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By David Nitkin | July 24, 2005
William Wingo Occupation: Pastor of Chestnut Grove African Methodist Episcopal Church in Street, Harford County. In the news: Wingo organized demonstrations on street corners near the exclusive Elkridge Club, which straddles the Baltimore city-county line, every morning last week. He hired the homeless to display signs demanding that the club accept black members, which it has not done in its 127-year history, and has created a Web log, www.powerspeaks.blogspot.com, to discuss the issue.
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June 16, 2007
On June 14, 2007 LOUIS R. WINGO, SR., of Arnold, MD., loving husband of Rose Mary Wingo, beloved father of Tina Teddicord and Louis R. Wingo, Jr., devoted grandfather of three grandchildren and one late great-grandson. Visitation at BARRANCO & SONS, P.A. SEVERNA PARK FUNERAL HOME, Ritchie Hwy and Robinson Rd. on Sunday, June 17, 2007 from 6 to 8 P.M. A Service will be held at Barranco & Sons Funeral Home on Monday, June 18, 2007 at 11:30 A.M. Interment will follow at Maryland Veterans Cemetery in Crownsville.
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NEWS
June 16, 2007
On June 14, 2007 LOUIS R. WINGO, SR., of Arnold, MD., loving husband of Rose Mary Wingo, beloved father of Tina Teddicord and Louis R. Wingo, Jr., devoted grandfather of three grandchildren and one late great-grandson. Visitation at BARRANCO & SONS, P.A. SEVERNA PARK FUNERAL HOME, Ritchie Hwy and Robinson Rd. on Sunday, June 17, 2007 from 6 to 8 P.M. A Service will be held at Barranco & Sons Funeral Home on Monday, June 18, 2007 at 11:30 A.M. Interment will follow at Maryland Veterans Cemetery in Crownsville.
NEWS
November 29, 2006
On November 23, 2006, HAZEL JUANITA HILL GIVENS, devoted mother of Juanita Wingo and M. Marie Givens. On Thursday, the family will receive friends from 11 to 11:30 A.M., with interment to follow at Arbutus Memorial Park. Inquiries to 410-433-7500.
NEWS
November 29, 2006
On November 23, 2006, HAZEL JUANITA HILL GIVENS, devoted mother of Juanita Wingo and M. Marie Givens. On Thursday, the family will receive friends from 11 to 11:30 A.M., with interment to follow at Arbutus Memorial Park. Inquiries to 410-433-7500.
NEWS
By Wiley A. Hall 3rd | September 11, 1990
Don Quixote tilted at windmills.The Rev. William Wingo has taken on profanity."You can't be serious!" I exclaimed, for we seem to live in a hopelessly profane world."
FEATURES
By Lou Cedrone | December 26, 1991
Barbra Streisand has performed a minor miracle, of sorts, with "Prince of Tides." As a director, she has extracted from Nick Nolte the best performance of his career.Nolte has always done well, but here he is required to be more than one-dimensional. He responds with a performance that is admirable in all areas.So is the film. Streisand, who also stars in the film, is a bit self-indulgent in the love scenes, but in all other respects this is a splendid movie version of an excellent novel.
NEWS
By HELEN CHAPPELL | November 10, 1993
Oysterback, Maryland. -- I was up on the counter chalking up the White Meatloaf Special on the blackboard the other day when I heard the clang of 15 pounds of gold jewelry and Litey Clash walked in.Now, no matter what people may say, I, Desiree Grinch, proprietor of the Blue Crab Tavern (****, Guide Michelin) have nothing against Litey, or that watering hole he chairs down in Wingo, Virginia, the Dew Drop Inn. If someone wants a crabcake about the size of a baby's fist deep fried in a hogshead of grease and served with a side of vegetables boiled until they're olive drab, I almost always recommend the Dew Drop.
NEWS
By Shirley Leung and Shirley Leung,Sun Staff Writer | May 23, 1995
Vicky Overbeck and Linda Wingo have done what many people would like to do: turn their hobbies into full-time jobs.Ms. Overbeck, a former paralegal for the U.S. Department of the Interior, and Mrs. Wingo, a former administrative assistant, traded in their desk jobs to spend their days sawing, sanding, painting and peddling crafts."
FEATURES
By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Sun Film Critic | December 25, 1991
There's no doubt that Barbra Streisand's "Prince of Tides" is hugely entertaining in that grand, old-movie way. I watched it raptly, even though I despised it.It's crass, vain and manipulative; it's also broad, moving, absorbing and passionate. It's like La Streisand herself: bigger than life, sweller than life, louder than life, lifier than life.Derived from a novel of the same name by the poor man's William Styron, Pat Conroy, it's fundamentally an orchestration of elaborate victimization fantasies.
NEWS
By David Nitkin | July 24, 2005
William Wingo Occupation: Pastor of Chestnut Grove African Methodist Episcopal Church in Street, Harford County. In the news: Wingo organized demonstrations on street corners near the exclusive Elkridge Club, which straddles the Baltimore city-county line, every morning last week. He hired the homeless to display signs demanding that the club accept black members, which it has not done in its 127-year history, and has created a Web log, www.powerspeaks.blogspot.com, to discuss the issue.
