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  • Hogan's plan for Md. doesn't add up [Letter]

    Hogan's plan for Md. doesn't add up [Letter]
    Larry Hogan held a fundraiser recently featuring New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, and there are a few things Marylanders should consider before they jump on his bandwagon ("New Jersey Gov. Christie comes to Maryland for Hogan," Sept. 17).
  • Once a model franchise, Ravens now an example of what's wrong in NFL

    Once a model franchise, Ravens now an example of what's wrong in NFL
    The thousands of Ravens fans who lined up along the lower concourse at M&T Bank Stadium the past two days came to exchange their Ray Rice jerseys, but what they got, in a sense, was a face-to-face apology from a team that still has some explaining to do....

    SuperSquads after school cheerleading set to begin Sept. 22 [Sports notices]

    Email sports copy to howardcountysports@patuxent.com by 9 a.m. Monday. Cheerleading SuperSquads Cheerleading starts the week of Sept. 22 after school at many Howard County elementary schools. For more information, visit http://www.supersquads.org,...

    Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston recreates Orioles pie celebration

    Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston recreates Orioles pie celebration
    It's a wonderful world where one of the first things featured in a five-minute long video on the MLB playoffs is an Orioles vignette, isn't it? Emmy Award-winning actor Bryan Cranston, of "Breaking Bad," tells the story of his one-man baseball show in...

    Under Armour, Maryland in tight contractual embrace

    Under Armour, Maryland in tight contractual embrace
    Football players sometimes get creative with their ankle tape. Instead of wrapping their feet before a game, they ask a trainer to loop white or brightly colored tape around the outside of the shoe in a way that obscures the shoe company's logo. Known...