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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2013
Booth, the younger of two brothers in Suzan-Lori Parks' cauterizing play “Topdog/Underdog,” being given a trenchant Baltimore premiere by Everyman Theatre, is determined to perfect the old con game, three-card monte. As he rehearses his spiel before an imaginary audience of potential marks, Booth spouts a rapid-fire mantra, “You pick that card, you pick a loser.” His hands never really move quite fast enough, smooth enough, but that doesn't deter him - he's already decided to change his name to “3-Card” - or dent his contempt for all those supposed losers who will soon lay in his path.
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SPORTS
Sports Digest | April 17, 2013
College basketball Booth named Loyola men's assistant coach Former Maryland basketball star and assistant coach Keith Booth , who has spent the past two years as an assistant women's coach at Loyola, was added Tuesday to the men's staff by newly named men's head coach G.G. Smith . Booth, 38, left College Park after Gary Williams retired in 2011 and Mark Turgeon retained only one member of the previous staff, Bino Ranson...
SPORTS
By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2013
Former Maryland basketball star and assistant coach Keith Booth, who has spent the past two years as an assistant women's coach at Loyola, was added Tuesday to the men's staff by newly named men's head coach G.G. Smith. Booth, 38, left College Park after Gary Williams retired in 2011 and Mark Turgeon retained only one member of the previous staff, Bino Ranson.  Booth, who grew up in Baltimore and starred at Dunbar, wanted to stay in the area with his daughter in high school and took a job on the women's team.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | April 5, 2013
No one wants to be a downer when writing about opening day especially when the Orioles pull off a comeback victory like they did Friday over the Minnesota Twins by a score of 9-5. But  MASN's telecast of the home opener featuring Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer and Mike Bordick was nowhere near worthy of the play on the field by the Orioles. Someone needs to tell the boys in the booth it's the Orioles who made the playoffs last year - not them - and it's time for them to raise their games.
SPORTS
By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2013
The St. Maria Goretti boys basketball team won three of the top awards at the Baltimore Catholic League's awards banquet Monday night at Snyder's Willow Grove Restaurant in Linthicum. The league's coaches selected the Gaels' Martin Geben, a 6-foot-7 junior forward at the Hagerstown school, as the Jerry Savage Player of the Year, while St. Maria Goretti coach Amrit Rayfield earned the O. Ray Mullis Coach of the Year award. St. Maria Goretti senior guard Tyrus Fleetwood was chosen as the Cokey Robertson Most Improved Player.
EXPLORE
February 6, 2013
Luna's House Inc. set up a booth at the Pet Expo at the Timonium Fairgrounds Jan 25 to 27. Pictured are volunteer Lynne Freund from Bel Air and her foster dog, Sophia (available for adoption), standing in front of the booth. Luna's House Animal Care and Education Center in Edgewood is a non-profit all animal rescue dedicated to bettering the lives of animals and their people.
NEWS
By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | January 27, 2013
When Maryland merchants talk about the recent legalization of same-sex marriage, they sometimes talk of broad, lofty themes: Equality. Justice. Civil rights. But there's another practical concept at work: Dollar signs. The financial motivation was on display Sunday at the second annual Gay and Lesbian Wedding Expo at the Tremont Suites Hotel & Grand Historic Venue in downtown Baltimore, where dozens of vendors competed for the attention of dozens of couples whose weddings now carry the official blessing of the state of Maryland.
SPORTS
By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | January 3, 2013
Mark Turgeon and Bino Ranson were two of many college coaches in East Baltimore last night to see No. 1 St. Frances beat No. 2 Mount St. Joseph. The Maryland men's basketball head coach and assistant were courtside during the Panthers' 58-57 win, presumably to scout two players with Terps offers: St. Frances small forward Dwayne Morgan and Mount St. Joseph combo guard Phil Booth . Morgan was St. Frances' third-leading scorer (13 points) behind UNC-Greensboro signee Tevon Saddler (19 points)
SPORTS
December 25, 2012
The junior guard, an All-Metro second-team selection last year, averaged 24 points to lead No. 2 Mount St. Joseph to two Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference wins last week. In the Gaels' 74-63 win over McDonogh on Wednesday, Booth finished with 18 points. On Friday, he scored 30 in a 78-61 win over Calvert Hall. Booth, in his third season as a starter, is averaging 19 points, seven rebounds and four assists as Mount St. Joseph entered this week with an 11-2 mark.
SPORTS
By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | December 10, 2012
Maryland shooting guard target Dion Wiley had a huge game Saturday at the National Hoops Festival at DeMatha. The four-star junior scored 26 points, grabbed eight rebounds, and added two assists and two steals in Potomac's win over St. John's (D.C.). Rivals.com's Eric Bossi wrote that Wiley " has one of the quickest triggers in the class of 2014 . " At times the four-star wing's ball handling is a little shaky, and he has to develop more of a midrange game, but there's no question he's a high-major scorer.
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