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SunSpot StaffMaryland punter Brooks Barnard, a Ray Guy Award finalist, returns for his senior season. Barnard is the Terps' leader in career (43.9 yards), single-season (44.7) and single-game (53.8) punting averages. Barnard, who starred locally at Broadneck High in...
Sun StaffAt the beginning of the 1977 miniseries "Roots," the father of Kunta Kinte takes his baby out under the African sky and holds the infant high beneath a stunning canopy of stars. "Behold," he says, "the only thing greater than yourself." Last week, the...
Metromix.comThe news that CBS is planning to destroy Chicago really should not be taken as a sign of frustration with the network's underperforming Windy City station, WBBM-Ch. 2. There is nothing subliminal whatsoever to be read in the upcoming disaster movie...
Knight Ridder-TribuneYou don't have to prowl the Atlantic in a swordfishing boat to find a monster wave. Four days before Halloween last year, a buoy 600 miles west of Eureka, Calif., recorded some of the biggest waves ever measured on the government's network of sensors --...
Tim McGill is a member of the WGN TV Weather Center team that provides CLTV it's 24 hour weather on the 1's. Tim is the weather director at CLTV and has been with the station since their debut in 1993. Tim is the first meteorologist in Chicago to earn...
Tribune staff reporterBADLANDS/WIND CAVE NATIONAL PARKS, S.D.--In countries where the peculiarities of nature inspire fits of whimsy, the outstanding features of sites like Badlands and Wind Cave National Parks most likely would bear fanciful names. Castles of the Wind....
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