Soup's OnTwelve local restaurants will arm themselves with...

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October 02, 1994|By Lisa Wiseman

Soup's On

Twelve local restaurants will arm themselves with kitchen ladles and battle it out at the Old Bay Crab Soup Stakes this Wednesday at the Harborplace amphitheater. Among the rivals will be two-time winner Windows, Hampton's, Phillips, the Rusty Scupper, Berry & Elliot's and City Lights. Sample everyone's soup and then vote for your favorite. The event starts at noon, just in time for lunch. Bring your own oyster crackers.

Old Bay Crab Soup Stakes, Harborplace amphitheater, noon to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday. Free. Call (410) 332-4191.

Andy Warhol was one pop personality whose fame lasted much longer than the allotted 15 minutes. Come see if it should have at the Baltimore Film Forum's series of Warhol movies taking place throughout this month at the Baltimore Museum of Art. The series coincides with the opening of the BMA's new wing for modern art, which includes acquisitions of works by late artist/filmmaker. The films to be shown are "My Hustler," "Bike Boy" and "The Chelsea Girls." All three are typical Warhol -- a little outlandish, somewhat risque, devilishly enjoyable.

Warhol Film Series, Baltimore Museum of Art. "My Hustler," 8 p.m. Oct. 7. "Bike Boy," 8 p.m. Oct. 14. "The Chelsea Girls," 7 p.m. Oct. 15. Admission is $5, $4 for members, seniors and students. Call (410) 889-1993.

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