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By Matt Vensel | December 10, 2012
Early in his tenure as Ravens offensive coordinator, Cam Cameron was universally praised for his relationship with young quarterback Joe Flacco, who won 20 games in the regular season in 2008 and 2009 and three more, all on the road, in the playoffs during his first two years in the NFL. Flacco was considered by some to be a project coming out of Delaware. The physical tools were there, but he came from a smaller school that ran a shotgun spread offense, something that has become more prevalent here and around the NFL since Flacco was drafted 18th overall in 2008.
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By Zahara Unique-Lynne Johnson and For The Baltimore Sun | October 8, 2014
She paraded through the house, grabbing just about everything. Starting in the living room, she quickly progressed to the kitchen, wrapping up every spoon, fork and bowl. My friend Ashley was moving and her last-minute packing looked like a sporting event. "No, this won't fit," she said, trying to stuff a large oval vase into a tiny square box. I'd known Ashley since fifth grade, and it had been years since we sat and had a serious talk. The topic? Men, of course. I was going through some things with my (now ex-)
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By Arda Ocal | August 29, 2012
Arda Ocal (@arda_ocal) of theScore Television Network and The Baltimore Sun spoke with WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart (@BretHart) for a video Q&A. Topics discussed include Hart's relationship with CM Punk, Daniel Bryan and Punk as the Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels of this generation, and much more.
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By Zahara Johnson and For The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2014
It was Monday morning. I was tired and my allergies were uncivil. My body was sore from yoga the day before, and just the thought of work in a few hours intensified my aches. From my window, I could see a dazzling red rose, flowing effortlessly in the morning breeze. I rolled my eyes at its beauty before painfully rising to begin my day. "Ow," I complained, as my body was a living example of "no pain, no gain. " I stretched long and hard, in an attempt to awaken my dead limbs.
NEWS
June 5, 2012
Provided sufficient signatures are collected, the highly controversial question over whether or not the state should recognize same-sex marriages will be considered on the ballot this November. In deciding this, I believe voters should consider the uniqueness of a male-female relationship. This relationship, especially when two are united as a married couple, brings together qualities that no other relationship does. While there are obvious biological differences, there are also personal, emotional and intellectual qualities brought together as well.
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February 17, 2012
Regarding your recent article about people not using their hearing aids, I have a love/hate relationship with mine "People with hearing loss not using aids, study shows," Feb. 14). I can set the volume on mine at three different levels to hear better but, alas, any background noise is also amplified. That doesn't do much good in a noisy situation. Sometimes I can hear people six to 10 feet away better than someone sitting across the table from me. In frustration, I will turn my hearing aid off or just take it out and do the best I can. Until they make a hearing aid that can discriminate among sounds like my brain could before I had hearing loss - and one that doesn't cost an arm and a leg - I will just have to make the best of a bad situation.
NEWS
March 8, 2011
If Baltimore's state's attorney and police department manage to forge a relationship that finds them working together, rather than in opposition, the citizens will benefit. ("Approach to police crimes is changing," March 8) We have in Baltimore what I refer to as a criminal justice non-system. Baltimore is not alone; the same holds true on a national scale. The word "system" connotes an amalgamation of otherwise separate entities conjoined with a single purpose and acting in unison and agreement to meet a shared goal.
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By Luke Broadwater | September 22, 2011
Tonight's episode of "Jersey Shore" started as many do: With promise.  The country's favorite meatballs and meat heads did the stuff that makes the show fun: They used the English language in new and inventive ways, treated their potential hook-ups with the casual disdain we've come to expect and generally entertained us as the class clowns of the country.  Mike showed off his karate moves. The boys dubbed themselves "Mr. VP. " Snooki informed women they should get C-sections when giving birth so they don't "f--- up their vaginas.
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By Niki Scott and Niki Scott,Universal Press Syndicate | December 5, 1993
They worked together, laughed together, commiserated with each other over failed love affairs, non-existent raises, impossible work loads and the lizard for whom they work.He was her buddy, her confidant, her colleague, her friend -- someone she could meet for a drink after work; someone safe and reliable.But a month ago, after too many TGIF toasts at the local hangout, they went somewhere to dance (and drink). Then they went somewhere for dinner. Then they went back to his place -- and to his bed.This is hardly a new story, but the young woman who wrote from Toledo, Ohio, this week wouldn't believe it if we told her so. She thinks no one else has ever been "so dumb or impulsive."
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By SUSAN DEITZ and SUSAN DEITZ,Los Angeles Times Syndicate | February 20, 1994
Q: I am a divorced man, 34, who wants to remarry. I have had a relationship for two years, but our time together is limited by our careers, my night school and 40 miles between us. When we do spend more time together, we usually fight.She doesn't want to make a commitment until I finish school, in two years. I am afraid that after the two years we may still be unable to commit. I am also afraid that we are too comfortable with a weekend relationship. Any suggestions?A: Your concern is justified: This arrangement may be a placebo for a relationship that is basically unsound.
