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Orioles batters have no answer for knuckleballer Wright, who throws complete game

Before the Orioles faced Red Sox knuckleballer Steven Wright on Monday afternoon, manager Buck Showalter likened hitting baseball's most unpredictable pitch to "swatting a butterfly with a needle." "Swing hard and hope you collide with it," Showalter said. As the Orioles opened an important four-game...

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  • Many uninsured still are not enrolling health plans despite Obamacare

    Many uninsured still are not enrolling health plans despite Obamacare

    Three years after the launch of the state's health insurance exchange under the Affordable Care Act, three in five of Maryland's eligible uninsured still lack coverage. Despite the state's outreach efforts — and penalties imposed on those who don't buy health plans — officials acknowledge that they...

  • As projects continue, Baltimore hotel market rebounds

    As projects continue, Baltimore hotel market rebounds

    Though travel to Baltimore declined last summer after the April riots, hotelier Khaled Said, who was planning a $14 million conversion of a former culinary college building downtown into a 101-room hotel, was undeterred. The 55-year-old has built his business working on hotels on Baltimore's outskirts,...

  • Suicide, rape and the dark side of live streaming

    Suicide, rape and the dark side of live streaming

    In an interview last month about Facebook's recent push into live-streaming video, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg repeats the word "raw" as if it's some kind of sacred totem. Facebook Live is "raw and visceral," he says. It's this "new, raw" way to communicate. Zuckerberg doesn't seem to realize...

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  • 'The Bachelorette' recap: Meet this season's villain, Chad

    'The Bachelorette' recap: Meet this season's villain, Chad

    Episode 2 of "The Bachelorette" begins "the morning after" meeting all of this season's contestants, with JoJo reminding us that she had her heart broken by Ben last season, because we definitely forgot.  James F., who smiles with his mouth closed which freaks me out, tells the camera that there...

  • 'Game of Thrones' author draws faithful crowd at Balticon 50

    'Game of Thrones' author draws faithful crowd at Balticon 50

    The one question you're not supposed to ask George R.R. Martin remained unspoken Saturday as the "Game of Thrones" author greeted hundreds of fans — he did not give any hints as to when his next book might come out. Martin was the guest of honor at this weekend's Balticon 50, the annual convention...

  • BSO brings back 'Hairspray' -- and John Waters

    BSO brings back 'Hairspray' -- and John Waters

    Edna Turnblad will be arnin' some more clothes and her likewise well-fed daughter, Tracy, will be trying out again for a spot on a TV dance show when the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra brings back a concert version of the hit musical "Hairspray" this week. Three years ago, the BSO brightened things...

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  • Don't shirk civic duty during the lazy days of summer

    Don't shirk civic duty during the lazy days of summer

    If Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer, a season for frivolity, it could also mean several months of postponing some serious decision-making as we focus on the great outdoors, crab feasts, family reunions and dream vacations. Before we tune out, keep in mind that there is no more...

  • Treat addiction as a disease not a defect

    Treat addiction as a disease not a defect

    I have followed news of Prince's death this spring with a mix of anger and insight. While the cause is still under investigation, officials suspect prescription drugs played a role; authorities found opioid medication on him when he died and in his Minnesota home. From my lengthy experience as...

  • Who cares about policy? Let the Clinton-Trump mudslinging commence

    Who cares about policy? Let the Clinton-Trump mudslinging commence

     While the contest for the presidency should focus on the candidates' qualifications to run the world's most powerful nation, the current one instead is getting bogged down on personal behavior and trustworthiness. Donald Trump's business record finally has come under sharper scrutiny from the...

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  • MTA now says release of Mondawmin unrest footage would facilitate 'terrorist attack'

    MTA now says release of Mondawmin unrest footage would facilitate 'terrorist attack'

    The Maryland Transit Administration has once again denied a Public Information Act request by The Baltimore Sun for surveillance footage from the Mondawmin Metro station on the day last April that riots broke out in Baltimore, saying that releasing the video would "facilitate the planning of a...

  • Inside the BDC, questions about Port Covington

    Inside the BDC, questions about Port Covington

    The board of the Baltimore Development Corp. voted unanimously in March to back a request from Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank for $535 million in city financing to support his plan to redevelop Port Covington with a dense, mixed-use project, including a new Under Armour campus. Despite appearances,...

  • Small drones in Maryland, nation now outnumber other kinds of aircraft

    Small drones in Maryland, nation now outnumber other kinds of aircraft

    There are now more registered drone owners in the United States than there are other kinds aircraft, according to new figures from the Federal Aviation Administration. Almost 460,000 drone owners have registered with regulators, the FAA reports. Owners are required to register only once, even if...

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