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  • Teen reads: September

    Teen reads: September
    "This Thing Called the Future" By J. L. Powers Cinco Puntos Press, 208 pages, $16.95 Ages 13 and up Khosi is a 14-year-old girl living on the edge of Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. She has no luxuries in her life. She lives a small shack with her...
  • Statewide high school football scores from Friday

    Statewide high school football scores from Friday
    Aberdeen 21, Fallston 14 Annapolis Area Christian 40, Pallotti 0 Arundel 58, Southern-AA 13 Atholton 48, Centennial 0 Bel Air 21, C. Milton Wright 14 Bethesda 28, Walter Johnson 14 Bishop Ireton, Va. 48, St. Mary's Ryken 0 Bishop Walsh 57,...
  • Friday night's high school football playoff scores

    Friday night's high school football playoff scores
    4A Regional Semifinals North Poly 50, Perry Hall 21 Catonsville 30, Paint Branch 28 East North Point 38, Arundel 21 Old Mill 45, South River 7 West Quince Orchard 52, Bethesda 7 Winston Churchill 24, Gaithersburg 6 3A Regional Semifinal...
  • PASSINGS: Doyle Bramhall, Winston C. Doby, Bruno Rubeo, Cargill MacMillan Jr.

    PASSINGS: Doyle Bramhall, Winston C. Doby, Bruno Rubeo, Cargill MacMillan Jr.
    Doyle Bramhall Bluesman collaborated with Stevie Ray Vaughan Doyle Bramhall, 62, a blues singer, drummer and songwriter best known for his collaborations with the late guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan, died Saturday at his home in Alpine, Texas, the Houston...
  • Briefs: Vobora joining Seattle

    David Vobora was born in the Pacific Northwest and he played high school and college football in the region. Therefore, the former Mr. Irrelevant is not irrelevant in the Pacific Northwest. Vobora will now get to return home to play for the NFL team...
  • OCC ready to open it up

    OCC ready to open it up
    Orange Coast College quarterbacks ran for their lives and often threw under duress last football season, hoping to connect with someone wearing the same-colored jersey. The result was 41 sacks, 22 interceptions, a 49% completion rate, an impotent offense...
  • 2011 UConn Football Roster

    Listed alphabetically NO. NAME HT/WT POS. CL. HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) 14 Kamal Abrams 5-10/175 WR FR Dover, Del. (Dover) 22 Andrew Adams 5-11/185 S FR Fayetteville, Ga. (Woodward Academy) 95 Kenton Adeyemi 6-4/257 DT FR Wethersfield, Conn. (Fork...
  • A Word, Please: Words you an end sentences with

    I’ve been saying it so long I’ve started to doubt my own words. There’s a myth out there, I tell people, a widespread superstition that it’s wrong to end a sentence with a preposition. Then I go on to address that myth. But the...
  • In defense of honoring civilians killed in Iraq and Afghanistan

    Letter writer Michael Richardson of Perry Hall promises not to buy The Sun as long as Jean Marbella and Dan Rodricks write for the paper ("Tired of unfair attacks on Republicans couched in 9/11 remembrance," Sept. 13). He is mad that Mr. Rodrick's...
  • Remarkable Person: Robert Weinstein

    Remarkable Person: Robert Weinstein
    Some career changes seem to follow a natural progression. A law enforcement officer might go to work for the FBI. A professional athlete might step into the broadcasting booth. Robert Weinstein made a much sharper turn. After two decades as a...
  • Through a lens starkly: Sofia Silva's suburbia

    Through a lens starkly: Sofia Silva's suburbia
    For some, the sight of a faceless garage or a squat chain store or a long stretch of tract housing barely registers; there's just nothing unusual about such things. For artist Sofia Silva, they mean a lot. And, once framed by her camera lens, they are...