NEWS
By Shirley Leung and Shirley Leung,Sun Staff Writer | May 23, 1995
Vicky Overbeck and Linda Wingo have done what many people would like to do: turn their hobbies into full-time jobs.Ms. Overbeck, a former paralegal for the U.S. Department of the Interior, and Mrs. Wingo, a former administrative assistant, traded in their desk jobs to spend their days sawing, sanding, painting and peddling crafts."
NEWS
By HELEN CHAPPELL | November 10, 1993
Oysterback, Maryland. -- I was up on the counter chalking up the White Meatloaf Special on the blackboard the other day when I heard the clang of 15 pounds of gold jewelry and Litey Clash walked in.Now, no matter what people may say, I, Desiree Grinch, proprietor of the Blue Crab Tavern (****, Guide Michelin) have nothing against Litey, or that watering hole he chairs down in Wingo, Virginia, the Dew Drop Inn. If someone wants a crabcake about the size of a baby's fist deep fried in a hogshead of grease and served with a side of vegetables boiled until they're olive drab, I almost always recommend the Dew Drop.
SPORTS
By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,Contributing Writer | February 12, 1993
One road to the state Class 3A semifinals at Cole Field House will be going through Walbrook.The No. 3 Warriors all but assured themselves of the home-court edge for the Region III playoffs and wrapped up first place in the Maryland Scholastic Association Gamper Conference 3A-2A Division with a 66-63 victory over visiting and No. 6 Southwestern yesterday.Sophomore forward Travone Broadway scored 17 points, including a free throw with 32 seconds remaining in regulation to give Walbrook (16-2, 13-1)
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | March 11, 1992
The jury that convicted Brian Jordan of murdering a Columbia woman must now decide if he should be sentenced to death for the April 1990 slaying of Pamela Mary Barker.The sentencing phase of the case isto begin today, following the jury's verdict Monday that Jordan is guilty of first-degree murder in Barker's death.Jordan's conviction comes nearly two years after Barker, 44, a program analyst with the Health Care Financing Administration, was found stabbed to death in the bedroom of her ransacked home in the 9700 block of Basket Ring Road.
SPORTS
By Bill Free | February 1, 1992
Walbrook was out to join some pretty select company yesterday with visions of upsetting Southern in a first-place showdown in the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference Division II.Only four teams -- all ranked in the national top 10 -- have beaten the Bulldogs this season.But it never happened for Walbrook, ranked No. 5 in The Baltimore Sun poll, even though the Warriors had No. 2 Southern on the ropes twice early in their matchup before losing, 63-52, at Southern.Walbrook bolted to a 15-7 lead in the first quarter and got a big break midway through the second quarter when Southern's big man, Abdul Brown, collected his fourth foul.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr | December 21, 1991
For Walbrook, ranked No. 3 in The Baltimore Sun high school basketball poll, things can't get much tighter.Yesterday's Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference Division II game against No. 6 Towson Catholic was the Warriors' seventh in the last eight days, thanks to a quirk in the schedule. It also was their third come-from-behind victory in that span, thanks to forward Jermaine Porter.Porter's baseline jumper with 5 seconds left gave host Walbrook its first lead since early in the game and a 66-65 win."
SPORTS
By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,Contributing Writer | February 12, 1993
One road to the state Class 3A semifinals at Cole Field House will be going through Walbrook.The No. 3 Warriors all but assured themselves of the home-court edge for the Region III playoffs and wrapped up first place in the Maryland Scholastic Association Gamper Conference 3A-2A Division with a 66-63 victory over visiting and No. 6 Southwestern yesterday.Sophomore forward Travone Broadway scored 17 points, including a free throw with 32 seconds remaining in regulation to give Walbrook (16-2, 13-1)
FEATURES
By New York Times News Service | January 22, 1992
From the pompous Dr. Leo Marvin portrayed by Richard Dreyfuss in "What About Bob?" to the suave but murderous Dr. Hannibal Lecter in "The Silence of the Lambs," psychiatrists on film suffered from an image problem in 1991. Not the least of the notable doctors is Dr. Susan Lowenstein, the psychiatrist played by Barbra Streisand in "The Prince of Tides."In the film, based on a Pat Conroy novel, Dr. Lowenstein becomes romantically involved with Tom Wingo (Nick Nolte), a Southerner who comes to New York after his sister, Savannah (Melinda Dillon)
FEATURES
By New York Times | January 22, 1992
From the pompous Dr. Leo Marvin portrayed by Richard Dreyfuss in "What About Bob?" to the suave but murderous Dr. Hannibal Lecter in "The Silence of the Lambs," psychiatrists on film suffered from an image problem in 1991. Not the least of the notable doctors is Dr. Susan Lowenstein, the psychiatrist played by Barbra Streisand in "The Prince of Tides."In the film, based on a Pat Conroy novel, Dr. Lowenstein becomes romantically involved with Tom Wingo (Nick Nolte), a Southerner who comes to New York after his sister, a patient of the psychiatrist, attempts suicide.
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