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By Jennifer Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun Media Group | March 14, 2013
Tonight's episode is "Feud. " The main attraction is the face-off between Finn (aka wedding wrecker) and Mr. Schuster (aka jilted at the altar by Emma Pillsbury on Valentine's Day). And in true Glee style, the confrontation will take the form of song. The ever-mature Artie ("Switzerland"), Tina and Blaine serve as mediators. Mr. Schu delivers a dose of reality to Finn (who, in case you missed it earlier this season, kissed Emma just before her wedding day possibly serving as the final chill to her already cold feet)
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By Aaron Oster | September 22, 2014
A general rule in wrestling pay-per-views is that the main event should end with a decision. Whether the finish is clean or ends with interference, main events generally have a decisive winner and a loser. However, sometimes a storyline calls for a disqualification, as we saw at Night of Champions, and the WWE has to deal with the fallout from it. On Sunday night, after a hard-fought match against John Cena, Brock Lesnar retained his title after Seth Rollins attacked Cena, drawing a DQ. Rollins, who used his Money in the Bank briefcase to briefly incapacitate Cena, then turned his attention to Lesnar, who had been downed after Cena hit him with an AA for the fourth time in the match.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2013
When 20 people were shot last weekend in Baltimore, it recalled the July 2009 " day of mayhem " that saw 18 people shot in a single night. Twelve of those shootings were connected an ongoing feud involving the Blackwell drug organization, and four years later some of the current violence may have roots in that rivalry.  Deputy Commissioner John Skinner told city councilmembers last night that some of the people in a group targeted in...
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2014
A Republican Party unity event Thursday did not bring unification to a pair of state delegates from Severna Park, who reportedly got into an argument that ended with a police report. Anne Arundel County Police officers took a statement from Del. Cathy Vitale, who said Del. Tony McConkey cursed at her and raised his hand at her at the Maryland Republican Party event at the Columbian Center on Ritchie Highway in Severna Park. No charges were filed in the case. Vitale told an officer she went to shake McConkey's hand and congratulate him on his victory in Tuesday's election.
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By Adam Testa | November 3, 2012
Friday night's Smackdown left me with one major question: Why did I just watch Wade Barrett face Randy Orton? That's not necessarily a complaint, as I enjoy watching these two share the squared circle, but it's a match we've seen twice on television in the past two weeks. And it was nothing new. The ending of the match may have been the most disturbing part. In their first encounter, Barrett won because of interference from Alberto Del Rio. In the rematch, Orton got his win back.
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By KEVIN ECK | April 12, 2009
The feud between Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy is starting to click. The brothers highlighted a good episode of Smackdown Friday, as Matt opened with a solid promo, and an exciting stretcher match between them closed it. (For more, go to baltimoresun.com/ringposts)
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By New York Times News Service | March 12, 1992
HALLANDALE, Fla. -- The feud among the owners of Strike the Gold, who won last year's Kentucky Derby, escalated yesterday when B. Giles Brophy moved to dissolve the partnership and to prevent the colt from entering races until the group's financial matters had been resolved.Brophy was ousted last August as managing partner by the other owners, William Condren and Joe Cornacchia, then filed suit against them last fall.In his new action, he noted that the horse had not won in 11 straight races and said: "Strike the Gold is obviously mentally and physically tired."
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By Jeff Zrebiec | January 18, 2012
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs has taken several subtle digs at New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady throughout the season, but he has been on his best behavior this week. In a news conference with the media in Owings Mills today, Suggs said that he has moved on from any perceived fued with Brady. "I guess the genesis of that was the incident in '09, when I almost hit him below the waist," Suggs said. "That's when it all started, but you grow and mature. As you all can clearly see, I'm not the same guy that I was in '09. I'm definitely 20 pounds lighter.
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By Adam Testa | January 31, 2012
Conflict and tension between authority figures and superstars are by no means new concepts in the world of professional wrestling. The most obvious example comes in the form of "Stone Cold" Steve Austin's crusade against WWE CEO Vince McMahon. That duo battled on the microphone, in the boardroom and in the ring. Many have debated whether the ongoing CM Punk vs. John Laurinaitis issues can reach the fever pitch of McMahon-Austin. But really, these overly analytical fans need to let the past be the past and let this feud blossom into its own. Not helping matters any is the clustered nature of the feud to begin with.
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By Adam Testa | March 20, 2012
Personal demons have long been exploited for the sake of advancing a professional wrestling storyline. As a matter of fact, current WWE Champion CM Punk is no stranger to it, as he himself brought Jeff Hardy's history with drugs and addiction into their feud a few years ago. But when it comes to Punk's current battle with Chris Jericho, one has to wonder what exactly is the point? The promo exchange between the two the past few weeks hasn't focused on Punk's demons but those of his family.
