There's no way to win in the game of low self esteem. When I spent my junior and senior years of high school on my knees in front of a toilet, trying to vomit my way to a thigh gap, I was miserable. I see no poetry in how I cried in front of the mirror, no deeper meaning behind my impulse to dissect every flaw I could find in myself. When my agony about my appearance began to leak into other facets of my life, from my performance in school to my ability to maintain friendships, I realized a
Cockeysville man, Josh Christina, at 18, is the youngest person to be named to the Maryland Country Music Hall of Fame, along with another member of their band, Good Old Stuff. Christina also released a CD as a solo artist in November.
The Baltimore Ravens are reeling after a heart-breaking loss to the hated Pittsburgh Steelers. And the Steelers unlikely savior, backup quarterback Charlie Batch, is getting much deserved attention on Google and Twitter this morning.