Trips Frederick County's Sugarloaf Mountain offers more...

THE WEEK'S BEST

February 17, 2005

Trips

Frederick County's Sugarloaf Mountain offers more than just unobstructed views and rocky hiking trails -- it has a sense of history, too. page 28

Outside

Always wanted to feel in control of a plane? Freeway Airport offers introductory flights -- as well as longer flying lessons -- that give students the chance to play pilot. page 24

Scene

The ambience at special events doesn't develop on its own. At a number of local clubs, the company Cyber-Quest is responsible for designing the atmosphere. page 14

Stage

Center Stage's musical production of Two Gentlemen of Verona has a rocking score and a conductor whose experience belies his mere 30 years. page 12

PICK OF THE WEEK

What: Screening of Chisholm '72 -- Unbought and Unbossed, the story of Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm's presidential campaign.

When: Tomorrow night at 7:30

Where: Walters Art Museum, 600 N. Charles St.

Why: Because this screening (and the showing of Lift at the same time next week) continues the museum's celebration of Black History Month. Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele and Shola Lynch, director of Chisholm '72 and a nominee for an Independent Spirit Award, host tomorrow night's event.

Tickets: $8-$10 per film or $14-$18 for a series pass, available by calling 410-547-9000, ext. 237

Information: www.thewalters.org

Eats

The newest Greene Turtle -- this one in Towson -- is aiming to appeal to both families and sports bar fans. page 17

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