Traveling art exhibit

Taking a peek into African-American art becomes easy this weekend when Glimpses of America comes to Cape May, N.J. Starting on Saturday, the traveling exhibit of 17 contemporary artists will be showcased at the Carriage House Gallery, located on the Physick Estate. Co-sponsored by the Center for Community Arts and the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts, this show will feature a variety of art forms, from paintings to sculptures to collages to tapestries and more.

Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for children ages 3-12. The show runs through April 11 and is at 1048 Washington St., Cape May. For more information, call 800-275-4278 or visit

Elvis appearance

Elvis will make an appearance in full leather pantsuit glory at Jordan's Rooftop Restaurant in Ocean City Saturday night at 9. The first Elvis sighting of 2004 will be in the form of Michael Hoover, an Elvis impersonator with more than 20 years of experience under his rhinestone belt. The event will kick off the restaurant's 2004 Rock and Roll Entertainment Series. Whether you come for the '50s-era costume or to hear old classics like "Hound Dog" and "Love Me Tender," a good time is expected for all.

Admission is $15. Jordan's Rooftop Restaurant is on the top floor of the Fenwick Inn at 138th Street and Coastal Highway, Ocean City. Call 410-250-1867.

Oil canvas art exhibit

Baltimore-born artist Michael William Kirby, whose inspiration comes from as far away as Italy, has returned to his roots to show his oil canvas work at the BlackRock Center for the Arts in Germantown. Kirby's exhibit runs now through Feb. 6.

Admission to the exhibit is free. The BlackRock Center for the Arts is at 12901 Town Commons Drive, Germantown. For more information, call 301-528-2260 or visit

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