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  • With Eightbar, Atomic Books adds a cozy lounge

    With Eightbar, Atomic Books adds a cozy lounge
    For the past few years, Atomic Books owner Benn Ray envisioned one day transforming the back area of his Hampden bookstore from a record store into a cafe. And instead of serving coffee, the bar would sell beer and wine. “I like the idea of being...
  • Bus stop at Harford Memorial Hospital to be moved for safety reasons

    Safety issues have prompted the move of the bus stop in front of Harford Memorial Hospital, a Havre de Grace city counciman said Monday. Councilman David Glenn said the decision to move the stop was made after complaints that the location was not safe....
  • Ravens need a haka, the Brumbies have one

    The Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens have three wins and five losses; they just lost to the Cleveland Browns for the first time in seven seasons, and they play the conference-leading Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. So I'll say this: The home team...
  • 2013 Howard County football power rankings, Week 9

    2013 Howard County football power rankings, Week 9
    Happy Halloween! I've been having nightmares trying to sort out all these football teams with all of these crazy upsets lately. Just kidding, doing these rankings has been as fun as getting a full-size candy bar while trick or treating. Seriously,...
  • Boosters reviving marching band at South Carroll High

    Boosters reviving marching band at South Carroll High
    In the 1970s, South Carroll High School's marching band was in the Macy's Parade. Throughout the '80s and '90s, the band won multiple competitions and traveled around the country participating in parades. By 2004, it was gone. The time has come,...
  • End of an era as Roland Park Bakery and Deli closes its doors (Hudson's Corner Column)

    November brings frost, lingering tree color and falling leaves. This year it brings other changes to the neighborhood landscape. On Nov. 8, Anita Ward, 30-year owner of the Roland Park Bakery and Deli, closed her business. After a long run at the Roland...
  • Thanks for helping with Havre de Grace Winter Wonderland [Letter]

    The Winter Wonderland Committee of the Community Projects of Havre de Grace wants to thank everyone who attended our Halloween Ball at the Community Center on Saturday, Oct. 26, dancing the night away to the fantastic rock and roll sounds of LIX. We...
  • At Bushy Park Elementary School, a Dash for fun [Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton]

    One day soon at Bushy Park Elementary School the students will laugh and cheer as Principal Edward Cosentino and physical education teacher Tyson Echentile dress like cowboys and ride horses around the school. Both challenged the students to participate...
  • Feeling too full after a Halloween night empty of trick or treaters [Column]

    Most movie buffs know sequels are rarely as good as the original. Life can be like that, too. Doug and I went to a Halloween costume party at the neighbors' house on Oct. 18, and we had a blast. That was our "first" Halloween for 2013. The sequel...
  • Visionaries broke new ground with Laurel Shopping Center

    Visionaries broke new ground with Laurel Shopping Center
    Laurel Shopping Center was a pioneer in local retail, and the men behind its development were visionaries who turned a then-radical idea into a successful enterprise that helped change the face of retail in the Baltimore/Washington area. Brothers Melvin...
  • Kids in local Leo Clubs busy helping others [Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton]

    Harrison Morson, the membership chairman of the Glenwood Lion's Club, is proud of the Glenwood Middle School Leo Club, which collected 103 bikes in its bike drive last May. The bikes were collected for the organization Bikes for the World and joined 12,...
  • Additions to annual Christmas display on track

    Additions to annual Christmas display on track
    When your annual Christmas display already contains more than 50,000 lights and hundreds of moving, lighted reindeer, polar bears, a couple of Santas, angels and snowmen, what do you add to make the whole glitzy package even more appealing? You add...
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  • A look at what Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome has done when he had nine or more draft picks to work with

    A look at what Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome has done when he had nine or more draft picks to work with
    The NFL will soon reveal which teams will be awarded compensatory picks for free agents lost last offseason. The Ravens are expected to receive three or four compensatory picks -- likely four -- which would bring their number of picks for next month&...
  • For 'Poetic Justice,' fandom's a matter of passion and familiarity

