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The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2012
Kevin Cowherd Redskins 27, Ravens 21 The Redskins are on a roll with three straight wins, aiming for the NFC East crown. Plus they're at home. Plus Robert Griffin III is having a rookie season for the ages. Plus the Ravens are banged up and their offense is sputtering. Edward Lee Redskins 19, Ravens 17 The Redskins have been disastrous at home under coach Mike Shanahan. But they are flying high after their third straight win, and if the Ravens couldn't beat a 37-year-old quarterback last Sunday, how can they beat a 22-year-old who is one of the favorites for NFL Rookie of the Year?
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The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2013
Monique Jones Texans 28, Ravens 14 The Ravens may need a couple of more weeks to get everyone on the same page. As a result, the Texans take advantage and leave M&T Bank Stadium with their first win in Baltimore. Mike Preston Texans 27, Ravens 21 The Ravens are still struggling to find the right chemistry while the Texans already have an identity on both offense and defense, and are simply picking up from where they left off last season. Peter Schmuck Texans 23, Ravens 16 With Ray Rice banged up and Joe Flacco just getting into sync with his receivers, this is a bad time to face the Texans and that nasty defensive line.
SPORTS
November 22, 2009
Sunday's games Colts at Ravens Bills at Jaguars Seahawks at Vikings Saints at Bucs Falcons at Giants Steelers at Chiefs 49ers at Packers Redskins at Cowboys Browns at Lions Cardinals at Rams Chargers at Broncos Bengals at Raiders Jets at Patriots Eagles at Bears Monday's game Titans at Texans Edward Lee Last week:...
NEWS
By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2012
There's a fallacy that reporters detest being in the spotlight. If that were really true, articles would be published without bylines. But print journalists have found that it's easier and more fun to ask questions than it is to answer them. Nonetheless, there have been times in the past 175 years when the newspaper itself has made news and Sun staffer members have found themselves on the other side of the spiral notebook. Below are just a few examples: • The Great Baltimore Fire of 1904 It might have begun when someone discarded a burning cigarette in the basement of a downtown office building Feb. 7. Thirty-one hours later, when the conflagration was finally brought under control, an 80-block area of downtown Baltimore had been destroyed, causing more than $150 million in damage - in 1904 dollars.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik, The Baltimore Sun | July 30, 2014
The long relationship between HBO and David Simon will continue with the Baltimore filmmaker co-writing and producing "Show Me a Hero," a six-hour miniseries, for the premium cable channel. Based on the non-fiction book of the same title by Lisa Belkin, the series that explores race relations in the 1980s and '90s in Yonkers, N.Y.,  will star Oscar Isaac and Catherine Keener. Simon said in an email to The Sun that the miniseries will be filmed in Yonkers, because that's where the real-life events it covers took place.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2011
The Baltimore Sun will mingle with its favorite fans and followers at the B&O Brasserie on Sept. 14. Go for the B&O Brasserie 's chic Downtown vibe, the happy-hour prices and some good old-fashioned social-media mingling. There's more information about the event here . Most street parking is free after 6 p.m., and valet is $5 with validation from the restaurant. Sound like fun? Check out the photo gallery from last year's Tweet Up.      
SPORTS
February 13, 2014
No. Team Prev. Record Last game Next game 1. Duke 1 1-0 Def. Jacksonville, 16-10 Vs. No. 4 Denver, Sat. 2. Syracuse 2 1-0 Def. Siena, 19-7 Vs. No. 7 Albany, Sun. 3. North Carolina 3 1-0 Def. Furman, 19-3 Vs. Manhattan, Sat. 4. Denver 4 1-0 Def. Air Force, 14-8 At No. 1 Duke, Sat. ...
BUSINESS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2014
Members of the union representing most of The Baltimore Sun's newsroom employees voted to approve a two-year contract extension Wednesday evening that freezes wages. The union, the Washington-Baltimore Newspaper Guild, supported the extension. The Sun's parent, the Tribune Co., expects to spin off its newspapers as a separate company this summer, and Guild leaders said the current contract offers employees stability and protection. A Baltimore Sun spokeswoman said the company was happy with the results.
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