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  • Field hockey All-Metro second-team

    Field hockey All-Metro second-team
    Second Team Elizabeth George, McDonogh, forward, junior Mandy Ignacio, Mount de Sales, forward, senior Layne Litsinger, Hereford, forward, senior Tianna Wallpher, Mount Hebron, forward, senior Haley Bowcutt, Annapolis, midfield, senior Regan...
  • Field hockey All-Metro first-team

    Field hockey All-Metro first-team
    First Team Stephanie Asher Glenelg, forward, senior * Finished with 36 goals and 13 assists, including six game-winning goals, despite often being face-guarded by opposing defenses * Believed to be just the second player in state history to...
  • Potocko's five field goals lead Metro team to 15-7 victory in Baltimore Touchdown Club Senior All-Star Game

    Potocko's five field goals lead Metro team to 15-7 victory in Baltimore Touchdown Club Senior All-Star Game
    Foregoing conventional wisdom in wet conditions, the Metro squad adopted a pass-first approach Saturday in the 18th annual Baltimore Touchdown Club Senior All-Star game. That decision, plus the accurate leg of River Hill kicker Alex Potocko, led the...
  • Maroon sedan sought in Odenton shooting

    Maroon sedan sought in Odenton shooting
    Anne Arundel County Police are looking for a maroon sedan that was used by a man who shot out a window of an Odenton home on Monday night. On Monday night, someone shot at a home in the 600 block of Cadbury Drive in Odenton. A family of five was home at...
  • Arundel police rule out car of interest in Odenton shooting

    Arundel police rule out car of interest in Odenton shooting
    One day after releasing a photo of a maroon sedan to the public, Anne Arundel County Police now say it was not involved in a shooting at an Odenton home on Monday night. But police still are seeking a red or maroon Ford Crown Victoria or Mercury Marquis...
  • Review: Beck does the robot, plus Congos, No Age at Aitken's "Station to Station"

    Review: Beck does the robot, plus Congos, No Age at Aitken's "Station to Station"
    Part ritualistic ceremony, part public art show, part corporate media event, artist Doug Aitken's “Station to Station” railroad art tour arrived at downtown Los Angeles’ Union Station on Thursday night, parading through the grand waiting...
  • 9/29/2013-Metro Moose

    9/29/2013-Metro Moose
    This will be my last editorial cartoon and blog entry for two weeks. I’m going to St. Just le Martel, a small town east of Limoges, France, for a gathering of cartoonists from around the world. It’s the Le Salon International Du Dessin De...
  • Finding L.A.'s fault lines before they fail

     Finding L.A.'s fault lines before they fail
    It was troubling to learn recently that three large-scale construction projects in Hollywood may sit closer to the active Hollywood earthquake fault than developers estimated when they submitted environmental reports to city officials. In all three cases,...
  • Navigating the gray space of blindness

    Navigating the gray space of blindness
    Last October, I started therapy. Not physical or psychotherapy but Orientation and Mobility (O&M) therapy. O&M is when a person with a visual impairment learns skills for independent travel, including how to use a white cane. October is Blindness...
  • No. 1 McDonogh boys soccer keeps rolling in 3-1 win over Curley

    No. 1 McDonogh boys soccer keeps rolling in 3-1 win over Curley
    It looked like there was a chance for an opponent to finally catch up with the streaking McDonogh boys soccer team Friday at Archbishop Curley. The No. 8 Friars were on their home field and playing with added urgency after falling to Gilman on...
  • Pedestrian struck and killed by Blue Line train in South L.A.

    Pedestrian struck and killed by Blue Line train in South L.A.
    A man was struck and killed Friday evening by a Metro Blue Line train in South L.A., disrupting service during rush hour and causing delays. The incident took place about 6:20 p.m. at the Vernon Avenue station, according to Metro spokesman Paul...