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By Seth Boster and The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2013
Before the Orioles' comeback 4-2 rubber match win over the Detroit Tigers at Camden Yards Sunday, a third-inning foul ball became a focus of struggle. In a video caught by MLB.com , a young Orioles fan is shown vainly reaching down from the stands for the ball only to have his reach come up short. As an usher motions for the fan to step back, a man emerges from further down the aisle with an umbrella, which he uses to successfully scoop the ball up. He goes on to raise the ball triumphant in his resourcefulness.
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By Jordan Bartel and The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2014
Around this time 18 years ago, George R. R. Martin published "A Game of Thrones," NASA announced there may have once been life on Mars and these were the most popular songs, via Billboard's Hot 100 chart archive. 10. "Loungin," LL Cool J Before he was "NCIS: Los Angeles"-ing on CBS, LL Cool J was still putting out raunchy tracks like this follow-up to "Doin' It. " Apparently, LL didn't believe in the use of apostrophes in 1996. 9. "You Learn"/"You Oughta Know," Alanis Morissette "You Learn" was Morisette's fifth single from her massively popular album, "Jagged Little Pill.
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SPORTS
By Matt Vensel | April 25, 2011
Ravens safety Tom Zbikowski improved to 4-0 in his professional boxing career with a first-round technical knockout of Blake Warner on Saturday night. Zbikowski landed an uppercut at the 2:20 mark and the fight was called after Warner dropped to the canvas. “This was my best win since coming back from a five-year layoff,” he told The Daily Oklahoman . Here's video of the fight (and audio if you speak Spanish):
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | July 17, 2014
Three people stood in the basement of a Westport home before 4 a.m. Wednesday to film a stunt in which they planned to test a bulletproof vest. Darnell Mitchell put it on, looked into a video camera and proclaimed himself ready to take "deuce deuce in the chest. " But, police said, Mark Ramiro missed the body armor when he pulled the trigger on the .22 caliber handgun, and he now faces murder charges in the 28-year-old's death. The video ends as Ramiro dropped the gun and both friends rushed to Mitchell's aid. They drove from Ramiro's apartment in the 2200 block of Cedley St. to University of Maryland Medical Center, where Mitchell was pronounced dead within minutes, police said.
SPORTS
By Matt Vensel | March 1, 2011
When I saw on SI's Hot Clicks this afternoon that there was a new trick shot video floating out in the blogosphere, I rolled my eyes. Then I squinted to read the summary and saw that the video came from a long snapper, so I had to click the link. It was worth it. Kudos to Washington State long snapper Zach Enyeart for having a sense of humor about his oft-overlooked role and putting together a pretty entertaining trick shot video. It also helps that the soundtrack is "Electric Avenue" by Eddy Grant and that Enyeart seems legitimately stoked after every successful snap.
FEATURES
By Jamie Bacon, For The Baltimore Sun | July 22, 2013
One of the things we have been going back and forth about for our wedding is whether or not to have a videographer. Some people say it is necessary and definitely worth the money, where others admit that they have only watched their wedding video a couple times and that the pictures are enough.  This is a tough decision because I don't think it is something we will watch all the time but it may be nice to watch on anniversaries and to show our...
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | March 16, 2012
In this video, Bryan Voltaggio makes a muffaletta at his Lunchbox restaurant. The video was produced, I think, by a Georgetown men's boutique named Lost Boys. When you click on a Lost Boys link, at least on Friday, scary things start popping up on your computer. The sandwich looks good, anyway, and so does Voltaggio. Not sure about that jacket.    
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker | September 7, 2012
Distracted driving such as texting can results in thousands of lost lives each year. To prove that point the Shock Trauma Center for Injury Prevention and Policy at the University of Maryland in partnership with the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration has released this  dramatic video to show how someone's life can change in seconds. The “GET THE MESSAGE” video will now be included as part of the Maryland driver education curriculum. About 152,000 people were injured in distracted driving crashes in Maryland from 2007 to 2011 and 1,100 died.
SPORTS
October 12, 2012
Arda Ocal (@arda_ocal) of theScore Television Network and The Baltimore Sun spoke with Mick Foley (@RealMickFoley) about the new WWE video game, CM Punk, a comedy show and his books.    
