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June 27, 2012
I'm really going to miss Dan Rodricks on the op-ed page. He was the perfect point/counterpoint to Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. I read both at the same time to get two very different viewpoints, and sometimes I wondered if they were talking about the same Maryland. Moving Mr. Rodricks to the metro pages, I think, is a mistake. Bob Reuter, Baltimore
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By Liz Bowie and The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2014
For Austin Bradburn, a fresh cup of coffee, brewed and delivered during the busy early-morning hallway rush, became an unlikely path into the complex social world of his high school. Bradburn and eight fellow Patapsco High School special-education students began brewing coffee in their Patriot Java Stop last December, an idea launched by their teachers as a way to give the students real-world skills for their life after high school. "Nothing we have ever done has given them so many gains," said Dana Evans, who has taught the students with Beth Gray for the past dozen years.
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NEWS
June 23, 2011
I was disappointed to read the ill-informed June 21 op-ed by Matt Patterson "U2: Great music in the service of a dubious charity," which contained misinformation about ONE, the anti-poverty group co-founded by U2 lead singer Bono. Mr. Patterson suggested that U2 concert goers should be leery of calls by the band for "donations" to ONE, but the band has never asked the public to donate to ONE and neither has ONE because we don't raise donations from the public. We are funded almost entirely by foundations and individuals on our board, including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2014
Stevenson's first loss of the season - a 31-10 thumping by Middle Atlantic Conference foe Lycoming on Saturday - dropped the Mustangs out of any mention from the latest American Football Coaches Association Division III poll. But as the program enjoys its upcoming bye week, coach Ed Hottle said there is still much to be optimistic about - including retaining a shot at what would be the school's first league championship in football. “All of our goals and things we want to accomplish are still very much out there for us,” he said Wednesday.
NEWS
June 29, 2009
Erectile dysfunction, also known as ED, refers to the inability of the man to obtain and maintain erection of the penis sufficient to permit satisfactory sexual intercourse. About 18 million American men experience erectile dysfunction. Dr. Arthur L. Burnett II, medical director of the Johns Hopkins James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute's Male Consultation Clinic and professor of urology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, discusses causes, effects and treatment of the condition.
TRAVEL
By Stephanie Shapiro and By Stephanie Shapiro,Sun Staff | November 3, 2002
If you are willing to leave the interstate, pay no attention to the clock, and open your eyes, you will be rewarded with a journey that is rich in local lore, regional food, unusual souvenirs, great photographic opportunities and entertaining stories to tell. -- Pennsylvania Travelers Guide: The Lincoln Highway Roadside America lives. But to find it, you have to pull over and get out of the car. Mr. Ed's Elephant Museum is a testament to this truth resting just beneath the big-boxification of the national landscape.
FEATURES
March 17, 2008
Critic's Pick --T ed (Josh Radnor) lives as if there is no tomorrow in How I Met Your Mother (8:30 p.m., WJZ, Channel 13).
EXPLORE
August 15, 2011
Experienced volleyball players are needed for women's teams and co-ed teams that play in Prince George's County's fall volleyball leagues. Female setters experienced in 5-1 and 6-2 play are needed for a team that finished in first place for the winter/spring season. Full-time and substitute middle hitters are also needed. Male power hitters/blockers are needed for a co-ed team that plays on Sundays. League play begins the end of September. Contact Diane at 301-776-3805.
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By DON VITEK | August 1, 1993
Ed and Jackie Lanehart, retired and avid tenpin bowlers, are Ellicott City residents who do their league bowling at Brunswick Normandy and their tournament bowling wherever there's a tournament.During a recent seven-week period, Ed Lanehart played in tournaments in Tulsa, Okla.; Baton Rouge, La.; and Las Vegas, Nev. His wife joined him for the last two trips."Last year there were no Senior Olympics and the ABC Nationals were held in Cincinnati so that's where we went, and of course, the Hi Rollers in Vegas," he said.
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By TOM HORTON | September 9, 1995
It was timely that I happened to run into Ed Harrison down on Smith Island as Streak Week built to a fever pitch around Cal Ripken.In the hard-working world of Chesapeake watermen, Ed redefined the work ethic in a way that surpasses even the Oriole star's accomplishments to date.Ed's season ran roughly equivalent to Cal's -- April through September, and occasionally into October.That is when the bay's crabs are shedding their shells, and when the islanders catch a good portion of the entire North American harvest of them by dragging heavy iron "scrapes" through the underwater grasses where the crabs hide.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | October 8, 2014
The final score of Stevenson's 31-10 loss to Middle Atlantic Conference rival Lycoming on Saturday might suggest a rout. But coach Ed Hottle said the Mustangs had a chance to flip the score in their favor. “I would say it was a missed opportunity,” he said Wednesday morning. “I don't want to take anything away from them. They're a very good football team. We would've had to play really well to get a 'W' there. But again, I think the opportunity was there.” Hottle was referring to an advantageous first quarter that practically begged Stevenson (4-1 overall and 3-1 in the league)
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By Scott Dance and Carrie Wells and The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2014
A biography of former Baltimore banker Ed Hale is set to detail his rise from a Sparrows Point upbringing to exploits in real estate, sports business and banking - working covertly for the CIA and surviving plane crashes along the way. Apprentice House, a student-run book publisher at Loyola University Maryland, is releasing "Hale Storm," by former Baltimore Sun columnist Kevin Cowherd , on Nov. 1. A preview of the book suggests Hale's story...
