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High School Sports

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  • Sports and Recreation

    Sports and Recreation
    Baltimore is the center of the sports universe. We’ve got the Super Bowl champion Ravens and the suddenly super Orioles, looking for consecutive playoff berths, not to mention the MISL champion Baltimore Blast, amazing prepschool and college lacrosse, and some of the best high school and rec basketball in the country. Oh, and Baltimore is the epicenter of the single greatest form of bowling ever created. So we’ve got that going for us, which is nice. And do you remember those commercials? Maryland is apparently America in miniature. That means anything you were planning to do outdoorsy, you can do it here, but you won’t have to go as far, and since it’s in miniature, mountain climbing is way easier and our tiny bears are far less frightening. If Galileo were to draw a map representing the sports universe, it would be a bunch of balls orbiting Stephanie Rawlings-Blake riding bareback with Ray Lewis on a laser-eagle, but until he does, you can navigate the Baltimore sports and rec landscape with this handy-dandy guide.
  • Dave Zirin Presents Not Just a Game at 2640 Space March 29

    Dave Zirin isn't just another opinionated sports journalist and radio personality. The New York City native is the sports editor at The Nation, a magazine that takes its contemporary political discussion as seriously as the University of Texas and...

    Up For Debate

    Up For Debate
    Students are gathered around a long table in a research lab-turned classroom at Coppin Academy on the campus of Coppin State University. The white board is covered with formal debate rules and timing, and off to the side is a page with ideas for arguments...

    I sat with City. I live closer to Poly, but I was parked way closer to the City side, so the choice was an easy one. I don't think I'd have gone wrong either way, though.

    It's always a good day when you find another reason to love your hometown. Last Saturday at M&T Bank Stadium, I found a great one in the annual football game between the Baltimore City College Knights and the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute Engineers....

    From Baltimore to L.A. with Mike Sager, via celebrity, excess, drugs, madness,Esquire, and Rolling Stone

    Mike Sager talks like one of the guys from Barry Levinson's Diner, fast and nonstop, riffing from one thing to another. And in fact, he grew up in Pikesville, not far from where Levinson grew up, and just a few years behind him. He went from there to work...