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  • Mike Strange: How Tennessee links to the Sweet 16 teams

    The Sweet 16 is a joy any year. It's even sweeter this year with Tennessee crashing the party. Today, a look at the Vols' links to the other 15 teams still picking and rolling towards that one shining moment. Michigan: The Vols hope Friday night's...
  • This day in history

    This day in history
    Historic events can happen at any time. Today could be just as momentous. Whether a hero is born, tragedy strikes, or something out of the ordinary happens, RedEye's got it covered. Each day we take a look back at a few of the most defining moments in...
  • Count Oscar Robertson Among Shabazz Napier's Admirers

    NEW YORK – Oscar Robertson is one of the great names in basketball history, but he is not a bronze statue, not a hazy figure on a grainy old film. He's 76, but still solidly built, and can take over a room as surely as he used to take over games....
  • Mazzante's return to Hershey for state finals brought back a lot of memories; and not all were good

    While playing at Penn State, Kelly Mazzante scored the most points by a male or female in Big Ten history — 2,919. She went on to play in the WNBA for parts of seven seasons and was a member of two WNBA title teams. She even played in Russia,...
  • 'Finding Vivian Maier' Reveals Life of Mysterious Street Photographer

    A documentary about a photographer can be as two-dimensional as a snapshot itself unless the shutterbug's life also makes a compelling story. "Finding Vivian Maier," the story of a Chicago nanny and street photographer is as fascinating for unraveling the...
  • GDC 2015 returns to San Francisco March 2-6, 2015

    GamerHub.tv The 2014 Game Developers Conference (GDC), the world's largest and longest-running event serving professionals dedicated to the art and science of making games, set an attendance record with more than 24,000 industry professionals at last...
  • New life envisioned for old Peale Museum downtown

    New life envisioned for old Peale Museum downtown
    In the shadow of Baltimore's City Hall is a 200-year-old building that has been the seat of city government, a school for African-American children and a museum that displayed a mastodon skeleton and the embalmed head of a New Zealand native. Now, a...
  • Hungary to ignore critics with landslide for Orban

    BATONYTERENYE, Hungary (Reuters) - Barring a major upset, Hungarians will enthusiastically re-elect Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his Fidesz party for another term in April. To outsiders who see an authoritarian troublemaker, the expected landslide...
  • AMC branches into comedy, teams up with Chris Carter

    Having tackled drama, reality and talk shows, AMC announced Wednesday it was venturing into a new genre, comedy, greenlighting its first sitcom pilot and announcing development of projects with such established comedy names as Seth Rogen and John...
  • Ex-Terps player Billy Jones reflects on breaking ACC's color barrier in basketball

    Ex-Terps player Billy Jones reflects on breaking ACC's color barrier in basketball
    On occasion, Billy Jones' granddaughter reminds him of what he'd as soon forget. "Pop-Pop, you are old," Cleo Pounds will say. That's Jones' cue to dig out his scrapbooks, curl up on the sofa and regale the 8-year-old with sporting tales of yore —...
  • For starters: New York Knicks at Miami Heat

    For starters: New York Knicks at Miami Heat
    With Wade, Oden and Birdman out for the Heat, a look at the starting lineups, inactives, referees and a pregame note of note for Sunday's 1 p.m. game between the Miami Heat and New York Knicks at AmericanAirlines Arena (TV: ABC. Radio: 790-AM, 104.3-FM,...