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February 12, 2013
On behalf of the people of New Orleans, we want to thank you for allowing us to host your fans for Super Bowl XLVII. It was a great week and a great game between two great teams. And as we all experienced, no one does drama like New Orleans. Your fans are a real class act, and it was a joy to have them in our city, which we affectionately refer to as NOLA. Our lives in politics and media have allowed us to experience some pretty important and exciting events, but nothing has given us more pride than welcoming you to our city and representing New Orleans for this year's big game.
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ENTERTAINMENT
by Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | January 29, 2013
Minutes before Monday's flight to New Orleans, Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco was seen with his favorite treat: Haribo Gold-Bears. The original gummi bears are Flacco's go-to choice while prepping for the big game. Known for his sweet tooth, Flacco's favorite flavor is Pineapple. This has been a 4-minute Ravens-related post. Follow Baltimore Diner on Twitter @gorelickingood  
NEWS
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | January 28, 2013
Having the Ravens in the post-season has been great for bars and taverns but not always for restaurants. The Jan. 16 divisional game against Denver, for instance, took a bite out of Saturday-night profits when it went into overtime. A Sunday night playoff game, like last week's conference championship, doesn't hurt as much. Restaurant business is traditionally slower on Sunday night, and there are places like Peter's Inn and Henninger's , both in Fells Point, that close every Sunday night.
FEATURES
By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | January 23, 2013
Ken Ulman hopes you're hungry. For a Ravens win in the Super Bowl AND a big 'ole breakfast. The Howard County executive, who always gets in the spirit for the big games, has come up with the menu for a Ravens-themed breakfast that he'd like to share with one lucky winner and their office. The menu will include: T-Sizzle sausage and eggs Brendan Ayanba-bagels Michael Eggs Oher Easy Box O'morning Joe Flacco He wants to hear more menu suggestions. And he wants to see people showing off their purple pride.
SPORTS
Kevin Cowherd | December 2, 2012
You could feel the love from the opening kickoff. Even as Jacoby Jones took a knee in the end zone, things were getting chippy. Forearms were flying, shoves were traded and the Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers were exchanging the usual pleasantries that go along with the most heated rivalry in the NFL. But in the end, it was the Steelers who were the tougher team Sunday, tough enough to steal a 23-20 win at M&T Bank Stadium, where the Ravens had...
SPORTS
By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | November 10, 2012
A largely untested Maryland team opened a promising basketball season Friday night hoping to deliver a performance worthy of its big moment - a chance to knock off defending national champion Kentucky in front of a sellout crowd at the stylish, new $1 billion Barclays Center. Even coach Mark Turgeon had to wonder: Could the Terps - who didn't make the postseason last year - manage to play big enough so early in the season to match their imposing surroundings? Turgeon's concerns seemed merited as the Terps looked skittish early.
SPORTS
By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | October 19, 2012
Football teams are notorious for adhering to routines, and under coach Randy Edsall, Maryland is no different. He doesn't want his players treating one game much differently than the next. Like a golf swing endlessly repeated, Edsall wants their preparation for each contest to be precise. Maryland's insistence on sameness helps explain why Terps players were offering few indications that Saturday's meeting with North Carolina State presented an opportunity for perhaps their most significant victory since Edsall's arrival in early 2011.
BUSINESS
By Gus G. Sentementes, The Baltimore Sun | October 16, 2012
Hundreds of computers, monitors, pieces of office furniture and digital design tools were auctioned Tuesday in Timonium to raise money for creditors of defunct Big Huge Games and its Rhode Island parent company, 38 Studios LLC. Traces of a one-time creative environment remained on the fifth floor of a Timonium office building as people bid on hundreds of video games, game consoles, pingpong and pool tables, and stereo and audio equipment. "This was a great place to work," quipped Matt Greenberg, a Baltimore County resident who was looking to buy furniture.
BUSINESS
By Gus G. Sentementes, The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2012
Computers, desks, chairs and other office equipment and items that belonged to the now-defunct Big Huge Games, a Timonium-based video game maker, will be auctioned Tuesday as part of the company's Chapter 7 bankruptcy and liquidation. Big Huge Games was a part of 38 Studios LLC, a Providence, R.I.-based video game company owned by former professional baseball player Curt Schilling. The firm ran out of money and shut down in May, tossing hundreds of people out of work, including about 100 in Timonium.
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