At 13, Tony Dantzler can, and did, tell citywide candidates a few things about Baltimore and how to improve it.
Intrepid columnist tries his hand at the Washington Nationals' President Race, and his effort as Abraham Lincoln takes a turn for the worse.
Susan Reimer on road to lasting marriage Today
Eileen Ambrose writes on car leases Business
Dan Thanh Dang on auto insurance Business
5 THINGS TO DO TODAY
PAULA COLE --One-time best new artist Grammy winner returns with a her first new album in eight years, Courage, out today.
O's vs. Nats -- The Orioles host the Nationals for a three-game series at Camden Yards. $8-$65. 410-547-SEAT or 800-848-BIRD.
AMERICA -- At 7:30 p.m., the band known for "Horse With No Name" performs at the James Rouse Theatre, 5460 Trumpeter Road. $25-$45. 410-715-3044 or columbiafestival.com/america
BALTIMORE PHOTOS -- Local photographer Paul Burk examines the city's overlooked areas at Load of Fun Galleries, 120 W. North Ave. Free.
CRISS ANGEL -- The celebrity magician is back with new episodes of his series Criss Angel: MindFreak (10 p.m.-11 p.m., A&E;).
A leaner dinner
In the latest installment of Make Over My Meal, our expert helps a busy mother choose a leaner steak dinner.
Wednesday In Taste
Spacey or crazy
Reviews of the comic book flick Fantastic Four: Rise Of the Silver Surfer and the documentary Crazy Love.
Friday in Movies Today
5 THINGS TO LOOK FOR @BALTIMORESUN.COM
Sheila Dixon to announce bid
Mayor Sheila Dixon was set to formally announce her candidacy for mayor this morning.baltimoresun.com/maryland
Bush heads to Congress
President Bush goes to Capitol Hill today to push for the revival of his immigration bill.baltimoresun.com/nationworld
Vote due on Carroll airport
The Carroll County commissioners are scheduled to vote on an airport expansion plan.baltimoresun.com/maryland
Top 10 dining tips
Critic Elizabeth Large reveals her top 10 off-the-beaten path restaurants. baltimoresun.com/diningatlarge
Educate voting on buyout
Shareholders of Educate Inc., known for its Sylvan centers, vote on taking company private. baltimoresun.com/business
MOST VIEWED STORIES -- YESTERDAY AS OF 8 P.M.
1. Aiding friends ends in tragedy A reservist, 18, fresh from Marine boot camp is fatally stabbed coming to aid of friends.
2. Woman fatally shot in Parkville parking lot Two women are shot at shopping center.
3. NASA unfazed by shuttle hole A 4-inch gap in the space shuttle Atlantis' heat-protecting blanket is not considered an urgent problem.
4. Three dead, 9 hospitalized in three accidents Three crashes on U.S. 50 over the weekend near Easton leave two Baltimore teenagers dead.
5. Sopranos: nothing final in finale The HBO show concluded with its central character still alive.