June 6, 1993
As a young boy growing up in Baltimore County, Walter Engle remembers climbing the ruined tower of a medieval-style castle on the banks of Loch Raven Reservoir.His mother may have believed her 6-year-old had a slightly overactive imagination. But in 1928, when he made the hike with a Boy Scout troop, pieces of a reproduction castle called Glen Ellen were still standing in the woods beside the reservoir.jTC "I tell you, when you go to see a castle and you're 6 years old, your eyes are wide open.
March 25, 1994
When I remember now the love we shared,The tenderness with which we used to reachone another when the moment flaredInto a passion that consumed us each;When I remember all the sweet concernThat sheltered us from angry wind and storm,The loyalty that steadfastly did burnTo keep our hearts and spirits ever-warm;When I remember all of this, it seemsLike some hallucination I have framedThat has the essence of dim, distant dreamsWhere all that was is nothing as...
April 16, 2000
Quote: "I only lost four times last year, why would I remember them? I won 23 games last year. I remember those." -- Red Sox's Pedro Martinez, who is 3-0 in 2000 It's a fact: Roberto Alomar and his brother, Sandy Alomar, each had a throwing error, giving the Indians their first multi-error game of the season. Who's hot: The Devil Rays' Greg Vaughn, who has never finished April above .300, is hitting .333. Who's not: The Royals have allowed a major-league-high 25 homers. On deck: The Indians' Chuck Finley makes his first home start for his new team today.
November 4, 2007
PITTSBURGH -- Ben Roethlisberger didn't think much of it when Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Tommy Maddox injured his elbow after being sacked early in the third quarter against the Ravens during their first meeting of the 2004 season. "I remember just thinking I was going in for a play," Roethlisberger, then a rookie, said last week. "I was hoping that's all it was going to be because everyone knows about Baltimore's defense. I remember being a little scared being in there." Ravens@Steelers Tomorrow, 8:30 p.m., ESPN, Ch. 13, 1090 AM, 97.9 FM Line: Steelers by 9
August 16, 2004
As visitors descend on Baltimore during the summer tourism season, staff writer Larry Bingham offers an occasional look at how the city has been portrayed by writers over the years. Today, an excerpt from Baltimore native and newspaperman H. L. Mencken, lamenting the changing city in the 1920s. "I was glad I was born long enough ago to remember, now, the days when the town had genuine color, and life here was worth living. I remember Guy's Hotel. I remember the Concordia Opera House. I remember the old Courthouse.
September 25, 2005
Van Brooks Jr. remembers just about everything about the toughest day of his life. For some, purging the memory of something as traumatic as being paralyzed making a tackle might be first on a to-do list, but every detail of that warm fall day is burnished on Brooks' mind. "I remember everything," Brooks said the other day. "I remember making the tackle. I remember laying there and not being able to feel anything. I remember talking to the trainer, who was asking me different questions.