The Week's Best

THE WEEK'S BEST

October 09, 2003|By Sun Staff

Eats

Roland Park's Stone Mill Bakery Cafe offers breads and baked goods from the bakery of the same name, as well as many choices for healthful eating -- from a vinegar-based chicken salad to nonfat vegetarian soups. page 18.

Stage

Pro Musica Rara, with a new artistic director (Allen Whear) and a new venue, aims to recapture the sounds of the past without becoming completely consumed with the idea of authenticity. page 14.

FOR THE RECORD - An item in yesterday's Live! section gave the wrong date for the annual Maryland Million horse race. The race is scheduled for 12:35 p.m. Saturday at Laurel Park. More information about the race can be found in today's Sports section, Page 8d. The Sun regrets the error.

Outside

This year's Federal Hill Street Beat Festival, the third, was organized to attract the attention of families, potential homeowners and local business people. Fifteen bands are scheduled to play. page 34.

PICK OF THE WEEK

What: Maryland Million Day, the third biggest day of horse racing in Maryland behind Preakness and Pimlico Special days

Where: Laurel Park, off of Route 198 on Race Track Rd.

When: Post time is today at 12:35 p.m.

Why: The Maryland Million is a one-day stakes program that offers purses totaling $1 million, which is restricted to the nominated offspring of nominated stallions standing in the state.

Information: General parking is free and regular admission is $3. Call Laurel Park at 410-792-7775 or call the Maryland Million office at 410-252-2100 or visit www.marylandthoroughbred.com/million.

-- Julia Furlong

Trips

Swimming's not really an option right now, but there are still plenty of things to do in Cape May, N.J., including visiting the Washington Street Mall, the Cape May County Park & Zoo or Wildwood Boardwalk. page 22.

Art

The features of the Baltimore Museum of Art's exhibit Work Ethic range from salad-making to temporary tattoos to becoming a sculpture. page 16.

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