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October 01, 2007

INSIDE TODAY

WHAT THEY'RE SAYING

TODAY'S SUN COLUMNISTS

Sorry, not a fan of your dog

When a guy can't hold his own dog - a pit bull - back, you better believe I am getting out of the way.

Today

baltimoresun.com/cowherd

O's forecast: cloudy

The Orioles head into the offseason with a murky outlook about just what they can do to turn around a franchise mired in losing.

Sports

baltimoresun.com/schmuck

OTHER VOICES

David Steele on the Ravens -- Sports

David Zurawik on "Aliens in America" -- Today

Michael Dresser on deer -- Maryland

5 THINGS TO DO TODAY

Exhibit -- Rana Geralis' fascination with horses grew when she worked at Laurel Race Course. See her works in the exhibit Horse Sense at the Artists' Gallery, the American City Building, 10227 Wincopin Circle, Columbia. free. 410-740-8249.

Vocalist -- Experience the intensity and outspokenness of vocalist Henry Rollins. 7:30 tonight and tomorrow night at the Birchmere Music Hall, 3701 Mount Vernon Ave., Alexandria, Va. $25. 410-547-SEAT or ticketmaster.com.

Free -- Fall BaltimoreToday marks the start of Free Fall Baltimore - a month of no-charge arts and culture events all over the city. Check out OctoBOOfest at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, Druid Hill Park from 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. freefallbaltimore.com or 877-BALTIMORE.

Guitarist -- Marc Ford brings his band to Annapolis at 8 p.m. The show is at Rams Head Tavern, 33 West St. $16.50. 410-268-4545 or ramsheadtavern.com.

`Heroes' -- On Heroes, Peter (Milo Ventimiglia), stranded in Ireland, is surviving the nuclear meltdown.

UP NEXT

Supermarket grades are in

Ever wonder what makes one fancy supermarket better than another? Our testers graded five local markets on everything from the ambiance of the store to the taste of the signature dessert.

Wednesday in Taste

Favorite time of the year

Fear not, leaf peepers of Maryland. Though there was less rain than usual across the state this summer, the drought conditions will take only the slightest edge off the glories of your favorite time of year.

Saturday in Go Today

5 THINGS TO LOOK FOR @BALTIMORESUN.COM

Box office report

How are films faring now that the fall season is on a roll? Movie critic Michael Sragow surveys the scene.baltimoresun.com/criticalmass

Fly-ash dumping

After Republican members of the Anne Arundel County Council forced a controversial two-week delay, the full group is expected to vote tonight on legislation that would ban the dumping of coal-fly ash for one year.baltimoresun.com/ news/local/annearundel

Giuliani foes issue threat

Alarmed at the possibility that the Republican Party might pick Rudolph W. Giuliani as its presidential nominee, a coalition of influential Christian conservatives is threatening to back a third-party candidate. baltimoresun.com/nation

Breast cancer knowledge

Most women consider themselves knowledgeable about the disease, but their knowledge often includes more myth than fact, a new survey found. baltimoresun.com/nation

Archbishop's installation

The two-hour installation of Baltimore's new archbishop this afternoon will include long-standing traditions and symbols of the Catholic Church.baltimoresun.com/maryland

SUN BLOG BLOGS.BALTIMORESUN.COM

Weather tips -- Frank Roylance atmarylandweather.com

Business week -- Jay Hancock's blog atbaltimoresun.com/hancockblog.

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT SUNDAY @BALTIMORESUN.COM/WHATYOUMISSED

1. Land grab -- An Eastern Shore estate sale exposes problems in Maryland's Open Space program.

2. Orioles to go? -- What changes will follow another losing season?

3. Pediatric pioneer -- A Kennedy Krieger Institute doctor is one of the world's few experts on a rare but potentially catastrophic disease.

4. Sales sweeteners -- With housing inventories up, sellers are often finding they have to offer incentives to lure buyers.

5. Deal breakers -- A look at the myriad reasons that people end relationships or refuse to enter into them in the first place.

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