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When people ask her how she’s feeling, they really want to know A Virginia woman following a feeling bought 30 lottery tickets with the same numbers and won $150,000. Deborah Brown says she purchased 20 Pick 4 tickets with the numbers 1-0-3-1 after seeing those numbers “a couple of times during the day.” She then bought 10 more because she was really feeling it. The number combination won the Feb. 11 drawing and each ticket was worth $5,000. Brown says she “nearly had a heart attack.” (AP) TOUGH LOVE

Woman goes to extreme lengths to learn her family kinda sucks A Slovenian woman who deliberately cut off her left hand with a circular saw to collect insurance money faces up to eight years in prison. Police say the woman, helped by relatives, had hoped to claim nearly 400,000 euros. She said she had been cutting tree branches when she severed her hand just above the wrist. Family members left the hand behind to ensure the disability was permanent. But doctors found it and sewed it back on. (AP) NURSERY RHYME UPDATE

And this little piggy cried ‘wee, wee, wee’ onto the internet A California Highway Patrol officer came to the aid of newborns this week, but it was a bit different than the usual story. Officer A. Montano responded Monday to a disabled vehicle in Sacramento. It turned out the driver was on her way to a veterinary hospital with a couple of newborn piglets. The officer stayed with her until help arrived. A photo posted to Facebook shows him cuddling one of the tiny pink porkers. (AP)

BRINGING ITS AI GAME: An artificial intelligence gamer plays the video game Super XEVIOUS on the SXSW Trade Show floor in Austin, Texas, on Tuesday. The AI gamer mimics human emotions and learns from its mistakes as it plays.

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THE DISTRICT An interactive sculpture by Mexican-Canadian artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer is coming to downtown D.C. in spring 2020. The 20-foot-tall piece, “Speaking Willow,” will greet visitors as they enter the courtyard of Planet Word Museum, a new, language-focused museum, which will occupy the historic Franklin School at 13th and K streets NW. The tree-shaped sculpture will consist of motion-activated speakers that murmur poems, songs and sayings in 500 different languages. “As you walk underneath, you activate the speakers overhead, and they light up and create a kind of fragile but sweet and romantic atmosphere,” LozanoHemmer says. The piece was commissioned and donated by Planet Word founder Ann Friedman, a philanthropist and retired reading teacher.

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“My idea was that the fun with words and language should start even before people go inside the museum walls,” Friedman says. “Speaking Willow” is LozanoHemmer’s first permanent installation in the United States. Three temporary pieces of his — “Pulse Room,” “Pulse Index” and “Pulse Tank” — are on view at the Hirshhorn through April 28. All three pieces capture visitors’ heartbeats and transform them into communal, mercurial

Fans of Ruth Bader Ginsburg will celebrate the Supreme Court justice’s birthday this week — by paying homage to her exercise routine. The Outrage, an activist apparel company on the 14th Street corridor, has organized an event called Plank Like RBG, to celebrate the justice’s birthday. This Friday, as Ginsburg turns 86, people will gather on the steps of the Supreme Court to plank as a group. (EXPRESS)

works of art. Both his “Pulse” series and “Speaking Willow” underscore the importance of acknowledging our shared humanity, Lozano-Hemmer says. “For me, what’s important is to highlight our diversity and our unity,” he says. “I want the tree to be a reminder that all of these different human tongues are intimately interconnected, and that we are all part of the same worldwide family.” SADIE DINGFELDER (EXPRESS)

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Esports pop-up bar is headed to the District A future pop-up bar will be themed around the growing world of esports. “Levels Unlocked: House of DC Heroes” will open late this summer in a Shaw bar space that has housed other pop-ups, Washingtonian reported. This pop-up will focus on local Overwatch, NBA2K and Smash Bros. teams. (EXPRESS)

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On March 16, 2016, Metro shut down for an entire day for emergency safety inspections. The shutdown came after a March 14, 2016, fire on the tracks that was caused by similar issues that led to a fatal 2015 fire.

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Vote sets up pay showdown Minimum wage bill gets initial OK in Senate, but GOP governor still wary

Supporters of a $15 minimum wage rally Wednesday in Annapolis.

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MARYLAND The Maryland Senate gave initial approval Wednesday to legislation raising the minimum wage for most workers to $15 by 2025, a victory for progressives that sets up a possible showdown with Republican Gov. Larry Hogan. A final vote is likely by the end of the week. The left wing of the Maryland Democratic Party has pushed for years to increase the hourly minimum wage across the state, but past bills never made it out of committee. A wave of progressive victories in the 2018 elections significantly increased support for a $15 minimum in Annapolis this year. Still, the bills’ prospects only solidified when the more centrist Democrats who lead the House and Senate gave their stamp of approval, adding the legislation to their 2019 agendas. Both chambers have made significant changes to the bills, with the House of Delegates delaying implementation from 2023 to 2025 and exempting some workers, and the Senate giving companies with fewer than 15 employees until 2028 to reach the higher wage. Senators were debating possible additional amendments to the bill Wednesday evening. The modifications have not been enough to placate Hogan, who wrote in a letter last week

The state Senate, led by Thomas V. Miller, advanced the $15 wage increase.

to Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., D-Calvert, and House Speaker Michael E. Busch, D-Anne Arundel, that the legislation would hurt businesses and make the state less competitive with its neighbors. The governor proposed raising the minimum wage, currently $10.10, to $12.10 by 2022, and asked the legislature not to increase it further unless surrounding states reach a combined average of 80 percent of

‘X’ gender IDs approved Maryland appears poised to join the growing number of states that issue gender-neutral driver’s licenses, under legislation that won final passage in the General Assembly on Wednesday. The bill lets applicants select “X” as their gender, rather than “M” for male or “F” for female. Gov. Larry Hogan, R, has not taken a position on whether he will sign the bill, which passed both chambers of the Democratic-majority legislature by veto-proof majorities. (TWP)

Maryland’s wage. (The minimum wage is $7.25 in Virginia and Pennsylvania, and $8.75 in Delaware and West Virginia, according to the National Council of State Legislatures.) Miller told his colleagues on Monday that Hogan has threatened to veto the $15 wage legislation if it reaches his desk. The House version of the bill passed 96-44, more than enough votes to override a veto. The initial approval in the Senate came by voice vote; it is unclear how many votes the bill will get when it is up for final passage. Differences between the two versions of the legislation would have to be reconciled through a conference committee made up of House and Senate members. The bill would then go to the governor, who would have to decide whether to sign it, veto it or let it become law without his signature. On Wednesday, proponents of the $15 minimum said they were pleased even with the modified versions of the bill, and would focus on ensuring its final passage and pressuring Hogan to sign it. “We were hoping that we would get to $15 by 2023, but I think we’re at a point where we are looking forward and excited that hundreds of thousands of low-income workers are getting a much-needed and long-overdue raises,” said Riccara Jones of the Fight for $15 Coalition. “We’re hoping the Senate and the House will reject the governor’s proposal and move forward with what’s on the table right now.” OVETTA WIGGINS (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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Former Maryland Gov. Hughes dies at 92

Harry R. Hughes, who as Maryland governor brought a tone of order and propriety to the state government after the scandal-ridden administrations of Spiro T. Agnew and Marvin Mandel, died Wednesday at his home in Denton, Md. He was 92. Hughes, a Democrat, was Maryland’s chief executive from 1979 to 1987. In a statement on Hughes’ passing, Gov. Larry Hogan called Hughes “a longtime friend and Maryland legend whom I deeply admired.” (TWP/AP)

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GSA chief: Trump played no role to keep FBI in city President Trump had no role in deciding to keep the FBI headquarters downtown, General Services Administration chief Emily W. Murphy told Congress on Wednesday. Murphy also said she was not aware of any discussions regarding the Trump hotel, which is down the street from the headquarters, and how it might be affected if the current FBI headquarters were replaced by private development. Democrats have alleged that Trump inserted himself into the planning — a rarity for a president — to prevent the J. Edgar Hoover Building from being replaced by a hotel that could compete with his. (TWP) THE DISTRICT

City drops suit against hospital over closure The attorney general of D.C. has dropped a lawsuit against an area hospital and its owner that was meant to prevent the hospital from ending most services. A judge dismissed the case against Providence Hospital and Ascension Health last week after D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine filed a motion to dismiss it. Racine’s motion said his office was satisfied with plans submitted by the hospital. The 283-bed hospital plans to close by April 30. It’s currently operating an emergency department, inpatient beds and other services. (AP/TWP) VIRGINIA

Statewide tornado drill will be held Tuesday State emergency management officials will conduct Virginia’s annual statewide tornado drill next week. The drill will start at approximately 9:45 a.m. Tuesday with a test tornado warning. Local radio stations, TV stations and cable outlets will broadcast the test message via the Emergency Alert System. In 2018, 31 confirmed tornadoes touched down in Virginia from January through November. (AP)

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National Zoo gets OK to add fencing THE DISTRICT The National Zoo said Wednesday that it received permission last week from the National Capital Planning Commission to proceed with a controversial plan to extend security fencing around its complex. T h e z o o , c i t i n g s a fe t y

concerns, plans to reduce its pedestrian entrances from 13 to six and add 4,700 feet to its existing perimeter fence. Some of the new fencing would be strong enough to prevent vehicle “ramming,” the zoo has said. In a statement, officials said there are “no plans for permanent, year-round visitor screening.” Construction should begin late this year, a zoo official said. Critics have complained the fencing would cut off the zoo from

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the surrounding neighborhoods. “Please do not wall off our national zoo from the community,” one critic wrote to the planning commission last year. In granting approval, the commission said the zoo was “consolidating redundant points of

entry throughout … in an effort to enhance safety … and better protect the animal collection.” The zoo said its three main entrances used by most visitors will not change, but pedestrian entrances will be consolidated. MICHAEL E. RUANE (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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U.S. grounds Boeing 737 Max TRANSPORTATION The Federal Aviation Administration issued an emergency order Wednesday grounding all Boeing 737 Max aircraft in the wake of a crash of an Ethiopian airliner that killed 157 people, a reversal for the U.S. after federal aviation regulators had maintained it had no data to show the jets are unsafe. The decision came hours after Canada joined some 40 other countries in barring the Max 8 from its airspace, saying satellite tracking data showed possible but unproven similarities between the Ethiopian Airlines crash and a crash involving the model five months ago. The U.S., one of the last holdouts, also grounded a larger version of the plane, the Max 9. Daniel Elwell, acting head of the FAA, said enhanced satellite images and new evidence gathered at the second crash site led his agency to ground the jets. The data, he said, linked the behavior and flight path of Ethiopian Airlines’ Max 8 to data from the crash of a Lion Air jet that plunged into the Java Sea and killed 187 people in October. “Evidence we found on the ground made it even more likely that the flight path was very close to Lion Air’s,” Elwell said. The Ethiopian plane’s flight data and voice recorders will be sent to France for analysis,

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FAA reverses course, citing new evidence found at site of crash

Workers on Wednesday walk past a Boeing 737 Max 8 that is being completed at a plant in Renton, Wash. The Max 8 and 9 are now grounded.

