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Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson
Explore Michael Jackson's life and his music, as well as the events since his death on June 25 at the age of 50.
Explore Michael Jackson's life and his music, as well as the events since his death on June 25 at the age of 50. « Show less

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  • How we work out: Stiff Guy Yoga

    How we work out: Stiff Guy Yoga
    It's no secret that females are generally more limber than males. While the thought of stretching the body in any number of directions might scare most men, instructor Paul Shapiro says that once you get used to yoga, it brings positive change....
  • Young Marylanders honored for community spirit

    Young Marylanders honored for community spirit
    Two years ago, when Sade Miller was in fifth grade at Ridgely Elementary School in Denton, she decided to raise money for the hospice in Caroline County. Instead of holding a bake sale or asking the adults in her life for money, Sade (pronounced Sha-day)...
  • Meet Maryland safety commitment Milan Collins

    Meet Maryland safety commitment Milan Collins
    It’s common practice for football recruits to say their college choice is based primarily on academics. Whether or not that popular refrain is true is often up for debate. But when Bishop McNamara safety and honor roll student Milan Collins says...
  • Highland/Fulton: Bare walls? Come to art auction at St. Louis Catholic Church

    Do you have bare walls that need dressing up? Come join the Knights of Columbus and the Catholic Daughters of America as they sponsor an art auction on Feb. 2 at 7 p.m. in the church hall at St. Louis Catholic Church in Clarksville. Undoubtedly, you...
  • With a playoff game days away, was this the right time for Ray Lewis' announcement?

    With a playoff game days away, was this the right time for Ray Lewis' announcement?
    There's little question that the Ray Lewis era has been all good for the Ravens and Baltimore sports fans. There's no doubt that he will go down in history as one of the greatest middle linebackers in NFL history. And, since everyone knew he was...
  • Paul McCartney on (the topic of) drugs

    Paul McCartney on (the topic of) drugs
    The Library of Congress is full of wonderful treasures, and today it released a new chestful: a collection of interviews on topics such as sex, drugs and rock and roll. Included is Paul McCartney relating how pot and other drugs boosted the Beatles'...
  • 'So You Think You Can Dance' recap: Los Angeles and Detroit auditions

    'So You Think You Can Dance' recap: Los Angeles and Detroit auditions
    Note: Since I recap both Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance and they’re overlapping seasons this week and next, I’ll be covering both nights in one recap for these first two weeks. They open with past winners and notable...
  • City plans bike-sharing program

    City plans bike-sharing program
    More than 250 bicycles would be available for short-term rentals at 25 stations throughout Baltimore by this time next year under a bike-sharing program similar to those in Washington and London, city officials said. The city's financial oversight...
  • Every dog (and tortoise) has its day at March for the Animals

    Every dog (and tortoise) has its day at March for the Animals
    A lot of humans had their hands full at Sunday's 18th annual March for the Animals in Druid Hill Park. Adam Mittadam, 30, of Canton, held fast to the leashes of six French bulldogs — Mango, Kiwi, Coconut, Scooter, Vespa and Moped — all...
  • The Sun Remembers: Oct. 21-27

    The Sun Remembers: Oct. 21-27
    Oct. 26, 2002: Make it five straight wins for Maryland's football team, which rips Duke, 45-12. Scott McBrien passes for two touchdowns, Nick Novak kicks a 51-yard field goal and the visiting Terps intercept three passes to go 6-2 for the year. They'll...
  • Halloween's fiendish fun translates into big bucks

    Halloween's fiendish fun translates into big bucks
    The National Retail Federation says Halloween will be an $8 billion industry this year, with seven in 10 Americans celebrating and spending an average of nearly $80 per person on costumes, candy and decorations. Don't believe it? Look no farther than...
  • Scaring up interest, and business, for Halloween

    Scaring up interest, and business, for Halloween
    The National Retail Federation says Halloween will be an $8 billion industry this year, with seven in 10 Americans celebrating and spending an average of nearly $80 per person on costumes, candy and decorations. Shoppers were already on the prowl for...