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  • Consumer Reports: Save big on clothes

    If you haven't been to the outlets in a while, grab your purse and put on some sneakers, advises ShopSmart, the shopping magazine from the publisher of Consumer Reports. When it comes to fashion, outlet bargains are tough to beat. Here are five trends...
  • Footwear, international driving changes at Under Armour's campus

    Footwear, international driving changes at Under Armour's campus
    As Under Armour gets set to launch new running shoes next spring and open dozens of its Brand House stores across the globe next year, some changes are underway at the Locust Point headquarters. For one thing, the brand plans to consolidate its footwear...
  • All the ways Gisele Bundchen's Chanel No. 5 ad confused us

    All the ways Gisele Bundchen's Chanel No. 5 ad confused us
    Gisele Bundchen's Chanel No. 5 ad dropped on Wednesday, and as beautiful as it is, it raises almost as many questions as Brad Pitt's puzzling effort did in October 2012. The world's highest-paid supermodel, who led the charge during the French fashion...
  • When did Baltimore become so chic?

    When did Baltimore become so chic?
    I grew up here, so I'm allowed to say this: Baltimore is not known for being "cool." We're not Manhattan with its Broadway shows and billionaires. We're not Los Angeles with its sunshine and celebrities. Heck, we're not even D.C. with shiny politicians,...
  • District players of year announced in Classes 2A, 3A

    District players of year announced in Classes 2A, 3A
    Faith Christian quarterback Grayson Jones and First Academy tight end Garrett Williams have been named Florida Athletic Coaches Association District 11 Players of the Year. Jones, the Class 2A POY, has completed 93 of 166 passes so far this season,...
  • Baltimore economy stands out amid lackluster state growth

    Baltimore economy stands out amid lackluster state growth
    The Baltimore region has been less affected by federal spending cuts than other parts of the state, helping to make it a bright spot in an otherwise lackluster Maryland economy, a federal economist said Thursday. Employment in the Baltimore region grew...
  • Under Armour beats analysts' sales, earnings estimates in third quarter

    Under Armour beats analysts' sales, earnings estimates in third quarter
    Under Armour expects sales to top $3 billion this year, company officials said Thursday, as the brand announced a third-quarter profit jump of 22 percent. The Baltimore-based sports apparel maker raised its annual sales forecast to $3.03 billion, a 30...
  • Fitness technology is personal to Under Armour's Plank

    Fitness technology is personal to Under Armour's Plank
    Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank was on his way to the airport after the ESPY Awards in Los Angeles in 2011 when his friend and colleague, Bill Hampton, suffered a heart attack in the SUV in front of him. Three years later, Plank recalled Hampton, Under...
  • Northwestern football player learns he has only one kidney, makes tough decision

     Northwestern football player learns he has only one kidney, makes tough decision
    It started with abdominal pain. Nothing major, but Dwight White felt discomfort one day in June, enough to request a doctor’s appointment. White had always been the exception. He was a smallish guy (5-foot-10, 180 pounds) playing a high-risk...
  • The Prospector: Through it all, humble Jacques Patrick stays grounded

    The Prospector: Through it all, humble Jacques Patrick stays grounded
    Jacques Patrick tried to throw everyone off last week. We all pretty much knew his heart was with Florida State, home to the first coaches to offer him a scholarship back when he was a freshman in high school. But the fun-loving, charismatic Patrick...
  • City sees jump in young, college-educated residents

    It's difficult for longtime Baltimoreans to say when exactly the young college graduates started moving into the neighborhoods clustered around downtown. But at some point they were everywhere, some 25,000 of them, toasting at bars, forming kickball...