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By Edward Lee | December 27, 2012
The last time Ed Dickson tangled with Taylor Mays, the Ravens tight end was on the receiving end of a blow from the Cincinnati Bengals strong safety that an official called “helmet-to-helmet with a defenseless receiver.” The two will meet again Sunday, but Dickson said he has no beef with Mays, who was fined $21,000 for the infraction. “I'm actually really cool with Taylor Mays off the field,” said Dickson, who has been friends with Mays since Dickson played at the University of Oregon and Mays played at USC. “I know what type of player he wants to be. He wants to be a hard-hitting safety and stuff like that.
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By Leonard Pitts Jr and By Leonard Pitts Jr | October 9, 2014
Our topic du jour: the latest stunning milestone in the march toward gay equality. No, the other stunning milestone. We will get around to what the Supreme Court did (more accurately, declined to do) in a moment. But first: Have you seen the new Cheerios commercial? It broke out online a few days ago, a spot starring these two gay French Canadian men and their adopted daughter, a brown-skinned (African-Canadian?) toddler named Raphaelle. In the three-minute clip, Andre and Jonathan talk about the love at first sight blind date that brought them together and how they thought they could never be dads because they are gay. All the while, Raphaelle is squirming, eating Cheerios, leaning from one father to the other and otherwise committing shameless acts of cuteness.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | October 22, 2004
The only character with any personality in The Grudge is a Tokyo house, but not to worry - it's got enough mean in it to keep any horror movie afloat. With atmosphere to burn and more than enough dread to keep an audience on the edge of its collective seat for an hour and a half, this Americanized Japanese import (director Takashi Shimizu is remaking his own 2000 film, Ju-On) understands the cardinal rule of horror, that what is unseen and not understood is far more frightening than what is constantly onscreen and obvious in its intent.
SPORTS
By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | June 19, 2014
Yesterday in one sentence: Much of the Spanish team has pretty much played year-round since it won in 2010, and we are seeing the fruits of it - it's sadly clear none of them have anything left in the tank. What's on tap: Colombia vs. Ivory Coast, noon, ESPN; Uruguay vs. England, 3 p.m., ESPN; Japan vs. Greece, 6 p.m., ESPN. What you'll see: There are a lot of “musts” in play Thursday in Group C and Group D action. We kick it off with Colombia and the Ivory Coast, both of which are coming off opening-match wins and, with a win Thursday, could all but assure qualification in the next round.
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By DAN RODRICKS | January 7, 2007
And so the Colts will have to return to Baltimore for a football game that really matters, and the dramaturge in all of us wants to see this as the biggest grudge match of the new millennium, the mother of all paybacks, the purge of all purges, a chance for Baltimore, once and for all, to beat the devil. There's no dancing around it. A Colts-Ravens playoff in Baltimore next weekend - assured by Indianapolis' defeat of the Kansas City Chiefs yesterday - has all the makings of not only a great football game but also a massive emotional freak-out.
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By ANDREW A. GREEN AND MICHAEL DRESSER and ANDREW A. GREEN AND MICHAEL DRESSER,SUN REPORTERS | June 25, 2006
In the past two tumultuous weeks, Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. has seen one of his potential opponents suddenly drop out of the race. He has called a special session of the General Assembly to deal with the coming spike in BGE rates, vetoed the bill that resulted and watched as legislators overrode him. But as he prepares to announce his re-election bid this week, Ehrlich finds himself right where he always expected to be: in a tooth-and-nail general election...
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October 22, 2004
LOCAL POLITICAL RACES Go to our Election 2004 gallery for information on where to vote, links to Maryland House and Senate candidates' sites, candidate biographies and archived stories. www.baltimoresun.com/election2004 NEW MOVIES Read Chris Kaltenbach's reviews of The Grudge and Stage Beauty, then check our searchable database of theaters and showtimes. www.baltimoresun.com/movies
SPORTS
By ROCH KUBATKO | June 21, 2008
Baseball Orioles@Brewers 7 p.m. [Ch. 13, MASN] Longtime Orioles fans are sure to see the Brewers and flash back to the final weekend of the 1982 season. That one didn't end well, but the Orioles won the World Series the next year. Keep that in mind if 2008 doesn't shape up exactly as you had hoped. At least this time, Robin Yount isn't around to ruin the fun. Baseball Rangers@Nationals 7 p.m. [MASN2] Sit back and enjoy one of sport's most compelling and intense grudge matches. The Washington Senators moved to Texas after the 1971 season and became the Rangers.
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By John Steadman | March 1, 1991
Selling tickets to boxing matches on the basis of neighborhood rivalries and ethnic identities won't play any more. Good common sense, or maybe it was sophistication, scored a knockout. And how about a grudge match? Another staple of the pastBut now the old scenarios are being revived. Come Monday night, Eddie Van Kirk, a warrior from Westport, will take on Vincent Pettway, who is from Lower Govans, in a main event for the welterweight championship of Baltimore. You can even make it all of Maryland if there's a compulsion to stretch the geographical boundaries.
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By Ron Reid and Ron Reid,Knight-Ridder | October 15, 1991
PHILADELPHIA -- Nothing happened.That was Philadelphia Eagle Andre Waters' reaction yesterday when pressed for details of a fight that took place Sunday between Waters and New Orleans Saints wide receiver Eric Martin moments after their game at Veterans Stadium."
