I saw something extraordinary last night, and after the clock ran out, I was positive there was no place I'd rather be than Federal Hill, the neighborhood many love to hate, or at least love to roll their eyes at.
One Howard County Government official was locked out of the Superdome Sunday, another became the subject of a photo on news websites across the country and a third followed a superstitious ride to the Ravens Super Bowl victory.
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti doesn't go half-stepping when he puts on a party. The Ravens' postgame celebration for friends and family featured a live performance by Mary J. Blige, who invited Ray Lewis up to the stage to teach her his famous "squirrel dance."
Monday, Feb. 4, Baltimore Ravens fans in Ellicott City were recovering after too much to eat and too little sleep. Many were tired, but proud after the Ravens were crowned Super Bowl champions with a 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers.
Almost as soon as Super Bowl XLVII was over and the Baltimore Ravens had beaten the San Francisco 49er, fans stormed over to Dick's Sporting Goods in Bel Air to get their hats, T-shirts and everything else Ravens Super Bowl champs.
The journey everybody has been talking about in the Baltimore Ravens locker room for the last month officially came to an end at 10:44 p.m. Sunday with the Baltimore Ravens reigning as SuperBowl champions.
An power outage darkened the Superdome in the third quarter of the Super Bowl on Sunday night, an unnerving experience for a stadium that had been the refuge of last resort for many when Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005.
This is it. After two weeks of waiting, it's finally here. What Baltimore Ravens fans across Harford County have been looking forward to since the Ravens beat the New England Patriots two weeks ago: the Super Bowl.