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July 17, 2003
On July 14, 2003, DENA LISS (nee Feldman), beloved wife of the late Albert A. Liss, loving mother of Harriet Hyatt of Baltimore, Phyllis Jacobs of Dallas, TX and Rozzie Liss of Baltimore, dear mother-in-law of Morton Hyatt and Matthew Jacobs, adored sister of Sam Feldman and Sylvia Goldstein and the late Harry, Morris and Dorothy Feldman and Fannie Goldman. Loving grandmother of Helen Hyatt, Adrianne and Scott Goldstein, Paul Jacobs, Stan Jacobs, Esther Ayala Pheterson and Elchonon Dovid Pheterson and loving great-grandson of Seth Eric and Alexandra Danielle GoldsteinServices at SOL LEVINSON & BROS.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2013
The company that runs the annual boat shows in Annapolis was officially sold Monday afternoon, as has been planned for months. Longtime owner Ed Hartman, who clashed with former Mayor Josh Cohen, sold the business to a group of investors that includes show manager Paul Jacobs and others in the local maritime industry. The show management team will carry over to the new ownershop of the company, United States Yacht Shows Inc. The company will sponsor four shows in 2014: the Bay Bridge Boat Show in Stevensville in April, the Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show in April, and the United States Sailboat Show and United States Powerboat Show in Annapolis in Octover.
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ENTERTAINMENT
March 9, 2006
Surrealist artworks The lowdown -- Cut flowers, fruits and shells that levitate above glass coffee tables or hover weightlessly over breakers on a beach, plants with stems that disappear into nothingness before reaching their pots - these sound like the surreal hijinks in the paintings of Salvador Dali or Rene Magritte. But these fantastic happenings are the creations of Baltimore artist Jeremiah Stermer, whose canvases that mix precise realism with flights of fancy go on view Sunday at University of Maryland University College.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | October 12, 2013
The heavy rain had pretty much stopped late Friday afternoon, but along City Dock in Annapolis, the sailing enthusiasts continued to come by the Buster's Marine merchandise tent. David Schmidtt, who had started going to the United States Sailboat Show when he was 12 with his father, Buster, was not surprised. "This show is amazing," Schmidtt, 35, said as potential customers looked at his stock of Mercury Marine inflatable boats. "I've been to 22 shows this year, and this is by far the most crowded.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 11, 2004
A play about 9/12 The Baltimore premiere of Craig Wright's Recent Tragic Events opens tomorrow at Fell's Point Corner Theatre. Set in Minneapolis on Sept. 12, 2001, the play concerns a blind date between a bookstore clerk and an advertising executive who hasn't heard from her twin sister in New York since the attacks on the World Trade Center. Barry Feinstein directs a cast headed by Michael Leicht as the clerk and Jane Steffen as the ad exec. Dan Bursi, Keith Snipes and Margaret Swanson complete the cast.
NEWS
By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2013
The company that runs the annual boat shows in Annapolis was officially sold Monday afternoon, as has been planned for months. Longtime owner Ed Hartman, who clashed with former Mayor Josh Cohen, sold the business to a group of investors that includes show manager Paul Jacobs and others in the local maritime industry. The show management team will carry over to the new ownershop of the company, United States Yacht Shows Inc. The company will sponsor four shows in 2014: the Bay Bridge Boat Show in Stevensville in April, the Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show in April, and the United States Sailboat Show and United States Powerboat Show in Annapolis in Octover.
FEATURES
By Tim Smith and Tim Smith,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | March 17, 2004
Virtuosity always has its appeal. But when combined with an unbridled joy of music-making, an intense desire to get beyond bravura to the truly important stuff, things really heat up. That combination could be heard last weekend, in varying proportions, at three concerts in the north end of Baltimore. An ideal mix of technical brilliance and interpretive power characterized the organ recital by Paul Jacobs on Sunday afternoon at Grace United Methodist Church, presented by the Baltimore chapter of the American Guild of Organists.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | October 12, 2013
The heavy rain had pretty much stopped late Friday afternoon, but along City Dock in Annapolis, the sailing enthusiasts continued to come by the Buster's Marine merchandise tent. David Schmidtt, who had started going to the United States Sailboat Show when he was 12 with his father, Buster, was not surprised. "This show is amazing," Schmidtt, 35, said as potential customers looked at his stock of Mercury Marine inflatable boats. "I've been to 22 shows this year, and this is by far the most crowded.
