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  • Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians hospitalized, Clyde Christensen to call plays

    Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians hospitalized, Clyde Christensen to call plays
    The Indianapolis Colts' offense took another hit this morning when offensive coordinator Bruce Arians was hospitalized with severe flu-like symptoms. Arians has been sick for the majority for the week, according to the Colts. The illness was first...
  • Chuck Pagano, Reggie Wayne said offense not impacted by absence of Bruce Arians

    Chuck Pagano, Reggie Wayne said offense not impacted by absence of Bruce Arians
    The Indianapolis Colts’ nine points in Sunday’s 15-point loss to the Ravens in Sunday’s AFC wild-card playoff round, matched a season low when the team fell to the New York Jets, 35-9, on Oct. 14. Critics might point to the absence...
  • Raise your glass, Thames Street Toddy at Thames Street Oyster House

    Raise your glass, Thames Street Toddy at Thames Street Oyster House
    Nothing says old fashioned and simple quite like the Hot Toddy. Whether you're using it to treat your flu or cold symptoms (not doctor recommended, but probably by your grandmother) or preparing to hit the hay, it's the perfect evening drink. Thames...
  • Aboard Twill Do, James Stierhoff seeks third Maryland Hunt Cup win

    Aboard Twill Do, James Stierhoff seeks third Maryland Hunt Cup win
    To co-workers, he's known as The Racing Guy. His neckties have little horses on them, and James Stierhoff has a different one for each day of the week. The walls of his office cubicle at the investment firm Brown Advisory are peppered with news...
  • Terps women's road matchup vs. Delaware sold out tonight

    Terps women's road matchup vs. Delaware sold out tonight
    Tonight's women's basketball game between Maryland and Delaware is a sellout, according to a tweet from Kevin Tresolini, the outstanding University of Delaware beat writer for The (Wilmington, Del.) News Journal. So, if you were planning to make the...
  • 'I am embarrassed for our city,' Ed Reed says after Ravens' loss to Broncos

    'I am embarrassed for our city,' Ed Reed says after Ravens' loss to Broncos
    The mounting frustrations of a third consecutive loss were on display during and after the Ravens' 34-17 defeat to the Denver Broncos. That included Ravens Pro Bowl free safety Ed Reed slamming his helmet to the ground after he and cornerback Cary...
  • Notebook: Shorthanded Ravens defense struggles in loss

    Notebook: Shorthanded Ravens defense struggles in loss
    Hurdled and bulldozed by Denver Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno and outsmarted by quarterback Peyton Manning, the Ravens' defense was rendered largely helpless Sunday. During a crushing 34-17 defeat at M&T Bank Stadium, the Ravens' reactions were...
  • Paid sick leave a wise investment

    Having shown national leadership on marriage equality and fair treatment of immigrant children, Maryland has the opportunity to turn its attention to the plight of workers who have no access to paid sick days. The ability to earn paid sick days allows...
  • More younger people getting colorectal cancer

    More younger people getting colorectal cancer
    Carol Carr showed all the signs of colorectal cancer seven years ago, but doctors thought the 44-year-old Glen Burnie woman was too young to have the disease and never tested her for it. Instead, they said her diarrhea, vomiting, cramping, iron...
  • Virginia man receives face transplant at Maryland Shock Trauma

    Virginia man receives face transplant at Maryland Shock Trauma
    When Richard Lee Norris opened his eyes after a marathon 36-hour surgery to give him a new face, he immediately wanted a mirror. A natural reaction for a man who had been practically living as a recluse since a 1997 gun accident took off his nose, chin,...
  • Winterize your skin to protect it against the cold

    It's going to get cold again this weekend and the perfect time to winterize your skin. Frigid temperatures, dry hair, high home heat and winter sun can wreak havoc on your skin. If you don't fend off the damage you'll be looking at botox by the time your...
  • FDA approves new flu vaccine

    FDA approves new flu vaccine
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a new vaccine to prevent the seasonal flu. FluMist Quadrivalent is the first vaccine to contain four strains of the influenza virus - two influenza A strains and two B strains. It is manufactured by...