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June 20, 2004
On June 15, 2004 JAMES C. JACKSON, JR., loving husband of Cora Jackson, devoted father of James Gregory, Rondalyn Miller, Cynthia, Jacqueline and Angelia Jackson. Also survived by two brothers Bernard and Richard Jackson, eight grandchildren, two great grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Visitation at 2140 N. Fulton Avenue on Monday 2 to 8 P.M. The family will receive friends in the chapel on Tuesday at 10:30 A.M. Funeral at 11 A.M.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2014
Richard R. Jackson Jr., a former partner in the Baltimore law firm that is now Ober/Kaler, where he practiced admiralty law for nearly 25 years, died Thursday of a heart attack at his Owings Mills home. He was 77. "Dick was a close friend. He was a wonderful, caring guy and a great admiralty lawyer, which is a specialized practice," said John A. Wolf, chairman of Ober/Kaler. "He was one of the hardest-working lawyers that I've ever met and a bit of a mentor to me, and a wonderful guiding light to young lawyers.
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By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | February 12, 1993
Confronting an opponent he described as having "man strength" in his legs, Wilde Lake 160-pound wrestler Rob McGrain made a savvy move.McGrain's escape with 10 seconds left against Howard's Seth Eldridge gave him a 10-9 win in what proved to be the meet's most pivotal match. The victory pulled the Wildcats within eight points and put them within striking distance in a wild 35-28Howard County dual-meet victory at home.McGrain escaped before being taken down by Eldridge, who is at his best on the floor.
NEWS
June 20, 2004
On June 15, 2004 JAMES C. JACKSON, JR., loving husband of Cora Jackson, devoted father of James Gregory, Rondalyn Miller, Cynthia, Jacqueline and Angelia Jackson. Also survived by two brothers Bernard and Richard Jackson, eight grandchildren, two great grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Visitation at 2140 N. Fulton Avenue on Monday 2 to 8 P.M. The family will receive friends in the chapel on Tuesday at 10:30 A.M. Funeral at 11 A.M.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | February 11, 1994
The Oakland Mills-Hammond battle for the top spot in the Howard County wrestling tournament for the past two years started the roots for a long-standing rivalry. But don't look for the hat trick.Just ask Oakland Mills coach Steve Carnahan about his chances of upsetting defending champion No. 5 Hammond this weekend at Atholton."We probably would need Tonya Harding's bodyguard," he said. "Of the past three years, they will come in stronger than before."The tournament is scheduled to begin today at 2 p.m. If the tournament is postponed today because of inclement weather, the entire varsity tournament will be tomorrow, starting tentatively at 8:30 a.m.If tomorrow and Saturday's matches are canceled, then the varsity tournament will be rescheduled for Monday and Tuesday afternoons.
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By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | January 14, 1994
It's been too long for Todd DeCrispino to be picky about how the victories come.After losses to Wilde Lake in each of his first four seasons as Centennial wrestling coach, DeCrispino saw his Eagles manhandle the host Wildecats, 45-28, last night in a Howard County match.That Wilde Lake is thin in depth and experience didn't detract from the victory by a markedly improved Centennial squad, DeCrispino said."It's just like history; it goes through cycles," he said. "My cycle right now is we're climbing our peak.
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By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | February 5, 1993
Wilde Lake's wrestlers, catching youth-laden Centennial coming off a hard-fought 32-24 loss to Oakland Mills, pummeled the Eagles back to reality.The Wildecats, a more seasoned wrestling squad, dominated host Centennial with five pins and one technical fall en route to a 51-13 Howard County dual-meet victory yesterday.Wilde Lake improved to 9-3, 3-2 in county dual outings, and Centennial fell to 4-8, 1-4."I expected a tougher match because I heard what they did to Oakland Mills," Wilde Lake coach Richard Jackson said.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | December 6, 1992
Wilde Lake just can't seem to catch a break.Last season, the Wildecats were the state's best losing wrestling team at 4-7-1. They dropped four dual meets by three points or less in an 0-5 start, yet still came back to finish a strong third in the county tournament.But the Wildecats enter this season without three valuable components of that team. Antoine Harris (125 pounds), who will not wrestle this season, transferred to Atholton. Chris Turner (130) moved to Virginia. And middleweight Joe Underhoffer moved to California.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,Theater Critic | April 28, 1993
I have a dog who's such a happy little fool that even when you reprimand her, she wags her tail in glee, delighted merely by the attention. That's also the mind-set of the protagonist of David Hirson's "La Bete," which is receiving its Baltimore premiere at AXIS Theatre.After being described as "a talentless, obnoxious pile of goo," Valere, the "beast" of the title, replies: "You've honored me tonight by finding fault!"This exasperating character -- exuberantly played by Richard Jackson -- is the most notable invention in Hirson's odd and fairly academic script.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | June 10, 1997
It didn't take long yesterday for The Sun Athletes of the Year to credit the backbone of their achievements: their parents.How much of an influence have they been?"
