February 28, 2013
Princeton's Forest Sonnenfeldt will miss the season after an ankle injury that required surgery, a team spokesman said. The attackman had 17 goals and six assists as a junior in 2012. In addition, junior attackman Will Himler and junior defenseman Rob Posniewski did not play against Hofstra on Saturday. Both were hurt but are not expected to miss significant time. Senior attackman Luke Armour and sophomore attackman Brendan DeTommaso also did not play against Hofstra. They are not injured, the spokesman said.
April 3, 1992
Free assistance to people qualifying for the federal earned income credit will be offered the next two Saturdays by the University of Baltimore Professional Accounting Society, in conjunction with the United Way and Maryland Committee for Children.Those who are eligible for the federal reimbursement have one or more children and earned income not exceeding $21,250.The help in obtaining the earned income credit will be provided from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow, and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 11, in the university's Charles Hall, Room 137, at the intersection of Charles Street and Mount Royal Avenue.
October 3, 1996
Yesterday's Live section listed the wrong phone number for information on the Leon Fleisher concert at Shriver Hall on Sunday at 7: 30 p.m. The correct number is (410) 516-7164.The Sun regrets the errors.Piano great and local favorite Leon Fleisher will be performing at Johns Hopkins University's Shriver Hall this Sunday.In the program are works by Bach, Takacs, Sessions, Kirchner, ** Saxton, Lipatti, Hasse, Blumenfeld and Godowsky.The concert is Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at Shriver Hall at Johns Hopkins University, 3400 N. Charles St. Tickets are $21-$25 general admission; $11-$13 students.
July 4, 1999
The spirit of Independence Day continues later this week when Towson University's Maryland Arts Festival presents a musical based on a highly American theme -- the immigrant experience.With a book by Joseph Stein ("Fiddler on the Roof") and a score by Charles Strouse ("Annie") and Stephen Schwartz ("Godspell"), "Rags: Children of the Wind" sounded promising when it opened on Broadway in 1986. And indeed, the score is absolutely lush.But the Broadway production suffered from various problems, including a confusing plot, and the show closed after only four performances.
September 30, 2011
A public wake and funeral program for retired city educators Donald and Jennye Patterson, who died at their Northwest Baltimore home in a fire Wednesday, will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Morgan State University Concert Hall, 1700 E. Cold Spring Lane. Mr. Patterson, who was in his late 70s, had been an assistant superintendent in the city school system. His 83-year-old wife was the assistant principal at Greenspring Junior High School. firstname.lastname@example.org Text NEWS to 70701 to get Baltimore Sun local news text alerts
November 25, 1999
The severely economical forms of Inuit sculpture are highly refined -- even elegant -- in their placement of geometric and representational designs."Transformations: Inuit Art of Nunavut" is an exhibition of works by more than 100 Inuit artists in honor of the newly created autonomous Inuit homeland of Nunavut, which means "our land," in Canada's arctic region. The show at Salisbury State University's Fulton Hall Gallery runs through Dec. 19.The Fulton Hall Gallery is on the campus of Salisbury State University in Salisbury.
February 23, 1995
Noted New York artist Alfred Leslie will give a talk titled "Some New Work and Some Old History" at 7:30 tonight at Towson State University's concert hall.Leslie first became known in the 1950s as a member of the "second generation" of abstract expressionists in New York. In the 1960s, he switched to realism, producing monumental-sized portraits such as his own self-portrait -- 9-by-6 feet -- which is in the collection of New York's Whitney Museum. He has also worked in drawing, printmaking, filmmaking and other disciplines, and in 1960 was co-director of a well-known beat generation film called "Pull My Daisy.
February 26, 1995
MARYLAND WOMEN (10-15) at No. 6 VIRGINIA (22-3)Site: University Hall, Charlottesville, Va.Time: NoonOutlook: Maryland (2-13 in the Atlantic Coast Conference) has lost seven in a row and is 3-7 on the road. Freshman forward Stephanie Cross leads the Terps in scoring (11.1), averaging 24 minutes off the bench. Virginia (15-0) is attempting to become the first ACC team to finish 16-0 in the league. The Cavaliershave won 11 straight and have allowed more than 70 points once in the past 13 games.
August 25, 2005
NOW OR NEVER Explore the culture of Taiwan at the program "Lion Dance and Drums," presented by the Hung-Sheng Lion Dance Theater of Taiwan, Saturday at Towson University's Stephens Hall Theatre. Costumed members of the troupe will present acrobatics, dancing, rhythmic drumming and more. Acts will include "Glowing Night Dragon," "Walking Lion Gong and Drum Dance" and "Grab the Green," lion dances, dragon dances, temple rituals and more. "Lion Dance and Drums" takes place at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Towson University, Stephens Hall Theatre, 8000 York Road, Towson.