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January 22, 2006
On January 20, 2006, TIFFANY MARIE HENNINGAN beloved daughter of David M. Henningan and Alisha M. Garrett, granddaughter of Steven E., and Margaret A. Henningan and David W. Garrett and Debbie J. Sheppard. Friends may call at ELINE FUNERAL HOME, 11824 Reisterstown Road (at Franklin Boulevard) Sunday 7 to 9 P.M. Graveside services Monday 2 P. M at All Saints Cemetery, Bond Avenue, Reisterstown. www.elinefuneralhome.com
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By Michael Dresser | February 25, 2014
Tiffany Alston, the former Prince George's County delegate who was ousted from her House seat in 2013 after a theft conviction, is running to get her old job back. Alston, a Democrat,  filed her candidacy papers Tuesday night to seek a seat in the 24th District, just minutes before the 9 p.m. deadline for getting on the ballot. The 36-year-old former lawmaker pleaded guilty in June 2012 to misconduct in office and the theft of $800 from her delegate office account to pay expenses of her law firm.
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NEWS
July 27, 2005
On July 25, 2005, TIFFANY LEIGH GILLIAM, loving daughter of Roger and Diane Gilliam, dear sister of Rebecca Ritz and Jessica Gilliam, cherished granddaughter of Elizabeth Kinlein. Also survived by numerous Aunts, Uncles and cousins. Friends may call at the family owned Burzdzinski Funeral Home, P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex, at Rt. 702 (Beltway Exit 36), on Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Services from the Essex Church of God, 500 Maryland Avenue, Essex, MD 21221 on Thursday at 11 A.M. Interment Holly Hill Memorial Gardens.
NEWS
By Andrea Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2013
Tiffany Alston, the former delegate from Prince George's County who was booted from the General Assembly last year, was disbarred Thursday. She consented to losing her license to practice law for reasons unrelated to receiving probation before judgment in criminal cases involving theft and misconduct. Last year, she was the subject of an indefinite suspension of her law license. According to the Court of Appeals order, she expressed her intent in April to disbarment. She was ordered to pay more than $7,500 to former clients.
BUSINESS
By LEON LAZAROFF and LEON LAZAROFF,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | May 28, 2006
NEW YORK -- While gold and diamond prices have softened, the commodity surge is a big reason Tiffany & Co.'s shares are down 25 percent since topping out at an intraday high of $43.80 on Nov. 28. The stock of the New York seller of expensive jewelry, watches and dishware has generally moved in the opposite direction of commodity prices. Gold hit a 26-year high of $721.50 an ounce May 11; even though it has pulled back, Tiffany's stock price hasn't seen an immediate benefit. Higher commodity prices lower Tiffany's gross margins, a measure of how efficiently a manufacturer can turn raw materials into income.
BUSINESS
By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | July 1, 2010
Tiffany & Co., the upscale jeweler known as much for its turquoise boxes as its silver jewelry and diamonds, said Thursday it will open a store this fall in the luxury wing of Towson Town Center. Tiffany will open a 3,700-square-foot store with some of the architectural elements of its flagship boutique in New York. It will feature polished marble, a stone arch at the entrance and large glass show windows. The planned opening is Sept. 3. The jeweler is opening as the economy is starting to rebound even though consumers are still skittish about spending.
FEATURES
By Anne McCollam and Anne McCollam,Copley News Service | May 1, 1994
Q: Enclosed is a picture of a lamp that I have. It looks like a Tiffany but has no markings. It is in perfect shape. Could it be a lamp he made before he became famous?Do you think it is a Tiffany lamp and what is its monetary value?A: Although this is a handsome example of a slag glass lamp with a metal overlay, it was not made by Tiffany. All Tiffany lamps were signed.In the 1890s Louis Comfort Tiffany began designing and producing lamps. The bases were bronze and the shades were made of leaded stained glass.
BUSINESS
By Andrew Leckey and Andrew Leckey,Tribune Media Services | December 17, 2006
What do you think of shares of Tiffany & Co.? The company seems to be doing the right things. R.V., via the Internet Its little blue box has contained good earnings results lately. Not many retailers can say domestic sales are being driven by purchases of items costing $20,000 or more, but that is the case with this famous jeweler. Strong U.S. results, particularly all those big-ticket purchases, have compensated for weak results in Japan. It recently reported fiscal third-quarter profits were up 23 percent, and the firm raised its full-year outlook.
FEATURES
By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,Staff Writer | February 21, 1993
A recipe was identified incorrectly in an article about Tiffan Design Director John Loring in Sunday's Food and Home section. The correct name is Chilled Fresh Pea Soup.The Sun regrets the errors.I went to a wonderful dinner party last night," John Loring said. "It was very small, but everyone had something interesting to say, and the food was simple, straightforward food, the kind of thing any of us would cook for ourselves -- only we didn't have to do the cooking this time. We were sitting there and someone looked at their watch and it was 12:20.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joanne E. Morvay and Joanne E. Morvay,Special to the Sun | March 21, 1999
From the very first time Keith White looked up and saw Tiffany Harris singing in the choir at Bethel Temple Church of Christ, he couldn't get her face out of his mind.It was July 1996, shortly after Keith moved to Baltimore from Boston. Sitting in a front pew with a friend on his first visit to the church, Keith glanced at the choir. Out of all the women raising their voices in song, it was Tiffany who immediately caught Keith's attention.Keith didn't know why he was so struck by the 20-year-old with the broad smile.