FEATURES
By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2014
"Ace of Cakes" star Duff Goldman whipped up an array of rainbow-colored cakes for Katy Perry's new "Birthday" video. The founder of Charm City Cakes made confections shaped as a cat, a suit (a "birthday suit"), a Rubik's cube, a hamburger and a gift, among others, for the pop singer's video, according to People .  Perry plays a baker in the video, placing cakes on pedestals, spelling out words with candies. The lyrics to the song are written out on icing or with other sweets throughout the video.  That took a lot of close collaboration between the producers and the staff of Cakemix , Goldman's Los Angeles bakery.
FEATURES
By Wesley Case and The Baltimore Sun | July 17, 2014
Move over, Michael. It's Dukie's turn on the mic. Tristan Wilds - the actor who played Michael Lee on "The Wire" and who now performs as Mack Wilds - is not the only "Wire" alum to recently pursue a music career. Jermaine Crawford (the New York City-based actor who played Michael's classmate, Duquan "Dukie" Weems) is now a 21-year-old R&B singer. Crawford quietly released a five-song effort, "Underdog," last October. (Download it here .) And you can watch his video for the Janet Jackson-inspired single, "Janet," above.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Jake Nevins and The Baltimore Sun | July 16, 2014
Hillary Clinton's quasi-presidential-campaign-but-actually-book-tour hit "The Daily Show" with Jon Stewart Tuesday night and, as always with the scathing, satirical talk-show heavyweight, the interview did not disappoint. Jon spent a fair amount of time attempting to weasel his way into landing the much-coveted Clinton presidential announcement, and while the former secretary of state remained painstakingly coy on the matter, the host got pretty creative in his interrogative methods.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Wesley Case and The Baltimore Sun | July 16, 2014
"Can I crash on the couch for the weekend / I broke lease and I get no sleep 'cause I'm in too deep," raps the Columbia native Dunson on his new single, "Broke Ass Dope Ass Rapper. " You can watch the video above. The track - which finds Dunson rapping about the struggles to make it in the music industry - was produced by the MC and his frequent collaborators the Phatboiz. It will be featured on his forthcoming release, "Outlier" (due in September). I featured Dunson, a former Baltimore financial advisor, in my 2012 feature on city rappers on the rise . Since then, he's been featured on a single by R&B singer Chrisette Michele ( "Can the Cool Be Loved?"
NEWS
By Jordan Bartel and The Baltimore Sun | July 9, 2014
Sure, there were some big news events that happened in 1984: Ronald Regan was re-elected president, Mary Lou Retton rocked the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles and, you know, Mark Zuckerberg was born. But it was also a gigantic year for music, as Madonna, George Michael and Bruce Springsteen released now classics.  And that's the beginning. Here's 30 songs released in 1984 that defined the year. 1. "I Just Called To Say I Love You," Stevie Wonder Slightly cheesy?
ENTERTAINMENT
By Alexa Cottman-Robinson and The Baltimore Sun | July 9, 2014
When you think of rock music you probably don't think about "Super Mario Bros. " or "Space Invaders. " But a subculture of video game rock bands? Yes, it's a thing. And now that you know the bands exist, you're likely all too eager to start your own video game rock band. For your sake, we got to chat with John DeCampos a member of [Explosion Sound] (yes it's in brackets), a Baltimore-based video game rock band performing at this year's Bit Gen Gamer Fest, which holds its ninth gathering Saturday at Rams Head Live (for more information, go to bitgen.magfest.org .)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Jordan Bartel and The Baltimore Sun | July 7, 2014
The year's just a little more than half over, but that apparently was plenty of time for music to provide us with some head-scratchingly awful lyrics. Here's some of my favorite worst-of-the-worst (and often NSFW) so far. "Fancy," Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX "And my flow retarded, each beat did depart it / Swagger on stupid, I can't shop in no department. " "She Looks So Perfect," 5 Seconds of Summer "You look so perfect standing there / In my American Apparel underwear / And I know now, that I'm so down / Your lipstick stain is a work of art / I got your name tattooed in an arrow heart.
SPORTS
By Matt Vensel | April 11, 2011
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady cried in a recent interview with ESPN, but it wasn't because they told him about all the nasty things Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs said about him last season. Brady was talking about how he had to wait until the sixth round to be selected in the 2000 NFL draft and got a little emotional. Here's video of the three-time Super Bowl champion, husband of Gisele Bundchen and Ugg boots spokesman crying:
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2012
The Heavy Seas Alehouse crew posted their own "Gangnam Style" video on its You Tube page. The video went up on Wednesday and by Thursday morning it had 126 views. The video features Heavy Seas chef Matt Seeber, general manager Vince Cassino and a cast of tens. Follow Baltimore Diner on Twitter @gorelickingood  
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