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January 19, 1996
Police logLong Reach: 5500 block of High Tor Hill: A white minivan was reported stolen Wednesday, police said.
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By Ian Duncan and Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2013
The end came quickly for Silk Road, when federal agents crept in to nab the alleged kingpin of the secret $1.2 billion online drug marketplace as he sat at his laptop in the sci-fi section of a San Francisco public library. Within hours, though, many vendors and customers who said they used the "Deep Web" bazaar were back in action - moving to similar websites like Sheep Marketplace, which advertises marijuana, LSD and a multitude of prescription pills for sale in largely untraceable transactions.
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SPORTS
July 10, 1993
Players who received bonuses for their election to Tuesday's All-Star Game:AMERICAN LEAGUE $100,000 Kirby Puckett, Minn.Cal Ripken, OriolesRick Aguilera, Minn.Roberto Alomar, Tor.Wade Boggs, N.Y.Joe Carter, Tor.Ken Griffey, Sea.Jimmy Key, N.Y.J. Montgomery, K.C.John Olerud, Tor.Greg Vaughn, Milw.Duane Ward, Tor.$25,000 M. Mussina, OriolesCarlos Baerga, Cleve.Albert Belle, Cleve.Cecil Fielder, Det.Travis Fryman, Det.Paul Molitor, Tor.Devon White, Tor.$10,000 Ivan Rodriguez, Tex.NATIONAL LEAGUE $50,000 Darren Daulton, Phi.Tom Glavine, Atl.Bryan Harvey, Fla.David Justice, Atl.John Kruk, Phil.
BUSINESS
August 8, 2013
A man with dual citizenship will wait another week in the Irish court system for a decision regarding his extradition on a Maryland arrest warrant, according to multiple Irish media sources ' reports Thursday morning. Meanwhile, the malware attack on Eric Eoin Marques' servers that coincided with his arrest last week may have taken down a tool vital to journalists, dissidents and whistleblowers. According to The Telegraph: So-called 'darknet' services like Tor have a bad name, because they are used to spread pornography and images of child abuse, as well as to sell drugs via sites such as the Silk Road.
SPORTS
May 22, 2002
NHL summary Hurricanes 2, Maple Leafs 1, OT Carolina 1 0 0 1 - 2 Toronto 0 1 0 0 - 1 First period - 1, Carolina, Francis 4 (Kapanen, Hedican), 5:15 (pp). Penalties - Belak, Tor (roughing), 3:22; Wallin, Car (boarding), 8:30. Second period - 2, Toronto, McCabe 5 (Sundin, Kaberle), 19:26 (pp). Penalties - Lumme, Tor (holding), 2:15; Mogilny, Tor (holding stick), 8:08; Malik, Car (tripping), 18:09. Third period - None. Penalties - None. Overtime-3, Carolina, O'Neill 4 (Francis, Hedican)
SPORTS
October 10, 1991
TORONTO -- Nick Kypreos and Sylvain Cote scored goals five minutes apart in the third period last night, leading the Washington Capitals to a 5-4 victory that deprived the Toronto Maple Leafs of their first three-game winning streak since the 1989-90 season.Cote said he was surprised to see the puck coming his way before his goal."It was just flat on the ice, and I just had to shoot," Cote said. "I could hardly miss the net. It was a great chance."The Capitals, winners of all three games this season, also got goals from Michal Pivonka, Calle Johansson and Kevin Hatcher.
FEATURES
March 7, 2006
Book Signing Christie at MICA R. Gregory Christie, award-winning children's book illustra tor, is holding a free discussion and book signing at noon today at the Maryland Institute Col lege of Art. He will discuss his illustrations, travels and experi ences as a black artist. This event is in the Brown Center's Falvey Hall, 1301 Mount Royal Ave. Call 410-225-2300 or visit www.mica.edu.
SPORTS
June 15, 2001
Who's hot The White Sox have won 16 of their past 19 games and are two games under .500 for the first time since April 19. Who's not The Indians went 2-4 on their homestand and dropped to 18-14 at Jacobs Field. Line of the day Brian Daubach, Red Sox first baseman AB ..... R ..... H ..... RBI ..... HR 4 ....... 1 ..... 2 ...... 4 ........ 1 On deck Al Leiter and the Mets play host to Andy Pettitte and the Yankees. He said it "One thing you can't do when you're in a funk is feel sorry for your self.
