The Week's Best

THE WEEK'S BEST

April 29, 2004

Stage

The life story of Clara Schumann is typically overshadowed by that of her husband, German composer Robert Schumann, or her close friend, Johannes Brahms. A new opera brings her journey to the forefront. page 12

Trips

Spoutwood Farm, near Glen Rock, Pa., is home to the May Day Fairie Festival, which takes place this weekend. page 18

DVDs

Catch the second season of the Golden Globe-winning comedy The Office, starring Ricky Gervais as the boss you hope never, ever to have inflicted upon you. page 7

Music

New CDs -- one from Diana Krall and one a compendium of neo-soul groups -- bring a breath of fresh air to the musical scene. page 23

Eats

Italy meets the Middle East at Egyptian Pizza in Belvedere Square. page 14

PICK OF THE WEEK

What: Towsontown Spring Festival

When: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m.-6 p.m. Sunday.

Where: In the heart of Towson surrounding the courthouse.

Why: Because kids can be entertained by clowns and pony rides, while adults can listen to great music as they view antique cars and great art.

Admission: Free

Information: Call 410-825-1144 or visit www.towsontownspring festival.com.

-- Greg Romano

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