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June 18, 1992
Anthony J. "Tony" Rubino, who formerly headed the U.S. Naval Academy's physical education department, died early yesterday at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center of injuries from an automobile collision on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.Mr. Rubino, 77, was westbound when his Cadillac was sideswiped by an Oldsmobile veering out of a lane temporarily designated for eastbound traffic. Mr. Rubino's car then collided head-on with a Honda.A longtime resident of Annapolis, he was a former chairman of the President's Council on Physical Fitness.
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April 12, 2009
On April 9, 2009, DIANE E. GARRITY (nee Cooke); devoted wife of James F. Garrity; beloved mother of Christina Peusch and Leonard Rubino; loving grandmother of Ryan Peusch, Kaitlyn Peusch, and Eric Rubino; sister of Phillip Cooke and his wife Darlene, and Lynn Strange and her husband Joe; sister-in-law of Robert Garrity and his wife Janet; preceded in death by her parents Cola (Jack) Cooke and Frances Cooke and her brother Thomas Cooke. She was a former President of the Ladies of the Towson Elks.
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By John Dorsey and John Dorsey,SUN ART CRITIC | December 22, 1998
Debra Rubino's etchings of birds' nests and stones at Galerie Francoise are so realistic and detailed, down to the tiniest twig or bit of leaf, that one could easily mistake them for photographs. And in fact, they come from photographs.To create the etching, Rubino photographs the object, makes a transparency of the photograph, exposes it to a plate into which the image is etched by means of light, then inks and prints the plate.The resulting images possess sensuous tonal richness, depth of texture and subtlety of gradation from object to shadow to background.
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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,Sun Reporter | January 13, 2007
There is a Ravens pennant on her porch and a Ravens doll on her front door. But what's in Rosemary Baldwin's heart? Baldwin is a former Colts cheerleader. For 13 years she rooted them on from the sidelines, in rain and snow and boot-sucking mud. At 66, she remembers the jumps, shouts and kicks that trumpeted Baltimore to NFL championships in 1958 and '59. Her faded Colts outfit lies, folded carefully, in a cedar chest in her home in Federal Hill. Hence her conflict this afternoon when the Ravens host Indianapolis in an AFC divisional playoff game.
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By Glenn McNatt and Glenn McNatt,SUN ART CRITIC | March 7, 2000
Goya Girl Press is a Baltimore gem that surely deserves wider recognition and appreciation. Started in 1996 by artist Martha Macks, the press' studio at Mill Centre in Hampden provides workshop space, equipment and the services of two master printers who collaborate with artists to create works in a variety of printmaking media, including etching, lithography, screen printing and monotype. The press also operates a gallery for works by local and nationally recognized artists and a publishing business that distributes prints by selected artists.
NEWS
October 20, 2004
On October 19, 2004, PAULA DAVIS MAYER, beloved wife of the late Nathan Mayer; beloved mother of Gail Rubino; beloved grandmother of Michele Rubino and Luisa Rubino; beloved sister of the late Rita Bergman and Lois Harris; beloved aunt of Trudy and Aaron Beard. Our dear loved one will surely be missed. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Alzheimer's Association.
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By Sarah Schaffer and Sarah Schaffer,SUN STAFF | August 28, 2003
Artist Cornel Rubino says that life and drawing, at their best, are a triumphant balance of intention and freedom. And in his newest creation at the Creative Alliance's gallery, he has strived for and achieved that paramount condition for both his existence and his art. Mobtown, a monumental charcoal and pencil drawing on display beginning Wednesday, is a massive and intense temporary work, drawn from Rubino's own sights and experiences in the city....
NEWS
April 12, 2009
On April 9, 2009, DIANE E. GARRITY (nee Cooke); devoted wife of James F. Garrity; beloved mother of Christina Peusch and Leonard Rubino; loving grandmother of Ryan Peusch, Kaitlyn Peusch, and Eric Rubino; sister of Phillip Cooke and his wife Darlene, and Lynn Strange and her husband Joe; sister-in-law of Robert Garrity and his wife Janet; preceded in death by her parents Cola (Jack) Cooke and Frances Cooke and her brother Thomas Cooke. She was a former President of the Ladies of the Towson Elks.
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By New York Times News Service | October 2, 1991
MIAMI -- The lawyer defending Gen. Manuel Antonio Noriega hammered away at the prosecution's star witness for the second consecutive day yesterday, accusing him of "shaking down" the cocaine-trafficking ring based in Medellin, Colombia, for $500,000 in bribes by "trading on the general's name."Chief defense counsel Frank Rubino also coaxed from Floyd Carlton Caceres, General Noriega's former personal pilot, an admission that the general "did not know the details" of four drug flights from Colombia to Panama that Mr. Carlton had previously testified to having flown.
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By Newsday | November 9, 1990
MIAMI -- A federal judge has ordered Cable News Network to stop broadcasting taped telephone conversations made from prison by ousted Panamanian leader Manuel Antonio Noriega, saying that the tapes may have damaged Noriega's right to a fair trial.But officials at CNN, calling the order unconstitutional, continued the coverage and network lawyers asked the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta for an emergency hearing today.Noriega's attorney, Frank Rubino, told U.S. District Court Judge William Hoeveler that the tapes broadcast by CNN include conversations between the deposed general and his lawyers.
