Baltimore Is One Step Closer to Being a Zero-Newspaper Town

It's not even possible to get mad at the Baltimore Sun now. The Baltimore Sun is a nursing home where newspapering goes to die, or to sink into terminal urine-soaked frailty and confusion. Yesterday it announced it had received the commitment papers for City Paper, the city's alternative weekly, b. 1977 – d. TK But… » 2/21/14 3:36pm 2/21/14 3:36pm

Annals Of Bullshit: The Myth Of The Myth Of Cal Ripken's Historic Home…

Twenty years ago, Oriole Park at Camden Yards brought in an era of fake history in baseball architecture. So it fits that The Baltimore Sun's roundup of the park's greatest moments would feature fake history too. For the No. 1 moment, baseball beat reporter Dan Connolly described the night Cal Ripken Jr. broke Lou… » 4/03/12 6:00pm 4/03/12 6:00pm

What It's Like To Get Fired In The Press Box

Last week, The Big Lead reported about some of the layoffs at the Baltimore Sun. One of the reporters who was fired, David Steele, recounts his personal trauma for Real Clear Sports. » 5/06/09 3:40pm 5/06/09 3:40pm