Comedian Jason Stuart, reportedly the first openly gay comic to headline at the Improv, talks about his style of comedy. page 18
With National Marriage Day, Elkton aims to reclaim its past as a destination for the wedding-minded. page 24
Roma's Cafe on York Road is a charming neighborhood restaurant offering pizza and subs as well as some ambitious choices. page 14
The owner of gallery M.I.M. at M.I.M. studios celebrates artist Susie Little's acceptance into a prestigious art school with an exhibit of her work, opening Saturday. page 13
Imagination Bethesda gives kids the chance to check out live music, dance performances, hands-on activities, costume characters, food and more. page 19
PICK OF THE WEEK
What: The national tour of The Lion King stops in Baltimore
When: Today through Sept. 4
Where: The Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center, 12 N. Eutaw St.
Why: Because the musical has won six Tony awards, and because, by all accounts, it's a visual and musical spectacle not to be missed.
Tickets: $26.50-$76.50, available at the Hippodrome's box office, via Ticketmaster at 410-547-SEAT or www.ticketmaster.com or through www.broadway acrossamerica.com
Information: www.france-mer rickpac.com