The Week's Best

THE WEEK'S BEST

April 01, 2004

Art

This weekend, the Creative Alliance dedicates a new gallery in honor of Amalie Rothschild, a Baltimore artist and arts philanthropist. page 14

Music

Twenty years after his murder, it's still so wrong that Marvin Gaye isn't here. There's nothing to do but be thankful that we can still listen to the music he made. page 23

Family

In celebration of the dolphins' love of play, the National Aquarium in Baltimore is launching Play!, its latest full-scale dolphin show, tomorrow. page 32

PICK OF THE WEEK

Who: Dee Blackmon, Chunichi, Jihad, Roy Glenn, and other local African-American authors.

What: Sign books and discuss their novels.

When: Noon-2 p.m. today

Where: Lexington Market, 400 W. Lexington St.

Why: Because where else are you going to meet so many local authors, and have them sign their books?

Admission: Free, with books available for purchase

Information: Call 410-685-6169 or visit www.lexingtonmarket.com.

Stage

Gospel star Vickie Winans brings her musical Torn Between Two Loves to the Lyric Opera House, starting Tuesday. page 12

Eats

MemSahib in Lexington Market now offers sit-down dining after the market closes, hoping to appeal to theatergoers headed to the Hippodrome. page 16

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