Author: Corey McLaughlin

Lust for Life

Lust for Life

“Life is so interesting, isn’t it?,” says 97-year-old Lois Blum Feinblatt. She should know. In 1966, when most women her age were stay-at-home moms, she was already a trailblazer, working in Baltimore’s department of welfare, where she screened every couple in the city who was interested in adopting a child.

Ravens Tight End Hayden Hurst Shares His Journey With Anxiety and Depression

Ravens Tight End Hayden Hurst Shares His Journey With Anxiety and Depression

From BaltimoreMagazine.com (Dec. 20, 2018): Five years ago, long before he became what he is today—a rookie tight end with the Baltimore Ravens—Hayden Hurst stood alone on the elevated dirt of a pitcher’s mound in Bradenton, FL, the center of attention, as a 6-foot-5 hard-throwing major league pitching prospect making his first-ever spring training start.…

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Big Market Trends

Big Market Trends

I’m managing editor of Big Market Trends, a free investment newsletter written by world-renowned technical analyst J.C. Parets. The newsletter has more than 25,000 subscribers and provides a unique blend of market commentary and personality, and the opportunity for subscribers to purchase premium investment products and services.

Mind’s Eye

Mind’s Eye

Originally appeared in the November 2017 issue of Baltimore magazine On Valentine’s Day 1961, his mother sat near the foot of his hospital bed and the light was almost gone. “Son,” the doctor had told him a day earlier, “you’re going to be blind tomorrow.” Sandy Greenberg was just 20 when he first heard those…

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More Than Meets the Buckeye

More Than Meets the Buckeye

Originally appeared in March 2017 issue of US Lacrosse magazine Eric Fannell’s reputation — intimidating, aloof, with the lore of an unseen Canadian talent — preceded him. And in some ways, people were right about him. The kid dressed in all black and wore his hat low, covering a buzz cut. He kept answers about…

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On The Ropes

On The Ropes

Originally published in Baltimore magazine It’s near dusk on a weekday in late summer, and at 1901 Pennsylvania Avenue in West Baltimore that means work is about to begin. Dozens of kids and a few adults, too, will soon arrive at the Upton Boxing Center to train, spar, and take in the advice that coach…

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Bill Belichick | Overtime with Paul Carcaterra

Bill Belichick | Overtime with Paul Carcaterra

Originally published on LaxMagazine.com The New England Patriots’ Bill Belichick is one of the greatest football coaches in American history. He’s also one of lacrosse’s biggest fans. From growing up in Annapolis, Md., to playing the game at Phillips Andover Academy and Wesleyan University in Connecticut, to his pro football coaching stops in New York,…

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Heart on the Line

Heart on the Line

Originally published in Baltimore magazine: The digital clock in the studio reads 11:45 and it’s Friday night, which means it’s time for Fran Lane to entertain her longest-tenured caller, a happily married, 59-year-old Annapolis college professor who goes by The Captain. Each week for the past 22 years, give or take a rare miss, The…

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Casey Carroll’s Homecoming Season

Casey Carroll’s Homecoming Season

Originally published in Lacrosse Magazine: Casey Carroll would rather it not be about him. Plenty of Army Rangers and other military personnel continue to put their lives at stake in Iraq or Afghanistan or somewhere else where there’s a threat to the U.S. And there are 43 other members of the Duke men’s lacrosse team,…

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