BUSINESS
By Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | February 4, 2013
As soon as the confetti dropped in New Orleans, Fred Fillah launched production of thousands of T-shirts adorned with a smiling Ray Lewis standing amid that confetti shower. "We've been printing … all night," said Fillah, president of Fanatics Only LLC, a Maryland T-shirt company licensed by the NFL Players Association. Businesses of all sizes are looking to cash in on the Ravens' success. For small-time online sellers and major international brands alike, the end of the Super Bowl means the beginning of promotional tie-ins, trying to profit from the good feelings that come along with a Super Bowl win. Tide laundry detergent, for instance, was one of the brands that invoked the Ravens during its Super Bowl commercial.
FEATURES
By L'Oreal Thompson, The Baltimore Sun and By L'Oreal Thompson, The Baltimore Sun | January 24, 2013
Wedding date: Dec. 31, 2012 Her story: Tiffany Trask, 26, grew up in Columbia and is a nurse in the Navy. Her mother, Karen, is a financial analyst and her father, Tim, is a building supervisor. His story: Jason Harriman, 30, grew up in Laurel. He is a sales representative for an Anheuser-Busch distributor. His father, Guy, is retired, and his mother, Sandra, is the vice president of development at Howard County General Hospital. Their story: Tiffany and Jason met at a happy hour in Ellicott City through mutual friends.
NEWS
By Edward Gunts, The Baltimore Sun | November 26, 2012
More than a few East Coast buildings contain a Tiffany stained-glass window or two. But one structure in Baltimore can boast much more - a complete interior created by the famed designer, Louis Comfort Tiffany. St. Mark's Lutheran Church on St. Paul Street is considered such an exceptional example of Tiffany's work that it has been recommended for designation as a Baltimore landmark. Only one other city building - the Senator Theatre - has an interior that was singled out for landmark status.
NEWS
October 16, 2012
If you are elected by the people and you are caught stealing anything in relation to that job you are entrusted with, you should go and lose your pension to boot! ("Alston must go," Oct. 13.) It amazes me that Del. Tiffany Alston can be so nervy to even suggest she might run again. It makes me think this woman was not raised right. For her to have such blatant gall is overwhelming! Please, citizens of Maryland, call, write, email, text or Twitter your elected officials and demand a law go on the books stating that any funny business financially involving their elected positions will be an automatic loss of their job and pension - and none of this admission of guilt or plea bargaining stuff, just out, end of story.
NEWS
By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | September 25, 2012
The state's highest court has indefinitely suspended Prince George's County Del. Tiffany Alston's law license for failing to properly represent a client and accounting problems at her law firm. Alston can apply to have her license reinstated but the decision offered no recommendation of when the court might be ready to reconsider its decision "This is because we do not wish to imply that merely after a certain period of time has elapsed [she] shall be considered favorably for reinstatement," Judge Mary Ellen Barbera wrote in the opinion.
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2012
Prince George's County Del. Tiffany Alston, who was to be sentenced next month after a conviction for stealing $800 from the General Assembly to pay the salary of an employee at her private law office, is expected to enter a plea next week in a second criminal case — and an end to the legal drama is likely to push the Bowie Democrat from her seat in the Legislature. Both Alston's lawyer, J. Wyndal Gordon, and Maryland State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt declined to say more Thursday than that the midafternoon negotiations that replaced a pretrial hearing in an Annapolis courtroom produced an "agreement" that would cover both criminal cases.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joanne E. Morvay and By Joanne E. Morvay,Special to the Sun | April 15, 2001
He was a basketball player at Virginia State University in Petersburg, Va. She was a cheerleader for the team. Robert Gregory Jr. and Tiffany Alston should have needed no more introduction than that. But Tiffany was on the cheerleading squad in 1997, and Robert was on the basketball team in 1998. Though they'd noticed each other around campus, the couple had never met. Fortunately, a 6-year-old cupid named Ashley came to the rescue -- with a little help from Tiffany. It was February 1998, and Ashley and Tiffany, who is friends with Ashley's mother, were at the gym while the basketball team was practicing.
EXPLORE
August 27, 2012
Tiffany L. Chan, O.D., an instructor of ophthalmology at Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins Medicine, is seeing patients at the Wilmer Eye Institute at Bel Air (formerly Parris-Castoro Eye Care Center). Chan specializes in visual function and rehabilitation to optimize the remaining sight of patients with chronic vision impairment. Chan received her undergraduate training at the University of California, Davis and her optometric degree from the University of California, Berkeley School of Optometry.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Amy Watts | August 16, 2012
"So You Think You Can Dance" is BACK, and in the three weeks since the last show I've forgotten who everybody is, which ones I like and dislike, and maybe even what dance is. The whole show tonight will be the work of just one choreographer -- the Emmy-winning Mia Michaels. So, if you've watched this show as long as I have, all of tonight's numbers will be reruns of a sort. Cat also informs us that they're cutting four dancers tonight to get us to a Top 10. It'll be a bottom six based on votes cast three weeks ago, so I hope you can remember who you wanted to go home that night.
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