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By Emma Schkloven and For The Baltimore Sun | August 11, 2014
With a decade-long career that has survived several member departures and includes four stylistically different albums, Panic! at the Disco and its musical trajectory have been anything but ordinary. Sunday night's wide-ranging show at Pier Six Pavilion reflected the emo-turned-alternative-rock trio's unpredictable career. Following two opening acts (Magic Man and Walk the Moon), Panic! hit the stage with high-energy tracks (“Vegas Lights,” “Time to Dance”). The heat of the summer night led to a quick and necessary costume change for frontman and multi-instrumentalist Brendon Urie.
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By Jonah Goldberg | September 29, 2014
Last Friday, the White House announced an "It's On Us" initiative aimed at combating sexual assaults on college campuses. I'm all in favor of combating sexual assault, but the first priority in combating a problem is understanding it. That's not the White House's first priority. Roughly six weeks before Election Day, its chief concern is to translate an exciting social media campaign into a get-out-the-vote operation. Accurate statistics are of limited use in that regard because rape and sexual assault have been declining for decades.
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Peter Schmuck | September 25, 2012
The Orioles have won seven of their last 10 games and still hold onto the first American League wild-card berth, so why does it suddenly feel like they are stumbling around in the dark as they enter the final week of the regular season? Well, maybe because they have lost three of their last four and not looked particularly good doing it. Last night's 4-0 loss to the supposedly uninspired Toronto Blue Jays featured an offensive performance so anxious and inept that it left room to speculate that the young hitters are starting to see the finish line and want to get there too quick.
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By Emma Schkloven and For The Baltimore Sun | August 11, 2014
With a decade-long career that has survived several member departures and includes four stylistically different albums, Panic! at the Disco and its musical trajectory have been anything but ordinary. Sunday night's wide-ranging show at Pier Six Pavilion reflected the emo-turned-alternative-rock trio's unpredictable career. Following two opening acts (Magic Man and Walk the Moon), Panic! hit the stage with high-energy tracks (“Vegas Lights,” “Time to Dance”). The heat of the summer night led to a quick and necessary costume change for frontman and multi-instrumentalist Brendon Urie.
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Susan Reimer | August 22, 2011
Don't panic. That's what Wall Street is telling Main Street. Those same guys who are photographed almost daily with their faces buried in their hands - there is even an Internet photo gallery called "The Brokers With Hands on Their Faces Blog" - are telling us not to panic. So, I have been wondering. What does "don't panic" mean? If we shouldn't panic when the Dow drops 600 points in a single day, when, exactly, should we panic? When it drops 400 points the next day?
BUSINESS
By JULIUS WESTHEIMER | September 14, 2001
IN THE wake of Tuesday's terrorist attacks, some suggestions: Don't panic and dump your stocks and mutual funds; our great companies will be around for a long time. Continue contributing to 401(k), 403(b) and other retirement plans; they provide tax-deferred income in any market. Don't blindly follow the crowd; the crowd is often wrong. MONEY MATES: How should engaged couples and newlyweds manage their money? Black Enterprise, October, suggests: "Before saying `I do,' every couple should count the costs of marriage.
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By John M. McClintock and John M. McClintock,Mexico City Bureau of The Sun | February 14, 1991
MEXICO CITY -- At least 42 people died and 30 were injured yesterday as panic overtook Ash Wednesday worshipers at a crowded Roman Catholic church 30 miles southwest of here, the Red Cross reported.Nicanor Mercado Velazquez, a radio dispatcher for the Red Cross, said that the death toll could go has high as 50 or 60.A spokesman for the state of Mexico said the tragedy occurred as thousands of worshipers attempted to push their way into the church in Chalma, crushing the victims in their haste.
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By Dusko Doder and Dusko Doder,Contributing Writer | December 2, 1992
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia -- Milan Panic, the Serbian-born American millionaire invited here to take over as prime minister this year, has decided to run against the man who had brought him home to shore up his own image, Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic, and Mr. Milosevic's ruling ex-communist Socialist Party.Mr. Panic said his program of reconciliation and economic recovery has been undermined by Mr. Milosevic's "obstructionist policies.""I'm convinced that we will succeed only if Slobodan Milosevic is replaced," Mr. Panic said .The only other candidate for the Serbian presidency, Vuk Draskovic, leader of the largest opposition party, announced later yesterday that he would bow out of the Dec. 20 contest and throw his support behind Mr. Panic.
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By JULIUS WESTHEIMER | September 28, 2001
"Crises like these are buying opportunities, but they don't come the moment trading reopens," says Tom McClellan's Market Report. "Sellers have to exhaust their panic while buyers build enough courage to come back in. We've reached the bottom of this sell-off, and we'll have a strong rally," the industry newsletter adds. "Decisions made under panic conditions are usually regretted," says Wright Investors' Service. "We will now become more conservative. This is not the time to panic, but to judge quietly as facts are known."
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By JULIUS WESTHEIMER | May 5, 2000
Do you panic in a bad market, and dump your blue-chip stocks? Not so fast. Business Week says, "Keep a cool head in a bear market. Here's why you shouldn't panic: "Smart-money players are waiting to scoop up your shares at a bargain price. Don't fall into that trap. "Markets often snap back within several weeks after a sharp sell-off. If you panic you may wind up rebuying your stock at a higher price. "If you sell at a gain you'll pay taxes -- money that could otherwise earn more money in the future.
