WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
TODAY'S SUN COLUMNISTS
Wild nights on 33rd St.
Remembering the summer nights when "Wild Bill" Hagy showed what passion for baseball was really about.
He's ready, willing
Maybe his stint in the Marine Corps has something to do with it. But Ravens backup running back Mike Anderson is the ultimate team guy.
Greg Kane raps rappers' cred -- Maryland
Laura Vozzella on getting noticed -- Maryland
Glenn McNatt on Art Place show -- Today
Hannah Cho on employee volunteers -- Business
Rick Maese on Dave Trembley -- Sports
5 THINGS TO DO TODAY
The Bridge at 8 x10 -- The Bridge continues its residency at the 8x10 with a performance tonight at 8. Black Eyed Susan is also slated to perform. The 8x10 is at 10 E. Cross St. $12. 410-625-2000.
See 'West Side Story' -- Natalie Wood and Richard Beymer star in this movie musical screening for free at 8 p.m. in Mount Vernon Park, Charles and Monument streets. 443-524-2370.
Joe Ely in Annapolis -- Country maverick Joe Ely performs at 8 p.m. at Rams Head Tavern, 33 West St., Annapolis. $22.50 410-268-4545 or ticketing.ramsheadtavern.com.
Watch 'Anchorwoman' -- Former Barker Beauty, Miss New York and WWE Diva Lauren Jones turns to newscasting on the new Fox show Anchorwoman. The show follows her as she bumbles her way through newscasts at a Tyler, Texas, station. 8 p.m. on WBFF, Channel 45.
See 'Samurai Rebellion' -- The Herring Run Artists Network presents a screening of the 1967 film about an aging swordsman. 7 p.m. at the Hamilton Arts Collective, 5440 Harford Road. $5. hamiltonart.org.
All's Fair in Timonium
The Maryland State Fair returns to Timonium for its 126th year.
Tomorrow in Live!
Help for survivors
Marc Heyison founded Men Against Breast Cancer, an organization that offers education and support.
Tomorrow in Health Today
Latest film releases
Sun movie critic Michael Sragow reviews the week's latest releases including Daywatch, a Russian fantasy epic.
Friday in Movies Today
5 THINGS TO LOOK FOR @BALTIMORESUN.COM
Check out the latest blogs from practice as the Ravens prepare for the Redskins.baltimoresun.com/ravenscentral
School construction plan
Mayor Sheila Dixon is set to announce her plan for financing school construction this morning at Highlandtown Elementary School.baltimoresun.com/maryland
New club at Power Plant
Sam Sessa reports on what is going to take the place of the Have a Nice Day Cafe at Power Plant Live.baltimoresun.com/midnightsun
BSO gala tickets
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra marks the 25th anniversary of the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall with a gala concert Sept. 15. Ed Gunts reports on ticket availability.baltimoresun.com/criticalmass
Cell phone tower appeal
The Baltimore County Board of Appeals is to consider a challenge to a cell phone tower at Randallstown High School.baltimoresun.com/maryland
SUN BLOG BLOG.BALTIMORESUN.COM
High school specialties -- Reporter Madison Park discusses the idea of "specializations," or "majors," for high school students atbaltimoresun.com/classroom
Through the lens -- Chris Assaf takes you behind the scenes of his assignments as a Sun photographer atbaltimoresun.com/photoedge.
MOST VIEWED STORIES YESTERDAY AS OF 8 PM
1. 3 lives cut short on summer getaway -- Seven young people gathered at a waterfront home on the Eastern Shore before fire.
2. He embodied Orioles magic -- "Wild Bill" Hagy, who led the raucous cheers in Memorial Stadium's Section 34, dies at 68.
3. Mayor's birthday card sparks Aberdeen uproar -- Friend obtains trademark of name used by opposition group.
4. Wright aims to return in September -- After missing most of the season, Oriole pitcher Jaret Wright wants to contribute.
5. Deadly neglect at fire academy -- New report details "unacceptable" practices that led to the death of Racheal M. Wilson in a February training exercise.