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August 4, 2003
On August 2, 2003, CALVINTANNENBAUM; beloved husband of Margaret Tannenbaum (nee Green); beloved father of Debra Sherwin of Lutherville, MD, Dr. Lee Tannenbaum of Bel Air, MD, Harvey Tannenbaum of Mechanicsburg, PA and the late Mark Tannenbaum; devoted father-in-law of Edward Sherwin, Debra Tannenbaum and Kathy Tannenbaum; devoted brother of Rose Malhmood, Irene Keller and Elaine Frasier; loving grandfather of Kelly Sherwin, Lisa, Amy, Alex and Laura Tannenbaum....
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BUSINESS
November 18, 2012
Just in time for the holiday is this decorative dark putty shard tree by MacKenzie-Childs, the furniture and ceramics company based in upstate New York known for its whimsical handcrafted designs. Sold at Neiman Marcus, Saks Fith Avenue, and other boutiques and retailers, fans of MacKenzie-Childs include Kourtney Kardashian and Goldie Hawn. This 20-inch-high tree is handmade by artisans who work with ceramic shards of items like teacups and flower pots to create a one-of-a-kind product.
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BUSINESS
November 18, 2012
Just in time for the holiday is this decorative dark putty shard tree by MacKenzie-Childs, the furniture and ceramics company based in upstate New York known for its whimsical handcrafted designs. Sold at Neiman Marcus, Saks Fith Avenue, and other boutiques and retailers, fans of MacKenzie-Childs include Kourtney Kardashian and Goldie Hawn. This 20-inch-high tree is handmade by artisans who work with ceramic shards of items like teacups and flower pots to create a one-of-a-kind product.
NEWS
By Carrie Madren | December 20, 2009
Whether real or fake, Tannenbaums are big business. Last year in the United States, revelers spent over a billion dollars on real Christmas trees and another $700 million on artificial trees. If an indoor evergreen decks your halls, you have a few choices: an artificial tree from a store, a live tree grown on a farm or a living tree still growing from its rootball. When it comes to an environmentally friendly tree, however, which evergreen is really the greenest? Artificial trees may borrow the green concept of reusable bags - taking the place of one fresh-cut real tree each year - but fake trees will eventually end up in a landfill.
NEWS
By Staff report | November 21, 1990
"O Tannenbaum," decked out in traditional splendor, stars at the Carroll County Farm Museum's open house. Treat your eyes to lovely trees from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday through Dec. 2.The staff has decorated each room of the farmhouse and the log cabin with a particular theme. Visitors will see a Victorian, a traditional and an English hunt and peacock fantasy tree, each gleaming bright. A Tannenbaum is decked out in Scherenschnitte, or cut-paper ornaments.You can bring your own miniature tree to enter into a decorating contest, with area businesses awarding ribbons and prizes to winners.
NEWS
March 20, 2005
Dr. Lee Tannenbaum has opened an office in Bel Air to diagnose and treat addiction disorders. A specialist certified by the American Society of Addiction Medicine, he concentrates on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of many forms of addiction, including those related to alcohol, nicotine, prescription painkillers and heroin. About 3,500 physicians nationwide are certified in addiction medicine, he said. "Addiction isn't a personal failing or voluntary behavior that can be easily controlled," Tannenbaum said.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | March 16, 2004
JERUSALEM - The Israeli public never fully embraced the prisoner swap in January that freed Elhanan Tannenbaum from the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, which had taken him hostage three years ago. He was not a soldier captured while performing his duty but a businessman motivated by profit. The day Tannenbaum returned here in exchange for Israel setting free hundreds of Palestinian and Lebanese prisoners, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon told the nation of "a promise kept, a moral obligation honored in full," of a fulfillment of a "Jewish value that is grounded in the soil of Israel."
ENTERTAINMENT
By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,Special to The Sun | December 20, 2007
In his musical counterpoint to the traditional Christmas carol, called "It's Good to be a Jew for Christmas," Rob Tannenbaum sings of the bonds that unite Jewish people every year on Dec. 25: "On Christmas Day we'll eat Chinese, walk city streets until we freeze." Tannenbaum and David Fagin are Good for the Jews and will appear at the Birchmere in Alexandria, Va., tomorrow and Saturday as part of their "Putting the Ha in Hanukkah" tour, sponsored by Heeb magazine. The two will rock out to songs with titles such as "Hot Jewish Chicks" ("Just look at all this cleavage and not one crucifix")
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By Heather Cocks and Heather Cocks,COX NEWS SERVICE | January 3, 2000
Above Alan Tannenbaum's desk, overlooking his high-tech gadgets and powerful computers, hangs an eerily prescient picture. The illustration depicts a woman wearing her World Wide Web browser. A portable computer connected to a headset projects a tiny computer screen in front of her eye, letting her see and surf simultaneously. As Tannenbaum talks, the picture seems increasingly like a nod to his vision of the Internet's evolution. He predicts the Internet will ascend to a technological level free of the clunky computers and tangle of wires that bound the 1990s.
