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By Mary Corey | February 10, 1991
Carole Sibel breezes into the room on a rainy morning, full of apologies. She knows she's late. But what a time she's had. Her car sputtered down Park Heights Avenue and nearly ran out of gas. Then, she had to schlep around looking for a full-service station. (With all the hassles -- the cap, the nozzle, the hose -- who wants to pump their own?)But everything's fine now. The day -- gas or no gas, rain or shine, late or on time -- is going to be fabulous.Clutching a stack of folders, a legal pad and her date book, she --es into her first meeting, a planning session for a Baltimore convention of the Council of Jewish Federations.
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By SLOANE BROWN | September 7, 2008
What do you get when you combine lawyers and artists? No. 1: You get Maryland Lawyers for the Arts, a nonprofit organization that provides pro bono legal services to low-income artists. And No. 2: You get a pretty good party, the Third Annual Jazz Night. A couple hundred lawyers, artists and friends mingled in the artistic setting of the Clipper Mill pool. A jazz band played in one corner, a dinner buffet was set up in another and bars were scattered throughout. It wasn't tough to pick out many of the attorneys.
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February 11, 2006
On February 9, 2006, CAROLYNCHAIMSON (nee Bloomenthal) beloved wife of the late Percy M. Chaimson, beloved mother of Carole Sibel, devoted mother-in-law of Hanan Sibel, devoted sister of the late Ernest Bloomenthal, loving grandmother of Steven and Joy Sibel, Todd and Amy Sibel, Cara and Jay Cohen, loving great-grandmother of Lauren, Hannah, Sophie, Jack, Lilly, Caroline and Teddy. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS. INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Friday, February 10 private at the convenience of the family.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 11, 2006
FRIDAY I really can see Friday as "a perfect day" at the Maryland Film Festival. That's partly because John Waters has chosen as his annual selection (tomorrow night at 8) a movie that could stand on its own as far-out entertainment even without Waters' witty and provocative introduction. The love that heals and the love that kills are one and the same in this hard-edged yet exhilarating picture, Head-On, Fatih Akin's dead-end-kid romance for live-wire adults. Set mostly among Turkish immigrants in Hamburg, the movie mingles a punk-rock sensibility with a ravenous appetite for color and sensation.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | March 25, 2005
The love that heals and the love that kills are one and the same in the exhilarating Head-On, Fatih Akin's overgrown dead-end-kid romance for live-wire adults. Set mostly among Turkish immigrants in Hamburg, the movie mingles a punk-rock sensibility with a ravenous appetite for color and sensation. Cahit (Birol Unel), pushing 40 and grieving for his dead artist wife, has totaled his car in what is either a suicide attempt or an absurdist statement. Meanwhile, a stranger, Sibel (Sibel Kekilli)
BUSINESS
By Edward Gunts | July 17, 1991
The chairman of Chaimson Brokerage Co. Inc., a food brokerage active in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia, has put the company's Charles Street headquarters up for sale in preparation for a planned move to Howard County.Manekin Corp. has listed the buildings at 2519 to 2521 N. Charles St., which contain about 34,300 square feet of space, for sale for $2.25 million. Chaimson Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Hanan Sibel last week disclosed plans to move the company and its 140 employees by Nov. 1 from Charles Street to a 40,000-square-foot facility at 6822 Oak Hall Lane in Columbia.
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By Sylvia H. Badger and Sylvia H. Badger,Staff Writer | June 21, 1992
This year's Zoomerang was "For the Birds!" -- exotic African birds, to be exact, such as the saddle-billed stork, red-necked ostrich and the pink-backed pelican, all of which will inhabit the zoo's newest exhibit, the African Watering Hole. Carole Sibel chaired another successful fund-raiser, which attracted 2,200 guests and raised more than $200,000.
BUSINESS
January 22, 2001
Baltimore Jan. 27-Feb. 2 American Bus Association Convention. Baltimore Convention Center, Howard and Pratt streets. Estimated attendance: 3,000. Contact: Lynn Brewer, 202- 842-1645 Jan. 27-Feb. 4 Chesapeake Bay Boat Show. Baltimore Convention Center. Estimated attendance: 20,000. Contact: Daniel Rae, 212-922-1212 Feb. 4-7 Sibel Systems - eBusiness World meeting. Baltimore Convention Center Estimated attendance: 2,000. Contact: Jim Daluisio, 310-965-4342
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | March 30, 2000
This year, Carole Sibel and Susan Levinson are celebrating April Fools Day as co-chairs of this year's LifeBridge Health gala, a black-tie event benefiting the health system's cancer programs. The cause is no joke, but it will be a great time. Gladys Knight performs at the sold-out event, "The Magic of Life," on Saturday at the Towson Center Arena. Baltimore County residents Sibel and Levinson -- they even sound like a team -- complement one another in their many volunteer efforts and in their dress.
