The Week's Best

THE WEEK'S BEST

September 23, 2004

Eats

Great Sage, a new Clarksville restaurant from the owners of Roots Market, offers a menu of sophisticated vegetarian and vegan options. page 14

P I C K O F T H E W E E K

What: Rich Robinson (co-founder and guitarist from the Black Crowes)

When: Sunday; doors open at 7 p.m.

Where: The Funk Box, 10 E. Cross St.

Why: HeM-Fs promoting Paper, his first solo album. Find out for yourself how he does without the rest of the Crowes.

Tickets: $12, available by calling the box office at 410-625-2000 or Ticketmaster at 410-547-SEAT. M-y Annie Linskey

Family

Greyhounds are the pooches of choice for many Marylanders, and the breedM-Fs fans can gather this weekend at the Midlantic Greyhound Adoption League annual reunion. page 29

CDs

Nelly leaves his Country Grammar behind and releases two albums M-y Sweat, which features party songs, and Suit, which reveals his surprisingly poised R&B singing voice. page 22

Trips

Lewes, Del., is loaded with history instead of the usual noisy arcades, restaurants and loud bars that fill so many beach towns. page 24

Outside

Shawan Downs plays host to the fourth annual Legacy Chase of steeplechase racing as well as crafts, a nature center, pony rides and more. page 28

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