Advertisement
HomeCollectionsMilani
IN THE NEWS

Milani

FEATURED ARTICLES
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley | April 23, 1998
Juanita Milani, one of the most respected and popular coaches in Anne Arundel County history, has retired after 20 seasons as volleyball coach at Glen Burnie High School."
ARTICLES BY DATE
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2013
As a midfielder, Catonsville senior Deborah Milani excels on both ends of the field, but she's particularly adept at the draw. In 13 games this spring, she has 103 draw controls and has won 238 in three years. Milani also has 84 goals, 22 assists, 34 ground balls and 14 caused turnovers for the Comets (12-1), and she already is a two-time team Most Valuable Player. A three-sport standout who also plays soccer and basketball, Milani, 18, hones her skills on lacrosse nets in the front yard and on a basketball half court in the backyard of her family's Catonsville home.
Advertisement
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 24, 1998
Coaching was a passion for Glen Burnie's Juanita Milani, but raising her 6-year-old daughter, Ryanne has become top priority in her life, as it should be.Thus, after 20 years as volleyball coach of the her alma mater Gophers, Milani announced her retirement this week."
EXPLORE
By Lane Page | August 28, 2012
What with all the current cooking shows and trends in taste, you needn't be an actual foodie to know what a sous-chef, a maitre d', and even a sommelier are. But a restaurateur? Without the ā€œnā€? Matthew Milani knows. He is one - not only as owner of The Rumor Mill Fusion Bar and Restaurant on Main Street in Ellicott City, but now the one, Maryland's Restaurateur of the Year. He was chosen from among 2,000 in the state by a jury of his peers in the Restaurant Association of Maryland (RAM)
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | September 15, 1995
No one could see it coming. Most people are still stunned by it. And everybody still tries to find reasons for it or explain it."It" is the rise of Glen Burnie's volleyball team in the past five years.The Gophers have joined a select circle of three schools in Anne Arundel County, sharing the limelight with Severna Park and Broadneck year in and year out.Severna Park and Broadneck, located in the hotbed of volleyball in the county, are expected to be at such a lofty level. Glen Burnie is only on the fringe of volleyball excitement.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | February 19, 1991
Juanita Milani nearly blew her stack when a woman barred her husband, Mark, from entering the Catonsville Community College gymnasium in November.For 13 years, the Glen Burnie High School head volleyball coach had been trying to reach the Class 4A state championship game. And now her moment of triumph was being tarnished by a tournament official who simply did not believe that a white man was married to the black coach.A Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association rule permits free admission to the spouse of a coach whose team is competing for a state title.
FEATURES
By Ellen Creager and Ellen Creager,Knight-Ridder | April 24, 1991
YOU'RE A person, and you have a cat. That's all there is to it, right?Not according to cat psychologist Dr. Myrna Milani."Cats are four-legged, fur-covered mirror images of ourselves," she says. "The image a cat throws back is more complex than what Fido throws back. The cat represents that part of ourselves we have the most difficulty with, the enigmatic side of ourselves."Milani probes the feline psyche and its mysterious yin and yang with humans; she's studied cat behavior for years.She's written "The Body Language and Emotion of Cats" (Morrow, $17.95)
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | November 25, 1990
Moments before taking the court against Oxon Hill for its Class 4A volleyball state championship, Coach Juanita Murdock-Milani's Glen Burnie squad handed her a volleyball.Inscribed with the personal signature and a brief dedication from each of her 10 players, this wasn't just a run-of-the-mill game ball.Nor was it a mere symbol of the Gophers' glorious season, which would end just 55 minutes later with a 16-14, 15-9, 15-6 victory over Oxon Hill for Murdock-Milani's first state title.For the 13-year Glen Burnie coach, an easy choice for the 1990 Anne Arundel County Sun Volleyball Coach of the Year, the gift was representative of much, much more.
NEWS
By MELISSA HARRIS | January 1, 2006
The old joke goes that if a manager at Social Security headquarters can't find an employee, someone at Monaghan's Pub can. For federal workers in Woodlawn, the pub is their place - the "everybody knows your name" kind. "Mom," a Social Security retiree known for her foul language and parent-like scolding, drinks a draft beer from her "reserved" bar stool. Co-owner Jack Milani of Ellicott City sorts out issues over "letterhead" for a worker-sponsored toy drive with another retiree. One of the local union bosses chats with "the boys," three federal workers sitting at the other end of the wooden bar. Like many Maryland businesses, this smoke-filled, gritty institution couldn't survive without federal workers.
NEWS
By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 31, 2006
The Central Maryland Football League, based in Howard County, lost two of its programs recently but could be looking at starting another one. Mike Milani, president of the CMFL and sports supervisor for Howard County Recreation and Parks, confirmed that the Columbia Ravens and the Randallstown Panthers left in April to move to the Harford/Baltimore County Youth Football League. "The Ravens and the Panthers have been very strong teams in our league," Milani said. "They left for more competition.