BUSINESS
April 2, 2012
Big news out of Landover, a suburb of Washington D.C., this morning: 2tor Inc. raised $26 million in a fourth major round of investment, and plans to use the money to expand its reach into the higher-education online degree market. The Landover-based company has about 270 employees, and company officials said that they could hire as many as 100 new employees in coming years. 2tor partners with universities to build full-scale web experiences interwoven with an online education program that grants a serious degree to students.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | February 2, 2009
Tor Martin Hylbom, a retired Sun makeup editor who was active in his church, died of a stroke Jan. 24 at Sinai Hospital. The former longtime Anneslie resident was 69. Mr. Hylbom was born and raised in Colorado Springs, Colo., and graduated from the Kent School in Kent, Conn., in 1958. He attended Washington and Lee University, and earned a bachelor's degree in political science from Colorado College in 1962. From 1963 to 1967, Mr. Hylbom, who was a graduate of the Army Language School at Fort Ord in Monterey, Calif.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Robert Folsom, McClatchy-Tribune and Amazon.com | November 9, 2008
The Devil's Eye by Jack McDevitt Ace / 368 pages / $24.95 Politics. There's no escaping its ugliness, even on a world several light-years outside the Milky Way galaxy. That world is Salud Afar, and it's where celebrated horror writer Vicki Greene has gone to research her next novel. Once there, she sends a burst of a message to antiquities dealer Alex Benedict. It ends with, "They're all dead." Then Greene's memory is wiped. But Greene had asked Benedict and his assistant, Chase Kolpath, for help.
TRAVEL
By Gwen Musk | November 19, 2006
For my husband and I, the moorland of Dartmoor National Park is our favorite place to hike in England. Famous as the setting for the Sherlock Holmes mystery, The Hound of the Baskervilles, the moor is actually a large granite plateau dotted with high rock formations called tors. It's mostly covered in gorse, heather and bracken, but also has a soft, marshy ground. The weather can be very unpredictable and storms can blow in without warning, causing you to lose your bearings in an instant.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,Sun reporter | August 27, 2006
The game was tied in the bottom of the ninth and the Orioles needed a runner in scoring position. Everybody, from the players perched on the top step of the dugout to the 26,379 fans at Camden Yards yesterday, knew that Corey Patterson was about to try to steal second base. It was just a matter of when. Patterson fully expected to see a pitchout, as did his manager, Sam Perlozzo. But one didn't come on Shawn Camp's first pitch to Kevin Millar, so Patterson decided the time had come. Devil Rays@O's Today, 1:35 p.m., Ch. 13, 1090 AM Starters: Devil Rays' J.P. Howell (0-1, 10.80)
FEATURES
March 7, 2006
Book Signing Christie at MICA R. Gregory Christie, award-winning children's book illustra tor, is holding a free discussion and book signing at noon today at the Maryland Institute Col lege of Art. He will discuss his illustrations, travels and experi ences as a black artist. This event is in the Brown Center's Falvey Hall, 1301 Mount Royal Ave. Call 410-225-2300 or visit www.mica.edu.
NEWS
By ROBERT FOLSOM | October 2, 2005
Effendi Courtenay Grimwood Spectra (paperback) 432 pages. Ashraf "Raf" Bey is a good chief of detectives in the bad city of El Iskandryia in this sequel to Pashazade, which established a 21st-century world under Ottoman Empire rule. Raf has to investigate the case of billionaire Hamzah Effendi, the father of the woman Raf should have married. But Raf has his hands full: trying to protect the daughter from atrocious secrets, solving murders related to the case, and trying to stay alive.
FEATURES
September 29, 2005
Halloween's still over a month away, but you can get into a spooky mood tonight at the Sena tor. Check out a screening of 1922's Nosferatu, A Symphony of Horror, with Boston-based rock band Devil Music Ensemble's orig inal live score. The film shows at 8 p.m. at the Senator Theatre, 5904 York Road. Tickets are $10. Go to senator.com or creativeallian ce.org. Note to readers Be cause of a production error yester day, the crossword, Jumble and some comics scheduled for Thurs day appeared in Wednesday's edi tions.
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