Elwell said. Some experts have warned that finding answers in the crash could take months. President Trump, who announced the grounding and had received assurances Monday from Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg that the Max aircraft was sound, said the safety of the American people is of “paramount concern.” Trump said any plane currently in the air would go to its destination and then be grounded, adding that pilots and airlines were notified. Boeing issued a statement saying it supported the FAA’s decision even though it “continues to have full confidence in

Boeing stock On Wednesday, Boeing’s shares sank to $363.36 after the Federal Aviation Administration issued an emergency order grounding all Boeing 737 Max aircraft in the wake of a crash of an Ethiopian airliner that killed 157 people, but then recovered to close at $377.14, up 0.5 percent for the day. It rose slightly in after-hours trading to $377.50. (AP)

the safety of the 737 MAX.” The company also said it had itself recommended the suspension of the Max fleet after consultations with the FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board.

“We are supporting this proactive step out of an abundance of caution,” Boeing said. The groundings will have a far-reaching financial impact on Boeing, at least in the short term, said John Cox, CEO of Safety Operating Systems. In addition to those that have already been grounded, there are more than 4,600 Boeing 737 Max 8 planes on backlog that have not yet been delivered to airlines. In making the decision to ground the Max 8s in Canada, Transport Minister Marc Garneau said a comparison of vertical fluctuations found a “similar profile” between the Ethiopian Airlines crash and the Lion Air crash. Garneau, a former astronaut who flew in the space shuttle, emphasized that the data is not conclusive but crossed a threshold that prompted Canada to bar the Max 8. He said the new information indicated that Ethiopian Airlines’ jet’s automatic system kicked in to force down the nose of the aircraft after computer software determined it was too high. He said that in the case of the Lion Air crash off Indonesia, the pilot fought against computer software that wanted to drop the nose of the plane. “So, if we look at the profile, there are vertical fluctuations, in the vertical profile of the aircraft and there were similarities in what we saw,” Garneau said. “But … this is not the proof that is the same root problem. It could be something else.” ZEKE MILLER AND ROB GILLIES (AP)

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April the Giraffe is expecting, again

April the Giraffe, a New York state resident who rose to viral fame in spring 2017 with a highly watched and anticipated pregnancy, is pregnant once more. Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, N.Y., announced April’s pregnancy via Facebook on March 6. She is expected to deliver by April 1. Tens of thousands of fans have already tuned in via a livestream. April’s 2017 pregnancy drew 232 million YouTube live views over seven weeks. (AP) Calif. governor places moratorium on executions for state’s 737 death row inmates

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DeVos planning probe into admissions scandal Education Secretary Betsy DeVos says officials are reviewing whether a college bribery scandal violated federal education rules. A federal judge said Wednesday that “Full House” actress Lori Loughlin could be released because she posted $1 million bond. Loughlin and her husband are among 50 people charged in a scheme in which wealthy parents used bribes to get their children into elite universities. (AP) WASHINGTON

Report: Khashoggi death was human rights abuse The State Department’s annual global human rights report said that the killing of U.S.-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi last year was an example of human rights abuses going unpunished in Saudi Arabia. The report said Khashoggi was killed by Saudi agents, but it did not say who was responsible. Intelligence agencies and lawmakers believe that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the murder. (AP) AUSTRALIA

Cardinal Pell sentenced to six years for abuse Cardinal George Pell, the most senior Catholic convicted of child sex abuse, was sentenced Wednesday to six years in prison for molesting two choirboys in an Australian cathedral. Pell must serve a minimum of 3 years and 8 months before he is eligible for parole. (AP) HEALTH

To curb teen use, FDA adds rules on e-cig sales The Food and Drug Administration released guidelines Wednesday designed to keep e-cigarettes out of the hands of teenagers by restricting sales of most flavored products. The guidelines, which were first proposed in November, will heavily impact gas stations and convenience stores. (AP)

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Manafort sentenced to 7 ½ years

Scientists call for moratorium on gene editing

After ruling, N.Y. brings new state charges against Trump’s ex-campaign chairman behalf, Jackson added 43 months to the 47 months Manafort received in Alexandria federal court last week for bank and tax fraud. Outside the courthouse, Manafort attorney Kevin Downing called Jackson’s sentence “callous, hostile and totally unnecessary.” He emphasized that the judge had acknowledged that there was “no evidence of any collusion with Russia in this case.” As he addressed dozens of reporters, Downing was repeatedly interrupted by protesters shouting, “liar!” and “traitor!” From the bench, Jackson called the defense’s repeated claims about the lack of collusion with the Russian government “a non sequitur.” Jackson said such assertions were not persuasive to her, but perhaps were intended for another “audience.” The question of whether anyone in Trump’s campaign “conspired or colluded with” the Russian government “was not presented in this case,” she said. She added that the assertion may not even be accurate because special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe is not over and she found that Manafort had lied to investigators about issues at the heart of that inquiry. “It’s not appropriate to say investigators haven’t found anything when you lied to the investigators,” she said.

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WASHINGTON Once a globe-trotting lobbyist and consultant to presidents, Paul Manafort left a Washington, D.C., courtroom Wednesday a felon twice over, facing down a 71/2 -year prison sentence. As he returned to the jail cell in Alexandria where he has been held for nine months, prosecutors in New York announced a 16-count grand jury indictment charging the former Trump campaign chairman with mortgage fraud, falsifying business records and conspiracy. President Trump would not be able to pardon Manafort, 69, on the separate state case. Under the Constitution, presidents have wide authority to pardon, but that power applies only to federal convictions. In court Wednesday, Judge Amy Berman Jackson criticized Manafort and his attorneys for repeatedly casting his hard fall from power as collateral damage from the special counsel investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential campaign. “This defendant is not public enemy number one, but he’s also not a victim either,” Jackson said. “There’s no question this defendant knew better, and he knew exactly what he was doing.” For his crimes of illegally lobbying in Ukraine and hiding the proceeds overseas, then encouraging witnesses to lie on his

SCIENCE Scientists and ethicists from seven nations on Wednesday called for a moratorium on geneediting experiments designed to alter heritable traits in babies. It’s the latest alarm sounded by researchers who have been both excited and unnerved by the powerful genetic engineering technique known as CRISPR, which can potentially prevent congenital diseases but also could lead to permanent changes in the human species and create a perverse market for enhanced, augmented offspring, sometimes called “designer babies.” The call for the moratorium, published in the journal Nature, came in response to the actions of a Chinese researcher who, disregarding a global consensus on the ethical boundaries of gene editing, altered embryos that were implanted and carried to term, resulting in the live birth of twin babies. The scientific community was outraged, condemning his actions as “rogue human experimentation.” In addition to calling for a moratorium, the authors — who include two of the inventors of CRISPR — argue for the creation of an international governing body that would oversee the application of the technology. Separately on Wednesday, Francis Collins, the director of the National Institutes of Health, issued a statement supporting the call for a moratorium and a governing body. JOEL ACHENBACH

A judge in D.C. on Wednesday added 43 months to the 47-month prison sentence that Paul Manafort already received last week in Alexandria.

This time he’s sorry Paul Manafort apologized in a D.C. courtroom Wednesday, acknowledging that he had not expressed such regret when he was sentenced last week in Virginia. “Let me be very clear: I accept responsibility for the actions that led me to be here today, and I want to apologize for all I contributed to the impacts on people and institutions.” (TWP)

Manafort had faced as many as 10 more years in prison Wednesday after pleading guilty to conspiracy to defraud the U.S. Trump, in remarks to questions from reporters Wednesday after a White House briefing on border security, said, “I feel very badly for Paul Manafort,” and that “certainly on a human basis, it’s

a very sad thing.” Asked if he would pardon Manafort, Trump said, “I have not even given it a thought, as of this moment. It’s not something that’s right now on my mind,” and said he was not aware of the state charges. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. said in a statement announcing the indictment that “no one is beyond the law in New York.” He said the state case emerged out of an investigation that began in March 2017 and addresses “the integrity of our residential mortgage market.” Manafort will receive credit for the nine months he already has served in Alexandria since June, when Jackson ordered him detained after he was accused of trying to tamper with witnesses.

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Earth’s Rx: Urgent action U.N. report says time is running out to reverse damage to the planet

U.K. Parliament votes against no-deal Brexit

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ENVIRONMENT The United Nations released its sixth Global Environment Outlook report on Wednesday. Its main message, delivered across 740 pages, is straightforward: Human action is degrading the Earth and its ecosystems, and conditions will worsen if people do not take “unprecedented action” to try to reverse the situation. Those actions, according to the report, include reducing land degradation, limiting pollution, improving water management and mitigating climate change. If drastic action is not taken, the report warns that, among other things, millions could die prematurely from air pollution and from deadly infectious diseases from water pollution by 2050. The first Global Environment Outlook report was released in 1997. Its sixth iteration was released in time for this year’s U.N. Environment Assembly, currently taking place in Nairobi, Kenya, and comes on the heels of a U.N. report in October that said the international community has 12 years to limit the disastrous effects of climate change. That climate report and Wednesday’s report both address the question of whether humans can continue business as usual and have enough clean air to breathe, water to drink and nourishing food to eat by 2050. Their answer is a resounding “no.”

Plastics and other litter have invaded every ocean at all depths, Wednesday’s U.N. report said.

Climate change

Water pollution

“Time is running out to prevent the irreversible and dangerous impacts of climate change,” the report says, noting that unless something changes, global temperatures will exceed the threshold of warming — another 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit above current temperatures — that international agreements call dangerous.

While 1.5 billion people now get clean drinking water they lacked in 2000, water quality in many regions has worsened, the report says. Plastics and other litter have invaded every ocean at all depths, the report says.

Biodiversity “A major species extinction event, compromising planetary integrity and Earth’s capacity to meet human needs, is unfolding,” the report says, listing threats to ecosystems, fisheries and other major systems. It notes conservationists are divided on whether Earth is in a sixth mass extinction.

Air pollution Not only are millions of people dying each year, but unhealthy air especially hurts “the elderly, very young, ill and poor,” the report says.

Antibiotic resistance People getting sick from diseases caused by antimicrobial resistant bacteria in water supplies could become a major cause of death worldwide by 2050, unless

something is done about it, the report says.

