Mary Mara
American actor
Mary Mara
Mary Mara is an American TV and film actress from Syracuse, New York known for her recurring role as Inspector Bryn Carson on Nash Bridges and primetime dramas ER and Law & Order. She also appeared in Mr. Saturday Night.
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Former Woodridge Legal Secretary Pleads Guilty to Stealing $550,000 From DG Law Firm
Downers Grove Patch - over 4 years
A Woodridge woman plead guilty Thursday to stealing more than $550,000 from a Downers Grove law firm where she worked as a secretary, according to the DuPage County State's Attorney's Office.  Mary Marra, 44, of the 3000 block of 63rd Street, plead guilty to two counts of theft in excess of $100,000 and one count of continuing financial crimes enterprise. Both are felony charges.  Marra allegedly embezzled $551,662.66 through a scheme she was able to keep hidden from her employers for more than five years, according to a press release. Beginning in December 2002, Marra employed several different methods to commit the thefts, including writing herself unauthorized checks from bank accounts controlled by the law firm and forging her employer’s signature on other checks written out to her. Marra also wrote herself checks from the estate of one of the law firm’s clients. In February, 2008, the bank notified the company of a recent overdraft. An internal company audit followed r ...
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Former Legal Secretary Takes Plea in $550K Theft From Suburban Chicago Law Firm
ABA Journal - over 4 years
A former legal secretary at an unidentified law firm in suburban Chicago has taken a plea in a felony theft case. Mary Marra has pleaded guilty to two charges and made $100,000 restitution to the Downers Grove legal practice, the Chicago Tribune reports. Prosecutors said she began taking money in 2002 by writing unauthorized checks to herself from a client's estate and forging signatures. A bounced check in 2008 alerted the firm that something was amiss, and an audit revealed a bigger issue. "For several years she treated her employer’s bank accounts as her own personal ATM machine, taking money…
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Somebody's Mom: Marinated Artichokes
Darien Patch - almost 5 years
A couple of years ago my husband and I went to Italy. During our visit we went to the Abruzzi region on the east coast of Italy bordering on the Adriatic Sea. There we visited the birthplace of my grandfather, Giuseppe (Joseph), in San Valentino and my husband’s grandmother, Mary, in Giulianova. These places turned out to be about 20 minutes away from each other. The funny thing about all of this is that our grandparents left Italy separately and settled in New York. Years later their grandchildren meet and marry and never knew their families came from the same area of Italy. I would have never known if I didn’t research my family history. Two years before our trip to Italy, I discovered where my grandfather was born. I just find it so interesting that life is a full circle, and we meet people who we are meant to be with. I only wish that our grandparents lived long enough for us to have told them that we were connected to Abruzzi together. The reason I am writing this story i ...
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White Powder Found in Avon Was Sodium Bicarbonate
Farmington; Patch - almost 5 years
Update, 5:36 p.m. The Avon police and fire department responded to reports of an unknown white powder left in an employee's purse at the Farmington Valley Diagnostic Center in Avon on 2:18 p.m. Wednesday. The Regional Hazmat Team was activated and tested the powder, finding it to be baking soda. No arrests have been made at this time School was already over there and at Avon Middle School next door. Students were dismissed at the diagnostics center before emergency personnel arrived, but remaining staff members in the building were evacuated. Superintendent Gary Mala visited the middle school late afternoon to check in on the situation and Principal Marco Famiglietti said that they were not asked to evacuate or go into lockdown. Update, 4:41 p.m. Lacrosse practice and talent show reheasal went on as usual at Avon Middle School went on as usual Wednesday despite a HAZMAT investigation at Farmington Valley Diagnostic Center next door. The middle school was not pla ...
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Freshman Nida Shaikh Serves As Superintendent for the Day
Avon Patch - almost 5 years
When Avon High School freshman Nida Shaikh first got in the car with Avon Superintendent Gary Mala for her stint as Superintendent for the Day, she already had one question: "I was like, so, Mr. Mala. What powers do I get?" Shaikh asked. Shaikh, who grew up in Syracuse, NY, and has lived in Avon for five years, said she won the opportunity through an online auction at a gala, an Avon Education Foundation and PTO fundraiser. "I was literally jumping up and down because I thought it would be a cool and fun experience," Shaikh said. This was the first time Avon schools offered someone the chance to walk in the superintendent's shoes. "I just reflected on a way to allow students an opportunity to see different parts of how school districts operate, and I just have this commitment to maintaining as much contact with students over the course of my works, as possible," Mala said. Shaikh, mathematician and artist extraordinaire, would soon learn how busy a superintendent is. Her ...
