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How many r’s are in brrr? That’s the word that summed up Thursday’s season opening girls lacrosse games. “It is freezing,” said Marriotts Ridge’s Taylor Hensh after her team defeated Atholton, 19-2, on a blustery...
There's a lot that has gone on and is going on over at Reservoir High School. Let's start with the wrestling team. They had a very successful season, ending it with two wrestlers, Mason Kilcarr and Sam Rowell, qualifying for the state championships. Sam...
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The first couple years of high school are often ones of transition — a chance to learn new skills and meet new people. It's a time for change and a time for growth. And for junior varsity athletes, it's the opportunity to lay the foundation for...
Sun movie criticPart I An American hero -- and antiheroBeyond anything else, Marlon Brando is the towering original who came out of the Midwest 58 years ago and electrified Broadway and then Hollywood with the visceral excitement and veracity of his acting. He exploded...
Special to SunSpotIf bigger really means better, then the University of Maryland, College Park must be a great place to go to school. With more than 34,000 students roaming the sprawling campus and an abundance of learning opportunities at every turn, it would be difficult...
Sun StaffWhen the cab hurtling through midtown Manhattan stops, a young man in a gray suit unfolds himself and steps to the curb. The camera pulls back to reveal a gleaming legend above an entrance: The New York Times. The front page of The Times' Metropolitan...
Sun StaffRupinder Oberoi didn't need to watch CNN yesterday afternoon to make the connection, although the television news was on all day in the living room of his parents' Linthicum apartment. He didn't need to read the disturbing lead story in the folded-up...
Special to SunSpotAs you start to acquaint yourself with Maryland's colleges, you might discover some basic facts. For instance, you'll learn that the University of Maryland College Park is the largest college in the state, Goucher College was once an all-female...
Sun StaffHe was always a hard-news guy, an old-style, old-school reporter who once told Larry King that "danger is my business." Aggressive, intense, confrontational, folksy and sometimes wacky - that's been the image of Dan Rather for more than 40 years. His...
Sun ReporterKirk Bloodsworth of Cambridge is a wanted man again. The press wants him. Geraldo wants him. Congress wants him. They all want him to talk, just tell his story one more time for the record. He is an expert on his life story, and the public is prepared...
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Liz Smith"I HAVE the most perfect confidence in your indiscretion," said the 16th-century clergyman, Sydney Smith. I SUPPOSE it is an indication of how pallid are the personalities of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, that the current "scandal," involving...
For a guy who is celebrating his 50th year in journalism and TV, news anchor-turned-talk show host Maury Povich doesn’t seem to take himself very seriously. “I’m calling from my dressing room,” said Povich over the phone Friday,...
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