SPORTS
By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2012
The junior midfielder had a dominating week to lead the No. 12 Comets (14-1) to three wins and the Baltimore County championship. Milani opened last week with a four-goal, two-assist performance in an 11-10 win over previously-undefeated Towson on Tuesday, also winning six draws. On Thursday, she scored nine goals, added an assist and won six draws as the Comets defeated Dulaney, 16-7. With the Comets going up against Dulaney a second time in Saturday's Baltimore County championship game, Milani finished with four goals, two asssts and seven won draws in an 18-12 win. In her third varsity season, Milani has 70 goals and 15 assists for a team-high 85 points.
SPORTS
By Craig Clary, Baltimore Sun Media Group | May 3, 2012
Memories of two bad losses last season to Dulaney, and a berth in the Baltimore County championship game, were motivators for Catonsville senior Rachel Schwaab in the Comets' 16-7 win Thursday night. "I think we were psyched because the counties were at stake, but, because we lost to Dulaney twice last year (including the county championship) and got blown out twice, that was a huge factor," said Schwaab, who collected two goals and two assists. Schwaab's biggest play came with the Comets (13-1)
SPORTS
By Craig Clary, Catonsville Times | April 19, 2012
The battle for girls lacrosse pride in Catonsville came down to possession, and Catonsville junior Deb Milani made sure the Comets were the ones controlling the ball and the game. She dominated the draws and spurred the unranked Comets to an 18-12 victory over No. 12 Mount de Sales on Thursday evening. Milani won the final five draws of the first half and helped the host Comets (8-1) erase Sailor leads of 6-3 and 8-6 and take a 12-8 lead into intermission. After the half, she was even better, winning nine of 11 draws, including the final six of the second half when the Comets built the lead and time of possession.
EXPLORE
By Diane Pajak | October 4, 2011
Matt Milani, executive chef and owner of Historic Ellicott City's The Rumor Mill Fusion Bar & Restaurant, agreed to be the first chef to offer his personal recipes for a dish and drink for this new feature in Howard Magazine -- Savor & Swirl. Here's a dish we hope you can enjoy at home as well as a drink to complement. Milani reflects: This recipe reminds me of my mother, who made sure we always had a salad at dinnertime. She often tried new recipes so that we'd have different salad dressings, greens and garnishes all the time.
NEWS
By ELIZABETH LARGE | May 23, 2007
No, it's not a rumor. It's Rumor Mill (8069 Tiber Alley, 410-461-0041), a new restaurant that's opened in Ellicott City where Sidestreets used to be. The space has been redesigned and spruced up, says Matthew Milani, who with his two partners also owns Cacao Lane across the street. (The bartender, he says, painted the Japanese-inspired murals.) Milani describes Rumor Mill's food as "American-Japanese fusion" and "seafood forward." That means entrees like the signature wasabi-crusted snapper with plum sauce served with haricots verts ($25)
NEWS
By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 16, 2006
Howard County's recreational football teams faced unusual obstacles when starting practice two weeks ago. They had to make adjustments because of extreme heat and humidity as workouts began Aug. 1. Mike Milani, a sports supervisor for Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks and president of the Central Maryland Football League, said practices and workouts were modified and scaled back because of the heat -- but it was something the teams were...
NEWS
By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 7, 2005
There should be some new games in Howard County this winter, thanks mostly to a new field at Rockburn Park. Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks recently installed a synthetic outdoor field at Rockburn Park, enabling games to be played over the winter and teams to start spring practices earlier. It is a big reason why parks officials are trying to start new flag football and outdoor soccer programs this winter. Community sports supervisor Mike Milani said the new field is similar to what the Baltimore Ravens use at M&T Bank Stadium.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | November 10, 1993
They haven't been numerous, but Glen Burnie has had volleyball moments to savor against Severna Park.There was 1988, when Glen Burnie knocked Severna Park out of the regional playoffs. There was 1990, when Glen Burnie stunned the Falcons during the regular season."I'm a firm believer in the old NFL adage, that on any given Sunday, any team can win," Glen Burnie coach Juanita Milani said. "The same in volleyball -- on any given night . . . "Last night, however, was not one of those nights.
NEWS
By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 31, 2006
The Central Maryland Football League, based in Howard County, lost two of its programs recently but could be looking at starting another one. Mike Milani, president of the CMFL and sports supervisor for Howard County Recreation and Parks, confirmed that the Columbia Ravens and the Randallstown Panthers left in April to move to the Harford/Baltimore County Youth Football League. "The Ravens and the Panthers have been very strong teams in our league," Milani said. "They left for more competition.
NEWS
By MELISSA HARRIS | January 1, 2006
The old joke goes that if a manager at Social Security headquarters can't find an employee, someone at Monaghan's Pub can. For federal workers in Woodlawn, the pub is their place - the "everybody knows your name" kind. "Mom," a Social Security retiree known for her foul language and parent-like scolding, drinks a draft beer from her "reserved" bar stool. Co-owner Jack Milani of Ellicott City sorts out issues over "letterhead" for a worker-sponsored toy drive with another retiree. One of the local union bosses chats with "the boys," three federal workers sitting at the other end of the wooden bar. Like many Maryland businesses, this smoke-filled, gritty institution couldn't survive without federal workers.
Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.