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More articles by Dan Rodricks

  • Bob Miller's bridge

    It inspired him, got him out of the coal mines, nearly killed him, gave him a future. Fifty years later, the Chesapeake Bay Bridge is still as monumental in his life

  • Down and out in Vegas

    Amid the glitz and glamour, a Baltimore fighter realizes he's lost his lucky punch.

  • Down for count, he's still fighting

    Reggie Gross was a promising boxer in Baltimore in the '80s before his bout with drugs ended with three life sentences for murders he says he didn't commit.

  • A river in recovery

    Ken Pavol and his colleagues believed the polluted North Branch of the Potomac River could be saved. So they found ways to do just that.

  • Sobering emotions rule in Drug Court

    More family therapy than court, it rings with applause of success, but has tears for city's relapsed addicts, too.

  • Stream of Consciousness

    His father had taught him one way to fish. A little river in Pennsylvania taught him another.

  • Prized fighters reap rewards

    Class: As boxer Hasim Rahman is finding out, being a heavyweight champion packs a powerful punch.

  • 200,000 miles not too far to chase an NHL dream

    The Capitals' Jeff Halpern, the league's only Marylander, recognizes the sacrifices his parents made driving him to places with stronger programs - like Canada, New England and upstate New York.

  • Crazy for Carbonara

    There's nothing more comforting than this Italian dish -- no matter how you cook it.

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