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September 13, 2007

INSIDE TODAY

WHAT THEY'RE SAYING

TODAY'S SUN COLUMNISTS

Epidemic of violence

Two men are arrested in connection with the shooting death of a Patterson High student, a crime that underscores the epidemic of violence in Baltimore's black neighborhoods.

Maryland

baltimoresun.com/rodricks

Can Boller do it?

If Kyle Boller gets significant playing time Sunday against the Jets and looks like the Boller of the past four seasons, Ravens fans can't be blamed if they start wishing the team had gone after former Jaguars quarterback Byron Leftwich.

Sports

baltimoresun.com/schmuck

OTHER VOICES

Mike Himowitz on earphones -- Business

Rashod D. Ollison on Regina Spektor -- Live

5 THINGS TO DO TODAY

RV show -- The Maryland RV Show at the State Fairgrounds, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. today-Saturday and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday at 2200 York Road in Timonium. Adult tickets are $8; children under 12 get in free. Call 410-561-7323 or go to mdrv.com.

Sesame Street -- Catch Sesame Street Live this weekend with Elmo, Zoe, Rosita, Abby Cadabby and friends. The first show is 7 tonight at 1st Mariner Arena, 201 W. Baltimore St. Admission is $13-$28. For tickets, call 410-547-SEAT or go to ticketmaster.com. For information, 410-347-2010 or sesamestreetlive.com.

Singer -- Macy Gray performs with the Brand New Heavies at 8 tonight at Lyric Opera House, 140 W. Mount Royal Ave. Tickets are $50-$60 and available through Ticketmaster at 410-547-SEAT or ticketmaster.com.

Contemporary art -- Check out the exhibit Broadcast at the Contemporary Museum, 100 W. Centre St., and see works examining the influence of radio and TV. Admission is free. Hours are noon to 5 p.m. Call 410-783-5720.

On the tube -- It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia returns for its third season tonight at 10 on FX. In the edgy comedy, Dee and Mac take their baby to a tanning parlor to help him get commercial work.

UP NEXT

The Brave One

Movie critic Michael Sragow reviews The Brave One.

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Messing about in boats

You don't need to be rich to enjoy the bay under sail.

Saturday in Go Today

Previewing the Emmys

TV critic David Zurawik sizes up the competition for the Emmys.

Sunday in Arts and Life

5 THINGS TO LOOK FOR @BALTIMORESUN.COM

Hot weekend tips

Plan your weekend with suggestions from local entertainment reporter Sam Sessa. baltimoresun.com/midnightsun

Ravens Central

Check out the latest on the Ravens as they prepare for Sunday's home opener against the New York Jets. baltimoresun.com/ravenscentral

Checking album sales

Pop music critic Rashod D. Ollison takes a look at the week's CD sales. baltimoresun.com/criticalmass

Counting ballots

City election officials are set to count absentee ballots this morning in the Democratic primary contest for the 13th City Council District. baltimoresun.com/maryland

A capital in Bel Air

Gov. Martin O'Malley and his cabinet will travel to Bel Air to meet with local officals as part of his "Capital for a Day" program. Following up on previous stops in Salisbury and La Plata, O'Malley will meet with firefighters, have lunch with community leaders and tour Harford County Community College. baltimoresun.com/maryland

SUN BLOG BLOGS.BALTIMORESUN.COM

On the bay -- Tom Pelton explains a provocative argument about climate change at baltimoresun.com/bayblog

Sports sayings -- Ray Frager writes about sports media at baltimoresun.com/mediumwell

MOST VIEWED STORIES YESTERDAY AS OF 8 PM.

1. Unhealthy outlook -- Injuries leave Ravens without services of Jonathan Ogden and B.J. Sams.

2. Leadin goes here -- Hundreds of students gather to speak out against noose incident on campus.

3. Leadin goes here -- Vitamin D might be factor in longer life.

4. Dixon wins -- Sheila Dixon clobbers the competition in Democratic primary for mayor.

5. Dixon declares -- With smiles and thanks to her many supporters, candidate Sheila Dixon claims the prize.

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