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Sun ReporterEubie Blake Feb. 7, 1883 - Feb. 12, 1983 James Hubert "Eubie" Blake was born in Baltimore on Feb. 7, 1883. He was the son of former slaves John Summer Blake and Emily. "I'm proud of my heritage," Blake said. "I want everybody to know that I came from...
Tags: Music Theater, Death, Sophie Tucker, Ronald Reagan, Eubie Blake
Associated PressFour Duke men's lacrosse players, including 2007 national Player of the Year Matt Danowski, will return for a fifth season granted by the NCAA to restore a year lost amid rape allegations that led to false charges against three former teammates....
Sun staffGirls Player of the Year Monica Fischer, Fallston The dynamic senior closed out a fine four-year career by leading the Cougars (17-1) to a runner-up finish in Class 3A along with a second straight undefeated regular season. The team captain was lethal...
Sun reporterThe ambience surrounding yesterday's Duke lacrosse opener seemed so ... normal. Boisterous students milled about, dressed in the school's trademark blue. Proud parents displayed buttons with their sons' uniform numbers. The packed stands erupted with...
Tags: Students, Criminal Laws, Depression, Rape, Teaching and Learning
Sun ReporterFor years, they had met over sandwiches and Bloody Marys at tailgate parties before their sons' games. But yesterday, parents of the 2006 Duke lacrosse team gathered for a more somber purpose: to announce a federal court suit against the university and...
Tags: Rape, Defendants, Justice System, Bankruptcy, Sexual Assault
The last two weeks' Getting There columns about Maryland drivers and pedestrian crosswalks brought a strong outpouring of e-mail. This is a sampling of reader reactions. Md. pedestrians, an underserved bunchThank you so much. We are such an underserved...
Sun staffPlayer of the Year Malcolm Delaney Towson Catholic, senior After a 64-59 victory over rival Mount St. Joseph in early February that clinched a league title, Delaney talked about the big difference in his play as a senior. "Last year I went away from...
Sun reporterAs they weigh their choice for governor, Maryland voters are divided over which candidate would best handle the issues that matter most to them, a new Sun poll shows. Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s biggest perceived strength, according to the survey of 1,...
It's very late at 30 Rockefeller Center, where it's been dark for hours, the stores long closed. Yet tourists and determined sightseers crowd the entrance, slog into an impossibly long but ever-growing line or just huddle around, camera phones on standby....
1 Senior Gilman lost to graduation. The Greyhounds advanced to the MIAA AConference quarterfinals last season and knocked off top-ranked Calvert Hall. 8 State championships won by River Hill. 11 Consecutive games won by Bel Air before falling to...
Sun staffPLAYER OF THE YEAR Tommy Brenton River Hill The versatile, 6-foot-4 senior guard-forward capped an outstanding season with 28 points and 10 rebounds to lead the No. 9 Hawks (23-5) to their first state championship with a 60-51 win over Bethesda-Chevy...
Sun staffPlayer of the Year Lindsey Puckett, Fallston As the daughter of Cougars coach Alice Puckett, much has been expected of the junior forward since she arrived at Fallston. She hasn't disappointed. Exceptionally skilled with a quick release and precise...
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