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December 10, 2003
On December 7, 2003, JOSEPHMENDOZA, beloved husband of Nancy (nee Craig) Mendoza; loving father of Joseph L. Mendoza, Candace Briggs, Judith Mendoza Otto and Linda Victoria Vanore; cherished grandfather of seven and great-grandfather of five; dear brother of Frank and the late Hermilo Mendoza. Also survived by four step-children and eight step-grandchildren. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at the St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, 3755 St. Paul's Street, Ellicott City, MD 21043 on Saturday December 13 at 11 a.m. Interment private.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2011
This blend of malbec, syrah and the little-known red wine grape bonarda has yielded a smooth, ready-to-drink but complex and full-bodied wine with a lot of character. It offers rich blackberry fruit with notes of herbs, Asian spices, vanilla and a touch of pine. It's a great value in this price range. From: Mendoza, Argentina Price: $11 Serve with: Grilled meat, pasta in red sauce
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NEWS
December 23, 2004
On Monday, December 20, 2004, EMMANUEL MENDOZA MANIAGO, M.D.; age 67 of Timonium, born in Zambales, Philippines; beloved husband of Wilma (nee Bontuyan) Maniago for 35 years. Devoted father of Cecilia M. Rice and her husband Thomas of Richmond, VA, Eric M. Maniago, M.D. and his wife Erica of Brooklyn, NY, Wileen B. Maniago of Seattle, WA and Steven M. Maniago and his wife Vanessa of Hoboken, NJ; brother of Corazon Mendoza, Adelia Maniago, Amelia Monta and Nenita Bacay; grandfather of Matthew, Emma, and Ella.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee | sandra.mckee@baltsun.com | January 28, 2010
Myzar Mendoza, a senior at Winters Mill, is a quick study. He had never stepped onto a wrestling mat until he was a freshman. Had never even seen a match. But Mendoza (125 pounds), who has a 14-4 record, is one of his team's anchors, and he's something of a surprise to his coach. "The first year," Winters Mill coach John Lowe said, all the coaches "agreed he would be the first person to quit the junior varsity that year." But they were wrong. Mendoza was inspired by his coaches' lack of confidence in him, and while he didn't - and still doesn't - much enjoy all the hard work that goes into succeeding in the sport, he found himself fascinated by the result.
FEATURES
By Michael Dresser | October 11, 1995
This Argentine red is a spectacular wine for the price, with intense blackcurrant fruit and exceptional length and complexity for a wine from the often-torrid Mendoza region. There's a bit of roughness now, but additional bottle age should smooth it out and yield a wine of tremendous complexity and depth. It is easily the equivalent of many California wines at three times the price.
NEWS
By Michael Dresser | April 15, 2009
2007 Bodega Septima Malbec From: Mendoza, Argentina Price: $12 Serve with: Red meat, pasta This intense, full-bodied, structured red wine shows off the star quality the malbec grape, a bit player in Bordeaux, achieves in Argentina's Mendoza region. This budget-priced beauty displays remarkable complexity and aging potential, with flavors of blackberry, leather, chocolate and spices. It's a great value.
FEATURES
By San Francisco Chronicle | December 23, 1992
To heck with good-luck chain letters. Who believes in them, anyway? Judy Mendoza breaks them about as often as the moon is full, with no apparent side effects."
SPORTS
By Robert Sanchez and Robert Sanchez,The Denver Post | September 14, 2006
Greeley, Colo. -- A backup punter upset with his playing time on the University of Northern Colorado football team was released from jail yesterday, two days after allegedly ambushing and stabbing the team's starting punter in his kicking leg. Mitch Cozad, 21, had "an extreme hatred, competition and jealousy" for the team's starting punter, Rafael Mendoza, according to a report filed by the Evans, Colo., police. Cozad, a walk-on player from Wyoming, was told a week before the stabbing that "Mendoza was out-performing him on the football field" and that he needed to work harder.
NEWS
January 20, 1995
A 34-year-old man was fatally struck by a car Wednesday night as he tried to cross Route 198 at the intersection with Whiskey Bottom Road, county police said.The name of the victim, J. Concepcion Mendoza, was released by police last night after his family in Mexico was notified. A paving company worker, Mr. Mendoza was living alone in Laurel and helping to support his family, police said.David Gordon Bomzoff, 24, of the 8000 block of Green Leaf Terrace in Glen Burnie was driving his 1994 Pontiac Grand Prix west on Route 198 about 7:30 p.m. Mr. Mendoza was crossing Route 198 and was about 500 feet from the intersection when Mr. Bomzoff swerved to avoid hitting him, police said.
FEATURES
By Michael Dresser | May 23, 1993
The following Chilean and Argentine red wines were purchased in Maryland stores and tasted over the past month. Prices listed are the prices paid. Wines could be more or less at other stores.ARGENTINATop quality* 1990 Catena Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva. Mendoza ($16)* 1983 Weinert Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza ($15)Very good quality* 1988 Weinert Merlot, Mendoza ($13)Fine quality, good value* 1989 Flichman Argenta, Mendoza Red Wine ($5)* 1988 Flichman Cabernet Sauvignon, Proprietor's Private Reserve, Mendoza ($6.49)
NEWS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,sandra.mckee@baltsun.com | January 28, 2010
Myzar Mendoza, a senior at Winters Mill, is a quick study. He had never stepped onto a wrestling mat until he was a freshman. Had never even seen a match. But Mendoza (125 pounds), who has a 14-4 record, is one of his team's anchors, and he's something of a surprise to his coach. "The first year," Winters Mill coach John Lowe said, all the coaches "agreed he would be the first person to quit the junior varsity that year." But they were wrong. Mendoza was inspired by his coaches' lack of confidence in him, and while he didn't - and still doesn't - much enjoy all the hard work that goes into succeeding in the sport, he found himself fascinated by the result.
NEWS
By Michael Dresser | April 15, 2009
2007 Bodega Septima Malbec From: Mendoza, Argentina Price: $12 Serve with: Red meat, pasta This intense, full-bodied, structured red wine shows off the star quality the malbec grape, a bit player in Bordeaux, achieves in Argentina's Mendoza region. This budget-priced beauty displays remarkable complexity and aging potential, with flavors of blackberry, leather, chocolate and spices. It's a great value.
NEWS
By Rob Kasper and Rob Kasper,rob.kasper@baltsun.com | January 14, 2009
Malbec is a wine for recessionary times. This red, found in the South American aisle of wine shops, is affordable, with plenty of pleasing offerings in the $10 to $18 range. And the "luxury" end of the malbec line usually lands in the $20 to $30 area, leagues below other high-end wines. Almost all malbecs are pleasant, easy-to-drink wines. "For people who like full-bodied reds, they are a great substitute for cabernet or merlot," says Vicki Schassler, co-owner of the Spirits of Mt. Vernon wine shop in downtown Baltimore.
SPORTS
By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,Sun reporter | August 9, 2008
Start after start this season, Orioles right-hander Jeremy Guthrie has pitched the kind of baseball that usually leads to wins. In the first three months, however, his teammates often failed to reciprocate with the necessary run support. The sides have forged a more equal partnership of late, and that trend continued last night against the Texas Rangers. Guthrie pitched seven superb innings, and Kevin Millar slugged two home runs to lead an ample offensive attack as the Orioles defeated the Rangers, 9-1, before an announced 33,351 at Camden Yards.
NEWS
By Carrie Peyton Dahlberg and Carrie Peyton Dahlberg,McClatchy-Tribune | February 2, 2007
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- In a double row of cages at the University of California, Davis' primate center, families of little brown titi monkeys lead a peculiar life. Dad pretty much raises the kids. Mom tends to reject them, except at feeding time. Researchers are hoping this world of kindly dads and intolerant moms, of males who are merely attentive and others who've become downright clingy, can shed light on the biology underlying human behavior. "This is about as close as we can get to being related to us in an animal that's monogamous" and that can be studied easily in a lab, said Karen Bales, a UC Davis psychology professor.
SPORTS
By Robert Sanchez and Robert Sanchez,The Denver Post | September 14, 2006
Greeley, Colo. -- A backup punter upset with his playing time on the University of Northern Colorado football team was released from jail yesterday, two days after allegedly ambushing and stabbing the team's starting punter in his kicking leg. Mitch Cozad, 21, had "an extreme hatred, competition and jealousy" for the team's starting punter, Rafael Mendoza, according to a report filed by the Evans, Colo., police. Cozad, a walk-on player from Wyoming, was told a week before the stabbing that "Mendoza was out-performing him on the football field" and that he needed to work harder.
FEATURES
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | September 15, 1996
I would like to climb the Aconcagua next January. Can you tell me about the hike and hiking outfits in Mendoza, Argentina?The Aconcagua is the highest mountain in the Americas. At22,834 feet, it attracts climbers every Southern Hemisphere summer, Dec. 15 to March 15.The Aconcagua is in the northwestern province of Mendoza, 684 miles from Buenos Aires. Climbers must register in advance, paying an $80 fee, with the Subsecretaria de Turismo de Mendoza (Mendoza Tourist Board), 1143 San Martin, 5500 Mendoza, Argentina; telephone (54-61)
NEWS
By GUS G. SENTEMENTES and GUS G. SENTEMENTES,SUN REPORTER | July 5, 2006
Brandishing guns and yelling in Spanish, the men barged into La Bahia restaurant on South Newkirk Street and ordered the owner, Maria Mendoza, and others to get on the floor. Her husband, Jose, an immigrant from Honduras, fought back against a man holding a shotgun, grabbing him in a bear hug. Another man put a gun to Jose Mendoza's head and pulled the trigger. The half-dozen or so robbers disappeared into the night, leaving the man's crumpled body bleeding on the restaurant floor and in the arms of his wife of 13 years.
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