NEWS
By Yeganeh June Torbati, The Baltimore Su | October 2, 2010
As doors open Thursday for the four-day U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis, organizers hope that the city — and the boating industry — can emerge from the storms that battered the city last week and the economic tempest that took its toll on one of the city's major industries. After a recession that has forced many avid boaters to opt for boat repairs in lieu of buying a new model, vendors are looking to the sailboat show and its sister powerboat show, both to be held over the next two weeks, to help boaters and vendors bounce back.
NEWS
April 3, 2003
On April 1, 2003, PAUL ELMER JACOBS. Survived by his children, grandchildren, brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends Saturday, April 5, 2003, 3-5 and 7-9 P.M. at Macnabb Funeral Home, 301 Frederick Road, Catonsville (at beltway exit 13) where services will be held at 8 P.M. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Lung Association, 1840 York Road, Timonium, MD. 21093.
NEWS
By Yeganeh June Torbati, The Baltimore Su | October 2, 2010
As doors open Thursday for the four-day U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis, organizers hope that the city — and the boating industry — can emerge from the storms that battered the city last week and the economic tempest that took its toll on one of the city's major industries. After a recession that has forced many avid boaters to opt for boat repairs in lieu of buying a new model, vendors are looking to the sailboat show and its sister powerboat show, both to be held over the next two weeks, to help boaters and vendors bounce back.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 9, 2006
Surrealist artworks The lowdown -- Cut flowers, fruits and shells that levitate above glass coffee tables or hover weightlessly over breakers on a beach, plants with stems that disappear into nothingness before reaching their pots - these sound like the surreal hijinks in the paintings of Salvador Dali or Rene Magritte. But these fantastic happenings are the creations of Baltimore artist Jeremiah Stermer, whose canvases that mix precise realism with flights of fancy go on view Sunday at University of Maryland University College.
FEATURES
By Tim Smith and Tim Smith,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | March 17, 2004
Virtuosity always has its appeal. But when combined with an unbridled joy of music-making, an intense desire to get beyond bravura to the truly important stuff, things really heat up. That combination could be heard last weekend, in varying proportions, at three concerts in the north end of Baltimore. An ideal mix of technical brilliance and interpretive power characterized the organ recital by Paul Jacobs on Sunday afternoon at Grace United Methodist Church, presented by the Baltimore chapter of the American Guild of Organists.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 11, 2004
A play about 9/12 The Baltimore premiere of Craig Wright's Recent Tragic Events opens tomorrow at Fell's Point Corner Theatre. Set in Minneapolis on Sept. 12, 2001, the play concerns a blind date between a bookstore clerk and an advertising executive who hasn't heard from her twin sister in New York since the attacks on the World Trade Center. Barry Feinstein directs a cast headed by Michael Leicht as the clerk and Jane Steffen as the ad exec. Dan Bursi, Keith Snipes and Margaret Swanson complete the cast.
NEWS
July 17, 2003
On July 14, 2003, DENA LISS (nee Feldman), beloved wife of the late Albert A. Liss, loving mother of Harriet Hyatt of Baltimore, Phyllis Jacobs of Dallas, TX and Rozzie Liss of Baltimore, dear mother-in-law of Morton Hyatt and Matthew Jacobs, adored sister of Sam Feldman and Sylvia Goldstein and the late Harry, Morris and Dorothy Feldman and Fannie Goldman. Loving grandmother of Helen Hyatt, Adrianne and Scott Goldstein, Paul Jacobs, Stan Jacobs, Esther Ayala Pheterson and Elchonon Dovid Pheterson and loving great-grandson of Seth Eric and Alexandra Danielle GoldsteinServices at SOL LEVINSON & BROS.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | July 24, 2013
When the Kennedy Center opened in 1971, the Concert Hall boasted a fine pipe organ given by the great philanthropist Catherine Filene Shouise. It gradually wore out over the decades and became essentially unusable. Last fall, an impressive new instrument constructed by Casavant Freres was installed, with 85 ranks and nearly 5,000 pipes, and the center has big plans for it during the 2013-14 season. There will be three organ recitals featuring leading organists -- Cameron Carpenter, a brilliant player and showman (suggesting a sci-fi combination of Virgil Fox and Liberace)
SPORTS
November 20, 1991
Phillies president Bill Giles said yesterday that he thinks Philadelphia has a 50-50 chance of signing free-agent Bobby Bonilla.Giles and general manager Lee Thomas courted Bonilla and agent Dennis Gilbert for five hours Saturday. They toured the area to show off housing and schools, stopped by Lenny Dykstra's home and spoke on the telephone with manager Jim Fregosi."He liked the city, liked Lee, liked Fregosi, liked the ballclub," Giles said. "If the money is equal, I think we have a 50-50 chance of getting him."
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