| Feb 5, 2009
| 10:53 AM
"Coraline" may not be for all tastes and it's certainly not for all kids, given its macabre premise. But writer-director Henry Selick's animated feature advances the stop-motion animation genre through that most heartening of attributes: quality. It pulls...
| Mar 25, 2007
His eyes focused straight ahead, Willis McGahee is running.
That might not sound significant, but you have to realize that the past few years, McGahee spent March traveling - Korea, Switzerland, Italy - and waited until mid-April before beginning his...
| Dec 21, 2007
He was one cog in the Ravens' wheel of fortune, a role player who fit nicely on the most grudging defense in NFL history.
Robert Bailey played one season in Baltimore and helped the Ravens win a championship. The team's nickel back - the fifth...
| Dec 26, 2007
Plotted on a map, the towns of Paris, Linden and Jena line up neatly along a 300-mile diagonal that falls across the Texas-Louisiana border.
But to many African-Americans, that line looks more like a gash across the beneficent face that the New South...
| Feb 26, 2008
The Internet bubble of the late 1990s ended with a painful pop. When today's young entrepreneurs get together, the only bubbles they see are in their mimosas.
Even as the rest of the business world frets about the gloomy economy, Silicon Valley is living...
| Dec 22, 2009
| 3:56 PM
PHOENIX -- A sudden dust storm Tuesday spawned a series of collisions involving as many as 20 vehicles on Interstate 10 south of Phoenix, leaving at least four people dead.
Arizona Department of Public Safety officials said other casualties were...
| Sep 4, 2000
The Ravens won here last year with explosive, big-play offense. They won here yesterday with dominant defense.
Consider this the start of a new era.Where once this franchise routinely lost at Three Rivers Stadium to the Pittsburgh Steelers in a number of...
| Oct 2, 2000
Brian Billick tossed out the bait last week and his defense snatched it up like another unprotected football.
Looking to the history books for their motivation, the Ravens smothered the Cleveland Browns with their second straight shutout and third of the...
| Oct 9, 2000
The Ravens used their own special formula - suffocating defense and Matt Stover's steady leg - to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars, 15-10, in a not-ready-for-prime-time game at ALLTEL Stadium last night.
A crowd of 65,194 streamed out of the stadium with 10...