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  • Ravens news, notes and opinions after first day of NFL free agency

    Ravens news, notes and opinions after first day of NFL free agency
    I’m sure some Ravens fans hoped that the organization broke from its tradition of being patient at this time of year and went out and used much of the approximately $19 million of salary cap space that they had on the first day of free agency. Start...
  • Obama deserves share of blame for millennial cynicism

    In case you hadn't heard, young people these days -- aka "the millennials" -- are the most cynical and distrusting generation ever recorded. Only 19 percent think most people can be trusted. According to a big study from the Pew Research Center, they...
  • The 21st century marriage, for better or worse

    The 21st century marriage, for better or worse
    Eli Finkel has a theory on marriage. Who doesn't, right? Philosophers, romantics and comedians have, since the beginning of time, treated us to their musings on what Groucho Marx reportedly called "a wonderful institution … but who wants to...
  • Samuel Lewis and Israel's dream of peace

    NEW YORK (JTA) — The last time Ambassador Samuel Lewis was at an Anti-Defamation League podium was in April 2008 as part of a roundtable celebrating Israel's 60th anniversary. The speakers were each asked to share their most vivid and representative...
  • Six Boca Raton rabbis offering inspirational message

    Six Boca Raton rabbis offering inspirational message
    It wasn't hard to get six rabbis to speak at an event together. The problem, anticipates Rabbi Josh Broide, will be getting them to speak for only 10 minutes apiece. Jokes aside, Broide said the "Night of Inspiration," scheduled for Monday at Olympic...
  • Spain's modern-day Robin Hood seeks to level the playing field

    Spain's modern-day Robin Hood seeks to level the playing field
    MARINALEDA, Spain — It was a sweltering summer day at the height of Spain's economic crisis when the longtime mayor of this hardscrabble village decided it was time to grab the nation's attention. Most other politicians were on vacation, which...
  • Russians, Ukrainians living in US Northwest anxious about Crimea

    SEATTLE Andrey Tokar bustles about the kitchen at Voshtok Dumpling House on Capitol Hill in Seattle where he serves up food he considers both Ukrainian and Russian no small irony given the conflict in Crimea and his anxiety about it. "I'm worried," Tokar...
  • Film Review: 'God's Not Dead'

    Judging by the success of "Son of God," and the bounty of religious-themed pics scheduled to follow it into theaters over the next 10 months, it would seem that the Almighty is alive and well, at least at the box office. But that doesn't stop Christian...
  • New strategy would drop college textbook costs to zero

    New strategy would drop college textbook costs to zero
    Holding a whiteboard, the University of Maryland, College Park students scrawled their complaints and posed for a picture. "My name is Justin and I spent $114 on ONE textbook," a student wrote. "My name is Jeff and I spent $736 on textbooks," wrote...
  • UMBC study among efforts to increase awareness of mental illness

    UMBC study among efforts to increase awareness of mental illness
    This spring, a group of college students will go about their usual campus routines, but with a voice only they can hear calling them names and making other distracting, disturbing sounds. In their case, the voice will come from a recording playing...
  • Mixed Results For This Ambitious Art Exhibition At UConn

    Any art exhibition among whose stated purposes are to "challenge the visual language of merchandising" and "inspect the blurring lines that separate art and commodity" is already a leg up on most contemporary art, if not culture in general. "Display:...