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Courant Film CriticMichael Mann opens ``Ali" with an invigorating burst of music and images, bouncing through the early years of Cassius Clay, as a surrogate Sam Cooke rocks out ``(Don't Fight It) Feel It" and Will Smith rockets through a fusillade on a speed bag. With...
Sun ReporterIn one of the most stunning upsets in recent boxing history, Baltimore's Hasim "The Rock" Rahman toppled world heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis last night. His left eye swollen from an early hit by Lewis, Rahman suddenly landed a mighty right cross on...
Sun StaffGLEN BURNIE - L'il George is sagging. No one at ringside is surprised to hear that he once weighed 320 pounds, because he's all sagging pecs and dripping abs now, his flesh like pudding, his belly below his belt. He weighs 262, not an inch of it firm....
Sun StaffWe've compiled a list of 10 of the best sports bars/restaurants in the Baltimore metropolitan area from which to view all the Baltimore sporting action, from Preakness to the Orioles. So whether you're looking for a relaxed atmosphere or a place where...
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The Associated PressRap mogul Russell Simmons is among those being honored as "Father of the Year" by the National Father's Day Committee. The committee selected Simmons and six others for their work as professionals and parents. The awards will be presented June 7 in...
It's the early 1950s, and John Grobofski is a lanky 16-year-old but his arms do not tire easily as he pushes a broom across the oil-soaked pine floors at William Pryms Inc. The reckless summer days he spent swimming up a factory spillway running along...
Courant Staff WriterGeorge Foreman was a middle-aged man in 1994 when he laced up his boxing gloves, climbed into the ring with a fighter young enough to be his son, and delivered a ferocious punch 10 rounds later to reclaim his title as Heavyweight Champion of the World....
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday October 25, 1996 In addition to everything else he was and stood for, Muhammad Ali in his prime was a potent, prodigious talker with a genius for the playful and the poetic. More charismatic than most actors, his presence alone makes "When We...
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