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By Matt Vensel | November 9, 2011
The most famous student of Ball So Hard University strutted in front of a throng of reporters Wednesday. And naturally, he wore a black Ball So Hard University T-shirt as he explained where his school spirit came from. "A lot of guys on this team attended Ball So Hard University, including myself," Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs said. "The dean of students and president of the school is actually Shawn Carter," better known as Jay-Z. Suggs created an internet sensation before Sunday night's 23-20 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers when he said his alma mater was “Ball So Hard University” as the Ravens defense was introduced in a NBC graphic.
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By Julekha Dash and For The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2014
The Doberman sits on the edge of a bed, oblivious of the remarkable view from the floor-to-ceiling window. Modern high-rises peep out from a dense forest dotted with palm trees and shrouded in mist. Artist Jereme Scott says his painting was inspired by a 1957 photograph in National Geographic. At 66 inches by 50 inches, “The Watcher of Suite Singapore” is the largest item on display at his store, Cotton Duck Art & Apparel, in Historic Ellicott City. The shop, which opened in March, also sells T-shirts, hoodies and tank tops Scott designed, and jewelry made by designers from the Mid-Atlantic.  Scott, 28, studied fine arts at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia and received his master's in studio arts from Howard University.
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By Liz F. Kay, The Baltimore Sun | October 3, 2011
Andy York recently bought a T-shirt that captures how he feels about his city. The design includes various implements of violence that include brass knuckles, a switchblade, a noose and a brick in the shape of a heart. "It all comes down to self-deprecating humor," said York, a Pigtown resident who plans to wear the tee to live music events or festivals. "I would be really upset if someone from Pittsburgh was wearing a shirt like that. " Elected officials and tourism industry leaders have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars developing slogans to emphasize Baltimore's finer points.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2014
Darren O'Day is set apart from other relievers by his sidearm delivery, his own version of the “Ole” song, and his 0.92 ERA, among other things. And he can add another to the list. “I have a couple things going for me, and now I have a T-shirt,” O'Day said Wednesday, when the Orioles gave out orange T-shirts with his “O'Day” song and a silhouette logo of his sidearm delivery. “It's pretty exciting. I never expected a T-shirt.” O'Day pitched a scoreless ninth inning in the Orioles' 3-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays, his 10th scoreless outing in a row. He has allowed one run in 14 appearances since the All-Star break, and he has struck out more than one batter per inning this season.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | September 11, 2012
Ray Rice continues to stand up against bullying by designing a T-shirt that will help raise money to fight the problem. Rice has joined with PACER National Bullying Prevention Center and a shirt company called CustomInk for the Be Good to Each Other campaign, designing a tee with the message: "You can be a hero to someone just by being a friend -- Ray Rice. " Adult versions of the shirt cost $26 and all of the proceeds will go to PACER, an organization that aims to prevent bullying through education.
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Letter to The Aegis | April 2, 2013
Editor: I am writing in response to an apparent dust-up over the use of rap lyrics on a t-shirt at Joppatowne High School. Unfortunately, I did not see the original letter to the editor on this subject, but I can comment on the mother-educator response. It disturbs me to read that a parent and educator would actually condone the use of this particular rap song, or any part of it in a school setting. This so called song contains foul language and atrocious grammar from start to finish as well as the use of the controversial "N" word; though in the so-called acceptable context we have been duped to believe is "artistic expression.
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Baltimore Sun Staff | January 29, 2013
Ravens fans who also want to bring their purple passion to a cause can purchase a special edition Super Bowl XLVII T-shirt to benefit The Brigance Brigade Foundation, created by former Ravens player O.J. Brigance and his wife, Chanda. All proceeds from sales of the $20 T-shirt go to the foundation, which raises funds to support and improve the quality of life for patients with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, and their families by providing needed equipment, resource guidance and services.
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By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | January 27, 2011
Under Armour's first foray into cotton will be a $25 T-shirt that it plans to begin shipping to stores in February. The Baltimore sports apparel company built its business on performance wear geared toward the hardcore athlete, but is now developing a new venture with the material it once deemed the "enemy. " "We've built a $1 billion foundation without cotton to date," Under Armour founder Kevin Plank told analysts during a quarterly earnings conference call Thursday. "This is a whole new category for Under Armour that makes us relevant to a whole new consumer.
