No one is likely to win the Warren Buffett-backed $1 billion prize offered by Yahoo and Quicken Loans to whoever can pick a perfect NCAA bracket. But there will still be big-dollar winners after this year's tournament.
Baltimore Ravens Wide Receiver Torrey Smith partnered with Scholastic Book Fairs to transform a room at Dickey Hill Elementary/Middle School into a literary oasis for 370 students who attend the school.
Anthony Goode is the first this season from Xavier University of Louisiana to be selected Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Week in men's basketball.
Golf is big business and an industry that generates billions of dollars for the American and international economy. While research data reveals that African Americans love to play the game and support the industry by paying billions of dollars in ...
Does anyone know how to say "Did that really just happen?" in Russian? Who can predict how the women's figure skating will turn out? Who just won his record-setting 13th medal?
Baltimore, are you ready for some football? The National Football League season is over but that doesn’t mean that your hunger for football can’t be fed. On March 20, Arena Football returns to the area in the form of a ...
Going into Super Bowl XLVIII, many wondered whether black history would be made again on Sunday, February 1, 2014 at Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
Sunday night's Super Bowl was awful.
Super Bowl XLVIII started out bad for the Denver Broncos. The Seattle Seahawks made sure it got worse.
The Orioles will conduct an open tryout to find ballgirls and ballboys for the 2014 season— the team’s 60th anniversary season— at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on Saturday, March 1, 2014.
In celebration of their 60 years in Baltimore, the Orioles announced the launch of a 60th anniversary website: www.orioles.com/60. Featured on the website is a new video contest, “My Orioles Magic Moment,” inviting fans to recreate some of the amazing ...
There are two Richard Shermans.
Eccentric basketball star Dennis Rodman's bizarre outburst about an American citizen jailed in North Korea has drawn widespread criticism, including from the prisoner's family.
I believe in the merit system: rewards and kudos should go to those who earn them.
Paul Blair, the eight-time Gold Glove center fielder who helped the Baltimore Orioles win a pair of World Series titles while gliding to make catches that former teammates still marvel at more than four decades later, has died.