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December 6, 1993
POLICE LOG* Town Center: 10300 block of Little Patuxent Parkway: Someone took a four-piece Swarovski Crystal set from Remembering You in Columbia Mall Wednesday. The $5,000 set was removed from a glass showcase, police said.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2012
It's 10 in the morning and Tracy Campola has already been up for hours, putting the finishing touches on one of 14 racing silks that are due by the end of the week. The Arbutus resident is surprisingly calm, considering that she's up to her neck in orders and less than three days away from the state's largest horse race — the Preakness. Campola's calm demeanor and attention to detail brought her success as a jockey agent, but the long hours, constant travel to racetracks in other states, and the desire to spend time with her elderly father sent her in search of a different career.
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By [LIZ ATWOOD] | September 23, 2007
Swarovski The Gallery at Harborplace, 200 E. Pratt St. 410-605-0233, swarovski.com Open 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday The glimmer coming from the Swarovski store in the Gallery at Harborplace can be spotted as soon as you enter the mall, and the sparkle becomes even more intense as you step inside the tiny store. While the space is small, you'll find all kinds of Swarovski crystal merchandise ranging from a tiny $25 pacifier keepsake figure to a hefty vase that sells for $2,750.
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By Wesley Case, b | August 5, 2011
There's a great moment at the beginning of this Swarovski clear video from Curren$y's performance at this year's Pitchfork Music Festival. "Y'all know what to do with your hands, right?" he asks. And then comes the sea of Jet signs, the thumb-and-pinkie gesture that represents everything Curren$y stands for - chillin', weed, women, sneakers and an appreciation for simple pleasures. (For Curren$y, JETS is an acronym for Just Enjoy This S---.) Seeing a whole crowd of fans at an indie/tastemaking-curated event takes the New Orleans rapper by genuine surprise; he lets out a hearty, I-can't-believe-this laugh straight into the microphone.
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February 6, 2005
Nerissa Adrienne Miller and Nathaniel Jeremy Corn, both of Catonsville, MD, were married on October 2, 2004 in Brentwood, TN. Nathaniel and Nerissa are graduates of Western Kentucky University. Nerissa is the granddaughter of Betty and Jack Einsig, of York, PA. Nathaniel is the son of Cindy and Michael Corn, Brentwood, TN. The outdoor wedding and reception were held at Beechgrove Farm. The ceremony was officiated by David Lewis, of Baltimore, MD, and Jennifer Campain, of Allentown, PA. Rebecca Bond, Kristen Corn, MJ Mc Donald and Leslie Streeter were bridesmaids.
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By Wesley Case, b | August 5, 2011
There's a great moment at the beginning of this Swarovski clear video from Curren$y's performance at this year's Pitchfork Music Festival. "Y'all know what to do with your hands, right?" he asks. And then comes the sea of Jet signs, the thumb-and-pinkie gesture that represents everything Curren$y stands for - chillin', weed, women, sneakers and an appreciation for simple pleasures. (For Curren$y, JETS is an acronym for Just Enjoy This S---.) Seeing a whole crowd of fans at an indie/tastemaking-curated event takes the New Orleans rapper by genuine surprise; he lets out a hearty, I-can't-believe-this laugh straight into the microphone.
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By SYLVIA BADGER | February 18, 1994
The awful icy weather has played havoc with my social life, which in turn plays havoc with my work life. Not only could I not get to parties last weekend, but when I finally managed to get out Monday, I fell on the ice and am now a member of the hobble set.For instance, last Friday night, I was so sorry to miss a dinner party for Mrs. Helmut (Danna) Swarovski at the home of Stiles Colwill, one of the owners of Colwill-McGehee Antique Decorative and Fine Arts who is best known to me as the former curator of the Maryland Historical Society.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2012
It's 10 in the morning and Tracy Campola has already been up for hours, putting the finishing touches on one of 14 racing silks that are due by the end of the week. The Arbutus resident is surprisingly calm, considering that she's up to her neck in orders and less than three days away from the state's largest horse race — the Preakness. Campola's calm demeanor and attention to detail brought her success as a jockey agent, but the long hours, constant travel to racetracks in other states, and the desire to spend time with her elderly father sent her in search of a different career.
