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  • Mount St. Mary's coach likes matchup with top seed in conference tournament

    Mount St. Mary’s needed – and got – two wins in its final Northeast Conference games to qualify for the No. 4 seed in the league tournament. And for their troubles, the Mountaineers (5-8 overall and 2-3 in the NEC) will tangle with No. 1...
  • Football: First, second team offense

    First-team offense ROGES' BUTLER Joppatowne, lineman At right guard, the 6-foot-2, 255-pound Butler was described by his coach as an "outstanding" drive blocker, moving straight ahead, and was also capable of getting out on sweeps and downfield to...
  • Football: First, second team defense

    First-team defense CORY ANDERLIK Century, linebacker Anderlik did the job on both sides of the ball for the No. 11 Knights (12-1), who made it to the Class2A state semifinals. He rushed for more than 1,100 yards and 14 touchdowns, but it was on the...
  • Players to watch: Boys basketball

    LARRY BASTFIELD Towson Catholic, guard With the 6-foot Bastfield at point guard the past two seasons, the Owls have won 59 games. Bastfield averaged 12 points, five assists, three steals and four rebounds for last year's No. 1 team. The senior has...
  • Depth aids North Carroll boys basketball

    If the North Carroll boys basketball team goes on to claim the Carroll County title this season, the Panthers will have one aspect of their game to thank for it. The best depth in the county. "There have been times when I have gone all 12 deep," coach...
  • Coastal diversions

    Coastal diversions
    Popular mapping programs project that the trip from the Baltimore area to Ocean City should take about three hours, but with a little effort and planning you can easily meander there in nine. While for many the trip to Maryland's ocean resort is a race...
  • You'll slow down in tranquil Oxford; you're required to

    OXFORD - As you enter this waterfront hamlet on the Eastern Shore via ferry boat, a small sign reads, "Oxford Welcomes You/Please Slow Down/25 MPH." That message succinctly captures the character of this historic and picturesque town on the banks of...
  • Back to (cooking) school

    Back to (cooking) school
    More than 135 cooking schools offer classes for home cooks to culinary professionals at venues across the city and suburbs. Some instructors will even come to your home to teach you and your friends the basics. What's new? The College of DuPage is...
  • "Revolutionaries: A New History of the Invention of America" by Jack Rakove

    "Revolutionaries: A New History of the Invention of America" by Jack Rakove
    "Revolutionaries: A New History of the Invention of America" By Jack Rakove Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 496 pp., $30 Reviewed By Kirk Davis Swinehart for the Chicago Tribune Since the end of the American Revolution, in 1783, historians of varying...
  • A literary look back

    A literary look back
    Rick Kogan, Tribune reporter "The Last Boy: Mickey Mantle and the End of America's Childhood" By Jane Leavy Harper, $27.99 Leavy's "The Last Boy" is as masterfully researched and beautifully written as any biography this year. Sox fans like me may...
  • Words & Ideas

    Compiled by Grace Krilanovich. SUNDAY Maile Meloy: The author of "Both Ways Is the Only Way I Want It" will discuss and sign her recent collection of short stories as part of the Autry Book Club. Autry National Center, 4700 Western Heritage Way, L.A....
  • A historic first today: The U. S. Constitution read aloud in Congress; full text to follow along

     
    First time in U.S. history the complete Constitution will be read on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives today....