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By Tamara Ikenberg and Tamara Ikenberg,Sun Staff | August 6, 2000
The bleach only stung a little. The dryer made him break into a sweat. And he wasn't quite sure what he would see once the job was done. After getting a very small taste of the punishments many women undergo regularly in the name of good hair, newly blond Alex Beitel, 14, catches a glimpse of himself in the mirror, jumps slightly and proclaims: "Whoa!" The former brunet breaks into a huge smile and runs his hands through his spiky rock star-esque 'do. "I think it looks cool," he says.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | June 10, 1997
It didn't take long yesterday for The Sun Athletes of the Year to credit the backbone of their achievements: their parents.How much of an influence have they been?"
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | February 11, 1994
The Oakland Mills-Hammond battle for the top spot in the Howard County wrestling tournament for the past two years started the roots for a long-standing rivalry. But don't look for the hat trick.Just ask Oakland Mills coach Steve Carnahan about his chances of upsetting defending champion No. 5 Hammond this weekend at Atholton."We probably would need Tonya Harding's bodyguard," he said. "Of the past three years, they will come in stronger than before."The tournament is scheduled to begin today at 2 p.m. If the tournament is postponed today because of inclement weather, the entire varsity tournament will be tomorrow, starting tentatively at 8:30 a.m.If tomorrow and Saturday's matches are canceled, then the varsity tournament will be rescheduled for Monday and Tuesday afternoons.
SPORTS
By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | January 14, 1994
It's been too long for Todd DeCrispino to be picky about how the victories come.After losses to Wilde Lake in each of his first four seasons as Centennial wrestling coach, DeCrispino saw his Eagles manhandle the host Wildecats, 45-28, last night in a Howard County match.That Wilde Lake is thin in depth and experience didn't detract from the victory by a markedly improved Centennial squad, DeCrispino said."It's just like history; it goes through cycles," he said. "My cycle right now is we're climbing our peak.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,Theater Critic | April 28, 1993
I have a dog who's such a happy little fool that even when you reprimand her, she wags her tail in glee, delighted merely by the attention. That's also the mind-set of the protagonist of David Hirson's "La Bete," which is receiving its Baltimore premiere at AXIS Theatre.After being described as "a talentless, obnoxious pile of goo," Valere, the "beast" of the title, replies: "You've honored me tonight by finding fault!"This exasperating character -- exuberantly played by Richard Jackson -- is the most notable invention in Hirson's odd and fairly academic script.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,Theater Critic | March 24, 1993
C. P. Taylor's "Good" explores the shaky ground separatin complacency from complicity.In a note reprinted in the program for Fells Point Corner Theatre's grippingly harrowing production, the playwright -- a Scottish Jew who died in 1981 -- is quoted as saying that he grew up during World War II, fearful of ending up in a concentration camp in Scotland or England.Sound preposterous? If so, then there's no better time for a production of "Good."The structure of this neatly crafted work mirrors its theme -- an effect skillfully conveyed by director Barry Feinstein and his large, carefully choreographed cast.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,Theater Critic | March 24, 1993
C. P. Taylor's "Good" explores the shaky ground separatin complacency from complicity.In a note reprinted in the program for Fells Point Corner Theatre's grippingly harrowing production, the playwright -- a Scottish Jew who died in 1981 -- is quoted as saying that he grew up during World War II, fearful of ending up in a concentration camp in Scotland or England.Sound preposterous? If so, then there's no better time for a production of "Good."The structure of this neatly crafted work mirrors its theme -- an effect skillfully conveyed by director Barry Feinstein and his large, carefully choreographed cast.
NEWS
By Tamara Ikenberg and Tamara Ikenberg,Sun Staff | August 6, 2000
The bleach only stung a little. The dryer made him break into a sweat. And he wasn't quite sure what he would see once the job was done. After getting a very small taste of the punishments many women undergo regularly in the name of good hair, newly blond Alex Beitel, 14, catches a glimpse of himself in the mirror, jumps slightly and proclaims: "Whoa!" The former brunet breaks into a huge smile and runs his hands through his spiky rock star-esque 'do. "I think it looks cool," he says.
SPORTS
By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | February 12, 1993
Confronting an opponent he described as having "man strength" in his legs, Wilde Lake 160-pound wrestler Rob McGrain made a savvy move.McGrain's escape with 10 seconds left against Howard's Seth Eldridge gave him a 10-9 win in what proved to be the meet's most pivotal match. The victory pulled the Wildcats within eight points and put them within striking distance in a wild 35-28Howard County dual-meet victory at home.McGrain escaped before being taken down by Eldridge, who is at his best on the floor.
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