Alan N. "Goldy" Goldstein, a retired Baltimore sun sports reporter and columnist whose primary beats during his four decade career was professional boxing and basketball, died Monday of liver failure at a son's Glen Arm home. He was 82.
Michael and Son's 30-second television ad, appearing just before halftime in this year¿s Super Bowl in a few East Coast states, is part of a multiyear campaign by Washington area plumbing and heating company Michael and Son Services to generate media attention without paying for a national ad. Ads that run regionally can be significantly cheaper than the national ones.
Baltimore-area faith leaders pledged to work together to dispel stereotypes swirling about Islam in the wake of extremist Muslim terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, Calif., at a service dubbed "Faiths Unite Against Hatred."
Now that summer is officially upon us, we're taking a look at the definitive summer songs of all time, based on their seasonal popularity on Billboard's Hot 100 charts. Today, we count down the summer jams of the 1990s.
The fast-growing Under Armour, a Baltimore-based sports apparel and footwear brand, and its ambitious founder and CEO, Kevin Plank, have embraced the Preakness, the city's largest, splashiest sporting event and the second leg of horse racing's Triple Crown. The two brands have become increasingly entwined.
Emanuel Taylor has been putting in hard work for months preparing to fight Chris Algieri, a former kickboxer who has three inches on him, in Algieri's hometown of Huntington, N.Y. Those in Taylor's corner hope the fight, which will be featured on ESPN's "Friday Night Fights," will put him in position to box for a world championship.
Sam Koch, Morgan Cox and Justin Tucker are pretty much inseparable. Whether they are taking on Joe Flacco and Michael Oher in a heated game of cornhole, hitting the Las Vegas strip in the offseason, or helping the Ravens win football games with clean snaps and clutch kicks, you rarely spot one member of "the Wolf Pack" without seeing the other two trailing a step behind.
First, an image of Madison Square Garden. Comments from Vince McMahon Sr. and Mike Tyson. The legendary Howard Finkel announcing: "From Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania." And then, there he was, in his prime and in his glory, on WWE television in 2013. The "Living Legend," Bruno Sammartino.
All morning long, on every sports and news show on TV, they've been showing the clip. You know the one. The one that shows Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace viciously throwing the elbow that floored Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden in the Lakers' 114-10 double overtime win Sunday.
The Ravens scored the game's final 16 points to pull away from the Texans and post a 29-14 victory on Sunday. The Ravens defense slowed down the Texans with second-half adjustments and the offense benefited from big plays from Anquan Boldin and others. ... John Harbaugh's brother, Jim, the 49ers coach, got in an altercation with Lions coach Jim Schwartz. ... Maryland coach Randy Edsall praised quarterback C.J. Brown. ... John Beck could start for the Redskins.
Ravens linebacker Sergio Kindle is looking to get cleared for contact over the next couple of weeks.. ... Orioles reliever Alfredo Simon could be released from a Dominican prison soon. ... With these Orioles, parking behind the outfield fence is a bad idea. ... Carmelo Anthony is a different player and person as he returns to New York.