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  • Volunteering and paying it forward: Marie Boyd named 2014 Daily Press Citizen of the Year

    Volunteering and paying it forward: Marie Boyd named 2014 Daily Press Citizen of the Year
    There is an underlying simplicity to the work that Marie Boyd does within the Peninsula community. There are people in need. Everyone knows that. What a lot of people don't understand is that there are also lots and lots of people, from all walks of...
  • Baltimore Sun Media Group Executive Profiles

      Timothy E. Ryan Publisher and Chief Executive Officer Timothy (Tim) E. Ryan has served as publisher, president and chief executive officer of the Baltimore Sun Media Group since 2007. In 2010, he also became publisher and CEO for additional...
  • CBS wins week in ratings despite 'SNL'

    Television viewers were clearly curious about the anniversary party that "Saturday Night Live" threw for itself on Sunday, with more than 23 million viewers tuning in. The Nielsen company said it was the highest-rated entertainment telecast on NBC...
  • Dear ESPN, more cheering, less yelling

    Dear ESPN, more cheering, less yelling
    A link on ESPN.com Feb. 16 read, “Durant fires at media, ‘done with’ being P.C.”   You know what? I don’t care.   I love sports, but I do not care that a pampered NBA star is irritated with some reporters.  I’m not...
  • Coolness: Snow Sculptures at Westfield Old Orchard

    Coolness: Snow Sculptures at Westfield Old Orchard
    What do you do with tons of snow at an outdoor shopping mall besides hauling it all away? How about snow sculptures? Grab your cell phone. You'll want it handy to snap photos of cool snow sculptures at Westfield Old Orchard shopping mall in Skokie....
  • White-out conditions mean retail blues in New England

    New England is waist-deep in the white stuff and neck-deep in the red. Historic snowfalls are costing state and local governments millions in plowing and other inclement weather expenses. They're also exacting a heavy toll on the regional economy. And...
  • MSNBC's Brzezinski to host events for women

    The NBC Universal News Group is launching a series of live events where "Morning Joe" host Mika Brzezinski offers empowerment tips to women, a venture that illustrates an effort to find revenue-raising activities outside the traditional definition of...
  • Social media kicks up sales of bronzed baby shoes

    During the Depression, former kindergarten teacher Violet Shinbach canvassed Ohio neighborhoods looking for yards with wading pools, tricycles and toys strewn about. She knew the young mothers who lived in those houses were prospective customers for her...
  • Shooting suspect slams religion while defending liberty

    If his Facebook page is any indication, Craig Hicks doesn't hate Muslims. An avowed atheist, his online posts instead depict a man who despises religion itself, but nevertheless seems to support an individual's right to his own beliefs. "I hate Islam...
  • Cadillac's Oscar ad channels Teddy Roosevelt

    DETROIT Cadillac's advertising during this Sunday's Academy Awards telecast will feature a spot that borrows from President Theodore Roosevelt's famous "Man in the Arena" speech, but shows none of Cadillac's cars or SUVs. The spot's name, "Dare Greatly,"...
  • Balancing Act: Managing email so it doesn't manage you

    While many of us appreciate the flexibility our mobile devices provide, we find ourselves reading and responding to messages from the office long after we have left it. But what if our inboxes could help us reclaim work/life balance? From software to...