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  • Day Trip: The Greenbrier Classic in W. Va.

    Day Trip: The Greenbrier Classic in W. Va.
    The Greenbrier Classic What: This PGA tour event is part of the FedExCup series. The golf tournament will take place on the Old White Course at The Greenbrier, a historic resort. Tour golfers expected to participate include defending champion Stuart...
  • Jan. 17-22 in nightlife: Dru Hill, Cass McCombs, Where's the Band? 2012 Tour and more

    Jan. 17-22 in nightlife: Dru Hill, Cass McCombs, Where's the Band? 2012 Tour and more
    Hope everyone had a peaceful, perhaps hangover-nursing Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. We were off, too, so that explains the "Week in Nightlife" post coming today. Anyway, on with the shows: On Tuesday, the Guess Who's lead singer Burton Cummings...
  • Table Talk: Andrew Zimmern to headline the Hippodrome's Foodie Experience

    Table Talk: Andrew Zimmern to headline the Hippodrome's Foodie Experience
    Andrew Zimmern, host of the popular Travel Channel program "Bizarre Foods," will headline the Hippodrome's third annual Foodie Experience, according to officials. Zimmern follows Anthony Bourdain, Eric Ripert and Alton Brown as main attractions at the...
  • Tickets to sold-out concerts, luxury boxes not uncommon for city officials

    Tickets to sold-out concerts, luxury boxes not uncommon for city officials
    Luxury boxes at major sporting events. Sold-out concerts. Galas. Vegas shows. Baltimore's lawmakers often receive tickets for shows and other popular events from developers, business people, corporations and nonprofits as one of the perks of office. Over...
  • Update: Madonna to play two nights at Verizon Center in September

    Update: Madonna to play two nights at Verizon Center in September
    Update: Madonna has added a second show at the Verizon Center after the first one sold out. She will now perform on September 24, a Monday, in addition to September 23. Tickets go on sale Feb. 21. Madonna's Super Bowl performance reaffirmed that, at...
  • The mayor and her Ravens tickets

    If Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's decision to strip City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young of his tickets to a Ravens playoff game didn't make it clear enough, the list of those who have been invited to share the city skybox this season confirms...
  • Notebook: U.S. men to play Brazil in friendly at FedEx on May 30

    The U.S. men's national soccer team will play Brazil in a May 30 friendly at FedEx Field in Landover, the five-time World Cup champion's first visit to the Washington area since 1998 and the Americans' debut at the Redskins' stadium. The game will...
  • Face-Off Classic a preview of lacrosse championship weekend

    Face-Off Classic a preview of lacrosse championship weekend
    It's part of the job description for Andy Bilello to be equal parts matchmaker and recruiter, as much a spreadsheet expert as he is a scheduling broker. These days, though, there might be a more apt title for Inside Lacrosse's director of business...
  • 'So You Think You Can Dance' tour hits Baltimore Oct. 15

     
    The So You Think You Can Dance tour dates have been announced, and it's coming to Baltimore's 1st Mariner Arena on Oct. 15. Tickets go on sale through Ticketmaster on Saturday.You going to go? I definitely want to.......
  • Pioneer moved Bullets: Wizards owner Abe Pollin dead at 85

    Pioneer moved Bullets: Wizards owner Abe Pollin dead at 85
    Abe Pollin, a pioneer in area sports and the first man to move a major league sports franchise out of Baltimore in the modern era, died Tuesday. He was 85. His death was announced by his company, Washington Sports & Entertainment. No details were...
  • For Motley Crue, it feels good to be back

    For Motley Crue, it feels good to be back
    The fact that all four are still alive is nothing short of miraculous. The original members of Motley Crue - lead singer Vince Neil, bassist Nikki Sixx, lead guitarist Mick Mars and drummer Tommy Lee - spent much of the Reagan era wasted on drugs and...
  • New Kids on the Block still have the right stuff

    New Kids on the Block still have the right stuff
    Such worldwide hysteria among teen girls hadn't been seen since the Beatles. In the late 1980s and early '90s, some 25 years after the Fab Four sparked mania, New Kids on the Block became a sweeping sensation. The Boston quintet of Donnie Wahlberg, Joey...