When Che Guevara was a young man, he took a motorcycle trip around South America in the 1950s with his best friend, Alberto Granado, and recorded the experiences in his memoirs. "The Motorcycle Diaries," starring Gael Garcia Bernal, is director Walter Salles's entrancing account of that long ago event. See review on Page 33.

-- Desson Thomson


Craft -- all too often the redheaded stepchild of the arts world -- gets its moment in the sun Saturday (assuming the weather holds out) as 154 artists and artisans converge on the Columbia Heights Marketplace, 14th and Irving streets NW, between 10 and 5 for the first-ever Crafty Bastards Arts and Crafts Fair. Modeled after such alternative crafts festivals as the relatively young Renegade Craft Fair of Chicago, Crafty Bastards features

traditional jewelry, painting,

photography and more. Call

202-332-2100, Ext. 337.

-- Michael O'Sullivan


Freedom to Marry is a gay and non-gay partnership looking to create marriage equality nationwide. On Tuesday, the 9:30 club hosts a benefit concert, WEDrock, emceed by Henry Rollins, who used to live here but now lives elsewhere; Bob Mould (Husker Du, Sugar), who used to live elsewhere but now lives here; comedian Sandra Bernhard; and bright light John Cameron Mitchell, creator of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch." Call 202-393-0930.

-- Richard Harrington

Gael Garcia Bernal, front, and Rodrigo de la Serna star in Walter Salles's "The Motorcycle Diaries."