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March 6, 2008
On March 4, 2008, DOROTHY CATHERINE (nee Green), beloved wife of the late Carroll I. Waltz; devoted mother of Carroll G. Waltz and his wife Carolyn, Bonnie E. Schafer and her husband Bill and Donna L. Burke and her husband Wes; dear grandmother of Laura Hudson, Jennifer Hodges, Danielle Hopkins, Jason Burke, Amy Gergel and Scott Schafer; great-grandmother of Delaney and Mackenzie Hopkins, Alex and Madison Gergel and Claire Schafer. Visiting at the Lassahn Funeral Home, Inc., 7401 Belair Road (Overlea)
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By Julia Reed | February 17, 2014
Since it opened at Savage Mill three years ago, Jeannette Kendall's charity resale boutique has received a vast assortment of donations, from skirts and sweaters to boots and handbags. But one unusual donation -- a wedding gown -- has inspired an entirely new venture for Kendall, the founder of the local nonprofit Success In Style. Kendall's newest boutique, Cherie Amour, is lined with donated wedding gowns in all styles and sizes, ready for their next jaunt down the aisle. Proceeds from the bridal shop's sales (just like Kendall's preexisting Charity's Closet and Phil's Closet shops)
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NEWS
February 25, 2003
On February 23, 2003, VIVIAN (nee Stefens) WALTZ, of Glen Arm; beloved wife of Robert G. Waltz; devoted mother of Michael K. Waltz; sister of Leona Wolf, Audrey Barnes, and Walter Stefens. Services and Interment private. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Hospice of Baltimore, 6601 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21204. Arrangements by Peaceful Alternatives Funeral and Cremation Center.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Amy Watts, For The Baltimore Sun | May 6, 2013
Tonight on “Dancing with the Stars,” each couple did two full dances. As the couples were introduced, Jacoby Jones was wearing a cowboy hat. We didn't find out why until his first routine, which turned out to be a Viennese waltz to “It's a Man's World.” And the cowboy hat is missing now. Huh. They replay Jacoby's mom yelling at Len last week. My parents are worried she might be turning voters off. We viewers love a protective mom, but we also don't like people griping or talking back to the judges too much.
NEWS
October 4, 2007
On October 2, 2007, JAMES A., beloved husband of Margaret M. Waltz (nee Becker), beloved father of Darlene Haines, Jim Waltz, Patty Garber, Cindy Leppo, Dave Waltz and Joe Waltz. Also survived by 18 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Services at Myers-Durboraw Funeral Home, 91 Willis St., Westminster, on Saturday at 10am. Interment in Evergreen Memorial Gardens, Finksburg. The Family will receive friends Friday 3-5 and 7-9pm. at the Funeral Home. Memorial contributions to ARC of Carroll County, 180 Kriders Church Road, Westminster, Md. 21157.
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By Mike Giuliano | January 12, 2012
Most of us have packed away the holiday decorations, but there's at least one more excuse to celebrate the season. Howard County's first all-professional chamber orchestra, the Orchestra of St. John's, is performing a Viennese New Year's Celebration on Sunday, Jan. 15 at 4 p.m. at St. John's Episcopal Church in Ellicott City. "This is the sort of concert that was always done around New Year's in Vienna," said the orchestra's founding artistic director, Ronald Mutchnik. "It's cold and so people want reminders of springtime in order to lift their spirits.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Amy Watts, For The Baltimore Sun | May 6, 2013
Tonight on “Dancing with the Stars,” each couple did two full dances. As the couples were introduced, Jacoby Jones was wearing a cowboy hat. We didn't find out why until his first routine, which turned out to be a Viennese waltz to “It's a Man's World.” And the cowboy hat is missing now. Huh. They replay Jacoby's mom yelling at Len last week. My parents are worried she might be turning voters off. We viewers love a protective mom, but we also don't like people griping or talking back to the judges too much.
SPORTS
By DON VITEK | June 6, 1993
Lee Waltz knows what it means to carry a high duckpin average, the improbability of posting high games every week of a 35-week season.He knows about the difficulty of concentrating on every game, every frame, every ball every time.Bowling since he was 15, the Carroll County native has spent more than half his life bowling duckpins. In the '80s when he was bowling more often, Waltz carried a 150 average.LTC Now vice-president for First America of Maryland bank, he bowls in two leagues -- the Wednesday Triples at Mount Airy lanes and the Monday Men's Triples at Thunderhead Westminster.
FEATURES
By Jay Clarke and Jay Clarke,Knight-Ridder News Service | January 9, 1994
Sometimes, you find history in the strangest places.At Vienna's venerable Greichen-beisl restaurant, founded more than 500 years ago, history is written on the ceiling. Look carefully there and you'll spot autographs of such illustrious personalities as Beethoven, Wagner, Schubert and Strauss. Mark Twain signed in large, firm strokes. Mozart's moniker looks a little squiggly, Count von Zeppelin's takes a bit of neck-stretching.Other famous names are inked into the plaster, but they're hard to decipher.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Annie Linskey | January 20, 2005
Where: The Hollywood Ballroom at 2126 Industrial Parkway in Silver Spring. When: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Why: For anyone who has seen Julie Andrews (Maria) and Christopher Plummer (Captain von Trapp) waltz in The Sound of Music, this is an obvious date choice. The Hollywood Ballroom gives a one-hour Viennese waltz lesson that is followed by open dance time in a 7,200-square- foot hall. Plenty of time to sweep somebody off his or her feet. Alternatively, if you haven't seen the movie, a cozy night at home watching it could be in order.