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By David Nitkin and David Nitkin,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2001
In a vivid display of the influence of Baltimore County Executive C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger, the County Council approved last night without debate a $19 million transaction that involves the son of the executive's campaign finance chairman. The council voted 7-0 to lease and then purchase the former Caldor building at 6401 York Road for office space for state and county employees. Last week, after questions were raised by The Sun and a county councilman, officials released a complete list of partners in the project.
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February 11, 2006
On February 9, 2006, CAROLYNCHAIMSON (nee Bloomenthal) beloved wife of the late Percy M. Chaimson, beloved mother of Carole Sibel, devoted mother-in-law of Hanan Sibel, devoted sister of the late Ernest Bloomenthal, loving grandmother of Steven and Joy Sibel, Todd and Amy Sibel, Cara and Jay Cohen, loving great-grandmother of Lauren, Hannah, Sophie, Jack, Lilly, Caroline and Teddy. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS. INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Friday, February 10 private at the convenience of the family.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | March 25, 2005
The love that heals and the love that kills are one and the same in the exhilarating Head-On, Fatih Akin's overgrown dead-end-kid romance for live-wire adults. Set mostly among Turkish immigrants in Hamburg, the movie mingles a punk-rock sensibility with a ravenous appetite for color and sensation. Cahit (Birol Unel), pushing 40 and grieving for his dead artist wife, has totaled his car in what is either a suicide attempt or an absurdist statement. Meanwhile, a stranger, Sibel (Sibel Kekilli)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown | May 6, 2001
Sure, the decorations were great at "The Twilight Ball," a benefit for Hospice of Baltimore and Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. In the Marriott Waterfront ballroom, white-draped tables were crowned with tall silver candelabra spouting twinkling candles and fountains of white orchids. But what the guests seemed to enjoy looking at the most was ... the other guests. Among the crowd of 825 was a virtual "Who's Who" of Baltimore -- all dressed to the nines. If it wasn't the name or face that grabbed you, it was this or that gorgeous gown going by. Among those names and faces: hospice board chair Connie and Bill Pitcher, event chairs; Pat and Art Modell, event honorary chairs; Charlene Cohen, Sandy Glover, Claudia Grimm, Nora Koontz, Jay Lewis, Annette Paterakis and Peggy Schapiro, event committee members; Dr. Gary Cohen, George Santos, Frances E. Smith and Lee Thomas, hospice board members; Catherine Boyne, hospice executive director; Larry Merlis, GBMC Healthcare CEO / president; John Paterakis, H&S Bakery Inc. president; Ed Brody, Brody Transportation president; Raymond "Chip" Mason, Legg Mason, Inc. chairman / CEO; Richard Alter, Manekin Corp.
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By David Nitkin and David Nitkin,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2001
In a vivid display of the influence of Baltimore County Executive C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger, the County Council approved last night without debate a $19 million transaction that involves the son of the executive's campaign finance chairman. The council voted 7-0 to lease and then purchase the former Caldor building at 6401 York Road for office space for state and county employees. Last week, after questions were raised by The Sun and a county councilman, officials released a complete list of partners in the project.
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By David Nitkin and David Nitkin,SUN STAFF | March 16, 2001
As Baltimore County officials rush to complete a $19 million deal to move state and county workers from a troubled Towson office tower into a renovated discount store, two politically connected figures have emerged as partners in the project. After questioning by The Sun and a county councilman, county officials revealed this week that Steven J. Sibel will hold a 10 percent stake in 6401 York Road Associates LLC, a newly formed company that will sell the former Caldor building at that address to the county.
BUSINESS
January 22, 2001
Baltimore Jan. 27-Feb. 2 American Bus Association Convention. Baltimore Convention Center, Howard and Pratt streets. Estimated attendance: 3,000. Contact: Lynn Brewer, 202- 842-1645 Jan. 27-Feb. 4 Chesapeake Bay Boat Show. Baltimore Convention Center. Estimated attendance: 20,000. Contact: Daniel Rae, 212-922-1212 Feb. 4-7 Sibel Systems - eBusiness World meeting. Baltimore Convention Center Estimated attendance: 2,000. Contact: Jim Daluisio, 310-965-4342
NEWS
By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,SUN STAFF | May 3, 2000
The penthouse condominium would be perched 15 stories above Pikesville, with a great room the size of some houses, and walk-in closets bigger than many living rooms. Not one, but two home offices. His-and-her master baths, housekeeper quarters and more. All this could be yours -- for $2.1 million. If 7,000-square-foot condominiums and seven-figure price tags seem enormous, consider the abundance of community opposition to developer Howard Brown's proposed high-rises and the political force behind the project.
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,SUN STAFF | May 3, 2000
The penthouse condominium would be perched 15 stories above Pikesville, with a great room the size of some houses, and walk-in closets bigger than many living rooms. Not one, but two home offices. His-and-her master baths, housekeeper quarters and more. All this could be yours -- for $2.1 million. If 7,000-square-foot condominiums and seven-figure price tags seem enormous, consider the abundance of community opposition to developer Howard Brown's proposed high-rises and the political force behind the project.
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