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Homicide: Life on the Street (tv program)

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  • Promote this house

    Promote this house
    As a young man, Kevin Plank may have been a middling football player with a big future in sportswear, but these days, he is showing the potential to be a top-ranked cheerleader. The message from the Under Armour CEO is as uplifting as the company's TV ads...
  • Why, despite its potential, Baltimore remains a B-list city

    Why, despite its potential, Baltimore remains a B-list city
    It's great to have a business owner like Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank promoting Baltimore to outsiders as well as to residents ("Plank says city must lose 'chip on our shoulder,'" Nov. 2). However, I find it unfortunate that anyone from Baltimore...
  • CNN's Mike Rowe out to rewire Baltimore's image

    CNN's Mike Rowe out to rewire Baltimore's image
    Update: Since this post appeared on Nov. 6, Rowe and David Simon, the creator of HBO's "The Wire," have had a back-and-forth on their blogs about the city's image. It started with Rowe's Nov. 6 post below. Read Simon's subsequent post here, and another...
  • PR can't overcome truth of 'Serial,' 'Wire'

    PR can't overcome truth of 'Serial,' 'Wire'
    Listening last week to "Serial," the hit podcast about a 1999 teen murder in Baltimore, I couldn't help thinking about all the folks from the mayor on down who believe they can change the city's media image with some positive public relations. And I...
  • Robin Williams on NBC's 'Homicide' -- Here's my 1994 Sun review

    Robin Williams on NBC's 'Homicide' -- Here's my 1994 Sun review
    In my Monday-night appreciation of Robin Williams, I wrote about a 1994 episode of NBC's "Homicide: Life on the Street" in which the comedian delivered an outstanding dramatic performance. (Read that here.) Sun librarian Paul McCardell, to whom anyone...
  • 'Good job' for Capt. Ray Holt's alter ego, Andre Braugher

     'Good job' for Capt. Ray Holt's alter ego, Andre Braugher
    Andre Braugher scored an Emmy nomination Thursday for supporting actor in a comedy for "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." The actor, who won an Emmy in 1998 for "Homicide: Life on the Street" and another for the 2006 miniseries "Thief," spoke about what it's like to...
  • 'Breaking Bad' Star Giancarlo Esposito on a Career 'Just Beginning'

    Giancarlo Esposito recently realized a lifelong dream: meeting Sidney Poitier. The actors crossed paths at a post-Oscars party, where Esposito had to work up the nerve to approach his idol. "I'm half Italian and half African-American and my dream was...
  • Hosting baseball's All-Star Game in 2016 would boost the Orioles, city of Baltimore

    Hosting baseball's All-Star Game in 2016 would boost the Orioles, city of Baltimore
    When baseball commissioner Bud Selig said recently that Baltimore was a "very, very viable candidate" to host the 2016 All-Star Game at Camden Yards, those who have sought for the Midsummer Classic's return to the city for years received a boost to...
  • Andre Braugher talks 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' and sings with his dog

    Andre Braugher talks 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' and sings with his dog
    Andre Braugher recently picked up his seventh Emmy nomination -- and first in a comedy category -- for his supporting work as stoic precinct captain Ray Holt on the Fox ensemble cop show "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." The series' first season gave Braugher a...
  • 'Prisoners' writer Aaron Guzikowski: Revenge is 'like a river'

    An old saw advises, "Before you embark on a journey of┬árevenge,┬ádig two graves." That underlying notion — that the act of vengeance afflicts both the agent and the target — permeates the recent psychological thriller "Prisoners," which stars...
  • Baltimore filmmakers to be spotlighted at New York's Museum of Modern Art

    Baltimore filmmakers to be spotlighted at New York's Museum of Modern Art
    The "Diner" guys, Tracy Turnblad and the moody teens of Hamilton will be basking in the New York spotlight this month, thanks to a Museum of Modern Art exhibition focusing on the works of Baltimore filmmakers Barry Levinson, John Waters and Matt...