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baltimoresun If this 1980 photo of #daffodils at Rash Field doesn't scream springtime in #Baltimore, we don't know what does. (File photo from George Cook, #BaltimoreSun) 5d

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baltimoresun It's no surprise, but Michael Phelps has now spelled it out: He's aiming to swim at the 2016 Olympics.

Here, Michael Phelps prepares to enter the pool prior to swimming laps during a practice session, Wednesday, April 15, 2015, in Mesa, Ariz. The 18-time Olympic champion will compete in the Area Pro Swim Series today after serving a six-month suspension for DUI. (AP Photo/Matt York)
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baltimoresun This is Cliff Long, who will be the emcee of the upcoming Privateer Festival which will be held in #FellsPoint. He is standing on Thames Street, dressed as an 1820s era "crimp," which was a professional kidnapper who drugged and captured men who would be taken onto ships and used as crew. This was referred to as "Shanghaiing," and was a common practice in #Baltimore. (Barbara Haddock Taylor/#BaltimoreSun) 5d

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baltimoresun Opening Day smooch? #Orioles center fielder Adam Jones kisses his son, Zaniyah, before taking the field against the Blue Jays on Opening Day at Camden Yards. Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun 1w

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baltimoresun Look who came out to Camden Yards for #Orioles Opening Day. 1w

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baltimoresun Meet the #Orioles 2015 Opening Day roster. 1w

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baltimoresun How many of you are out here either at the ballpark or elsewhere downtown? Tag us in your best photos for a chance to be featured here. #OPACY #orioles #oriolepark 1w

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baltimoresun Couldn't make it to Opening Day at OPACY? Come hang out anyway. Snapchat: baltsunsnaps 1w

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  •   ask626 Just got my hat and t-shirt from you guys! Thanks 1w

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baltimoresun It's that time of year again. 1w

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baltimoresun Theeeeeey're baaaaaaack: Steve Pearce (28) slides into home plate against Tampa Bay Rays catcher Rene Rivera (44) during the eighth on at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. (Dirk Shadd/Tampa Bay Times/TNS) 2w

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baltimoresun Play ball? Bocce, that is. Bridget Kelly, Frank Marcantoni, Gianni Andracchio and Scott Altpeter play bocce at D'Alessandro #Bocce courts on Stiles Street. (Jerry Jackson/#BaltimoreSun) #baltimore 2w

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baltimoresun A young pedestrian runs pass art mural of Billie Holiday titled "Lady Day Rises Over Baltimore" by artist Bridget Cimino 1813 E. Pratt Street. The art, located at the 200 block of S. Durham Street where Holiday lived as a young girl, are part of the Billie Holiday Arts Project in 2013. Today is what would have been Holiday's 100th birthday. Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun 2w

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baltimoresun The Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey's elephants turn on to Eutaw Street and head to the Lexington Market. One of Baltimore's most wonderful traditions, "Lunch With the Elephants." Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey's mighty pachyderms having lunch at Lexington Market in front of a crowd of people that came to watch. Lloyd Fox/Baltimore Sun 3w
  •   jennmarino Horrific 3w
  •   thefunkhouser Horrible. Change your caption. 3w
  •   wscarcella I feel so sorry for these animals. 2018 can't get here soon enough. 3w
  •   dclynn So sad. Please take this down. There is a reason that Ringling is phasing out the use of elephants: it is cruel and inhumane. In years past, this may have been a beloved tradition, but we certainly know better now. 2w
  •   wickedscorp27 Dang. Those elephants look so sad w their heads hung walking like they're on a chain gang. 2w
  •   baltimoreagent The Ringling Brothers = The Bullying Brothers. This animal cruelty machine/corp should not be allowed in the state. 2w

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baltimoresun A mother walks her baby carriage along #FederalHill and is framed by a sculpture at the American Visionary Arts Museum in Baltimore. @lloyd1fox, #BaltimoreSun 3w

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baltimoresun LANVALE STREET, THEN AND NOW: January 1966 and March 2015, rowhouses on Lanvale Street are seen looking west from Green Mount Cemetery, photos by Robert F. Kniesche and Jerry Jackson. Full photos on @retrobaltimore .com 4w

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baltimoresun A season-high 23 turnovers kept Maryland (28-7), which was playing in its first NCAA tournament in five years, from reaching the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2003. A game that began with freshman Melo Trimble’s taking on West Virginia nearly singlehandedly ended with the sensational point guard’s being knocked out — twice. "We set a standard where Maryland basketball should be at...We’ve got a lot of momentum. Maryland’s a special place, and this is just the beginning."
–Coach Mark Turgeon -- Pictured, Melo Trimble #2 of the Maryland Terrapins plays on the court after an injury against the West Virginia Mountaineers in the second half during the third round of the 2015 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Nationwide Arena on March 22, 2015 in Columbus, Ohio. (Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)
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baltimoresun President Barack Obama, alongside his brother-in-law Craig Robinson, attends a NCAA Division I Women's College Basketball tournament game between Princeton and Green Bay at the XFINITY Center in College Park, Maryland. Princeton forward Leslie Robinson is Obama's niece. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun) 1mon

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