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July 8, 2007
Lenny Rudow has done it again. Boating magazine's "Ultimate Angler" and senior technical editor for a decade has a new "how-to" volume on the bookshelves. Rudow's Guide to Rockfish ($19.95, 208 pages) covers not only the Chesapeake Bay he calls home but also fishing hot spots along the Mid-Atlantic coast. And not just with words. The softcover volume has 40 illustrations and maps to guide rookies and veterans to fishing success. Skip the stuff you know; absorb the stuff you don't. Rudow says that after reading the book, "you'll catch more stripers, period."
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July 8, 2007
Lenny Rudow has done it again. Boating magazine's "Ultimate Angler" and senior technical editor for a decade has a new "how-to" volume on the bookshelves. Rudow's Guide to Rockfish ($19.95, 208 pages) covers not only the Chesapeake Bay he calls home but also fishing hot spots along the Mid-Atlantic coast. And not just with words. The softcover volume has 40 illustrations and maps to guide rookies and veterans to fishing success. Skip the stuff you know; absorb the stuff you don't. Rudow says that after reading the book, "you'll catch more stripers, period."
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BUSINESS
By Robert Nusgart and Robert Nusgart,SUN STAFF | March 25, 1998
A foreclosure auction of the Summerwoods townhouse development in Owings Mills was canceled yesterday after a group of unsecured contractors and suppliers filed two involuntary bankruptcy petitions in federal bankruptcy court against Manor Builders Inc. and Summerwoods One LLC, the owners of the project.It was a strategic move by 18 contractors and suppliers to stop the auction of the partially completed 64-unit development, according to lead attorney William M. Rudow, who represents Number One Supply Corp.
BUSINESS
By Robert Nusgart and Robert Nusgart,SUN STAFF | March 25, 1998
A foreclosure auction of the Summerwoods townhouse development in Owings Mills was canceled yesterday after a group of unsecured contractors and suppliers filed two involuntary bankruptcy petitions in federal bankruptcy court against Manor Builders Inc. and Summerwoods One LLC, the owners of the project.It was a strategic move by 18 contractors and suppliers to stop the auction of the partially completed 64-unit development, according to lead attorney William M. Rudow, who represents Number One Supply Corp.
FEATURES
By Eric Siegel * | May 29, 1991
Res MusicAmerica, a principal local presenter of contemporary music during the last 11 years, will not present a concert series next season because of cutbacks in private and government funding for the arts.The organization, which had an annual budget of about $40,000, found it "extremely difficult" to get corporate funding in the current recession, administrator Nancy Hoffman said yesterday. At the same time, Ms. Hoffman said, foundation and government support was declining. She cited a recent grant from the National Endowment for the Arts of $6,200, down from $10,000 the year before.
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By Ernest F. Imhoff | May 29, 1991
Res Music America, an innovative local music group devoted for 11 years to playing contemporary American music in Maryland places as diverse as a car dealership and the Baltimore Museum of Art, will have no season next year, a victim of the recession."
NEWS
By Patrick Gilbert and Patrick Gilbert,Evening Sun Staff | April 18, 1991
The head of a taxpayers' group says the organization will press for a 10-cent reduction in Baltimore's property tax rate, the highest in the state."Even acknowledging this is a tight budget, we are still going to press for a 10-cent reduction in the tax rate," David B. Rudow, president of the Baltimore City Homeowner's Coalition For Fair Property Taxes Inc., said yesterday.The coalition includes about 200 community and business groups.Rudow said the city can achieve the reduction by scaling back or eliminating altogether non-essential services and paring the work force even more.
SPORTS
By Candus Thomson Candus Thomson CANDUS THOMSON and Candus Thomson Candus Thomson CANDUS THOMSON,SUN REPORTER | September 17, 2006
Lenny Rudow's book, Fishing the Mid Atlantic, will never be mistaken for the lyrical writings of Hemingway or McGuane or Gierach, but that's not why you crack open this softcover volume. Rudow is the guy you turn to if you want to outwit fish and improve your odds on the water. From North Carolina to New York, from wreck fishing to inshore chumming, from tautog to tuna, this longtime Maryland angler tells you what he knows about more than 300 fishing hot spots. The senior technical editor and fishing editor for Boating Magazine for a decade cuts to the chase on each species and location-even including GPS coordinates for many of them.
