The Week's Best


February 24, 2005


Highlandtown's Chicken Rico offers poultry done the Peruvian way, broiled over hot coals. page 14


Akwaaba D.C., a bed and breakfast in Washington's Dupont Circle area, offers themed rooms that honor African-American writers. page 24


This weekend, two children's plays kick off: A Little Princess at Children's Playhouse of Maryland and Callisto 5 at Imagination 12


Top Floor's Company 13 presents The 24 Experiment, in which folks come together to create and produce six short plays in the span of 24 hours. page 19


Art Maura Maguire, a former student of Grace Hartigan, has her works on display through Monday at Galerie Francoise in Green Spring Station. page 13


What: American Craft Council Baltimore Show

When: 10 a.m.-9 p.m. tomorrow, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday

Where: Baltimore Convention Center, 1 W. Pratt St.

Why: Because this is the big one. And, well, you can't resist shopping for crafts. And because a whopping 650 artists will be showing their wares, from functional and sculptural clay, glass, metal and wood objects to fine jewelry. There will also be seminars, walking tours, fashion modeling and artist exhibits.

Tickets: $12; free for those under 12. Two-day pass is $18.

Information: Visit / baltimore or call 410-583-5401.

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