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July 10, 2007
ELIZABETH J. BORLAND, 85, formerly of Lutherville, MD, passed away on July 8, 2007 in Scottsdale, AZ. Liz is survived by her husband, Larry Borland, Sr. and her six children: Pat Pannullo of Orlando, FL, Linda Boland of Scottsdale, AZ, Larry Borland, Jr. of Baltimore, MD, Mike Borland of Berlin, MD, Sharon Nelson of Scottsdale, AZ and Jim Borland of Ellicott City, MD. A memorial service will be held in Baltimore on a date to be determined by the family....
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2012
The Orioles didn't end up with 20th-round draftee Ryan Ripken, son of Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr., but they have signed a player this year with a familiar name to Orioles fans: Right-handed hitting first baseman Cory Segui, the son of former Oriole David Segui and the grandson of former big league pitcher Diego Segui. Segui, 20, played last year at Scottsdale (Ariz.) Community College, but after a subpar season was not drafted. He was headed to Emporia State University in Kansas on a baseball scholarship, but wanted to play pro ball.
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NEWS
May 18, 2005
On Tuesday, May 17, 2005, HILDA COGAN (nee Gerber), beloved wife of the late Herman Leon Cogan; devoted mother of Barry Stuart Cogan of Short Hills, NJ and Carolyn Beverly Smith of Scottsdale, AZ; loving mother-in-law of Sandra Cogan and Leonard Smith; loving sister of Melvin Gerber and Kay Levenson, both of Deerfield Beach, FL and the late Sylvia Layton, Freida Edelson, Herman Gerber, Myra Bickman and Henry Gerber; loving grandmother of five and loving...
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | January 13, 2011
Brad Bergesen was in Baltimore this month to have his right shoulder looked at by the team's medical staff, but the visit was mostly for precautionary measures, according to both the starter and Orioles president of baseball operations Andy MacPhail . "It was more of a preventive-type thing," Bergesen said in a phone interview Wednesday night. "From what I dealt with last year, they wanted to see where I was at. They just wanted to check my strength and see how I was doing, and it's been great so far. Compared with last year, it's just leaps and bounds better than how I felt.
SPORTS
By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2012
The Orioles didn't end up with 20th-round draftee Ryan Ripken, son of Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr., but they have signed a player this year with a familiar name to Orioles fans: Right-handed hitting first baseman Cory Segui, the son of former Oriole David Segui and the grandson of former big league pitcher Diego Segui. Segui, 20, played last year at Scottsdale (Ariz.) Community College, but after a subpar season was not drafted. He was headed to Emporia State University in Kansas on a baseball scholarship, but wanted to play pro ball.
NEWS
By Peter Schmuck ZTC and Peter Schmuck ZTC,Sun Staff Writer | March 6, 1995
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The baseball labor negotiations fell apart yesterday, leaving little hope that the 1995 season can be spared the prospect of replacement games.Major League Baseball Players Association head Donald Fehr went home to New York after expressing disgust at ownership's latest proposal. Most of the ownership contingent headed for Palm Beach, Fla., where the owners will begin a three-day meeting tomorrow to work on expansion and discuss the deteriorating labor situation."There is no use staying here," said special mediator William J. Usery.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | January 13, 2011
Brad Bergesen was in Baltimore this month to have his right shoulder looked at by the team's medical staff, but the visit was mostly for precautionary measures, according to both the starter and Orioles president of baseball operations Andy MacPhail . "It was more of a preventive-type thing," Bergesen said in a phone interview Wednesday night. "From what I dealt with last year, they wanted to see where I was at. They just wanted to check my strength and see how I was doing, and it's been great so far. Compared with last year, it's just leaps and bounds better than how I felt.
TRAVEL
By Alan Solomon and Alan Solomon,Chicago Tribune | May 4, 2008
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- It's been a long time since cowboys parked their ponies on Main Street in what was once proudly marketed as the West's Most Western Town. Today's Scottsdale is two P.F. Chang's, two California Pizza Kitchens and two Merrill Lynch offices. It is art galleries and turquoise shops and boutiques and Beemer convertibles and monster shopping malls serving monster subdivisions hidden behind faux-adobe walls. Fortunately, though you may have to look carefully, Scottsdale is still desert and the mountains -- or at least a short drive from desert and mountains.
FEATURES
By Susanne Hopkins and Susanne Hopkins,LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS | January 7, 1996
It was serendipity.There I stood, chatting with Wally, the volunteer in the Scottsdale Historical Museum (also known as the Little Red Schoolhouse), when Patricia Seitters Meyers wandered in with an armload of books -- her books. On Scottsdale.Ms. Meyers, an arts and entertainment writer for the Arizona Republic, wrote what could be considered the definitive history (aptly called "Scottsdale -- Jewel in the Desert") of this long ribbon of a town that bumps up to Phoenix in the west, Mesa to the east, Tempe to the south and desert to the north.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Dick Adler and Dick Adler,Chicago Tribune | August 1, 2004
Heart of the Hunter By Deon Meyer, translated by K.L. Seegers. Little, Brown. 384 pages. $23.95. Like all good fiction, a well-written mystery or thriller can quickly transport us beyond the headlines or travel brochures and into the social fabric of another country. Deon Meyer -- a writer whose first two crime novels appeared only in his native Afrikaans -- gives us an exciting and oddly hopeful look into what feels, smells and sounds very much like life in today's South Africa. "Heart of the Hunter" is the dark, explosive side of Alexander McCall Smith's Botswana books (The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency, et al.)
