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ESPN to air documentary 'Baltimore Boys' featuring Dunbar boys basketball

Think Baltimore boys basketball, and the Dunbar Poets of the early 1980s come to mind.

Coach Bob Wade’s talented team played flawlessly with a number of standouts — Tyrone “Muggsy” Bogues, Reggie Lewis, Reggie Williams and David Wingate — making their way to the NBA.

ESPN Films will air “Baltimore Boys,” a look at the journey of the storied coach and his powerhouse teams.

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Carroll-backed product fighting it out in the 'Funderdome'

Court Grabbers goes after funding Sunday night on ABC

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'Bachelorette' recap: Hometown dates bring Rachel to Baltimore

It’s my favorite night of every “Bachelorette” or “Bachelor” season: hometown dates. The night when the final four suitors bring the lead home to meet their families. Also known as the night when we learn whose mom drinks the most chardonnay and whose brothers are the most jealous they weren’t on a reality show first.

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Canton resident, Naval Academy math professor to display puzzle-solving skills on Fox's 'Superhuman'

One Canton resident is out to drum up more excitement for mathematics while also competing for $50,000.

Sommer Gentry, a Naval Academy math professor, will display her math puzzle-solving skills next Monday on FOX’s “Superhuman.”

The reality TV show competition, which is hosted by actor Kal Penn and features singer Christina Milian, former boxer Mike Tyson and neurosurgeon Dr.

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Ed Sheeran posts set picture after 'Game of Thrones' cameo

Ed Sheeran is basking in the aftermath of his "Game of Thrones" cameo.

Sheeran appeared as a Lannister soldier leading a group in song in the season premiere of the hit HBO fantasy drama, which debuted on the premium cable channel Sunday night.

The 26-year-old British singer posted a shot of himself on screen on Instagram Sunday with the caption, "Throwback to the time I was a Lannister."

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'Game of Thrones' premiere recap: 'Shall we begin?'

Well, friends, it came and went — everyone’s favorite holiday: the “Game of Thrones” season premiere.

We open on Walder Frey (or is it?) at the head of his banquet hall, toasting his men for a job well done at the Red Wedding. As he begins to name the brutal acts his kin committed, it soon becomes clear that this leering, boastful man is not Frey at all.

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