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  • Some see cloud over City Hall

    With the raid of Mayor Sheila Dixon's house, the complicated financial investigation that has bubbled through Baltimore news cycles for years officially jumped the local threshold. Political and public relations experts say this whiff of scandal will...
  • City sits on sideline in NBA competition

    City sits on sideline in NBA competition
    The two news items from early and late Wednesday weren't exactly related, but they were more than coincidental. In the morning: a front-page story in The Sun about how The Relic on Howard Street (aka 1st Mariner Arena) still makes a decent profit. At...
  • No sure pro shot for city

    No sure pro shot for city
    A new arena is a poor risk for Baltimore if the city is counting on attracting an NHL or NBA franchise, sports business experts say, but some agree with city leaders that a proposed 18,500-seat venue could be profitable without such an anchor tenant....
  • Rick Maese: A few loose ends to tie up for that arena

    It's handy and it's dandy. Easy to fold and easy to hold. When you see your favorite politician, pass it on. When you see your local sports team owner, be sure to share. Because here it is for the very first time: The definitive, dead-on, no-excuses...
  • Fight over funding taking shape

    As Baltimore officials and sports fans bask in the promise a new arena could bring to the city, a familiar battle is already taking shape among the state lawmakers who may be charged with finding a way to pay for it. Arena boosters say it's not certain...
  • Gibbons' admission of hGH use smacks of hypocrisy

    Presumably, any day now George Mitchell will release a scathing report on steroids in baseball that will either eternally restore our faith in the national pastime or shock us all into moving to Ottawa and becoming NHL fans. But there's a slight problem...
  • Testing policies and penalties for performance-enhancing drugs

    Testing policies and penalties for performance-enhancing drugs: MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALLAt least two annual urine tests administered during and between seasons for anabolic steroids and amphetamines. Positive steroid tests result in a 50-game suspension for...
  • Remember '08?

    In my continuing effort to show how sophisticated I am, I'd like to quote the French poet Paul Valery: "The trouble with our times," he said, "is that the future is not what it used to be." Never mind that he uttered that cynical little gem several...
  • Churchill Downs to observe Barbaro anniversary

    Barbaro's owners will return to Churchill Downs today to honor the 2006 Kentucky Derby winner on the first anniversary of his death. Neither the Jacksons - Roy and Gretchen - nor Churchill Downs would elaborate on plans. The Kentucky Derby Museum, a...
  • New spin for Meissner

    With six weeks to go before the World Figure Skating Championships, Kimmie Meissner has dropped her longtime coach in favor of one she hopes will provide a quick fix. In: Richard Callaghan, who guided Tara Lipinski to Olympic, world and national titles...
  • Steroid hearings extend to racing

    Four-legged athletes are joining their two-legged counterparts as part of a congressional probe into steroids in sports. The president of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association has agreed to testify in front of a House panel investigating the...
  • Fresh faceoff at Loyola

    Fresh faceoff at Loyola
    In April 2006, Duke lacrosse player Collin Finnerty, looking pale and dazed, was marched into a wood-paneled North Carolina courtroom to be formally accused of raping an exotic dancer at a team party. Two years later, Finnerty - vindicated along with two...