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  • Boys basketball: The poll

    Boys basketball: The poll
    1. City Coach: Mike Daniel Last season: 23-2, ranked No. 1 Postseason: Class 2A champion Outlook: With four starters back — including Maryland-bound senior guard Nick Faust — the Knights are poised to make it three straight state titles....
  • Boys basketball: Coach of the Year

    Boys basketball: Coach of the Year
    Tony Martin John Carroll In six seasons at John Carroll, Martin turned a winless basketball program that competed in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference into the area's No. 1 team with a 33-4 mark this season. With an...
  • Game 5: Struck down by mistakes

    A problem the Ravens had hidden in previous weeks resurfaced yesterday. It's called pass defense, and the Ravens played very little, surrendering 352 passing yards in a 21-17 loss to the San Diego Chargers before 54,094 at Qualcomm Stadium. San Diego...
  • Martin wins Tour's 9th stage; Gallopin new leader

    Martin wins Tour's 9th stage; Gallopin new leader
    MULHOUSE, France - Germany's Tony Martin powered to an impressive victory in the ninth stage of the Tour de France after a 155-kilometer mountain raid in the Vosges that saw Vincenzo Nibali surrender the yellow jersey to France's Tony Gallopin on Sunday....
  • Matteo Trentin wins Tour de France Stage 14; Chris Froome leads race

    LYON, France -- Italian cyclist Matteo Trentin timed his finish perfectly to win the hilly 14th stage of the Tour de France, while Chris Froome preserved his overall lead by staying in the pack on Saturday. Froome and the other main contenders were more...
  • Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, Oct. 18, 1940

     
    Oct. 18, 1940: Lana Turner and Tony Martin (tab it serious) giving the Cocoanut Grove dance team, Georges and Jaina, pointers on Arthur Murray's "Lanapalooza," the dance Lana herself inspired, Jimmie Fidler says....
  • Building that once housed the famed Beverly Hills Friars Club is being razed

     
    The 1961 building in Beverly Hills that once housed the Friars Club, where Jack Benny, Gary Cooper and other Hollywood kingpins engaged in cheeky character assassinations at lavish, alcohol-soaked dinners, is being razed. Demolition of the building at...
  • 2012 Paris-Nice cycling TV schedule on NBC Sports Network

     
    NBC Sports Network has coverage of all eight stages of the Paris-Nice cycling event from France beginning Sunday, March 4, at 3pm ET. The “Race to the Sun” begins just outside of Paris and travels south for 1,155.5 kilometers to Nice, where it...
  • Cyd Charisse, 86; dancer starred in movie musicals with Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire

    Cyd Charisse, 86; dancer starred in movie musicals with Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire
    Cyd Charisse, who brought sizzle and sophistication to dance in such classic movie musicals as "Singin' in the Rain" and "Silk Stockings," died Tuesday. She was 86. Charisse died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after suffering an apparent...
  • Berle Adams dies at 92; co-founder of Mercury Records and an MCA executive

    Berle Adams dies at 92; co-founder of Mercury Records and an MCA executive
    Berle Adams, a onetime big-band booking agent who co-founded Mercury Records in the 1940s and later became a senior executive at MCA before launching his own successful business as an international television program sales representative and distributor,...
  • PASSINGS: Warren Vanderschuit, Eva Szorenyi, Eric Woolfson, Robert Kendall, Vyacheslav Tikhonov

    PASSINGS: Warren Vanderschuit, Eva Szorenyi, Eric Woolfson, Robert Kendall, Vyacheslav Tikhonov
    Warren Vanderschuit Character actor in many westerns Warren Vanderschuit, 79, a character actor who appeared in the John Wayne film "Rooster Cogburn" and dozens of TV westerns and who had an impressive athletic career as a young man in Los Angeles, died...
  • CDC warns against antibiotics for E. coli

    With back-to-back outbreaks of a potentially deadly strain of Escherichia coli -- one traced to California spinach in September and now another linked to products sold by Taco Bell -- some experts are renewing warnings against treating the symptoms with...