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  • Cause lives on

    The owners of Barbaro announced yesterday, on the anniversary of his death, that the ashes of the colt who became a symbol of courage and perseverance for many will be buried at Churchill Downs, the site of his 2006 Kentucky Derby win. Most will recall...
  • How to avoid seasickness

    How to avoid seasickness
    At some point, almost every traveler suffers from seasickness or some other form of motion sickness. Mal de mer, as the French call it, is so common on cruise ships that some lines dispense anti-nausea pills free of charge. Remember, your vulnerability to...
  • Phelps joins pool of SI Sportsmen of Year

    Even though Michael Phelps is taking a break from the pool, he's still picking up honors. The Rodgers Forge native yesterday became the first swimmer named Sports Illustrated'sSportsman of the Year. He's just the third athlete from Maryland to be so...
  • 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...
  • Exit Garrett, enter Harbaugh?

    When Jason Garrett didn't accept the Ravens' head coaching offer and left team headquarters yesterday, the Dallas offensive coordinator likely opened the door for Philadelphia Eagles secondary coach John Harbaugh, a league source said. While the Ravens...
  • For McDonogh's Barclay, a 'crazy ride' to Rose Bowl

    For McDonogh's Barclay, a 'crazy ride' to Rose Bowl
    It began as a "cool idea" three years ago in the backyard of a friend's house in tiny Shelby, Ohio, after Devin Barclay found in a closet an old football that needed to be pumped up. The Annapolis native, now 26, who played soccer at McDonogh before...
  • Ambition made UM's Cirovski college soccer's dominant coach

    Ambition made UM's Cirovski college soccer's dominant coach
    He keeps the picture in his office, on a shelf with mementos of the country's most dominant college soccer coach. All around are highlights of Sasho Cirovski's past, from the two national championships his Maryland teams have won to the 40 players they'...
  • Toughness not an issue for Jonathan Ogden

    Toughness not an issue for Jonathan Ogden
    Want to get a rise out of the normally unflappable Jonathan Ogden? Bring up the toughness issue. Go ahead. Remind Ogden that, on the surface, he doesn't always act like an NFL offensive lineman. The same way those scouting reports hinted he wasn't...
  • Ravens opt to line up with Ogden

    The Baltimore Ravens had mapped out their NFL draft strategy a day in advance, and University of Illinois defensive end Simeon Rice was the wild card.Southern California wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson, Illinois linebacker Kevin Hardy, UCLA offensive...
  • Peter Marler dies at 86, bird scientist, birdsong, animal behaviorist

    Peter Marler dies at 86, bird scientist, birdsong, animal behaviorist
    When bird scientist Peter Marler and his future wife went to London's Kew Gardens for their first date, it wasn't quite a walk in the park. "We didn't get 50 yards from the gate before we sat on a bench and watched the pigeons," Judith Marler recalled....
  • PASSINGS: Ken Thorne, Ben Pesta

     PASSINGS: Ken Thorne, Ben Pesta
    Ken Thorne, 90, a television and film composer who won an Oscar for scoring the 1966 musical comedy "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," died of natural causes Wednesday at West Hills Hospital & Medical Center, said his wife, Linda....
  • Teen dies after hitting 405 overpass while standing on tour bus

    A 16-year-old boy died Saturday, two days after he struck a freeway bridge while standing on the top section of a double-decker tour bus, authorities said. The boy was standing on the "open roof" section of the bus as the vehicle drove under the Arbor...