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  • UM still trying to lease Tyser suites

    UM still trying to lease Tyser suites
    - The white wine was chilling on the counter. The chicken Parmesan, flank steak and Caesar salads were soon to arrive. Rick Jaklitsch's second-level Byrd Stadium suite had a swank look and a new-car smell. But the party was down a few guests. The...
  • Game 1: Ravens pass Chiefs' test through the air

    Game 1: Ravens pass Chiefs' test through the air
    In a regular season that began with unexpected adversity, the Ravens ultimately passed the initial test. Joe Flacco threw for a career-high 307 yards and three touchdowns in lifting the Ravens to a season-opening 38-24 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs...
  • Baltimore casino developers show plans for site

    Baltimore casino developers show plans for site
    Outside, Baltimore's proposed casino would have an industrial look inspired by old warehouses in the surrounding area and a shop-lined pedestrian zone reminiscent of the Eutaw Street promenade at Oriole Park. Inside, it would have "neighborhoods"...
  • City OKs Gateway land for slots parlor

    The plans for Baltimore's slots parlor began taking shape publicly Wednesday as the Board of Estimates modified the original deal and permitted the facility to rise on valuable city-owned property that previously was considered off-limits because it had...
  • City reaches slots pact that could cut taxes

    The Dixon administration and the group bidding to build a slots parlor in Baltimore have reached an agreement that could generate enough money to slash Baltimore's property tax rate by up to eight cents, officials said. "It looks like this process is...
  • Good riddance

    Good riddance
    March 29, 1984, remains the most infamous day in Baltimore sports history. Ask longtime residents about it and they'll practically spit the words "Irsay" and "Mayflower." As the moving trucks rolled out in the snow that morning, they carried away the...
  • Mayor says city might reject slots parlor

    Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon said yesterday that the city might reject a proposed slots parlor near the Inner Harbor if the bidders' plan wouldn't produce enough revenue to fund "worthwhile" property tax reduction. The newly formed Baltimore City...
  • City seeks $36 million in yearly slots casino rent

    Baltimore expects developers interested in operating the city's only slots casino to pay at least $36 million in yearly rent to the city and build it to exacting environmental specifications, officials told about a dozen lobbyists, lawyers and...
  • Game 16: Flacco has deep impact as Ravens roll into playoffs

    Game 16: Flacco has deep impact as Ravens roll into playoffs
    The Ravens clinched the fifth playoff berth in team history, but they did it in a way unknown in this era of Baltimore football. Realizing they had to win to get in - the New England Patriots had won about 20 minutes before kickoff - the Ravens completed...
  • In 50 years since, nothing like 'The Greatest Game Ever Played'

    In 50 years since, nothing like 'The Greatest Game Ever Played'
    It matters not that their gaits are slowed and frames stooped, the result of ancient wounds and the passing of decades. These former Baltimore Colts - the 1958 Baltimore Colts - are arrested in the collective mind's eye of generations of football fans...
  • Save the date: 1958

    Fifty years ago, Baltimore was a grimy, rowdy, unpretentious town of rolled-up sleeves and red-hot steel, a warren of row homes and warehouses, a place where a man could walk into a bar on Greenmount Avenue and gab with a Colts player over a cold Natty...
  • Honoring the '58 greats

    Today we examine the year 1958 and what it was like in Baltimore and New York around the historic Dec.28, 1958, game between the Colts and Giants. As the 50thanniversary approaches, we'll look at the game through the eyes of those who played in it and...