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Will Rogers once observed that a newspaper ad was worth about 40 editorials, which many of us in the opinion writing side of that equation suspect would be quite the bargain. Little else could explain the public's indifference to a topic that has launched...
The Baltimore SunThe Ravens' defense won't have to worry about being haunted Sunday by elusive Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, one of the best improvisational players in the league. Instead, they'll try to exploit the emergency presence of struggling...
It's 1943. First light colors the summer Chesapeake Bay off the fishing village of Rock Hall, revealing a 6-year-old boy rowing a wooden skiff, struggling to do it quietly, so not to scare the blue crabs his great-grandfather dips as they run their...
The Campus Hills community is rallying against AMF Towson Lanes' liquor license application, which residents believe could make what they contend are unruly crowds that gather outside the alley at night even more troublesome. "We don't want a bar in...
The Baltimore area is getting back to normal after Sandy — government offices are open, trains are running again and the lights are on at 95 percent of the homes and businesses that lost power. But Sandy's dangers linger. A man clearing storm-...
I have been asked many times, how can I fish the Susquehanna River without a boat? That's an easy question to answer. From Conowingo Dam to the mouth of the river, there are many spots you can fish from shore. On the Harford County side alone, some of...
The big one got away again at Saturday's Maryland Fishing Challenge finale in Annapolis. For the eighth straight year since the contest was established, no anglers caught the special Diamond Jim striped bass worth a $25,000 prize. Though the $25,000...
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Over the weekend, thanks to an annual camping trip I take with my son, Nick, to a location near Camp David, I had a front row seat to a display of democracy in action. There's a good chance you heard about the event in question: The G8 gathering of world...
Scott Cusick might not have caught the right species of fish to win a big prize in last month's White Marlin Open, but the 40-year-old New Jersey angler certainly had a memorable — and massive — catch. Cusick set a Maryland state record...
Most everyone looks forward to long weekend holidays. As usual our many waterways will be enjoyed by boaters of all types. This Labor Day we may have a wet one but let us hope for the best. There will be fishermen trolling at slow speeds or bottom...
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I was sad to hear of the passing of Tom Cooney, another icon of the fly fishing world. I met Tom at a meeting of the Maryland Fly Anglers several years ago. It was easy to spot Tom's wheels, for he always had a canoe on top and the inside of the van was...
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