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February 3, 2005
On Tuesday, February 1, 2005, DR. RAYNARD RUSKIN; loving husband of the late Dr. Bernice Heyman Ruskin and the late Dr. Frieda Rudo Ruskin; beloved father of Dr. Paul E. Ruskin and the late Karen "Kay" Ruskin; devoted father-in-law of Rabbi Gila Colman Ruskin; beloved brother of the late Letty Gordon; devoted brother in-law of Dr. Bernard Gordon; loving grandfather of Samuel Ruskin, Shoshana Ruskin, Jennifer Mara Ruskin and Avital Ruskin; loving companion...
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January 17, 2007
On January 14, 2007, KIM M. RUSKIN, beloved wife of Ralph Ruskin Jr.; loving mother of Kenna and Alfonso. She is also survived by three grandchildren, one brother, three sisters and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the family owned Howell Funeral Home, 4600 Liberty Heights Avenue, on Wednesday from 3 to 7 p.m. Homegoing Service will be held Thursday at the Higher Dimensions Christian Center at the Palladium, 2900 Liberty Heights Avenue. Family Hour will be held from 10:30 to 11 a.m. Services immediately following.
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April 27, 2004
On April 24, 2004, in Albuquerque, KAREN ABRA RUSKIN; beloved daughter of Dr. Raynard F. Ruskin, of Baltimore, MD and the late Bernice Ruskin (nee Heyman); beloved mother of Jennifer Mara Ruskin, of Chicago, IL; devoted sister of Dr. Paul Ruskin, of Baltimore; beloved sister-in-law of Rabbi Gila Ruskin; devoted aunt of Samuel, Shoshana and Avital Ruskin; loving companion of Dennis French. Contributions in her memory may be directed to the charity of your choice. In mourning at 5700 Ridgedale Road (21209)
NEWS
February 3, 2005
On Tuesday, February 1, 2005, DR. RAYNARD RUSKIN; loving husband of the late Dr. Bernice Heyman Ruskin and the late Dr. Frieda Rudo Ruskin; beloved father of Dr. Paul E. Ruskin and the late Karen "Kay" Ruskin; devoted father-in-law of Rabbi Gila Colman Ruskin; beloved brother of the late Letty Gordon; devoted brother in-law of Dr. Bernard Gordon; loving grandfather of Samuel Ruskin, Shoshana Ruskin, Jennifer Mara Ruskin and Avital Ruskin; loving companion...
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | January 23, 1996
Dr. Frieda Rudo Ruskin, a retired University of Maryland professor of pharmacology, died Jan. 16 of a brain tumor at her home in Mount Washington. She was 72.Dr. Ruskin was known worldwide for her contributing research that led to the creation and development of Ethrane and Forane, the two most widely used inhalation anesthetics.She retired in 1993 from the Department of Pharmacology at UM's Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. In 1967, she became the second woman to be promoted to full professor at the school.
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By Robert Hilson Jr. and Robert Hilson Jr.,Evening Sun Staff | November 30, 1990
Barry Ruskin, a longshoreman for three years, nearly smiled early this morning when he learned that dockworkers had reached a tentative agreement with the management of the Port of Baltimore.When told at the dispatch center of the International Longshoremen's Association today that post-midnight bargaining sessions had produced a contract for ILA members to vote on Monday for ratification, Ruskin remained composed."The happiness is being saved for when the word 'tentative' comes out of all of the contract talk.
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By Joan Kelly Bernard and Joan Kelly Bernard,Newsday | July 3, 1995
A colleague recently recalled seeing a note some years ago on a company bulletin board: "For sale: Size 9 wedding dress. Brand new. Never used."Maybe Ivana Trump and Julia Roberts can afford to stash an extra wedding dress or two in their closets after close calls at the altar, but for us everyday folk, calling off a wedding at the last minute is trouble of a major order. And the price of a dress, let alone a small fortune for the wedding, may be the least of it. The big question, whether you go through with the wedding or not, is are you about to make the mistake of a lifetime?
NEWS
December 24, 1992
FROM "Building Community: The Arts and Baltimor Together," a report to the Baltimore Community Foundation by Ernest L. Boyer:"For the most intimate, most intense, and most deeply moving experiences, humans needed other subtle, sensitive symbols. So is that people of all ages and cultures have, throughout the years, used music and dance and all the visual arts to express their most deeply rooted insights and emotions."Critic John Ruskin put it this way: 'Great nations write their autobiographies in three manuscripts, the book of their deeds, the book of their words, and the book of their art. Not one of these books,' Ruskin said, 'can be understood unless we read the other two. But of the three, the only trustworthy one is the last.
