The Week's Best


November 20, 2003


Pink continues the party she started on 2001's M!ssundaztood on her new CD, Try This. It's not perfect, and it's not wildly thought-provoking, but it is fun. page 30.


Rufus Wainwright, a literate, die-hard romantic with a strong love for opera and all its grandness, tries to find a place in the pop-music landscape and draws masses of fans along the way. page 29.


This weekend, Peabody Opera Theatre offers the two tragedies and one comedy that make up Il Trittico: Il Tabarro (The Cloak), Suor Angelica (Sister Angelica) and Gianni Schicchi. page 14.


China Best, which has been around for more than nine years, offers a rarity -- sushi served buffet-style. The fish is fresh and mostly tasty, and the items get replenished often. page 20.


Baltimore loves bingo -- and "Gay Bingo" at the Hippo, with its sarcastic caller and community spirit, is no exception, drawing tons of players every week. The event also raises money for the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Baltimore. page 36.


What: See Diner Guys, Barry Levinson's unreleased, unfinished film about the "guys" from his famous diner, followed by a panel discussion.

Where: The Charles Theatre, 1711 N. Charles St.

When: Tonight from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Why: Because Diner Guys doesn't get screened much -- and because tickets include popcorn and a beverage.

Tickets: $7.50 for Jewish Museum of Maryland members, $15 for non-members

Information: 410-732-6400

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