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  • Hoover High students to stage 24-hour improv event

    Hoover High students to stage 24-hour improv event
    Hoover High drama students are preparing this week for their annual improvisation marathon in which dozens of students will spend 24 hours performing onstage beginning at 6 p.m. Friday. Fourteen-year-old Hoover freshman Vivica Rush said some students...
  • Details of state's case in Highwood slaying emerge as police interview with one of defendants played at hearing

    Details of state's case in Highwood slaying emerge as police interview with one of defendants played at hearing
    It was nearing 2 a.m. at the Highland Park police station when two investigators from the North Regional Major Crimes Task Force laid out the situation for 17-year-old Philip Vatamaniuc. "I don't think either of us are saying that you killed him, but you...
  • How Changes In Media Habits Could Transform Your Child's Mental Health

    How Changes In Media Habits Could Transform Your Child's Mental Health
    A case study in media multitasking Cody sat hunched over a bowl of Captain Crunch, wearing a blue hoodie. He was hopelessly grouchy in the morning. Both his parents had stopped engaging him in conversation before he left for school. "His grouchiness...
  • Sox In Six — 1967 With A Happy Ending

    Sox In Six — 1967 With A Happy Ending
    They did it. A Boston Red Sox team that was given up for lost in 2012 came back to win the World Series in six intense and exciting games against the St. Louis Cardinals. For Red Sox fans, the 2013 season was a gift from the baseball gods, a magical...
  • Residents press Arundel school board to consider later high school start times

    Residents press Arundel school board to consider later high school start times
    Annapolis High School student Dajuan Gay left an after-school job early Wednesday so he could petition the Anne Arundel County Board of Education for later school start time. The junior than left the board meeting to resume his regimented daily schedule...
  • Think Black Friday is best day to get a deal? Think again

     Think Black Friday is best day to get a deal? Think again
    As the hardiest of shoppers prepare for the annual Black Friday consumption frenzy, many are convinced it's their one shot at a great deal. But "that's not even close to the truth," said Matthew Ong, senior retail analyst at online personal finance...
  • Emotional eating and how to regain control

    Emotional eating and how to regain control
    Nutritionists from the University of Maryland Medical System regularly contribute a guest post to The Baltimore Sun's health blog Picture of Health (baltimoresun.com/pictureofhealth), which is reprinted here. The latest post is from Debra Schulze. Are...
  • Carbs: Why is cutting them so painful?

    Carbs: Why is cutting them so painful?
    Whatever you think about the potential evils of carbohydrates, most people agree that they're tough to kick. Between cookie cravings, the lure of comforting pastas and the discovery that your fruit salad is a carb bonanza, it's no wonder many people throw...
  • 'Prisoners': Bright Hopes for Jackman, Gyllenhaal's Dark Thriller

    "Prisoners," an ambitious drama about two kidnapped children, could be a surprise entry at this year's Oscars. Although the film isn't a lock for major nominations ("12 Years a Slave" and "Gravity" are considered the frontrunners), it's a darkhorse with a...
  • Judge refuses to free murder defendant, 86, from mental hospital

    Judge refuses to free murder defendant, 86, from mental hospital
    Over the objections of Los Angeles County mental health officials, a judge Thursday ordered an 86-year-old murder defendant to remain in the government's care and not be released to a family member. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Norman Shapiro...
  • Job fears and abuse take toll on bankers' health: study

    Job fears and abuse take toll on bankers' health: study
    LONDON (Reuters) - Fears of job cuts and "banker bashing" are taking a toll on the health of bank workers of all levels, according to an international study published on Wednesday that follows a trail of burnouts and tragedies in the world of finance....