Apr 28 4:34pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
First pitch, broadcast info, starting pitchers, lineups and what to watch in the Orioles' game against the Yankees.
Apr 28 4:00pm BaltimoreBaseball.com
We had another excellent competition for our “Prep Ballplayer of the Week,” honor, with it ultimately going to Annapolis Area Christian’s Andrew Sowinski. The sophomore left-hander stuck out 12 batters and allowed three hits in six innings as part of a 14-0 victory over Friends School of Baltimore last week. It’s Sowinski’s first nomination and […] The post Sowinski wins ‘Prep Ballplayer’ award appeared first on BaltimoreBaseball.com.
Apr 28 2:30pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
The first of the Ravens’ three picks on day two of the draft is at No. 47 overall. That’s the 15th pick in this round so here are 15 thoughts on yesterday, tonight and the Ravens going forward. 1. This is strictly my opinion, and not based on anything I’ve heard, but I think the ideal scenario...
Apr 28 2:18pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Just about no one saw the Ravens drafting Alabama cornerback Marlon Humphrey at No. 16. Except Sun columnist Mike Preston. While many of the pundits expected the Ravens to pick an Alabama player due to GM Ozzie Newsome’s connection to the school, most were focused on Jonathan Allen, OJ Howard and...
Apr 28 12:56pm Dining Dish
The popular supper club that originated in Richmond, Va. and later expanded into the Mid-Atlantic will make its return to Maryland. On May 22, Underground Kitchen, the ultra-luxe, super-secret, pop-up dining society featuring buzzed about chefs, unconventional locations, and tickets that routinely sell out within minutes, comes to Baltimore/Stevenson.Read the full story and watch the slideshow at my Dara Cooks blog at Baltimore Post Examiner.
Apr 28 12:54pm Technical.ly Baltimore
CEO Mike McDevitt talked about the company's founding, and what sets it apart in the meal delivery space.
Apr 28 12:27pm Technical.ly Baltimore
The ETC-based company is teaming up with Pitney Bowes to help retailers get products out the door.
Apr 28 12:07pm BaltimoreBaseball.com
Curt Casali fits the role of big brother perfectly. First, there’s the size difference: He’s 6-foot-2, 230 pounds, while his younger brother, Andrew, is 6-foot, 185. Then the age: Curt, 28, is seven years older than Andrew. And the field positions: Curt Casali plays the ultimate, big-brother baseball part, catcher, while Andrew, the middle child […] The post College Corner: From UMBC to Durham, the Casali brothers’ bond remains strong appeared first on BaltimoreBaseball.com.
Apr 28 12:00pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
One of the things we learned: The Ravens are on an island with the Marlon Humphrey pick.
Apr 28 10:30am Annapolis Experience Blog
Lamppost Influenced Streetscape Click on Photograph to Enlarge Let me begin today’s blog post by referencing the first word in its title, stillness. Yes my early morning walk on School Street brought with it a notable sense of stillness for there was not a vehicle, nor even a pedestrian, in sight or to be Click on the following link to read the complete post Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Stillness of the Early Morning on School Street • Friday April 28th 2017...
Apr 28 8:33am Baltimore Sports Report
It’s going to be a tight series between the Capitals and Penguins. Pittsburgh bested Washington in game one, Sidney Crosby scored twice. Jab and Zach give their take on last night’s 3-2 loss and talk about the Baltimore Ravens drafting Alabama CB Marlon Humphrey in the first round of last night’s NFL Draft. Tune in […] The post Baltimore Sports Today: Capitals Drop Game 1, Ravens Draft CB Marlon Humphrey appeared first on Baltimore Sports Report.
Apr 28 8:13am Technical.ly Baltimore
It's during the Baltimore Hackathon on Saturday at Impact Hub.
