The Week's Best


December 04, 2003


X-2: X-Men United is an upgrade on its predecessor, already one of the more cohesive and intelligent of all the comic-book-to-screen mutations. Page 10


Even with a facelift, the Golden West is still the nonconformist teen-ager it always was, serving unlikely combinations to a mostly local crowd. Page 18


Missy Elliott blends rap, soul, R&B and dance grooves on her new album, This Is Not a Test! which actually improves on her last work, the critically acclaimed Under Construction. Page 28


Jagged Edge continues to work its thug lover image in the new CD Hard. While the songs are neither subtle nor particularly inspiring, the guys' voices still make it work. Page 27


In New Market, the unofficial antiques capital of Maryland, visitors can find interesting treasures, tasty destination dining and tons of charm. Page 24

Pick of the week:

What: Maryland Jazz Summit 2003, featuring flutist Bobbi Humphrey and her band

Where: Walters Art Museum, 600 N. Charles St. (enter at Center Street Atrium)

When: Tomorrow night at 7

Why: Because the event benefits Adopt a Kid 4 Jazz & Sports, and features a silent auction, tour of the Eternal Egypt exhibit, and food by Southern Blues Downtown and Sascha's on Charles Street.

Tickets: $25

Call: 410-669-1402 for reservations

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