The Week's Best

THE WEEK'S BEST

February 26, 2004

Trips

Take a Gaithersburg getaway by visiting the Olde Towne area, as well as gems in two planned communities. page 26

Family

Black History Month wraps up with a series of events at the Baltimore Public Works Museum. page 30

Art

Paradise Now, an art show at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, includes works that contribute to the fiery debate over genetic engineering. page 14

PICK OF THE WEEK

What: 7th annual Academy Awards party to benefit the Children's Cancer Foundation, featuring food, trivia, games and prizes

When: Sunday, 6:30 p.m. until the Oscars broadcast ends

Where: Loews White Marsh Theater at the Avenue at White Marsh

Why: Because you can talk about who's with whom, who's wearing what and who got robbed, all while supporting a good cause.

Information: 443-279-0320

Admission: $25

-- Greg Romano

Music

Cee-Lo Green, always a standout on Goodie Mob albums, has a new solo CD that smoothly synthesizes his tastes ("Gospel, soul. I like rock; I like funk, everything, man," he says). page 21

Eats

It's chaotic and loud, but the Original Steakhouse and Sports Theatre in Edgewater satisfies the crowds with an excellent menu with red meat as its focal point. page 15

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