The Week's Best

THE WEEK'S BEST

February 10, 2005

Scene

The Baltimore Blues Society, celebrating its second decade, brings Lou Pride (pictured) and Tad Robinson to the stage this weekend. page 18

Music

Despite its angsty name, Tortured Soul delivers house music that has unexpected warmth and a soothing feel. page 21

Stage

The United States Marine Band, preparing for a performance at Morgan State, has its first female assistant director, First Lieutenant Michelle A. Rakers. page 14

Eats

Ships Cafe in Catonsville is home to such familiar standbys as crab fluff, crab cakes and crab dip, but that's only the beginning of its crab-based offerings. page 15

Arts

French artist Francoise Issaly creates works in which she tries to examine the difficulties in "in-between" spaces. page 13

PICK OF THE WEEK

What: Mid-Atlantic International Motorcycle show

When: Tomorrow and Saturday 10 a.m.-9 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Where: Cow Palace, Maryland State Fairgrounds, Timonium

Why: Because in addition to seeing bike exhibits and vendors, folks from the Discovery Channel's Biker Build-Off will be there. Oh, and a fashion show and a tattoo contest are also on the schedule.

Admission: $15, kids under 15 get in free with a paying adult.

Information: www.cycleshow.net

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