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Hayden Hurst’s ‘One That Got Away’ Is Still Out There

Hayden Hurst’s ‘One That Got Away’ Is Still Out There

For Baltimore magazine Standing before a group of reporters after one of the Ravens’ offseason practices yesterday, Hayden Hurst laughed and briefly looked to the sky when he heard the question. Any update on “the one that got away?” “Haven’t heard anything back,” said the 25-year-old tight end, who will begin his second pro season…

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Warts and All, Pimlico Race Course Is Venue for Enduring Memories

Warts and All, Pimlico Race Course Is Venue for Enduring Memories

Say what you want about the water pressure and the 1980s-style décor at the 149-year-old Pimlico Race Course—and both are long overdue for upgrades—it was hard not to travel around the property on a sun-splashed Saturday, Preakness Day, and not feel nostalgic, and that the race really doesn’t need to go anywhere else.

Baltimore Streetcar Museum Rebuilds After CSX Derailment

Baltimore Streetcar Museum Rebuilds After CSX Derailment

On Monday, ten days after a CSX train derailed from a span of track above Falls Road near the Baltimore Streetcar Museum—several empty freighters and a tanker dangled then slowly fell from the overpass above, destroying the power source that runs the museum’s antique streetcars, ironically, on a different line of track below—a small construction…

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Maryland’s “Bmore Guys” Welcome Us to March Madness

Maryland’s “Bmore Guys” Welcome Us to March Madness

With one emphatic and timely two-handed dunk, Mount Saint Joseph’s alum and Maryland freshman forward Jalen Smith officially let us know Thursday that March Madness is here for the next few weeks. Breathe it in: The Terps advanced to the NCAA men’s basketball tournament’s round of 32 with a dramatic 79-77 win over Belmont University,…

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