    For 'Poetic Justice,' fandom's a matter of passion and familiarity
    Rick Bowlus comes by his love of football honestly. But becoming a big-time Ravens fan — that wasn't so easy. Bowlus, who goes by the name "Poetic Justice" on Ravens game days, grew up in Ohio a devoted Browns fan. And he maintained that allegiance...
  • Terps honor Darryl Hill, first African-American football player in the ACC

    Terps honor Darryl Hill, first African-American football player in the ACC
    COLLEGE PARK — Darryl Hill didn't set out to make history. The Atlantic Coast Conference's first African-American football player said Tuesday that he was a "reluctant pioneer." But as the former Maryland wide receiver's college career unfolded...
  • Logo artist files copyright lawsuits against Ravens, NFL

    Logo artist files copyright lawsuits against Ravens, NFL
    All Frederick E. Bouchat says he wanted years ago was recognition for his idea for the Ravens team logo. Since the South Baltimore resident first sketched a flying raven clutching a shield with a "B" and faxed it to the Maryland Stadium Authority 16...
  • The Sun remembers: Feb. 17-Feb. 23

    The Sun remembers: Feb. 17-Feb. 23
    Feb. 22, 2003: Matching its most one-sided Atlantic Coast Conference men's basketball win in history, defending NCAA champion Maryland wallops North Carolina, 96-56, before nearly 18,000 at Comcast Center. "If you beat anybody by 40, you're happy," says...
  • Comparing the 2012 Ravens to the 2000 Ravens

    Comparing the 2012 Ravens to the 2000 Ravens
    As we learned last week, members of the Ravens’ 2000 championship squad are rooting for the 2012 team, but if the modern-day Ravens could go back in time and play them, the 2000 team is confident it would win. "If you asked me to pick a team to...
  • For 2001 Ravens, Super Bowl ring not a guarantee of success in life

    For 2001 Ravens, Super Bowl ring not a guarantee of success in life
    Tony Siragusa isn't the prettiest of men. The former Baltimore Raven played the thankless role of a 6-foot-3, 330-pound steel drum, crashing the line over and over, so teammates could sack the quarterback — and reap the glory. But "Goose" was a...
  • Jermaine Lewis reflects on return TD in Super Bowl XXXV, more

    Jermaine Lewis reflects on return TD in Super Bowl XXXV, more
    Jermaine Lewis, who in recent years has been convicted on traffic-related charges, now lives in a two-story Reisterstown home with his wife and children, relying on savings. He hopes to get back into the workforce, he said, and be a part of a team again...
  • Ravens special teams breakdowns cost team early

    Ravens special teams breakdowns cost team early
    — Ultimately, it was a special teams play that lifted the Ravens into the AFC championship game. For much of Saturday's 38-35 double-overtime win over the Denver Broncos, however, it appeared that special teams would be the Ravens' downfall. The...
  • Former Ravens player arrested in hit-and-run incident

    Former Ravens player arrested in hit-and-run incident
    Former Ravens player Jermaine Lewis, who returned a kickoff for a touchdown in the team's 2001 Super Bowl victory, has been charged with driving recklessly and resisting arrest after police said an officer had to use a Taser to subdue him. Police said...
  • Ravens' road to Super Bowl glory

    Ravens' road to Super Bowl glory
    Week 1: Ravens 16, Steelers 0 Pittsburgh – Three Rivers Stadium The Ravens opened the 2000 season with a dominant defensive performance in a victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Ravens stifled a Steelers offense that failed to record a...
  • Brian Billick looks back — and ahead

    Brian Billick looks back — and ahead
    This Q&A is part of a special commemorative edition that will publish in print Friday and will be rolled out online and for mobile devices throughout the day Thursday. We invite you to pick up the paper Friday and to check back on our site and mobile site...