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Betrayal // Play about adultery is at Everyman Theatre at 7:30 p.m. Tickets $17-$30. Call 410-752-2208 or go to everymantheatre.org.
Lavender Diamond // The indie-folk quartet is at the Ottobar at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10. Call 410-662-0069 or go to theottobar.com.
Les Claypool // Primus' bassist performs at Rams Head Live at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25. Go to ramsheadlive.com.
Mural photography exhibit // See the work of Lorna Bieber at C. Grimaldis Gallery. Admission is free. Call 410-539-1080.
Maryland's reality on display
Maryland residents shine on this summer's crop of reality TV shows. Eastern Shore fisherman Louie Frase stars in CBS's Pirate Master and Towson student Heather Zampier is in the running on Fox's So You Think You Can Dance.
Wednesday in Today
Avoiding a killer tan
As this year's tanning season begins, dermatologists expect many will ignore a decade of warnings about the risks of overexposure from sunlight and tanning booths.
Thursday in Health Today
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Name their tune
Forty years after the Summer of Love, the beat goes on for baby boomers who are still buying music and flocking to concerts. Take our quiz to guess what local notables are listening to this summer.baltimoresun.com/boomer
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Funeral for fire victim
Funeral services for Melvin Beckett, the seventh victim of the May 22 fire at 1903 Cecil Ave., is to be held today at Bibleway Baptist Church on Maine Avenue in Northwest Baltimore. Eight victims have now died in what has become one of the worst fires in Baltimore history in terms of fatalities.
New produce drop to open
The Maryland Food Bank, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and public officials will join together at the East Baltimore Church of God late this morning to distribute produce to underserved populations, including Latinos in the city.
McCartney drops album
Paul McCartney releases his new solo album, "Memory Almost Full," at Starbucks. Pop music critic Rashod D. Ollison has a review.
Parren Mitchell funeralFuneral services are today for Parren J. Mitchell, the first African-American elected to Congress from Maryland who died May 28 of complications from pneumonia. He was 85. Gov. Martin O'Malley, Mayor Sheila Dixon and other politicans and dignitaries are expect to attend the service at St. James Episcopal Church in West Baltimore.
Naval Academy board meetsThe U.S. Naval Academy Board of Visitors is scheduled to meet in Annapolis and discuss reports from Vice Adm. Rodney Rempt and other academy officials.
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Chris Assaf photographing photographers. baltimoresun.com/photoedge
Toss vs. Obstacle
John McIntyre takes up the gauntlet - not the gantlet - to clarify terms. baltimoresun.com/youdontsay
MOST VIEWED STORIES -- YESTERDAY AS OF 8 P.M.
1. O's can't deal Sam Perlozzo is concerned about Chris Ray giving up home runs
2. Go west, young man A state highway administrator in Maryland immortalized Cove Fort, Utah, on highway signs.
3. 6-alarm fire destroys Balto. Co. warehouse The roof collapsed on the building in the 1400 block of Rome Road.
4. 'Flip This House' star under scrutiny Sam Leccima's episodes may have been elaborate hoaxes.
5. Stabbing suspect released earlier The man charged with recently stabbing a woman was accused of a similar attack four years ago.