Apr 28 8:00am minxeats - recipes, recaps, and restaurant reviews
It's hard to believe that 15 years ago, there was precious little in Harbor East besides a few restaurants and the Marriott Hotel. The Minx and I would venture down there occasionally for dinner at Roy's Hawaiian Fusion or Charleston, but most of the area was parking lots and office buildings. It wasn't long, however, before the area was transformed into a destination spot for shopping and dining. And now with the towering edifices of the Legg Mason building and the Four Seasons Hotel. the Marriott seems tucked away like a cozy corner table in a large restaurant. One might forget that the hotel has an expansive, modern restaurant with an impressive view of the Harbor.During Light City Baltimore, we were invited to the Marriott's restaurant, Appropoe's, to sample some of their cuisine and take in some of the flashy sights going on in the Harbor. We were more than happy to accept.We decided to order four items that might represent a cross-section of the menu. From the appetizers section, we ordered the jumbo lump crab cake with corn relish, wilted spinach, micro sorrel greens, and tarragon aioli. You can also order two crab cakes as an entree, but this cake is quite large and filling unto itself. The cake is mildly seasoned, allowing the natural crab flavor to come through, while the tarragon aioli is a nice touch for the relish.Burgers are always a go-to meal for people who might be dropping in after work for a cocktail and the Marriott burger is a solid choice. The patty is thick and luscious with crisp strips of smoked bacon, melted cheddar, lettuce, tomato, and red onion to round out the flavor and texture profile. Also, it's served on a proper hamburger bun rather than a brioche bun that usually dissolves in your hands, leaving you holding a pile of meat and condiments. Herb fries are a great side as well.From the pizza options we chose the white crab pizza because...Baltimore. The crust is coated with a tasty pesto and topped with gooey fontina cheese, Old Bay seasoning, and giant chunks of crab. The crust is crispy around the edge and has a nice chew in the middle.The Minx and I are quite fond of wedge salads and Apropoe's has one of the prettiest we've ever seen. A small head of baby iceberg lettuce is sliced in half and set side by side. Then blue cheese dressing is applied and equal stripes of Nueske's applewood smoked bacon, finely chopped egg, and...
Apr 28 7:56am BroadwayWorld.com Belgium Stories
BroadwayWorld presents a comprehensive weekly roundup of regional stories around our Broadway World, which include videos, editor spotlights, regional reviews and more. This week, we feature a Spanish adaptation of IN THE HEIGHTS in Washington, DC, HERE LIES LOVE at Seattle Rep, and WEST SIDE STORY in Los Angeles, just to name a few. Check out our top features below!...
Apr 28 7:55am Sports - baltimoresun.com
Several weeks ago, the Ravens were confident they could find a pass rusher in the second round and possibly the third, and we'll find out tonight on the second day of the draft. The Ravens filled a need Thursday night when they selected Alabama cornerback Marlon Humphrey. Some believe the Ravens...
Apr 28 7:00am BaltimoreBaseball.com
FIP! BABIP! Either we’ve stumbled into the old Batman TV show, or it’s time for another edition of “Stats All, Folks.” This is a season-long series that examines the sabermetric side of baseball, giving a primer on advanced statistics and what they mean. I took a look at WAR in the previous installment. For this […] The post Stats All, Folks: What, in the holy name of Batman, is FIP and BABIP? appeared first on BaltimoreBaseball.com.
Apr 28 7:00am Sports - baltimoresun.com
Wide receivers, pass rushers, inside linebackers and offensive linemen the team could target...
Apr 28 5:00am Sports - baltimoresun.com
By now you know the basics about Marlon Humphrey, the Ravens' top draft pick. The cornerback, taken No. 16 overall Thursday night, is big, fast and aggressive. He comes from Alabama, same as 2014 first-round selection C.J. Mosley. He's also a former track star, the son of a Crimson Tide legend...
Apr 27 11:21pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
In 21 seasons the Ravens have had 21 first-round picks. Some were massive successes. Some, not so much.
Apr 27 11:20pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Right-hander allows six runs - four earned - in outing for High-A Frederick...
Apr 27 10:59pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
I have no problem with the Ravens' selection of Alabama cornerback Marlon Humphrey as the No. 16 overall pick in the NFL draft. Most of the so-called experts had him as the second best corner after Ohio State’s Marshon Lattimore. He has good size (6 feet, 195 pounds) and speed, reportedly running...
