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  • Meet 'Carne Cabeza,' the shirtless, masked face of Orioles fandom

    Meet 'Carne Cabeza,' the shirtless, masked face of Orioles fandom
    It’s been a decade and a half since the Baltimore Orioles have stirred excitement so far into the season. Now that they're 64-53 and in contention for a playoff berth, fans have plenty to talk about. Now, enter: Neal Moorhouse, aka “Carne...
  • 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 inĀ '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...
  • NFL, Ravens announce policy banning most bags from stadium

    NFL, Ravens announce policy banning most bags from stadium
    A new policy announced by the NFL on Thursday will prevent Ravens fans from carrying most bags into M&T Bank Stadium this season unless they are made of a clear material. The change follows a national trend toward increased security measures at...
  • After Camden Yards assault, Orioles fans speak out

    After Camden Yards assault, Orioles fans speak out
    In the aftermath of a Camden Yards fight that left a Maryland man with severe head injuries, Orioles fans have turned to radio talk shows, Twitter, Facebook and office watercoolers to express their outrage. The alleged assault of lifelong Yankees fan...
  • The Orioles -- and Baltimore -- reawaken

    The Orioles -- and Baltimore -- reawaken
    It thoroughly confounds the pundits that the Baltimore Orioles, separated by 15 years from their last winning season, and with a roster dominated by the young and unknown, would host the New York Yankees in a September series with first place on the line....
  • The Sun Remembers: June 2-8

    The Sun Remembers: June 2-8
    June 7, 2001: At the White House, President George W. Bush greets the NFL champion Ravens, who present him with an autographed football and a personalized jersey. "It was cool, man," defensive tackle Tony Siragusa says. "[But] I was depressed that they...
  • Joseph S. Eubanks

    Joseph S. Eubanks
    Joseph S. Eubanks, a noted bass-baritone and Morgan State University music professor who performed with the first American company of "Porgy and Bess," which toured the world in the 1950s, died May 16 of renal failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson....