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The first degree murder charge has been dropped in the case of the Fourth of July Inner Harbor stabbing, according to court records. A charge of second-degree murder and a count of possession of a dangerous weapon with the intent to injure are still being...
Summer may be winding down, but there are still plenty of opportunities to enjoy an evening of outdoor music. What’s better is that there are also plenty of opportunities to do this without spending any money. Many local concert series run through...
Tags: Colorado, Human Interest, Music Industry
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen singer-songwriter Jeff Swope decided to make an album, he could have followed the conventional path of spending hours in a studio. Instead, he's literally phoning it in. Swope is taking advantage of the mobile software revolution to plug, play and...
Tags: Maryland, Patsy Cline, Sony Corp., Brad Paisley, Music Industry
There will be 15 -- Orlando Freedom back out -- teams participating at the Florida Premier 7s passing tournament at the ESPN Wide World of Sports starting today (July 17) and running through Tuesday (July 19). The last day will serve as a single-...
Tags: Booker T. Washington, Orlando, Winter Park, Florida, Miramar
South Florida Sun-SentinelFlorida Atlantic is assured at least four TV games this fall, and possibly more, depending if the Owls are in contention late in the season. The Sun Belt released its TV schedule Monday as part of Media Days. FAU's Sept. 10 game at Michigan State will...
Tags: Defense, Television Industry, Entertainment, Memphis, Louisville
He describes his art as stylized realism, because of its unique ability to express luminous detail, while capturing reality. His works record the natural world, through acrylic paintings of landscapes, flora and fauna. Jim Salem, a native of Vinco,...
Tags: Arts, Florida, Painting, Pennsylvania, Indiana
Tribune criticDay 2 of the Pitchfork Music Festival in Union Park is at an end, with another sell-out Saturday. Here’s how it went down, with reports from me (GK), my hard-working colleague Bob Gendron (BG) and video and editing from Kevin Pang. 12:48 p.m....
email@example.comFundraising efforts to secure a mountaintop site associated with the Civil War Battle of Monterey Pass received a major boost last week when a Washington Township, Pa., resident offered a $30,000 donation. Battlefield preservationists and the...
Anchor/ReporterOne man is biking fifteen hundred miles for two causes; and this week he's going through our hometowns. Mark Maund is biking from New York City to Alabama and is riding Route 11 through our hometowns. He started at ground zero in honor of his friend...
Tags: Human Interest, New York City
Sentinel Staff WriterMelbourne Holy Trinity safety Marcus Maye committed to the Florida Gators on Monday during an on-campus visit. His Facebook status following his commitment read, "Thank God." Maye (6-1, 195) is a small-school player but his dominance during offseason...
LANSING — Michigan continues to rank below average on some key economic measures for child well-being compared to other states, according to a report to be released Wednesday. The state ranked 30th overall in state-by-state rankings in the annual...
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