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August 02, 2007

INSIDE TODAY

WHAT THEY'RE SAYING

TODAYS SUN COLUMNISTS

BRAC and the city

Military base realignment and closure is expected to bring thousands of new residents to Maryland, and they should consider settling in Baltimore City. Here are 100 reasons why.

Maryland

baltimoresun.com/rodricks

A testing season

This season will be a test for Ravens linebacker Bart Scott, who will try to prove that his performance in 2006 - including a Pro Bowl appearance -wasn't a fluke.

Sports

baltimoresun.com/preston

OTHER VOICES

Mike Himowitz on airwaves auction -- Business

Sam Sessa on the Block -- LIVE!

Rashod D. Ollison on Velvet Revolver -- LIVE!

5 THINGS TO DO TODAY

Shop Boyz perform -- Atlanta rap group Shop Boyz, known for their recent hit single "Party Like a Rockstar," plays Sonar, 407 E. Saratoga St. 9 p.m. $20-$25. 410-327-8333 or ticketmaster.com.

Shark Week returns -- The ratings behemoth is back for its 20th outing. Tonight's show travels to New Guinea to unravel secrets that presumably haven't been uncovered during the last 19 Shark Weeks. 9 p.m.-10 p.m., Discovery Channel.

`Requiem' exhibit -- Requiem: Works of Art by Tonya Ingersol showcases larger-than-life works of the local young artist. Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture, 830 E. Pratt St. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. $6-$8. 443-263-1800.

Laughs, off the cuff -- The Baltimore Improv Festival through Sunday at Theatre Project, 45 W. Preston St. Performances and workshops over the next three days. Showtimes and workshop times vary. Show tickets $5-$15, workshop tickets $30-$45. 888-745-8393 or baltimoreimprovfestival.org.

Nickel Creek and Fiona Apple -- American acoustic trio Nickel Creek performs at Pier Six Pavilion during its Farewell (For Now) Tour, along with Fiona Apple. 7:30 p.m. President Street and Eastern Avenue at the Inner Harbor. $22.50-$37.50. 410-547-SEAT or ticketmaster.com.

5 THINGS TO LOOK FOR @BALTIMORESUN.COM

The lowdown on what to do

Look for local entertainment writer Sam Sessa's Three Hot Weekend Tips.baltimoresun.com/midnightsun

Whither Constellation?

Sun architecture critic Edward Gunts reports on the latest plan for the historic ship in the Inner Harbor. baltimoresun.com/criticalmass

100,000th Basilica visitor

Cardinal William H. Keeler will welcome the 100,000th visitor to the Basilica this morning.baltimoresun.com/maryland

Ravens' camp updates

The Ravens continue training camp at McDaniel College in Westminster with practices from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. baltimoresun.com/ravenscentral

Boston wrapup

The Orioles finish their three-game series in Boston with a 1:05 p.m. game against the Red Sox. baltimoresun.com/orioles

SUN BLOG BLOGS.BALTIMORESUN.COM

Picturing Ravens -- Sun Photographer Christopher T. Assaf shows off his work from the first days of Ravens training camp and talks about the challenges of getting the best shots.baltimoresun.com/photoedge

MOST VIEW STORIES YESTERDAY AS OF 8 PM.

1. McNair works to defy the years -- Ravens quarterback Steve McNair says he feels the physical effects of 13 NFL seasons, but he's working to stay in game shape.

2. Bedard battles errant control, dehydration -- Orioles starter Erik Bedard showed his stuff without his best stuff Tuesday night, getting through six innings of a 5-3 win over the Boston Red Sox.

3. Autopsies don't tell enough -- From examining the remains alone, experts say, there is no clear-cut way to determine whether an Ocean City mother caused the deaths of the four preterm babies found on her property over the past week.

4. Outsiders blamed in neighborhood trying to rebound -- In the neighborhood where two police officers were shot Monday evening, some residents said the area has improved, and blamed the crime on people who do not live there.

5. Slow down or say cheese -- Baltimore officials said Tuesday that they will seek to install speed cameras in city neighborhoods. Using radar cameras to photograph license plates and issue fines by mail was suggested in a report released by a city task force.

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