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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2011
The report by WJZ-TV's Mike Hellgren is a serious one about a suspect in a road rage incident along I-83. The attack took place about 10 p.m. Friday night near the Maryland-Pennsylvania state line. It should be noted that the station has handled the story with the gravity and concern the subject matter and the victim's pain deserves. But what has some of the Internet buzzing is the resemblance between the suspect in a police sketch that accompanies the story and Hellgren, who is reporting the crime.
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NEWS
By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2011
Maryland State Police are searching for a man who they said rear-ended a woman's vehicle on Interstate 83 in Parkton, offered her money to not call police and then violently attacked her when she dialed 911 on her cell phone. The incident occurred about 10 p.m. Friday south of the Pennsylvania line, in the northbound lanes near Exit 33. Police said a man driving a dark-colored Jeep Wrangler with a soft top, possibly with Pennsylvania license plates, hit the back of the woman's car. Both drivers pulled over and police said the man "pleaded with her, offering her money to settle the incident.
NEWS
June 24, 2011
As the state of Maryland considers whether to continue its suspension of Dr. Mark Geier's medical license ("Discredited Lupron therapy for autism still has backers," June 17), I think it's critical for readers of The Sun to fully understand the remarkable impact that his therapies are having for families like mine around the country. When our son Kit, who has autism, first started showing signs of violence more than two years ago, we were afraid that his unprovoked bursts of rage would result in disastrous consequences — to another child, or teacher at his school, or to my husband or me at home.
EXPLORE
June 1, 2011
An article in the June 3, 1911 edition of The Argus reported a raging bull on the loose. A bull, belonging to Mr. Frederick Diehlman , of Smithwood avenue, near Edmondson avenue, while being driven down Edmondson avenue last Saturday morning, suddenly became enraged and for several hours chased a posse of men who attempted to catch it, and had the residents in the neighborhood of Beaumont avenue in a state of excitement....
SPORTS
By Matt Vensel | May 16, 2011
Bengals wideout Chad Ochocinco went through with his promise to try professional bull riding on Saturday, earning $10,000, which he will donate to charity , for lasting 1.5 seconds on the back of a bull. If you cheered when Ray Lewis jacked up Ochocinco a couple of years ago , you will probably enjoy this video:
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2011
Nicole Sherry, head groundskeeper at Camden Yards, was a 13-year-old growing up in Delaware when the legendary Pasquale "Pat" Santarone, who had a similar job for 23 seasons at Memorial Stadium, announced his retirement two months before Opening Day 1991. Santarone, considered one of the leading groundskeepers in the country during his career, had learned the business from his immigrant Italian father, Val, groundskeeper at Elmira, N.Y., then a Double-A-Orioles affiliate, as a 7-year-old cutting grass.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Wesley Case | March 28, 2011
It’s Rolling Papers Week at Louder Now. Wiz Khalifa, hip-hop’s young pothead-in-charge, drops his highly anticipated major-label debut Tuesday. Every day this week, I’m going to analyze the tracks: what works, what doesn’t and what it means for a rap star clearly interested in crossing over to mainstream success. Shouts to Brandon Soderberg and Tom Breihan for the inspiration; their "Weeks" are great examples of close-reading rap. First up: “When I’m Gone” and “On My Level.” THE SKINNY: There’s some necessary context to add when discussing Rolling Papers . For years, Wiz Khalifa, 23, steadily built his Taylor Gang brand without a major label (a well-received project was titled Deal or No Deal )
ENTERTAINMENT
By Wesley Case | March 21, 2011
First, a note: I didn't go to this concert as a reviewer. I bought my ticket with a group of friends, all big-time Wayne heads. We drank beers and spent most of our night JAMMING. But work was never too far away: I took mental notes, so here's my attempt at remembering them.    Most notably, one of the coolest moments of Lil Wayne's gig at 1st Mariner Arena last night was watching the crowd erupt — no, seriously — when Wayne's DJ, DJ Four Five, cued up the deeper-cut fan favorites ( Da Drought 3's "Ride 4 My N-----", Tha Carter III's "Phone Home")
NEWS
By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | February 13, 2011
A 25-year-old man who shot and injured a man in a downtown parking lot — and then was promptly arrested by a nearby Baltimore City SWAT team — was charged Sunday with attempted murder. James Edward Johnson had no criminal record before he was picked up by officers about 3 a.m. Sunday in a parking lot next to the city's impound lot adjacent to I-83. Now, he faces charges of first- and second-degree attempted murder, first- and second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and handgun violations, according to police department spokesman Anthony Guglielmi.
NEWS
By Ron Smith | September 30, 2010
President Barack Obama doesn't strike one as an angry man; rather, he seems professorial, at home on a podium delivering a lecture from on high with the aid of teleprompters. That he has a cool persona might be a good way of putting it. Apparently, that image is a false front, if one is to believe the contents of a new book titled "The Roots of Obama's Rage," written by conservative pundit Dinesh D'Souza. A summary of his argument appeared as a cover story in Forbes earlier this month.
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