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  • Moving on by moving up

    Moving on by moving up
    Just as there are many roads to glory, there are myriad ways to grapple with the ghosts of racism past. Some seek, and eventually obtain, apologies such as the one issued by the Howard County school board last month. Others seek, and sometimes obtain,...
  • Voting Rights Act is still vital

    Voting Rights Act is still vital
    There is no denying that this nation has come a mighty long way since Bloody Sunday in Selma, Ala., in 1965, when marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge, seeking the right to vote, were attacked by police and one of them, John Lewis, almost lost his life....
  • Kevin Krigger could ride into Preakness history as black jockey

    Kevin Krigger could ride into Preakness history as black jockey
    The day after riding in the Kentucky Derby, Kevin Krigger packed his family and gear and headed for Pimlico Race Course — by way of Cincinnati. A woman there had captured his heart. She was Liliane Casey, 88, whose father, Jimmy Winkfield, was the...
  • What they're saying about Ray Lewis

    What they're saying about Ray Lewis
    Here's a look at what other media outlets are saying about Ray Lewis: Dan Wetzel, Yahoo Sports Ray Lewis is gone for the year, gone maybe forever, and whether it's in the middle of a key possession or those emotional moments in a pre-game,...
  • 'Homeland' Season 2, Episode 10 recap

    'Homeland' Season 2, Episode 10 recap
    Could you really kill someone by hacking his pacemaker? An alarmed researcher in Australia thinks so, and really, isn't that enough cause to dial down your "Homeland" disbelief index? It should be, because -- despite a few head-scratching...
  • Donnie Andrews, inspiration for Omar character on 'The Wire,' dies

    Donnie Andrews, inspiration for Omar character on 'The Wire,' dies
    Like the television character he helped inspire, Donnie Andrews lived by a code. In his earlier years when he was robbing rival dealers as a young hustler in West Baltimore — experiences that would later form the basis for the popular Omar...
  • What they're saying about the Orioles

    What they're saying about the Orioles
    Here's a roundup of what other media outlets are saying about the Orioles' win over the New York Yankees in Game 2 of the American League Division Series and more: • CBSSports.com's Jon Heyman talks about the ALDS as the series shifts to New York....
  • What they're saying about the Ravens, the 49ers and the Super Bowl (2/1)

    What they're saying about the Ravens, the 49ers and the Super Bowl (2/1)
    Here is what other news outlets are saying about the Ravens, San Francisco 49ers and Super Bowl XLVII today. --- Don Banks of Sports Illustrated says this Super Bowl run is a testament to Ravens G.M. Ozzie Newsome. “In some form or fashion, on...
  • '60 Minutes' jockey report has Bonita Farm back story

    '60 Minutes' jockey report has Bonita Farm back story
    CBS '60 Minutes' will feature a report Sunday night on Rosie Napravnik, the 25-year-old jockey who will be the only female riding in the Kentucky Derby. But there's a backstage story to the report that features another 25-year-old woman, Michelle...
  • Baltimore won't like Nate Silver's Super Bowl prediction

    Baltimore won't like Nate Silver's Super Bowl prediction
    Nate Silver is known for predicting things correctly. For instance, he correctly called the outcomes of all 50 states in November's presidential election. So, Baltimore is not going to care for Silver's Super Bowl prediction. Silver, who writes...
  • A small step against obesity in Howard Co.

    A small step against obesity in Howard Co.
    Howard County's new ban on the sale of sugary drinks on government property won't solve the obesity epidemic. It won't prevent Howard Countians from slurping down empty calories by the Big Gulpful. It won't stop them from eating things that are even...
  • Army-Navy hoopla begins well before the game

    Army-Navy hoopla begins well before the game
    Phil McConkey wasn't surprised to hear that Navy's mascot had been goatnapped last week, for the umpteenth time, prior to Saturday's Army-Navy football game. That the animal was left tethered to a post, outside of the Pentagon, didn't surprise him either....