1. Artscape
How much do I love Artscape? Even though it practically invades my neighborhood, I'm still on speaking terms with it. Boasting boatloads of arts (including the artcars, left, photo from BOP), music, general handicraftiness and good food, "America's largest free arts festival" is a three-day sight to behold. Friday-Sunday, Mount Vernon, Mount Royal and Station North. artscape.org. JORDAN BARTEL, B

2. Free yoga series
Charm City Yoga offers classes at West Shore Park at the Inner Harbor. Relax and enjoy the view as well as the price. All they ask is a donation toward a charity they choose. 9-10 a.m. Saturday. AUBREY FORNWALT, B


3. 2010 MLB All-Star Game
Can't make the trip out to Los Angeles to root on the Orioles' lone All-Star, Ty Wigginton? Tune in Tuesday night. Bonus: The always-entertaining Home Run Derby will be televised Monday night. 8 p.m. Tuesday, WBFF/Fox MATT VENSEL, B

4. Knockaround sunglasses

In 2005, Adam “Ace” Moyer left the D.C. suburbs for San Diego to start this affordable sunglasses company. My favorite model, Ace on Base ($14), sports frames that look like a hybrid of Oakley Frogskins and Wayfarers.


5. 'Inception'

I’ve never seen a Christopher Nolan (“The Dark Knight,” “Memento”) movie I didn’t like. Toss in Leonardo DiCaprio as the star and you got yourself one hell of a movie. Oh yeah, and it’s about freaky dreams and people doing stuff within them. Good enough for me. Opens Friday.


6. Reggae wine festival

A visit to a winery called the Rasta Ranch was the worst wine experience of my life (sample wine: Ja’maca Me Blush). I’m hoping that the appearance of reggae bands at this fest doesn’t portend poorly. Gates open 11 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. Linganore Wine Cellars, 13601 Glissans Mill Road, Mount Airy. $15.

Anne Tallent, b

7. 'The Hills' series finale

As the show wraps for good, let’s think only of the good times — Lauren (right, photo by AP) and Heidi’s massive Les Deux fight, Brody Jenner douching it up on the daily and Audrina’s dead eyes staring right through our soul. 10 p.m. Tuesday, MTV.


8. Tommy Keene, Tommy Keene You Hear Me


A two-CD, career-spanning collection of the Bethesda-born power-popper’s gems. The retrospective will make you wish these old songs had been a part of your life all along. Out Tuesday.


9. M.I.A., /\/\/\Y/\

So the “Born Free” video was a bust. So what? M.I.A. is still one of the most interesting and invigorating artists around. Drops Tuesday.

Anne Tallent, b

10. 'Millennium: The Story'

If you’re a fan of Stieg Larsson’s “Millennium” trilogy (“The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo,” et al), this free screening of a French documentary about Larsson’s life is a must. 7 p.m. Monday. The Charles Theatre, 1711 N. Charles St., Station North.