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July 28, 2011
When I heard about the attack in Oslo, I was terrified it might change government policies affecting Muslims around the world. But then it turned out that the perpetrator was a Christian extremist. My Christian friends were as astonished and disgusted as was I, a Muslim-American. But the attack gave us all a new perspective. Hatred is the common factor among all these terrorists, not religion. There is no such thing as a Christian terrorist or a Muslim terrorist - just a hateful terrorist.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | December 5, 2012
Ravens injured outside linebacker Terrell Suggs isn't sure if he'll play Sunday against the Washington Redskins but he does expect to play again this season. “I haven't ruled [playing this week] out of my mind yet, but I think definitely I will continue to line up at some point this season,” Suggs said today. “It all depends on when it starts to get better and how much I can really do on it.” Asked if he considered shutting it down for the rest of the season, Suggs said, “That's not an option for me.” Suggs tore his right biceps in the fourth quarter of the Ravens' 23-20 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By J.D. Considine | September 10, 1998
Creed may be the hard-rock success story of the moment, rising from relative obscurity to platinum status in less than a year, but it hasn't let success go to its head. As guitarist Mark Tremonti told Guitar World recently, the band owes its audience to the fact that it fills a void in the marketplace."People have apparently missed the singer-guitar-bass-drums approach to rock and roll," said Tremonti.If so, then they'll have no trouble getting their fill at the Merriweather Post Pavilion tomorrow.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Dave Gilmore | July 6, 2012
Wednesday, on the United States' 236th Independence Day, Ubisoft sent around the newest trailer for October's fervently-awaited "Assassin's Creed 3. " The trailer, titled "Rise," (watch it below) is 95 percent live-action scenes that will not appear in the game, but is nonetheless a powerful and well-crafted appetizer to keep the aura of the game alive in the minds of gamers a full business quarter before its release. I have to respectfully disagree with a couple industry writers and commentators who thought the trailer was "terrible," tapping into "good old Tea Party-style American nationalism" and (this is the best one)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2012
Is 2012 the year 90s post-grunge bands come back? Seems like so, judging from a couple of recent concert announcements. SHUDDER. Creed will be performing at the Warner Theater in Washington April 24, it was announced Tuesday. The band will be performing "Human Clay," their insanely successful second album, in its entirety, front to back, according to the press release. Tickets, starting $45, go on sale Friday. Save for Scott Stapp's pukey rendition of the national anthem at a Florida Marlins game two years ago, Creed has mainly stayed quiet in recent years.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Rashod D. Ollison and Rashod D. Ollison,Sun Pop Music Critic | February 17, 2005
So you're in a rock band, one that generally receives little acclaim from critics but the public loves the innocuous, spiritual rock music you write with the other members. You all blow up and in about five years sell 30 million records worldwide. Hit singles abound, and the band picks up a Grammy. But with such quick, massive success comes inflated egos, especially for the lead singer. The infighting eventually stifles the creativity. And the group fractures. We've heard these stories many times before; we've seen them unfold in Behind the Music documentaries on VH1. It's the story of guitarist Mark Tremonti and Creed, perhaps the biggest post-grunge band of the late-'90s.
NEWS
By Howard Libit and Howard Libit,SUN STAFF | January 29, 1997
An Oakland Mills High School senior was named a semifinalist this month in the Westinghouse Science Talent Search, the second straight year a Howard County student has earned recognition in what is widely considered to be the nation's most prestigious high school science contest.Aaron Bodoh-Creed, 17, was one of the 15 students from Maryland among the contest's 300 semifinalists. This year's competition attracted 1,652 entries from across the country."I'm really excited and honored to be picked as a semifinalist," said the teen-ager, whose project was "The Effects of Cosmological Time Dilation on Gamma Ray Bursts."
NEWS
September 1, 2005
On August 24, 2005, PAULINE G. MURPHY, beloved mother of Susan A. Mc Gowan and her husband William and Gregory M. Paradise and his wife Vicky, grandmother of Frederick "Donald" Radtke and his wife Tammy, Melanie, Natalie, Gregory, Katie, Lisa, Creed Sr., great grandmother of Donald, Tabitha, Samantha, Isabella, Dominic, Frankie, Mia, Creed Jr., Mindi, Joe, Warren and Logan; and great-grandmother of Christian. She is also survived by nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. Services and interment private.
NEWS
May 16, 2007
Coffeehouse -- The 333 Coffeehouse will present Greentree at 8 p.m. Friday at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 333 Dubois Road, Annapolis. The group is made up of (from left) Carey Creed, Grace Griffith, Jody Marshall and Paul Nahay. Admission is $10, and $5 for students and seniors. 443-786-0463, or www.fsgw.org/333.
