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January 20, 2005
On January 18, 2005, VESNA S. SKYE (nee Polasek) beloved wife of the late Joseph Skye, devoted mother of Maria T. Johnson, Ana A. Skye, Mary Elizabeth Skye and Carol Jean Skye, loving grandmother of Alexander P. Johnson. Friends may call at the CVACH/ROSEDALE FUNERAL HOME, 1211 Chesaco Avenue on Thursday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial will be Friday 9:15 A.M, St. Clement Catholic Church. Interment Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetery.
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By Jennifer K. Dansicker | August 23, 2012
How can looking at the bottom of your feet resolve a physical or even emotional problem you have been plagued with for years? Well according to Skye Fitzkee, 56, natural health practitioner and certified reflexologist, the answers can be found in your feet. It's called reflexology, and Fitzkee has brought this unique healing practice to Main Street. “As a reflexolgoist, I look at the map in your feet that reflects the organs and glands in your body. The feet hold the answers to the rest of your body,” says Fitzkee, owner of Skye Body & Sole.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | December 20, 1999
The trashiest line of work for women in TV today, barring "Jerry Springer" guest appearances, of course, almost surely is cheerleader for World Championship Wrestling, also known as a Nitro Girl.The newest Nitro Girl, Skye, wears tube tops, fishnets and hot pants. She bumps and grinds hip thrusts in the ring between televised wrestling matches involving behemoths named The Total Package and Dr. Death.Back home, in her real world in Rosedale, you'd never recognize her.Last month, Stacy "Skye" Keibler beat out 300 competitors for a $10,000 check and a Nitro Girl spot.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | December 20, 2011
It's the finale “Occupation/Resistance” -- in which this blogger finally realizes: Lucas is reprehensibly despicable. Between the two-hour long stress of the “Terra Nova” season finale, and the power outages at Candlestick Park for Monday Night Football and the Pittsburgh Steelers game (don't hate), tensions were running high for me as our time-traveling pioneers dug their heels into their prehistoric home and waged war against the future. And some of it was relatively legit.
NEWS
January 5, 2004
Skye Hospitality hires marketing firm for publicity Professional Marketing Matters Inc. of Severna Park has been retained by Skye Hospitality, a Baltimore-based hotel development company. The agency will be responsible for developing a Web site and corporate brochure, as well as handling public relations for the company. Skye Hospitality owns five hotels in the Baltimore metropolitan area, including two in the growing Arundel Mills area. Skye Hospitality develops and operates hotels through contracts with national franchises, providing services that include site selection, development, construction, brand selection and operations.
BUSINESS
March 26, 2002
New positions Bello is president, COO of Skye Hospitality Skye Hospitality LLC promoted J. William Bello to president and chief operating officer of the White Marsh-based hotel developer and operator. A 30-year hospitality industry veteran, he had been Skye's vice president of operations, and in that capacity supervised construction and operation of the company's Hampton Inn and Hilton Garden Inn in White Marsh. Before joining Skye in 1996, he was at Marriott International Inc. for 25 years.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | December 12, 2011
The countdown to the season finale has begun on “Terra Nova,” and God help me, at this point, I am invested in this outcome. Gosh, where to begin. Well, Lucas is back, with his CrazySexyMath, insane blue eyes and -- unexpectedly -- some pretty prominent pectorals. The 11 th pilgrimage is days away, putting the entirety of Terra Nova on high alert, with good reason. Lucas has finally perfected his calculations, which would allow him to travel forward in time, as well as backward.
TRAVEL
By Special to the Sun | March 17, 2002
A MEMORABLE PLACE Awakening to Scotland By Brian Andrews SPECIAL TO THE SUN One morning last November, I found myself at a bus stop off the western coast of Scotland groggily attempting to piece together how exactly I had gotten there. I had risen with the speed and grace of a sack of bricks at some godforsaken hour when the moon was still riding high in the sky. Stumbling into the bathroom of my bed-and-breakfast, I turned on the shower, which was unbelievably cold. I gave a pathetic scream and lunged into the opposite wall.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | December 20, 2011
It's the finale “Occupation/Resistance” -- in which this blogger finally realizes: Lucas is reprehensibly despicable. Between the two-hour long stress of the “Terra Nova” season finale, and the power outages at Candlestick Park for Monday Night Football and the Pittsburgh Steelers game (don't hate), tensions were running high for me as our time-traveling pioneers dug their heels into their prehistoric home and waged war against the future. And some of it was relatively legit.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 24, 2004
NEW YORK -- Teen singer Skye Sweetnam grew up in a quaint Canadian town, but that doesn't stop her from belting out angst-ridden rocker girl songs like she comes from the gritty city. Sweetnam, who recently turned 16, is very articulate and pleasant, despite the angry music. She was walking by her grandmother's hair salon one day when the hairdresser asked her to come in and sing. She gave an impromptu performance with a brush handle as a microphone, and one of the customers took a demo tape to a family member in the entertainment business.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | December 12, 2011
The countdown to the season finale has begun on “Terra Nova,” and God help me, at this point, I am invested in this outcome. Gosh, where to begin. Well, Lucas is back, with his CrazySexyMath, insane blue eyes and -- unexpectedly -- some pretty prominent pectorals. The 11 th pilgrimage is days away, putting the entirety of Terra Nova on high alert, with good reason. Lucas has finally perfected his calculations, which would allow him to travel forward in time, as well as backward.