Land degradation Land is getting less fertile and useful. The report says degradation “hot spots,” where it’s difficult to grow crops, now cover 29 percent of all land areas. The rate of deforestation has slowed but continues. “The report provides a road map to move beyond ‘doom and gloom’ and rally together to face the challenges and take the future in our hands,” said former U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration chief Jane Lubchenco, who wasn’t part of the report. “This is an all-hands-on-deck moment.” (THE WASHINGTON POST/AP)

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Warm waters send species northward

Sixty-seven species of sea slugs, jellyfish and other marine life from southern waters migrated into the Northern California region over a two-year period of heat waves, according to research published in Scientific Reports. The migration provides a glimpse of what the Northern California coast might look like in the future. The 2014-2016 hot spell began in the Gulf of Alaska as a warm patch that spread south, meeting an El Nino event that moved north. (AP)

Senate GOP confirms Kavanaugh’s replacement, Trump’s 36th pick for powerful appeals courts

UNITED KINGDOM British lawmakers voted Wednesday to block the country from leaving the European Union without a divorce agreement and will next decide whether to try to delay that exit, currently due to take place March 29. That decision in Parliament, scheduled for today, was set up after a vote that represented yet another defeat for Prime Minister Theresa May amid months of political crisis over Britain’s departure from the EU. The lawmakers’ 321-278 vote has political but not legal force, and does not entirely rule out a chaotic no-deal departure for Britain. But the vote might ease jitters after lawmakers rejected May’s divorce deal Tuesday. May said Parliament faced a “fundamental choice” — a “short, technical extension” if lawmakers approve a divorce deal with the EU in the next week, or a much longer delay of Brexit if they don’t. Delaying Brexit would need EU approval. The bloc warned that the U.K. would need a strong reason for any extension. “I am against every extension — whether an extension of one day, one week, even 24 hours — if it’s not based on a clear opinion of the House of Commons for something,” said the European Parliament’s chief Brexit official, Guy Verhofstadt. “Please make up your minds in London, because this uncertainty cannot continue.” JILL LAWLESS AND RAF CASERT (AP)

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nation+world Suburb of Sao Paulo left mourning the loss of students, teachers SUZANO, BRAZIL Two young men wearing hoods and carrying guns, knives and crossbows opened fire at a school in southern Brazil on Wednesday, killing eight people before taking their own lives, authorities said. The dead included six students and two teachers, and several other people were hospitalized with injuries, according to Gov. Joao Doria, speaking a few blocks from the public school in Suzano, a suburb of Sao Paulo, Brazil’s largest city. The attackers appeared to be in their early to mid-20s, and

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authorities don’t believe they were former students, the governor said. Doria said the school had been evacuated and police were inspecting what appeared to be possible explosives left by the shooters. Students gathered outside the school recounted harrowing attacks and seeing several bodies lying in pools of blood. “We were at recess and eating like normal and we heard three pops, then we tried to run to jump over the walls,” Rosni Marcelo Grotliwed, a 15-year-old student, told G1 news portal. She said the attackers had guns and knives, and when she ran to the principal’s office, she saw many dead people. “My friend was stabbed in the

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Eight killed at Brazil school

Friends embrace Wednesday outside a school in Suzano, Brazil, where eight people were killed.

shoulder and my other friend was shot,” she said. “I escaped with one friend and went home and then came back to look for

another friend.” Horacio Pereira Nunes, a retiree whose house is next to the school, said he began hearing shots around 10 a.m. “Then a lot of kids started running out, all screaming,” he said. “It didn’t take long until police arrived.” The public school, Raul Brasil Professor, has more than 1,600 students from elementary to high school grades, teachers said. Latin America’s most populous nation has the highest number of annual homicides in the world, but school shootings are rare. In 2011, 12 students were killed by a gunman who roamed the halls of a school in Rio de Janeiro, shooting at them. MAURICIO SAVARESE

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At least 8 dead after school building collapses in Nigeria

Teen nominated for Nobel prize

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Three Norwegian lawmakers have nominated Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg, who has become a prominent voice in campaigns against climate change, for the Nobel Peace Prize. Thunberg, 16, has encouraged students to skip school to join protests demanding faster action on climate change, a movement that has spread beyond Sweden to other nations. (AP)

LAGOS, NIGERIA | A child is rescued from the rubble of a three-story school building, which collapsed while classes were in session, in Nigeria’s commercial capital, Lagos, on Wednesday. As many as 100 children had been in the primary school on the building’s top floors, witnesses said. At least eight people were confirmed dead and 37 others had been rescued as search operations continued into the night.

Historic “bomb cyclone” sets off severe storms, flooding and a “dangerous” blizzard in Plains and Midwest

The Senate is poised to rebuke President Trump over his national emergency declaration at the U.S.-Mexico border after Trump shot down a compromise brokered by GOP senators. Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, who was leading the compromise efforts, announced plans to defect and vote for legislation to nullify Trump’s emergency declaration when a disapproval resolution comes to the floor today. Lee made the announcement shortly after hearing directly from Trump on Wednesday that his compromise — which would have curtailed presidential emergency powers going forward — was not acceptable. Lee’s announcement ensures there will be majority support for the disapproval resolution, which already passed the House. Senate passage will send the measure to Trump, forcing him to issue the first veto of his administration to strike it down. Although Congress lacks the votes needed to override Trump’s veto, the Senate vote would still stand as an embarrassing rejection of a key Trump initiative at the hands of his own party. Four GOP senators had already announced plans to vote against Trump and for the disapproval resolution today, giving it the majority support needed to pass. ERICA WERNER, SEUNG MIN KIM AND JOHN WAGNER (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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Storylines take shape NFL FREE AGENCY

The start of the free agency signing period at 4 p.m. Wednesday brought plenty of intriguing storylines. The Browns, who came to life last season with quarterback Baker Mayfield, are building a powerhouse. The Giants, who sent Odell Beckham Jr. to Cleveland, seem to be rebuilding one season too late. The Jets signed running back Le’Veon Bell to give new coach Adam Gase and young quarterback Sam Darnold a versatile weapon. And the Ravens got some help for their dynamic QB, Lamar Jackson. (THE WASHINGTON POST/AP/EXPRESS)

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The Browns, with one of the NFL’s most intriguing rosters, are ready to win now, as GM John Dorsey continues to push the right buttons. He gave up plenty to the Giants to acquire wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., but the Browns got perhaps the game’s most dynamic player. Rookie head coach Freddie Kitchens now will have Baker Mayfield at quarterback, Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt (following his likely suspension by the NFL) splitting carries at running back, Jarvis Landry and Beckham as a receiver tandem and David Njoku at tight end. That could put the Browns among the AFC’s elite. And don’t forget the trade for the Giants’ Olivier Vernon and the free agent deal for Sheldon Richardson of the Vikings. Those moves fortify the defensive front, which already featured edge rusher Myles Garrett, a rising star.

What’s the plan by GM Dave Gettleman? The Giants certainly weren’t in rebuilding mode last year when they kept QB Eli Manning, used the No. 2 pick in the draft on running back Saquon Barkley instead of on a successor to Manning, and retained Odell Beckham Jr. and gave him a new contract. That win-now approach resulted in a 5-11 season. Gettleman received first- and third-round draft picks next month and safety Jabrill Peppers in the Beckham deal with Cleveland, but is New York rebuilding around a 38-year-old quarterback? Although Barkley is superb, the time to get Manning’s successor was in last year’s quarterback-rich draft, not this year’s. Meanwhile, it remains inexplicable why Gettleman didn’t use the franchise tag to keep safety Landon Collins, who signed with NFC East rival Washington.

Winning free agency in March rarely translates into winning games in the fall. But the Jets, 4-12 last season, were in desperate need of upgrading their roster, and they have taken positive steps by adding running back Le’Veon Bell; wide receiver Jamison Crowder, formerly with the Redskins; and linebacker C.J. Mosley, from the Ravens. The Jets may have been left bidding against themselves for Bell, but remained disciplined and got him for a reasonable price tag. His skills as both a runner and receiver will surely help second-year quarterback Sam Darnold, and that was one of the Jets’ primary goals. The loser so far could be Bell, who sat out last season rather than play in Pittsburgh for $14.5 million but settled for a four-year contract worth an average of $13.125 million per season.

After losing three members of the NFL’s No. 1 defense to free agency this week, first-year Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta made a comeback Wednesday, signing safety Earl Thomas and running back Mark Ingram. Thomas, 29, arrives after a nine-year run with Seattle. He’ll be an upgrade over 34-year-old free safety Eric Weddle, who played three seasons in Baltimore before being released last week. But the defense still needs to account for the loss of linebackers C.J. Mosley, Terrell Suggs and Za’darius Smith. Ingram, 29, scored 50 touchdowns during eight seasons with the Saints, so he should provide stability to a backfield that last year counted heavily on rookie Gus Edwards. Ingram, with 204 catches in the last five seasons, also gives Lamar Jackson a reliable target out of the backfield.

Georgetown’s James Akinjo voted Big East freshman of the year

Adrian Peterson, who revived his career by rushing for 1,042 yards with Washington last season, is coming back. Peterson, 33, will get a two-year, $8 million contract, a source said Wednesday. Peterson was a desperation signing in August after injuries left the Redskins thin at running back, but he proceeded to be the club’s best offensive player, scoring eight TDs. He’ll likely carry the ball less this season if Derrius Guice returns from a knee injury that wiped out his rookie season, and third-down back Chris Thompson is fully recovered from rib injuries. Also Wednesday, the club released linebacker Zach Brown and defensive lineman Stacy McGee to save $8 million in salary cap space. (TWP)

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Cavs enter ACC tourney on 8-game win streak

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ACC TOURNAMENT Last week in Charlottesville, the Virginia Cavaliers (28-2, 16-2) wrapped up their second consecutive ACC regular-season title. Next on the checklist is repeating as ACC Tournament champions this week in Charlotte. “We’re definitely nowhere near our bigger goals yet,” junior point guard Ty Jerome said. Top-seeded Virginia will play its first game in the ACC Tournament in the quarterfinals today at Spectrum Center, site of last season’s stunning loss to Maryland-Baltimore County in the NCAA Tournament’s round of 64. It was the first time a No. 16 seed beat a No. 1. Today’s opponent (12:30 p.m., ESPN) will be North Carolina State (22-10, 9-9). The Cavaliers beat the Wolfpack on Jan. 29 in Charlottesville, but it was just a one-point victory in overtime. The Cavaliers, ranked second in the country, secured a double bye in the ACC Tournament in part by winning eight in a row to close the season, with an average margin of victory of more than 14 points in those games. Three of those wins came against ranked opponents, including toppling then-No. 8 North Carolina on the road, 69-61. “I feel like we’re playing

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Ty Jerome clips the net after the Cavs won the ACC regular-season title.

better,” said sophomore swingman De’Andre Hunter, the Cavaliers’ second-leading scorer (15.2 points per game) who was voted ACC defensive player of the year and first-team all-conference. “We’ve been working in practice, and it’s been translating to the game a lot more.” Virginia, known for its ball security, committed just four turnovers against Louisville in its regular-season finale, tied for its second-fewest in an ACC game this season. Jerome, meanwhile, contributed 24 points, his most in a conference game this season, on 8-for-14 shooting in addition to six assists and just one turnover.

