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By Edward Gunts | January 31, 1992
A former co-owner of the Surfside Sally's restaurant and bar in Fells Point -- which closed in 1990 after battling with area residents -- is back with plans to open a new nightspot near Baltimore's Inner Harbor.The city liquor board yesterday approved a license transfer that will enable Chicago-based entrepreneur Larry Siegel to open the Baja Beach Club inside the Harbor Park movie theater complex at 55 Market Place.Mr. Siegel, the co-owner of Surfside Sally's, said he has leased the 11,500-square-foot restaurant space formerly occupied by Chi Chi's Mexican restaurant and hopes to open by early April.
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By Jeffrey Gettleman and Jeffrey Gettleman,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | March 13, 2005
First things first. A "hike" in the Caribbean is not that annoyingly long distance between your hotel room and the beach. True, that's as far as most people want to go before flopping down on the sand and soaking up the sun. But there is actually serious hiking in the islands, from the 10,000-foot scramble up Pico Duarte in the Dominican Republic, the highest point in the Caribbean, to lowland trails through the gardens of St. Kitts. I wanted something in between, and after a few Google searches (typing in "hiking" and "Caribbean" turns up about 908,000 results)
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SPORTS
By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | April 8, 2000
ARCADIA, Calif. -- Pat Day would arrive at the barn unannounced for his regular visit with the filly. He would slip into her stall quietly, as if looking in on a close friend's child. Those visits last summer at Saratoga forged a bond between the Hall of Fame jockey and the promising filly Surfside that remained strong through winter into spring. Today, rider and filly must draw deeply from that relationship if they're to accomplish that rare feat in their sport: win a horse race against colts.
NEWS
May 9, 2002
Robert Michael Pulliam, a retired Westinghouse Electric Corp. manager and former Columbia resident, died of cancer Tuesday at his home in Surfside Beach, S.C. He was 57. Born in Baltimore, Mr. Pulliam was raised in Catonsville, where he graduated from high school in 1963. He enlisted in the Army and served in Korea as a radio repairman. He held an associate's degree in business from Catonsville Community College and also studied at what is now Towson University. Mr. Pulliam went to work at Westinghouse Electric's Linthicum plant in 1966.
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By Laura Sullivan and Laura Sullivan,SUN STAFF | September 4, 1997
If you're looking for hot, tasty, perfectly seasoned crabs, head to the Surfside 7 Restaurant and Dock Bar.If you're looking for seafood specialties or creative salads, go somewhere else.On a Tuesday night visit with two companions, I found Surfside 7 a friendly, casual place to eat. The restaurant has become known recently for its jazz night and weekly live entertainment that gets the place swinging. But Tuesday, we were disappointed to learn, is karaoke night.The place wasn't too crowded.
BUSINESS
By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,Evening Sun Staff | September 14, 1990
Surfside Sally's, the popular but controversial nightclub in Fells Point, has closed. Its owners are searching for a new site in Baltimore for the pulsating nightspot.But before Surfside Sally's could reopen elsewhere in the city, its owners would have to make peace with the liquor board.The board revoked Surfside Sally's liquor license in June after months of complaints about fights, drunks and lewd behavior inside and outside the large nightclub in Brown's Wharf. It remained open nearly three months after appealing the liquor board's decision -- until closing Sunday.
NEWS
October 29, 1990
Walter Hendin, a retired pharmacist and businessman, died of cancer Saturday at Hollywood Memorial Hospital in Florida. He was 70.Mr. Hendin lived on Bancroft Road in Baltimore County before retiring to Hollywood in the early 1970s.Services for Mr. Hendin were being held today at Sol Levinson & Bros. funeral establishment, 6010 Reisterstown Road.Mr. Hendin worked as a pharmacist for the old Read's drugstore chain before becoming co-owner with his brother of Hendin's Hollywood Fashions, a women's clothing store.
NEWS
May 9, 2002
Robert Michael Pulliam, a retired Westinghouse Electric Corp. manager and former Columbia resident, died of cancer Tuesday at his home in Surfside Beach, S.C. He was 57. Born in Baltimore, Mr. Pulliam was raised in Catonsville, where he graduated from high school in 1963. He enlisted in the Army and served in Korea as a radio repairman. He held an associate's degree in business from Catonsville Community College and also studied at what is now Towson University. Mr. Pulliam went to work at Westinghouse Electric's Linthicum plant in 1966.
BUSINESS
By Timothy J. Mullaney and Timothy J. Mullaney,Staff Writer | May 26, 1993
Surfside Sally's site gets a quieter tenantFells Point, hang on: There's a new tenant for the space vacated by Surfside Sally's, the Brown's Wharf bar whose customers were considered rowdy and crazed even by Fells Point standards. And the landlord, Constellation Real Estate Inc., said this time will be different.Lista's Restaurant will open in June, serving New Mexican food out of a 14,500-square-foot space on the waterfront, Constellation spokesman Larry Lichtenauer said. The entertainment, far from the late-night dancing of Surfside Sally's, will include roaming guitar players and art exhibits keyed to Mexican holidays.
