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October 10, 2008
On October 8, 2008, WALTER. Visitation 2140 N. Fulton Avenue, Sunday 2 to 6 P.M. Family will receive friends in the chapel Monday 10 A.M. Funeral to follow at 10:30 A.M.
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October 10, 2008
On October 8, 2008, WALTER. Visitation 2140 N. Fulton Avenue, Sunday 2 to 6 P.M. Family will receive friends in the chapel Monday 10 A.M. Funeral to follow at 10:30 A.M.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By ELIZABETH LARGE | November 18, 1994
The Sir Walter Raleigh Inn in the Hunt Valley Mall closed Sunday; look for its replacement to open in the early spring. The Turtle Bay Bar and Grill will be a T.G.I. Friday's type of bar-restaurant, offering casual American food and an expanded bar.* It's getting so you can't have a bookstore without having a coffee bar in it. Greetings & Readings went so far as to enclose its sidewalk and build the G & R Espresso Cafe, what owner Steven Baum calls "a Seattle-style coffee bar." When it opens next Friday , it will offer specialty coffee drinks; all sorts of desserts, including pies and cheesecakes; bagels; scones; muffins and breakfast pastries.
FEATURES
By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | October 12, 2007
Elizabeth: The Golden Age is one tinny movie. It renders the bloody climax of Queen Elizabeth I's rivalry with her Catholic cousin, Mary, Queen of Scots, and Britain's defeat of the Spanish Armada as an upbeat Protestant passion play. The Virgin Queen of England, Elizabeth (Cate Blanchett), unsullied except for a single kiss from Sir Walter Raleigh (Clive Owen), rallies her country against the rabidly Catholic Philip II of Spain with the help of handsome, glittering armor she might have filched from that Catholic and bitterly anti-British saint, Joan of Arc. Director Shekhar Kapur, who made the leap from Bombay to bombast nine years ago with Elizabeth, continues her crowd-pleasing saga.
FEATURES
By Mary Maushard | December 19, 1991
As the waitress passed the prime rib under my husband's nose and set the sizzling plate in front of him, he inhaled and found the aroma familiar.It took him a few moments, but the memory came back. The aroma was from Hunt's Restaurant, a bar more than anything else, in his hometown in southern Illinois.He hadn't been to Hunt's in six years, shortly before it became a parking lot. On the few occasions we've been back since, we've driven by, lamenting the demise of the home of what my husband considered the best prime rib he'd ever eaten, and he'd eaten a good deal of it at Hunt's.
NEWS
By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,London Bureau | April 3, 1993
LONDON -- St. Margaret's, the white church with the blue sundial on its tower, sits in the shadow of the soaring Westminster Abbey, across the street from the Houses of Parliament, and thus at the vortex of the cyclone of tourism that hits London each year.And this church has much to offer. It was founded in the 12th century. John Milton, Samuel Pepys and Winston Churchill were married here. William Caxton, who brought printing to England, is buried here. And Sir Walter Raleigh.Well, not entirely.
NEWS
By Sherry Joe and Sherry Joe,Staff Writer | December 15, 1993
An Ellicott City car dealership will expand part of its operation by next May to the site of the Sir Walter Raleigh Inn, which closed last month.Nissan West will move from 8594 Baltimore National Pike to the former restaurant site at 8569 Baltimore National Pike, next to Nissan West's parent company, Acura West.Nissan West and Acura West are owned by Gerald Maizlish, who has been looking to expand the Nissan West operation since he bought it from Major Motors in June, said Mark Kahler, operations manager for Acura West and Nissan West.
FEATURES
By MARY MAUSHARD and MARY MAUSHARD,The Evening Sun China Chefs, The Sun Roland Park Cafe, The Sunday Sun | January 11, 1992
Sir Walter Raleigh,Sir Walter Raleigh, White Marsh Mall, 256-3000. Sir Walter Raleigh offers little on the outside to hint at the good food inside. I've often walked past its entrance on my way into the mall without paying much attention. But inside, a fireplace glows in the clubby cocktail lounge and the main dining room is large, with plants and slowly turning fans. The encyclopedic salad bar offers Caesar salad, fresh fruit, more than half a dozen dressings and just about anything you'd want to put atop exceptionally fresh lettuce.
FEATURES
By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | October 12, 2007
Elizabeth: The Golden Age is one tinny movie. It renders the bloody climax of Queen Elizabeth I's rivalry with her Catholic cousin, Mary, Queen of Scots, and Britain's defeat of the Spanish Armada as an upbeat Protestant passion play. The Virgin Queen of England, Elizabeth (Cate Blanchett), unsullied except for a single kiss from Sir Walter Raleigh (Clive Owen), rallies her country against the rabidly Catholic Philip II of Spain with the help of handsome, glittering armor she might have filched from that Catholic and bitterly anti-British saint, Joan of Arc. Director Shekhar Kapur, who made the leap from Bombay to bombast nine years ago with Elizabeth, continues her crowd-pleasing saga.
