The Week's Best

THE WEEK'S BEST

June 16, 2005

Art

A new exhibit at the George Peabody Library brings together authentic and reproduction 16th-century musical instruments, music manuals and engraved illustrations that offer a charming window onto the musical education of Leonardo, Raphael and Michelangelo's contemporaries. Page 15

Out

At the inaugural Ray's Summer Days event, Raven Ray Lewis delivers comedy, golf, a block party and a video-game tournament, among other events. Page 30

Scene

Baltimore Pride festival brings longtime singer-songwriter SONiA and her band disappear fear back to town. Page 23

Eats

Reisterstown's Star Light Diner strives for a 1905s feel and serves up an enormous and tasty crab cake. Page 16

Trips

The Adams Morgan area of Washington is best known for its nightlife, but it also offers plenty of places to eat and shop. Page 20

PICK OF THE WEEK

What: Opening day of the Towson Farmers Market

When: Today, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. (and every Thursday until Nov. 3)

Where: Allegheny Avenue in Towson, between Washington Avenue and York Road

Why: It's a great chance to skip a trip to the supermarket and pick up locally grown fruits and vegetables, freshly cut and potted flowers, cheeses, eggs and nuts.

Admission: Free

Details: Call 410-825-1144 or visit www.towsonbusinessassoc.org

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