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By Anica Butler and Anica Butler,sun reporter | December 19, 2006
After seeing three historic buildings destroyed or seriously damaged in a large blaze on Annapolis' Main Street just before the holidays last year, Joe Rubino decided to install sprinklers in his Main Street properties. He had been in talks with city officials, he said and had consulted engineers. But because it is a long, difficult and expensive process, there still were no sprinklers when a fire broke out early yesterday at 149 Main St., one of Rubino's buildings and home to the Chesapeake Trading Co. "Fire catches everyone's attention," he said, adding that he at last will be installing a sprinkler system as he repairs the fire-damaged structure.
NEWS
October 20, 2004
On October 19, 2004, PAULA DAVIS MAYER, beloved wife of the late Nathan Mayer; beloved mother of Gail Rubino; beloved grandmother of Michele Rubino and Luisa Rubino; beloved sister of the late Rita Bergman and Lois Harris; beloved aunt of Trudy and Aaron Beard. Our dear loved one will surely be missed. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Alzheimer's Association.
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By Sun Staff | August 28, 2003
Art Artist Cornel Rubino re-creates the essence of Baltimore in his work Mobtown: A Monumental Drawing by Cornel Rubino. It will be on display through Oct. 24 at the Creative Alliance. page 16. Music You might not know the name Leon Ware, but one listen to his seductive sounds will convince you that he knows what he's singing about. page 25. DVD The first musical since Oliver! to win best picture, Chicago now comes out on DVD and VHS. The DVD doesn't offer a wealth of extras, but the movie itself (starring Richard Gere and Catherine Zeta-Jones, above)
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By Sarah Schaffer and Sarah Schaffer,SUN STAFF | August 28, 2003
Artist Cornel Rubino says that life and drawing, at their best, are a triumphant balance of intention and freedom. And in his newest creation at the Creative Alliance's gallery, he has strived for and achieved that paramount condition for both his existence and his art. Mobtown, a monumental charcoal and pencil drawing on display beginning Wednesday, is a massive and intense temporary work, drawn from Rubino's own sights and experiences in the city....
NEWS
August 21, 2003
On August 19, 2003, NANCY ANTOINETTE SABOLD (nee Sampogna) of Arnold, MD; beloved wife of W. Carl Sabold; loving mother of Ashleigh Brooke Sabold; dear sister of Anna Marie Rubino and Helen (Tweedy) Shirley. Family and friends are invited to BARRRANCO AND SONS, P.A., SEVERANA PARK FUNERAL HOME, Ritchie Highway at Robinson Road on Friday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Marys Catholic Church, Annapolis, MD, 9 A.M. Saturday. Interment Hillcrest Memorial Park.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 5, 2003
BETHESDA - Marty West of Rockville produced five birdies on his way to winning the medal with a round of 32-36-68 yesterday in sectional qualifying for the U.S. Senior Amateur championship at Bethesda Country Club. West, a nine-time Maryland State Amateur champion from Columbia CC, was making his debut in the event, having become eligible last month when he turned 55. In June, he had qualified for the U.S. Senior Open, where the eligible age is 50. With five places available from among the 76 starters, Jamie Gough, Fairfax, Va., matched par with 35-35, despite bogeying his last two holes, Nos. 8-9. He was followed by Bob Morris, Great Falls, Va., 36-35-71; Jeffrey Weidig, Chevy Chase, 37-36-71; and Louis Rubino, Potomac, 34-38-72.
NEWS
August 21, 2003
On August 19, 2003, NANCY ANTOINETTE SABOLD (nee Sampogna) of Arnold, MD; beloved wife of W. Carl Sabold; loving mother of Ashleigh Brooke Sabold; dear sister of Anna Marie Rubino and Helen (Tweedy) Shirley. Family and friends are invited to BARRRANCO AND SONS, P.A., SEVERANA PARK FUNERAL HOME, Ritchie Highway at Robinson Road on Friday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Marys Catholic Church, Annapolis, MD, 9 A.M. Saturday. Interment Hillcrest Memorial Park.
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By Jeremy Licht and Jeremy Licht,SUN STAFF | June 26, 2003
If the 2003 golf season could be compared to a single round, Monday would have been that perfectly struck, where-have-you-been-all-my-life approach shot that brims with the promise of better days ahead. After months of weather filled with whiffs, shanks and duck-hooks, Mother Nature owed area golfers at least that. "Today was beautiful," said Tom McCann after playing in a corporate outing at Hunt Valley Golf Club on Monday. "I would like to see it like this from now until after Labor Day."
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By Kimberly A.C. Wilson and Kimberly A.C. Wilson,SUN STAFF | January 26, 2003
Cornel Rubino's latest paintings hang on the walls of a gallery in New Orleans' Warehouse District. His commercial illustrations reinterpret 30,000-year-old cave drawings on bottles of Cote du Rhone. For 20 years, he called Atlanta home. Now he is your neighbor. Rubino, 50, and his textile colorist wife, Linda Gravina Ridings, 49, moved to Baltimore's Charles Village in August, taking on their first mortgage and quickly ferreting out authentic Italian grocers. "It's a mix of the funk and the beauty that really draws us here," Rubino said, gazing out a window of his gracious Maryland Avenue rowhouse.
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