The Week's Best


September 16, 2004


Delightful food fills the menu at Mari Luna, the new Mexican restaurant from Jaime Luna, whose previous venture was as executive chef of Babalu Grill. page 15


The Dragon Boat Races, raising money for Catholic Charities, take place Saturday at the Inner Harbor. page 32


It might not be Niagra, but Great Falls can still catch visitors' attention. Check out the Potomac River rapids from the overlook in Chesapeake and Ohio National Historical Park. The Visitors Center and C&O Canal are pictured. page 18


Coppin State University's Presidential Concert Series kicks off Sunday with a performance by the University Gospel Choir -- and it continues to live up to its name early next month, when series organizer and University President Stanley Battle performs. page 13


Citizen Cope talks about his new album, The Clarence Greenwood Recordings, in advance of two performances in the area this week. page 25


What: The Baltimore Shakespeare Festival presents lutenist Charles Weaver and soprano Elizabeth Baber performing the surviving songs of William Shakespeare.

Where: St. Mary's Outreach Center, 3900 Roland Ave.

When: Sunday night at 7

Why: Because you've surely read or seen performed the bard's plays, but how often have you had the chance to gauge his songwriting abilities?

Admission: Free

Information: Call the festival box office at 410-366-8596 or visit

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