Jerome, a second-team allACC selection, has been working his way back to full health since tweaking his back against N.C. State in January. He sat out the next game before rejoining the lineup against visiting Duke on Feb. 9 in an 81-71 loss. “I think he is getting healthier,” coach Tony Bennett said. Senior center Jack Salt has had four days to rest his sore back. The strapping New Zealander beloved by his team for setting hard screens had been a regular starter for much of his career, but over the past month has played far less while managing discomfort. GENE WANG

The Terrapins are led by junior guard Anthony Cowan Jr. and sophomore center Bruno Fernando, but they also have six freshmen, and will need their contributions to make a postseason run. When the Terps play their Big Ten Tournament opener today in Chicago (2:55 p.m., BTN), they’ll look to 6-10 freshman forward Jalen Smith, below, to reflect his credentials as a McDonald’s All-American coming out of Mount Saint Joseph’s High in Baltimore. He averaged 11.5 points and 6.7 boards this season, but sometimes struggled. “I’ve had a lot of good games and a lot of bad games,” he said, “but it’s all a part of the process.” (AP)

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CAPITALS’ RECORD VS. PENGUINS

The Capitals’ record this season against the Penguins after a 5-3 defeat Tuesday night in Pittsburgh. The loss to their No. 1 rival snapped the Capitals’ seven-game winning streak. Washington was done in by a series of miscues in the second period that led to the Penguins scoring three times in less than two minutes to take a 3-2 lead. “We just give them the points, obviously,” Alex Ovechkin said. “We give them everything.” The Capitals maintained a two-point lead in the Metropolitan Division entering tonight’s game in Philadelphia (7, NBCSWA). (TWP) ACC Tournament: Va. Tech tops Miami, faces FSU at 2:30 p.m. (ESPN)

Big East Tournament: Hoyas play Seton Hall at 9:30 p.m. (FS1)

Nationals add lefty specialist to the bullpen NATIONALS The Nationals have agreed to sign veteran Tony Sipp, adding a left-handed option to a bullpen that badly needed one. The contract is for one year and $1 million, and it will be official once Sipp, 35, passes a physical. He had a 1.86 ERA in 38-plus innings with Houston last season. The recent release of Sammy Solis thinned Washington’s bullpen down to two lefties — closer Sean Doolittle and Matt Grace — making Sipp a logical, low-cost signing after he made $6 million last year. The Nats had downplayed the need for a lefty matchup specialist in recent weeks, but that is what Sipp provides. He held left-handed hitters to a .191 average and .557 OPS in 76 plate appearances last season. Twenty-eight of his 2018 appearances lasted two outs or fewer, showing how the Astros used him in very specific situations. That could be crucial in a division with left-handed hitters such as Phillies outfielder Bryce Harper, Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman and Mets infielder Robinson Cano. The Nationals are hoping they get the 2018 version of Sipp, and not the pitcher from the two prior seasons, when he had a 5.33 ERA in 81 total innings. The bullpen has one spot undecided, and that could go to right-hander Wander Suero, 27. He made 40 appearances for the Nationals last year with a 3.59 ERA. JESSE DOUGHERTY (TWP)

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Shaw’s latest clothing boutique isn’t quite what you think it is POP-UPS In January, Shaw welcomed what appeared to be another clothing boutique. Except it wasn’t a store at all, but a cheeky art experiment, unbeknownst to those who ventured in. The first thing visitors see when they enter Vaulte X-XII is its signature item — a plain white T-shirt vacuum-sealed in a Mylar

bag and displayed in a glass case. The $50 price tag seems absurd, but not surprising given Vaulte’s high-end motif. It’s also the only item for sale. This is the moment, according to artist Christian Dutilh, when most visitors realize that Vaulte X-XII isn’t the “anti-streetwear” clothing store it claims to be. “There’s an initial sense of confusion,” Dutilh says, “but when they start to understand that [Vaulte] is a brand with hype and no substance, there’s this wide smile that goes across their face.”

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secure a venue, open through March 23. Dutilh and Weinzettel have extended the brand with a magazine and a series of Vaulte events. And yes, people have actually purchased the shirt (they keep extras in stock and sales proceeds benefit Washington Project for the Arts). Dutilh notes that once people discover Vaulte’s true identity, the shirt feels less like a rip-off and more like a prized art piece. “It’s a laugh, a little bit of selfreflection or interpersonal interaction; everybody has their own associations with the project,” he says. STEPHANIE WILLIAMS (EXPRESS)

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Nick Murphy

Nelly, TLC and Flo Rida

Though he only has one studio album, electronic-infused R&B singer Nick Murphy built a following under his stage name, Chet Faker. He’s now recording under his own name and will release “Run Fast Sleep Naked,” the long-awaited follow-up to 2014’s “Built on Glass,” next month. GET TICKETS: Thursday at 10 a.m. through Ticketfly.

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This packaged tour looks to capitalize on ’90s and early 2000s nostalgia: Rapper Nelly, R&B act TLC and rapper Flo Rida will all share a stage to play their biggest hits, which all dominated pop radio in those eras. GET TICKETS: Friday at 10 a.m. via Live Nation.

311 and Dirty Heads Merriweather Post Pavilion, July 27

Continuing the trend of co-headlining summer tours, established rock-reggae acts 311 and Dirty Heads will join forces at Merriweather. The two bands have worked together in the past and 311

is supposed to put out a new album this year. GET TICKETS: March 22 at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster.

Remo Drive U Street Music Hall, June 9

Minnesota-based duo Remo Drive’s

2017 debut was called “Greatest Hits,” so it’s clear the emo- and altrock influenced act has swagger (or a sense of humor). A new record is currently in the works. Perhaps this sequel will be called “Latest Hits.” GET TICKETS: Thursday at 10 a.m. via Ticketfly.

Bill Callahan The Miracle Theatre, July 14

Deep-voiced singer-songwriter (and Maryland native) Bill Callahan is a cult favorite among indie-rock fans for his experimental folk music as a solo artist and as Smog. GET TICKETS: Friday at 10 a.m. via Ticketfly. RUDI GREENBERG (EXPRESS)

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Nowruz celebration One of the largest parties in D.C. in honor of Nowruz, the Persian New Year, is the Freer/Sackler’s annual gathering (12th Street and Jefferson Drive SW; Sat., 11 a.m.-5 p.m., free). There will be Persian food for purchase, pop-up concerts, a shadow puppet show for kids, calligraphy demonstrations and more. STEPHANIE WILLIAMS (EXPRESS)

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Jennifer Schwed does a little bit of everything. Her company, Through the 4th Wall, produces immersive theatrical and film “stories,” as well as digital art. She also created the narrative-fiction podcast “Jules & James,” about two artists who connect via a wrong number and fall in love. Schwed, 47, is currently working on “19,” an original musical about women’s suffrage (you can see concert-version performances at the Montpelier Mansion in Laurel, Md., on Saturday and DAR Museum on March 23). For her dream day, the Old Town Alexandria resident is making time for visits to old favorites and new adventures. She even found that laying out her ideal day affected her real life. “Inspired by this, I applied for my Library of Congress reader ID card,” she says. “I’m regretting my life decisions that I’m not doing these things every day.” I would definitely start off eating. It just recently came to my attention that there is a place down on Georgia Avenue called Call Your Mother, a deli which apparently has almost New York-grade bagels. My whole family is from the New York area, so I’m very excited for that bagel.

There’s a lot of research that comes with a historical story like [“19”]. I would love to take some time and actually go to the Library of Congress and look at what they’ve collected. It’s one thing to look at this material online, but it’s another thing to have this tangible experience. I love libraries and this is the ultimate library

At the National Portrait Gallery they do performances sometimes in the Kogod Courtyard. Dana Tai Soon Burgess’ dance company did a piece on Sylvia Plath to go along with an exhibit there. I got to see a sneak peek of it and I was so looking forward to seeing the whole production, but I ended up missing it. I think it’s time to eat again. One of my favorite places is DBGB Kitchen and Bar. This is terrible — I just had steak frites for lunch — but I love their hamburger, the Frenchie. Every time I’ve been there it’s so consistently good that I have to go back. But I wouldn’t stay there for dessert — though their desserts are spectacular — because I am having a doughnut moment. I don’t know when this hit me, but suddenly I want doughnuts. I’ve only heard about District Doughnut, but I would have to try them. I lament my lack of late-night activity, so there are places I haven’t even tried. But The Gibson — that speak-easy period is the same period we’re covering in the musical, so I might as well. It thematically ties into my life right now. AS TOLD TO KRISTEN PAGE-KIRBY (EXPRESS)


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How Vietnam changed art The Vietnam War transformed America. The heavy losses and horrifying images — beamed right into people’s living rooms, via television — caused many U.S. citizens to challenge institutions, politicians and cultural norms like never before. The war also sparked a sea change in American art, says Melissa Ho, curator of “Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War, 1965-1975,” which opens Friday at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. ¶ “It’s this moment of national reckoning,” Ho says. “And if you’re an artist, maybe you can’t help but think, ‘Is my work supposed to remain separate and elevated from the world I live in as a human being, or should it engage with that?’” ¶ American artists at the time moved away from the dominant movements of the ’50s and early ’60s — especially the ironic distance of pop art, the coolly intellectual tendencies of minimalism and the obsession with pure aesthetics of abstract expressionism, Ho says. Artists became more emotionally and politically engaged — especially minority and female artists. ¶ If this sounds familiar, that’s because we’ve seen this trend repeat in recent years, with a wave of artists addressing political and social issues: “The changes that happened then will still feel very current and present for young artists going to see this show today,” Ho says. SADIE DINGFELDER (EXPRESS)

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Part of what’s come to be known as Nancy Spero’s “War Series,” this nightmarish picture was inspired by images she saw on TV and in newsmagazines, Ho says. The fact that absolutely no one wanted to buy this kind of art at the time freed Spero to create exactly what she wanted — and it’s probably why she chose to paint on inexpensive paper rather than canvas. “These are remarkable in that they are so terrifying — and angry, which is a thing that was not so acceptable for a woman to be,” Ho says.

African-American artist David Hammons created the human part of this piece by pressing his face and arms against paper after rubbing grease on himself and then sprinkling on pigment. The way he rolled his face across the paper created a mirrored profile that meets at the nose. “To me, that suggests the double consciousness of being black in America, of being asked to fight for your country abroad even though you are still fighting for civil rights at home,” Ho says. The painted-on American flag could be seen as a comforting blanket or a funeral shroud, she says.


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Ever feel overwhelmed by the massive volume and constant stream of news from all over the world? So did Hans Haacke, a German-born artist who expressed that feeling by hooking up a printer to news feeds from around the globe. Per the artist’s instructions, the American Art Museum’s version of this piece will print current stories pulled at random from a variety of international, English-language news sources. “He’s pointing out that there is no division between what happens in an art museum and what happens in the larger world,” Ho says.

Kim Jones served in Vietnam as a Marine in 1967 and ’68, then went to art school in California. This photo, on display in the exhibit, captures his most famous work, a piece of sculpture and performance art in which Jones — wearing a costume of sticks and mud — walked for 12 hours down a busy street in L.A. The piece, the first to feature Jones’ alter ego “Mudman,” addresses the feeling many service members have of not being able to move on after a war, Ho says. It’s “about that experience of coming home and the disconnect many veterans feel,” she says.

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Introducing the Rannells pamphlet There’s an early passage in Andrew Rannells’ debut book, “Too Much Is Not Enough: A Memoir of Fumbling Toward Adulthood,” in which the 40-year-old actor lays out a thesis statement of sorts. “Please consider this book the longer, more honest version of my bio — the one I’d share with a friend over a few drinks,” he writes. Rannells settled on that approach in late 2017 while chatting with director Paul Feig at a bar in Toronto, where they were filming the movie “A Simple Favor.” “I certainly didn’t want to put on any sort of pretend writerly voice to tell these stories,” says Rannells, known for TV’s “Black Monday” and “Girls” and Broadway’s “The Book of Mormon” and “Hamilton.” “As Paul and I were talking about [the book], I was like, ‘Oh, I want it to sound like this: I want the tone to be one that’s friendly, one that is personal.’” Rannells uses the memoir to recount his early days in New York, as a 19-year-old Nebraskan who set his sights on the Broadway stage, then endured a barrage of embarrassing auditions, bad relationships and family tumult. In a talk Thursday at Sixth and I with President Obama’s former speechwriter David Litt, the Tony nominee and Grammy winner will offer additional insight into his book, which hit shelves Tuesday. THOMAS FLOYD (EXPRESS) This book covers a number of difficult chapters in your life. How did it feel to revisit your past? I sometimes didn’t recognize the person who was doing these things. I was like, “I can’t believe that was me who felt so lost and felt so scared and felt so insecure.” You think you know yourself, and then you start going back through your past and you’re like, “I made some really silly mistakes here and there.” But it was a good way to own them, and in a larger sense it gave me permission and the space to forgive that kid that I was, that I had been very judgmental of. Which authors or works did you draw on for inspiration when you

decided to write a memoir? Tina Fey’s book, “Bossypants” — that was a big one. I just really loved the way that it sounded like her when you read it. David Sedaris is another. I’m a huge fan of his, and have read I think all of his books at this point. I wanted it to have that same candid nature to it. Obviously, it’s a different tone because it’s my voice, but the way that they both tell their story, I wanted to do my version of that. How has your family responded to the book? I think my mother probably could’ve lived her whole life not learning certain sexual details about my life, as moms are wont to do, but that had to all be part of

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it, right? So I gave her a little bit of a heads-up about what chapters might be tricky. They’ve all been very supportive, my family, but I have no doubt certain parts of it were harder to read. What do you hope readers take away from your story? Oh, God, I don’t know! That’s the scary part. Hopefully it’s relatable in a way for anybody who has ever left home to pursue a greater dream, one that is out of the norm of where they came from. It can be very isolating pursuing something that you want so badly and that’s

personal. It can be scary a nd lonely, so I wanted to share that. Hopeful ly people c a n re ad t hese stories and see a bit of themselves in this. And I hope that it’s also entertaining. It’s certainly not a self-help book — it’s not that I have any sort of grand secret or lesson I can teach you to make any of this easier. It’s more of a way to have a shared experience.