NEWS
March 31, 1993
James L. B. WardCity retireeJames L. B. Ward, a retired supervisor in the Baltimore City Bureau of Water and Waste Water, who was active in fraternal groups, died Saturday of kidney failure at Bon Secours Hospital.Mr. Ward, who was 72 and lived on Massachusetts Avenue in Southwest Baltimore, retired in 1980 after 20 years in the Department of Public Works. Earlier, starting in 1941, he had been a merchant seaman.Born in Wilson, N.C., he was reared there, in Baltimore and in Philadelphia, where he completed his high school education.
SPORTS
By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | April 8, 2000
ARCADIA, Calif. -- Pat Day would arrive at the barn unannounced for his regular visit with the filly. He would slip into her stall quietly, as if looking in on a close friend's child. Those visits last summer at Saratoga forged a bond between the Hall of Fame jockey and the promising filly Surfside that remained strong through winter into spring. Today, rider and filly must draw deeply from that relationship if they're to accomplish that rare feat in their sport: win a horse race against colts.
SPORTS
By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | March 11, 2000
HALLANDALE, Fla. -- The roller-coaster ride along the Kentucky Derby trail dips into Florida today and soars tomorrow into Louisiana and California. Eight weeks before the May 6 Derby at Churchill Downs, 10 colts will contest the prestigious Florida Derby this afternoon at Gulfstream Park between Fort Lauderdale and Miami Beach. Tomorrow, 10 more colts and geldings will run in the Louisiana Derby at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans. Also tomorrow, Surfside, the lone filly threatening males along the Kentucky Derby and Preakness trails, will compete one last time against her own gender in the Santa Anita Oaks at Santa Anita Park before challenging males next month in the Santa Anita Derby.
NEWS
By Laura Sullivan and Laura Sullivan,SUN STAFF | September 4, 1997
If you're looking for hot, tasty, perfectly seasoned crabs, head to the Surfside 7 Restaurant and Dock Bar.If you're looking for seafood specialties or creative salads, go somewhere else.On a Tuesday night visit with two companions, I found Surfside 7 a friendly, casual place to eat. The restaurant has become known recently for its jazz night and weekly live entertainment that gets the place swinging. But Tuesday, we were disappointed to learn, is karaoke night.The place wasn't too crowded.
BUSINESS
By Timothy J. Mullaney and Timothy J. Mullaney,Staff Writer | May 26, 1993
Surfside Sally's site gets a quieter tenantFells Point, hang on: There's a new tenant for the space vacated by Surfside Sally's, the Brown's Wharf bar whose customers were considered rowdy and crazed even by Fells Point standards. And the landlord, Constellation Real Estate Inc., said this time will be different.Lista's Restaurant will open in June, serving New Mexican food out of a 14,500-square-foot space on the waterfront, Constellation spokesman Larry Lichtenauer said. The entertainment, far from the late-night dancing of Surfside Sally's, will include roaming guitar players and art exhibits keyed to Mexican holidays.
NEWS
March 31, 1993
James L. B. WardCity retireeJames L. B. Ward, a retired supervisor in the Baltimore City Bureau of Water and Waste Water, who was active in fraternal groups, died Saturday of kidney failure at Bon Secours Hospital.Mr. Ward, who was 72 and lived on Massachusetts Avenue in Southwest Baltimore, retired in 1980 after 20 years in the Department of Public Works. Earlier, starting in 1941, he had been a merchant seaman.Born in Wilson, N.C., he was reared there, in Baltimore and in Philadelphia, where he completed his high school education.
NEWS
By Edward Gunts | January 31, 1992
A former co-owner of the Surfside Sally's restaurant and bar in Fells Point -- which closed in 1990 after battling with area residents -- is back with plans to open a new nightspot near Baltimore's Inner Harbor.The city liquor board yesterday approved a license transfer that will enable Chicago-based entrepreneur Larry Siegel to open the Baja Beach Club inside the Harbor Park movie theater complex at 55 Market Place.Mr. Siegel, the co-owner of Surfside Sally's, said he has leased the 11,500-square-foot restaurant space formerly occupied by Chi Chi's Mexican restaurant and hopes to open by early April.
SPORTS
By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | March 11, 2000
HALLANDALE, Fla. -- The roller-coaster ride along the Kentucky Derby trail dips into Florida today and soars tomorrow into Louisiana and California. Eight weeks before the May 6 Derby at Churchill Downs, 10 colts will contest the prestigious Florida Derby this afternoon at Gulfstream Park between Fort Lauderdale and Miami Beach. Tomorrow, 10 more colts and geldings will run in the Louisiana Derby at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans. Also tomorrow, Surfside, the lone filly threatening males along the Kentucky Derby and Preakness trails, will compete one last time against her own gender in the Santa Anita Oaks at Santa Anita Park before challenging males next month in the Santa Anita Derby.
NEWS
October 29, 1990
Walter Hendin, a retired pharmacist and businessman, died of cancer Saturday at Hollywood Memorial Hospital in Florida. He was 70.Mr. Hendin lived on Bancroft Road in Baltimore County before retiring to Hollywood in the early 1970s.Services for Mr. Hendin were being held today at Sol Levinson & Bros. funeral establishment, 6010 Reisterstown Road.Mr. Hendin worked as a pharmacist for the old Read's drugstore chain before becoming co-owner with his brother of Hendin's Hollywood Fashions, a women's clothing store.
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