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  • Give pols a pass for verbal miscues

    Give pols a pass for verbal miscues
    My elementary school principal was fond of reminding his students that the last perfect person walked this Earth 2,000 years ago. (Note to the litigious types over at the ACLU: It was permissible to provide such insight in light of the school's...
  • Commentary: The old frontier of TV might still be just as good

    I'm giving you, the faithful ETC… reader, a break from controversial columns and writing about something I'm sure we can all agree on: television. I was out with a friend not too long ago at Maryland Day, an event at the University of Maryland...
  • Terrell Suggs, Tom Brady put feud on hold heading into Sunday's game

    Terrell Suggs, Tom Brady put feud on hold heading into Sunday's game
    Throughout the season, it seemed as if Terrell Suggs was making a conscious effort to keep Tom Brady's name out of his mouth. While spouting out sound bites on other NFL quarterbacks, such as Ben Roethlisberger and Tim Tebow, on the Ravens' long road to...
  • Chimes hopes to laugh a little, raise a lot

    Chimes hopes to laugh a little, raise a lot
    Baltimore celebrities will take their best shot at comedy, all in the name of giving back. The first Chimes Charity Chuckle seeks to raise funds for the Chimes, a Baltimore-based nonprofit group that provides services for the disabled, on Oct. 29 at...
  • Trio gives the Bard the once-over, lightly

    Trio gives the Bard the once-over, lightly
    If you want to get folks fired up about Renaissance theater, poking fun at William Shakespeare is one way to do it. The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company is doing that now with the second half of its ninth summer season, the parody "The Complete Works of...
  • Sister Nancy Murray brings her one-woman show to Baltimore

    For the better part of a decade, Sister Nancy Murray has been performing onstage throughout the world in a one-woman play that tells the story of St. Catherine of Siena, a 14th-century Italian teenager who was instrumental in restoring the papacy to...
  • J.B. Smoove brings the ruckus on stage and on camera

    J.B. Smoove brings the ruckus on stage and on camera
    "The Best of Leon," "My Favorite Leon Part," "Leon Awesomeness" — these are all YouTube titles. The clips are taken from Larry David's long-running HBO sitcom, "Curb Your Enthusiasm." In the videos, David, the show's neurotic protagonist, is a mere...
  • Staff Q&A: Which singer would you like to see host 'Saturday Night Live'?

    Staff Q&A: Which singer would you like to see host 'Saturday Night Live'?
    Katy Perry hosts “SNL” this week, so we asked our staff which singer, besides Justin Timberlake, they would like to see host next. •••• Does Lindsay Lohan count as a singer? Editor’s note: Nope.┬áLuke Broadwater,...
  • CNBC gets the wrong Bain in linking Romney to Obama

    CNBC gets the wrong Bain in linking Romney to Obama
    I have a million other things to write about, and about 500,000 of them have been rightfully ordered up by editors. Despite that, and a growing momentum this Friday night in Baltimore that nothing matters in the world except the Ravens playoff game...
  • Sexist, perhaps, but true: Women really are less funny

    Sexist, perhaps, but true: Women really are less funny
    As fans of the late Christopher Hitchens cycle through the five stages of grief, it's interesting to see which of his opinions can still inspire the kind of anger that is unlikely to ever fade into acceptance. There are, of course, the obvious candidates:...
  • The Black Keys, a rock band thriving in a world of pop

    The Black Keys, a rock band thriving in a world of pop
    "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-...
  • Tensions between McCain, Palin camps come to light

    Sarah Palin left the national stage Wednesday, but the controversy over her role on the ticket flared as aides to John McCain disclosed new details about her expensive wardrobe purchases and revealed that a Republican Party lawyer would be dispatched to...