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April 7, 2004
On April 5, 2004 TERRA M., beloved wife of the late John A. Fitzgerald. Also survived by Ronald Fisher and other numerous nieces and nephews. Friends may call a the family owned GONCE FUNERAL SERVICE, P.A., 4001 Ritchie Highway on Wednesday from 7 to 9 P.M. Please for time of service on Thursday, 410-789-1800. Interment in Meadowridge Memorial Park. Due notice of a memorial Mass will be announced at a later date.
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ENTERTAINMENT
Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | April 3, 2014
A new restaurant named Preserve will open later this spring on Main Street in Annapolis. The location is the old Aqua Terra space, which closed in April 2012. The owners of Preserve are a married couple, Michelle and Jeremy Hoffman, who have recently relocated to Annapolis from Alexandria, Va. This is the first restaurant for the couple, who met as students at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y. Jeremy Hoffman left his chef de cuisine job at Alexandria's highly regarded Restaurant Eve, where he worked for the seven-time James Beard Foundation award-nominee Cathal Armstrong.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and Richard Gorelick,Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 26, 2009
Early signs are promising at the Terra Cafe, Terence Dickson's sweet new eatery and coffee shop in lower Charles Village. The place is comfortable, with colors and surfaces meant to evoke the natural world. Dickson told me that his first guests were members of his church, who blessed his restaurant. It feels that way. Terra Cafe opened in early December, but a steady crowd streamed in on a recent Saturday morning and afternoon. I went for breakfast and went back for lunch. (A few days later, Dickson described that Saturday, when he was unexpectedly short-staffed, as "bananas."
BUSINESS
By Natalie Sherman | December 5, 2013
Plans to turn a long, thin former cotton mill on the Jones Falls into apartments, offices and shopping space moved forward Wednesday, with a City Council committee endorsing a zoning change to enable Terra Nova Ventures' $19 million project on Clipper Mill Road. Terra Nova Ventures would convert the Whitehall Cotton Mill site into 27 apartments, about 25,000 sqare feet of office space, and 20,000 square feet of first-floor shopping, an area roughly twice the size of Belvedere Square.
FEATURES
By Vida Roberts and Vida Roberts,Sun Fashion Editor | October 27, 1994
A new shop comes to town in an ecologically friendly spirit. La Terra, at 4001 Falls Road, is having a grand opening tonight from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.The shop promises only products which are organic or recycled. Naturally, the decor follows the theme with newspaper flooring, old barn wood fixtures and worn out auto tire seating.Owners Buddy Wolfe and his jewelry designer wife, Mary DeMarco, have traveled about selecting objects that fit their naturalness standards. It's a store/gallery arrangement featuring clothing, cosmetics, jewelry and gifts for the home.
FEATURES
By Michael Dresser | October 12, 1997
1995 Terra Rosa North Coast Cabernet Sauvignon ($13)This intensely flavorful cabernet is a worthy little brother to the Laurel Glen cabernets that are also produced by Patrick Campbell. It's a meaty, earthy cabernet with generous dollops of blackberry and black pepper. This marvelously well-balanced wine also offers exceptional length and good staying power over the next six to eight years.Pub Date: 10/12/97
NEWS
July 2, 1996
Daniel J. Terra, 85, who founded two museums devoted to American art and served as the nation's first ambassador-at-large for cultural affairs, died Friday of a heart attack suffered two days before in Washington.In 1980, he founded the Terra Museum of American Art in suburban Evanston, Ill., and later moved it to Chicago's North Michigan Avenue. In 1992, he opened the Musee Americain near Claude Monet's home in Giverny, France, and focused on American Impressionist artists.Mr. Terra served as national finance chairman for Ronald Reagan in 1980, raising $21 million for his presidential campaign.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | August 10, 2003
The buildings at Terra Rubra, the Carroll County homestead that was the birthplace of Francis Scott Key, are being opened to the public for the first time in decades. New owner William F. Chaney is opening the freshly renovated home for public tours today and the next two Sundays. "I - my sons and I - own the home, but I really feel like it belongs to the county and the state and the country," said Chaney, a retired banker, stockbroker, insurance executive and history enthusiast who bought the property in northwest Carroll County for $1.3 million last fall.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | August 10, 2003
The buildings at Terra Rubra, the Carroll County homestead that was the birthplace of Francis Scott Key, are being opened to the public for the first time in decades. New owner William F. Chaney is opening the freshly renovated home for public tours today and the next two Sundays. "I - my sons and I - own the home, but I really feel like it belongs to the county and the state and the country," said Chaney, a retired banker, stockbroker, insurance executive and history enthusiast who bought the property in northwest Carroll County for $1.3 million last fall.
NEWS
January 11, 2004
On January 7, 2004 SANDRA E. MOORE, loving daughter of Bertha Samuel and Charles Scipio. She is also survived by six sisters Charlena Scipio, Lula Scipio- Morris, Lori Ann Scipio, Janice Scipio, Jackie Scipio-Sweets and Terra Scipio, three brothers Charles Allen, Demonshay and Kederick Scipio and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the FAMILY OWNED MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST INC., 4300 Wabash Avenue on Sunday after 9 A.M. where family will receive friends on Monday at 11:30 A. M followed by funeral services at 12 noon.
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
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
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | January 5, 2003
Gone are the modern light fixtures, the wall-to-wall carpeting and the garish paint. Soon to go are the concrete walkways and basement floor. The overhead power lines will be buried. "It's expensive, I know, but they didn't have wires then, and I won't have them now," said William F. Chaney, the new owner of a Carroll County homestead that is linked to one of the most celebrated events in U.S. history. "New is not what you want in this house." "This house" is Terra Rubra, birthplace of Francis Scott Key. Chaney, a retired insurance executive who recently paid $1.3 million for the two-story, four-bedroom home and the 149 acres that surround it, is determined to remove the modern intrusions - and eventually open it for tours.
FEATURES
By Stephanie Shapiro | January 8, 1995
Lost and found with Mary and BuddyInside La Terra, what was once lost is found: An old truck inner tube has been recycled into a swing resembling a horse. Wax that dripped from one candle is now part of another. And old suit vests form the top of whimsical jumpers with flouncy skirts, pieced together, of course, from hand-me-down fabrics.In late October, Mary DeMarco, 35, and husband Buddy Wolfe, 37, opened La Terra on the site of their Hampden costume-jewelry design business. At first, they worried, "What if nobody comes in here?"
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