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By Meagan O'Neill | February 16, 2012
I woke up this morning with one thought -- The night is finally here! Well, maybe not quite, but I know I don't speak only for myself when I say that I've been waiting for this episode since it was first teased in the series opener. Whenever"Revenge" is discussed, at some point the question arises: “Do you think Daniel is really dead?!” Now we know the answer: Nope! I think most knew it was unlikely that Daniel would actually be killed off the show, but we have also learned that nothing is predictable on "Revenge.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 25, 2014
In its run to the NCAA tournament final this season, the Notre Dame men's lacrosse team has beaten every Atlantic Coast Conference team except one. And the sixth-seeded Fighting Irish (12-5) will get a shot at redemption when it faces top-seeded Duke (16-3) on Monday at 1 p.m. at M&T Bank Stadium. "I think, playing them earlier in the season, we can kind of find out what we did well, and what we didn't do well," Notre Dame sophomore attackman Matt Kavanagh said Sunday. "I think seeing a team and being prepared and seeing what they have already done to us in the first game is going to help us tomorrow.
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July 3, 2012
Talk to any scientist about losing all that power and they may agree. It just could be that mother nature is fighting back. What have we done to earn her trust? Not much, I'm afraid. The Indians knew how, but most of them are gone. For starters, lets take better care of what we do have. We can't afford another power outage. We rely on mother nature so much yet look at how much we take her for granted. Maryanne T. Nobile, Gwynn Oaks
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By Michael Dresser and Erin Cox, The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2014
Gov. Martin O'Malley signed legislation Thursday making Maryland one of a handful of states to extend anti-discrimination laws to protect transgender people. The transgender rights legislation, which prohibits discrimination in employment and housing, was one of scores of bills O'Malley signed during the last scheduled public signing ceremony of his eight years as governor. Other bills he approved will overhaul Maryland's speed camera law to add safeguards for drivers from malfunctioning systems and outlaw "revenge porn" — the posting of intimate pictures on the Internet as a way of getting back at a former spouse or lover.
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Meagan O'Neill | May 3, 2012
This week's episode of "Revenge" was a much needed reminder of why I love this show. Just the right amount of mystery, plotting, surprise turns and catty back stabbing to make me excited for the twists and turns that seem to be in store for the next three weeks. One of the biggest turns of this episode was Daniel backing up his father. Throughout the whole series what kept him respectable was that he actually seemed horrified by much of his parent's manipulating, even attempting to embark on his own career outside of Grayson Enterprises.
NEWS
May 4, 2011
"We got him, justice is done. " Really? We seem to be overjoyed by the idea that Osama bin Laden's death is some sort of compensation for all the suffering and lives he annihilated. I suppose it's human nature that revenge is a joy. But now our revenge must be avenged. Perhaps our joy should just be geared to the fact that at least bin Laden will no longer plan additional harm. George B. Wroe, Glyndon
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By Mike Giuliano | May 2, 2012
If the crime rate spikes in Howard County, blame Shakespeare. The Bard's most violent play, "Titus Andronicus," is being staged by the Laurel-based theater company Rude Mechanicals at the Howard County Center for the Arts in Ellicott City. This production follows close on the bloody heels of the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company's outdoor staging of the same play at the Patapsco Female Institute Historic Park in 2010. Considering that "Titus Andronicus" is rarely staged anywhere, it's really unusual that local audiences have had two opportunities to be appalled by a play with such a high body count.
NEWS
November 26, 2013
I do not wish to downplay the offense of distributing salacious pictures without the subject's consent, but Del. John Cardin's remark that "revenge porn is a harmful form of bigotry and sexual harassment" heads a long list of wrongheaded uses of the word bigotry ( "Cardin proposes criminalizing 'revenge porn,' Oct. 28). What Mr. Cardin was referring to is certainly harmful and it is certainly sexual harassment and it is certainly hateful. But it is not "bigotry. " Bigotry is a blanket offense against a broad class of people for no rational reason; it cannot describe any part of an attack on an individual for individual, personal reasons.
SPORTS
January 21, 2010
Tom Poti thought he had finally pushed the painful memory of the Washington Capitals' Game 7 collapse against the Pittsburgh Penguins into the deep recesses of his mind. But about three weeks later, the defenseman discovered he had not buried it deep enough. "Just when you're starting to get over it, you see them hoisting the Cup," Poti said Monday, eight months after Penguins captain Sidney Crosby and his teammates beat the Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Finals. "You start thinking, 'Could that have been us?