NEWS
By Mary Johnson, For The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2013
With her latest production, Annapolis Shakespeare Company founder and artistic director Sally Boyett-D'Angelo is expanding the young company's horizons, both artistically and physically. At a recent rehearsal of Jon Jory's adaptation of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice," Boyett-D'Angelo announced the company will soon move to recently acquired space for rehearsals, offices, a costume shop and a performance studio, at 111 Chinquapin Round Road. It's the latest advancement under Boyett-D'Angelo's guidance.
ENTERTAINMENT
Chris Kaltenbach and The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2013
Well now, that was a surprise. Waltz's win, over favored Tommy Lee Jones, surprised just about everyone -- and suggets two things: For one, it doesn't bode well for "Lincoln's" chances. And two, maybe Jones should have smiled more at those earlier awards ceremonies.
ENTERTAINMENT
Chris Kaltenbach and The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2013
Christoph Waltz, fresh off winning one of the most competetive Oscar categories in recent memory -- all five Supporting Actor nominees were previous Oscar winners -- was admittedly caught off guard when he heard his name called from the Oscar stage. Asked how he felt about winning his second Supprting Actor Oscar in three years, Waltz said simply, "Guess. " Then, he paid tribute to the competition. "I was on a list with the greatest actors around," he said backstage. "How do you think someone feels when his name is called in that context?"
BUSINESS
February 18, 2013
The weekend's NBA all star game gave halftime show junkies a fix after their Super Bowl withdrawl, Danica Patrick ran a fast qualifying lap, and Christoph Waltz shows everyone the lighter side of Hitler. Welcome to the post-weekend edition of your daily trends. The all-star game had by far the most related searches this weekend, with Kobe Bryant, Lebron James and halftime performer Alicia Keys among the big names sought by online readers.  There was also heavy interest in WWE coverage, the roster on SNL and the Walking Dead plotline.
HEALTH
By Carrie McFadden, For The Baltimore Sun | November 8, 2012
The music swelled, the big ballroom - lined on one side by a mirror - looked beautiful, and my 16-year-old daughter and I were waltzing. She led; I followed. We'd come to the Towson Dance Studio to take a lesson in ballroom and see just what it might take to learn some of the basics of social dancing. In just one class, we learned steps for the waltz, swing and fox trot. We took a group lesson with two other couples, and, sure, at first it was a little awkward. We went to the left a time or two when we should have gone right, but we caught on pretty quickly.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Jordan Bartel | May 20, 2012
Thank God for Joan and Don. Without their lunchtime escape from the office, replete with witty, sexy banter, this episode, the worst of the season, would have been pointless. Nothing else quite worked here, in what clearly was a transitional throwaway leading up to the final few episodes this season. I, for one, do not care about Lane's financial issues (though, surely him forging Don's signature on a check to pay debts will come back to bite him). Anything involving Harry is sort of blah, even though his subplot this week brought back and old friend, Paul Kinsey, who has, ahem, gone through some changes.
ENTERTAINMENT
By J. Wynn Rousuck | November 22, 1991
Ah, love! Ah, romance! Ah, the French!Jean Anouilh's "The Waltz of the Toreadors" has everything you could possibly want in a French romantic comedy -- several attempted suicides, a couple of proposed duels, a few out-and-out brawls and, oh, yes, even a kiss or two.Theatre Hopkins' season-opening production is also all you could want -- from the satin-draped boudoir to the charming costumes, on loan from the Canadian Shaw Festival. But most of the credit belongs to Suzanne Pratt, whose casting and direction are so adept, you can almost overlook the sexism underlying this 40-year-old script with its turn-of-the-century setting.
NEWS
By Mary Johnson, Special to The Baltimore Sun | January 14, 2012
For its first production of the new year, Colonial Players presents a loopy fairy-tale retelling in Don Nigro's "Cinderella Waltz" that delivers laughs and leads to rethinking what constitutes a happy ending. Prolific playwright Nigro once told the Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism that he values "emotional truths, and every play is a new investigation into truth. " Presumably, his 1978 "Cinderella Waltz" is such a philosophical search for truth by examining the choices made by his quirky fairy-tale characters.
EXPLORE
By Mike Giuliano | January 12, 2012
Most of us have packed away the holiday decorations, but there's at least one more excuse to celebrate the season. Howard County's first all-professional chamber orchestra, the Orchestra of St. John's, is performing a Viennese New Year's Celebration on Sunday, Jan. 15 at 4 p.m. at St. John's Episcopal Church in Ellicott City. "This is the sort of concert that was always done around New Year's in Vienna," said the orchestra's founding artistic director, Ronald Mutchnik. "It's cold and so people want reminders of springtime in order to lift their spirits.
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