The Week's Best


March 04, 2004


Maryland Art Place offers several exhibits that, taken together, showcase a group of artists -- sculptors Adam Bradley, Patrick Burke and Erik Sandberg; Kay Hwang and Lila Snow -- at various stages in their careers. page 13.


Sonar's weekly electro-industrial dance event known as Kommencement continues to draw a larger crowd after outgrowing its original home at the Depot Club. page 28.


Wynton Marsalis' new album, The Magic Hour, which comes out Tuesday, reflects the many influences in the musician's life. page 20.


In a Reisterstown Road strip mall, you'll find Thai Orient, where owner Paul Chot modifies the recipes from his native Thailand by toning down the spice and bumping up the sweetness. page 14.


Percussive dance ensemble Footworks kicks off its 25th season with a hometown performance at Annapolis' Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. page 12.


What: The Baltimore Ice Rink at Harbor Point extends its season

Where: In Fells Point, at South Caroline, Thames and Block streets

When: Originally scheduled to close last Sunday, the rink will be open through this Sunday.

Why: Because this could be your last chance for outdoor ice skating in the city until next winter.

Tickets: $4-$5 for skating, depending on the day, $3 for skate rental and $3 for parking

Information: To confirm weather conditions and operating hours, call 410-522-3213. For more information, visit

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