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May 23, 1995
An item in Friday's Maryland Live section contained an incorrect address for the new Akbar restaurant in Columbia. Thecorrect address is 9400 Snowden River Parkway.The Sun regrets the errors.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2013
The Foreman Wolf restaurant announced in June for Columbia's Lakefront will be a version of Petit Louis Bisto, the French restaurant in Roland Park operated by the Baltimore-based restaurateurs Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf. Located in the Roland Park Shopping Center, Petit Louis, which opened in 2000, was the second restaurant in the Foreman Wolf stable, joining the flagship restaurant, Charleston . Pazo, Cinghiale and Johnny's followed. Foreman Wolf also announced Monday that James Lewandowski will be the executive chef for the Columbia location.
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By MELISSA HARRIS and MELISSA HARRIS,SUN REPORTER | July 27, 2006
A Columbia woman was sentenced to six months in the Howard County Detention Center yesterday after a drunken driving accident resulted in the death of her husband. Howard County Circuit Judge Lenore R. Gelfman also placed Maricela Janeth Knight, of the 6300 block of Gray Sea Way, on six months of home detention and then five years of supervised probation after her release. She also will be required to complete 500 hours of community service, possibly with Mothers Against Drunk Driving and local schools, according to Assistant State's Attorney Stacy Mayer.
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By Susan Reimer, The Baltimore Sun | November 11, 2012
Howard County police are investigating a shooting early Sunday morning at a Taco Bell restaurant on Minstrel Way in Columbia. Police responded at about 1 a.m. to reports that a manager had been confronted and shot multiple times by two unknown men outside the restaurant. Employees at the store called police. The manager, whom police did not identify, was flow by Medevac to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center where he was listed in critical condition. Howard County police said an investigation continues.
NEWS
January 8, 1997
An article in Monday's Howard edition of the Sun noted that lobbyist Bruce C. Bereano is working to repeal Howard County's anti-smoking law. He has been hired by Clyde's restaurant in Columbia and the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington. Tobacco interests, for which Bereano has lobbied on other issues, have not hired him to fight the Howard County law.Pub Date: 1/08/97
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By Katherine Marks and Katherine Marks,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | November 4, 1996
At least $10,000 was raised for the disAbility Awareness Project, a countywide program that educates students about handicaps, during a fund-raiser last Mondayat Hunan Manor Restaurant in Columbia.By Friday, $10,000 in receipts had been counted, Anne Wade, dAP coordinator, said.The restaurant on Deepage Drive in Owen Brown village closed to hold a dinner for dAP fund-raisers. Hunan Manor donates all proceeds to the project. Restaurant workers work free that evening.The project was created in 1979 to educate teachers and students about disabilities.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | May 21, 2001
Boxes are half packed and chairs are still on the tables at mid-afternoon at Piccolo's restaurant in Columbia. The long-standing landmark off Snowden River Parkway in Columbia - a welcome spot for antipasto and arias - has closed, blaming smaller crowds and more competition for its decline. The spacious Italian dining house has drawn large crowds, supported local artists by displaying their work and served up steaming pasta, delicate meats and creamy sauces to salivating customers for a dozen years.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | November 2, 1998
Howard County Fire and Rescue officials released yesterday the names of the two employees who suffered smoke inhalation during a two-alarm blaze at Clyde's restaurant in Columbia Saturday night.Mike Wagner, 38, and Dina Elsa Consteneda, 36, were treated at Howard County General Hospital and released later Saturday night, said Capt. James Reese, department spokesman. The victims' addresses were not available.The cause of the fire was being investigated, and the extent of damage to the restaurant, in the 10200 block of Wincopin Circle, was not known yesterday, Reese said.
NEWS
March 23, 1995
A 21-year-old Columbia man was charged with driving while intoxicated after his car struck a woman walking across the street Tuesday night, Howard County police said.Thomas Hocker, of Cross Fox Lane in Columbia's Wilde Lake village, was released on personal recognizance hours after the accident, a District Court commissioner said.The victim, Freda Goldberg, 51, of the 8300 block of Montgomery Run Road in Ellicott City, was released from the Maryland Shock Trauma Center yesterday afternoon.
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By MELISSA HARRIS | January 12, 2006
Howard County police have charged two men with attempted murder, assault and handgun and drug offenses in the Dec. 28 shooting of an Elkridge man on the parking lot of a Bennigan's restaurant in Columbia. Raymond Ko Kang, 19, of Hillingdon Road in Woodstock and Jonathan Kim, 19, of Split Rail Lane in Ellicott City were arrested after police stopped a black Hyundai Tiburon on U.S. 29. The shooting victim, Harsh Thakkar of Wesley Lane, said suspects fled in a car matching that description.
