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Living without your bank card

I have now experienced the sudden panic and descent into Customer Service Hell that happens when you lose your bank card. Lucky me.


Hollow victory

Despite their victory, the Ravens don't look like a Super Bowl contender.


other voices

Tim Smith on the BSO's galaToday

Michael Dresser on public transit Maryland

David Zurawik on the EmmysToday

Dropkick MurphysThe punk-rock band will perform, infusing Irish folk with rock, to Rams Head Live tonight. 20 Market Place. 8 p.m. $25. 410-244-1131 or

'Ansel Adams: A Photographer's Life'Exhibit includes 125 images borrowed from the collection of William H. and Saundra B. Lane. $10-$14. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Corcoran Gallery of Art, 500 17th St. NW. 202-639-1867 or

Constitution DayRalph Nader, Helen Thomas and John Waters will discuss free speech and artistic expression today. 5:30 p.m. at Falvey Hall at the Maryland Institute College of Art, 1300 Mount Royal Ave. 410-225-2300 or

NakedGayley Danley performs her one-woman show, Naked, at Everyman Theatre, 1727 N. Charles St. Performances at 7:30 p.m. Mondays and Tuesdays through Sept. 25. $17-$20. 410-752-2208.

'Prison Break'Michael (Wentworth Miller) finds himself in a ghastly Panamanian lockup called Sona. 8 p.m.-9 p.m. on WBFF, Channel 45.

Jewish cuisine

As Yom Kippur approaches, we look at how the food of Israel is changing.

Wednesday in Taste

Searching for kicks

The days are getting cooler, the Baltimore marathon is coming up. Time to find the perfect pair of running shoes.

Saturday in Today

Wonderful Maryland

We asked readers to tell us about Maryland's treasures and we come up with a list of the 7 Wonders of Maryland.

Sunday in Travel

Box office report

Movie critic Michael Sragow examines the weekend's box office

City Council meets

Baltimore's City Council is set to hold its first meeting since last week's Democratic primary. All but one of the incumbents seeking re-election

Vandalism charges hearing

A hearing is scheduled for a man charged with vandalizing the house of a North Baltimore woman who had complained about suspected drug dealers. Her house was later firebombed by people police say were trying to silence

Owings Mills land decision

The Baltimore County Council is expected to vote on the purchase of two parcels in Owings Mills as part of a plan to extend Dolfield Boulevard. The county would pay $560,000 for the combined 1.2

The next attorney general?

Follow the story on Bush's pick for attorney general, Michael B.

Heads upStart the week with Jay Hancock's blog at

Leaving Ansel Adams behindChristopher T. Assaf expounds on idols at

1Remembering Johnny URead about the impact the football icon's absence has had on family and friends.

2Hero worshipTV Critic David Zurawik offers a preview of this fall's network schedule of heroism-themed shows.

3Ghost potsHundreds of thousands of derelict, unmarked crab traps litter the Chesapeake Bay.

4Meeting MuppetsPennsylvania's Sesame Place is bliss for young kids, but something less than that for Mom and Dad.

5Retiring MercantileA Baltimore banking institution fades from view as PNC Financials logos replace those of Mercantile Bankshares.

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