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  • Baltimore Sun Media Group mobile news products

    [ SITES ] Sun smartphone and tablet site (smartphones and tablets) Touch.baltimoresun.com, specially designed to be interacted with on touch screens, automatically adjusts its presentation according to your device. Readers visiting baltimoresun.com on...
  • UPDATE NO. 2: Director John Waters hitchhiking in Ohio...why?

    UPDATE NO. 2: Director John Waters hitchhiking in Ohio...why?
    John Waters could have been starring in a John Waters movie today when he was picked up hitchhiking in Ohio by members of an indie rock band. It's so weird, it can only be true. The website DCist had the amazing details. The band Here We Go Magic was...
  • The way to Stacy Keibler's heart -- 27 years ago

    The way to Stacy Keibler's heart -- 27 years ago
    Who knows how George Clooney won Stacy Keibler's heart, but 27 years ago, winning over young Stacy could be done with a Cabbage Patch and a Pound Puppy. On Christmas Day, Keibler shared with her Twitter followers a letter she wrote to Santa in 1985,...
  • UPDATE: Ravens' Torrey Smith puts a ring on it

    UPDATE: Ravens' Torrey Smith puts a ring on it
    Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith appears to not only have good taste in jewelry but also to be engaged to his lady love. Smith (@TorreySmithWR) posted this update on Twitter late Friday afternoon: "Gave @LibraLadii_ this now she will be...
  • Going deeper than Big Bird and binders on Twitter and TV debates

    Going deeper than Big Bird and binders on Twitter and TV debates
    This is bigger than Big Bird or even binders full of women. The first two presidential debates and vast public reaction have raised too many media-related questions to be addressed in one column. But the ones involving huge conversations in social...
  • 'The Amazing Race' recap, Bangladesh is putty in their hands

    'The Amazing Race' recap, Bangladesh is putty in their hands
    An important thing happens on this week's episode of "The Amazing Race": I kind of fall in love with Abbie's Boyfriend. I know. Something else happens: We learn someone's drag queen name. I know! Let's just get on with it. Farewell, Indonesia, fourth...
  • City Fire Department implements new social media policy

    City Fire Department implements new social media policy
    The Baltimore Fire Department has implemented a strict new social media policy outlining what firefighters can post on Twitter, Facebook and personal blogs — drawing criticism that the department is trampling on First Amendment rights. Under the...
  • Final Obama-Romney debate draws 59.2 million viewers

    Final Obama-Romney debate draws 59.2 million viewers
    The final presidential debate Monday drew a TV audience of 59.2 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media. That's down from the 67.2 million and 65.6 million for the first and second debates, respectively. But it still shows huge interest --...
  • Celebs cheer Orioles-shirted Marylander to World Series of Poker victory

    Celebs cheer Orioles-shirted Marylander to World Series of Poker victory
    A Marylander in an Orioles shirt  just won the top prize in the World Series of Poker. Greg Merson, a pro from Laurel and University of Maryland dropout, came out on top after a marathon game against a 21-year-old college student Winning the first...
  • Sandy soaked Laurel, but damage minimal for most

    Sandy soaked Laurel, but damage minimal for most
    Sandy was one for the record books. Whatever it was named – from Frankenstorm to Hurricane Sandy to Superstorm Sandy and finally post-tropical storm Sandy – this week's storm affected more than 13 states, leaving nearly 6.5 million customers...
  • Pew study finds much negative presidential coverage, especially in social media

    Pew study finds much negative presidential coverage, especially in social media
    A Pew study on coverage of the presidential race reveals a generally negative press for both candidates -- and a particularly hostile social media. It also catalogs a sharp shift toward more favorable coverage for GOP candidate Mitt Romney after...
  • Two lives lost as train derails in Ellicott City

    Two lives lost as train derails in Ellicott City
    Elizabeth Nass and Rose Mayr sat on the edge of the Ellicott City bridge dangling their bare feet over a dimly lit Main Street shortly before midnight Monday, a last get-together before parting for their junior year away at college. "Drinking on top of...