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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | October 16, 2013
No matter how often officials at the MacArthur Foundation keeps pointing out that they bestow "fellowships," people insist on calling them "genius awards" -- sort of the way people keep saying "Obamacare" instead of "Affordable Health Care Act. "  One reason why the "genius" tag has stuck, of course, is that so many of those receiving these annual pats on the back (at $625,000 a pat) really do seem like geniuses. They're certainly not like you and me. Jeremy Denk, one of the recent 2013 honorees, is a case in point.
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SPORTS
By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2013
Jeremy Wells would not be competing in the Baltimore Marathon Saturday had he not broken his back in a motorcyle accident last November. Now paralyzed below the waist, Wells, of Abingdon, will race in the handcycle event, perched in a three-wheeler and pedaling furiously with his hands. It's his way of flirting with normalcy, the 27-year-old paraplegic said. "Running was never my thing. I wouldn't have given this race a thought," Wells said. Then came that day in Essex when he skidded off his motorcycle at 55 miles per hour, got hit by a car and lost the use of his legs.
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July 24, 2013
Kaitlyn Kirsch and Jeremy Smith announce their engagement. Kirsch is the daughter of Bill Kirsch of Forest Hill and the late Norma Kirsch. Smith is the son of Jean Sortino of Parkville and the late Jeffery Smith. A May wedding is planned.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 24, 2013
Among the daily text messages, thrice-a-week Skype sessions and actual once-a-week phone conversations, Jason and Jeremy Noble openly wondered how neat it would be if they met in a national title game. The twin brothers are one step away from realizing that dream. Jason Noble, a senior defenseman, and Cornell (14-3) will meet seventh-seeded Duke (14-5) in the first of two NCAA tournament semifinals at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia this Saturday. Jeremy Noble, a junior midfielder, and fourth-seeded Denver (14-4)
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2013
Jeremy Guthrie received a warm reception from the crowd at Camden Yards when he took the mound Thursday for the first time here since he was traded away before last season. Then the Kansas City Royals right-hander did his part to beat his former team, handing the Orioles a 6-2 defeat in front of an announced 23,282. Guthrie, who was the Orioles' Opening Day starter in 2008, '09 and '11, held them to two runs (one earned) on seven hits over six innings to snap the Orioles' season-high four-game winning streak and allow the Royals to salvage the series finale.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2013
When Jeremy Guthrie came to Baltimore as a member of the Kansas City Royals last August it wasn't his turn to pitch. So he watched four games, signed autographs and soaked in the atmosphere from the visiting side. On Thursday night, the right-hander is scheduled to take the mound at Camden Yards and face the Orioles for the first time in his career after spending five seasons in orange and black. “It's great -- fond memories, great coming back to the fans,” said Guthrie, who was 47-65 with a 4.12 ERA in 161 games with the Orioles from 2007 to 2011.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2013
Jeremy Mattoon, who guided Hood's men's lacrosse team for the past two seasons, will not be back for a third. Adrienne Mullikin, the college's sports information director, said Monday afternoon that Mattoon did not coach in the Blazers' regular-season finale against Widener on Saturday. The team's assistant coaches shared the head-coaching duties in a17-7 loss. Mattoon's name and bio are no longer on the team's website. Citing privacy laws, Mullikin declined to discuss the reason for Mattoon's departure.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | September 25, 2012
When twin brothers Jeremy and Michael DeGraffenreidt decided to pick musical instruments when they were younger, nobody close to them was surprised which ones they chose. Jeremy, brash and outgoing, wanted to bang on drums. Michael, laid back and analytical, was determined to master the saxophone. Their contrasting personalities can also be found at different ends of the soccer field at Loyola this season, making the No. 2 Dons a prime contender for this year's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship.
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By Edward Lee | September 13, 2012
PHILADELPHIA -- The Philadelphia Eagles - the Ravens' next opponent this Sunday - have yet to take the practice field here at the organization's training facility, but coach Andy Reid has already informed the media that wide receivers DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin will not take part in Thursday's practice. Reid announced that Jackson is dealing with a sore hamstring. Maclin did not practice Wednesday after suffering a hip pointer in the team's 17-16 win against the Cleveland Browns Sunday.
SPORTS
By Steven Petrella and By Steven Petrella | July 18, 2012
It appears Jeremy Lin is leaving New York, and for once, Knicks owner James Dolan has decided to put the checkbook down. By not matching a 3-year, $25.1 million offer sheet from the Houston Rockets, Lin is heading to Texas. Dolan has a history of throwing money at his problems -- with both the Knicks and New York Rangers, which he also owns -- and this time, he didn't. He just felt it wasn't worth it, and I have to agree. There's no question Lin can play in the NBA and produce. His 14 points and six assists per game last season are evident of that.
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