Weekend Guide

November 05, 2009

SATURDAY

LET'S EAT! CHARLES STREET: Mount Vernon has so many places to eat that sometimes it's hard to make a decision. It's a good thing, then, that this event offers menu items from several Charles Street eateries, including Marie Louise Bistro, Sascha's, Mick O'Shea's, Joss Cafe and The Helmand. The food fest takes place from noon to 6 p.m. on Read Street between Charles and Cathedral streets. The event is free, but prices vary for food. Call 410-332-4144.

ANNAPOLIS CANDLELIGHT TOUR: Take a walk back in time as you tour several centuries-old homes in Annapolis between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. Visitors will explore such homes as the Maryland Inn, the Governor Calvert House, the James Brice House and the Hammond Harwood House. The self-guided tour takes about two hours. Tickets are $35 and benefit the programs of the Historic Annapolis Foundation. Call 410-267-8146 or go to reservations.annapolis.org.

THE MAHONEY BROTHERS: The Beatles tribute act pays attention to detail to provide convincing re-creations of the Fab Four. The show starts at 8 p.m. at Recher Theatre, 512 York Road, and tickets cost $20. Call 410-337-7178 or go to rechertheatre.com.

MARTIN EISENSTADT: The author and former adviser to John McCain discusses his political adventures and his new book, "I Am Martin Eisenstadt: One Man's (Wildly Inappropriate) Adventures with the Last Republicans," at Atomic Books, 3620 Falls Road, at 7 p.m. The event is free. Call 410-662-4444 or go to atomicbooks.com.

DVORAK: The Concert Artists of Baltimore will perform two works by Czech composer Antonin Dvorak - the popular Serenade for Strings and the less-often-heard Piano Concerto. Edward Polochick conducts the program, which also includes music by Robert Schumann. Soheil Nasseri is the piano soloist. The concert starts at 8 p.m. at the Gordon Center, 3506 Gwynnbrook Ave., Owings Mills. Tickets are $22 to $28. Call 410-625-3525 or go to www.cabalto.org.

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