The Week's Best

THE WEEK'S BEST

February 12, 2004

Trips

Make an escape without leaving the city by visiting one of Baltimore's bed and breakfasts. Among them is Abacrombie Fine Food and Accommodations on Biddle Street. page 20

Art

Much of Milton Avery's acclaim came after his death in 1965, but a new show at the Phillips Collection in Washington shows the collections amassed during his lifetime by two of his supporters. page 15

Eats

Take time for a spot of tea at Tea on the Tiber, which provides its treats in a charming atmosphere on Main Street in Ellicott City. page 16

Music

It's the most romantic time of year (or so we're told), so check out some suggestions for CDs to set the mood. page 23

PICK OF THE WEEK

What: Futureman and the Isaiah Williams Project in concert

When: Wednesday at 8 p.m.

Where: The Funk Box, 10 E. Cross St.

Why: Because Williams, a 9-year-old drumming prodigy from the Baltimore area, teamed up with Futureman, a ground-breaking percussionist who invented the "Drumitar," and this will surely be an experience.

Tickets: $10 in advance and $12 day of concert

Information: 410-625 2000

Outside

If you're a beginning snowboarder, you're going to fall. Accept it now and move on, with some help from our list of tips for newbie boarders. page 30

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