Now that you have a book under your belt, what’s next for you as a writer? I would love to write another book, and I’m hoping to do more screenwriting as well. I had a screenwriting deal several years ago through Universal with Judd Apatow, and I think I was a little bit in over my head when we started that process. This has given me some confidence that I could go back into that and tell stories with a clearer voice and a clearer point of view.

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Red Bear Brewing is the first brewery to open in Washington since 2015.

Red Bear toasts to two Washingtons BEER Bryan Van Den Oever, Simon Bee and Cameron Raspet met in Seattle, but when the three craft beer fans decided to launch their own brewery, they crossed the country to the “other” Washington. Red Bear Brewing, which opened last week at 209 M St. NE in the site of the former Uline Arena, is the first brewery to open in the District since the Public Option and Right Proper’s production house opened in 2015. The NoMa brewery will operate more like a brewpub than a traditional brewery, at least at first. The owners are trying to create a diverse, beer-centric community destination with more than 100 board games to play; drag bingo nights; improv-comedy performances; and trivia in American Sign Language, a nod to nearby Gallaudet University. Bee, the brewer, is interested in “old nostalgic styles,” such as porters, red ales and ESBs, and beers that pair well with food. A spiced witbier called Marmalade Skies is a nod to Uline, the site of The Beatles’ first U.S. concert; there’s a subtle and roasty porter dubbed D.C. Dirt; and Snookum, a malty and complex red ale. The Mystic Storm IPA continues the two-Washingtons theme, drawing its name from the D.C. and Seattle WNBA franchises.

Red Bear should find support from supportive communities: The Northeast D.C. spot bills itself as the area’s first “100 percent gay-owned” brewery, and two of the three co-founders are military veterans. The name Red Bear wasn’t the owners’ first choice, but came from a Facebook poll of friends and family. “People loved the bear concept,” Van Den Oever says, pointing to its dual meaning — “bear” represents the outdoors and is also a term for burly, hirsute gay men. (“And Simon and I are both gingers,” he adds.) After a two-year search for a building and a Kickstarter fundraiser that raised more than double the requested $10,000, Red Bear took over a 7,000-squarefoot space adjacent to the popular REI flagship store last fall. The taproom they’ve created liberally mixes the two Washingtons. There are picnic tables, “stars” in the ceiling overhead (look for Ursa Major, the great bear) and a mountain range set into the front of the bar. The logo, meanwhile, combines D.C.’s familiar bars-and-stars flag with the outline of Mount Rainier. “Seattle is our roots,” Bee says, “but D.C. is our future.” FRITZ HAHN (THE WASHINGTON POST)

More than 13 million pints of Guinness Draught Stout will be consumed around the world on St. Patrick’s Day. Need help figuring out where you’ll enjoy yours this weekend? Here’s a start. F.H.

To gain the world, would you sell your soul?

Guinness Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House If you’re planning to spend the weekend at Guinness’ Maryland brewery, you need to buy tickets in advance. There are two sessions per day: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5 to 10 p.m. The $15 admission includes a beer, a souvenir button and a $5 donation to local charities. Each session features live music and the Guinness food truck. (5001 Washington Blvd., Halethorpe, Md.)

The Dubliner The venerable Capitol Hill pub celebrated its 45th birthday last week. Doors open at noon on Saturday for a day of “pregame” music and pints, and Sunday starts at 9 a.m., with 45-cent Guinness for the first hour, followed by live traditional Irish music. (4 F St. NW)

Ireland’s Four Courts St. Patrick’s Day weekend at the Four Courts begins with the Four Courts Four Miler — a downhill/ uphill circuit through the streets of Arlington, followed by a party with live music, Irish food specials, Irish dancers and a bagpiper in the pub. Festivities continue on Sunday with a heated party tent to make room for even more revelers. Doors open at 8 a.m. both days. (2051 Wilson Blvd., Arlington)

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Foosball is just one of the attractions at Punch Bowl Social, a Chuck E. Cheese’s for millennials.

D.C.’s play stations BARS Think of Arlington’s Punch Bowl Social as a fun factory for millennials. The three-level, 25,000-square-foot space features eight bowling lanes; private karaoke rooms; an arcade full of old-school video games and new-school first-person shooters; clusters of pool, table tennis, foosball and shuffleboard tables; a bar with 360-degree access in the center of the main room; and a quieter lounge one floor down. A diner-style restaurant offers sandwiches, tacos and grain bowls paired with classic cocktails, local craft beers and a significant number of nonalcoholic drinks, including matcha lemonade and fresh-squeezed juices. “I think that’s what the consumer wants today,” says Robert

Thompson, the founder of the 16-location national chain, which opened the Arlington outpost in December. “They want to have a real meal, they want to have craft beverages, and they want to have experiences. … You can do all of your eating and drinking and playing anywhere within the four walls.” Like a Chuck E. Cheese’s on Saturday morning, the Punch Bowl can be a little overstimulating. But its focus on things to do — not just things to eat and drink — as a way to get people in the door is right on trend. Among last year’s most highprofile bar openings in the Washington area were multiple venues with bowling alleys, table tennis, Skee-Ball machines or video games, the kind of entertainment designed to distract you

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Nightlife destinations are adding games of all kinds to their food, drink offerings

Table-tennis bar chain Spin opened its first D.C. location late last year.

from drinking — or keep you drinking just a little bit longer. That buzzing arcade atmosphere was what Pizzeria Paradiso’s management team was looking for when it decided to shake up its basement-level bar in Georgetown. “We wanted to

bring more vibrancy,” owner Ruth Gresser says. The bar was retrofitted in January 2018, with Skee-Ball, shuffleboard, pinball and video games, to become “a bit of a playroom,” Gresser says. Beer sales in the Game Room have increased, as have

the hours of operation, and the idea was so successful that when the newest Paradiso opened in December in Spring Valley, near American University, she made sure there were pinball and video game machines to appeal to college students — as well as nearby families. One of the appeals of arcade bars is that they’re enjoyed by a variety of demographics. Just ask Ian Hilton, 46, who runs Players Club on 14th Street NW with his brother, Eric. When Hilton’s getting his friends together, “it’s fun to shoot pool or do something that’s not just bellying up to the bar,” he says. Although pinball machines and ping-pong might give a group something to do in a bar, a successful arcade bar recognizes that these activities shouldn’t be the only reason that customers visit. “The games are sort of a sticky factor that can attract you and make you stay longer,” says Thompson, “but at the end of the day, we’re a restaurant and bar. We’re just building a different mousetrap to get you there.” FRITZ HAHN (THE WASHINGTON POST)


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9 game bars vying for your high score The Eleanor 100 Florida Ave. NE

Lyman’s Tavern 3720 14th St. NW

The District’s capital of pinball just happens to be a neighborhood corner bar with PBR on draft and free baskets of fresh-popped popcorn. There are usually a dozen machines, ranging from such cult classics as Red and Ted’s Road Show to state-of-the-art Star Wars- or Ghostbusters-themed games. The machines rotate in and out, rewarding regular visitors.

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Although this NoMa restaurant and bar bills itself as a “neighborhood bowling lounge,” there’s much more than the pair of duckpin-size lanes, including Skee-Ball, pinball and video games, such as the multiplayer Pac-Man Battle Royale. Head to the long bar — topped with wood salvaged from a bowling alley — for wine, craft beer or nachos at the weekday happy hour.

Pizzeria Paradiso Game Room, in the basement of the local chain’s Georgetown outpost, pairs craft beers with pizza, shuffleboard, pinball and darts.

Pizzeria Paradiso Game Room FRITZ HAHN (THE WASHINGTON POST)

Even though it’s in the basement of Ruth Gresser’s award-winning Neopolitan-style pizza restaurant, the only way to enter this bar is through a door off a parking lot behind the building. When you find your way into the speak-easy-like bar, there’s a large selection of craft beers, a pair of Skee-Ball machines, a shuffleboard table, pinball machines, video games and darts. And yes, you can still score a pie.

The Eleanor has a pair of duckpin-size bowling lanes, pinball and Skee-Ball.

A ’70s/’80s vibe defines the aesthetic (and many games) at Players Club.

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drag, and on Saturday nights, it can feel like they’re all trying to get to the bar at the same time. Once you’ve got a drink, relax by shooting pool, throwing darts or playing a few rounds of basketball, Skee-Ball or shuffleboard.

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Players Club 1400 14th St. NW

Eric and Ian Hilton gave this subterranean Logan Circle bar “a late ’70s/early ’80s basementrec-room feel,” filled with eraappropriate furniture and color scheme. The space is filled with the games Ian remembers playing a lot in those days: billiards, pinball and video games, though the collection includes Mortal Kombat and “Guardians of the Galaxy” pinball based on the movies, so it’s not quite all retro.

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Penn Social’s huge screens make it a popular place to watch sports, but the cavernous Penn Quarter nightspot can keep gamers occupied all night. When your televised sport of choice is done, choose from pop-a-shot basketball, bubble hockey, video games, oversize Connect Four and banks of Skee-Ball machines.

national chain, will depend on how you enter. Doors from Wilson Boulevard open into a pretty, if sparse, diner-style restaurant and bar. Walk in from the Ballston Quarter development and you’re plunged into the heart of a millennial-centric game room, with a huge round bar, multiple bowling lanes, an arcade section and pumping pop music.

Spider Kelly’s Punch Bowl Social

3181 Wilson Blvd., Arlington

4238 Wilson Blvd., Arlington

Hundreds of bar-hopping young professionals can squeeze into this popular bar on Clarendon’s main

Your first impression of this vast three-level bar, part of a 16-strong

Spin 1332 F St. NW

Washington’s newest ping-pong parlor features a dozen Olympic-size tables in a vast, 12,000-square-foot space under the National Press Club. There are multiple bars with fancy cocktails, leather Chesterfield sofas for lounging and a bathtub full of

balls where you can shoot your new social media profile picture. On Sundays, $9 buys unlimited all-day play.

Vük 4924 St. Elmo Ave., Bethesda

This 3-year-old Bethesda arcade sticks to the basics: New York-style pizza by the slice, cold beer and a dozen new and classic pinball machines. It’s very family-friendly, with kids running around weekend afternoons (doors open at noon), but it’s a low-key hangout for adults throughout the week. F.H.


