The Week's Best


March 11, 2004


Dougherty's Pub's prices and atmosphere are as unpretentious as its menu. The Chase Street bar draws a crowd nearly every night. page 13


Acclaimed violist William Primrose is the subject of a tribute concert by Peter Minkler (below). page 12


Learn to dance -- or show off years of fancy footwork -- at a variety of salsa clubs and classes. page 30


The new gallery 3South -- located in the Station North Arts District -- is, in the words of co-founder Jill Abelli, a "raw space" dedicated to creativity. Eye Candi is the gallery's first show. page 17


In his nearly 50-year career, jazz singer-pianist Andy Bey has never gotten the attention he deserved, but he's not bitter. A new album showcases his stylish voice. page 23


What: "Feast, Famine, and the Female Form" tour and workshop, which examines the changes in the standards in beauty, as evidenced by artworks from many ages and cultures.

Where: The Baltimore Museum of Art on Art Museum Drive at North Charles and 31st streets

When: Sunday 2 p.m.-4 p.m.

Why: Because you can see a diverse collection of paintings and sculptures from a different point of view.

Tickets: Free with museum admission: $7 for adults, $5 for seniors age 65 and older, and free for children 18 and under

Info: 410-396-6322 or visit

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