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  • Each Ravens player prepares for the first whistle his own way

    Each Ravens player prepares for the first whistle his own way
    It's Sunday morning, not quite 8. Sunlight is peeking through the blinds in the Hyatt Regency Hotel room on Light Street where offensive lineman Marshal Yanda stays before every Ravens home game. His eyes are open. He might try to fall back to sleep,...
  • Orlando Science Center: Baron Sisters set for appearance Saturday

    Orlando Science Center: Baron Sisters set for appearance Saturday
    The Baron Sisters will be making a special appearance at the Orlando Science Center on Saturday. The contemporary folk duo, who recently sang at the 2011 Florida Music Festival, have opened for Alan Jackson, Sugarland, Jo Dee Messina and Phil Vassar. The...
  • Zac Brown Band to play Virginia Beach in October

    Zac Brown Band to play Virginia Beach in October
    Zac Brown Band will return to the amphitheater in Virginia Beach Sunday, Oct. 16, according to an announcement from promoters. Tickets -- $32 and $50 -- will go on sale 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 19 from Ticketmaster and LiveNation.com. A limited number of...
  • 'Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams' finds good company in Bob Dylan

    'Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams' finds good company in Bob Dylan
    Singer and songwriter Holly Williams, the granddaughter of country music giant Hank Williams, knew something big was up when Bob Dylan approached her at a gig several years ago and handed her a handful of song lyrics he wanted her to peruse. "He didn't...
  • 9-11 preparations in Washington and elsewhere

    9-11 preparations in Washington and elsewhere
    Good thing they don’t believe in omens at Washington National Cathedral. Last month, the East Coast earthquake caused sizable damage to the huge, gothic-style structure. Then this past Wednesday, a crane brought in for repairs fell over, damaging...
  • Fall album preview

    Here come the would-be blockbusters. The music industry inevitably rolls out new releases by its biggest artists in the fall, just in time for holiday gift-giving. This year is no exception, with studio albums expected from Drake and Mary J. Blige; a host...
  • Discovery Music Series to present Fishbone, Steve Forbert, Paul Thorn

    Discovery Music Series to present Fishbone, Steve Forbert, Paul Thorn
    Norfolk's Discovery Music Series has announced a new set of shows starting Oct. 18 and stretching into the spring of 2013. Shying away from indie rock, the series has steered toward acoustic, folk and bluegrass. An exception is the legendary punk-ska-...
  • Jackie Lacey for L.A. County district attorney

    Jackie Lacey for L.A. County district attorney
    Amid the presidential election, the ballot measures and the newfangled top-two runoff system for congressional and state legislative seats, Los Angeles County voters should not forget that they are also being asked this election season to pick a new...
  • Jason Aldean sticks to the tried-and-true on 'Night Train'

    Jason Aldean sticks to the tried-and-true on 'Night Train'
    A couple decades ago, Garth Brooks ushered country music into the arena age. The latest in that lineage of turbo-charged country hunks is Jason Aldean. By any commercial standard, Aldean is on a white-hot streak. As a touring act, Aldean has graduated...
  • Prop 29, Proposed Tax on Tobacco, Has Failed

    Prop 29, Proposed Tax on Tobacco, Has Failed
    SACRAMENTO -- Asking voters to slap a $1-per-pack tax on cigarettes to fund cancer research seemed like a cinch in health-crazy California, where lighting up already is banned in bars, public buildings and on many of its golden beaches. But the tobacco...
  • Primary 2012: California voters OK changes to term limits for state legislators, appear reluctant to raise tobacco tax

    Primary 2012: California voters OK changes to term limits for state legislators, appear reluctant to raise tobacco tax
    Californians approved a change to term limits for state lawmakers, but a measure to raise tobacco taxes for the first time in nearly two decades was in trouble, voting returns showed late Tuesday. In Southern California contests, the nonpartisan race for...