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  • Mass appeal: what do we want out of our MMOs?

    Mass appeal: what do we want out of our MMOs?
    Electronic Arts is confident that “Star Wars: The Old Republic” is a massively multiplayer online game that people will be playing in a decade. As they told GamesIndustry International, EA is also considering variations on a free-to-play...
  • WWE takes nostalgic approach in build up to 1000th Raw episode

    WWE takes nostalgic approach in build up to 1000th Raw episode
    For several weeks, WWE has been focused on heavily promoting the milestone 1,000th episode of Raw on July 23. On a personal note, I'm more than OK with this, as I've had my tickets for that show purchased since January and would love to see a stacked...
  • Even from Boston, Jen Royle slams Baltimore

    Even from Boston, Jen Royle slams Baltimore
    Though she's miles up the East Coast, former Baltimore sports reporter Jen Royle's bad feelings for Baltimore seem fresh as ever. Royle, a radio personality left WJZ-FM (105.7 The Fan) after Ravens season to return to Boston, her hometown. That...
  • New Facebook bereavement support group from Nicodemus Memorial Park

    New Facebook bereavement support group from Nicodemus Memorial Park
    When my cat Atticus died, I was a wreck. We got a call from a neighbor who found his little tabby body in the street. He'd been hit by a car. My husband (at the time) scooped him up and brought him home to the garage and left the cat there, as he had to...
  • Md. man accused of cannibalism is indicted, moved to mental hospital

    Alexander Kinyua, the 21-year-old accused of killing a man and eating his organs, has been formally indicted on charges of first-degree murder and assault and has been sent to a Maryland state mental hospital. Harford County State's Attorney Joseph I....
  • Local food truck owner looks to expand onto town property

    A local business woman might expand her food truck locations to a spot near Rodgers Tavern in Perryville. Jessica Ewing, founder of "Say Cheese" Grilled Cheese Gourmet, explained to the mayor and board of commissioners Tuesday during a work session...
  • Awash in news, much of Baltimore media rises to the challenge

    Awash in news, much of Baltimore media rises to the challenge
    If you want to get a real sense of a TV newsroom's priorities and values beyond all the "we're on your side" hype, check it out in times of stress. Stress is defined here as major stories breaking or unfolding at a time when there is an extra emphasis on...
  • Jen Royle says she wants people in Baltimore to stop 'trashing' her

    Jen Royle says she wants people in Baltimore to stop 'trashing' her
    Former WJZ-FM radio sportscaster Jen Royle was in the news Tuesday after my colleague Jill Rosen wrote on her Baltimore Insider blog about the long-distance warfare Royle still was engaged in on social media with some Baltimore sports fans six months...
  • Baltimore Tech Parents drink good beer, focus on "work/life" balance

    Baltimore Tech Parents drink good beer, focus on "work/life" balance
    Are you a busy parent and "techie"? Do you change diapers and blog, build apps and warm bottles, take kids to soccer practice and run your own startup? You may want to join our group: Baltimore Tech Parents. We're on Facebook and Meetup.com. Last night,...
  • Find me here

    This announcement today: Starting today, all baltimoresun.com content accessed through links on Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites will not count toward our digital subscription meter. Please comment below or email coordinators@baltsun.com if...
  • Dulaney graduate's mother will accept his college diploma from Temple

    Dulaney graduate's mother will accept his college diploma from Temple
    Regina Friend will don her son's ceremonial cap Thursday morning and take footsteps that were supposed to be his. The mere idea of those steps gives her chills, but she will take them. Her only child worked 41/2 years to earn a diploma from Temple...
  • A case for pick-your-own bridesmaid dresses

    A case for pick-your-own bridesmaid dresses
    For the most part, horrifying bridesmaid dresses are a thing of the past. It could be our over-exposure to them now (with Pinterest, Facebook, and the rest of the internet, we have more access to pictures of bridesmaid dresses, and statistically, the more...