Outdoors and Recreation

A few fishing tips ahead of eclipse

OK, so unless you’re one of the Fantasy Football weirdos or of a mind to dismiss out of hand all things science, by now you know tomorrow we’ll witness one of the rarest celestial events of the past century. Some have billed it the Great American Eclipse, and this weekend, folks are gathering in...

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  • Inaugural Color Run brings more than 500 runners to Annapolis streets

    Inaugural Color Run brings more than 500 runners to Annapolis streets

    Young runners paused as they rounded the corner from Stewart Avenue onto Lafayette Avenue Sunday morning. The children and adults running in the Sunday's inaugural Annapolis Color Run had already been sprayed with orange, and now they were slowing to be painted another shade of the rainbow. Waiting...

  • Running: Aasen inspires fellow club members

    Running: Aasen inspires fellow club members

    Yvonne Aasen started running at age 46 after her late husband Marvin had a heart attack and was under doctor’s orders to get more exercise. “My legs were so weak I felt like I was going to fall down with every step,” Aasen recalled of those early strides. But she persisted. She not only gradually...

  • Running community will miss Tom Bradford

    Running community will miss Tom Bradford

    If you wanted to find a runner who epitomized the joy of running and the attention to detail that it takes to make our sport so worthwhile and enjoyable, I would have to say his name is Tom Bradford. Tom was taken from us on July 27 as he succumbed to brain cancer. He had been successfully fighting...

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