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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | December 4, 2013
Maryland's largest menorah was all lit up in Baltimore's McKeldin Square for the final night of Hanukkah on Wednesday. A parade of cars with smaller menorahs on their roofs made its way from Park Heights to downtown, for the celebration of the Jewish holiday. The event, which is put on by Chabad Lubavitch of Downtown Baltimore, drew about 450 people, organizers said. One volunteer, Mendy Kaltmann, 17, a 12th grader at Lubavitch Yeshiva of Baltimore, said the event was "really captivating.
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | December 4, 2013
Maryland's largest menorah was all lit up in Baltimore's McKeldin Square for the final night of Hanukkah on Wednesday. A parade of cars with smaller menorahs on their roofs made its way from Park Heights to downtown, for the celebration of the Jewish holiday. The event, which is put on by Chabad Lubavitch of Downtown Baltimore, drew about 450 people, organizers said. One volunteer, Mendy Kaltmann, 17, a 12th grader at Lubavitch Yeshiva of Baltimore, said the event was "really captivating.
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By Tionah Lee | April 24, 2013
You never get into an argument with a Latin woman! In the final night of the battle rounds, the coaches watched the final performances, made their final steals, and completed their teams.  In just one hour, the competition heats up with the judges selecting only the best to move on to the knock out rounds. Team Shakira: Brandon Roush vs. Shawna P. "Piece of My Heart," Janis Joplin It was the battle between youth vs. experience as special needs counselor Brandon Roush faced vintage rock goddess Shawna P. With both being very intense singers, their rendition of Janis Joplin's “Piece of My Heart” surprised the coaches with the amazing chemistry (and Shawna's ability to make everyone feel that it was indeed Ms. Joplin on stage.)
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Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | October 23, 2013
For the final night of battle rounds, coaches put the final members of their teams head-to-head to see who had what it takes to make it to next week's knockout rounds. Team CeeLo: Jonny Gray vs. Shawn “Big Sexy” Smith “Refugee” by Tom Petty Two of team CeeLo's rock 'n' roll and armed forces veterans were pitted against one anither in the first Army vs. Air Force battle in "The Voice" history.  Former Airman Jonny Gray faced Army sergeant turned singing-bartender Shawn “Big Sexy” Smith.
SPORTS
By Ryan Hood, The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2013
HERSHEY, Pa. -- Many high school graduates spend their final night before college with family and friends. The five Terrapins-to-be on the Maryland team in Saturday night's Big 33 Classic spent theirs where they'll be for much of the next 4 to 5 years: on a football field. The Maryland team's 58-27 loss to Pennsylvania in the annual high school all-star game marked the end of a life chapter for Shane Cockerille (Gilman), Milan Collins (Bishop McNamara), Elvis Dennah (Annapolis Area Christian)
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By David Selig and The Baltimore Sun | October 3, 2012
UPDATE (7:10 p.m.): The Oakland A's beat the Texas Rangers, 12-5, to win the AL West. Scenarios updated to reflect. UPDATE (5:57 p.m.): The game times for a potential AL East tiebreaker and the wild-card game have just been announced and are added below. Both would be televised on TBS. Here's a quick look at the Orioles' possible outcomes for the final (scheduled) day of baseball's regular season: If the Orioles win and the Yankees lose The O's and Yankees would play a one-game tiebreaker for the AL East title Thursday at 7:10 p.m. at Camden Yards.
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By John W. Frece and Marina Sarris and John W. Frece and Marina Sarris,Sun Staff Writers Sun Staff Writers Frank Langfitt, Peter Jensen, John A. Morris and John Fairhall contributed to this article | April 11, 1995
Tarred by a reputation of being too cozy with lobbyists, the Maryland General Assembly tried to cleanse itself last night by passing a series of bills aimed at distancing lawmakers from those who are paid to influence them.The bills -- prompted in part by last fall's felony conviction of the top lobbyist in Annapolis -- would force lobbyists to reveal the names of elected officials they treat to meals and drinks worth $15 or more and prohibit officials from accepting gifts costing $15 or more.
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By Ryan Hood, The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2013
HERSHEY, Pa. -- Many high school graduates spend their final night before college with family and friends. The five Terrapins-to-be on the Maryland team in Saturday night's Big 33 Classic spent theirs where they'll be for much of the next 4 to 5 years: on a football field. The Maryland team's 58-27 loss to Pennsylvania in the annual high school all-star game marked the end of a life chapter for Shane Cockerille (Gilman), Milan Collins (Bishop McNamara), Elvis Dennah (Annapolis Area Christian)
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | November 9, 2012
As Westminster's prolific passing attack grabbed all the headlines this season, coach Brad Wilson kept stressing that his Owls could run the ball, too. Friday night against a quick, athletic James H. Blake team that put a lot of pressure on Owls quarterback Deryk Kern early, the No. 5 Owls leaned on that running game. They scored two of their first three touchdowns on the ground and finished with four rushing touchdowns - the most all season - en route to a 51-7 victory in a Class 4A North regional football semifinal.
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By David Selig and The Baltimore Sun | October 3, 2012
UPDATE (7:10 p.m.): The Oakland A's beat the Texas Rangers, 12-5, to win the AL West. Scenarios updated to reflect. UPDATE (5:57 p.m.): The game times for a potential AL East tiebreaker and the wild-card game have just been announced and are added below. Both would be televised on TBS. Here's a quick look at the Orioles' possible outcomes for the final (scheduled) day of baseball's regular season: If the Orioles win and the Yankees lose The O's and Yankees would play a one-game tiebreaker for the AL East title Thursday at 7:10 p.m. at Camden Yards.
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