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TODAY'S SUN COLUMNISTS
Back to drawing board for O's
Let's hope the architectural blueprint that guided the Orioles the past 10 offseasons has been discarded. It's time to rebuild.
Quick and judgmental bloggers
The Graeme Frost hysteria surrounding a 12-year-old Baltimore boy may finally release to the point of explosion all the sanctimony that has collected in the blogosphere over the years.
Laura Vozzella on O'Malley, trekkie -- Maryland
Michael Sragow on "Jesse James" Movies Today
Chris Kaltenbach on film festival -- Movies Today
Mike Preston on the offense -- Ravens Weekend
5 THINGS TO DO TODAY
Movie -- When a colleague sabotages a case and exposes his clients' misdeeds, Michael Clayton (George Clooney) is forced to handle his law firm's dirty work. Tilda Swinton also stars in the film, in theaters today.
Play -- See the drama of kleptomania, road kill and disco unfold on stage when Audrey Herman Spotlighters Theatre presents The Great American Trailer Park Musical. 8 p.m. 817 St. Paul St. Those younger than 16 must be accompanied by an adult. $15-$18. Information and tickets: ticketturtle.com.
Music -- Motownphilly is back again when Boyz II Men performs at Rams Head Live, 20 Market Place. Doors open at 8 p.m. The all-ages show also will feature Groove Stu. $25. 410-244-1131 or ramsheadlive.com.
Play -- Federico Garcia Lorca's Blood Wedding, based on a true story of love, lust and betrayal, opens today and runs through Oct. 21 at Theatre Project, 45 W. Preston St. 8 p.m. Tickets: 410-752-8558.
Walk with ghosts -- Take a tour of reputedly haunted pubs, shops and residences on the Fells Point GhostWalk. Tonight's tour departs at 7 o'clock from Max's Darthouse, 731 S. Broadway. $8-$13. 877-225-8466 or fellspointghost.com.
In his monthly Saturday's Hero column, Rob Kasper tells Sun readers the right way to plant a fall garden and how to keep it going.
Tomorrow in Go Today
The colorful plastic clogs are turning up everywhere. But while some folks love them, there's a movement afoot to do away with Crocs.
Sunday in Arts & Life Today
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Fab Five Fridays
Entertainment reporter Sam Sessa reveals his list of best happy hour buffets.baltimoresun.com/midnightsun
A symphony review
Classical music critic Tim Smith reviews the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's "The Map of Asia," conducted by Tan Dun.baltimoresun.com/criticalmass
Ravens' injury status
The Ravens release their official injury report for Sunday's game against the St. Louis Rams at M&T; Bank Stadium. baltimoresun.com/ravens
Revisiting Mandel trial
Lawyers, judges, lobbyists and commentators will gather this afternoon to revisit the trial of former Gov. Marvin Mandel that occurred 30 years ago.baltimoresun.com/maryland
Diagnostic center to open
A ribbon cutting will be held this morning for a diagnostic center at the Children's Home, a center for at-risk children. baltimoresun.com/maryland
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Talking taxes -- Discuss proposed tax increases with Jay Hancock.baltimoresun.com/hancockblog
Violence in schools -- School shootings are a hot topic on The Sun's education blog.baltimoresun.com/classroom
MOST VIEWED STORIES YESTERDAY AS OF 8 PM
1. Roof comes down -- One of two glass roof sections above the atrium in Hunt Valley's Embassy Suites Hotel collapsed and fell eight stories, forcing guests to evacuate.
2. Frost family draws ire -- A conservative onslaught began a week after 12-year-old Graeme Frost delivered the Democrats' weekly radio address with a plea to Bush to sign a bill to expand the State Children's Health Insurance Program.
3. Block clubs cited -- Five clubs on The Block were cited after liquor inspectors, health officials and police visited the adult entertainment hub.
4. Navy prevails -- The Navy Midshipmen pulled out a 48-45 comeback victory over the Pittsburgh Panthers in two overtimes.
5. Split in Bowleys Quarters -- A proposal to turn an old family marina into upscale condominiums has divided a waterfront hamlet.