... and a little more," he says.
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By John E. McIntyre and The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2013
I'm a big-tent person, you know. Live and let live, I always say. Milk of human kindness by the quart in every vein. No accounting for tastes, so let people enjoy their innocent pleasures. Life's too short, &c., &c.  But my patience is sorely tried by an article at Westword in which one Jenn Wohletz, whom I take, from her vulgar but uninventive prose and untutored taste in drink, to be a young person, disparages the old-fashioned and the martini.  The old-fashioned is a drink for Old People, she says, and it's a pain for the bartender to make, and "when anyone under the age of 65 orders one, they're only doing it to look cool and impress people.
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By Meekah Hopkins | December 26, 2012
Crisp and clean, January is the month when we're officially supposed to start over. After reflecting on the old, we will begin anew with the hope of renewing and rejuvenating our lives. And so, the season really calls for a drink to match the refreshed feelings we have coming off the holidays; a drink that is indulgent yet light enough to erase the heaviness of the past few weeks. Smooth, fresh and sophisticated, the Sondra Martini at the 13th Floor is the cocktail to drink as you toast to the new year.
NEWS
By John E. McIntyre and The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2012
The best and simplest way to mark and celebrate National Grammar Day is to savor a traditional martini, a grammartini. Gin or (if you must) vodka. Straight up or on the rocks. Olive or lemon peel. Four to one, five to one, or six to one. (But if you go eight to one or higher, you might as well take your gin neat.) No need for dogmatism; this is America. For anyone requiring instruction, this traditional video should suffice .
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By Diane Pajak | November 1, 2011
Recipes for Coffee-rubbed pork chops and Blood orange martini Peake reflects: During a trip to the Dominican Republic, chef Anthony Peake dined at a local Dominican restaurant that served traditional Hispaniola fare. For dinner, he was served pork chops with an orange and coffee marinade. Using inspiration from his trip, he created the Coffee-rubbed Pork Chop featured entree for The Stanford Grill. Coffee-rubbed Pork Chops Ingredients: * 8  7 oz. pork chops (bone in)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Meekah Hopkins | September 6, 2011
When in doubt, order a martini. Vodka or gin, shaken or stirred - a martini makes a statement. It's classic, sophisticated, refined. At Saute, the popular upscale corner bar in Canton, I had the pleasant problem of choosing from the extensive selection of martinis. So in the spirit of adventure, I ordered the most intriguing of options: the Pepperoncini Martini. Salty and sassy, it has become one of my go-to drinks when in the neighborhood. Owner and bartender Terri Carey says the Pepperoncini Martini is one of her favorites as well (to drink and to make)
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