NEWS
By Norris P. West and Norris P. West,Evening Sun Staff | July 31, 1991
Steven McClure used to think his Bare Bones restaurant was safe on the U.S. 40 corridor in Ellicott City. The only time his silent alarm system had ever gone off was when an employee accidentally tripped the button.BTC But McClure now worries that his suburban location no longer is the safe haven it used to be. Two armed robberies of restaurants nearby within a four-day period have changed his thinking."We've felt safe for a long time because we were out here," he said yesterday, moments after Howard County police Sgt. David Richards left him with a few tips on crime prevention.
ENTERTAINMENT
By ELIZABETH LARGE | November 18, 1994
The Sir Walter Raleigh Inn in the Hunt Valley Mall closed Sunday; look for its replacement to open in the early spring. The Turtle Bay Bar and Grill will be a T.G.I. Friday's type of bar-restaurant, offering casual American food and an expanded bar.* It's getting so you can't have a bookstore without having a coffee bar in it. Greetings & Readings went so far as to enclose its sidewalk and build the G & R Espresso Cafe, what owner Steven Baum calls "a Seattle-style coffee bar." When it opens next Friday , it will offer specialty coffee drinks; all sorts of desserts, including pies and cheesecakes; bagels; scones; muffins and breakfast pastries.
NEWS
By Sherry Joe and Sherry Joe,Staff Writer | December 15, 1993
An Ellicott City car dealership will expand part of its operation by next May to the site of the Sir Walter Raleigh Inn, which closed last month.Nissan West will move from 8594 Baltimore National Pike to the former restaurant site at 8569 Baltimore National Pike, next to Nissan West's parent company, Acura West.Nissan West and Acura West are owned by Gerald Maizlish, who has been looking to expand the Nissan West operation since he bought it from Major Motors in June, said Mark Kahler, operations manager for Acura West and Nissan West.
NEWS
By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,London Bureau | April 3, 1993
LONDON -- St. Margaret's, the white church with the blue sundial on its tower, sits in the shadow of the soaring Westminster Abbey, across the street from the Houses of Parliament, and thus at the vortex of the cyclone of tourism that hits London each year.And this church has much to offer. It was founded in the 12th century. John Milton, Samuel Pepys and Winston Churchill were married here. William Caxton, who brought printing to England, is buried here. And Sir Walter Raleigh.Well, not entirely.
FEATURES
By MARY MAUSHARD and MARY MAUSHARD,The Evening Sun China Chefs, The Sun Roland Park Cafe, The Sunday Sun | January 11, 1992
Sir Walter Raleigh,Sir Walter Raleigh, White Marsh Mall, 256-3000. Sir Walter Raleigh offers little on the outside to hint at the good food inside. I've often walked past its entrance on my way into the mall without paying much attention. But inside, a fireplace glows in the clubby cocktail lounge and the main dining room is large, with plants and slowly turning fans. The encyclopedic salad bar offers Caesar salad, fresh fruit, more than half a dozen dressings and just about anything you'd want to put atop exceptionally fresh lettuce.
FEATURES
By Mary Maushard | December 19, 1991
As the waitress passed the prime rib under my husband's nose and set the sizzling plate in front of him, he inhaled and found the aroma familiar.It took him a few moments, but the memory came back. The aroma was from Hunt's Restaurant, a bar more than anything else, in his hometown in southern Illinois.He hadn't been to Hunt's in six years, shortly before it became a parking lot. On the few occasions we've been back since, we've driven by, lamenting the demise of the home of what my husband considered the best prime rib he'd ever eaten, and he'd eaten a good deal of it at Hunt's.
NEWS
By Norris P. West and Norris P. West,Evening Sun Staff | July 31, 1991
Steven McClure used to think his Bare Bones restaurant was safe on the U.S. 40 corridor in Ellicott City. The only time his silent alarm system had ever gone off was when an employee accidentally tripped the button.BTC But McClure now worries that his suburban location no longer is the safe haven it used to be. Two armed robberies of restaurants nearby within a four-day period have changed his thinking."We've felt safe for a long time because we were out here," he said yesterday, moments after Howard County police Sgt. David Richards left him with a few tips on crime prevention.
NEWS
March 11, 2009
DAVID S. PHELPS, 79 Noted archaeologist David S. Phelps, the archaeologist who unearthed a 16th-century gold signet ring while exploring ties between native people and the doomed English colonists who first tried to settle the Outer Banks of what is now North Carolina, died Feb. 21 in Fort Pierce, Fla., the Virginian-Pilot reported. The ring proved to have no apparent link to the 1587 English colony that vanished from Roanoke Island, but it was the first evidence that Sir Walter Raleigh's explorers had contacts with the Indians.
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