The Week's Best

THE WEEK'S BEST

September 30, 2004

FAMILY

People are buzzing about the Honey Harvest Festival at the Oregon Ridge Nature Center. The event is in its 23rd year and includes honey treats and gifts and demonstrations ranging from blacksmithing to birds of prey. Page 34

SCENE

Canton's newest venue is the Mojo Side Stage, which is owned and operated by Andy Bopp, who also runs the Mojo Room and Lounge. The club played host to the band porterdavis on a recent night. Page 30

EATS

Silver Spring Mining Co. adds a third location, this one in Hunt Valley, which features signature dishes including sour beef and dumplings and fried pickle spears. Page 15

ART

Neil Meyerhoff's new images from Laos and Mexico are on display at C. Grimaldis Gallery. The artist makes his panoramic travelogues almost look easy. Page 33

MUSIC

Martin Luther's nuanced voice glides across varied genres on his new album, Rebel Soul Music. Page 25

Pick of the week

What: 2nd Annual Constellation Energy Classic golf tournament

When: Though Sunday. Pro-Am game from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today. Tournament from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. tomorrow, Saturday and Sunday.

Where: Hayfields Country Club, 700 Hayfields Road, Hunt Valley.

Why: Because you can get off your duff and see golf live. At 1 p.m. today Cal Ripken and Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich play together in the Pro-Am game. More than 75 professional golfers are scheduled to play in the Champions tour event - including Tom Watson, Tom Kite and Hale Irwin. Special events include putting against Cal Ripken 1 p.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday. Tickets: One-day grounds pass for today is $10; one-day grounds pass for tomorrow, Saturday or Sunday is $15. Children under 16 are free. All military, police, fire and EMS personnel will be admitted free with proper ID. For tickets, call the number listed below or buy them at the gate.

Information: Call 410-234-6197 or visit www.ceclassic.com.

- Annie Linskey

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