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The city police department's ousted spokesman finds a new crime-and-media combo, at America's Most Wanted.
C. Miles visits Baltimore
Former radio shock jock C. Miles returned to Baltimore recently, nine years after he was was canned at WOLB.
Tanika White on N.Y. Fashion Week. -- Today
Rob Kasper picks tomatoes -- Food
Jay Hancock on Ferris Baker Watts -- Business
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Judy Chicago -- The artist best known for her pioneering feminist work The Dinner Party, ' pays homage to her secular Jewish upbringing during the 1940s and '50s. The show, Judy Chicago: Jewish Identity, is at the Jewish Museum of Maryland, 15 Lloyd St., today from noon-4 p.m. Admission is $5. 410-732-6400 or jewishmuseummd.org.
Making music -- Taxlo presents Bonde do Role, Plastic Little and Death Set tonight beginning at 8 at Sonar, 407 E. Saratoga St. Admission is $10. Call 410-327-8333.
Shall we dance? -- Check out a ballroom extravaganza at the Belvedere, 1-5 E. Chase St. Buffet is served 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Lessons for beginners run 7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Then, dance to live music from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Admission $17-$20. Call 410-347-0888.
Tony Bennett -- In the film Tony Bennett: The Music Never Ends -- part of PBS' American Masters series -- we hear the stories of the crooner's most famous songs as well as his life. The documentary is narrated by Anthony Hopkins and even Clint Eastwood stops by for a chat at the piano (9 p.m.-10:30 p.m., WETA, Channel 26)
In their image -- The Repeating Image in Renaissance and Baroque Art, a new exhibit at the Walters Art Museum, examines the practice of artistic copying in the 1500s and 1600s. It features about a dozen pieces from the museum's collection. The show runs through Feb. 17 at the museum, 600 N. Charles St. Call 410-547-9000 or go to thewalters.org.
Regina Spektor at Rams Head
Regina Spektor brings her natural, uncalculated sound to Rams Head Live. Her latest album is Begin to Hope.
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Jodie Foster's newest film
Sun movie critic Michael Sragow reviews Jodie Foster's latest film, The Brave One.
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After the count
Winning and losing candidates in Baltimores primary election reflect on Tuesdays outcome and look toward the future. baltimoresun.com/maryland
Jos. A. Bank earnings
The men's apparel chain is set to release second-quarter earnings and hold a conference call with analysts at 11 a.m. baltimoresun.com/business
Wedding Singer on stage
Theater critic Mary Carole McCauley reviews the touring production of 1980s-celebrating Wedding Singer. baltimoresun.com/today
Fashionable in Baltimore
The city's been having its own Fashion Week, even as the main event rages in New York. Sam Sessa checks in with the organizers to see how its been going. baltimoresun.com/midnightsun
Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger and Harford County Executive David Craig will preside over the quarterly meeting BRAC Planning Action Committee, a town hall style event in Edgewood on Wednesday to provide citizens an update on activities related to BRAC planning, including transportation, education and public safety. baltimoresun.com/maryland Love's laborsMaryann James writes about the trials and tribulations - and successes - of dating in Baltimore at baltimoresun.com/baltamour.
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Educated reading -- The Sun's education writers keep you posted on the issues at baltimoresun.com/classroom.
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2. Vitamin news -- Vitamin D is good for your bones, and researchers say it also might be factor in longer life.
3. Substitution -- After quarterback Steve McNair dropped the ball -- literally and figuratively -- backup Kyle Boller was pressed into service
4. Preston's report card -- Running back Willis McGahee looked sharp, but the Ravens failed to capitalize.
5. Survival story -- Teen was missing a week after his car ran off the road.