NEWS
By Laura King and Laura King,LOS ANGELES TIMES | March 4, 2004
JERUSALEM -- Israeli missiles slammed into a car carrying members of the militant group Hamas along a dirt road in the central Gaza Strip yesterday, incinerating the three men inside, causing farmers in nearby fields to dive for cover and sending black smoke billowing into a cloudless sky. It was the second deadly airstrike in five days against Palestinian militants in Gaza, signaling a clear revival of Israel's tactic of so-called targeted killings of...
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By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,Special to The Sun | December 20, 2007
In his musical counterpoint to the traditional Christmas carol, called "It's Good to be a Jew for Christmas," Rob Tannenbaum sings of the bonds that unite Jewish people every year on Dec. 25: "On Christmas Day we'll eat Chinese, walk city streets until we freeze." Tannenbaum and David Fagin are Good for the Jews and will appear at the Birchmere in Alexandria, Va., tomorrow and Saturday as part of their "Putting the Ha in Hanukkah" tour, sponsored by Heeb magazine. The two will rock out to songs with titles such as "Hot Jewish Chicks" ("Just look at all this cleavage and not one crucifix")
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By CHICAGO TRIBUNE | December 17, 2005
Yes, you deserve an early Christmas present. And, yes, we mean you - the one who gets stuck watering old tannenbaum every year. On your hands and knees. Dodging boughs. Smacking into ornaments. Heather Shepardson, a Colorado-based inventor and entrepreneur with a background in product development, came up with a fix from all that unpleasantness. It's called the Ever-Green Watering System. It's a device that sits under your Christmas tree, posing as a wrapped package and even sporting a pretty red bow. But inside the "package" is a reservoir (which feeds into a tube, which gets placed into your tree stand and works on gravity)
NEWS
March 20, 2005
Dr. Lee Tannenbaum has opened an office in Bel Air to diagnose and treat addiction disorders. A specialist certified by the American Society of Addiction Medicine, he concentrates on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of many forms of addiction, including those related to alcohol, nicotine, prescription painkillers and heroin. About 3,500 physicians nationwide are certified in addiction medicine, he said. "Addiction isn't a personal failing or voluntary behavior that can be easily controlled," Tannenbaum said.
NEWS
October 3, 2004
On September 29, 2004, PHYLLIS (nee Sandler), beloved wife of the late Barry Tannenbaum, beloved mother of Sharon Anderson, of Balto., MD. and Terry Chessler of Reisterstown, MD. Loving mother-in-law of Howard Chessler. Beloved sister of Anna V. Scheinberg. Beloved sister-in-law of the late Max L. Scheinberg. Loving grandmother of Eric Matthew and Becky Chessler. Dear aunt of Jean Scheinberg Rabunski. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Sunday, October 3 at 12 noon.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | March 16, 2004
JERUSALEM - The Israeli public never fully embraced the prisoner swap in January that freed Elhanan Tannenbaum from the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, which had taken him hostage three years ago. He was not a soldier captured while performing his duty but a businessman motivated by profit. The day Tannenbaum returned here in exchange for Israel setting free hundreds of Palestinian and Lebanese prisoners, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon told the nation of "a promise kept, a moral obligation honored in full," of a fulfillment of a "Jewish value that is grounded in the soil of Israel."
NEWS
By Laura King and Laura King,LOS ANGELES TIMES | March 4, 2004
JERUSALEM -- Israeli missiles slammed into a car carrying members of the militant group Hamas along a dirt road in the central Gaza Strip yesterday, incinerating the three men inside, causing farmers in nearby fields to dive for cover and sending black smoke billowing into a cloudless sky. It was the second deadly airstrike in five days against Palestinian militants in Gaza, signaling a clear revival of Israel's tactic of so-called targeted killings of...
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By John Dorsey and John Dorsey,SUN ART CRITIC | February 23, 1997
Old bias dies hard, and its effects linger long.Take the case of women photographers. You might think that the increased visibility of women in the arts in recent decades indicates that the bias of centuries against women has at last been wiped away. Wrong.In the book that accompanies the exhibit "A History of Women Photographers" at Washington's National Museum of Women in the Arts, art historian Naomi Rosenblum cites evidence from recent years that women in the field are still vastly underrated.
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