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June 19, 2007

INSIDE TODAY

WHAT THEY'RE SAYING

TODAY'S SUN COLUMNISTS

Assuming Clinton, or not

Hillary Clinton stands as the assumed candidate for women, with the sisterhood vote locked up. But I want something more than that. I want a choice. In a crowd of men, there's only this one woman.

TODAY

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Seeing the light

By trying to bring in Andy MacPhail as Orioles' chief operating officer, owner Peter Angelos may finally recognize the organizational credibility problem that he has created.

Sports

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OTHER VOICES

Rick Maese on Sam Perlozzo firingsports

David Steele on manager prospectssports

Jean Marbella on joys of the minorsMaryland

Eileen Ambrose on inheriting stocksBusiness

5 THINGS TP DO TODAY

"LOST HIGHWAYS" -- Check out Bon Jovi's new country-influenced album, in stores today.

A GARDEN OF GIZMOS -- Learn about gardening at natural sciences at this new exhibit at Port Discovery, 35 Market Place. Hours are 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $10.75. 410-727-8120.

PETER FRAMPTON -- The '70s rock star comes alive at 8 p.m. at Rams Head Live, 20 Market Place, for an all-ages concert. $40-$45. 410-244-1131 or ramsheadlive.com.

BEL AIR FARMER'S MARKET -- Check out wares from local growers at the Mary E. Risteau State Office Building, 2 S. Bond St., Bel Air. belairfarmersmarket.com.

FIVE BANDS FOR $ -- 5See a quintet of performances tonight at 7 at the 8x10, 8-10 E. Cross St. Tonight's performers include Swati, Robin Horlock, Righteous Soul, Axiom and Fickle. $5. 410-625-2000.

UP NEXT

Vacation fixer-upper

It was love at first sight 25 years ago when Marilyn and John Hannigan spied a little ramshackle house on the Eastern Shore.

Sunday in Modern Life

Mulberry harvest

A homeowner harvests the mulberries that grow in his front yard this time of year -- and learns that this free fruit is good for much more than just topping cereal.

Wednesday in Taste

Emcee life, explained

We offer a how-to guide for up-and-coming emcees looking to get a foothold in the city's scene.

Thursday in Live!

5 THINGS TO LOOK FOR @BALTIMORESUN.COM

1. Eviction chattel hearing

The Baltimore City Council is set to hold a hearing at 4 p.m. today in City Hall on a bill to end the practice of dumping evicted tenants' belongings on Baltimore streets.baltimoresun.com/maryland

2. Little Italy's Top 10

Restaurant critic Elizabeth Large tells you where to find the best forgotten restaurant, great Tuscan food, cheap eats and other delights in Little Italy. baltimoresun.com/diningatlarge

3. Thump in the night

Pop music critic Rashod D. Ollison reviews the eagerly anticipated White Stripes album "Icky Thump."baltimoresun.com/music

4. City to join K12Buy.Com

Baltimore city school officials are set to kick off an e-Commerce procurement expo this morning at 9 a.m. The city schools will become the first in Maryland to use K12Buy.com.baltimoresun.com/maryland

5. Orioles talk to Girardi

The Orioles begin the search for a new manager by interviewing former Florida Marlins manager Joe Girardi.baltimoresun.com/orioles

SUN BLOGS -- BLOGS@BALTIMORESUN.COM

Missed work because of a skunk? -- Jay Hancock reports on a human resources survey of the worst employee excuses for missing work. baltimoresun.com/hancockblog

MOST VIEWED STORIES YESTERDAY AS OF 8 PM

1. Orioles fire Perlozzo -- After falling into last place in the division, the team will look for another skipper, with bullpen coach Dave Trembley acting as interim manager.

2. At a loss, O's players to talk it over -- After the Orioles dropped their eighth straight, outfielder Kevin Millar said he would call for a team meeting in San Diego.

3. Howard officer dies after being hit by car -- Pfc. Scott Wheeler succumbed early yesterday morning after he was struck Saturday by a car he tried to pull over for speeding.

4. Theater testing the boundaries of preservation -- The latest candidate for historical building designation, the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre, strains some people's idea of "landmark."

5. Perlozzo moves that backfired -- Relievers who comforted the opposition, pinch-hitters not used in a pinch: eight managerial low points from a gloomy 2007 season.

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