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Depression (INACTIVE)

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  • Ex-McDonogh QB Sabelhaus finds happiness in Hollywood

    Ex-McDonogh QB Sabelhaus finds happiness in Hollywood
    The pictures come clearly into the mind of Bob Sabelhaus Sr., as he is driving to New York for Thanksgiving and talking on his cell phone about his son Bobby, who in 1995 was the nation's top-rated quarterback prospect during his senior year at McDonogh....
  • Ex-Raven Steve McNair found dead

    Ex-Raven Steve McNair found dead
    Former Ravens quarterback Steve McNair, who won a division title and 15 games in two seasons in Baltimore, was found dead of multiple gunshot wounds in a Nashville condominium Saturday, and a woman found dead with him was shot once in the head, police...
  • A neighborhood under the gun

    A neighborhood under the gun
    The 55 souls gathered at Faith Tabernacle Apostolic Church kept worshiping Sunday evening when a flash of light danced across the stained-glass windows. Just a police car responding to a call, they figured, a common enough sight in this part of East...
  • Sense of loss drives Ngata

    Sense of loss drives Ngata
    In Polynesian culture, a celebration, by definition, is not a private affair. Word of good news spreads as if it were carried by the wind, touching uncles, cousins, brothers, friends, sisters, girlfriends, ex-girlfriends and strangers, and without...
  • Dixon resigns

    Dixon resigns
    Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon resigned Wednesday, part of a plea deal that brings a years-long corruption investigation to a close and ends the tenure of the city's first female mayor. Dixon, 56, will leave office Feb. 4, the day she is sentenced both for...
  • Baltimore Sun readers recall the Colts' move to Indianapolis

    "From 1972 to 1983 I was part of the Baltimore Colts Radio team. At WCBM, I produced and directed the Baltimore Colts football play-by-play broadcast for the 40-station Colts Radio network. Before all games, home and away, I hosted the "Coaches Corner," a...
  • Carbon monoxide takes young Md. lives

    Four children have died in Maryland of carbon monoxide poisoning after inhaling dangerous fumes from exhaust pipes of cars buried underneath a record-breaking snowfall, and Baltimore police were investigating two other deaths under similar circumstances...
  • Relay team's bronze ends Phelps' chance for eight gold medals

    Michael Phelps got psyched up for his first gold medal by watching the movie Miracle. He is going to need one to meet the expectations that followed him from his home in Rodgers Forge to the Athens Olympics.Yesterday, he won a bronze medal as part of the...
  • Enjoying life makes older people more capable, study says

    Enjoying life makes older people more capable, study says
    People who enjoy life maintain their ability to take care of themselves, and they walk faster than those who rate their lives as less enjoyable, scientists reported Monday. Feelings of happiness and enjoyment – a.k.a. positive affective well-being...
  • Christopher Durang hangs with Chekhov, meets Tony

    Christopher Durang hangs with Chekhov, meets Tony
    NEW YORK — A few years ago, playwright Christopher Durang began wondering "what if" a bunch of Anton Chekhov's characters lived in Bucks County, Penn., as he did. And what if two of the older ones lived in a nice stone farmhouse like his for not...
  • Advice: The secret to meeting women

    Advice: The secret to meeting women
    I’m a 21-year-old, straight male and lately every time I see a woman I'm remotely attracted to, I just feel sad. My last breakup was really bad and it took me a while to even think about dating. I really want to be in a serious relationship, but...
  • Kristina Wong's stereotype-skewering humor: Stop and think about it

    Kristina Wong's stereotype-skewering humor: Stop and think about it
    Kristina Wong has crashed Miss Chinatown pageants as a pimply, cigar-smoking, over-the-hill contestant. She has posed as a rabid Jeremy Lin fan, waving sexually suggestive signs at the NBA player's games. On a sewing machine in her Koreatown apartment,...