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September 11, 2005
On September 8, 2005, SO MING (nee Chen); beloved wife of the late Yuen Ked Tong; beloved mother of Catherine Linette, Ben and Fair Tong. Also survived by eight grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schiumunek Funeral Home, Inc., 9705 Belair Road (Perry Hall), on Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9, where funeral services will be held on Wednesday at 10 A.M. Interment Garrison Forest Maryland Veterans Cemetery. If desired, contributions may be made to the American Red Cross.
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By Bill Daley and Baltimore Sun reporter | January 29, 2010
As the old gasoline ad urged, put a little tiger in your tank — and your dinner plans— this Valentine's Day. Feb. 14 also is the Chinese or lunar new year — the Year of the Tiger. And who better to put the spice into festive fusion dishes for two than that champion of East-West cooking, Ming Tsai? The host of public television's "Simply Ming" cooking series took to the assignment immediately. Indeed, he even decided to do a Chinese-themed Valentine's dinner at his Blue Ginger restaurant in Wellesley, Mass.
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By Daryl Khan and Rocco Parascandola and Daryl Khan and Rocco Parascandola,NEWSDAY | October 8, 2003
NEW YORK - Antoine Yates, the Harlem man with the pet tiger, walked out of court yesterday and professed his devotion to the feline he calls "my only friend." Yates, who burst from anonymity Saturday when police engaged in an hours-long standoff before subduing Ming, a 425-pound big cat, was arraigned yesterday on charges of reckless endangerment and possession of a wild animal. He was released without bail, allowing him a platform outside court to profess his love for Ming and to dismiss any notions he was in danger when the tiger attacked him - despite injuries that left him walking with a limp and his arm in a sling.
NEWS
By William Hyder and William Hyder,Special To The Sun | June 6, 2008
War is a horrible business. Soldiers and civilians are killed and maimed. Human feelings are suppressed. Survivors' lives are destroyed. We all know these things, but we prefer not to think of them. And they are easy to forget when wars are fought thousands of miles away, seen only in brief film clips. In the Heart of America, a powerful play by Naomi Wallace, is designed to keep us from forgetting. In the current production at Rep Stage, fine direction by Kasi Campbell and superb performances by five young actors add to the play's impact.
NEWS
By KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | May 22, 2006
If you're a lousy surgeon, you'll be a lousy robotic surgeon." LI-MING SU, director of laparoscopic and robotic urological surgery at the Johns Hopkins Medical Center
BUSINESS
By John H. Gormley Jr | September 19, 1990
Brendan W. O'Malley, executive director of the Maryland Port Administration, will go to Taiwan early next month to submit a proposal to Yang Ming Line in hopes of luring the line back to Baltimore.Mr. O'Malley confirmed yesterday that he will leave Oct. 1 on a one-week trip that will include talks with steamship lines in Europe, Hong Kong and Taiwan. He declined to say what lines he will visit in Europe orHong Kong but did say he will follow up on Gov. William Donald Schaefer's visit last month to Yang Ming officials in Taiwan.
ENTERTAINMENT
By The Hollywood Reporter | February 10, 1995
Producer Peter Guber's company has entered into a deal to finance the production and distribution of the latest feature film version of "Flash Gordon."The newest incarnation of "Flash Gordon," the all-American character originally brought to life by Buster Crabbe in the 1930s, will continue the hero's fight against the evil Emperor Ming on the planet Mongo but will have an "edgier," updated look for the 1990s.The "Flash Gordon" films that ran as serials in the 1930s.
NEWS
December 19, 2003
DANNY ALTERMAN, formerly of Jamaica, NY, died at age 87, on December 17, 2003; husband of Phoebe (nee Schwartz); father of Daniel L., of New York City and Merrill, of Towson; grandfather of Dana and Alec and Ming and Mickey; father-in-law of LiWah Lai and Ed Rosenfeld. Memorial date to be determined. If desired send donations to Center for Constitutional Rights, Inc., 666 Broadway, NY, 10003. Memorial Service 12/27/03 2-4PM at Atrium Village, Owings Mills
FEATURES
February 28, 2005
In the News Handshake clinches sale of Mel Gibson's ranch Actor Mel Gibson has sold his 45,000-acre Beartooth Ranch near Columbus, Mont., in a multimillion-dollar handshake deal with a neighbor, the buyers said. Kent and Pam Williams said they signed the deed last week, but said the agreement prevents either party from divulging the purchase price. The Billings Gazette reported the sale yesterday. Ranch manager John Carrel said Gibson declined to comment. `Menagerie' pushed back If you're anxious to see Christian Slater in the Broadway revival of The Glass Menagerie, you'll just have to wait a little longer - the opening has been pushed back by a week.
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September 1, 2000
`Shower' (PG-13)Sun Score *** "Shower" makes a gentle, poetic case for filial loyalty and tradition in a story about a grown son's rediscovery of a life he has abandoned. Pu Cun Xin plays Da Ming, an on-the-move young professional living in China, who is summoned by his developmentally disabled brother (Jiang Wu) to return to their childhood home. When he arrives, Da Ming realizes that very little has changed: His elderly father (Zhu Xu) is still running the family business, a men's bath house, where he routinely scrubs down the tubs, gives backrubs to his clients and gossips with the regulars.
