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The Week's Best

April 17, 2003


Futurama, Volume I brings the quirky, semi-caustic world of Matt Groening's non-Simpsons characters back to the small screen. The defunct series revolves around a pizza boy who is in a cryogenics accident and awakens in the year 3000. page 13.


On the hunt for a spring activity? Celebrate Easter and Passover with a number of city events, including an Easter egg hunt at Rockfield Manor. page 42.


The Kennedy Center offers a work by the original king of comedy, William Shakespeare, as the Royal Shakespeare Company kicks off its residency there with a performance of As You Like It. page 14.


It's last call, but you're not ready to go home yet? Check out some places, including Kobe Teppan and Sushi on Charles Street, where you can keep on dancing until the sun rises. page 34.


What: Former Texas governor Ann Richards, speaking as part of the Smart Talk Women's Lecture Series

Where: Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, 1212 Cathedral St.

When: Monday night at 7:30

Why: You never know what this outspoken Texan, who is the very definition of firebrand, is going to say. We're not sure she does, either.

Tickets: Start at $34. Call the Meyerhoff at 410-783-8000. Information:

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