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Schmuck: Chris Davis' value to Orioles about more than just power

The dramatic home run that Chris Davis launched into the stratosphere late Wednesday night probably isn't going to propel the Orioles into the postseason, but it should get people high up in the organization to ponder what next year might be like without him.


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    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 Just wedded? Email your wedding details to

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    Fashion 5: Topshop at Nordstrom and more

    What’s hot right now in the Baltimore area.

  • President Obama in Alaska

    President Obama in Alaska

    For a state used to the briefest of presidential stopovers, President Obama's extended visit to Alaska this week has been an opportunity to savor.


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  • Shattered lives

    Shattered lives

    The headline over Sunday's report on Baltimore's spike in homicides during the month of July read "45 murders in 31 days." It was a record readers of The Sun were already aware of, but we suspect too many of us viewed it with trepidation but not enough empathy. After so many years of violence,...

  • Post-Freddie Gray, two poles of Baltimore leadership

    Post-Freddie Gray, two poles of Baltimore leadership

    The return of the Freddie Gray case to center stage in Baltimore yesterday offered us personifications of the two poles of our city's experience of the last few months. In former Police Commissioner Anthony Batts, who resurfaced for a panel discussion two months after he was fired, we got a reminder...

  • The Syrian boy is the 'least brother' Jesus commanded us to care for

    The Syrian boy is the 'least brother' Jesus commanded us to care for

    A heartbreaking image of a Syrian boy was seen around the world this week. This boy should have been in pre-school, maybe kindergarten, but instead he lay dead on a beach in Turkey, drowned as his family fled the war that has devastated their country.


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