Apr 27 10:38pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
T.J. Onwuanibe known as the kid with the football at Children's National Hospital in Washington. On Thursday night, he became known as the kid who announced the Ravens' first-round NFL draft pick with a fist pump. Given the chance to announce his favorite team's top overall pick in Philadelphia,...
Apr 27 9:58pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
How our experts view the Ravens' first-round pick: Jeff Zrebiec, reporter: The Ravens weren't kidding when they said this offseason that they wanted to upgrade their secondary You can never have enough cornerbacks, but there were better fits out there. I would have taken any of Humphrey's three...
Apr 27 9:58pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
The Ravens hadn’t taken a cornerback in the first three rounds in five straight drafts, a fact team officials attributed to their insistence on sticking to their board and selecting the best player available. With cornerbacks at a premium in the pass-happy NFL, they’ve gone far earlier in recent...
Apr 27 9:10pm MarylandReporter.com
An earthquake, and then a flood, forced officials to repair a parking lot retaining wall in hilly Ellicott City. Howard County’s innovative repair job did more than restore the wall — it netted the community an architecturally designed staircase, showy native gardens, a waterfall, less stormwater pollution of the Patapsco River and a BUBBA.
Apr 27 8:28pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
Notre Dame Prep's girls lacrosse team had a couple of leads on No. 1 McDonogh on Thursday, but once the Eagles kicked their offense into gear, they continued their record-book roll. Visiting McDonogh broke out of a one-goal deficit late in the first half to score seven straight times for a 9-4...
Apr 27 7:56pm Stories Beneath the Shell
By Jess Feldman Students joined for an evening of poetry, spoken word and essays April 26, to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month and LGBTQ+ Pride Month April 26 in Stamp’s Atrium. Queer and Asian American Monologues, put together by the Multicultural Involvement and Community Advocacy (MICA), brought people of all identifications together in a welcoming, comfortable […]...
Apr 27 7:37pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
NO. 3 MCDONOGH (10-2) @ NO. 2 BOYS' LATIN (9-2) When: Friday, 4:15 p.m. Coaches: Andy Hilgartner, McDonogh; Brian Farrell, Boys' Latin KEY PLAYERS TO WATCH McDonogh: Jack Parr, Sr., A; Griffin Catlett, Jr., M; Chris Smith, Jr., D Boys' Latin: Chris Brandau, Jr., G; Jake Glatz, Sr., FO/M; Matt Bradaur,...
Apr 27 2:32pm Stories Beneath the Shell
By Ana Hurler Members of the University of Maryland community discussed how race relates to pop culture, scholarship and representation at the 4th annual Parren J. Mitchell Symposium in the Stamp Colony Ballroom on Wednesday. The symposium was organized to honor the late Maryland Congressman Parren J. Mitchell. Mitchell became the first African-American to attend […]...
Apr 27 1:40pm Annapolis Experience Blog
Queen Anne & Italianate Style Influences from Above Click on Photograph to Enlarge The sunshine had finally returned to Annapolis, albeit a bit slowly early this morning, so I set off for photographs and coffee, not necessarily in that order. Over a year ago I had inadvertently acquired a protege who seemed to follow Click on the following link to read the complete post Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • An Abundance of Circa 1880 Architectural Details and Craftsmanship Accented with Period Colors • Thursday April 27th 2017...
Apr 27 1:02pm BaltimoreBaseball.com
SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCASTS HERE iTunes / Google Play John Wasdin is in his first year as the Orioles’ minor league pitching coordinator – and his first year as a minor league coordinator for any organization. But the 44-year-old knows plenty about pitching. A former first-rounder of the Oakland A’s in 1993 out of Florida […] The post Minor League Podcast: New coordinator John Wasdin discusses his coaching philosophy and developing young arms appeared first on BaltimoreBaseball.com.
Apr 27 12:59pm Technical.ly Baltimore
The university is doubling down on efforts to provide space for startups to launch and grow in Baltimore.
Apr 27 12:28pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Various thoughts about the Ravens and what they might do with the 16th overall pick tonight.
