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  • Ray Rice faces fan fallout

    Ray Rice faces fan fallout
    John Buch threw away his sons' Ray Rice jerseys. He ripped posters of the Ravens running back from the walls of their rooms. And this season, there won't be any cheers for Rice from the family's Towson home. Since a video surfaced of Rice dragging the...
  • Cool July, hot Orioles, and nothing's better

    Cool July, hot Orioles, and nothing's better
    My good walk began after an early supper: a short Jersey Boy from Isabella's in Little Italy. The Jersey Boy is an incredible little sandwich (grilled Italian sausage with rapini, and peppery cheese on six inches of baguette) heated in the brick oven in...
  • Police blotter: Robberies for the week of July 26

    Police blotter: Robberies for the week of July 26
    Reported robberies in Baltimore for the week ending July 26 rose 11 percent compared with the previous week, according to statistics posted by the city. The incidents include the previously disclosed hold-up of the Harbor East Whole Foods store, as well...
  • Don't have a week? Take a day trip to a local beach

    Don't have a week? Take a day trip to a local beach
    The beach. The beautiful water. The strolls along the boardwalk for summer foods. The lovely house with the wraparound porch and the sunny breakfast nook. And the two-hour backup on the Bay Bridge. The rowdy, half-naked crowds pushing in line for french...
  • Keep Baltimore Beach [Letter]

    Keep Baltimore Beach [Letter]
    Thanks to commentator Gary J. Katz for a great piece about Baltimore Beach ("Don't pave paradise," July 29). I couldn't agree more, and I know thousands of people who share Mr. Katz's sentiments as well. I wish there was a way to prove to the city and...
  • Twice told she'd never run again, Karen Manns ready to run, bike and swim

    Twice told she'd never run again, Karen Manns ready to run, bike and swim
    Dressed in her Baltimore City police uniform, Detective Karen Manns said last month that she is in the best shape of her life. Eleven years ago, however, her career and health were at risk. After hip replacement surgery in 2003, the then-34-year-old was...
  • Fan faith grows as Orioles hold first place

    Fan faith grows as Orioles hold first place
    Two years ago, when the Orioles unleashed the region's pent-up baseball passion with their first playoff run in years, they did it by walking baseball's version of a tightrope. They played a lot of nail-biters — winning 29 games by just one run....
  • Fish kill in Baltimore's Herring Run Park

    Fish kill in Baltimore's Herring Run Park
    City officials said Thursday they are investigating a fish kill in a Northeast Baltimore creek that flows through Herring Run Park, where users of the park and streamside trail expressed dismay. "This is ridiculous," said Donald Cooper, who stopped...
  • Baltimore's overflowing sewers in action

    Baltimore's overflowing sewers in action
    Ever wonder what a sewer "overflow" looks like?  This video by the Baltimore Harbor Waterkeeper shows what happened in multiple places in Baltimore during the near-record downpour of Aug. 12, when six inches of rain fell in a 12-hour time span. That's...
  • Save Baltimore's beach volleyball [Letter]

    Save Baltimore's beach volleyball [Letter]
    Baltimore beach volleyball is a highly visible contrast to the many negatives often associated with Baltimore ("How to save Baltimore's beach volleyball," Aug. 6). In fact, an investment banker who is an avid player told me it was the main reason he chose...
  • August downpour results in sewage overflow of 12 million gallons

    August downpour results in sewage overflow of 12 million gallons
    Baltimore city officials belatedly disclosed Friday that sewage overflows topped 12 million gallons during last week's downpour, four times what had previously been acknowledged. It was the most untreated waste reported spilled in the city in a single day...