The Week's Best

THE WEEK'S BEST

October 07, 2004

Art

Calder / Miro, a delightful new exhibit at the Phillips Collection, traces the influence the two artists had on each other from 1920s Paris to 1950s Manhattan, page 12

Family

Halloween is coming up sooner than you think, so get into the spirit with a ghost walk, either locally or regionally. Check out our roundup of spooky tours, page 28

Music

Brenda Russell, best known for her 1988 smash "Piano in the Dark," is back with her best album in years: Between the Sun and the Moon, page 23

Stage

Linda Powell (daughter of Colin) takes to the stage at Washington's Kennedy Center as part of the cast of On Golden Pond, also starring James Earl Jones and Leslie Uggams, page 11

Trips

Camp David is probably the most famous attraction in Thurmont, but because usually only presidents and dignitaries get through the front door, visit the other attractions in the area instead, page 18

PICK OF THE WEEK

What: 35th Annual Maryland Oktoberfest

Where: Fifth Regiment Armory at Howard and 29th Division streets

When: noon-11 p.m. Saturday and noon-8 p.m. Sunday

Why: Go for the food (bratwurst or dumplings) or the music (polka or oom-pah). Oh, or the beer (plentiful and German).

Admission: $6 for adults and free for children under 12

Admission: www.md-germans.org / oktoberfest2004.htm

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