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  • Dan Rodricks: More than ever, failure not an option for Baltimore

    Dan Rodricks: More than ever, failure not an option for Baltimore

    Kevin Davis is an intelligent and affable fellow who, as police commissioner, must have known he had an impossible job in post-Freddie Gray Baltimore: Reform a department he considered dysfunctional, recruit and train dozens of new officers for an understaffed and demoralized force, and restore...

  • Schmuck: FanFest looms and Orioles have done nothing to chase away the gloom

    Schmuck: FanFest looms and Orioles have done nothing to chase away the gloom

    The headlines tell the whole story. The big Orioles news this weekend is that the team signed four more minor league players — three of them at least 29 years old. The other news involved the revelation that 2017 12th-round draft choice Tucker Baca has been suspended for 60 days for a performance-enhancing...

  • Mississippi State's Schnider Herard to transfer to Maryland

    Mississippi State's Schnider Herard to transfer to Maryland

    Schnider Herard, a sophomore center for Mississippi State, will transfer to Maryland, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed Saturday. A former four-star prospect, Herard will enroll in College Park for the spring semester and should be eligible to play after the fall semester next...

  • 'The Good Place' recap: Welcome to the Bad Place

    'The Good Place' recap: Welcome to the Bad Place

    There a few greater pleasures then watching a well-crafted episode of one of your favorite television series. (No, I don’t get outside much. Why do you ask?) Despite being set in hell, this episode of Season 2 of “The Good Place” hit all the sweetest notes, from humor to character growth to use...

  • 'The Good Place' recap: 'Best Self'

    'The Good Place' recap: 'Best Self'

    You know your characters are about to be in trouble when the previous episode ends on “we have everything we ever wanted.” It’s just inviting conflict, like ants to a conflict picnic, and while the fictional characters may not appreciate the mess, boy does it make for enjoyable television. In order...

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  • You Don't Say

    You Don't Say

    Veteran drudge John E. McIntrye writes about language, usage, journalism and arbitrarily chosen subjects.

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