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  • The editor's quandary

    Yesterday's post, "Words that slip their leashes," the second this week to deal with the objection to crescendo in the loose sense of "reach the highest pitch or intensity," closed with "You understand what it means, don't you?" Harris Ruben was quick...
  • Sundance 'Writers' Room' goes backstage at 'Breaking Bad'

    Sundance 'Writers' Room' goes backstage at 'Breaking Bad'
    Forget the stars. The people I always wanted to talk to were the writers and producers who created the fictional worlds that became long-running TV series. One of the great pleasures of this job in my earlier days on the beat was going out to California,...
  • The tragedy and triumph of a true champion of the ring -- and life [Commentary]

    The tragedy and triumph of a true champion of the ring -- and life [Commentary]
    Emile Griffith's remarkable life ended last week with the boxer's death at age 75, but I hope his story of strength, triumph, tragedy and redemption should never leave us. We talk and write often about how sports is a microcosm of our lives and the...
  • 'Allergist's Wife' raises the curtain on Bowie's ambitious season

    'Allergist's Wife' raises the curtain on Bowie's ambitious season
    When Bowie Community Theatre announced its 2013-2014 season, it promised a bold trio of plays that are largely undiscovered — a move that represented a departure from past seasons. The company's 47th season opened with a perplexing comedy dealing...
  • The Sun needs to write about more than death and destruction

    The Sun needs to write about more than death and destruction
    As a Towson University student, newspapers are provided free of charge every morning around campus. The selections include The New York Times, The Baltimore Sun and USA Today. Can you guess which ones I pick up to read? Do you know the paper that is...
  • Same again

    Prescriptivists admire, advocate, and long for precision in language. That is a good thing, in the main, but the longing can easily slip into a false precision. We see that when prescriptivists insist that words must keep strictly to their etymological...
  • Virgin Mobile FreeFest has another solid lineup, but where's the rap?

    Virgin Mobile FreeFest has another solid lineup, but where's the rap?
    A quick scan of this year's Virgin Mobile FreeFest reveals the type of lineup we've come to expect from the annual concert at Merriweather Post Pavilion: Smart, on-the-nose and balanced -- as long as you're the type of music fan who takes pride in genre...
  • No haze of nostalgia

    In The New York Times, Pulitzer-Prize-winning former Washington Post reporter Henry Allen recalls the Good Old Days at The Washington Post.  It does not take Mr. Allen long to demonstrate why copy editors of a certain age sometimes speak with gritted...
  • Vaddey Ratner's novel brings new perspective on the Cambodian killing fields

    Vaddey Ratner's novel brings new perspective on the Cambodian killing fields
    Vaddey Ratner didn't expect much when she first took on the project of writing a novel about a young Cambodian girl and her family who are forced into the countryside by the Khmer Rouge as part of the communist group's program of genocide that began in...
  • Americans need to stop subsidizing CEO pay

    Almost everyone knows CEO pay is out of control. It surged 16 percent at big companies last year, according to the New York Times, and the typical CEO raked in $15.1 million. Meanwhile, the median wage continued to drop, adjusted for inflation. What's...
  • A balance of biases

    While letter writer Marie Mullen may be warranted in the conclusion that The Sun favors the Democratic Party and a liberal view in its editorials and columnists, certainly the paper is not unique in this respect ("More balance in The Sun, please!" Aug....
  • Scientists' confidence increases in man's influence on climate change

    Scientists' confidence increases in man's influence on climate change
    Scientists are increasingly confident that human activity is influencing changes in climate across the globe, according to leaked copies of a United Nations report detailed by several news outlets. The U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is...