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The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2013
The Orioles are putting you in charge of their t-shirt giveaway for their Sept. 26 game against the Red Sox. Fans are invited to design the shirts that will be distributed to the first 10,000 fans ages 15 and over that night as part of Fan Appreciation Week. Submissions will be accepted through the end of the month on the team's website . Three finalists will be selected and fans will vote for the bets design. The winner will receive four tickets to that Sept. 26 game.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2014
Darren O'Day is set apart from other relievers by his sidearm delivery, his own version of the “Ole” song, and his 0.92 ERA, among other things. And he can add another to the list. “I have a couple things going for me, and now I have a T-shirt,” O'Day said Wednesday, when the Orioles gave out orange T-shirts with his “O'Day” song and a silhouette logo of his sidearm delivery. “It's pretty exciting. I never expected a T-shirt.” O'Day pitched a scoreless ninth inning in the Orioles' 3-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays, his 10th scoreless outing in a row. He has allowed one run in 14 appearances since the All-Star break, and he has struck out more than one batter per inning this season.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2014
Nelson Cruz, who has wasted little time hitting his way into Orioles fans' hearts with every belt-high fastball he deposits into the stands, has officially arrived in the minds of the team's promotional staff. The game against the Detroit Tigers on May 13 will be Nelson Cruz T-shirt night. Cruz, who has hit six home runs and driven in 21 runs en route to a .301/.386/.683 line in 19 games this season, has found a home hitting in front of Orioles slugger Chris Davis. He's getting pitches to hit and making opposing pitchers pay. The Cruz T-shirt features 26 'U's on the front.
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By Erica L. Green | October 8, 2013
The Baltimore Ravens' Ray Rice joined a campaign to raise money for anti-bullying efforts, designing a T-shirt that encourages youth to be kind to each other. The purple T-shirt that reads "You can be a hero to someone just by being a friend," is part of CustomInk's bullying prevention efforts, and comes during the official National Bullying Awareness month. The Virginia-based company tapped singers, actors and other athletes to design T-shirts that spread messages against bullying.
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The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2013
The Orioles just announced the winner of their fan designed T-shirt contest. The shirt above, designed by Scott Thompson of Rockville, will be given to the first 10,000 fans 15 and over at the Orioles' Sept. 26 home game against the Toronto Blue Jays. The team received more than 500 designs and narrowed them down to three for a final vote. This design obviously pays tribute to the Orioles' ritual of celebrating big wins with shaving-cream pies.
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The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2013
The Orioles are putting you in charge of their t-shirt giveaway for their Sept. 26 game against the Red Sox. Fans are invited to design the shirts that will be distributed to the first 10,000 fans ages 15 and over that night as part of Fan Appreciation Week. Submissions will be accepted through the end of the month on the team's website . Three finalists will be selected and fans will vote for the bets design. The winner will receive four tickets to that Sept. 26 game.
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By Chris Korman, The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2013
Chris Davis has hit 37 home runs . Women think he is handsome . Odds-makers believe he'll win tonight's Home Run Derby . (Wait, people bet on things like that?) When a person is good at sports and good-looking and his life has traced a compelling narrative ( seriously, read this profile ) that suddenly emerges on the national scene, there is one thing sure to follow: marketability. Sales of Davis merchandise are, of course, soaring. According to Fanatics.com, they were up 200 percent in June compared with May. Davis merchandise sold better than that of all but eight Major League Baseball players.
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Letter to The Aegis | April 2, 2013
Editor: I am writing in response to an apparent dust-up over the use of rap lyrics on a t-shirt at Joppatowne High School. Unfortunately, I did not see the original letter to the editor on this subject, but I can comment on the mother-educator response. It disturbs me to read that a parent and educator would actually condone the use of this particular rap song, or any part of it in a school setting. This so called song contains foul language and atrocious grammar from start to finish as well as the use of the controversial "N" word; though in the so-called acceptable context we have been duped to believe is "artistic expression.
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By Diane Pajak | December 14, 2011
You wouldn't guess it, but if you pair two analysts -- one with a Department of Defense agency and the other working in network security -- you'd get Little Lessons Tees, an online T-shirt business specializing in positive statements. Married analyst couple Chris and Jada Williams happen to be parents of a toddler and started their business of selling youth T-shirts last year. “We found it difficult to find uplifting T-shirts for our son (Jacob, presently age 3)
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | March 19, 2013
A Baltimore judge sentenced Jason K. Hamel to 50 years in prison for the Federal Hill murder of an alleged drug dealer who tricked him into paying $5,000 for a T-shirt he said was a package of cocaine. The shooting happened in 800 block of Battery Avenue on June 20, 2008 when Hamel, 33, went to meet his victim Keyva Bluitt and two other men to do the supposed drug deal. Hamel picked up the package at around 9:15 p.m. and soon realized the deception, according to the Baltimore state's attorney's office.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | March 19, 2013
A Baltimore judge sentenced Jason K. Hamel to 50 years in prison for the Federal Hill murder of an alleged drug dealer who tricked him into paying $5,000 for a T-shirt he said was a package of cocaine. The shooting happened in 800 block of Battery Avenue on June 20, 2008 when Hamel, 33, went to meet his victim Keyva Bluitt and two other men to do the supposed drug deal. Hamel picked up the package at around 9:15 p.m. and soon realized the deception, according to the Baltimore state's attorney's office.
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Baltimore Sun Staff | January 29, 2013
Ravens fans who also want to bring their purple passion to a cause can purchase a special edition Super Bowl XLVII T-shirt to benefit The Brigance Brigade Foundation, created by former Ravens player O.J. Brigance and his wife, Chanda. All proceeds from sales of the $20 T-shirt go to the foundation, which raises funds to support and improve the quality of life for patients with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, and their families by providing needed equipment, resource guidance and services.
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