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February 23, 1994
Retired Rear Adm. Richard O'Kane, 83, who won the Medal of Honor as commander of the USS Tang submarine in the South Pacific during World War II, died Feb. 16 of pneumonia in Petaluma, Calif. Under Admiral O'Kane, the Tang sank a Japanese ship every 11 days on five patrols and rescued scores of American fliers. When the sub was destroyed by one of its own torpedoes, he and eight of his men were held prisoner near Tokyo for 10 months. He later commanded the Submarine School in New London, Conn.
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By Wesley Case | April 15, 2011
“The Other Side of ... ” asks local musicians to share their more personal sides. Jenn Wasner, whose band Wye Oak will play a homecoming show at 2640 Space Saturday ($12, missiontix.com ), kicks off b’s new feature: Last movie I saw: I honestly can’t remember. Wait ... I think it might be “Pootie Tang.” Yeah, I think it was. Wow. Last album I loved: Life of Love by Callers, who we happen to be on tour with right now. Last book I read: “Just Kids” by Patti Smith Last TV show I obsessed over: It’s been awhile.
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NEWS
October 15, 2003
On October 13, 2003, PATRICK CHARLES TOOLE, beloved husband of Mary Jane Toole (nee Parrett), devoted father of Mary Alice Adams and her husband Michael and Mollie Tang and her husband Nelson, loving grandfather of Zachary and Spencer Adams and Samantha and Christopher Tang. Relatives and friends may gather at Miller-Dippel Funeral Home, Inc., 6415 Belair Rd., on Wednesday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where a Vigil Service will be held at 4 P.M. A Mass of Christian BUrial will be celebrated at St. Michael's (Overlea)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza, The Baltimore Sun | December 16, 2010
It would be easy to say that Wu-Tang Clan has peaked — that its best period is behind it. It's not just that Ol' Dirty Bastard died in 2004, or that members have dabbled with solo projects over the years to varying degrees of success. The group has now been together for nearly 20 years, making it positively prehistoric in hip-hop. Against the members' better wishes, they've become elder statesmen. But despite not having released an album in three years, the group's new tour makes a defiant claim on relevance.
NEWS
August 17, 1998
St. George's Episcopal Church of Hampstead recently welcomed a new rector, the Rev. Christopher Douglas Tang.Tang has a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Maryland and graduate credits from Loyola College. He worked with computers until 1990, when he began studying at the Virginia Theological Seminary.He received a master of divinity degree in May 1996 and became curate at the Church of the Holy Comforter in Lutherville.The church continues its summer schedule of a 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist worship service on Sundays through Sept.
NEWS
By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,special to the sun | January 7, 2007
Reading poetry to learn math? On a recent afternoon, students at Darlington Elementary School did just that as children's author Greg Tang used rhymes, puzzles and games aimed at making it easier to understand math. "When you're in a fickle mood, pickles are the perfect food. Some are sour, some are sweet, either way they are good to eat. How many pickles in this bunch? Try subtracting in a crunch!" the Boston-based author read aloud during a presentations to about 130 students at the school.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | April 27, 1999
Immigration and Naturalization Service agents arrested 54 suspected illegal immigrants from Central and South America during a raid yesterday at a Northwest Baltimore landscaping firm, said a spokesman for the federal agency.About 25 agents, serving an administrative search warrant, raided RAR Landscaping Co. in the 5900 block of Oakleaf Ave. about 7: 15 a.m. and detained the male immigrants, who range in age from 16 to 35, said Barry Tang, INS assistant director for investigations in Baltimore.
FEATURES
By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,SUN STAFF | July 20, 1999
It was, in many ways, a marriage of convenience. She had been around longer than most folks realized. He was on his way up, up, up -- literally. She hooked her star to his coattails but eventually went the way of so many trophy wives, starting over and re-inventing herself. We're talking, of course, about Tang and NASA. And on this, the 30th anniversary of Neil Armstrong's moon walk, it's as good a time as any to contemplate lunar product placement -- the real and imagined links between the U.S. space program and various consumer goods.
NEWS
By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,Sun Staff | December 24, 2000
One of Maryland's own is making it big in New York, but not in the way she'd originally thought she would. Two years ago, Tina Tang, a Potomac native, quit her job as a successful trader on Wall Street to pursue her hobby, jewelry making. "It was a little scary," she says. "It" is the home business she started, designing necklaces, earrings and bracelets she describes as feminine, but not trendy. Signature pieces include drop earrings and three-strand necklaces strung with stones including pearl, garnet, blue topaz and peridot.
NEWS
By Renee Enna and Renee Enna,Chicago Tribune | July 30, 2008
Yogurt is made with milk that has "fermented and coagulated because it's been invaded by friendly bacteria," according to the definition in Food Lover's Companion. It's a good-for-you food that is believed to promote better digestion and help the immune system. The most versatile, for cooking purposes, is the plain stuff. It adds creaminess and tang, along with healthful nutrients, to sauces and dips. And if it's lunch you're after, it can be tailored to your tastes, with any number of mix-ins: honey, raisins and/or walnuts, for starters.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Evan Haga, Special to the Baltimore Sun | August 26, 2010
This year's Rock the Bells tour arrives at Merriweather with a twist. In addition to the show's usual multigenerational mix of hip-hop, this year's headlining acts are performing their most acclaimed albums in their entirety. It's a concept more familiar to fans of rock and roll, but, hey, hip-hop has its classics too. Here are three must-own rap records — all released in November of 1993 — you'll hear Sunday. "Doggystyle" He was Snoop Doggy Dogg when this, his solo debut, was released and further defined the West Coast G-funk style.