NEWS
January 20, 2005
On January 18, 2005, VESNA S. SKYE (nee Polasek) beloved wife of the late Joseph Skye, devoted mother of Maria T. Johnson, Ana A. Skye, Mary Elizabeth Skye and Carol Jean Skye, loving grandmother of Alexander P. Johnson. Friends may call at the CVACH/ROSEDALE FUNERAL HOME, 1211 Chesaco Avenue on Thursday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial will be Friday 9:15 A.M, St. Clement Catholic Church. Interment Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetery.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 24, 2004
NEW YORK -- Teen singer Skye Sweetnam grew up in a quaint Canadian town, but that doesn't stop her from belting out angst-ridden rocker girl songs like she comes from the gritty city. Sweetnam, who recently turned 16, is very articulate and pleasant, despite the angry music. She was walking by her grandmother's hair salon one day when the hairdresser asked her to come in and sing. She gave an impromptu performance with a brush handle as a microphone, and one of the customers took a demo tape to a family member in the entertainment business.
NEWS
January 5, 2004
Skye Hospitality hires marketing firm for publicity Professional Marketing Matters Inc. of Severna Park has been retained by Skye Hospitality, a Baltimore-based hotel development company. The agency will be responsible for developing a Web site and corporate brochure, as well as handling public relations for the company. Skye Hospitality owns five hotels in the Baltimore metropolitan area, including two in the growing Arundel Mills area. Skye Hospitality develops and operates hotels through contracts with national franchises, providing services that include site selection, development, construction, brand selection and operations.
BUSINESS
March 26, 2002
New positions Bello is president, COO of Skye Hospitality Skye Hospitality LLC promoted J. William Bello to president and chief operating officer of the White Marsh-based hotel developer and operator. A 30-year hospitality industry veteran, he had been Skye's vice president of operations, and in that capacity supervised construction and operation of the company's Hampton Inn and Hilton Garden Inn in White Marsh. Before joining Skye in 1996, he was at Marriott International Inc. for 25 years.
TRAVEL
By Special to the Sun | March 17, 2002
A MEMORABLE PLACE Awakening to Scotland By Brian Andrews SPECIAL TO THE SUN One morning last November, I found myself at a bus stop off the western coast of Scotland groggily attempting to piece together how exactly I had gotten there. I had risen with the speed and grace of a sack of bricks at some godforsaken hour when the moon was still riding high in the sky. Stumbling into the bathroom of my bed-and-breakfast, I turned on the shower, which was unbelievably cold. I gave a pathetic scream and lunged into the opposite wall.
EXPLORE
By Jennifer K. Dansicker | August 23, 2012
How can looking at the bottom of your feet resolve a physical or even emotional problem you have been plagued with for years? Well according to Skye Fitzkee, 56, natural health practitioner and certified reflexologist, the answers can be found in your feet. It's called reflexology, and Fitzkee has brought this unique healing practice to Main Street. “As a reflexolgoist, I look at the map in your feet that reflects the organs and glands in your body. The feet hold the answers to the rest of your body,” says Fitzkee, owner of Skye Body & Sole.
NEWS
By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | April 2, 2000
DUNVEGAN, Scotland -- So, let's get this straight, John MacLeod of MacLeod. You've got a centuries-old castle with a leaky flat roof. You want to sell a mountain range to finance repairs. And politicians and newspapers are tearing into your plans, labeling you greedy. "It's something that breaks my bloody heart," says the 29th chief of Clan MacLeod, whose ancestry traces back to Norse kings. On the wind-swept Isle of Skye, in the North Atlantic, with its undulating landscape, wet weather and hardy people, the proposed sale of one of Britain's most spectacular mountain ranges is stirring up a storm.
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