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By Beth Aaltonen and For The Baltimore Sun | February 27, 2014
Well, here we are - another season of "Survivor. " And I guess the ratings weren't great last season, because we have the worst gimmick yet for this season: Brawn vs. Brains vs. Beauty. The opening remarks by the Survivors are as cliche as you'd expect. The Brains are super smart, the Brawns are super strong and the Beauties are super cute. They immediately typecast themselves and the other contestants.   Jeff tells the tribes how they are divided, and they all figure out which tribe they are pretty fast.
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By Jules Witcover | January 21, 2014
One of the best and most enduring aspects of presidential cabinets has been the willingness of many chief executives to appoint at least one member from the opposition party. The practice demonstrates bipartisanship and also gives the president access to views that may not always be offered by loyalist appointees. The custom of reaching across the party aisle has been brought into question by the new memoir of former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, kept in the job by President Obama as a carryover from the George W. Bush presidency.
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By Lauren McEwen | January 15, 2013
After her meeting with Scheana, Brandi sits down with Lisa to process it all. She almost feels sorry for Scheana, despite the fact that she continued to sleep with Eddie after discovering that Brandi was pregnant. But Brandi's being mature about it. It was his choice to leave. Scheana didn't twist his arm. But Brandi is trying to be strong and hold on. Kudos to her. Kyle visits Yolanda after suddenly remembering she's on this show, too. Yo Yo's collecting honey from her bee hives -- of freaking course -- and Kyle is not trying to get anywhere near all of that.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | December 27, 2012
The last time Ed Dickson tangled with Taylor Mays, the Ravens tight end was on the receiving end of a blow from the Cincinnati Bengals strong safety that an official called “helmet-to-helmet with a defenseless receiver.” The two will meet again Sunday, but Dickson said he has no beef with Mays, who was fined $21,000 for the infraction. “I'm actually really cool with Taylor Mays off the field,” said Dickson, who has been friends with Mays since Dickson played at the University of Oregon and Mays played at USC. “I know what type of player he wants to be. He wants to be a hard-hitting safety and stuff like that.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik, The Baltimore Sun | January 20, 2012
It's Saturday night at Canton's Du Burns Arena, and Mike "The Prodigy" Bennett flexes and preens as his opponent, Ring of Honor champion Jay Lethal, staggers across the mat. As the bad-boy wrestler's scantily clad girlfriend-valet joins the gloating, fans erupt in an angry chant of "You suck, you suck. " Those in the front row yell the loudest - pounding the metal dividers surrounding the ring in time with the chant. Welcome to the new - and, at the same time, very old - world of TV wrestling, as the Sinclair Broadcast Group embraces the original programming business that comes with chokeholds and body slams.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | November 11, 2011
Despite getting unceremoniously released midway through his first season by the Ravens as their primary kicker, Steve Hauschka said he doesn't harbor a grudge against the Ravens. “My job as an athlete is to focus on the things that I can control, and that's kicking the ball,” said Hauschka, who now kicks for the Seattle Seahawks - the Ravens' opponent this Sunday. “I don't think the team's decision is really going to affect it. When it really comes down to it, my job is to kick the ball.
FEATURES
May 13, 1991
RACE AT A GLANCE: Ten brown horses chase each other for mile and 3/16ths in middle jewel of racing's Triple Crown before massive Woodstock-like traffic jam paralyzes northwest Baltimore.TODAY'S PROFILE: Strike the Gold. Incredibly lucky 4-to-1 showon Kentucky Derby when rest of field succumbed to rare form of equine narcolepsy and dozed off in home stretch. Trainer Nick Zito banking heavily on solar eclipse during Preakness, with his horse lone entry wearing night-vision goggles.HOW THOROUGHBRED HORSES ARE NAMED: First thought that pops into owner's head, often while being restrained by ward attendants.
SPORTS
By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | November 12, 1992
ASHBURN, Va. -- Safety Danny Copeland, who has a pain in his neck, hopes to be one for the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.Copeland, who sat out last week's game against the Seattle Seahawks with a sprained neck, is a member of the Washington Redskins' walking wounded, but hopes to play anyway.Copeland has a special incentive. He admits he still holds a grudge against the Chiefs for not giving him a shot to start before he left as a Plan B free agent a year ago."Everybody who messes up in this game is off my Christmas list.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | July 21, 2011
Baltimore police say a 20-year-old man with a grudge against the department fired a rifle at a Southwestern District patrol officer Tuesday night. The officer was spared serious injury when the bullet grazed him and struck his service weapon. Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III said detectives received a break in the case when a community member phoned in a tip Thursday morning that two possible suspects were in a vehicle in the neighborhood. Chey Jordan of the 1100 block of Cooks Lane has been charged with attempted murder.
SPORTS
By Gene Wang, The Washington Post | March 21, 2011
Since Coach Brenda Frese arrived nine years ago, Maryland has become the area's pre-eminent women's basketball team. One NCAA title, three appearances in the round of eight and a 16-5 record in the tournament validate that. Reminders of the 2006 national championship are ubiquitous at Comcast Center, from an oversized wall painting outside the team's locker room to the banner prominently displayed high above the stands. So are flags commemorating the school's many other titles and the luminaries who have played for one of the ACC's flagship programs.
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