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By Jules Witcover | September 8, 2014
As the crystal ball on the 2016 Republican presidential nomination remains cloudy, two-time loser Mitt Romney appears willing at least to entertain the possibility of trying a third time. In addition to occasional comments on matters he knows a lot about, including setting up a health care insurance plan (in Massachusetts) and how to create jobs as well as personal wealth, Mr. Romney has now put on a hat as a defense and foreign policy expert. It's a weapon in his arsenal that he conspicuously lacked in 2012, when he made a mid-campaign trip to Europe and succeeded chiefly ruffling local feathers in Britain, Israel and Poland.
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By Anne Colt Leitess | August 19, 2014
Editor's note: This article has been updated from an earlier version Criminal trials typically end once the jury returns its verdict. The attorneys move on to their next cases, unless appeal is pursued, and the debate ends. Unfortunately, that has not been the case after the recent trial of State v. Joseph Walker in Anne Arundel County. An Anne Arundel County grand jury indicted the defendant in this case for murder and other offenses after a Maryland State Police investigation revealed strong evidence that the defendant shot and killed an unarmed man during a road rage incident.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | August 18, 2014
A set of historic wrought-iron gates that were stolen and scrapped from Dundalk's Battle Acre Monument Park will be replaced, Baltimore County officials said Monday. While residents have been raising money to replace the gates, county officials said Edwin F. Hale Sr., 1 s t Mariner Bank founder and owner of the Baltimore Blast soccer team, would pay for new gates at the park. "I'm glad it's being maintained and getting the recognition it deserves," said Hale, who grew up in Dundalk.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2014
Former Ravens safety Ed Reed had his moments with the media during his superlative career here, some good, some bad. But now, he's joining their ranks. Sports Business Daily's John Ourand reported Thursday afternoon that Reed would be joining Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall on the “Inside the NFL” show, which will air Tuesday nights on Showtime and re-air Wednesday on NFL Network. Reed told reporters at Lardarius Webb's charity softball game in June that he was “definitely preparing to play,” though he didn't have plans to sign at all. "I'm very excited to be part of the Inside the NFL team this season," Reed said in a statement.
FEATURES
By From Ladies' Home Journal Los Angeles Times Syndicate | June 5, 1994
"Ever since I was 3 years old, I wanted to be a mother," sobs Cathy, 29. She and her husband, Ed, have been trying for seven years, and Cathy has consulted so many specialists, and subjected herself to so many aests, "I feel like a laboratory experiment," she says. "I'm on an emotional roller coaster. My whole life revolves around my menstrual cycle."Now she's afraid her marriage is falling apart. Sex is mechanical and businesslike. Ed is working night and day, often seven days a week, at his accounting firm.
NEWS
By Paula Simon | November 23, 2000
AS I'M ABOUT to drift off to sleep, I hear the news anchor relay that once again a police officer, this time a Maryland state trooper, has been involved in a shooting in the District of Columbia. How many police have been shot in the recent past? Too many. The next morning as I scan the paper, bleary-eyed and preparing to survive the stresses of the day, I see a small insert reporting that the officer shot the previous evening was pronounced dead not much later in a D.C. hospital. How can police officers choose to do this job?
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By Liz Bowie, The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2014
Under a new federal accountability system, Maryland is no longer in compliance with the rules governing special-education students because the state's schools exempt a high percentage of students from national testing. The announcement this week by federal education officials means Maryland will have to pressure local school systems to include more students in the National Assessment of Educational Testing, a national test in math and reading that is given every two years. Thirty other states and the District of Columbia were also found out of compliance for a variety of reasons.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | June 1, 2014
Former Ravens safety Ed Reed stood in the middle of a makeshift softball diamond on a field he knows well and waved his arms as fans chanted his name. Reed, who played 11 seasons with the Ravens, has long said that Baltimore will always feel like home, even after his expected Hall of Fame playing career is over. When that will be, however, remains very much a mystery. Speaking at former teammate Lardarius Webb's charity softball game Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium, Reed said that he is preparing to play in the 2014 season.
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