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  • Interview: Keith Urban on losing guitars, gaining perspective

    Interview: Keith Urban on losing guitars, gaining perspective
    Keith Urban's new album, "Get Closer," had an inauspicious start. The guitars he had long used — some for 20 years — and that he counted as a key component of each recording session, as vital as some of his musicians, were all under water....
  • Game cash: the current economics of buying, selling and renting

    Game cash: the current economics of buying, selling and renting
    Even if the rumors about the next-generation consoles not supporting used games are false, we appear to be entering a problematic stage in physical videogame media. The growing ease of digital distribution as well as mandatory online passes and DRM have...
  • Winners of Towson University business plan competition announced

    Winners of Towson University business plan competition announced
    A website that helps people rent their tools to make money and another that offers a low-cost way for diagnosing causes of fevers were the top two winners of the TowsonGlobal business plan competition yesterday, the university announced.  The first place...
  • Friday Buffet: $99 Xbox bundle and 'The Avengers' game that time forgot

    Friday Buffet: $99 Xbox bundle and 'The Avengers' game that time forgot
    News Roundup •••• Wouldn’t it be fun to buy a monthly fee for your Xbox and Kinect like you do with your cell phone? It looks like that’s going to be an option for folks who want to pay $99 for hardware then shell out...
  • Mobile ad leader Millennial Media goes public

    Mobile ad leader Millennial Media goes public
    For a day, a Baltimore company had IPO fever. Fast-growing Millennial Media Inc., a Baltimore-based mobile advertising company, sold shares to the public Thursday, breaking a years-long IPO drought in the city's technology sector. It ended the day valued...
  • Monday meltdown: Return of the 'Star Wars Kid' and bad news for SEGA fans

    Monday meltdown: Return of the 'Star Wars Kid' and bad news for SEGA fans
    News Roundup • SEGA’s game division will be trimmed and restructured after an underperforming year. Specifically, SEGA of America will focus on its blue chip titles as underperforming and developing titles have been cancelled. [Joystiq]...
  • Better or Worse: Through the spin cycle and wringer to get a new washing machine

    "See that?" I asked, pointing at a TV ad for major appliances. "If we ever have to get a new washer and dryer, that's the color I want!" They were deep blue, and I heard a choir of angels singing. "Don't jinx our machines," cautioned Doug, knocking on...
  • U.S.'s Ervin back after winning gold in 2000, leaving sport

    U.S.'s Ervin back after winning gold in 2000, leaving sport
    He won gold in the 2000 Games as a 19-year-old, and before the next Olympics came around, he had walked away from the world of competitive swimming. Where he went nor why he now has come back is not entirely clear, although it appears to have involved...
  • Colonial Players' 'Little Women' is a must-see holiday show

    Colonial Players' production of "Little Women, The Musical" rises above much of the show's material, making it a worthy holiday offering to alternate with the Players' traditional "Christmas Carol," a favorite that will not be presented this year. An...
  • Stolen mummy to return home to UM medical school

    Stolen mummy to return home to UM medical school
    The 200-year-old mummified remains of a small child are making their way back to the University of Maryland School of Medicine after an absence in which they were posted for sale on eBay and languished for almost five years in a Michigan police evidence...
  • Child mummy returned to University of Maryland

    Child mummy returned to University of Maryland
    Ronn Wade gingerly picked up the package wrapped in a simple white sheet and placed it on an examining table before slowly unwrapping the layers. And there it was. The mummified remains of a small child that had disappeared from University of Maryland...
  • North Laurel teen opens high-end, secondhand clothes store

    North Laurel teen opens high-end, secondhand clothes store
    At the age of 19, most women aren't worried about business plans. But Kelsey Kleinhen isn't like most young women. Kleinhen, of North Laurel, is the owner and only staff member of Kelsey's Kloset, a high-end, secondhand boutique that offers affordable...