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By Meagan O'Neill | May 10, 2012
Well it seems as though the writers of heard my whining here in Baltimore, because for the second week in a row "Revenge" reminded me of the show I fell in love with in the fall. The plotting and suspense is back in full force, and the previews for the next two weeks have me believing this season will certainly be ending on a high note.  This week "Revenge" took a step back in time - New Years 2002 - to give us some more background on the tangled web of Hamptonites backstabbing.
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By Aaron Oster | May 6, 2014
After Sunday night's pay-per-view, I had speculated that maybe Evolution was going to disband, just as quickly as the group reunited. On Monday's Raw, they showed me how wrong I was. To kick off the show -- and to get Dean Ambrose back for the loss Sunday night -- Triple H put him in a 20-man battle royal for his U.S. title, which he lost. If that wasn't enough, Triple H put the group in a match against the Wyatts in the main event. The two stables had another solid match, though not quite up to par as some of their past encounters.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2014
UMBC's loss to No. 13 Albany may not have been a surprise, but the team's setback to Binghamton was. In that game, the Retrievers (7-6 overall and 3-2 in the America East) lost a 6-4 lead at halftime and were outscored 9-1 in the second half en route to a 13-7 loss. So who do they get in an America East tournament semifinal on Thursday at Stony Brook? Those same Bearcats (7-7, 4-1). UMBC coach Don Zimmerman acknowledged that the team was eager for a rematch with Binghamton, but he warned against revenge taking over preparation.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 6, 2014
Towson capped an end-of-year surge in 2013 by winning the Colonial Athletic Association tournament and securing the automatic qualifier to the NCAA tournament. But that finish masked an inauspicious beginning. The Tigers opened the schedule on Feb. 8 against High Point, a team that was making its collegiate debut in lacrosse, and lost 9-7. The embarrassment of that defeat may be hard to shake, but coach Shawn Nadelen insisted that revenge is not a goal for Saturday's season opener against the Panthers at 11 a.m. at Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson.
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Erin Cox and The Baltimore Sun | January 28, 2014
Lawmakers considered two competing bills Tuesday that would make Maryland among a handful of states to consider "revenge porn" a crime. Vengefully posting naked pictures of an ex-lover online would carry jail time under the proposals weighed Tuesday, two of at least three bills filed this year to target a phenomenon that has grown with websites devoted to so-called revenge porn. Advocate Annmarie Chiarini, herself a victim of having compromising pictures posted by a jilted ex online, urged the House Judiciary Committee Thursday to pass tougher penalties than the state's current cyber bulling and harassment laws.
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By Danielle Keats Citron | December 15, 2013
Being a woman, especially a woman of color, raises one's risk of cyber harassment - the intentional infliction of severe emotional distress through persistent online speech. The University of Maryland studied online attacks occurring on an Internet chat medium and found that users with female names received, on average, 100 "malicious private messages" - defined as those with "sexually explicit or threatening" language - for every four received by male users. User gender had a "significant impact" on the number of malicious private messages sent and "no significant impact" on other kinds of attacks, such as attempts to send files with viruses to users, the study said.
NEWS
November 26, 2013
I do not wish to downplay the offense of distributing salacious pictures without the subject's consent, but Del. John Cardin's remark that "revenge porn is a harmful form of bigotry and sexual harassment" heads a long list of wrongheaded uses of the word bigotry ( "Cardin proposes criminalizing 'revenge porn,' Oct. 28). What Mr. Cardin was referring to is certainly harmful and it is certainly sexual harassment and it is certainly hateful. But it is not "bigotry. " Bigotry is a blanket offense against a broad class of people for no rational reason; it cannot describe any part of an attack on an individual for individual, personal reasons.
NEWS
Susan Reimer | October 30, 2013
In a scene in the HBO series "Newsroom," brainy financial reporter Sloan Sabbith confronts her spurned lover, who has posted nude pictures of her on the Internet as payback. The pictures are an immediate sensation — they have their own Facebook page — and she is in danger of being fired. She responds by politely interrupting a meeting he is conducting and, in front of his colleagues, she kicks him in the groin and delivers a right cross that knocks him down and bloodies his face.
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