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  • Modell could see the future

    Art Modell was a hero in Baltimore, and for good reason. But Baltimore has known him mostly as an elderly man. I was fortunate enough to be in the company of the young Art Modell, when he first became owner of the Browns. I was a football writer for the...
  • Police Seek 'Number 8' Killer After Third Shopkeeper Is Slain in Brooklyn

    Police Seek 'Number 8' Killer After Third Shopkeeper Is Slain in Brooklyn
    Police continue to hunt for the so-called "Number 8 Killer," the man they suspect is behind the murders of three Brooklyn shopkeepers, two of them gunned down over the summer. Rahmatollah Vahidipour, 78, of Woodbourne Road in Great Neck, Long Island.,...
  • Opera review: Los Angeles Opera 'The Turn of the Screw'

     
    Although a putative ghost story, Benjamin Britten's “The Turn of the Screw” is not a supernatural opera. Spirits serve only to remind us of ourselves -- our forbidden desires and our apprehension of otherness. In 1991, Los Angeles Opera...
  • Rainy day in Ohio; Next for FAU is getting a defensive player drafted

     
    I saw where coach John McCormack tweeted that it was a beautiful day in paradise for today???s rubber game with Troy. Not so here in Cincy, where it rained most of the morning. I know because I ran 13.1......
  • Phil Steele’s Week 7 News & Notes Part 1

     
    USC took advantage of 5 Cal TO’s. In the 1H USC had a 187-132 yd edge and blew one opportunity off a TO by fumbling a snap on a fake FG. They settled for a 39 yd FG and also benefited from stopping a Cal fake punt at the Cal37 which 5pl later...
  • Were the Cleveland Browns named after boxer Joe Louis?

     
    FOOTBALL URBAN LEGEND: The Cleveland Browns were named after boxer Joe "The Brown Bomber" Louis. The Cleveland Browns opened shop in 1946 as one of the inaugural teams in a new professional football league designed to compete with the National......
  • Feb. 3 proclaimed 'Motley Crue Day' in Las Vegas

     
    As the band prepares to hit the stage and enter their two-week residency at the hotel on Friday, they've even got an official endorsement from Las Vegas mayor Carolyn Goodman who officially dubbed Feb. 3, 2012 "Motley Crue Day."...
  • PA Rep. Rick Saccone makes League of Conservation Voters' national "Dirty Dozen" list.

     
    So here's something to tack up on the fridge. State Rep. Rick Saccone, R-Allegheny, has been named to the national "Dirty Dozen" list put together by the eco-friendly League of Conservation Voters. In a news release, the environmental activist group......
  • Ravens' road to Super Bowl glory

    Ravens' road to Super Bowl glory
    Week 1: Ravens 16, Steelers 0 Pittsburgh – Three Rivers Stadium The Ravens opened the 2000 season with a dominant defensive performance in a victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Ravens stifled a Steelers offense that failed to record a...
  • David Teel: Area's many stars shine on sidelines

    Mike Smith's eyes and Mike Tomlin's confidence. John Quillen's fingers and Dennis Kozlowski's voice. George Welsh's defiance and Mike London's energy. Jimmye Laycock's ingenuity and Frank Beamer's persistence. Joe Taylor's faith and Bill Dee's focus....
  • Movie review: "Heaven's Rain"

    Movie review: "Heaven's Rain"
    "Heaven's Rain" is a delicate, frequently profound drama based on the 1979 home invasion murders of an Oklahoma minister and his wife, whose two children were brutally shot and terrorized in the process. Unfortunately, the resulting film needed a more...