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The 410 in 140: @lizrawr on Twitter's queerness, 'Internet closeness'
Amy Schumer strips down for Pirelli calendar

It's no more nudes for the famous Pirelli calendar -- this year, at least, with photographer Annie Leibovitz at the helm. Instead of using famous models in skimpy outfits, or no outfits at all, Leibovitz has chosen high-octane professional women and photographed them for the most part fully clothed.

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Baltimore Style has a new editor-in-chief

Betsy Boyd has stepped into the top editor spot at Baltimore Style magazine.

Now editor-in-chief, Boyd is replacing Jessica Bizik, who stepped down to become an independent consultant and freelancer for local nonprofits and small businesses.

Boyd previously served as a freelance senior editor for Baltimore Style, where she came on board about two years ago.

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Watch teen break Rubik's Cube world record in Howard County

Over the weekend, a teenager sat down at a high school cafeteria table in Clarksville. Seconds later, he walked away a new Guinness World Record holder.

Lucas Etter, a 14-year-old from Kentucky, broke the record by completing a standard 3x3x3 Rubik's Cube on Saturday in 4.904 seconds at Clarksville's River Hill High School, reports the Guinness World Records.

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Ravens fan's family marks anniversary of his death with an empty seat at M&T Bank Stadium

Among the vacant seats at Sunday's Ravens game, there was one left empty for a reason.

The family of Tim Hauer, a longtime Ravens season ticket holder, kept a seat open in his memory during the game against the St. Louis Rams in a gesture that went viral on social media. 

Hauer died of a heart attack at age 48 on Nov. 23, 2014, and the Rams game fell a day before the one-year anniversary of his death.

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Justin Tucker and his wife are expecting their first baby

If there's one thing certain about Justin Tucker's baby, it's that his wife will definitely feel it kicking.

The Ravens kicker and his wife Amanda announced Friday they're expecting their first child.

"We've been keeping this little guy a secret. Adding one more Tucker this spring!" Amanda Tucker posted on Instagram, a photo shared by Justin showing her wearing all black with a tiny baby bump.

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