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  • Ban smoking in Baltimore's stadiums

    Kudos to Monica Barlow for her courage and willingness to get involved in fighting lung cancer ("Camden Yards event looks to brush back lung cancer," Sept. 16). Nice to see a good cause get more recognition. Ironically, smoking is still allowed in...
  • Going, going: Last of city's giant gas holders coming down

    Going, going: Last of city's giant gas holders coming down
    The giant gray cylinder has loomed over the North Baltimore landscape for decades, providing heating gas for city homes and a familiar landmark for drivers on the Jones Falls Expressway. Soon it will disappear from the skyline, and with it will go an...
  • O'Malley names panel to study gambling expansion

    Gov. Martin O'Malley named an 11-member work group Monday night to study a possible expansion of gambling in Maryland and announced that if the group can reach consensus he would call a special session July 9 to vote on casino legislation. O'Malley...
  • O'Malley's slots gamble

    O'Malley's slots gamble
    Our biggest concerns about the push to expand gambling at the end of this spring's regular session of the General Assembly were that there had been insufficient public debate about all of the changes slots boosters wanted to institute and that there was...
  • Future of Camden Yards depends on continued evolution

    Future of Camden Yards depends on continued evolution
    In 1912, when Fenway Park opened as the home of the Boston Red Sox, fans went to a baseball game because they wanted to watch a baseball game. One hundred years later, stadiums are much more complicated places, filled with fans hoping for a variety of...
  • Grand Prix contract delay could cause 'PR problems,' lawyer warns

    Grand Prix contract delay could cause 'PR problems,' lawyer warns
    Reporters often suspect that government officials attempt to prevent the whole story from getting out.  Occasionally, we get proof.   I have a story in today’s paper about Downforce Racing, the group organizing this year’s Baltimore Grand...
  • Camden Yards at 20

    Camden Yards at 20
    When the Orioles open their season Friday, it's a safe bet that while many in attendance will be rooting for the home team (and some for the visitors, alas), all will appreciate the venue. Oriole Park at Camden Yards has remained one of the great...
  • Lawyer clarifies instructions not to discuss Grand Prix contract

    Lawyer clarifies instructions not to discuss Grand Prix contract
    The state employee who mistakenly included me on an email this week in which she advised a spokeswoman to “refrain from discussing [the delayed Grand Prix contract] with the Sun,” has responded to my request for clarification. Assistant...
  • Stadium Authority: No effort to deceive in discussion of Grand Prix contract

    The recent article about the status of the Baltimore Grand Prix and Downforce Racing suggests the Maryland Stadium Authority (MSA) stalled the Baltimore Sun's efforts to secure material through the Public Information Act to prevent a public relations...
  • Hitting the street with the Baltimore Running Festival

    Hitting the street with the Baltimore Running Festival
    The best moment of the annual Baltimore Running Festival comes not when the marathon starts on the street outside Oriole Park at Camden Yards, or when the champion crosses the finish line. For festival founder Lee Corrigan, the high point of Baltimore'...
  • State, city program gives security guards police powers

    State, city program gives security guards police powers
    The two men wore body armor with "POLICE" written across the chest and spilled out of their unmarked car, weapons drawn, ordering Christopher Dukes and his passenger out of their vehicle at a South Baltimore gas station parking lot. When Dukes pulled off,...