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By Mike Giuliano | June 20, 2014
The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company loves to take advantage of the natural setting provided for its summer shows at the Patapsco Female Institute Historic Park. "As You Like It" makes their job easy, because much of the play's action takes place in the Forest of Arden. Massive old trees play their natural role quite convincingly on this hill high above Ellicott City. Of course, the weather also plays a role in such outdoor productions. There was a 35-minute rain delay during the reviewed performance, but several of the actors performed contemporary pop songs while the audience huddled under a tent until the downpour ended.
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By Aaron Oster | May 4, 2014
Remember when WWE Extreme Rules used to feature “extreme” matches? Before 2012, Extreme Rules (or One Night Stand, as it was previously called) was a pay-per-view event that featured big stipulations in every match. In 2012 and 2013, although not every match had these stipulations, a majority of the matches still were considered “extreme.” This year, even if you include the WeeLC match, there are only three matches that have an extreme stipulation to them. Now, that doesn't mean that this won't be a good pay-per-view.
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By Liz Bowie, The Baltimore Sun | April 26, 2014
As Baltimore County prepared for a major shift in education to take effect this school year, Superintendent Dallas Dance promised that the system's 53,000 elementary students would be taught with a "world-class" curriculum. But the initial multimillion-dollar effort to develop course plans for language arts collapsed as complaints flew in both directions between school officials and a Washington-based company hired for the project, according to email and other documents obtained by The Baltimore Sun in a public records request.
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By Aaron Oster | February 11, 2014
In a backstage segment on WWE Raw on Monday night, John Cena said something fairly interesting, something that might simultaneously excite and infuriate fans. Cena acknowledged that the fans were calling for change, and that the company would be changing with the WWE Network. He talked about the fans chanting for Daniel Bryan and some of the other young wrestlers. He then said that the future of the WWE would be determined by Cena's match with Randy Orton in the main event. Cena said that his feud with Orton would finish that night, and whoever wanted to step up would have to go through him. Now, it was good that he acknowledged the fans chanting and wanting change.
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By Aaron Oster | December 31, 2013
In 2013, WWE really revolved around the rise of Daniel Bryan. From his feud with The Shield at the beginning of the year to his break from Kane and rise to the title picture to winning the title (briefly) and his feud with Randy Orton, he captivated the WWE audience all year long. He even was voted as Superstar of the Year by the WWE fans. So it was only natural that the final shot of the final WWE Raw in 2013 had Daniel Bryan in it. I'm not sure if anyone expected exactly what that shot was though.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | November 8, 2013
Fundraising events can make for strange bedfellows, particularly when it comes to politics. But more than a few heads were turned, eyebrows were raised and stomachs were -- well, you get the picture -- when it was announced that former longtime rivals and now retired college basketball coaches Gary Williams and Jim Calhoun would be part of the same "Lunch with Legends" in New York City. In town for a game Friday night between their two former teams at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., Williams and Calhoun broke only bread during a luncheon hosted by the Terrapin Club. Williams and Calhoun seem to have buried the proverbial hatchet in their well-publicized feud that flared up nearly a decade ago when the Terps and Huskies were both recruiting former Archbishop Spalding star Rudy Gay, who eventually chose Connecticut.
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By Tyeesha Dixon | November 8, 2008
A judge has determined that a Howard County man embroiled in a long-running neighborhood feud violated his probation in an assault case that stemmed from him spitting at his neighbor in 2006, prosecutors said. The incident came after a nearly decade-long dispute between Timothy and Barbara Cerny and David and Donna Elliott, who live on Swift Current Way in Columbia. The feud spawned more than a dozen criminal cases, as well as civil court proceedings, and resulted in county police responding to the upscale River Hill neighborhood more than 100 times.
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By B. Drummond Ayres Jr. and B. Drummond Ayres Jr.,N.Y. Times News Service | June 12, 1991
WASHINGTON -- Saying that "decisive steps are required," Sen. Charles S. Robb of Virginia put three top aides on leave yesterday pending resolution of his feud with Gov. L. Douglas Wilder over telephone eavesdropping.The Democratic lawmaker, in a statement released last night by his office, identified the aides as David K. McCloud, his administrative assistant; Steven D. Johnson, his press secretary; and Robert Watson, political director of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, which Mr. Robb heads.
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By Chris Korman, The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2013
Chris Davis has hit 37 home runs . Women think he is handsome . Odds-makers believe he'll win tonight's Home Run Derby . (Wait, people bet on things like that?) When a person is good at sports and good-looking and his life has traced a compelling narrative ( seriously, read this profile ) that suddenly emerges on the national scene, there is one thing sure to follow: marketability. Sales of Davis merchandise are, of course, soaring. According to Fanatics.com, they were up 200 percent in June compared with May. Davis merchandise sold better than that of all but eight Major League Baseball players.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2013
When 20 people were shot last weekend in Baltimore, it recalled the July 2009 " day of mayhem " that saw 18 people shot in a single night. Twelve of those shootings were connected an ongoing feud involving the Blackwell drug organization, and four years later some of the current violence may have roots in that rivalry.  Deputy Commissioner John Skinner told city councilmembers last night that some of the people in a group targeted in...
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