NEWS
December 7, 2009
More than 500,000 people have knee replacements each year, according to the National Center for Health Statistics. Dr. Daniel Tang, an orthopedic surgeon at Howard County General Hospital, discusses the purpose of and the procedures involved in the surgery. The purpose of a knee replacement is to relieve a person's pain, restore movement, restore alignment and remove the impairments to activities of daily living. The ideal candidate for a knee replacement is a generally healthy individual who has failed conservative management of arthritis and who is past the age of 60. Persons with issues of diabetes, peripheral vascular disease and obesity have increased risk factors for the replacement of a joint.
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By Richard Gorelick and Richard Gorelick,Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2009
There's a stretch of Charles Street in the Midtown Belvedere neighborhood that, because it's close to the University of Baltimore, and not so far from the Maryland Institute College of Art, seems to attract reliable delis and pizza places, mainstays like Oriole Pizza, Viccino's and Jay's. A few months back, Kabob Place joined them, moving into the corner spot where a Subway used to be. It's a clean and cool spot, just below ground level. Customers come in and order their food at the counter, and hang around until it gets packed into containers.
NEWS
By Renee Enna and Renee Enna,Chicago Tribune | July 30, 2008
Yogurt is made with milk that has "fermented and coagulated because it's been invaded by friendly bacteria," according to the definition in Food Lover's Companion. It's a good-for-you food that is believed to promote better digestion and help the immune system. The most versatile, for cooking purposes, is the plain stuff. It adds creaminess and tang, along with healthful nutrients, to sauces and dips. And if it's lunch you're after, it can be tailored to your tastes, with any number of mix-ins: honey, raisins and/or walnuts, for starters.
BUSINESS
By Cox News Service | February 7, 2008
BEIJING -- When Tang Qiliang began selling handmade toys in the 1970s, children rushed to buy the fur-covered rabbits and tiny clay mice his family made. But this year, as today's Lunar New Year holiday approached, parents mostly bypassed his family's store on a quiet Beijing backstreet. They headed instead for Wal-Mart and other large retailers to buy the season's hot gifts: Transformers action figures and remote-controlled cars. The failing fortunes of the store, a business the Tang family has run for five generations, is just one example of how traditional culture is fading in the face of globalization.
ENTERTAINMENT
By JENNIFER CHOI | January 3, 2008
Rams Head Live will host a performance by the Wu-Tang Clan on Wednesday. The notorious New York hip-hop group, which had been on a six-year hiatus, is on tour to promote its new album, The 8 Diagrams. Doors open at 7 p.m. The group performs at 9 p.m. Rams Head Live is at 20 Market Place. Tickets are $49.50. Call 410-244-1131 or go to ramsheadlive.com.
NEWS
By Susan Brink and Susan Brink,Los Angeles Times | November 24, 2006
Dr. Hangwi Tang was explaining what he knew thus far about the blood clot suffered by his patient, a 16-year-old water polo player. Tang said he wasn't sure what caused it when the boy's father blurted out: "But, of course, he has Paget-von Schroetter syndrome," and then went on to describe the disease and suggest a course of treatment. The father - who had used Google to do an Internet search of the symptoms and was prepared with a mini-tutorial - was correct. It got Tang wondering: Just how good is Google?
BUSINESS
By Cox News Service | February 7, 2008
BEIJING -- When Tang Qiliang began selling handmade toys in the 1970s, children rushed to buy the fur-covered rabbits and tiny clay mice his family made. But this year, as today's Lunar New Year holiday approached, parents mostly bypassed his family's store on a quiet Beijing backstreet. They headed instead for Wal-Mart and other large retailers to buy the season's hot gifts: Transformers action figures and remote-controlled cars. The failing fortunes of the store, a business the Tang family has run for five generations, is just one example of how traditional culture is fading in the face of globalization.
NEWS
By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,special to the sun | January 7, 2007
Reading poetry to learn math? On a recent afternoon, students at Darlington Elementary School did just that as children's author Greg Tang used rhymes, puzzles and games aimed at making it easier to understand math. "When you're in a fickle mood, pickles are the perfect food. Some are sour, some are sweet, either way they are good to eat. How many pickles in this bunch? Try subtracting in a crunch!" the Boston-based author read aloud during a presentations to about 130 students at the school.
NEWS
By Susan Brink and Susan Brink,Los Angeles Times | November 24, 2006
Dr. Hangwi Tang was explaining what he knew thus far about the blood clot suffered by his patient, a 16-year-old water polo player. Tang said he wasn't sure what caused it when the boy's father blurted out: "But, of course, he has Paget-von Schroetter syndrome," and then went on to describe the disease and suggest a course of treatment. The father - who had used Google to do an Internet search of the symptoms and was prepared with a mini-tutorial - was correct. It got Tang wondering: Just how good is Google?
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