The Week's Best


January 22, 2004


York, Pa., is home to a Harley-Davidson plant, where visitors can see how the famous cycles are put together. page 24.


It's been quite a few years since Phyllis Hyman died, but her sound still resonates, particularly on BMG's new anthology of her work. page 19.


It's time again to celebrate the Chinese New Year with the annual parade outside Grace and St. Peter's Church on Park Avenue. page 26.


Running in the cold isn't a favorite of some athletes, but for others, the chill is invigorating -- and makes springtime runs feel like a piece of cake. page 28.


A revamping has led to some changes, but the Woman's Industrial Exchange still maintains its cherished atmosphere. Even with a few new items on the menu, the chicken salad, deviled eggs and tomato aspic remain the biggest draws. page 14.


What: The 50th annual Chesapeake Bay Boat show, with the latest advances in boating and fishing products.

When: Saturday-Feb. 1; times vary.

Where: Baltimore Convention Center, 1 W. Pratt St.

Why: Because even though it's cold outside, maybe the sight of boats will make spring seem a little closer.

Tickets: Admission is $8 for adults and $4 for children; children age 5 and under enter free.

Information: 410-649-7360 or / chesapeake

-- Nina Sukonchenko

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