WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
TODAY'S SUN COLUMNISTS
All pinked out
October is breast cancer awareness month in the same way that December is Christmas awareness month. You'd have to be color blind not to see all the pink products.
A waste of time?
Does every vote really count? The case for staying home on Election Day.
Tim Smith on Simone Dinnerstein -- Today
Dan Thanh Dang on car repair -- Business
Rashod D. Ollison on hip-hop rivalry -- Today
5 THINGS TO DO TODAY
Peace Path 911 -- The event will create a path to a world without violence, 4 p.m.-6 p.m. Participants are to stand on Charles St., along Peace Paths, or in their own group. Free. peacepath911.com.410-467-9114 .
"Native African American Families of Howard County" -- The Howard County Center of African American Culture and Howard Community College presents more than 300 photos of black families. Through Oct. 11 in the James Clark Library, HCC in Columbia. Free. www.hccaacres.org.
Feist -- The folk rocker performs at Rams Head Live, 20 Market Place, 7 tonight. $25. 410-244-1131 or ramsheadlive.com.
'Peace' -- Ralph Lee presents a puppet production. 7 p.m. at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, University of Maryland, College Park. Free. 301-405-ARTS or claricesmithcenter.umd.edu.
9/11 Memorial Walk -- and 10K trails. Montpelier Culture and Arts Center, 9650 Muirkirk Road, Laurel. 5KFree. 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. 410-437-2164 or email@example.com.
Make Over My Meal
In the latest installment of Make Over My Meal, we help a senior citizen assemble a better dinner.
Tomorrow in Taste
'Begin to Hope'
Regina Spektor brings her natural, uncalculated sound to Rams Head Live. Her latest album is Begin to Hope.
Thurday in Live
'The Brave One'
Sun movie critic Michael Sragow reviews Jodie Foster's latest film.
Friday in Movies Today
5 THINGS TO LOOK FOR @BALTIMORESUN.COM
Voters go to the polls
Baltimore voters go to the polls in the city primary today.baltimoresun.com/election
Sun style writer Tanika White highlights the best spring looks from the runways of New York's Fashion Week.baltimoresun.com/fashionweek
Top 10 Tuesday
Sun food critic Elizabeth Large assesses the Baltimore area's 10 best hotel restaurants.baltimoresun.com/diningatlarge
Sylvan to discuss changes
Sylvan Learning, the Baltimore-based private tutoring company, plans to discuss changes to its franchising strategy and service offerings both nationwide and locally.baltimoresun.com/business
Musharraf deports rival
After spending less than four hours on the ground at Islamabad's international airport, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was bundled aboard a plane for Saudi Arabia, where he had been sent into exile seven years ago after Gen. Pervez Musharraf overthrew him in a coup.baltimoresun.com/nationworld
SUN BLOG BLOGS.BALTIMORESUN.COM
Behind the scenes -- Sun photographer Christopher T. Assaf shoots the Ravens game at baltimoresun.com/photoedge.
Vote early, often -- Dan Rodricks blogs about today's election at baltimoresun.com/randomrodricks.
MOST VIEWED STORIES YESTERDAY AS OF 8 PM.
1. Where's the sizzle? Spears fizzles at Video Music Awards -- Britney Spears' performance was little more than an overhyped burlesque show that went splat - and critics quickly picked over the debris.
2. Ravens understand value of quick start -- For Ravens, Week 1 game has often been harbinger of new season's fortune.
3. Gibbons tied to hGH -- Orioles outfielder Jay Gibbons received shipments of steroids and human growth hormone from an Orlando, Fla.-based pharmacy, according to SI.com.
4. 2 killed in separate auto accidents -- Salisbury woman dies after she's hit by auto owned by Hebron Fire Department. In Hagerstown, Bradley Martin, 19, was killed when he apparently lost control of his motorcycle and hit a guardrail on U.S. 40A.
5. Woman fatally shot in Dundalk -- Lymaris Mejias, a 29-year-old mother of four, was shot to death in her bedroom.