Quote: "My biggest prayer is to make [dropping to one knee in prayer] cool again. For a high school kid to get on a knee and pray and [show] it's not something that's unique or different and that it's okay to be outspoken about your faith." New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow, while preaching at Easter Sunday's mass in Georgetown, TX on Sunday. AS TOLD TO ABC NEWS

Digits: 1973: the year local Baltimore breweries and bottling plants began to close due to competition from national brands. Peabody Heights Brewery, the newest branch of microbrewery Baltimore-Washington Beer Works set to begin brewing at the abandoned Abell/Waverly bottling plant in the next two months, will be the city's first large-scale brewery since.

Maryland Republicans pushed Mitt Romney closer to the GOP presidential nomination Tuesday, giving the former Massachusetts governor a wide margin of victory on a day when he also won in Wisconsin and the District of Columbia. With the sweep, Romney now has more than half of the 1,144 delegates he needs to secure the nomination, and remains on pace to pick up the rest before the primaries end in June. THE BALTIMORE SUN

With the second Baltimore Grand Prix less than five months away, organizers of the race have yet to sign key agreements, land sponsorship deals, launch a marketing campaign or start selling tickets. Downforce Racing LLC has not fulfilled three of five benchmarks that its contract with the city required be done three weeks ago. Despite the delays, Downforce executives and city officials say they are confident that preparations are on track for this year's race over Labor Day weekend in September. THE BALTIMORE SUN

Blue Moon, the popular beer division of Chicago-based MillerCoors, is including two seasonal offerings in each variety pack for 2012 in order to boost slipping beer sales. Spring's introduction was Valencia Amber Ale, with an Agave Blonde Ale slated for summer. Blue Moon will select its new fall seasonal based on Facebook voting. THE BALTIMORE SUN

"Shaken baby syndrome" was cited Friday in the defense of George Zimmerman, the Florida man who shot teen Trayvon Martin. Hal Uhrig, a lawyer and former Gainesville, Fla., police officer who recently joined Zimmerman's defense team, explained that Zimmerman may have suffered injuries similar to shaken baby syndrome. Zimmerman has said he shot Martin in self-defense. THE BALTIMORE SUN

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