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By Elizabeth Large | elizabeth.large@baltsun.com | November 8, 2009
Howard County has other places where you can get Mexican food, but a $100 margarita? I don't think so. Azul 17, Columbia's new Mexican restaurant and tequila lounge, offers more than 100 tequilas and 17 signature margaritas. It doesn't give those margaritas away, but none of them costs over $17. However, those who are feeling flush can order one of two other margaritas, which are assembled tableside: the Ultimate Margarita made with Tequila Patron Platinum for $40 or the Rockefeller Margarita made with Tequila Don Julio Real for $100.
NEWS
December 21, 2008
The Central library, 10375 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia, will hold two 30-minute workshops at 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Dec. 30 to explore civility concepts for children ages 4 to 7 with stories, songs and a craft. Registration begins Dec. 23 online and at the library. Information: 410-313-7860, or www.hclibrary.org. Book discussion The American Association of University Women will meet at 11:30 a.m. Jan. 10 at Clyde's Restaurant in Columbia. The group will discuss the book We Are Our Mothers' Daughters, by Cokie Roberts.
NEWS
June 11, 2008
Hospitality expo slated set for Sept. The Mid-Atlantic Food, Beverage and Lodging Expo, a two-day show to be held Sept.17 and 18 at the Baltimore Convention Center, will feature an invitation-only talk to industry professionals by Dawn Sweeney, president and chief executive officer of the National Restaurant Association. The show is produced in coordination with the Restaurant Association of Maryland, a Columbia-based local affiliate of the NRA. The expo provides access to more than 300 exhibiting companies.
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By MELISSA HARRIS and MELISSA HARRIS,SUN REPORTER | July 27, 2006
A Columbia woman was sentenced to six months in the Howard County Detention Center yesterday after a drunken driving accident resulted in the death of her husband. Howard County Circuit Judge Lenore R. Gelfman also placed Maricela Janeth Knight, of the 6300 block of Gray Sea Way, on six months of home detention and then five years of supervised probation after her release. She also will be required to complete 500 hours of community service, possibly with Mothers Against Drunk Driving and local schools, according to Assistant State's Attorney Stacy Mayer.
NEWS
March 5, 2006
Food drive being held through Saturday Harvest for the Hungry, the U.S. Postal Service, Boy Scouts and other partners are sponsoring the annual Harvest for the Hungry Letter Carrier Week Food Drive through Saturday. Residents can leave a bag of nonperishable food items by their mailboxes, and Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and letter carriers will collect and process it. The food will be delivered to a local food bank. Food can also be dropped off in marked containers at post offices or at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage offices.
NEWS
By MELISSA HARRIS | January 12, 2006
Howard County police have charged two men with attempted murder, assault and handgun and drug offenses in the Dec. 28 shooting of an Elkridge man on the parking lot of a Bennigan's restaurant in Columbia. Raymond Ko Kang, 19, of Hillingdon Road in Woodstock and Jonathan Kim, 19, of Split Rail Lane in Ellicott City were arrested after police stopped a black Hyundai Tiburon on U.S. 29. The shooting victim, Harsh Thakkar of Wesley Lane, said suspects fled in a car matching that description.
NEWS
By Jill Hudson Neal and Jill Hudson Neal,SUN STAFF | November 3, 1998
Clyde's Restaurant in Columbia will be closed for at least 10 days because of a fire that began in the kitchen ductwork Saturday night.Two restaurant employees suffered smoke inhalation during the two-alarm blaze and were taken to Howard County General Hospital for observation. The employees, Mike Wagner, 48, and Dina Elsa Consteneda, 36, were released that night.The fire began about 9: 15 p.m. on Halloween in the ductwork over a stove and smoke quickly spread throughout the restaurant, according to Beverly Bruckus, a spokeswoman for Clyde's and the Tomato Palace, which is next door to Clyde's in the 10200 block of Wincopin Circle.
NEWS
December 21, 2008
The Central library, 10375 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia, will hold two 30-minute workshops at 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Dec. 30 to explore civility concepts for children ages 4 to 7 with stories, songs and a craft. Registration begins Dec. 23 online and at the library. Information: 410-313-7860, or www.hclibrary.org. Book discussion The American Association of University Women will meet at 11:30 a.m. Jan. 10 at Clyde's Restaurant in Columbia. The group will discuss the book We Are Our Mothers' Daughters, by Cokie Roberts.
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By Lisa Kawata and Lisa Kawata,SPECIAL TO SUN | July 15, 2004
Alumni of the University of Maryland welcomed the arrival of a familiar pizza and pasta haven when Three Brothers Italian Restaurant opened its doors last month in the former Piccolo's Restaurant in Columbia. With its newest restaurant in a chain of 14 "fast-casual" dining establishments that began with a small pizzeria in Greenbelt in 1976, Three Brothers wants its Howard County customers to get a "good quality meal and not have to wait an hour," said Brendan Skelly, manager of the Columbia location.
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