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The Baltimore SunLAUREL — Good luck reducing Aquille Carr's story to a tweet or a television sound bite. Has the Baltimore prep basketball sensation grown into a man? Well, the calendar says so, as do his daughter, about to celebrate her first birthday, and his...
Laurel Park Winter SprintFest nominations announced Nominations for the three races that highlight the Presidents Day holiday weekend at Laurel Park were released by the Maryland Jockey Club's racing office Friday. Winter SprintFest features two...
The Baltimore SunThe wristband caught his attention several times throughout a typical day. If he took a shower, the blue silicone bracelet stayed on. When he had basketball practice or a game, he moved it from his wrist to his ankle. Pictures of red, yellow and blue...
Are you from here? That freshly painted mural at The Dome at the Madison Square Recreation Center, it wants to know, and it wants to know in big block letters. Everyone wants to know, it seems. After all, it is an advertising slogan for Under Armour,...
An interesting exchange is taking place. Under Armour, as part of their agreement with the NBA, renovated The Dome at Madison Square Recreation Center basketball courts for use by inner city kids and brought Muggsy Bogues in for the dedication ("Bogues...
In June 1967, the Orioles wore shiny new World Series rings. Baltimore still had pro teams in basketball and ice hockey. And kids listened to pop music on transistor radios tuned to WCAO-AM. That month, The Evening Sun corralled 18 male "Prep Stars of...
Sun ReportersAt 7:04 a.m. Tuesday, 17-year-old Sterling Jones, bleary-eyed and shirtless, opens the front door of his rowhouse on Wheeler Avenue in West Baltimore. He squints into the sunshine, nods his head, then disappears back inside. He has lived on this block...
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Officially, the gathering in a vacant lot behind Johns Hopkins Hospital yesterday afternoon was the kickoff of a state-run anti-violence project. Unofficially, it was a 'Melo welcome-home block party.The fact that it functioned as both is precisely why...
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