Four things to read before the day's through:

Overestimation: John Smallwood argues that Mayor Nutter overstates the claim that the city can secure Sunday's Broad Street Run.

No Cooks Here: The number of "kitchen museum owners" (non-cooking Americans) is on the rise. Almost a third of Americans don't cook their own meals.

Flamenco Prosecution?: D.A. jokes that Bynum flamenco video will be "entered as Commonwealth Exhibit 1 in fraud charges against him."

Eye Lawsuit: Mobster Ralph Natale is suing the government for the lost of his eyesight, the Inquirer reports.

Four things to do tonight:

CHEER: Phillies take on the Miami Marlins at the Citizens Bank Park. Time: 7:05 p.m. | Tickets: $14-$80

SEE: Former boxer Mike Tyson recounts his colorful life and career at the Academy of Music. Time: 8 p.m. | Tickets: $20-$500

DANCE: San Francisco's Bassnectar will be bringing their hip hop-electronica sound to the Electric Factory. Time: 8 p.m. | Tickets: $26

HEAR: Prince Music Theater will be staging Verdi's opera classic, "La Traviata." Time: 8 to 11 p.m. | Tickets: $39-$99