NEWS
By Glenn Small and Glenn Small,Staff Writer | October 3, 1992
While accusations of sexually abusing a student against a retired McDonogh School dean shocked alumni parents and friends, Alvin J. Levy is not the first McDonogh employee accused of similar crimes.In December 1985, Robert E. Creed, then 59, a McDonogh Spanish teacher, was charged with fondling and performing oral sex on a male student he was tutoring at his campus apartment.The alleged abuse occurred between 1981 and 1983 -- during the same time Mr. Levy is accused of sexually abusing another male student, according to Baltimore County Circuit Court records.
NEWS
By Dave Gilmore | May 11, 2012
News Roundup •••• "Minecraft's" release on Xbox Live has gone about as well as anyone could have hoped. Early sales figures project that the game sold over 400,000 copies in the first day it was available. [ Major Nelson ] •••• Beyoncé is being sued for $100 million by game developer Gate Five for abruptly backing out of a deal for a game called “Starpower: Beyoncé.” It appears as though Gate Five was having trouble securing financing, and when Beyoncé walked it had to lay off 70 employees.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Dave Gilmore | April 20, 2012
News Roundup •••• “Halo 4” got a November 6th release date, announced in completely subtle fashion through a 10-minute spot on “Conan.” Details of the gameplay have already started to surface. To make you feel especially old, it will have been 11 years since the original “Halo” came out. [ Team Coco ] •••• Bethesda released the debut trailer for Arkane Studios' new first-person action game “Dishonored.” Based on the cinematic clip, it definitely looks like a must-play.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Dave Gilmore | March 30, 2012
News Roundup •••• According to Kotaku, the next PlayStation is codenamed "Orbis," it will be out next year and will not be friendly to used games or PlayStation 3 games. No word on if it blocks the door to your house and collects a toll every time you try and leave. [ Kotaku ] •••• "SimCity" will require a live internet connection to start playing, and will be an "internet-dependent" gaming experience. The emphasis on multiplayer seems like a convenient excuse to employ serious digital rights management, no?
ENTERTAINMENT
By Dave Gilmore | March 26, 2012
News Roundup   •••• "Angry Birds Space" did more than 10 million downloads in under three days. In my professional opinion, that's a lot of flippin' downloads. [ @ AngryBirds ] •••• Some simultaneous details about the Wii U and “Assassin's Creed III” have been revealed. With so much synergy being promoted between titles like “AC3” and “Ninja Gaiden III” and Nintendo's new console it seems that the image of “kids and families only” might be one Nintendo is looking to shed.
NEWS
Marta H. Mossburg | January 17, 2012
As listeners to the late, great Ron Smith know, the WBAL talk show host and Sun columnist used to introduce Gov. Martin O'Malley on air as Father O'Malley, with religious music running in the background. He was referring to Mr. O'Malley's tendency to frequent literary allusion and reverent tone whether discussing the death penalty or septic systems. If he were to write a religious manifesto, I offer this suggestion for the O'Malley Creed. I believe in one party, the Democrats, maker of all things in Maryland, and of all things visible and invisible, including those in public office who have been put on trial for corruption like former Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson and State Senator Ulysses Currie and those whose deeds the party will never reveal.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2012
Is 2012 the year 90s post-grunge bands come back? Seems like so, judging from a couple of recent concert announcements. SHUDDER. Creed will be performing at the Warner Theater in Washington April 24, it was announced Tuesday. The band will be performing "Human Clay," their insanely successful second album, in its entirety, front to back, according to the press release. Tickets, starting $45, go on sale Friday. Save for Scott Stapp's pukey rendition of the national anthem at a Florida Marlins game two years ago, Creed has mainly stayed quiet in recent years.
NEWS
By Angela Winter Ney and Angela Winter Ney,Staff Writer | January 28, 1993
When Ken Creed arrives in Severna Park next week, he'll bring 1,000 miles of traveling adventure, from Smith Island to the Florida Keys, via the Intracoastal Waterway.A professional filmmaker and traveler, Mr. Creed is the first of four travel writers scheduled in Severna Park in February through Windoes Travelogues Inc., a company that hires professional travelers to narrate films, and the Severna Park Rotary Club.The series, which the club hopes to use as a fund-raiser for local charities, also will focus on trips to Italy and England and a tour of scenic rivers around the world, said Roger Carlquist, the project chairman.
NEWS
By Chris Dufresne, Tribune Newspapers | August 26, 2011
Every year we must explain to students the "Five W's" of college football turnover. Who? What? Went where? Why? Things don't stay the same very long. Players cycle out every four or five years, and for coaches, the grass is usually greener anywhere the green involves money. Here's a look at some new faces in new places: Defensive coordinator Will Muschamp couldn't wait out his coach-in-waiting position at Texas and jumped at the chance to replace Urban Meyer at Florida.
NEWS
July 28, 2011
When I heard about the attack in Oslo, I was terrified it might change government policies affecting Muslims around the world. But then it turned out that the perpetrator was a Christian extremist. My Christian friends were as astonished and disgusted as was I, a Muslim-American. But the attack gave us all a new perspective. Hatred is the common factor among all these terrorists, not religion. There is no such thing as a Christian terrorist or a Muslim terrorist - just a hateful terrorist.
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