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SADIE DINGFELDER | THE STAYCATIONER

I found heaven, and it is a room full of kittens — fluffy, clumsy, capering and snoozing, each one more adorable than the last. Also: You can eat cookie dough, raw, from a jar! “Can we live here?” I asked my husband, Steve, one recent Sunday afternoon. He didn’t answer — he was too busy dangling a toy mouse over a tiny tuxedo kitten. The kitten wiggled his butt and then leapt into the air — missing the toy and belly-flopping across Steve’s knee. At that moment, my husband looked happier than I’ve ever seen him, including at our wedding. You, too, can experience this level of joy. The Kitten Lounge, which materialized in Georgetown earlier this month, will be open through June. Cat lovers ages 7 and up are admitted so that there are no more than 18 people inside at a time, each paying $15, $20 or $35 for 15-, 30- or 70-minute sessions. Do yourself a favor and sign up for the longest time slot you can. When I was there, 30 minutes passed by in the blink of an eye. A woman announced it was time to say goodbye, and much pathetic wailing ensued — and not just from the children. “Noooooo,” I cried.

“Settle down,” Steve said. “She’s not talking to us.” We still had 40 minutes to go, so I returned to eating cookie dough and criticizing Steve’s snack choice. For some reason, he had opted for a fully cooked cookie. “Cookie dough is the food equivalent of kittens,” I explained. “It’s the younger, better version of something that’s already pretty great.” Since The Kitten Lounge can’t prepare food in-house for health code reasons, the process of getting snacks (which cost extra) is a little convoluted. Customers are encouraged to order food and drinks in advance on The Kitten Lounge website. Then, during your visit, Kitten Lounge employees are dispatched to the Georgetown location of The Dough Jar to retrieve your goodies. Remembering that I was on assignment and not just there to cuddle, I tore myself away from the kittens and chatted with some other customers. One 20-ish woman told me that her boyfriend was mildly allergic to cats, but that his sniffles had just been charmed into submission by the little orange floofball currently perched on his shoulder. “Just so you know, Noah’s already been adopted,” said a kitten manager. “But don’t worry, we are getting lots more rescue kittens soon.”

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Cool cats: Heaven is a place of kitties and cookie dough

That’s because, every spring, feral cats start pumping out kittens, overwhelming animal shelters with feline fecundity. For the next few months, The Kitten Lounge will serve as an escape valve, a place where people can play with kittens or even adopt them. “So what happens when the kittens grow up?” Steve asked. The manager said that felines who age out of The Kitten Lounge before finding a home will be placed in foster homes or graduate to Crumbs & Whiskers, a cat cafe around the corner that is under the same ownership. “None of these kittens are in danger of being euthanized,” she assured us. That’s one of the big differences between The Kitten Lounge and, say, the Humane Rescue Alliance on New York Avenue NE, where Steve and I adopted our two cats — an (understandably) smelly and loud place, where barking dogs turn many felines into shivering,

Pro tip: Visit in the morning or evening, when the kittens are the most playful. anxious messes. Compare that to the spotless, odorless Kitten Lounge, where humans and kittens can bond on fuzzy beanbag chairs, underneath pink neon signs bearing slogans like “Meow you doin’?” and “You’ve got to be kitten me.” Heaven, it turns out, is highly Instagrammable. Since my visit to The Kitten Lounge, I’ve been telling everyone I know to sign up for a slot before the secret gets out and only celebrities can get in — and I keep getting the same skeptical response. “I’ve already been to the Georgetown cat cafe,” my friends say. “It was just OK.” All respect to Crumbs & Whiskers, but The Kitten Lounge is way better. In

addition to being full of playful kittens rather than sometimes standoffish adult cats, The Kitten Lounge has a better overall vibe. This is perhaps because staff at Crumbs & Whiskers are extremely strict about keeping people from waking the adult cats or touching cats that don’t approach you first, while at The Kitten Lounge, waking and picking up kittens is allowed — encouraged, even. (Cats that need a break from humans can disappear behind a silver curtain into the “kitten-only” area.) And while I’ve found the overall cat density at Crumbs & Whiskers to be a little disappointing, The Kitten Lounge is absolutely filled with kittens — up to 25 at a time in one smallish room. So, seriously, go visit The Kitten Lounge before Taylor Swift finds out about it and moves in. For more on D.C. life, follow Sadie on Twitter: @SadieDing


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March 14–27 14 Thu. | Brent Birckhead

The award-winning saxophonist and Lauryn Hill touring band alum presents his own group, celebrating his debut release, Birckhead.

15 Fri. | Spacetime Dance

Choreographer Katie C. Sopoci Drake directs Mountain Empire Performance Collective in Is It Through You, a collaboration inspired by Whitman’s poem “To A Pupil,” and presents her company Spacetime Dance in Awakening, which is designed to awaken our senses to nature, with special guest company LucidBeings Dance.

16 Sat. | Youth Arts Showcase

Explosion: Full STEAM Ahead

Six exceptionally talented African American high school seniors from the DMV area showcase their talents. Each competing student will receive a scholarship award toward their education and career in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM). Presented in collaboration with the Reston Chapter of The Links, Inc. and the DC Chapter of The Society, Inc.

17 Sun. | Jan Cmejla

In the Terrace Theater Only 15 years old, the piano virtuoso performs a program of Beethoven, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, and Novák. Presented in collaboration with the Embassy of the Czech Republic. *Free general admission tickets—up to two per person—will be distributed in the States Gallery, beginning at 5 p.m. The Millennium Stage was created and underwritten by James A. Johnson and Maxine Isaacs to make the performing arts accessible to everyone in fulfillment of the Kennedy Center’s mission to its community and the nation. Generous support is provided by The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation and The Karel Komárek Family Foundation. Additional support is provided by Kimberly Engel and Family-The Dennis and Judy Engel Charitable Foundation, The Gessner Family Foundation, The Irene Pollin Audience Development and Community Engagement Initiatives, The Isadore and Bertha Gudelsky Family Foundation, Inc., The Meredith Foundation, Dr. Deborah Rose and Dr. Jan A.J. Stolwijk, the U.S. Department of Education, and the Millennium Stage Endowment Fund. The Millennium Stage Endowment Fund was made possible by James A. Johnson and Maxine Isaacs, Fannie Mae Foundation, the Kimsey Endowment, Gilbert† and Jaylee† Mead, Mortgage Bankers Association of America and other anonymous gifts to secure the future of the Millennium Stage.

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18 Mon. | Washington Women in Jazz Festival

Powerful compositions break the boundaries of improvised music, showcasing women who forge their own paths in a male-dominated jazz world.

19 Tue. | The Duke Ellington School of the Arts Vocal Music Department

In From the Requiem to the Passion, the vocal department presents excerpts of Mozart’s Requiem followed by excerpts of the narration of the Passion of Christ through thought-provoking and uplifting music and dance.

20 Wed. | Lubana Al Quntar

The singer performs Syriac hymns in the Aramaic-Syrian dialect, which was used as a lingua franca in the near east from the sixth century BC.

21 Thu. | Vishtèn

The powerful trio of Acadian singers and multi-instrumentalists perform Canadian music with French and Celtic roots and rock energy.

23 Sat. | Blacks in Wax

This year’s stage performance showcases young activists who have made an impact in the country and the world through their public protests and involvement. Our two-week celebration of contemporary culture returns for a second season March 24–April 7. Training its focus on new works and interdisciplinary creations, the 2019 spring immersion showcases some of the most provocative, original, and pioneering voices in the arts today. For full schedule, visit Kennedy-Center.org/ DIRECTCURRENT

24 Sun. | Hugar

The multitalented Icelandic instrumental duo has forged a musical lane of its own with a genre-defying sound.

25 Mon. | Elder Ones

Presented in collaboration with the Embassy of Canada.

Led by Amirtha Kidambi, the quartet creates drones on the harmonium— an old, air-powered keyboard—and coaxes its bandmates into ripping them apart.

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26 Tue. | Tashera

Long inspired by B.B. King’s delta blues stylings, he is performing works by B.B. King to honor the man who created them. Joining him is Ms. Zeno the Louisiana Mojo Queen, who is channeling the rough powerful vocals of Koko Taylor, often referred to as “The Queen of the Blues.”

27 Wed. | Liberated Muse

Ms. Zeno

A native of Baltimore and new resident of D.C., the soul artist and singer/ songwriter has a voice that is both captivating and unforgettable. The all-female arts collective led by Khadijah Ali-Coleman presents a tapestry of jazzy blues and spoken word to soulful a cappella ballads.

For details or to watch online, visit kennedy-center.org/millennium.

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‘Cross Transit’ Japanese choreographer and dancer Akiko Kitamura’s latest piece highlights the recent history and struggles of Cambodia. In partnership with Cambodian photographer Kim Hak, Kitamura translates the experience of artists from the Southeast Asian nation who lived and worked through the genocide of the late 1970s. The work incorporates Hak’s visual art, street dancing styles and even martial arts. Kennedy Center, THE MOST UNKNOWN

At its height, B2K seemed destined to become the new millennium’s answer to New Edition. But after releasing two Billboard-charting albums and starring in the coming-of-age film “You Got Served,” the R&B teen heartthrobs vanished from the public eye, with each member focusing on solo endeavors. About 15 years after their split, Omarion, Lil’ Fizz, J-Boog and Raz-B are back together singing the hits for the aptly named “Millennium” tour. EagleBank Arena, 4500 Patriot Circle, Fairfax; Fri., 8 p.m., $79.50-$142.50. MUSIC

Mike Gordon When he’s not touring arenas and amphitheaters with Phish, bassist Mike Gordon heads out with his eponymous solo band, which includes veterans of the jam band scene. His shows can be even more playful than Phish gigs, with Gordon using a light-up bass and passing an interactive instrument called the Reel through the crowd. Gordon is supporting 2017’s “OGOGO,” which leans funky and experimental. 9:30 Club,

STARTS THURSDAY

Environmental Film Festival Various locations, Thu. through March 24, various times and prices, go to dceff.org for details.

During the Environmental Film Festival’s 11 days of screenings, see the issues facing the planet on a big screen — or in virtual reality, as is the case with photographer Aaron Huey’s tour of Bears Ears National Monument. Sponsor National Geographic will serve as the festival’s main stage, joining more than 20 venues, including E Street Cinema and Smithsonian museums. One highlight is the Netflix documentary “The Most Unknown,” above, in which nine scientists travel to different parts of the world and try to answer humanity’s biggest questions.

815 V St. NW; Fri., 8 p.m., $30.

Sun.

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U Street Music Hall 9-year anniversary week For nearly a decade, U Street Music Hall has been an integral part of the U Street NW neighborhood and local music community. Initially a venue for electronic acts, it has evolved to include much more robust offerings. The 10-day celebration kicks off Friday with a DJ set from Los Angeles duo Classixx, followed by club owner Will Eastman’s album release party and alt-country artist Maggie Rose, both on Saturday. U Street Music Hall, 1115 U St. NW; Fri. through March 24, various times and prices.

Carl Stone Sampling can be a laborious process, so it’s no surprise that an early pioneer of the art is also an academic. Carl Stone, a Californiaraised composer and professor of sound design at a Japanese university, has been performing his brand of experimental soundscapes for more than four decades. His latest release, this month’s “Baroo,” is one of his most widely accessible works yet, pulsing with Cuban dance rhythms and other global sounds. Rhizome DC, 6950 Maple St. NW; Sun., 8 p.m., $15.