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Counties rebuffed in attempts to see names of female inmates in sexual ... - Daily Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Changes to Oakland County's computer systems since the 1990s and other issues related to recordkeeping made putting together a complete list difficult, said Mary Mara, assistant corporation counsel for Oakland County. "We cannot, from a practical
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Mara, Rooney - Irish Central
Google News - almost 6 years
Since landing her first small role in a 2005 film called Urban Legends: Bloody Mary, Mara has made impressive strides. She landed her first starring role as Nancy in the 2010 remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street, and played Facebook founder Mark
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Movie Guide and Film Series
NYTimes - about 9 years
MOVIES Ratings and running times are in parentheses; foreign films have English subtitles. Full reviews of all current releases, movie trailers, showtimes and tickets: nytimes.com/movies. 'ACROSS THE UNIVERSE' (PG-13, 2:11) Julie Taymor's gorgeous musical fantasia uses 33 Beatles songs, along with a fantastic array of masks, puppets and special
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'UNDOING'; Forget It, Jake, It's Koreatown
NYTimes - about 9 years
''Undoing,'' by the writer and director Chris Chan Lee, buries a potentially haunting pulp thriller beneath flashy tics. Sung Kang plays Sam Kim, who returns to Los Angeles one year after his best friend, Joon (Leonardo Nam), got Sam involved in a criminal scheme with a drug-dealing policewoman (Mary Mara) and paid with his life. Sam wants justice,
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Will That No-Nonsense Dr. Gideon Be Returning for More House Calls?
NYTimes - almost 16 years
In the last few months, Ben Gideon -- an uncompromising doctor at a Boston hospital, brought fiercely to life by André Braugher -- has treated patients with cancer, hemophilia and congenital deafness. He nearly discovered a miracle cure for the lung cancer of his chief resident's father, a hard-living charmer played by Billy Dee Williams with a
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FILM REVIEW; Lawyer Errs On the Side Of Angels
NYTimes - about 18 years
In ''A Civil Action,'' the self-interested lawyer played by John Travolta gets a speeding ticket that changes his life. As Jan Schlichtmann, on whose bruising experiences the best-selling book by Jonathan Harr was based, Mr. Travolta gets stopped while racing his Porsche back to Boston from Woburn, Mass. He has just disappointed a group of decent,
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WEDDINGS;Kathleen Mara, Mark Morehouse
NYTimes - almost 21 years
Kathleen Mary Mara, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wellington T. Mara of Rye, N.Y., was married on Friday to Mark Warren Morehouse, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Morehouse of Helena, Mont. The Rev. Mark Connolly performed the ceremony at the Roman Catholic Church of the Resurrection in Rye. Mrs. Morehouse is an assistant merchandiser in the Halston
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Review/Theater: Kindertransport; Another Perspective On the Holocaust
NYTimes - almost 23 years
Just as there are earnest, hard-working people who make their contributions to society without flash or fanfare, there are earnest, hard-working plays. Diane Samuels's "Kindertransport" is one of them. It will never be thought earthshaking or innovative, but it has something worthwhile to say and does so with an honest competency. You won't go away
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Review/Theater; Parents-to-Be Regress to Childhood
NYTimes - almost 24 years
Lesbian motherhood is increasingly a subject of public interest, if not general acceptance. Paula Vogel, the author of "The Baltimore Waltz," scrutinizes this provocative issue in "And Baby Makes Seven," which opened last night at the Lucille Lortel Theater. In the play, a menage a trois awaits the imminent birth of a baby. The expectant mother
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Review/Film; All You Need Is Love, Plus a Good Antidote
NYTimes - over 24 years
Dale Launer, the man who wrote the hilarious "Ruthless People," "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" and "My Cousin Vinny," makes his debut as what Hollywood calls a "hyphenate" (writer and director) with "Love Potion No. 9," the kind of comedy you can outrun at a walk. Given the premise, which is said to be inspired by the song by Jerry Leiber and Mike
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Billy Crystal, in Directorial Debut, Stars as Obnoxious Stand-Up Comic
NYTimes - over 24 years
"Mr. Saturday Night" starts out by letting the audience know exactly what, or whom, it is up against: Buddy Young Jr., a corrosively funny stand-up comic who will stop at nothing for the sake of a laugh. Buddy's brand of humor is so emphatically in-your-face that he feels equally free deriding close relatives ("my daughter, the paper cut") and
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Review/Theater; In the Impressionist Era, Women Were Artists, Too
NYTimes - almost 25 years
They were wives, models and mistresses and they were also artists, but the women who were among the early Impressionist painters were often slighted by their peers. In her new play, "Dream of a Common Language," Heather McDonald scrutinizes this disparity in French culture in the 1870's, when artists like Berthe Morisot and Mary Cassatt were
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