BUSINESS
July 1, 2003
New Positions Comcast names Williams Md., Del. engineering chief Comcast Cable appointed Tom Williams director of engineering and technology for its Maryland/Delaware region. He will supervise engineering operations and new technology. Williams is a member of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers and serves on advisory boards at University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and Howard Community College. Legal Bortz joins law firm of Adelberg, Rudow Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf & Hendler admitted Laurie R. Bortz to the Baltimore law firm as an "of counsel" specializing in litigation.
NEWS
March 3, 2003
On Saturday, March 1, 2003, SYLVIA REAMER (nee Rudow); loving wife of the late William Reamer; loving and devoted mother of Sonia R. Yaffe, of Baltimore, MD; devoted mother-in-law of Stanley J. Yaffe; beloved sister of the late Ethel Berg, Gertrude Tenberg, Sarah Goldberg, Henry Rudow and Lillian Mutchnik; loving grandmother of Dr. Bruce and Karen Yaffe, Richard and Eileen Yaffe, Nancy and Buz Hiken, Wayne and Linda Yaffe. Also survived by ten loving great-grandchildren. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS HOME, 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mount Wilson Lane, on Sunday, March 2, at 12 noon.
FEATURES
By Eric Siegel * | May 29, 1991
Res MusicAmerica, a principal local presenter of contemporary music during the last 11 years, will not present a concert series next season because of cutbacks in private and government funding for the arts.The organization, which had an annual budget of about $40,000, found it "extremely difficult" to get corporate funding in the current recession, administrator Nancy Hoffman said yesterday. At the same time, Ms. Hoffman said, foundation and government support was declining. She cited a recent grant from the National Endowment for the Arts of $6,200, down from $10,000 the year before.
FEATURES
By Ernest F. Imhoff | May 29, 1991
Res Music America, an innovative local music group devoted for 11 years to playing contemporary American music in Maryland places as diverse as a car dealership and the Baltimore Museum of Art, will have no season next year, a victim of the recession."
NEWS
By Patrick Gilbert and Patrick Gilbert,Evening Sun Staff | April 18, 1991
The head of a taxpayers' group says the organization will press for a 10-cent reduction in Baltimore's property tax rate, the highest in the state."Even acknowledging this is a tight budget, we are still going to press for a 10-cent reduction in the tax rate," David B. Rudow, president of the Baltimore City Homeowner's Coalition For Fair Property Taxes Inc., said yesterday.The coalition includes about 200 community and business groups.Rudow said the city can achieve the reduction by scaling back or eliminating altogether non-essential services and paring the work force even more.
NEWS
December 12, 2005
On December 10, 2005, LEONARD; beloved husband of Janice Gold (nee Rudow); beloved father of Edward S. Gold, of Washington, DC, Arthur C. Gold, of Columbia, SC and Amy L. Gold, of VA; loving father-in-law of Amy Robinson and Margaret R. Gold; beloved brother of Arnold Gold, of Baltimore, MD; beloved brother-in-law of David R. and Vivian A. Rudow and the late Adele Gold; loving grandfather of David M., Sarah J., and Robinson Gold; beloved friend of Alvin...
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April 29, 2004
On April 24, 2004, JUNE EVERS OSSMAN of Brighton Gardens, Towson, Maryland, beloved wife of the late Alfred George Ossman, Jr., M.D. and beloved mother of Carol Denise Ossman, Gay Lynne Rudow and A. George Ossman, III; mother-in-law of Scott Rudow and Barbara Ossman; dear grandmother of Benjamin, Heather, George Michael and Andy. A Memorial Service will be held in the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc., 6500 York Road, (at Overbrook) on Friday, April 30, at 1:00 PM. Interment private.
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