THURSDAY-SUNDAY

Michelle Wolf DC Improv, 1140 Connecticut Ave. NW; Thu.-Sun., various times, sold out.

Michelle Wolf’s stand-up at last year’s White House correspondents’ dinner was so scathing that the annual black-tie affair decided against having a comedian at this year’s event. It also turned her into one of the country’s most prominent comedians. The former “Late Night With Seth Meyers” and “The Daily Show With Trevor Noah” contributor returns to D.C. with a weekend of shows for what should more receptive audiences at the DC Improv.

2700 F St. NW Tue., 7:30 p.m., $29-$39.

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Luther Dickinson & Sisters of the Strawberry Moon Guitarist Luther Dickinson has always taken a folklorist approach to his music, reviving old songs as a solo artist and with North Mississippi Allstars. His latest project, Sisters of the Strawberry Moon, finds him collaborating with Amy Helm, Birds of Chicago, Amy LaVere and Sharde Thomas on a series of rootsy Americana songs City Winery, 1350 Okie St. NE; Wed., 8 p.m., $30-$45. EXHIBITS

‘In Peak Bloom’ Artechouse celebrates cherry blossom season with “In Peak Bloom,” five immersive installations designed by women artists. Each offers a virtual spectacle based on the flowers. “Blooming,” by Korean-American artist Lisa Park, uses visitors’ biometric data to create a visually stunning art piece. Artechouse, 1238 Maryland Ave SW; Wed. through May 27, $16-$20. .

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going out guide Selected listings from goingoutguide.com. Head online for venue information and more events and activities!

Sound THURSDAY Blues Alley: Eddie Palmieri, 8 & 10 p.m., through March 17.

City Winery: Wylder, 8 p.m.; Crystal Bowersox, 8 p.m. Gypsy Sally’s: Mother’s Little Helper, 16th & T Band, 8 p.m. Hill Country: Andrea Von Kampen, 8:30 p.m.

Pearl Street Warehouse: Moonshine Society, 9:30 p.m.

The Birchmere: Kinky Friedman and Dale Watson, 7:30 p.m. Union Stage: Remember Jones, 8 p.m.

FRIDAY Gypsy Sally’s: White Ford Bronco, 9 p.m., through March 16.

Hill Country: Wynchester, 9:30 p.m. MilkBoy ArtHouse: Noura Mint Pearl Street Warehouse: Andy Frasco and the U.N., Wild Adriatic, 8:45 p.m.

The Barns at Wolf Trap: Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams, 8 p.m. The Birchmere: Del & Dawg, 7:30 p.m. U Street Music Hall: Stella Donnelly, 7 p.m.

SATURDAY 9:30 Club: Teenage Fanclub, 8 p.m.

JOSH TIMMERMANS (NOBLE VISIONS)

Seymali, 8 p.m.

Widespread Panic: Veteran Southern rock band Widespread Panic doesn’t tour like a normal anymore. Instead, the improvisation-minded group, which formed in Athens, Ga., in 1986, sticks mostly to multi-night runs in the same city. Last year, Widespread Panic took over The Theatre at MGM National Harbor for three-nights during St. Patrick’s Day weekend, and the group will do it again this year, Friday through Sunday. The band hasn’t released a proper album since 2015 and changes the set each night, so anything is possible.

BlackRock Center for the Arts:

MONDAY

Mwenso and the Shakes, 8 p.m.

Blues Alley: Carr - Keys Quintet, 8 &

Comet Ping Pong: Loi Loi, 10 p.m.

10 p.m.

MilkBoy ArtHouse: Wicca Phase

Dumbarton Oaks Museum: Howling

Springs Eternal, 8 p.m.

Gaels, 8 p.m.

Pearl Street Warehouse: Icewagon

The Birchmere: Todd Snider, 7:30 p.m. PHILLIP FARAONE (GETTY IMAGES FOR DELTA AIR LINES)

FLU, 7 p.m.

Publick Playhouse: Victory Boyd, 8 p.m.

Sixth & I Historic Synagogue: Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio, 8 p.m.

The Anthem: Erykah Badu, 8 p.m. The Birchmere: Tom Rush, 7:30 p.m. The Fillmore: The Interrupters, 8 p.m. The Kennedy Center: Nate Smith + Kinfolk with Van Hunt, 9 p.m.

SUNDAY City Winery: Rare Essence, 8 p.m. Pearl Street Warehouse: Jordan Brooker, 8 p.m.

Union Stage: Scythian, 5 p.m.

Ella Mai: How do you even to follow the heat of “Boo’d Up”? That’s the question facing this British singer, who rode high last summer on the wave of her burning love ballad that blended her assertive coos with nostalgic ’90s R&B production. The 24-year-old’s breakthrough anthem earned her a Grammy for best R&B song and anchored her 2018 self-titled debut album. On Friday, she comes to The Fillmore.

U Street Music Hall: Ibibio Sound Machine, 7 p.m.

Union Stage: CHAI, 6:30 p.m.

TUESDAY Blues Alley: Atom String Quartet, 8 & 10 pm.

The Birchmere: We Three, 7:30 p.m. U Street Music Hall: Token, 7 p.m.

WEDNESDAY Blues Alley: Spencer Day, 8 & 10 p.m. The Birchmere: Lunasa, 7:30 p.m. Gypsy Sally’s: The Tommy McGee Band, Jeff Smith & The Human Wilderness String Band, 8 p.m.

Sight American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center: “Michael B. Platt + Carol A. Beane: Influences and Connections”: A collaborative exhibition of works by the Washington artists, inspired by the ancestral stories told by the indigenous people of Australia, through Sunday; “Jiri Kolar (1912-2002): Forms of Visual Poetry”: An exhibition dedicated to the visual artist and poet associated with modernism. Imprisoned during the Communist regime in Czechoslovakia for his critique of it in his poetry, he turned to the use of visual art as it was not as easily censured, through Sunday; “Nancy at Ninety: A Retrospective of Form and Color”: An exhibition covering seven decades of the work of Washington sculptor Nancy Frankel, who celebrates her 90th CONTINUED ON PAGE 34


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birthday in 2019, through Sunday. 4400 Massachusetts Ave. NW.

Anacostia Community Museum: â&#x20AC;&#x153;A Right to the Cityâ&#x20AC;?: An exhibition that explores the history of the changing neighborhoods in Washington, of how citizens helped change their neighborhoods through bettering public education and the greening of communities, and by rallying for more equitable transit and development, through April 20. 1901 Fort Place SE. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Carolina Mayorga: Pink Ranchos and Other Ephemeral Zip Codesâ&#x20AC;?: This exhibition is a site-specific multimedia project on the subject of homelessness, home and the artistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s love of the color pink, through May 19; 201 18th St. NW.

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Arthur M. Sackler Gallery: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Encountering the Buddha: Art and Practice Across Asiaâ&#x20AC;?: An exhibition of Buddhist art from India, China, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Cambodia,

JONE KVIE

Art Museum of the Americas:

American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center: â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Gifts of Tony Podestaâ&#x20AC;? is an exhibition of photography and sculpture donated by Tony Podesta â&#x20AC;&#x201D; a supporter of contemporary art by women â&#x20AC;&#x201D; over the past decade to the Corcoran Gallery of Art. The installation runs through Sunday.

ARTISTS RESPOND:

American Art and the Vietnam War

March 15â&#x20AC;&#x201C;August 18

A groundbreaking exhibition highlighting nearly 60 artists who grappled with a war that forever changed America.

OPENING THIS WEEKEND!

TIFFANY CHUNG: Vietnam, Past Is Prologue

8th and G Streets, NW | Free | Daily 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. AmericanArt.si.edu | #atSAAM Martha Rosler, Red Stripe Kitchen, from the series House Beautiful: Bringing the War Home (detail), ca. 1967â&#x20AC;&#x201C;72, photomontage, Art Institute of Chicago, through prior gift of Adeline Yates; exhibition copy provided by Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York. Š Martha Rosler; Image courtesy of the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York Tiffany Chung, 2SHUDWLRQ/DP6ČŤQ-DQĹ&#x160;$SULO, 2018, acrylic, ink, and oil on vellum and paper. Courtesy the artist and Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York. Š 2018 Tiffany Chung

March 15â&#x20AC;&#x201C;September 2

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ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY

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Baltimore Museum of Art: “Monsters and Myths: Surrealism and the War in the 1930s and 1940s” is an exhibition of around 90 Surrealist works by artists including Andre Masson, Salvador Dali, Max Ernst and Pablo Picasso that demonstrates the influence of the Spanish Civil War and World War II in their works. The exhibit runs through May 26. Thailand, Indonesia and Japan, through Nov. 29; “Shaping Clay in Ancient Iran”: An exhibition of ancient ceramics including animal-shaped vessels and jars and bowls decorated with animal figures produced in northwestern Iran from 5200 B.C. to A.D. 225, through Sept. 1. 1050 Independence Ave. SW.

Folger Shakespeare Library: “First Chefs: Fame and Foodways From Britain to the Americas”: An exhibition of food-related books, manuscripts and archaeological finds that tells the stories of five chefs considered heroes of early modern food culture, through March 31. 201 East Capitol St. SE.

George Washington University Museum and the Textile Museum:

Glenstone: The highlight of the recent expansion of the contemporary and modern art museum is the Pavilions, which display works by worldrenowned artists who made important contributions to contemporary art. Reservations are required and are available through the website. 12100 Glen Road, Potomac, Md.

Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens: “Perfume & Seduction”: An exhibition of luxury accessories of the toilette, an elaborate daily ritual of rising, dressing, pampering and primping popular with wealthy Parisians in the mid-18th century, through June 9. 4155 Linnean Ave. NW.

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: “Rafael Lozano-Hemmer:

Pulse”: This three-part, interactive exhibition visually displays individual heartbeats gathered from the day’s museum visitors, through April 28; “Mark Bradford: Pickett’s Charge”: A site-specific installation of eight abstract paintings — each more than 45 feet long, and inspired by artist Paul Philippoteaux’s 19th-century cyclorama depicting the final charge of the Battle of Gettysburg, Pickett’s Charge — encircles the museum’s third level. Seventh Street and Independence Avenue SW.

Kogod Courtyard: “Orchids: Amazing Adaptations”: A joint collaboration with Smithsonian Gardens, U.S. Botanic Garden, Smithsonian American Art Museum and National Portrait Gallery, this installation of hundreds of orchids in the Kogod courtyard showcases their broad environmental adaptation, through April 28. Eighth and F streets NW. CONTINUED ON PAGE 38

Now thru March 29 | Opera House Music and libretto by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Based on the novel by Alexander Pushkin Sung in Russian with projected English titles. Casting available at Kennedy-Center.org/wno

Kennedy-Center.org

Groups call (202) 416-8400

(202) 467-4600

For all other ticket-related customer service inquiries, call the Advance Sales Box Office at (202) 416-8540

Major support for WNO is provided by Jacqueline Badger Mars.

WNO’s Presenting Sponsor

David M. Rubenstein is the Presenting Underwriter of WNO. WNO acknowledges the longstanding generosity of Life Chairman Mrs. Eugene B. Casey.

Additional support for Eugene Onegin is provided by the National Endowment for the Arts.

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“Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms”: An exhibition of works by Norman Rockwell, part of an international traveling exhibition on the Four Freedoms outlined by Franklin D.

