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  • Life 60 years after high school

    Editor: Time magazine recently published an article entitled "Don't Worry, There's Life After High School." Life 60 years after graduating from Bel Air High School is different than when we were seniors in high school, but it's still life! Psalms 90,...
  • Instant analysis: Ravens stage historic comeback

    Instant analysis: Ravens stage historic comeback
    Edward Lee, reporter: The ravens will take this win, but there's a lot to work on -- a lethargic first-half showing by the offense, a porous offensive line and an unwelcome return of penalties. Matt Vensel, Sports Blitz: Unlike on Monday night, the...
  • Linardi's OT goal helps McDonogh take A Conference title from Gilman

    Gilman goalie Andrew Harris thwarted several scoring chances by No. 1 McDonogh in Saturday night’s Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship game, making acrobatic saves that had the Eagles simply shaking their heads in...
  • Six Flags America to launch 'Apocalypse' in 2012

    Six Flags America to launch 'Apocalypse' in 2012
    Six Flags America is envisioning 2012 as the end of the world and wants visitors to take that last ride aboard a new roller coaster. The Apocalypse, a thrilling coaster that will drop riders 90 feet, is set to open at the Maryland theme park on May 25....
  • Deserving students will benefit from Mark Hollingsworth Scholarship

    Earlier this year, I wrote about the Mark Hollingsworth Scholarship, founded in memory of a Sykesville man who died from lung cancer in July 2010, at the age of 48. Hollingsworth was a devoted family man, an avid traveler and triathlete, and a...
  • Five Things We Learned about the NFL in Week 1

    Five Things We Learned about the NFL in Week 1
    Greeting, football fans. This week, we're taking our popular "Five Things" template we use to break down each Ravens game, and expanding to the rest of the NFL. Each week, we'll try to look at some of the trends and issues we noticed around the league. As...
  • Small but vibrant crowd expected for Annapolis Comic-Con

    Small but vibrant crowd expected for Annapolis Comic-Con
    He was always a skateboarder and action-movie fan, not to mention a punk-rock enthusiast, but from the time he turned 12, nothing excited Steve Anderson more than the approach and arrival of his favorite day, Wednesday. That was the day the newest issues...
  • 10spot: Artscape and nine other favorites this week

    10spot: Artscape and nine other favorites this week
    1. Sum up Artscape? That’s one of the best things about it — you can’t. Especially since this is the free arts festival blowout’s 30th year (celebrating everything 1980s, which we assume you love). And, of course, there’s...
  • Around the Web: Advice to occupiers, daytime bars, zombies, serenity in the city

    Around the Web: Advice to occupiers, daytime bars, zombies, serenity in the city
    -------------------- Around the Web is a weekday roundup of posts by Sun community network members and other Baltimore area bloggers and websites. To suggest a post, share it on our wall on Facebook, tweet a link to it using the #mdblogs hashtag or fill...
  • Large Hadron collider notwithstanding, it's still an Einsteinian universe

    Mac Nachlas' letter suggests that the results of a recent European experiment not only raises entirely new doubt about Albert Einstein's theories but also reveals a failure of the U.S. to keep up with other devolved countries in its investment in basic...
  • 'Dancing with the Stars' recap, week 4: A bout of amnesia

    'Dancing with the Stars' recap, week 4: A bout of amnesia
    Dancers drew inspiration this week from famous movie scores. That meant lightsabers, suspension cables, swords, whips and lots of other flashy props. Oh, and there was some dancing, too. Unfortunately, a few dancers lost focus on their actual...
  • Flacco not thinking about proving himself

    Flacco not thinking about proving himself
    The Ravens have not tried to disguise the obvious fact that the offense’s success in the last month has centered on running back Ray Rice. But the postseason has also been the stage for quarterbacks to make names for themselves. Consider that in...