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Baltimore Brew has new update
1 day ago The Olszewski administration’s 2021 deal with Chris McCollum was as generous as it was unlawful
McCollum last week pleaded guilty to felony theft in a campaign finance scandal. But it was the extraordinary generosity shown to him by the county executive’s office that is most troubling. [Op-Ed]
The MSB (Maryland Sports Blog) has new update
1 day ago Nats Unable to Fully Flush Royals
The Washington Nationals made their first trip to Kansas City since 2016. But after winning the first two games, the Nats could not complete the sweep. The post Nats Unable to Fully Flush Royals appeared first on Marylandsportsblog.com.
The Beauty Blotter has new update
1 day ago THE ONLY WHITE JEANS YOU NEED THIS SEASON
NECKLACE | WHITE JEANS | T-SHIRT | SUNNIES | BAG | SLIDES I live in jeans year-round, so I don’t mind investing a little bit more money for a fabulous pair of jeans. Well, I have found the only white jeans you need this season. They are comfortable, and flattering and work for almost every... View Post The post THE ONLY WHITE JEANS YOU NEED THIS SEASON appeared first on The Beauty Blotter.
Baltimore Beatdown: For Baltimore Ravens Fans has new update
1 day ago Ravens could implement a variety of new kickoff strategies after new kickoff rule
Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images Expect new variety with the latest NFL kickoff rule The Ravens have been on the cutting edge of special teams for well over a decade. Under Head Coach John Harbaugh, who boasts a special teams background, the Ravens have fielded some of the best special teams players of the 21st century. They’ve also found crafty ways to gain an advantage on special teams plays, including the now banned run-out-the-clock punt play where the Ravens simply grappled their opponents. Another area you can expect the Ravens to seek an advantage on special teams is with the new kickoff rule. ARTICLE 4. PUTTING BALL IN PLAY AFTER FAIR CATCH. After a fair catch is made, or is awarded as the result of fair-catch interference, the receiving team has the option of putting the ball in play by either a: (a) fair-catch kick (drop kick or placekick without a tee) from the spot of the catch (or the succeeding spot after enforcement of any applicable penalties or rule) (3-10 and 11-4-3), or (b) snap from the spot of the catch (or the succeeding spot after enforcement of any applicable penalties), unless a player on the receiving team makes a fair catch of a free kick behind the receiving team’s 25-yard line, in which case the ball will be put in play at the receiving team’s 25-yard line.* *New rule “I think you’ll see more variety of kicks [around the NFL],” Harbaugh said on “The Rich Eisen Show.” “You’ll see more squibs. You’ll see more short high pop-ups. Try to pop the ball up short and see if they can create havoc around the ball. There will be a lot of collisions in front of the ball for that reason. You will see the ball in the ground more [jumping] around.” Harbaugh wasn’t a fan of the new rule and the Ravens were one of five teams to vote against the fair catch ruling. But since the rule passed, the Ravens will look to find an advantage off it.

Wednesday Specials in Baltimore

La Palapa Grill and Cantina
Bar & Restaurant
8307 Main Street, Ellicott City MD, 21043
$3 WEDNESDAYS
House Wines, Rails,
House Margaritas & Sangrias
7:00 PM to 2:00 AM
$1.00 Domestic Beer Bottles
10:00 PM to 2:00 AM
Howl at the Moon
Bar
22 Market Place, Baltimore MD, 21202
Ladies Night
No Cover
$1 Well Drinks
$2 Coors Light
All night for the Ladies
Sorry Guys $3 Cover

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