Because we love weeknight racing as much as you do, Sailing World is dedicating an upcoming feature to one Wednesday night in America. We've chosen tonight, Wednesday, Aug. 12, as our night. To make sure we capture as broad a picture as possible-from sea to shining sea, as the song goes-we are reaching out to our readers. We want you to tell us, in words or photos or both, about your Wednesday night racing on Aug. 12. We'll publish every legitimate response online and pick the best ones for the magazine. (We'll pay standard rates for any stories and photos we publish in print.) Photos should be as high a resolution as possible, the bigger the better. For the stories, we're not necessarily looking solely for exceptional evenings. What seems like run-of-the-mill to you probably won't to somebody else. Every series is unique, as is every night within the series. So tell us what happened from your perspective on Aug. 12: focus on one rounding, or an entire race, or even your time "debriefing" with a beer. Tell us about one particular aspect of your racing venue that came into play or one boat that did something noteworthy. Try to keep it on the shorter side (under 500 words) and make sure to include all the relevant data about your boat, series, etc.