Former Baltimore Ravens coach Brian Billick appeared on "The Norris and Davis Show" on 105.7 The Fan on Tuesday to talk about Baltimore's chances of advancing to the Super Bowl in Indianapolis next month. Those chances are very good, said Billick, who predicts that the Ravens will play the Green Bay Packers for the title.
Just as premium channels like HBO started making their own films in the 1980s to wrest control from the broadcast networks and Hollywood production companies, so are distributors like Hulu and Netflix trying to do to the cable industry today.
While the Frosty of holiday lore has only a brief run-in with a traffic cop, the Frosty of Chestertown, 52-year-old Kevin Michael Walsh, has a history of tangling with police. Saturday's arrest is his fifth this year.
Having been rejected by Maryland voters in his last campaign for office, former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. is taking his show on the road with a new book, "Turn This Car Around," which he hopes will give him a higher national profile.
After 10 months of simmering controversy, Cafe Hon owner Denise Whiting said that she will relinquish her "Hon" trademark. "I'll take it off the register," she said. "It was never mine to have in the first place."
Though just last spring he was a junior at River Hill High School, right now Dan Geraghty and the other four band members of Hollywood Ending are contestants in "The Next Big Thing," a Radio Disney show.
By By Janene Holzberg and Special to The Baltimore Sun
The Ravens offense was historically awful in a 12-7 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday night. ... After the game, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said, "It's about as bad as you can play on offense." ... Harbs also defended his decision to go for an onside kick. ... Ray Rice's fumble streak ended. ... Brendon Ayanbadejo was ejected. ... Bernard Pollard received a questionable penalty. ... Jimmy Smith "didn't really do anything" in his return. ... The Orioles will interview De Jon Watson, their third candidate for the open general manager's spot, on Wednesday.
Robert Andino hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth inning to beat the Red Sox on Wednesday night. Fewer than five minutes later, down in St. Petersburg, Evan Longoria hit a walk-off home run to officially knock Boston out of the playoffs.