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Orioles get a boost; now it's Toronto or bust

The Orioles came from behind twice on Wednesday night, first erasing a four-run deficit in the third inning and then tying the game in the ninth on a dramatic two-run home run by second baseman Jonathan Schoop. Chris Davis finished the job with a truly mammoth home run in the 11th to end their...

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  • Local body painter explores the art of healing

    Local body painter explores the art of healing

    During her pregnancy, Amber Blose had been touching her belly whenever the baby moved, counting the weeks to his arrival. But her son, Cameron, was in her arms a lot sooner than anticipated. Born prematurely, he died at 9 days old in April 2011.

  • Maryland weddings

    Maryland weddings

    Browse photos of recent Maryland weddings -- from traditional church ceremonies to quirky, Baltimore-themed celebrations. To read more about each couple's story, go to baltimoresun.com/weddings. Just wedded? Email your wedding details to weddings@baltsun.com.

  • Fashion 5: Topshop at Nordstrom and more

    Fashion 5: Topshop at Nordstrom and more

    What’s hot right now in the Baltimore area.

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  • If Sandy Hook didn't change gun laws, nothing will

    If Sandy Hook didn't change gun laws, nothing will

    You frequently find fortune cookie aphorisms, yes, but it's not often that you find searing insight within Twitter's 140-character confines. Which is why a June tweet from one Dan Hodges -- his profile describes him as a British political commentator -- stood out.

  • Discovering Twitter's purpose

    Discovering Twitter's purpose

    I'm 27 years old — and probably should have figured this out already — yet I've just realized how cool Twitter is.

  • HUD: 50 years of straying from its mission

    HUD: 50 years of straying from its mission

    Describing the need to establish the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson said "our cities and our new urban age must not be symbols of a sordid society."

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