15 years later, Drew Nicholas reflects on game-winning shot

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When it left his hand, he didn’t just think he had missed. He thought he had missed everything.

The Sun newsroom to undergo reorganization, but some details remain unclear

The Sun’s N. Calvert Street headquarters. Image via Wikimedia Commons.

The newsrooms in the Baltimore Sun Media Group are going through a company-wide reorganization that will integrate teams of reporters, photographers and social media personnel, according to a memo released today and obtained by the Baltimore Fishbowl.

Baltimore’s Virtual Supermarket program expands to 14th location

Lisa Jones, left, with her groceries, talks to neighborhood food advocate Robert Singletary in 2014. Photo by Stephen Babcock.

Since a new location opening we covered in 2015, a Baltimore program doubled the number of locations offering online grocery ordering in areas that lack supermarkets or healthy food offerings.

Craft beer bar chain Growler USA coming to Hampden’s Rotunda

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Craft beer bar chain Growler USA is moving in at The Rotunda shopping center in North Baltimore.

Orioles still have decisions before roster can be finalized

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By Rich Dubroff

SARASOTA, Fla. — The Orioles’ final Grapefruit League game is just seven days away, and there are still many roster decisions to be made.

Animal Collective announces ‘Sung Tongs’ tour, including D.C. date

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After playing their acclaimed outsider folk album “Sung Tongs” to mark the 21st anniversary of the music site Pitchfork, Animal Collective members Dave Portner and Noah Lennox are taking the show on the road.

The sporting world salutes UMBC’s brief, historic Cinderella run

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A pithy banner hanging on the University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s campus sums it up well: “Number one seeds: 135-1. We’re the 1.”