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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | November 13, 2013
Developers of a revived Hammerjacks laid out their plans for a concert venue near M&T Bank Stadium Tuesday night at a community meeting in Pigtown as they court community support. The new Hammerjacks would be located in the 600 block of W. West St. in what is now parking lot N for Ravens games. The plans call for a 50,000-square-foot, two-story building with a capacity of 2,500 people and a parking garage with 350 spaces, and the developers said it will complement the new Horseshoe casino.
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SPORTS
The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2013
A collection of what other media outlets are saying about the release of former Ravens and, most recently, Houston Texans safety Ed Reed. * NFL.com's Chris Wesseling says Reed “might be facing the end of his football career.” The Texans surely realized a disgruntled veteran of Reed's declining skill level and decorated resume would be a distraction on a team trying to pull itself out of the tailspin of a seven-game losing skid....
NEWS
November 8, 2013
Television critic David Zurawik really needs to get a life. His weekly tirades against CBS's telecasts of Baltimore Ravens games are really getting old ( "Ravens fans talk back to, work around empty CBS coverage," Nov. 5). My suggestion: If he doesn't like CBS coverage, don't watch the darn telecast. He must realize by now that CBS is going to televise the majority of Ravens games, and his constant nitpicking of every little thing is boring, boring, boring. I have no qualms with their coverage, as I am primarily concerned with actually watching the game.
SPORTS
The Baltimore Sun | November 7, 2013
A roundup of NFL experts' picks for Sunday's game between the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals. * CBSSports.com's Pete Prisco says the Bengals will win, 23-20, because the Ravens offensive line isn't good enough to stop the Bengals' defensive front. The Ravens might be playing for their playoff lives here. The Bengals, though, are playing consecutive road games. And they will be without Geno Atkins the rest of the way. But that Ravens offensive line isn't good. The Bengals front is good.
NEWS
Dan Rodricks | November 7, 2013
The Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens have three wins and five losses; they just lost to the Cleveland Browns for the first time in seven seasons, and they play the conference-leading Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. So I'll say this: The home team could use a Maori haka right about now, and I know where to get one. The Baltimore-Chesapeake Brumbies, the city's entry in the Mid-Atlantic Rugby Football Union, have been practicing the haka - the most famous pre-game ritual in the world - for the last seven weeks.
FEATURES
By Jennifer Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | November 6, 2013
Prior to being drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in 2006, Koch played in his native Nebraska at University of Nebraska, where he earned a degree in business administration. He and his wife, Nikki, live in Westminster with their three sons, Ryan, 15, Braxtyn, 9, and Kamdyn, 7. The couple will welcome a daughter this fall. Along with his thoughts on youth football and fatherhood, Koch says that, yes, everyone in his family has one of No. 4's signature “Punters are people too” T-shirts.
NEWS
By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | October 26, 2013
Baltimore and its environs are home to plenty of animals that are at least as compelling as a months-old panda. Sure, there was plenty of wailing and gnashing of teeth when Washington's National Zoo, blaming the government shutdown, was forced to turn off the camera it has trained on its resident giant pandas, Mei Xiang and her 2-month-old cub. Thank goodness the Panda Cam is back on. But Baltimoreans, for one, should have been able to take...
FEATURES
By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2013
Growing up as a mixed-race kid in Chicago and in his father's native Nigeria, where he really stood out, Brendon Ayanbadejo became attuned to issues of identity from a very young age. By his midteens, while living with his family in a dorm for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students at the University of California, Santa Cruz - his step-father was the dorm's headmaster - he thought no differently about LGBT people than he did straight people....
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