NEWS
September 22, 1994
The gentleness of this past month is something that Marylanders, particularly those in Central Maryland, can cherish and preserve as a precious memory of what Nature could bring to August-September hereabouts if only she would try.Instead of the stifling insufferable heat and humidity that typically enshrouds this area, the sere yellow scorched lawns and the threat of an electrical brownout from air conditioner overload, the passage from summer to fall...
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | May 11, 2007
The breakdancing film Inside the Circle, a favorite at the recent Maryland Film Festival, currently lacks distribution. But as a movie it dances rings around The Hip Hop Project, which also premiered at the festival but opens nationally today. The Hip Hop Project tells the story of an educational program that began as part of the New York-based Art Start and culminated in the iTunes release of the soundtrack this week. The director of The Hip Hop Project, Matt Ruskin, faced a multitiered challenge.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | January 23, 1996
Dr. Frieda Rudo Ruskin, a retired University of Maryland professor of pharmacology, died Jan. 16 of a brain tumor at her home in Mount Washington. She was 72.Dr. Ruskin was known worldwide for her contributing research that led to the creation and development of Ethrane and Forane, the two most widely used inhalation anesthetics.She retired in 1993 from the Department of Pharmacology at UM's Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. In 1967, she became the second woman to be promoted to full professor at the school.
FEATURES
By Joan Kelly Bernard and Joan Kelly Bernard,Newsday | July 3, 1995
A colleague recently recalled seeing a note some years ago on a company bulletin board: "For sale: Size 9 wedding dress. Brand new. Never used."Maybe Ivana Trump and Julia Roberts can afford to stash an extra wedding dress or two in their closets after close calls at the altar, but for us everyday folk, calling off a wedding at the last minute is trouble of a major order. And the price of a dress, let alone a small fortune for the wedding, may be the least of it. The big question, whether you go through with the wedding or not, is are you about to make the mistake of a lifetime?
NEWS
September 22, 1994
The gentleness of this past month is something that Marylanders, particularly those in Central Maryland, can cherish and preserve as a precious memory of what Nature could bring to August-September hereabouts if only she would try.Instead of the stifling insufferable heat and humidity that typically enshrouds this area, the sere yellow scorched lawns and the threat of an electrical brownout from air conditioner overload, the passage from summer to fall...
NEWS
December 24, 1992
FROM "Building Community: The Arts and Baltimor Together," a report to the Baltimore Community Foundation by Ernest L. Boyer:"For the most intimate, most intense, and most deeply moving experiences, humans needed other subtle, sensitive symbols. So is that people of all ages and cultures have, throughout the years, used music and dance and all the visual arts to express their most deeply rooted insights and emotions."Critic John Ruskin put it this way: 'Great nations write their autobiographies in three manuscripts, the book of their deeds, the book of their words, and the book of their art. Not one of these books,' Ruskin said, 'can be understood unless we read the other two. But of the three, the only trustworthy one is the last.
NEWS
By Robert Hilson Jr. and Robert Hilson Jr.,Evening Sun Staff | November 30, 1990
Barry Ruskin, a longshoreman for three years, nearly smiled early this morning when he learned that dockworkers had reached a tentative agreement with the management of the Port of Baltimore.When told at the dispatch center of the International Longshoremen's Association today that post-midnight bargaining sessions had produced a contract for ILA members to vote on Monday for ratification, Ruskin remained composed."The happiness is being saved for when the word 'tentative' comes out of all of the contract talk.
NEWS
By MATTHEW HAY BROWN and MATTHEW HAY BROWN,SUN REPORTER | February 25, 2006
The Hebrew words echoed through the halls of the Catholic school. Inside a classroom decorated with a crucifix, a rabbi led the African-American students in song. Rabbi Gila Ruskin had lit the Sabbath candles, recited a blessing over her young charges and passed around a basket of animal crackers. Now, strumming the guitar, she sang: "Shabbat Shalom" - Sabbath Peace. Justine Jones double-clapped on the beat. Styinyard Blue stomped his feet. For juniors at St. Frances Academy, virtually all of them Baptist, Catholic or some other stripe of Christian, the weekly celebration of the Jewish Sabbath is a highlight of religious studies class.
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