Saturday afternoon, when things were still peaceful and the Freddie Gray marchers first reached Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, that long asphalt barrier that separates some of the poorest neighborhoods of West Baltimore from the central part of the city, first boys on bicycles, then men with...
The view from the bottom of the standings is never good, even if there's 89 percent of the season left.
No splendor in phony grass: It's hard to believe that in a sport with $200 million athletes, a stadium could get something so wrong.
Sometimes there is a change in the personality of a player during the offseason after a productive rookie year because he finally has time to exhale.
Retired architect and collector Allen C. Abend has uncovered a group of 16 little-known Baltimore women artists who painted and sketched here about a century ago. Blessed with time and patience, he has just published his own book, "Baltimore's Forgotten Women," subtitled "Painters and printmakers...
Owing likely to the diligence of a clerk, the Maryland District Court records on Freddie Gray already have been updated. The disposition of Case No. 5B02287290, in which Gray was charged with attempted distribution of an unspecified illegal drug, appears capitalized and in boldface: ABATED BY DEATH.
When my husband the sportswriter walked onto the Penn State campus as a freshman nearly 50 years ago, the first thing he did was go watch the football team practice. If someone had told him he would make his living watching athletes play sports, he wouldn't have believed his luck.
If you thought the first few weeks of the new baseball season would give some indication of how the Orioles fit into the American League East, or deliver some clarity about the overall quality of the division, guess again.
The draft is less than two weeks away but there is still no word from the NFL about Deflategate and any possible punishments for the defending Super Bowl champions, the New England Patriots.
"Innocent people don't run from cops," a follower posted on my Facebook page, a comment on the circumstances that ultimately led to the death of Freddie Gray. To which I respond: "Easy for a white man to say."