The Week's Best

THE WEEK'S BEST

July 08, 2004

Music

Former Brand New Heavies singer N'dea Davenport is working on a new album and appears on a new compilation called Bridge to Havana. page 21

Eats

Fresh Fresh Seafood lives up to its name, as your food isn't cooked until after you order. That means a wait, but it's usually worth it. page 13

Scene

The long-established happy hour at Peter's Pour House turns Water Street into a downtown block party every Friday night. The event is a favorite of the young men and women pouring out of the financial district office buildings. page 30

PICK OF THE WEEK

What: Enduring Metal -- hair metal heroes Dokken and L.A. Guns rawk out

When: Tonight at 8

Where: Thunderdome, 3612 S. Hanover St.

Why: Because if you need proof that '80s metal just won't die, here it is. (And for still more proof, check out Saturday's show by Bad Hair Day, a retro tribute band, at the club.)

Tickets: $20

Information: Call 410-354-4700 or visit www.thunderdomeonline.com

-- Sarah Schaffer

Outside

Catch movies and fresh air -- and camaraderie -- as the sixth annual Little Italy Open-Air Film Festival continues this summer. page 27

Stage

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's Summer Wine and MusicFest serves up the fruits of the vine as well as a variety of themed musical programming. page 29

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