NEWS
September 13, 2014
The warning signs of relationship violence are around us every day. But, today an elevator surveillance video has brought it to the forefront as a national conversation - a conversation that is long overdue, but one that I have lived before ( "Sixteen female senators urge Roger Goodell to adopt zero-tolerance policy against domestic violence," Sept. 11). On May 3, 2010, my friend Sharon Love lost her daughter Yeardley when she was brutally beaten to death by her ex-boyfriend.
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Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2014
Football players sometimes get creative with their ankle tape. Instead of wrapping their feet before a game, they ask a trainer to loop white or brightly colored tape around the outside of the shoe in a way that obscures the shoe company's logo. Known as "spatting," it is considered a fashion statement by some and by others a safeguard against sprained ankles. But it better not occur at the University of Maryland. After an initial warning, the school would be liable for at least $160,000 for a second violation and a minimum of $240,000 for a third offense, according to the new contract between the university and Under Armour, its official outfitter.
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By Zahara Johnson | September 9, 2014
I am Zahara Unique-Lynne Johnson, a 23-year-old Morgan State graduate from Camden, N.J. I live part of the time in Baltimore, part of the time in my hometown. But no matter the state, one thing remains the same: my name is always pronounced wrong. The correct pronunciation is Za-hi-ra, but my mom felt frivolous on that 26th day of August, and opted out of spelling it that way. On the first day of school, I can remember teachers butchering it. "Za-hair-ra" or "Za-hor-ra," they'd say with certainty.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2014
A Honduran man living in Baltimore County faces federal charges after an unaccompanied immigrant girl sent to live with him told police he smuggled her into the United States and that the pair engaged in a sexual relationship. Federal officials gave Pedro Lara Portillo, 42, guardianship over the girl, who is also from Honduras, as part of a program that places minors who cross the border alone with relatives while their immigration status is determined, according to court documents.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | July 18, 2014
Former Maryland offensive coordinator James Franklin has already antagonized Terrapins coach Randy Edsall this offseason . The new Penn State coach also apparently doesn't have much of a relationship with his former boss at Maryland, Ralph Friedgen. Franklin worked under Friedgen for seven seasons in College Park and called Friedgen a mentor as recently as January. Friedgen was asked whether he maintains a relationship with Franklin during an interview with the Big Ten Network this week.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2014
Writing another piece about Orioles center fielder Adam Jones as he prepares to play in tonight's All-Star Game could have been a real challenge. After all, we have written about the man hundreds of times in his career with the Orioles. But I must admit, I find him pretty fascinating. When Jones wants to be, he is one of the more thoughtful and introspective players I have covered. (When he doesn't want to be, it's best to leave him alone and catch him on another day). Jones also gets the importance of connecting with fans.
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By Los Angeles Times | December 7, 1990
HOLLYWOOD -- Bryan Gordon, who made a splash with his directing debut on "Ray's Heterosexual Dance Hall" -- it won a 1987 Oscar as best live-action short -- finally has his first feature coming out. It's "Career Opportunities," a light comedy for writer-producer John Hughes and Universal that's due next year.But what has him really jazzed is "Pie in the Sky," the "relationship comedy" that he's written and is now casting at the Samuel Goldwyn Co. (He also wrote "Ray's.") "Pie" examines the developing sexuality of a young man from birth to 23, focusing on "the relationship between his mother and the girlfriends in his life and how the key girlfriend is tied to [all the others]
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By Susan M. Barbieri and Susan M. Barbieri,Orlando Sentinel | March 25, 1992
Most of us have had a BTN relationship. Sounds vaguely like a sandwich, but a BTN is a "better than nothing" relationship -- the kind we put up with for lack of an alternative.Hold the mayo, hold the courage.Susan Page coined the term. Ms. Page is a Lutheran minister from Berkeley, Calif., and author of the book, "If I'm So Wonderful, Why Am I Still Single?"Ms. Page, who travels around the country giving talks, says her workshops are for "involuntary singles" -- those who want, more than anything, to marry.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | June 5, 2014
A Perry Hall High School student's father struck his daughter's teacher with a baseball bat after the family found "several dozen" text messages between the male instructor and 15-year-old girl, police said. Police said the incident happened after the teacher showed up at the girl's family's home. Authorities did not identify the 42-year-old male teacher or the father. Neither has been charged with a crime. The 15-year-old girl's family called police after finding the messages, which police said "described an emotional relationship that seemed inappropriate for a teacher and student.
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By Ananya Bhattacharyya | June 3, 2014
As my 9-year-old son and I were enjoying a meal at a Lebanese cafe last month, I overheard a middle aged woman say to the server: "This is my first Memorial Day weekend alone. I'm separated, and the kids are with their dad. " The way in which she wore her heart on her sleeve was touching, as if she thought others might think something was amiss because she was dining alone. It reminded me of my own vulnerability when my marriage broke down several years ago. The server expressed her sympathy.
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