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Charles Johnson (football, defensive end)

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  • The morning after

     
    So do you like the Lakers or Celtics in the NBA finals? Anybody out there even watch the NBA? Without checking, give me the Washington Bullets’ starting five when they beat the Sonics to win the 1977-1978 title. I was......
  • First look at rookie FAU QB

     
    There were a couple new faces on the field this week. QB David Kooi was working with Rusty and VanCamp. Anticipating your question: How did he look? Well, fortunately FAU is not in the spot where it really matters......
  • How does CBS spell success? 'NCIS'

    How does CBS spell success? 'NCIS'
    By spring 2007, the CBS drama “NCIS” looked to have run out of luck. The show, about a team of special agents who investigate Navy crimes, had become a stalwart of the CBS lineup, even though it never attracted the media buzz enjoyed by...
  • All-Baltimore City: Football

    All-Baltimore City Offensive Player Tavon Austin, Dunbar Austin, The Baltimore Sun's Offensive Player of the Year for a third straight season, finished with 7,947 career rushing yards, eclipsing the previous state mark of 5,920. He also had 92...
  • Absolutely Alabama: Trash Can Man

    This week, Fred Hunter profiled Charles Johnson, the man who cleans trash cans for a living. You can watch the story by clicking on the video in the sidebar on the right. For more information, contact Charles at (205) 527-4132 or visit www.wheeliebin....
  • Words & Ideas listings

    Words & Ideas TODAY Allen Say The Caldecott Award-winning author-illustrator will present and sign his new children's picture book, "Erika-san." Vroman’s Bookstore, 695 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena. 2 p.m. Free. (626) 449-5320. TUESDAY Jamie...
  • Bears lose control, lead, game vs. Panthers

    Bears lose control, lead, game vs. Panthers
    Greg Olsen remained on the ground in disbelief, trying to comprehend how the second of two fumbles squirted through his usually sure hands. There were plenty of reasons to explain how the Bears squandered a 17-3 lead and ended up losing 20-17 to Carolina...
  • Marching to glory with the Marian Catholic High School marching band

    Marching to glory with the Marian Catholic High School marching band
    The kids in the Marian Catholic band look as if they're about to collapse. They came to class at 7:45 a.m., performed a full-dress show in the afternoon and took a jerky, four-hour ride bound for Indianapolis in crowded school buses after dark. At 10 p....
  • Marine died in parachute training

    Marine died in parachute training
    A 23-year-old Marine from Minnesota was killed during a nighttime parachute training activity at Camp Pendleton, military officials announced today. Cpl. Ryan L. Pape, of Grand Forks, Minn., was involved in a low-level, static line parachute training...
  • New in paperback: Richard Yates, Denis Johnson, Charles Baxter and more

    Barry Day (ed): "The Letters of Noel Coward" (Vintage) "The human race is a let down. It thinks it's progressed but it hasn't. It thinks it's risen above the primeval slime but it hasn't -- it's still wallowing in it!," says Gilda in Noel Coward's...
  • Ravens hold breath on Jonathan Ogden, wait to exhale

    Ravens hold breath on Jonathan Ogden, wait to exhale
    It seemed like some things were just beginning to click last night against the New York Giants. The short passing game was on, led by receiver Kevin Johnson. Quarterback Kyle Boller was hot and elusive, giving fans hope for the future. The Ravens actually...