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May 19, 1991
A hotel and restaurant management instructor and a part-time social science instructor won coveted teaching excellence awards at Anne Arundel Community College for 1990-91.The Student Association presented its annual full-time faculty teaching award recently to Faith Harland-White of Arnold and its part-time award to Louise Sledz of Crofton.Harland-White also coordinates the hotel and restaurant management program. Sledz teaches an introductory education course.
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2014
William Goldsborough Helfrich III, who helped with the operation and management of a handful of downtown restaurants, died June 21 in La Jolla, Calif., after suffering multiple organ failure. He was 38. Born in Arlington Heights, Ill., Mr. Helfrich - known as Will to friends and family - lived in Kansas City before moving to Baltimore with his family in 1983 and settling in Roland Park. He attended Gilman School from second grade until graduating with the Class of 1994. While at Gilman, he earned two varsity letters in football, playing tight end, and two more as the baseball team's third baseman.
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August 18, 1999
George Robinson,55, the Rev. Jesse L. Jackson's half-brother, died of cancer Saturday in Hammond, Ind. Mr. Robinson, of Calumet City, Ill., grew up in Greenville, S.C., and moved to Chicago in 1976. He worked in restaurant management.Paddy Devlin,74, a committed socialist who helped found Northern Ireland's largest Roman Catholic party, died Sunday in Belfast.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2014
Sondra Harrison McGee, who co-owned and managed her family's Pier Five seafood restaurant on Pratt Street, died of a heart attack March 17 at her Marco Island, Fla., home. She was 71 and had lived in the Hampton section of Towson. Born on Tilghman Island, she was the daughter of Levin F. Harrison Jr. and Alice Garvin Harrison, who owned and operated Harrison's Chesapeake House. Her father was a charter fishing boat operator and her mother ran the popular Eastern Shore summer hotel and restaurant.
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By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,tricia.bishop@baltsun.com | September 30, 2009
The owners of Donna's Restaurant in Mount Vernon and its building have agreed to modifications that will make the popular cafe accessible to people with disabilities, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Tuesday. According to the agreement, a platform lift will be installed on the stairs between the first-floor lobby and the street-level entrance at 800 N. Charles St. allowing access to Donna's and Indigma, another restaurant located across the lobby on the first floor. Donna's restrooms will also be altered to accommodate wheelchairs.
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By J. Leffall and J. Leffall,SUN STAFF | July 20, 1998
Tackling catering jobs for Hillary Rodham Clinton and other dignitaries has become commonplace for The Classic Catering People, which in more than 20 years in business has gained fame on the local and regional food scene.But catering isn't the only area where the Owings Mills-based company thrives.TCCP, which created a restaurant management company in 1994, Classic Restaurant Management LLC, recently added to its holdings with the purchase of Jasper's restaurant and bar in Pikesville from Masury Court Associates.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | July 15, 1997
The restaurant in the Sykesville train station, the cornerstone in the revival of downtown, has a new manager.Stewart Dearie promises to make the property prosper and attract visitors to town.Dearie, 44, brings 20 years of experience in restaurant management to his new job at Baldwin's Railroad Restaurant. Most recently, he managed the Smokehouse Restaurant and the Pickwick Pub at Antrim 1844, an award-winning inn in Taneytown.Before Antrim, Dearie ran two restaurants and a $2 million catering operation at Peabody Court in Baltimore.
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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)
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | July 16, 2010
Barry H. Young, one of the first restaurateurs at The Mall in Columbia who later leased commercial real estate and was an accomplished shark hunter, died of respiratory failure July 10 at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring. The Columbia resident was 69. He was born in Washington into a family of restaurateurs. His father, Paul Young, worked with his brother, David, at their Roumanian Inn and Paul Young's, which opened in 1960 on Connecticut Avenue. Family members said Mr. Young often recalled the incident that secured a lasting reputation for his family's business.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | August 23, 2011
Anthony K. Konstant, a civil rights advocate and restaurateur who led the way in desegregating restaurants on U.S. 40 in northeast Maryland and later owned the landmark Williamsburg Inn in White Marsh for many years, died Friday of heart failure at Oak Crest Village in Parkville. The former White Marsh resident was 87. The son of Greek immigrant restaurateurs, Mr. Konstant was born in Grand Rapids, Mich., and moved in the 1930s with his parents to Hollins Street in Southwest Baltimore, and then to Bel Air. He was a 1941 graduate of Bel Air High School and enlisted in the Navy during World War II, where he was a gunner's mate and participated in the invasion of the Philippines and Okinawa and in the occupation of Japan.
