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The Baltimore Sun | December 11, 2013
A collection of what other media outlets are saying as the Ravens prepare to play Monday night on the road against the Detroit Lions. * The Detroit News' Josh Katzenstein believes the Ravens are the perfect opponent for the struggling Lions on Monday Night Football . Timing is everything in the NFL, and the Lions couldn't have picked a better time for the Ravens to come to Detroit for "Monday Night Football. " It's a stage that gives the Lions an opportunity to impress a national audience against a Baltimore team that hardly resembles last year's Super Bowl champion.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik, The Baltimore Sun | December 8, 2013
In addition to watching the Ravens through a lot of real snow on their screens, some area viewers were hearing the Fox telecast Sunday in Spanish instead of English during the first half. The problem with the Fox telecast appeared to be limited to Verizon Fios subscribers watching in HD and some viewers receiving the telecast over the air. Verizon subscribers could receive the English language version by clicking out of HD. But the Verizon experience was a weird one on HD, with the game starting without any sound.
SPORTS
By Ron Cook and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Columnist | November 29, 2013
The crying shame isn't that the Steelers battled hard to the bitter end and lost to the Baltimore Ravens, 22-20, Thursday night, a loss that likely is fatal to their playoff chances. It would have been a crying shame if the Steelers had won on a night they made a season-full of mistakes. A 54-yard pass play and a 73-yard kickoff return by the Ravens. A botched field-goal try by the Steelers. And, most hurtful, too many dropped passes to count, including a killer drop by wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders at the end on a 2-point try that would have tied the score.
NEWS
By Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2013
It's not often someone welcomes the command to hit the floor and do push-ups, but Hilltop Elementary School fifth-grader Christian Gavarrete didn't hesitate Tuesday when Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice ordered, "Give me 20. " The 10-year-old said he hadn't done that many push-ups in two years, but with schoolmates and staff cheering him, Gavarrete accomplished the feat well enough to impress even Rice. The Ravens star visited Hilltop Elementary to stress the importance of breakfast and exercise as part of the Maryland Meals for Achievement program, which serves free breakfasts to students regardless of family income.
ENTERTAINMENT
Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2013
Yes, it's going to be an unusual Thanksgiving -- conciding with the start of Hannukah and topped with the Baltimore Ravens hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers at M&T Bank Stadium. If you're looking for a place to celebrate on the town, these restaurants say they'll be open: Cafe Troia (31 Allegheny Ave., 410-337-0133, www.cafetroia.com ): The Towson restaurant will open at 2 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, serving its regular menu as well as Prix Fixe Thanksgiving dinner. The cost is $39.95 ($22.95 for children 12 and under)
FEATURES
By Tim Wheeler, Baltimore Sun | November 19, 2013
The defending National Football League champions may be struggling on the gridiron this season, but the Baltimore Ravens have come out on top in another fierce competition - to make their "house" the greenest in pro football. M&T Bank Stadium has earned a "Gold" rating from the U.S. Green Building Council , the highest rank the Washington-based nonprofit group has awarded to any existing NFL stadium to date under its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design standards.
NEWS
By Julekha Dash | November 19, 2013
Whenever Ali Sadeghi was in the mood for fresh fish or oysters, the Ellicott City resident says he had to drive to D.C. or Baltimore to satisfy his craving. Now he can indulge at the restaurant he and retired Baltimore Ravens linebacker Adalius Thomas opened in mid-October at Turf Valley Towne Square. Grille 620 is one of 16 businesses at the new 108,000-square-foot shopping center on Resort Road in Ellicott City. The $22 million complex is anchored by a Harris Teeter grocery store and located near Turf Valley Resort and Conference Center.
ENTERTAINMENT
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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