Apr 27 12:01pm The Maryland Crabs Podcast
Hello America, we have a heroin and opioid problem. That should be news to no-one. But do you really know how bad it is? Or how bad it can get? This week we talk with Angel Traynor who is a recovering addict who hit her rock bottom several years ago after losing her home, business, family, and friends. After she spent time in and out of prison. But now, her story, combined with her actions is truly making a difference in the lives of those affected by heroin and opioid addiction. We talk about her experience, her new passion in Serenity Sistas, the programs in place to help those in need and the ever-growing statistics that are plaguing Maryland! How You Can Help: Attend Hoops For Hope on Sunday April 30th at AACC and cheer on the cops or the recovering addicts as they battle it out on the basketball court! Stop by Chevy's Fresh Mex on Wednesday May 3rd, to grab a bite to eat. Burritos for Beds is an initiative of the Samaritan House, and Chevy's will be serving up breakfast from 7-10am Resources: Serenity Sistas Prevent Substance Abuse Samaritan House Recovery Anne Arundel Not My Child Resource Kit We referenced a previous episode with Anne Arundel County State's Attorney Wes Adams a few times in this podcast. Here is a direct link to his episode! Thank you to everyone who wrote with suggestions for upcoming episodes. We are on it. Hey, before you zone out---do us a favor. Head over to Apple Podcasts (formerly iTunes), Google Play or wherever you listen to us and leave us a rating and if you have time a comment. Not only does it elevate (or shatter) our egos, it really helps with getting the word out about this podcast. Thanks! Looking ahead--Travis Pastrana, Congressman John Sarbanes, St. John's College President Chris Nelson, the new developers of Crystal Spring ...now known as Providence Point, a chat with the sponsor of the USS Sioux City--one of the Navy's newest battleships and much more! BIG NEWS: We are on Stitcher Radio now too. See you can't turn around without finding a place to catch The Maryland Crabs OLD NEWS: We are now on the app tunein. So if you use tunein...well... tune in. As an added bonus, if you have an Amazon Echo---you can say Alexa, play The Maryland Crabs Podcast and she will fetch the latest episode from tunein. How cool is that? We are now on iHeartRADIO! So if you listen to iHeartRADIO, you can...
Apr 27 11:14am Sports - baltimoresun.com
Though the Orioles were thrown out twice on the base paths in their 5-4 extra-inning win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday night, manager Buck Showalter liked the aggressiveness his team showed.
Apr 27 11:08am Technical.ly Baltimore
The Tuesday event closed out the Baltimore chapter's two-month accelerator.
Apr 27 8:00am Baltimore SNAP
April 22, 2017 – Single Carrot Theatre (& Surrounding Environs)...
Apr 27 8:00am minxeats - recipes, recaps, and restaurant reviews
The weather is warming up and most folks would probably rather spend time doing fun things with the family than cooking. So during the month of May, Keystone Meats will celebrate National Beef Month with the Beef Up Family Time recipe contest. Throughout the month, Keystone fans are invited to enter by submitting their favorite beef recipe on Facebook or online. All dishes must use Keystone Beef and take 30 minutes or less to make. We've tried Keystone Beef before and were impressed with the quality and flavor. I never thought I would embrace canned meat, but hey, I like tuna salad and that's technically made with canned meat. We plan to enter and already have a couple of recipes in mind.There are three contest categories (5 ingredients or less, family tradition, lighter meals) but only one winner. The prize? A year's worth of Keystone Meats.Enter at https://keystonemeats.com/beef-up-family-time-recipe-contest/ or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/keystonemeats/app/247578258730350/.The deadline is May 31st, 2017.To learn more about Keystone Meats, visit https://keystonemeats.com/ or follow and vote on Facebook @KeystoneMeats.* Any products in this post that are mentioned by name may have been provided to Minxeats by the manufacturer. However, all opinions belong to Minxeats. Amazon links earn me $! Please buy! Posted on Minxeats.com.
Apr 27 7:00am BaltimoreBaseball.com
Yes, Dylan Bundy’s fastball velocity was down Wednesday night during the Orioles’ 5-4, 11th inning win. And that can make a fan base nervous. Because this is Bundy, who is finally healthy and pitching the way everyone expected him to when the Orioles selected him with the fourth pick overall in 2011. And that Bundy, […] The post Bundy’s not worried about velocity dip (and other O’s thoughts: Crazy play, O’Day, Rickard, Fry) appeared first on BaltimoreBaseball.com.
