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  • Michael Phelps has nothing to lose in his swimming comeback | VIDEO

    Michael Phelps has nothing to lose in his swimming comeback | <span style="color: #DD5200; font-weight: bold;">VIDEO </span>
    We should all be so fortunate to be able to retire at age 27 and embark on an international quest to experience a world full of fun and privilege, but Michael Phelps — quite predictably — has come to realize that living the good life isn't going to be enough to keep him entertained.
  • How the Orioles fared through 10 games in seasons they made the playoffs

    How the Orioles fared through 10 games in seasons they made the playoffs
    The Orioles play the Toronto Blue Jays in their 11th game of the season tonight at Camden Yards. Orioles right-hander Bud Norris is scheduled to pitch against Blue Jays right-hander Drew Hutchison, and first pitch is set for 7:05 p.m. How does this...

    Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage celebrates the historic

    Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage celebrates the historic
    As a newborn, Elyssa Baxter was brought home to her family's restored log house in McLean, Va. Seventy-two years later, not only would she and her husband own a similar restored log home in Parkton, but they would be invited to take part in the 77th...

    Baltimore life, unnecessarily hard [Commentary]

    Baltimore life, unnecessarily hard [Commentary]
    "Oh, Baltimore, ain't it hard just to live?" Nina Simone lamented in song about life in the city back in 1978, and not much has changed since then for the tens of thousands of residents who are living in poverty, are homeless or who are suffering...

    Oriole baseball history includes loss to Westminster in 1885 [Column]

    Roses are red, violets are blue. I hate snow ... and you should too. For those with a bad case of chionophobia — a fear of snow — no worries, spring is near. We know this because last Monday was Opening Day for the Baltimore Orioles. After...