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  • The Sun Remembers July 21-27

    The Sun Remembers July 21-27
    July 23, 1996: Construction begins on the Ravens' $200 million stadium at Camden Yards, which is due to open in 1998. "We will deliver a football stadium that will do for the NFL what Oriole Park has done for baseball," Maryland Stadium Authority chairman...
  • Ilias 'Louis' Sabracos, 81, barber, diner owner and activist

    Ilias 'Louis' Sabracos, 81, barber, diner owner and activist
    Ilias "Louis" Sabracos, a fixture in Baltimore's Greek community who owned several successful businesses, including a barbershop and diner, died Wednesday at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center after suffering a stroke. He was 81. Born in...
  • Local performance art group stages 'Moby-Dick' water ballet show

    Local performance art group stages 'Moby-Dick' water ballet show
    No two adaptations of "Moby-Dick" are the same, but it's doubtful that any previous rendition featured a synchronized-swimming skit to Rick James' song "Super Freak," a chance to win a Groupon to a local hair salon or a cameo by Esther Williams. This...
  • Three injured in separate shootings in Baltimore Tuesday

    Three injured in separate shootings in Baltimore Tuesday
    Three men were shot in separate incidents in Baltimore on Tuesday, in North Baltimore, near Johns Hopkins Hospital, and in West Baltimore, police said. At about 10:10 p.m., a man was shot multiple times in the 700 block of Mello Court, in a cluster of...
  • NCAA open to non-NFL stadiums hosting lacrosse championships

    NCAA open to non-NFL stadiums hosting lacrosse championships
    In response to an attendance downturn at recent NCAA men's lacrosse championship weekends, the organization is now open to allowing non-NFL stadiums to serve as hosts in upcoming years. The development comes on the heels of three consecutive years of...
  • Highlights from Jonathan Ogden's Hall of Fame speech

    Highlights from Jonathan Ogden's Hall of Fame speech
    Excerpts from Jonathan Ogden's Hall of Fame acceptance speech Saturday night in Canton, Ohio: Thank you very much. Thank you very much, wow. Whew, batting leadoff, all right. First of all, I want to thank you, Ozzie for that fantastic introduction. I've...
  • Camden Yards getting its weekend under the lights with Fox , ESPN telecasts

    Camden Yards getting its weekend under the lights with Fox , ESPN telecasts
    When the New York Yankees visit Baltimore each year, the stakes always seem to be a bit higher for the crowds at Camden Yards. With the success of the Orioles last season and through the first half of 2013, as much is true again this season. And the...
  • The Sun Remembers: June 30-July 6

    The Sun Remembers: June 30-July 6
    June 30, 1999: Three Maryland players go early in the NBA draft. The Vancouver Grizzlies select Steve Francis, the Terps' star guard, with the second overall pick, and center Obinna Ekezie in the second round. Francis becomes a three-time All-Star over...
  • Manny Machado's 'aptitude' is key, Ripken says

    Manny Machado's 'aptitude' is key, Ripken says
    The two Baltimore baseball stalwarts sat at a table at the Four Seasons at the Inner Harbor, reminiscing on the first time they met, their fathers and their playing days. But the conversation between Cal Ripken Jr. and Orioles manager Buck Showalter...
  • The Sun Remembers: June 23-29

    The Sun Remembers: June 23-29
    June 26, 1982: "I'm hoping for a long future in Baltimore," quarterback Art Schlichter says after signing with the Colts. Schlichter, from Ohio State and the fourth player taken in the 1982 NFL draft, will play three games for the Colts before being...
  • Datebook

    Wednesday, June 26 Lecture Jeff Black, director of St. John's College's Graduate Institute, will deliver a lecture, "The Very Pictures of Education: On Rousseau's Illustrations in 'Emile'," at 7:30 p.m. in McDowell Hall, 60 College Ave. in Annapolis....
  • Barbara Piper, Hopkins employee

    Barbara Piper, Hopkins employee
    Barbara "Babs" Piper, a former administrative assistant at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, died Wednesday of complications from acute bipolar disorder at her Rodgers Forge home. She was 63. Born Barbara Ann Jensen in Baltimore, she was...