Apr 27 7:00am Sports - baltimoresun.com
With the 16th pick in the first round, the Baltimore Ravens … Jeff Zrebiec, reporter: Select Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan. Ravens fans rejoice as Ozzie Newsome gets that coveted target for Joe Flacco and selects the draft's top route runner. Mike Preston, columnist: Select Marlon Humphrey,...
Apr 27 5:00am Sports - baltimoresun.com
Team praised for its approach, but second-day results have been spotty.
Apr 27 12:17am High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
Jenna Matulonis worked both sides of the pitching circle to help host Northeast upset No. 4 Severna Park, 5-3, in softball Wednesday. Matulonis went seven innings, gave up three runs on six hits, walked five and struck out seven for the win. Offensively, she went 2-for-3 with two RBIs. The Eagles...
Apr 26 11:44pm Welcome to Baltimore, Hon!
Why a monument to a 16th Century German cleric stands in East Baltimore...
Apr 26 11:44pm Baltimore Sports Report
Let’s set the clocks back a year. The Capitals and the Penguins meet once again in the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. We discuss the first round series win against the Leafs. Plus we preview the upcoming series with the Penguins. The post What The Puck Episode 173 – Capitals vs Penguins II appeared first on Baltimore Sports Report.
Apr 26 11:32pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Tampa Bay had taken 4-3 lead in top of inning after escaping early 3-0 hole...
Apr 26 10:15pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
Even on a night when South Carroll didn’t play one of its better games, the visiting Cavaliers still had enough of everything to outlast an inspired Century team, 9-8, Wednesday. South Carroll had to fight to the end to subdue Century on senior night as attackman Sam Crossman scored four goals....
Apr 26 9:29pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Pitcher allows two runs over 6 1/3 innings against Rays, has 1.65 ERA for the season...
Apr 26 7:34pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
Falcons hang on in clash with Bulldogs...
Apr 26 5:52pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
In recalling his earliest memories of Jonathan Schoop - and how far he has come since then - manager Buck Showalter remembers being struck by the second baseman's frame.
Apr 26 2:56pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
First pitch, broadcast info, starting pitchers, lineups and what to watch in the Orioles' game against the Rays.
Apr 26 1:33pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Juan Dixon returned to his roots Wednesday - literally. Shortly after being introduced as the new men's basketball coach at Coppin State, the former Maryland star reflected on a moment long before he even played the game.
Apr 26 12:58pm Technical.ly Baltimore
Shantell Roberts and the SIDS-fighting Portable Alternative Crib were among nine ventures that pitched at the accelerator's finale on Tuesday night.
Apr 26 12:57pm Technical.ly Baltimore
The worldwide hackathon's local site is at the Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel.
Apr 26 12:03pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Jerry Rice isn't the only star in the history of the 16th pick. But the pick has also been home to many a bust - some high-profile and some simply forgotten.
Apr 26 12:00pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
The O's are somehow getting the job done despite a struggling offense and an injured ace and closer.
Apr 26 11:45am Stories Beneath the Shell
By Lynsey Jeffery The Fuse 47 apartment complex fire on Berwyn House Road in College Park continues to burn in contained “hot spots,” according to Prince George’s County Fire Department Public Information Officer Mark Brady. The College Park City Council held its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday evening, where City Manager Scott Somers gave […]...
Apr 26 11:30am Annapolis Experience Blog
Late 19th Century Italianate Architecture Click on Photograph to Enlarge Annapolis is expected to experience a couple of partially sunny spring days both tomorrow and Friday, however today is going to be mostly overcast as the City drys out from all the recent rain. Fortunately I didn’t have any photo shoots or presentations scheduled Click on the following link to read the complete post Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Circa 1880 Theodore Monroe House on an Overcast Spring Morning • Wednesday April 26th 2017...
Apr 26 11:15am Technical.ly Baltimore
The tech policy expert and author is looking to challenge Gov. Larry Hogan next year.