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  • Rotten Tomatoes and Facebook partner up

    Rotten Tomatoes and Facebook partner up
    From Michael Sragow Gets Reel blog: Rotten Tomatoes, the review-aggregating website that made "certified fresh" or "certified rotten" as influential as "thumb's up" or "thumb's down," has joined forces with Facebook for "new social features" that "are...
  • Exclusive: Rams Head Live to sell tickets on Facebook, becoming first venue to do so

    Exclusive: Rams Head Live to sell tickets on Facebook, becoming first venue to do so
    From the Midnight Sun blog: Rams Head Live today started selling tickets on Facebook. The service puts it ahead of Live Nation, the country's leading concert promoter that also runs Ticketmaster, the leading ticket seller. Rams Head Group, which runs...
  • With website, T-shirts and a No. 1 album, Lil Wayne redefines stardom behind bars

    With website, T-shirts and a No. 1 album, Lil Wayne redefines stardom behind bars
    NEW YORK (AP) — He had the top-selling album in the country earlier this month. He's on the president's iPod. He's on the charts with two singles and a collaboration on a third. He's on Facebook with updates for the more than 14 million people following...
  • Movie review: 'The Social Network,' about Facebook founders

    Movie review: 'The Social Network,' about Facebook founders
    Across far too many stretches of our moviegoing lives, we see movie after movie without seeing one that really moves. At once stealthy and breathlessly paced, "The Social Network" scoots at a fabulous clip, depicting how its version of Facebook founder...
  • The big media story of midterm elections: Television

    The big media story of midterm elections: Television
    From the Z on TV blog: Because it doesn't fit our online and digital bias, we in the media have not done very good job of reporting what is shaping up to be one of the biggest media stories of these very important midterm elections: television. Yes, let...
  • Preakness sends a mixed message, but gets the right result

    Preakness sends a mixed message, but gets the right result
    Selling racegoers on the Preakness Stakes has been a tricky balancing act in the past few years. The Maryland Jockey Club struck out in 2009 when it ended the bring-your-own-beer policy in the infield, driving away thousands of young people. It won...
  • Local farmers use social media to promote, advertise

    Local farmers use social media to promote, advertise
    — "The blueberry bushes are loaded! They are literally falling over!" So says a tweet from Butler's Orchard, accompanied by a picture of giant clusters of blueberries sagging off branches of a bush. Gone are the days where farms relied on...
  • From Sun Magazine: Can Adam Jones connect?

    From Sun Magazine: Can Adam Jones connect?
    In the relaxed atmosphere of spring training, the Orioles' locker room in Sarasota seems less pro athlete man cave than after-school rec center. Their workout over for the day by early afternoon, the players seem in no particular rush to head home. Jake...
  • 'Ball So Hard University' big enough for only one person?

    'Ball So Hard University' big enough for only one person?
    Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs founded Ball So Hard University in jest, but three months later, the joke has become a serious legal dispute. In a recorded introduction for an early-November game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, when players...
  • Free stuff for Mom on Mother's Day

    Mom wouldn’t want you to spend your scarce dollars on her. But you can spend the day with her and enjoy some free events. Baltimore County Golf is offering a free round of golf at two public courses, Greystone or Woodlands. The deal requires that...
  • Accused Maryland cannibal, victim both had legal troubles

    Accused Maryland cannibal, victim both had legal troubles
    As an electrical engineering student at Morgan State University, Alexander Kinyua was described by a professor as "docile" and dedicated, always looking to improve himself. On the Internet, Kinyua — now accused of killing a family friend and...
  • Cannibalism is extremely rare, experts say

    Cannibalism is extremely rare, experts say
    In a career spanning three decades, forensic psychiatrist Steven Hoge has evaluated just a handful of people implicated in acts of cannibalism. It's exceedingly rare behavior, he says, and clear answers are often elusive when it does occur. "I understand...