A caption accompanying a photo of a boat in the Jan. 21 Weekend section incorrectly identified which boat show the vessel would be shown at. It will be at the Washington Boat Show, Feb. 17-21. The photo also was incorrectly credited; it was supplied by TJS Productions. (Published 01/25/2000)

The Week of Jan. 28

More than 100 exhibitors will display more than 400 fishing boats, ski boats, runabouts and motoryachts at the National Capital Boat Show, Jan. 27-30 at the Capital Expo Center on Willard Road in Chantilly. Call 703/802-0066 or 800/441-0013. * The Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra and saxophonist/flutist James Moody present two free concerts--"A Bebop Celebration in the New Millennium"--on Jan. 28 and 29 in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall. Free tickets have been distributed, but unclaimed seats will be released at showtime. 202/467-4600 (TDD: 202/416-8524).

The Week of Feb. 4

More than 300 images by African American photographers, spanning 150 years, are featured Feb. 4 through June 30 at the "African American Photography" exhibit at the Smithsonian's Arts and Industries Building. Call 202/357-4500. * Marching bands, lion and dragon dancers, clowns and other performers star in the Chinese New Year Parade, Feb. 6 in Chinatown. Before the parade, lion dancers and drummers will entertain at a stage on H Street near Sixth Street NW. 202/638-1041. * The stars of "Toy Story" come to life Feb. 8-13 when the lavish ice spectacular Walt Disney World on Ice skates into MCI Center. Call 202/432-7328. * The first U.S. retrospective of paintings by the late Mexican surrealist Remedios Varo opens Feb. 10 and runs through May 29 at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Call 202/783-5000.

The Week of Feb. 11

The Sterling & Reid Brothers Circus, a small traveling circus, performs Feb. 11 at the Patriot Center in Fairfax. Call 202/432-7328. * Abraham Lincoln's birthday is celebrated at noon Feb. 12 with a wreath-laying, military bands and a dramatic reading of Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address" at the Lincoln Memorial. Call 202/619-7222. * More than 200 juried professional artists will sell their creations at the Cabin Fever Festival, Feb. 12-13 at the Frederick Fairgrounds in Frederick. Call 301/898-5466. * A wreath-laying ceremony, musical tributes and other activities are planned to commemorate the birthday of the abolitionist Frederick Douglass, Feb. 14 at the Frederick Douglass Memorial Site. Call 202/426-5961.


Tickets go on sale Saturday at 10 from Ticketmaster for a show by LFO, Boyz-N-Girlz, SK8 and Hoku, appearing March 2 at Nation. They cost $17.50 plus service charges; call 202/432-7328.



On stage soon, on sale now: "Dinah Was," an off-Broadway musical about pop diva Dinah Washington, at the Arena Stage Kreeger Theatre Jan. 28 through March 26 ($37 to $50; 202/488-3300); "Forever Ivor," a portrait of 1930s British stage actor Ivor Novello, by Interact Theatre Company at the Arena Stage Old Vat Theatre, Feb. 2-27 ($25 to $30; 703/218-6500); and comic magicians Penn & Teller, visiting Baltimore's Lyric Opera House Feb. 1 to 6 ($15 to $39.50; 202/432-7328 or 410/481-7328).


Opening Feb. 1 at the Federal Reserve Board: "MoneyMaking, The Fine Art of Currency at the Millennium" presents a survey exhibition of 23 contemporary artists who incorporate the image of paper money (and in some cases actual money) in their work. 202/452-3686.


In the darkly comic thriller "Eye of the Beholder," opening Jan. 28, Ewan McGregor plays a private detective tailing--and occasionally protecting--a mysterious woman (Ashley Judd) who travels around the country unaware of his presence.


Closing on stage this weekend: A touring production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," at Baltimore's Lyric Opera House ($15 to $55; 202/432-7328 or 410/481-7328). * This weekend is your last chance to visit "Renoir to Rothko: The Eye of Duncan Phillips," at the Phillips Collection (202/387-2151); and "Peter Collingwood: Master Weaver," at the Textile Museum (202/667-0441).


With a disproportionate number of Americans cocooning in front of the Super Bowl this weekend, we take a look at that TV watcher's throne: the recliner.


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