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,Sun reporter | May 7, 2008
David Allan Minges, a 49-year-old veteran administrator for several public service nonprofits, has been hired as executive director of the Healthy Howard program, the Ulman administration's attempt to extend access to affordable health care to the uninsured. "I think it's a great opportunity, based on my experience working on new initiatives," Minges said yesterday. And since he's lost 50 pounds in five months through diet and exercise, he said, and lowered his blood pressure in the process, he's especially ready for the kind of preventive health care the program is aimed at. The program is to begin offering services to county residents Oct. 1. The intention is to enroll about 2,000 people in the first year, eventually extending the access to the roughly 20,000 county residents without health insurance.
NEWS
By KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | May 22, 2006
If you're a lousy surgeon, you'll be a lousy robotic surgeon." LI-MING SU, director of laparoscopic and robotic urological surgery at the Johns Hopkins Medical Center
NEWS
September 11, 2005
On September 8, 2005, SO MING (nee Chen); beloved wife of the late Yuen Ked Tong; beloved mother of Catherine Linette, Ben and Fair Tong. Also survived by eight grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schiumunek Funeral Home, Inc., 9705 Belair Road (Perry Hall), on Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9, where funeral services will be held on Wednesday at 10 A.M. Interment Garrison Forest Maryland Veterans Cemetery. If desired, contributions may be made to the American Red Cross.
FEATURES
February 28, 2005
In the News Handshake clinches sale of Mel Gibson's ranch Actor Mel Gibson has sold his 45,000-acre Beartooth Ranch near Columbus, Mont., in a multimillion-dollar handshake deal with a neighbor, the buyers said. Kent and Pam Williams said they signed the deed last week, but said the agreement prevents either party from divulging the purchase price. The Billings Gazette reported the sale yesterday. Ranch manager John Carrel said Gibson declined to comment. `Menagerie' pushed back If you're anxious to see Christian Slater in the Broadway revival of The Glass Menagerie, you'll just have to wait a little longer - the opening has been pushed back by a week.
NEWS
By ROB KASPER | January 21, 2004
WHEN MING Tsai roasts a duck, he saves the fat. A spoonful of duck fat adds terrific flavor to scrambled eggs or to stir-fry dishes, he said. Salvaging the duck fat is also illustrative of the attitude he grew up with, a waste-not want-not mind-set he described as "very Chinese." "You get everything you can out of that duck," he said. "You get the maximum benefit for all the time it took to cook the duck, for the pot you dirtied, for the stove you heated." After spending an afternoon with Ming - chef, cookbook author, owner of the widely acclaimed Blue Ginger restaurant outside Boston and host of a number of TV cooking shows - I came away with the impression that he, like his cooking, is a smart assimilation of East and West.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | December 19, 2003
NEW YORK - Antoine Yates, who has come to be known as "Tiger Man" for housing his 400-pound Bengal tiger in a Harlem apartment, showed up at Manhattan Criminal Court yesterday in high style. In his previous court appearance, he looked bedraggled in white sweat pants and a sling, but this time Yates' outfit consisted of a striking monochromatic white shirt-and-tie combination under a dark suit. He topped the look with a hat, a black bowler, and a splash of color - a red feather, to match his red earring.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | December 19, 2003
NEW YORK - Antoine Yates, who has come to be known as "Tiger Man" for housing his 400-pound Bengal tiger in a Harlem apartment, showed up at Manhattan Criminal Court yesterday in high style. In his previous court appearance, he looked bedraggled in white sweat pants and a sling, but this time Yates' outfit consisted of a striking monochromatic white shirt-and-tie combination under a dark suit. He topped the look with a hat, a black bowler, and a splash of color - a red feather, to match his red earring.
NEWS
By William Hyder and William Hyder,Special To The Sun | June 6, 2008
War is a horrible business. Soldiers and civilians are killed and maimed. Human feelings are suppressed. Survivors' lives are destroyed. We all know these things, but we prefer not to think of them. And they are easy to forget when wars are fought thousands of miles away, seen only in brief film clips. In the Heart of America, a powerful play by Naomi Wallace, is designed to keep us from forgetting. In the current production at Rep Stage, fine direction by Kasi Campbell and superb performances by five young actors add to the play's impact.
NEWS
December 19, 2003
DANNY ALTERMAN, formerly of Jamaica, NY, died at age 87, on December 17, 2003; husband of Phoebe (nee Schwartz); father of Daniel L., of New York City and Merrill, of Towson; grandfather of Dana and Alec and Ming and Mickey; father-in-law of LiWah Lai and Ed Rosenfeld. Memorial date to be determined. If desired send donations to Center for Constitutional Rights, Inc., 666 Broadway, NY, 10003. Memorial Service 12/27/03 2-4PM at Atrium Village, Owings Mills
NEWS
By Daryl Khan and Rocco Parascandola and Daryl Khan and Rocco Parascandola,NEWSDAY | October 8, 2003
NEW YORK - Antoine Yates, the Harlem man with the pet tiger, walked out of court yesterday and professed his devotion to the feline he calls "my only friend." Yates, who burst from anonymity Saturday when police engaged in an hours-long standoff before subduing Ming, a 425-pound big cat, was arraigned yesterday on charges of reckless endangerment and possession of a wild animal. He was released without bail, allowing him a platform outside court to profess his love for Ming and to dismiss any notions he was in danger when the tiger attacked him - despite injuries that left him walking with a limp and his arm in a sling.
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