For the November 2013 edition of Sun Magazine, we published some of the best images Sun photographers have produced that capture Baltimoreans’ cheer through the decades.
“Rough Cut” is a loose edit from The Baltimore Sun’s photographic coverage of the National Football League. Fanatic fans, marching bands, cheerleaders and lots of game action are just part of the spectacle that is the NFL. This week, photojournalist Kenneth K. Lam photographed the Ravens as they lost to the Chicago Bears 23-20 in overtime at Soldier Field in Chicago.
Seven months after it was thrust into the spotlight as a haven for corruption, corrections officials opened up the 150-year-old Baltimore City Detention Center to show improvements that they say are making the facility safer. Read the story
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The Daylight Saving change may have cut the daylight a little shorter, but it also has made for some stunning early evening skies for those after-work commutes. Take a look at the some of the memorable skyline shots from Baltimore Sun photographers throughout the years, and some reader photos of recent skies.
Sinkholes are very much in the news this week after a building partially collapsed over a sinkhole at Summer Bay Resort near Disney World in Clermont, Florida. The 40 to 60 foot sinkhole opened up under the resort building reportedly beginning late August 11 into early August 12. To explore this geological phenomenon, we took a look at some of the more notable sinkholes to form worldwide, as well as a few that made headlines in Maryland in the last 10 years.
With most high school fall sports playoffs nearing the finish, there are lots of emotions on the field – both from winners and losers – as they see their seasons come to a close. Baltimore Sun Media Group photographers saw action from many playoff games in Howard, Harford and Baltimore, Carroll and other counties last week, including soccer, field hockey, cross country, volleyball and football. The latest edition of the best of high school sports.
Seven months after she was injured in the Boston Marathon bombing, Towson preschool teacher Erika Brannock is walking again with the help of a prosthetic leg and her own will power. “You know, if you can get through this, which is one of the most horrific things that somebody can go through, you know you’re good to get through the rest of your life,” Brannock said.
While going through numerous surgeries to rebuild her nose, Linda Hershey worked at her job at Lancaster Regional Medical Center. Amid the many challenging months of physical suffering and psychological adjustment to her changing face, Hershey slipped into depression.
Story and photos by Algerina Perna. Warning: Series contains graphic content.