The Week's Best

THE WEEK'S BEST

April 15, 2004

Outside

Harford County's Leight Park offers canoe trips on Otter Point Creek. page 28

Music

Karrin Allyson is a jazz singer who believes there is an audience for intelligent and improvisational music. page 22

Art

Environmental activism moves into the art world with Save the Patapsco, Hon, Joe Stewart's photographs at Baltimoregallery. page 14

Trips

Silver Spring is becoming the go-to place for silver-screen events, with the AFI Silver Theatre as the town's entertainment showpiece. page 18

Stage

Jo Sullivan Loesser, widow of lyricist Frank Loesser, has allowed the completion of the musical her husband was writing when he died in 1969. page 12

PICK OF THE WEEK

What: CityLit Festival

When: Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Where: Enoch Pratt Free Library's Central Library, 400 Cathedral St.

Why: To meet Edward P. Jones, Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Known World, along with other local writers and poets; join discussion panels; take workshops; participate in open-mike poetry and browse exhibits from publishers, writers' organizations, literacy groups and self-published authors.

Tickets: Admission is free.

Information: To reserve a free table at the CityLit Festival, call the programs and publications office at 410-396-5494.

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