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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 12, 2013
James R. "Rudy" Ray Sr., an automobile salesman whose personality and salesmanship made him a fixture at Park Circle Motor Co. in Northwest Baltimore for nearly two decades, died Tuesday at the Envoy Nursing Home in Pikesville. The Woodmoor resident was 79. The son of a Henry A. Frick Coal Co. miner and a homemaker, James Rudolph Ray Sr. was born and raised in Algoma, W.Va. He was a 1952 graduate of Park Central High School in Bluefield, W.Va., and earned a bachelor's degree in social studies in 1956 from Bluefield State Teachers College.
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SPORTS
Sports Digest | September 14, 2014
Men's basketball Gay says broken jaw came on 'dirty play' Team USA forward Rudy Gay (Archbishop Spalding) told USA Today on Saturday that the broken jaw he suffered in Thursday's win over Lithuania in the FIBA World Cup in Spain came on a "dirty play. " He is expected to play today when the U.S. squad faces Serbia in the gold-medal game. "I've got a fracture in my jaw, a broken tooth and am going to probably need a root canal," Gay said. "The top is where I got hit. It's painful.
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NEWS
April 7, 2006
On April 5, 2006, EMORY E. RUDY; beloved husband of Harriett H. Rudy (nee Hoy); devoted father of Glenn B. May III, and Todd C. May and his wife Michele; beloved son of Margaret P. Rudy and the late Emory Emanuel Rudy; dear grandfather of Dulaney Hope May. Also survived by many loving family members. Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26A), Friday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. where a Funeral Service will be held Saturday at 9 A.M. Interment Boonsboro Cemetery, Boonsboro, MD. The family suggests Memorial Contributions in his name to Stella Maris Hospice, 2300 Dulaney Valley Road, Timonium, MD 21093.
ENTERTAINMENT
Amy Watts and For The Baltimore Sun | July 31, 2014
Tonight's going to be BRUTAL, with four dancers eliminated so we can get down to a Top 10 for next week. The top 14 do a group dance with a lot of white clothes. Ricky gets featured A LOT, in case you're wondering who this season's darling is. Jacque, though, gets a tremendous leap that elicits a "Whoa" from the audience and my mom. The contestants are introduced in pairs, based on who they danced with last week -- the notable exception being Jessica & Casey, newly paired after their former partners were eliminated last week: Valerie Rockey & Ricky Ubeda Bridget Whitman & Emilio Dosal Tanisha Belnap & Rudy Abreu Carly Blaney & Serge Onik Emily James & Teddy Coffey Jacque LaWarne & Zack Everhart Jessica Richens & Casey Askew Stacey Tookey choreographed the opening number.
NEWS
November 20, 2003
On November 17, 2003, RUDY; beloved husband of Agnes and devoted father of three daughters and three sons. Visitation at Calvin B. Scruggs Funeral Home, 1412 E. Preston St., on Thursday, from 1 to 7 P.M. Family will receive friends on Friday at Memorial Baptist Church, Caroline and Preston Streets, from 10 to 10:30 A.M., at which time funeral service will begin. Interment Arbutus Memorial Park.
NEWS
September 6, 2005
On Sunday, September 4, 2005 RICHARD J. RUDY; beloved husband of Pauline Rudy (Nee Justice); devoted father of Nathaniel Richard Rudy of ME; loving grandfather of August Rudy of Maine; brother of Sally Hines of PA; 2 half sisters, Edith Rudy of MI, and Eleanor Gongaware of FL. Friends may call at Loring Byers Funeral Directors, Inc., 8728 Liberty Road (2 miles west of beltway exit 18B), Wednesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM. Additional visitation Gaut-Bacha Funeral Home, 2072 Route 130, Pleasant Unity PA, 15676.
NEWS
By KATHLEEN PARKER | October 4, 2007
WASHINGTON -- Most experienced adults acknowledge at some point in their lives that love is a form of temporary insanity. If only Rudolph W. Giuliani would admit as much. Then we might shed a sliver of light on his profoundly odd habit of taking cell phone calls from his wife, Judith, while in the midst of a speech. Love at least has clouded his judgment. Rudy 'n' Judi have been making public woo since they first locked gazes in a New York cigar bar. We know from the Mrs. that Mr. Giuliani is a "really high-testosterone guy," and nobody doubted it for a minute.
NEWS
By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 26, 2006
At first, Russell Harrell didn't get the joke. He was playing on the Joppatowne junior varsity football team a few years ago when an assistant coach dubbed him "Rudy," which perplexed Harrell. "Who is Rudy?" Harrell asked. The coach then explained that Harrell reminded him of the main character in the movie Rudy, the true story of Daniel E. "Rudy" Ruettiger, who didn't have the greatest amount of talent but worked his way up to the Notre Dame varsity squad and eventually dressed for the last home game of his senior year.
FEATURES
By Peter Jensen and Peter Jensen,Sun Staff | December 20, 1998
The celebration began with the blast of a tin horn.It was silly, really. But Rudy Walter loved the theater of it. He blew the horn to alert St. Nicholas to scamper back up the chimney.With equal relish, he would pull back the curtain - sheets stretched across a clothesline - to reveal the bounty St. Nick had left behind: Brightly wrapped presents, stockings stuffed with candy, nuts and other goodies.The family basked in the glow of the candles that lighted the impossibly huge Christmas tree in the corner of the tiny West Baltimore home.
