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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....
Baltimore Sun reporter"Jamesy Boy," an independent film directed and co-written by Maryland native Trevor White and starring Mary-Louise Parker, Ving Rhames and James Woods, will begin filming in Baltimore March 5, the Maryland Film Office announced today. The film, which...
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...
Baltimore Sun reporterJohn Mackey changed the game of football on and off the field. The former Baltimore Colt brought grace to a position that had been known for its brutality, and he made the first real headway in the NFL players' fight to earn a more equal share of the pie....
A stash of classic comic books -- the kind that most kids tossed in the back of their closets -- was sold for $3.5 million at an auction Wednesday in New York, according to USA Today. The top price of about $523,000 was paid for a copy of Detective Comics...
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 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...
Tags: Trials, Inner Harbor, Restaurants, Bill Belichick, Halloween
A pub crawl is simple: Gather some friends, hit some bars and stumble your separate ways home. While fun, the routine can get a little repetitive. That's why, in the past couple years, a number of off-beat bar crawls have sprung up. Now, you and a...
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,...
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...
Tags: Ray Rice, Joe Flacco, Football
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...
It is possible to quibble with the idea of cramming three blockbuster works into a single program, but the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra carries it off. Ravel's "Bolero," that brilliant study in rhythmic and melodic reiteration, not to mention crescendo,...
Tags: Music, Culture, Music, Culture, Van Cliburn
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