The Week's Best

THE WEEK'S BEST

February 05, 2004

F.Y.I.

Learn about the area's music scene one group at a time in LIVE's new feature, "Meet the Band." First up: Karmella's Game. page 5

Scene

You've got The Ring for The One, but not The Location for The Proposal? Listen to us, and you'll be engaged by Valentine's Day (not that we're making any guarantees). Bonus: Propose at the ice rink, and join the annual "Wedding on Ice," this year taking place at the Harbor Point rink. page 28

Art

Baltimore Museum of Art's Pablo Picasso: Surrealism and the War Years 1926-1946 helps explain the artist's achievement and its permanence. page 14

Eats

Potbelly doesn't have the longest menu in the world (or even just in Annapolis), but it does have tasty sandwiches, a multitude of desserts and a quaint atmosphere. page 15

PICK OF THE WEEK

What: "Comics Weekend: A Symposium on an Art Form" features comics artists, art historians, critics and commentators, presented in conjunction with the Maryland Institute College of Art exhibit Comics on the Verge

When: Tomorrow-Sunday

Where: MICA's Mount Royal Station Auditorium at 1400 Cathedral St., across Mount Royal Avenue from the Lyric Opera House

Why: Because comic books get serious treatment at such presentations as "Building Modern Myths in Comics and Film" and "Identity Perspectives in Comics"

Information: 410-225-2300 or www.mica.edu / comics

Admission: Free

Stage

Mum Puppettheatre's Measuring Man, written and performed by Daniel Stein and Robert Smythe, comes to the Theatre Project. page 12

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