NEWS
By Arthur Hirsch and Arthur Hirsch,SUN STAFF | April 10, 2002
At the height of the Friday dinner frenzy in the kitchen of Rudys' 2900 in Finksburg, the chef's softly German-accented voice rises above the clatter, calling attention to the rockfish with corn relish and red-pepper beurre blanc. If more than one order goes to the same table, he says, make sure the cuts are the same, either both center, belly or tail, for consistent plate appearance. There are other such exchanges. There's a chat between the chef and a young cook about rice pilaf: when to stir and when not. An exchange between the chef and another young cook about the precise plate placement of the two egg-shaped scoops of mousse -- one dark chocolate, one white chocolate -- in relation to the berry-cluster garnish and the vanilla-sauce puddle.
NEWS
By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2013
On Wednesday, Comptroller Joan M. Pratt publicly questioned the frequent travel of the head of Baltimore's water system as she and others raised concerns that Rudy Chow is needed here to focus on issues of crumbling infrastructure and erroneous bills. The Sun requested documents to determine just how much Chow had traveled in the past year, and determined that he had spent 35 days attending conferences, many of them out of state. Chow has been reimbursed about $8,500 for travel expenses, records show.
NEWS
By Luke Broadwater and Yvonne Wenger, The Baltimore Sun | September 4, 2013
The head of Baltimore's water system spent 35 days attending conferences in the past year, many of them out of state, records show. The travel has raised concerns among some city officials, who say Water and Wastewater chief Rudy Chow is needed here to focus on issues of crumbling infrastructure and erroneous bills. Chow on Wednesday defended his attendance at 11 conferences, including eight out-of-state trips, as positive for the city. He said he learns from other jurisdictions and often holds up Baltimore's recent progress as a model for other cities.
EXPLORE
By Donna Ellis | August 19, 2013
Columbia Gateway seems a well-conceived venue for a variety of area businesses. Whatever the purpose, though, the troops need to be fed. So that busy area features a number of eateries that draw local workers and area diners as well. One such facility is an “all-American” strip center boasting three restaurants that cater to those with other than all-American palates. There's Indian. There's Japanese. And in between the two is Rudy's Mediterranean Grill (and Diner), which provides a compendium of culinary approaches at breakfast and lunch, then focuses on Turkish at dinner.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 12, 2013
James R. "Rudy" Ray Sr., an automobile salesman whose personality and salesmanship made him a fixture at Park Circle Motor Co. in Northwest Baltimore for nearly two decades, died Tuesday at the Envoy Nursing Home in Pikesville. The Woodmoor resident was 79. The son of a Henry A. Frick Coal Co. miner and a homemaker, James Rudolph Ray Sr. was born and raised in Algoma, W.Va. He was a 1952 graduate of Park Central High School in Bluefield, W.Va., and earned a bachelor's degree in social studies in 1956 from Bluefield State Teachers College.
SPORTS
By Childs Walker and The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2012
Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger, the Notre Dame football walk-on immortalized in the 1993 film "Rudy," threw out the first pitch before Thursday afternoon's Orioles series finisher against Tampa Bay. Ruettiger's nephew John Ruettiger is an outfielder in the Orioles' minor league system. He batted .280 and stole 28 bases at three stops this season. The runt-sized Rudy Ruettiger recorded a sack on the final play of the final home game of his senior year in 1975.
SPORTS
By Steven Petrella and The Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2012
With just 26 days remaining before the United States men's basketball team tips off in London against France, the roster is finally starting to take shape. Chairman Jerry Colangelo told Chris Tomasson of Fox Sports that nine players will be held over from previous Olympic and World Championship teams. Carmelo Anthony, Kobe Bryant, Tyson Chandler, Kevin Durant, Lebron James, Kevin Love, Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook and Deron Williams will all be guaranteed a spot on the 2012 Olympic roster.
SPORTS
By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | September 6, 1999
When outrider William J. Rudolph, known to everyone as Rudy, met with the woman at Social Security, she looked at him in amazement."You sure this is right?" she said. "We don't get people in here who've kept the same job for 33 years."Rudolph shrugged."I just thought that's what you did," he said.That was, after all, what he did: work 33 years at Maryland thoroughbred tracks as an outrider, chasing down loose horses in the morning and leading post parades in the afternoon.But on this Labor Day at Timonium, after a career that endeared him to nearly everyone, Rudolph will retire -- quietly, he hopes, without fanfare, because in his mind, he has done nothing spectacular.
NEWS
By Donna R. Engle and Donna R. Engle,SUN STAFF | September 21, 1997
W. Dana Rudy spent his adult life in Westminster and Baltimore. But he never forgot his small hometown church, St. James' Episcopal Church in Mount Airy.In his will, the retired state motor vehicles administrator left more than $600,000 to the Main Street parish -- four times the 125-member church's annual budget.When the estate's trustee called the Rev. Robert D. Herzog to tell him about the bequest, the startled rector had to call him back and ask the trustee to repeat the message."We have started to realize the enormity of the impact it's going to have," Herzog said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Kit Waskom Pollard, Special to the Baltimore Sun | April 3, 2012
Rudy's Mediterranean Grill & Diner has a pretty descriptive name, suggesting a menu filled with typical diner fare — omelets, sandwiches, a few Greek specialties. But with roots planted on the Turkish side of the Mediterranean, Rudy's adds a new twist to traditional fare. Owner Rudy Keskin moved to the U.S. in 1998, leaving his native Istanbul, where he spent summers working in family restaurants — he calls his hometown, "the most interesting city in the world. " At Rudy's, Keskin shares his passion for Istanbul via well-executed traditional Turkish recipes (Keskin himself isn't behind the stove, though his chef is also a Turkish native)
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