The Week's Best

THE WEEK'S BEST

April 08, 2004

Art

Robert Noonan has taken many a photograph of Ladew Topiary Gardens -- now, about 20 of his pictures are on display in Ladew II, at Galerie Francoise in Lutherville. page 13

Eats

An excellent assortment of dim sum -- Cantonese-style noshes -- is available at Chinatown Cafe. page 14

Trips

Barracks Row in Washington is yet another area of the city experiencing a renaissance, in part helped by its monthly Second Saturday events. page 18

Outside

Fells Point Preservation Society offers twice-monthly tours of the area through Oct. 23. page 28

Music

Urban sextet Seek, based in Atlanta, doesn't worry about its lack of radio play -- they've gotten buzz from the Internet and old-fashioned word-of-mouth. page 20

PICK OF THE WEEK

What: Johns Hopkins Film Festival 2004

When: Today-Sunday

Where: Shriver Hall, 3400 N. Charles St.

Why: See such films as Velvet Goldmine and Tarheels and Short Skirts, as well as some student works and many others.

Tickets: $3 per film, $5 per day or $15 for a festival pass. Hopkins students, faculty and employees get in free with Hopkins ID.

Information: See the most updated schedule of films at www.jhu.edu / jhufilm / fest

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