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  • Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston (Sept. 16)

    Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston (Sept. 16)
    Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston answers readers' questions about the Ravens' win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 2 and more. What's your take on the Ravens after only two games? The offense looked bad in the first game, much improved in the...
  • Jerry Large: Space goals can lift down-to-earth ones

    Sometimes the news makes me want to get off the planet for a while, to go where, well, where each day is about new frontiers rather than old problems. I can't afford a lift on one of Virgin Galactic's space-tourism flights, but I can hook my imagination...
  • Thumbnail Look At South Florida

    Location: Tampa, Fla. (347,645) Enrollment: 41,344 Founded: 1956 Nickname: Bulls Colors: Green and gold Famous USF athletes: Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul; Eagles safety Nate Allen;Former place kicker Bill Gramatica; Former NBA guard...
  • Dan K. Thomasson: Obama's hard stance on ISIS a long time coming

    WASHINGTON Listening to the president's address to the nation regarding the crisis with ISIS or ISIL if you prefer, I was struck by the lack of indignation in the president's presentation. Where was the visible anger, the fist-pounding oratory that made...
  • Trudy Rubin: Finding the right words for the fight against ISIS

    "Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world. . . . The best lack all conviction, while the worst Are full of passionate intensity." William Butler Yeats, "The Second Coming" Republicans were berating Secretary...
  • Mitch Albom: Musician shows the true meaning of free

    The esteemed guitar player kept strumming in the rain. His audience was around 30 people, down from the hundreds who had come to see him before the storm hit. "What else?" he yelled, smiling. Someone called a song. He began crooning. "I've got you...
  • Larry Stone: Chargers turn Seahawks' swagger to stagger

    On a sweltering San Diego day, the Seahawks had their mortality exposed. Humidity begat humility. The Seahawks were out of sorts all day. Russell Wilson was often under heavy pressure, and Phillip Rivers picked apart Seattle's defense with a deft short...
  • Mike Sielski: Foles, Luck embody a different kind of QB

    INDIANAPOLIS Consider the quarterback. In our mind's eye, in the image of him that we've conjured after decades of watching football and steeping ourselves in its mythology, he is John Wayne and John F. Kennedy and John Shaft, all in one tough and cool...
  • Cosmopolitan goes political [Commentary]

    Cosmopolitan goes political [Commentary]
    Every news outlet you can think of has had something to say about Ray Rice. Plus one you might not think of. Cosmopolitan. On its website, the magazine famous for its naughty bedroom advice published a sad and searing commentary by author Roxane Gay...
  • IT'S IN THE BUDGET $10,500: Parks and Recreation printing

    The City of Poquoson's parks and recreation department is budgeted to spend $10,500 this year to print the department's magazine, called the Island Tide. The money covers design, art, typesetting, graphic layout, paper and print production. The magazine,...
  • Trudy Rubin: Islamic State threat too big to ignore

    Now that President Barack Obama has finally laid out a strategy to "degrade and destroy" the Islamic State, there are only two (very big) questions that matter: Is this strategy really necessary? And can it succeed? My answer to the first question is a...