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June 07, 2007

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Today's Sun Columnists

Honor for `five-dollar doc'

Last fall, columnist Dan Rodricks urged the city to name a health care crusade after the late Dr. Sebastian Russo, the "five-dollar doc." Instead, the city named an award after him. It was presented yesterday.

Maryland

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More than just a game

The NBA finals aren't just about a matchup between the San Antonio Spurs and Cleveland Cavaliers. The championship series is also about what America wants to watch.

Sports

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other voices

Childs Walker on fantasy baseballSports

Mike Himowitz discusses portable PCsBusiness

David Zeiler tackles Mac controversyBusiness

`Comic Strip'A comic-strip artist has a nervous breakdown in this production at Theatre Project in Baltimore. 8 p.m. $11-$16. 410-752-8558.

`Secret Ceremony'See a free screening of the 1968 drama with Elizabeth Taylor and Mia Farrow at 8 p.m. at the Baltimore Museum of Art. First-come, first-served. 443-573-1700.

LPGA ChampionshipThe golf event from Bulle Rock in Havre de Grace is shown on the Golf Channel from 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Steven WrightThe deadpan comedian performs at Shriver Hall in Baltimore at 8 p.m. Tickets $25-$32. 410-547-SEAT or ticketmaster.com.`Fast Cars & Superstars'Celebrities including John Elway and Jewel pair with stock-car drivers in this new reality show at 8 p.m. on ABC.

Hunks and penguins

Reviews of the sequel Ocean's Thirteen, starring Brad Pitt and George Clooney, and the animated comedy Surf's Up.

Friday in Movies Today

Just for the faux of it

There's no need to get real. These days, it's perfectly acceptable to be a fake.

Sunday in Modern Life

Cowherd is in the hunt

Prowling the streets of Fells Point, Kevin Cowherd joins the fun as a group of adults revisit an elementary school. The favorite: a scavenger hunt.

Saturday in Go Today

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LPGA LORE?The best women golfers in the world are at Bulle Rock in Havre de Grace for the LPGA Championship. Take our interactive quiz to see how much you know about LPGA golfers and history at baltimoresun.com/lpga

Ivy's newest challenge

Last season, the Ravens' Corey Ivy had to come back from a lacerated kidney. This season, he faces stiff competition to retain his job as the team's nickel back. baltimoresun.com/sports Belmont Stakes draw

Preakness winner Curlin heads a small field in today's post position draw for the Belmont Stakes, the final jewel of the Triple Crown.baltimoresun.com/sports

Mitchell to reveal crime plan

City Councilman Keiffer J. Mitchell Jr., who is running for mayor, is set to announce his plan to fight crime in Baltimore late this morning.baltimoresun.com/maryland

Jos. A. Bank results

Men's clothing retailer Jos. A Bank Clothiers Inc. is scheduled to report its first-quarter earnings.

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O'Malley to announce aid

Gov. Martin O'Malley plans to announce additional funds today to help those who can't pay their electric bills, hoping to ease the burden of a 50 percent BGE rate increase that went into effect last week.baltimoresun.com/maryland

Hot, coldWeather blogger Frank Roylance says Friday will be hot, followed by weekend relief. weblogs.marylandweather.com

Who's least fun?It's Ray Lewis, says sports blogger Bill Ordine. The Ravens' linebacker tops Sports Illustrated's list. baltimoresun.com/ordine

1A seeworthy pirateHoopers Island is a tiny watermen's community two hours, and several lifestyles, south of Baltimore. A local calls it "the land of pleasant livin.' "

2Photo of Detour soldier paints a somber pictureArmy Spc. Joseph Merchant is deployed in the Sunni "Triangle of Death," south of Baghdad.

3Md. taking on pollutersThe state environmental agency slapped $497,500 in penalties on 17 landlords yesterday for lead paint violations.

4Cabdriver killed in Charles Village areaThe driver shot and killed last night in Charles Village had immigrated to the U.S. from a South Asian country.

5Work paid for, undoneSpot checks by state inspectors found that Baltimore school employees falsely reported making promised building repairs.

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