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  • Chan Lowe: Hurricane Sandy

    Chan Lowe: Hurricane Sandy
    Human nature being what it is, one of our greatest motivators is self-interest. It’s probably a corollary of the survival instinct, and hard-wired into us in order to perpetuate the species. One of the fine arts of politics is to harness the self-...
  • NBA players should review past

    If you've been paying attention to the NBA's labor woes, this statement should sound familiar: "Unfortunately, we lose less money by not playing, and we know if we were to try to continue to play we would lose franchises and be in terrible, terrible...
  • Emery wins Blackhawks' backup goalie job

    Emery wins Blackhawks' backup goalie job
    Ray Emery came out the winner of the battle for the Chicago Blackhawks' backup goaltending job. The veteran signed a one-year contract with the Hawks on Monday for a reported $600,000, and the team assigned rookie Alexander Salak to Rockford of the...
  • Maryland has become ground zero for a new invasive species threat, wavyleaf basketgrass

    After a recent hike through Patapsco Valley State Park, Baltimore teacher Greg Schnitzlein's jaw dropped as he watched his two dogs emerge from the woods looking, as he says, like Chia Pets, every inch of their fur slathered in sproutlike seeds....
  • Senators: Keep planning local

     Editor: Plan Maryland is an attempt by Gov. Martin O'Malley and Planning Secretary Richard Hall to seize planning authority from local governments in a sweeping political power play. What they are calling a "smart growth" plan equates to no-growth in...
  • Reel Critics: J. Edgar misses the forest for the trees

    Few figures in America ever hold serious political power for half a century. Senators Strom Thurmond and Robert Byrd, as well as Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, are among the few who did. But no one held as much power as J. Edgar Hoover did as...
  • No. 1 Lake Brantley ousted in first round of 8A playoffs

    No. 1 Lake Brantley ousted in first round of 8A playoffs
    CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story had Chris Lenarz intercepting a pass for Fletcher. Lenarz plays for Lake Brantley.
     
    After No. 1 Lake Brantley (10-1) scored on its opening possession, Neptune Beach Fletcher (9-2) produced 28...
  • Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, TV and more

    Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, TV and more
    Our list of everything going on the week of 11/28-12/4 NOTABLE TV MONDAY Basketball Wives LA: Reunion, Part 2 (special; 8 p.m.; VH1) Top 40 (special; 8 p.m.; BBC America) Bored to Death (season finale; 9 p.m.; HBO) The Closer (mid-season premiere; 9 p....
  • Wirtz: NHL realignment 'great for the Hawks'

    Wirtz: NHL realignment 'great for the Hawks'
    Chicago Blackhawks Chairman Rocky Wirtz is heading back from the NHL's Board of Governors meeting in Pebble Beach, Calif., a happy man. Wirtz is quite pleased with the league's new radical realignment, which was voted upon and approved Monday night....
  • Scott returns to Blackhawks' lineup

    Scott returns to Blackhawks' lineup
    ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville is tinkering with his lineup as the team seeks its third consecutive victory when it faces the Minnesota Wild on Wednesday night at the Xcel Energy Center. John Scott is scheduled to return...
  • Claude S. Cohen, BGE executive

    Claude S. Cohen, BGE executive
    Claude S. Cohen, former director of real estate for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. and an avid golfer, died Dec. 13 of a heart attack at his Turf Valley home. He was 81. Claude Samuel Cohen, the son of an iceman and a homemaker, was born in Baltimore and...