Four things to read before the day's through:

Wine Promenade: This weekend the Atlantic City Boardwalk will be transformed into the world's largest wine bar. This year will mark the first Do AC Boardwalk Wine Promenade event.

Slow Relief: Jason Nark catches up with Donna Vanzant, the woman who was famously hugged by President Obama after Superstorm Sandy hit the shore. Six months after Sandy, the sluggish aid relief has left Vanzant and other Jersey Shore residents in a tight spot.

Betting Man: Goldencents is Dick Jerardi's pick to run away with this year's Derby trophy. Be sure to check out our in-depth bettor's guide.

Kent Still Matters: Yes, the 43rd anniversary of Kent State does matter a lot. Will Bunch's very personal take on the '60s and how shots echo in 2013.

Four things to do tonight:

CHEER: The Phillies square off against the Marlins at the Citizens Bank Park. Time: 7:05 p.m.| Tickets: $14-$80

SEE: Detroit's Insane Clown Posse brings their metal-rap combo to the Electric Factory. Time: 8:30 p.m. | Tickets: $29.50

LAUGH: Comedian and part-time Delco resident Wanda Sykes will be aiming for laughs at A.C.’s Borgata Hotel & Casino. Time: 9 p.m. | Tickets: $55-$59.50

HEAR: Alt-rock band Soundgarden is performing at the Borgata as a part of their reunion tour.