The Week's Best


April 14, 2005

Arts Trips

Sound Politics, the third of four experimental exhibits in the Baltimore Museum of Art's Cram Sessions series, explores the political dimension of pure sound. page 11


Mount Airy is home to three vineyards -- Berrywine Plantations / Linganore Wine Cellars, Elk Run Vineyards and Loew Vineyards -- which are open for tours, tastings and other events this weekend. page 16


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, featuring Oopma Loompas and Candy Kisses, opens at the Baltimore Children's Theatre on Saturday. page 26

Family Stage

"Waging Peace: Music in the Time of War" is a Catholic University of America symposium conceived by Murry Sidlin and including the premiere of Songs of the Forgotten War, a piece put together by 19 composers, including Andrew Simpson (above). page 12


Hampden's Whiskey Island Pirate Shop is a deli and bakery offering sandwiches, soups, salads and baked goods, as well as co-owner Mick Kipp's Whiskey Island products and other locally made foods. page 14


What: The Smith College Club of Baltimore's 47th annual Used Book Sale

When: Tomorrow 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m.- 6 p.m., and Sunday, noon - 5 p.m. (where everything will be half-priced) and 6 p.m.-8 p.m. (when buyers can take all they carry for $5)

Where: Exhibition Hall at the Timonium fairgrounds, at York and Timonium roads

Why: For the chance to rummage through thousands of books in more than 30 categories, or to buy sheet music, CDs, records or audio and video tapes at a reduced price. All proceeds benefit the college scholarship fund.

Admission: Free, except tomorrow, 10 a.m.-11 a.m., when a $10 donation is requested

Information: Call 410-821-6241

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