The Week's Best

THE WEEK'S BEST

May 20, 2004

Arts

Sergio A. Fernandez's large color photographs, being shown at Gallery International, examine utilitarian spaces -- impersonal hallways, corridors, stairwells, ramps and the like. page 14

PICK OF THE WEEK

What: Annapolis Gallery Assocation's Third Thursday event

When: Today, more than a dozen Annapolis galleries will stay open until 9 p.m., with some offering refreshments for visitors.

Where: All around the historic town.

Why: Because you'll get a chance to enjoy the natural beauty of the picturesque seaport while appreciating the creativity of local and regional artists.

Admission: free

Information: Call 410-267-7077 or check out the Third Thursday walking map at www.artinannapolis.com.

Scene

Before Bohager's gets torn down in the fall, owners have turned it into Parrot Island at Bohager's, an open-air, beach-themed nightspot, to give the space a last hurrah. page 29

Music

After 10 years, Teena Marie returns to recording with the album La Dona. It's not her best, but Marie's voice is still evocative. page 23

Eats

Harvest Table is a sunny, welcoming spot in Tide Point that offers fresh-baked muffins, made-from-scratch soups and a tantalizing roster of salads and sandwiches. page 15

Stage

The 1928 silent film The Passion of Joan of Arc will be accompanied by an oratorio written for it in 1994, performed by the Choral Arts Society and the Anonymous 4, at the Meyerhoff on Sunday. page 12

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