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  • NFL Week 13: Philip Rivers helps Left Coast get it right in Baltimore

    NFL Week 13: Philip Rivers helps Left Coast get it right in Baltimore
    On a Sunday when Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady squared off for the first time in their illustrious NFL careers, and Johnny Manziel scored for the first time in his less-than-illustrious rookie season, it was another first that kept the San Diego Chargers in...
  • Life begins after football season ends

    Life begins after football season ends
    On the first Sunday without football, men are outside. In the hours between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m., when the first NFL game of the day would be taking place, there are men walking their dogs and talking to their wives. They're throwing footballs and Frisbees,...
  • Jerry Greene: The NFL season is over, but we've got some other options to fill your time

    Jerry Greene: The NFL season is over, but we've got some other options to fill your time
    Football fans know the seven stages of grief: •Disbelief — "It's not over!" •Denial — "You're wrong! It's not over!" •Bargaining — "I'll give you my Magic season tickets if you give me the NFL Network." •Guilt...
  • Fantasy team? Victoria's Secret Angels tease Valentine's Super Bowl ad

    Fantasy team? Victoria's Secret Angels tease Valentine's Super Bowl ad
    The Victoria's Secret Angels have a message for viewers on Super Bowl Sunday: Don't drop the ball this Valentine's Day.  The apparel giant's Angel squad of Adriana Lima, Doutzen Kroes, Candice Swanepoel, Lily Aldridge and Behati Prinsloo made their play...
  • Super Bowl On The Fly

    Get pumped up. The Super Bowl is almost here. Until then, all that surrounds it. Poor chickens: 1.25 billion chicken wings will be eaten during the game, and 7.5 million households will buy new TVs. About $115 million will be bet on the game. Companies...
  • ‘Bloodborne’ designer wants to challenge, not coddle, players

     
    THE PLAYER Broadly speaking, games today are becoming easier to play. New formats, such as mobile and downloadable titles, are […]...
  • Classical: Ayreheart to play from Renaissance to rock in Bethlehem

    Who would have thought that the humble lute, that kindest and most gentle of stringed instruments, would dare tread on the gnarly landscape of acoustic rock? Grammy-nominated lutenist Ronn McFarlane, that's who, and he's out to prove it with his...
  • Miranda July on 'The First Bad Man'

    Miranda July on 'The First Bad Man'
    For most writers, publishing a first novel is a professional milestone unlikely to be matched by anything that came before. Not so with the multifaceted Miranda July, whose debut novel, "The First Bad Man," is just one more highlight of a career that...
  • Roberto Luongo has earned respect and friendships from fellow All-Stars

    Roberto Luongo has earned respect and friendships from fellow All-Stars
    Roberto Luongo was a fresh-faced 22-year-old in the midst of his third NHL season, second for the Panthers, when he participated in the defunct Young Stars game as part of the 2002 All-Star weekened in Los Angeles. He was admittedly in awe of the...
  • In dream season, Terps freshman Melo Trimble turning fantasy into reality

    In dream season, Terps freshman Melo Trimble turning fantasy into reality
    As the video board at Xfinity Center flashed above the Maryland men's basketball team's darkened court, freshman Melo Trimble found himself looking up and thinking back to when he was a little kid in Prince George's County, rooting for the Terps. It was...
  • NHL All-Star game has lost meaning over the years

    NHL All-Star game has lost meaning over the years
    The original purpose of the NHL's All-Star game — before it even was given that name — was noble. The defending Stanley Cup champion Maple Leafs played a team of NHL stars in Toronto in 1934 as a tribute to Irvin (Ace) Bailey, whose career...