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By Janene Holzberg | February 4, 2013
The art of cooking is about the journey and the destination, to tweak a famous quote about life that downplays the latter. And it's also about who's guiding you along the way. So when David and Michelle Byrnes discovered one of their favorite chefs was offering private cooking classes in his Columbia home, the Sykesville couple immediately contacted Ben Tehranian to set up a session. And they weren't the only ones to seek him out in recent months: Two couples co-hosting their children's small wedding at home decided they wanted him to teach them to prepare the food for the reception, and six girlfriends chose a class as a unique theme for a bachelorette party.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | January 31, 2013
The Baltimore state's attorney's office dropped rape and other charges brought against a Federal Hill restaurant manager in an alleged New Year's Eve attack, online records show. A patron said Matthew Lasinski, 29, a manager at Blue Agave Restaurante, sexually assaulted her in a bathroom there. But the restaurant posted on its Facebook page that it had video evidence that would clear Lasinski . Reached at work by phone, Lasinski said Thursday that he was pleased the charges had been dropped but didn't know the reason.
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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)
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By Sloane Brown, Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2012
Lauren Gormley and Michael Koehler hit it off immediately on their match.com date. In fact, he couldn't wait to get married. Wedding date: November 17, 2012 Her story: Lauren Gormley, 29, grew up on the Eastern Shore, outside Ocean City , in the small town of Bivalve, Maryland. Her father, Richard Gormley, is a professor of hotel and restaurant management at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Her mother, Christine Gormley, is a point of care coordinator for Atlantic General Hospital.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | August 23, 2011
Anthony K. Konstant, a civil rights advocate and restaurateur who led the way in desegregating restaurants on U.S. 40 in northeast Maryland and later owned the landmark Williamsburg Inn in White Marsh for many years, died Friday of heart failure at Oak Crest Village in Parkville. The former White Marsh resident was 87. The son of Greek immigrant restaurateurs, Mr. Konstant was born in Grand Rapids, Mich., and moved in the 1930s with his parents to Hollins Street in Southwest Baltimore, and then to Bel Air. He was a 1941 graduate of Bel Air High School and enlisted in the Navy during World War II, where he was a gunner's mate and participated in the invasion of the Philippines and Okinawa and in the occupation of Japan.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | July 16, 2010
Barry H. Young, one of the first restaurateurs at The Mall in Columbia who later leased commercial real estate and was an accomplished shark hunter, died of respiratory failure July 10 at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring. The Columbia resident was 69. He was born in Washington into a family of restaurateurs. His father, Paul Young, worked with his brother, David, at their Roumanian Inn and Paul Young's, which opened in 1960 on Connecticut Avenue. Family members said Mr. Young often recalled the incident that secured a lasting reputation for his family's business.
EXPLORE
By Janene Holzberg | February 4, 2013
The art of cooking is about the journey and the destination, to tweak a famous quote about life that downplays the latter. And it's also about who's guiding you along the way. So when David and Michelle Byrnes discovered one of their favorite chefs was offering private cooking classes in his Columbia home, the Sykesville couple immediately contacted Ben Tehranian to set up a session. And they weren't the only ones to seek him out in recent months: Two couples co-hosting their children's small wedding at home decided they wanted him to teach them to prepare the food for the reception, and six girlfriends chose a class as a unique theme for a bachelorette party.
NEWS
By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,tricia.bishop@baltsun.com | September 30, 2009
The owners of Donna's Restaurant in Mount Vernon and its building have agreed to modifications that will make the popular cafe accessible to people with disabilities, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Tuesday. According to the agreement, a platform lift will be installed on the stairs between the first-floor lobby and the street-level entrance at 800 N. Charles St. allowing access to Donna's and Indigma, another restaurant located across the lobby on the first floor. Donna's restrooms will also be altered to accommodate wheelchairs.
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