Ceremonial Sumo Tournament or Honozumo took place at the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo, Japan. Sumo is a full contact form of wrestling in which the purpose is to force your opponent out a circular ring. Sumo is considered a form of martial arts in Japan. Sumo is a professional sports in Japan.
By the turn of the 20th century, a “little Eden” had sprouted three miles north of downtown on Harford Road, The Baltimore Sun reported. Years later, the paper noted that “a hamlet set in the wilderness” had sprung to the south. In those early days, the neighborhoods of Hamilton and Lauraville were sprawling, suburban communities that stood in contrast to city life.
Earthquake wreaks havoc on Chile roads, Obama speaks on Ft. Hood, struggle for survival in the Amazon | April 3
An 8.2-magnitude earthquake has wreaked havoc on roads in Chile, Obama speaks on the recent Ft. Hood shooting, documenting the struggle for survival in the Amazon and more.
The Sith Lord, or at least an unnamed protester dressed up as him who has often been seen on Kiev’s Independence Square during the winter protests flanked by his loyal Stormtroopers, announced he was running for president as the official candidate of the Ukrainian Internet Party (UIP). Ukraine is holding a snap presidential election on May 25, 2014 after parliament ousted pro-Moscow leader Viktor Yanukovych following months of protests.
A sample of raw (uncropped, unedited) images from the Marriotts Ridge vs. Atholton baseball game at Atholton High School in Columbia on Wednesday, April 2.
It may not be the case for Washington D.C. just yet (give it just a couple more days), but the cherry blossoms are in full bloom in Tokyo.
The Japanese Meteorological Agency tracked the Sakura (cherry blossom front) northward last week, peaking in Tokyo on March 30. Thousands of people have gathered across Tokyo to take part in ‘Hanami’ (Flower-viewing parties) the centuries old tradition of picnicking under a blooming Sakura tree. The blossoming begins in Okinawa in January and moves north through February peaking in Kyoto and Tokyo at the end of March and lasts just over a week.
A french polar bear, trash people, protests in Venezuela, Chilean earthquake and tsunami, pilots strike | April 2
A french polar bear, trash people, protests in Venezuela, Chilean earthquake and tsunami, pilots strike, and more in today’s daily brief.
Why let the Ravens have all the fun? Here’s a ‘rough cut’ of 101 raw (uncropped, unedited) images from the Howard vs. Centennial boys lacrosse game Tuesday, April 1.
Thousands of people who evacuated Chile’s low-lying coastal areas returned home on Wednesday morning after authorities called off a tsunami alarm as damage from a massive overnight earthquake seemed mostly limited.