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By Vida Roberts | August 13, 1995
Insects are lighting on fall's ladylike lapels and shoulders. Winged pins will be seen on social butterflies, busy bees and fashion dragonflies. Show them, don't shoo them.SHOPPING GUIDELADY BUGSAll items on Page 50Butterfly by Ciner, $135, at Ruth Shaw. Beetle by Swarovski, $44, at Nordstrom. Moth by Jay Strongwater, $55, at Ruth Shaw. Dragonfly, $84, and bee, $67, by Swarovski at Nordstrom. Locust by Ciner, $104, at Nordstrom. Fly by Mary Demarco, $13, at La Terra. Ladybug by Judith Jack, $45, at Treasure House.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | September 19, 2009
Donna L. Zaccaonini, a retired newspaper office manager and veteran political worker, died of an aneurysm Sept. 9 at her Taneytown home. She was 54. Donna Lee Ervin was born in Baltimore and raised in Glen Burnie. She was a 1973 graduate of Glen Burnie High School and attended Anne Arundel Community College and Villa Julie College. From 1975 to 1978, she worked in the Washington office of Maryland Republican Sen. Charles McC. Mathias Jr., and from 1978 until 1982 was a community worker for Anne Arundel County Executive Robert Pascal.
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By Jennifer Choi | January 20, 2008
Alexandra Webb 5726 Falls Road, Mount Washington Open 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday through March 3; noon-6 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday starting March 4. 410-303-1703 or alexandrawebbjewelry.com Alexa Webb, 27, began making jewelry for friends and family while she was an undergraduate student. Because of the popularity of her creations, she eventually turned her hobby into a side business, running a successful online jewelry store and selling her goods at local events.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 6, 2005
Nerissa Adrienne Miller and Nathaniel Jeremy Corn, both of Catonsville, MD, were married on October 2, 2004 in Brentwood, TN. Nathaniel and Nerissa are graduates of Western Kentucky University. Nerissa is the granddaughter of Betty and Jack Einsig, of York, PA. Nathaniel is the son of Cindy and Michael Corn, Brentwood, TN. The outdoor wedding and reception were held at Beechgrove Farm. The ceremony was officiated by David Lewis, of Baltimore, MD, and Jennifer Campain, of Allentown, PA. Rebecca Bond, Kristen Corn, MJ Mc Donald and Leslie Streeter were bridesmaids.
FEATURES
By SYLVIA BADGER | February 18, 1994
The awful icy weather has played havoc with my social life, which in turn plays havoc with my work life. Not only could I not get to parties last weekend, but when I finally managed to get out Monday, I fell on the ice and am now a member of the hobble set.For instance, last Friday night, I was so sorry to miss a dinner party for Mrs. Helmut (Danna) Swarovski at the home of Stiles Colwill, one of the owners of Colwill-McGehee Antique Decorative and Fine Arts who is best known to me as the former curator of the Maryland Historical Society.
NEWS
December 6, 1993
POLICE LOG* Town Center: 10300 block of Little Patuxent Parkway: Someone took a four-piece Swarovski Crystal set from Remembering You in Columbia Mall Wednesday. The $5,000 set was removed from a glass showcase, police said.
NEWS
By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,jennifer.mcmenamin@baltsun.com | September 10, 2008
All he needed was a fake name, a phony address and his bank routing number. With that and access to the sales records of customers who ordered furniture over the phone from Ikea, a 24-year-old Middle River man working at the Swedish company's call center in White Marsh was able to steal more than $400,000 by issuing refunds to himself for merchandise that customers never really returned, Baltimore County prosecutors say. Suraj S. Samaroo, of Middle River,...
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