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This list of Mike Sragow's 115 favorite films should be considered must-viewing. Use it to update your movie rental queue. "The Adventures of Robin Hood," 1938 "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes," 1939 " Alice Adams," 1935 "The Apu Trilogy," 1955-...
Reality CheckGreetings and salutations, PR fans. Before we get to the penultimate episode of Project Runway: 90210, a brief apology from me, your master of blogging ceremonies, Kevin Van Valkenburg. My 'other' writing job (sports) and a tragic TiVo malfunction...
Tags: Joe Montana, Richard Gere, Robert Evans, Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol
The Fellowship of the Ring is a movie masterpiece - thrilling, passionate and wise. From the spine-tingling stentorian tone of the opening, which introduces us to the mythology of J.R.R. Tolkien's antique Middle-earth and "The One Ring to Rule Them All,"...
Tags: Arts, Sean Bean, Cinema Industry, Corruption, Ian McKellen
Sun StaffJohn Unitas' importance in pro football history can't be emphasized enough. He was not only one of the game's all-time greatest quarterbacks, but also a central figure in the NFL's rise from relative obscurity to the nation's No. 1 sports obsession. When...
Tags: Joe Montana, Vince Lombardi, Johnny Unitas, Television, Arts
Sun Foreign StaffFirst of two parts SOWETO, South Africa - It's morning in Soweto. Minibus taxis rattle along the streets, jarring residents awake with their blaring horns. Smoke rises from the coal fires burning in the overcrowded shacks of squatter camps. Children in...
Special to The SunOn the southern banks of Round Bay on the Severn River, just a few miles northwest of downtown Annapolis, lies the deeply wooded community of Sherwood Forest. Named for the woodland home of Robin Hood and his merry men, the rambling gated community has...
Sun ReporterHe scurried beneath the pines to hide from the police chopper and its infrared eye. He climbed a tree to evade the bloodhounds. Once, he draped his camouflaged body with twigs and leaves, lying motionless as an all-terrain search vehicle nearly ran him...
Sun Movie CriticWith the last remnants of winter finally dribbling through art theaters, let us now praise summer remakes, sequels and franchises. With trailers rampant and the movies themselves unseen, every question mark registers as a come-on. Around the World in 80...
Sun National StaffThe Army launched dozens of investigations into detainee abuses across Iraq in the past two years - probing claims of beatings and torture that rivaled the Abu Ghraib prison scandal - but case after case was closed with U.S. troops facing no charges or...
Tags: Afghanistan, Criminals, Murder, Defense, Sex Crimes
SunSpot StaffBenjamin S. Carson spends most of his time giving. Born into poverty in Detroit, Carson's childhood was marked by a strong temper, low self-esteem and constant ridicule from classmates because of poor grades. But his mother, Sonya Carson, refused to...
Sun StaffGary Letteron is a good soul who slaves to seed the city with trees. Where some guys trick out their Camaros with flaming paint jobs, Letteron cruises Southwest Baltimore in a pickup truck with autumn leaves drawn on its fenders, its bed heavy with...
Sun StaffMick O'Shea's saloon, North Charles Street, Friday night. The Guinness is flowing, thick and black as tar. The college students at the bar are working hard on their buzz, and the older people at the tables are picking at their salads and gazing...
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