TRAVEL
By Alan Solomon and Alan Solomon,Chicago Tribune | May 4, 2008
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- It's been a long time since cowboys parked their ponies on Main Street in what was once proudly marketed as the West's Most Western Town. Today's Scottsdale is two P.F. Chang's, two California Pizza Kitchens and two Merrill Lynch offices. It is art galleries and turquoise shops and boutiques and Beemer convertibles and monster shopping malls serving monster subdivisions hidden behind faux-adobe walls. Fortunately, though you may have to look carefully, Scottsdale is still desert and the mountains -- or at least a short drive from desert and mountains.
NEWS
July 10, 2007
ELIZABETH J. BORLAND, 85, formerly of Lutherville, MD, passed away on July 8, 2007 in Scottsdale, AZ. Liz is survived by her husband, Larry Borland, Sr. and her six children: Pat Pannullo of Orlando, FL, Linda Boland of Scottsdale, AZ, Larry Borland, Jr. of Baltimore, MD, Mike Borland of Berlin, MD, Sharon Nelson of Scottsdale, AZ and Jim Borland of Ellicott City, MD. A memorial service will be held in Baltimore on a date to be determined by the family....
NEWS
May 18, 2005
On Tuesday, May 17, 2005, HILDA COGAN (nee Gerber), beloved wife of the late Herman Leon Cogan; devoted mother of Barry Stuart Cogan of Short Hills, NJ and Carolyn Beverly Smith of Scottsdale, AZ; loving mother-in-law of Sandra Cogan and Leonard Smith; loving sister of Melvin Gerber and Kay Levenson, both of Deerfield Beach, FL and the late Sylvia Layton, Freida Edelson, Herman Gerber, Myra Bickman and Henry Gerber; loving grandmother of five and loving...
ENTERTAINMENT
By Dick Adler and Dick Adler,Chicago Tribune | August 1, 2004
Heart of the Hunter By Deon Meyer, translated by K.L. Seegers. Little, Brown. 384 pages. $23.95. Like all good fiction, a well-written mystery or thriller can quickly transport us beyond the headlines or travel brochures and into the social fabric of another country. Deon Meyer -- a writer whose first two crime novels appeared only in his native Afrikaans -- gives us an exciting and oddly hopeful look into what feels, smells and sounds very much like life in today's South Africa. "Heart of the Hunter" is the dark, explosive side of Alexander McCall Smith's Botswana books (The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency, et al.)
FEATURES
By Susanne Hopkins and Susanne Hopkins,LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS | January 7, 1996
It was serendipity.There I stood, chatting with Wally, the volunteer in the Scottsdale Historical Museum (also known as the Little Red Schoolhouse), when Patricia Seitters Meyers wandered in with an armload of books -- her books. On Scottsdale.Ms. Meyers, an arts and entertainment writer for the Arizona Republic, wrote what could be considered the definitive history (aptly called "Scottsdale -- Jewel in the Desert") of this long ribbon of a town that bumps up to Phoenix in the west, Mesa to the east, Tempe to the south and desert to the north.
NEWS
By Peter Schmuck ZTC and Peter Schmuck ZTC,Sun Staff Writer | March 6, 1995
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The baseball labor negotiations fell apart yesterday, leaving little hope that the 1995 season can be spared the prospect of replacement games.Major League Baseball Players Association head Donald Fehr went home to New York after expressing disgust at ownership's latest proposal. Most of the ownership contingent headed for Palm Beach, Fla., where the owners will begin a three-day meeting tomorrow to work on expansion and discuss the deteriorating labor situation."There is no use staying here," said special mediator William J. Usery.
SPORTS
March 27, 1992
New York Mets pitcher David Cone allegedly lured two women into the bullpen area of Shea Stadium in 1989 and masturbated in front of them, a lawsuit filed yesterday said.The suit, filed in state Supreme Court in Rockland County, N.Y., is an amendment to a suit filed by three Rockland women last year accusing Cone of harassment and slander.The women were identified in the suit as Phyllis DeLucia of West Nyack, Debra Hittelman of Spring Valley and Joan Twohie of Wesley Hills, all 28.The suit also alleged that later in the 1989 season Cone went to a hotel where two of the women were staying and jumped into bed with them.
NEWS
March 5, 2003
On March 2, 2002, LUTHER COX "DIL" DILATUSH, 92, of Scottsdale, AZ, passed away at his home. His "Darling" wife Louise, preceded him in death in 2001. He is survived by his most loving and devoted daughter, Gayle. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, March 8, 2003, at noon, at Christ Episcopal Church, 35500 N. Cave Creek Road (corner of Cave Creek & New River Roads), Carefree. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be directed to Desert Foothills Musicfest, Box 5254, Carefree, AZ, 85377.
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