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Rudolph S. Gebhardt, who went from being a circus performer to a banker, died Sept. 10 of a blood clot at his Clearwater, Fla., home. The former longtime Glen Arm resident was 86. The son of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus performers, Mr....
WrestleMania 29 is shaping up to be a blockbuster event. I know it's eight months away, and WWE has at least six pay-per-view events before it, but hear me out. Today, we live in a big-name, part-time environment. What I mean by that is that the biggest...
The Baltimore SunIt has been said that many of America’s future heavyweight boxing champions are hidden on various football fields and basketball courts across the country. Gone are the days of supreme athletes choosing a career between the ropes over one in the...
Sisters Diane Andrews and Mary Harper have been dancing since they were 4 years old and teaching dance since they were in high school. Now at the ages of 54 and 47, respectively, they still have the same passion for the art that they had when they were...
On Saturday, Ravens running back Ray Rice was honored by his old high school, New Rochelle High School, which retired Rice’s former No. 5. According to The Daily Voice, Rice shed tears at his Ray Rice Day event in New Rochelle, N.Y., which was...
Tags: High Schools, Schools, Football, New York Jets, Bart Scott
If you want to win an arms race, minor escalation is not the way to go. Only after President Ronald Reagan started developing a wildly expensive and impractical system to shoot down enemy missiles did the Soviet Union give up the Cold War. The $900...
So much of the Washington Capitals' success in the postseason has stemmed from their ability to protect and hang on to even the slimmest of margins regardless of the adversity they faced. At a certain point, though, there was bound to be a break that went...
"Rock 'n' roll will never die," sang Neil Young in 1979. Lately, though, it seems to be in a coma. How else to describe the sad state of rock? The Billboard charts are filled with pop acts, rappers and country singers. Even sugary boy-bands have re-...
For some, the first signs of spring are warmer days and cherry blossoms. For others, the season truly begins with the arrival of the new concert season at Columbia's Merriweather Post Pavilion. Workers have been busy with spring cleaning in...
The Baltimore SunBerend Weijs was a favorite of Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon. It’s not that the 6-foot-10 center was a top scorer. But he was affable, worked hard in practice and was a shot blocker. Weijs had an eventful two years. He played...
Tags: Mark Turgeon, Gary Williams, Basketball
The Baltimore SunA party bus company that promised "luxury charter buses" to the Sweetlife Music Festival Saturday is facing a major backlash and thousands of dollars in refunds after it left hundreds of customers stranded. Numaan Akram, founder and CEO of Rock & Bus,...
The scrutiny surrounding the Syracuse basketball team has been there for months, starting with the allegations of sexual abuse by former longtime assistant Bernie Fine and, more recently, with accusations that Hall of Fame coach Jim Boeheim used players...
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