The Week's Best

THE WEEK'S BEST

January 15, 2004|By Sun Staff

Trips

Aviation sites -- including College Park's Aviation Museum -- mark the 100th anniversary of flight all year. page 18.

Stage

Director Bill Alexander talks about the Shakespeare Theatre's production of Henry 1V, Part 1, which stars Christopher Kelly as Prince Hal and Keith Baxter in the titular role. page 12.

Outside

Prepare for outdoor treks to Kenya, Nepal or Peru -- or just stay in shape -- practicing rock climbing at Earth Treks facilities in Timonium and Columbia. page 30.

PICK OF THE WEEK

What: "Maryland's First Silver: Eighteenth-Century Annapolis Silver," an exhibit that's part of the Historic Annapolis Antiques Show

When: Tomorrow-Sunday

Where: E. Leslie Medford Armory on Hudson Street in Annapolis

Why: Because now is your chance to see some state artifacts, including these two teaspoons, given to the Historic Annapolis Foundation by Mrs. J.M.P. Wright in 1979, up close and in person.

Tickets: You can view the exhibit with entrance to the show, for which tickets are $8.

Information: www.annapolis.org or 410-267-8146

Music

Amel Larrieux's Infinite Possibilities served as a reminder of hope, and now, her new album, Bravebird, which stitches together progressive jazz, drum 'n' bass, ambient music, house and modern soul, drops on Tuesday. page 21.

Eats

Sports is what matters most at Columbia Ale House -- as proven by its large TVs, as well as pool tables and a dart room. But diners can still tell that food is on the list of priorities. page 14.

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