In the days after he announced on Twitter his plans to leave Duquesne following graduation last summer, then-junior forward L.G. Gill became one of the most highly sought transfers in the country. The number of schools and caliber of programs surprised Gill, who had come out of high school in Richmond,...
The Oakland Raiders have won two of their first three games despite a defense that has surrendered 476 total yards and 340 passing yards per game, both worst in the NFL. And the unit’s struggles might be linked to Khalil Mack’s slow start. The defensive end, who recorded 79 tackles, 15 sacks, two...
NEW YORK – If the Orioles do make the playoffs – and they can clinch a postseason berth as early as Saturday night with a win and some help – they will have to make some tough decisions on the 25 players they select for their playoff roster. Setting a playoff roster for the wild-card game is easy....
Last May, a visually stylish, strongly cast production of Gounod's "Romeo et Juliette" filled the stage of the Lyric Opera House. If only seats in the theater had been filled, too. The paltry attendance for that Lyric Opera Baltimore presentation made me wonder if Baltimore can't, or won't, support...
With Friday night's win over the New York Yankees, the Orioles took control of the wild-card race.
Art is not the first word that comes to most people's minds at the mention of television. From the earliest days, there has been a body of so-called intellectual thought that dismissed the medium as a "vast wasteland" or the "boob tube." That myopia, which persists to this day in some quarters, is...
Here's what you need to know ahead of the 3-0 Maryland football team's game Saturday against Purdue (2-1).When: Saturday, 3:30 p.m.Site: Maryland Stadium, College Park TV: Big Ten NetworkRadio: 1300 AM, 980 AM; also available on satellite radio (Channel 135 on Sirius and 195 XM)Series: Maryland...
Elissa Blount Moorhead has been named executive director and chief creative officer of the Station North Arts & Entertainment District. Blount Moorhead starts on the job Oct. 25. She succeeds Ben Stone, who resigned last spring to take a job in Washington after five years running the nonprofit...
If Gov. Larry Hogan expected the people he appointed to the Maryland State Board of Education to fall in line and support his order not to start school before Labor Day, he guessed wrong. Chester E. Finn, a former head of the conservative Thomas B. Fordham Institute, wrote a blog post recently with...
Carl Orff's exuberant cantata "Carmina Burana" has pretty much held the public enthralled since its premiere in 1937. That the first audience happened to be in Nazi Germany gives some of us pause — eminent musicologist Richard Taruskin once referred to the piece as "the original 'Springtime for...
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