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By Jonah Goldberg | May 5, 2014
After the 9/11 terror attacks in 2001, members of the American left found one thing they could all agree on: America's First Amendment rights were in peril. The American Prospect insisted on Sept. 12, when the rubble was still burning and the dead had not yet been retrieved, that "a number of government agencies and their cheerleaders would be clearly tempted to lock the Bill of Rights away in some basement dustbin of the National Archives. " Two weeks later, novelist Barbara Kingsolver warned, "Patriotism threatens free speech with death.
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Peter Schmuck | April 8, 2014
It is fortunate for the Orioles that the 2014 season has opened with a burst of American League parity. They lost five of their first seven games and displayed all manner of disturbing tendencies in the process, but they picked a good time to do it since no one else in their division -- or the rest of the league -- had managed to win more than four games heading into Tuesday. So, in a way, the baseball cosmos was telling them not to panic. It's only the second week, and they don't have to look up very far from the outhouse to see the penthouse.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2014
The 4-0 start that the Loyola men's basketball team enjoyed seems like a distant memory now. Since that opening, the Greyhounds have lost eight of their last 10 contests, compiling a 6-8 overall record and a 1-2 mark in the Patriot League. A seven-game stretch in which the team has dropped six contests was broken up only by a 63-57 overtime win over Navy on Jan. 2. Despite Loyola's recent troubles, coach G.G. Smith insisted that there's no reason to get hysterical yet. "[W]e're not in panic mode,” he said Thursday afternoon.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | December 11, 2013
Emotions may have been flying high after the Loyola men's basketball team's 4-0 start in November, the program's best start since the 2005-06 squad won its first six games. So what is the atmosphere like since the Greyhounds have lost three of their past four games? “We're not panicking,” coach G.G. Smith said Wednesday afternoon. “We're just trying to get better. We're trying to prepare for Stony Brook [on Dec. 19]. It's a great time of the year to get in some extra film, some extra shots, some extra lifts, some extra practice time.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2013
COLLEGE PARK - Randy Edsall smiled. He laughed. He answered questions from reporters patiently, honestly, happily. Is this the coach of a Maryland team seemingly in free fall after Saturday's 20-3 loss to Syracuse at Byrd Stadium? Taking a three-game losing streak and a ton of criticism into Saturday's game at Virginia Tech, Edsall was surprisingly upbeat Tuesday at his weekly press conference. And quietly defiant. "I'm not going to panic," he said. "If I panic, the whole team will panic, then I'm not being the leader that I need to be for our young team here.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2013
COLLEGE PARK -- Surprisingly upbeat given his team's three-game losing streak that reached a low point with Saturday's 20-3 loss at home to Syracuse, Maryland football coach Randy Edsall said at his weekly news conference Tuesday that he is not going to panic. “If I panic, the whole team will panic. Then I'm not being the leader that I need to be for our young team here," he said. "All I'm going to do is continue to go about the business of building this program and building it the right way so it can end up achieving the longterm success that we're going to have here.
BUSINESS
By JULIUS WESTHEIMER | October 5, 2001
RECENT comments about your investments: "The greatest risk following the terrorist attacks is panic," says Deborah Allen, corporate consultant. "Panic could trigger wholesale dumping of stocks and mutual funds, causing investors to sell near the bottom and possibly miss the upcoming Wall Street recovery." "Ninety percent of today's investors entered the market after 1990. Until recently they've never seen a market go anywhere but up. Now they've learned that bear markets are natural parts of the investment cycle."
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By Dusko Doder and Dusko Doder,Contributing Writer | November 4, 1992
BELGRADE -- Yugoslav Prime Minister Milan Panic yesterday narrowly survived a parliamentary attempt to oust him from power.The upper house of the Yugoslav Parliament blocked a no-confidence vote engineered against the Serbia-born U.S. millionaire by Serbian hard-line president Slobodan Milosevic.The narrow 18-17 vote was just enough to overturn an overwhelming vote Monday night in the lower house, where Mr. Panic was denounced as a stooge of Washington selling out Serbisn interests in his efforts to end the Balkans conflict.
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By Catherine Mallette, The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2013
Just barely into our CSA challenge, I had a midweek meltdown.  Someone in my empty-nest, two-person household sent me a text saying he was picking up dinner. "Don't get any vegetables!" I texted back, anxious about the eight kinds of vegetables getting older by the day in our refrigerator. It had been a busy first half of the week, with parents visiting and late nights at work. Most of the spinach and all of the strawberries were eaten, and the kale was being cryogenically preserved in the freezer, but the rest of the week's pickup was, as yet, uneaten.  My text was too late.
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Mike Preston | May 27, 2013
When almost everyone else thought their season was over in early March, Duke's lacrosse players were not too concerned. A losing record in March? Ho hum, no big deal. A blowout loss to conference rival Maryland? No sweat, there were still two months left in the season. What appeared to be disaster has become routine in Durham, N.C., after Duke completed its improbable run to the NCAA Division I championship Monday by defeating top-seeded Syracuse, 16-10. Jordan Wolf had four goals and fellow attackmen Josh Offit and Josh Dionne each had three to lead Duke (16-5)
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