Roosevelt: freedom of speech; freedom of worship; freedom from want; and freedom from fear, through April 29. 701 21st St. NW.

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THEATRE Poetic Chicle The Return of Loco Culebra

Shear Madness The Kennedy Center Theater Lab

Solas Nua presents

Silent Avant Bard presents

Topdog/ Underdog

March 15 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 16 Fri & Sat at 8 pm

Quique Aviles returns as Loco Culebra and confronts the realities of refugees and immigrants in the Trump era.

GALA Theatre 3333 14th Street, NW 202-234-7174 galatheatre.org

Regular Schedule: Tuesdayâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;Friday at 8 Saturday at 6 & 9 Sunday at 3 & 7

Take a stab at catching the killer at this wildly popular comedy whodunit that keeps audiences laughing all over the world. "Shrieks of laughter night after night at the Kennedy Center." (Washington Post)

The Kennedy Center Theater Lab Student Rush Tickets Available Tickets: 202-467-4600 Groups: 202-416-8400 www.shearmadness.com

March 5 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 24 8pm; Sundays at 3pm

An Olivier Award winning production straight from Ireland, Silent is a brave, beautiful play from Fishamble: The New Play Company in Dublin.

PWYW previews Mar 15, 16 & 18. Regular perfs run Mar 21 to Apr 14.

The explosive dark comedy by Suzan-Lori Parks about two brothers grappling for destiny.

Solas Nua at Atlas Performing Arts Center 1333 H St NE solasnua.org Gunston Arts Center 2700 S Lang St, Arlington, VA 22206 | Tix & info: AvantBard.org/tickets

Bilingual with English surtitles

$20

Tickets Available at the Box Office

Added Shows: Mon at 8PM Tue at 5PM Wed at 5PM Thu at 5PM Criticâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pick, Ben Brantley, The New York Times Pay What You Will now available every show

$35

PWYW to $40

PERFORMANCES Chamber Music Series

Sunday, March 17 at 2:00 p.m.

Join musicians from â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Presidentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ownâ&#x20AC;? for Bachâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Violin Sonata in E, BWV 1016 and Mozartâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s String Quartet in F, K. 590, as well as folk-style string pieces perfect for St. Patrickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day.

Sousa Band Hall Marine Barracks Annex 1053 7th Street, SE Washington, DC 20003

FREE, no tickets required

Washington National Cathedral 3101 Wisconsin Ave. NW cathedralchoralsociety.org 202-537-2228 / 877-537-2228

Starting at $25;

Free parking under overpass on 7th Street across from Annex

MUSIC - CHORAL Cathedral Choral Society

Sunday, March 17, 4:00 pm

Rachmaninoff Liturgy

With both moments of impressive grandeur and breathtaking beauty, Rachmaninoffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s writing for a cappella chorus is unmatched. The â&#x20AC;&#x153;Liturgy of St. John Chrysostomâ&#x20AC;? is performed, led by Music Director Steven Fox in his premiere season with the chorus.

students /youth $16

Parking: $10 in the Cathedral garage; free on Cathedral grounds. Srs & Military: 10% off

MUSIC - CONCERTS DC Tango Festival Presents

Forever Piazzolla

Friday March 29 at 7:30 pm

Embassy of the Argentine Republic 1600 New Hampshire Ave., NW Tickets and Information: 240.242.8032 www.panamsymphony.org

$40 advance sale only

Sponsored by the DC Commission on the Arts & the Embassy of the Argentine Republic

DREAMERSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; CIRCUS

ANOUSHKA SHANKAR

WED, APR 10, 8pm â&#x20AC;˘ SIXTH & I

SAT, MAR 23, 7pm & 9:30pm SIXTH & I

By turns fiery and reflective, this Danish acoustic trio (featuring Rune Tonsgaard Sørensen of the Danish String Quartet) blends Scandinavian folk music with classical accents and other global influences on violin, accordion, and cittern (a cousin of the mandolin).

The sitar virtuoso and cross-genre adventurer returns to her roots in North Indian classical music. Special thanks: Encompass Supply Galena-Yorktown Foundation; Honorary Patron: His Excellency Navtej Sarna, Ambassador of India

The Pan American Symphony with Rodolfo Zanetti on bandoneon performs an evening of music by nuevo tango composer Astor Piazzolla, known for revolutionizing the tango by infusing it with classical music and jazz. A vin d'honneur with Argentine wines will follow the concert.

7pm LIMITED AVAILABILITY!

TICKETS: WashingtonPerformingArts.org

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Special thanks: Galena-Yorktown Foundation; Honorary Patron: His Excellency Lars Gert Lose, Ambassador of Denmark

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MUSIC - CONCERTS Friday March 22 at 7:30 pm

DC Tango Festival Presents

The Pedro Giraudo A vin d'honneur with Argentine wines will Tango Quartet follow the concert.

Faculty Spotlight Concert

Jazz Heritage Series

2018 Latin Grammy Award winner, bassist and composer, Pedro Giraudo is one of the most creative and daring bandleaders on the scene today. His compositions combine his love of classical forms, Argentine tango, folk music, and jazz improvisation.

Embassy of the Argentine Republic 1600 New Hampshire Ave., NW Tickets and Information: 240.242.8032 www.panamsymphony.org

Fri, Mar 15, at 7 pm

Washington Conservatory Faculty Members will present a potpourri of musical instruments, periods & styles at this annual benefit concert to raise funds for scholarships for underserved students. All donations at the door support scholarships.

Westmoreland Congregational Church 1 Westmoreland Circle Bethesda, MD 301-320-2770 WashingtonConservatory.Org

Fri, March 22, 8 p.m.

Join the Airmen of Note for the return of the 2019 Jazz Heritage Series featuring jazz trumpeter Randy Brecker. This performance will feature big band classics and original jazz compositions. This concert is FREE. Tickets required. Tickets available at https://usafband.eventbrite.com

Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall & Arts Ctr. 4915 E Campus Dr. Alexandria, VA

$40 advance sale only

Sponsored by the DC Commission on the Arts & the Embassy of the Argentine Republic

FREE suggest $20 donation

Guests are invited to a post-concert wine reception.

Free

Tickets https:// usafband. eventbrite. com

FREE

301.581.5100 Strathmore.org

The music of one of the most popular artists in American history.

$25

Coffee and pastries with the artists following performance

MUSIC - JAZZ On the Air: A Glenn Miller Swing Celebration

Tuesday, April 2, 8pm

The United States Air Force Band and emcee Murray Horwitz present a swinging salute to big-band jazz legend Glenn Miller, starring the present-day incarnation of the military band he founded as a U.S. Army captain during World War II.

The Music Center at Strathmore 5301 Tuckerman Lane North Bethesda, MD 20852

OPERA MDLO presents

Evening of Mozart: The Da Ponte Operas

March 15 at 7:30pm March 16 at 7:30pm

Excerpts from 3 of Mozartâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most celebrated operas: Le nozze di Figaro, Don Giovanni and Cosi fan tutte, hosted by Music Director Louis Salemno.

Bethesda United Methodist Church 8300 Old Georgetown Road 240 427 5568 MDLO.org

La Paloma at the Wall

Sat 3/23 and 3/30 at 8pm, Sun 3/24 and 3/31 at 2pm

Spanish operetta La Verbena de la Paloma, reimagined at the border wall. Musical arrangement inspired by son jarocho, dance by Corazon Folklorico DC, art by the Latin American Youth Center.

GALA Hispanic Theatre 3333 14th Street NW (202)204-7763 www.inseries.org

Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30pm

A musical, political satire. We put the MOCK in Democracy! www.capsteps.com Info: 202.312.1555

$20-45

Directorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Salon 3/11, Public Fandango 3/16

COMEDY Make America Grin Again

Ronald Reagan Building 1300 Pennsylvania Ave, NW Tix available at 202.397.SEAT ticketmaster.com

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KINKY FRIEDMAN & DALE WATSON "Long Tales & Short Songs DEL & DAWG

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Reed Foehl Cash Cabin Sessions Vol. 3, Album Release Tour!

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Seen on WE THREE As“AGT”! 20 LUNASA 22 OHIO PLAYERS 23 THE FOUR BITCHIN' BABES

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JIM"Share BRICKMAN The Love"

24 DEMO: Now (March 2018) Patricia Delgado with Victor Lozano and Jason Collins, Brooklyn Rider, photo by Teresa Wood

THE RIPPINGTONS RUSSfeaturing FREEMAN 26 ROBERT EARL KEEN 27 DAVID ARCHULETA 28 BIG BAD VOODOO DADDY 25

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Patricia Delgado

Dance Heginbotham

Juilliard String Quartet

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In Gratitude: Tribute to EWF and Motown & More! 30

HARMONY SWEEPSTAKES Mid-Atlantic Regionals 2019

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ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL

Apr 5 Sarah Kay

Caroline Shaw

Caleb Teicher

Damian Woetzel

Joel Wenhardt

Photo by Kait Moreno

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DEMO: Now by Damian Woetzel

The former New York City Ballet principal dancer and new Juilliard President Damian Woetzel curates and hosts an evening of recent commissions and D.C. premieres from some of today’s most creative voices in dance and music.

March 29 & 30 | Terrace Theater Kennedy-Center.org (202) 467-4600

DEMO is presented as part of The Irene Pollin Audience Development and Community Engagement Initiatives.

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ART MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAS

Sally Fingerett, Debi Smith, Deirdre Flint, & Christine Lavin

Art Museum of the Americas: “A Gaze Through the Cintas Fellowship Program” is an exhibition of 15 works from the Cintas Foundation’s collection and 10 works from the museum’s permanent collection. Cuban artists including Mario Carreno, Felipe Orlando, Hugo Consuegra and others are featured. See it through June 9.

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Library of Congress: “Art in Action: Herblock and Fellow Artists Respond to Their Times”: An exhibition of drawings by Washington Post editorial cartoonist Herblock paired with artists’ prints, drawings and posters that comment on news from the 17th century to the present, through Aug. 17. 10 First St. SE.

Museum of the Bible: Five floors of exhibits of ancient biblical manuscripts, including an array of texts on papyrus, Jewish texts, the world’s largest private collection of Torah scrolls, medieval manuscripts and Bibles belonging to celebrities. 400 Fourth St. SW.

National Building Museum: “Evicted”: Created with the help of eviction researcher and author Matthew Desmond, this exhibition is an immersive experience that introduces visitors to the experience of eviction and also includes information on the rise and reason for evictions, and the programs available to families, children and teens to combat it, through May 19; “Secret Cities: The Architecture and Planning of the Manhattan Project”: An exhibition that examines the innovative design and construction of cities created for the Manhattan Project — Oak Ridge, Tenn.; Hanford, Wash.; and Los Alamos, N.M. — examining daily life within, and showing that social stratification and segregation were evident, through

July 28; “Hoops”: An exhibition of photographs by Bill Bamberger of public and private basketball courts and hoops, shown without people and presented as portraits of neighborhoods and communities, through Jan. 5. 401 F St. NW.

National Gallery of Art: “Dawoud Bey: The Birmingham Project”: An exhibition of four large-scale photographs and one video from the artist’s series, a memorial to the victims of the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Ala., on Sept. 15, 1963, through April 21. Sixth Street and Constitution Avenue NW. National Geographic Museum: “Queens of Egypt Exhibition”: An exhibition of some 300 objects, including jewelry, statuary and sarcophagi; and a 3D tour of a tomb in the Valley of the Queens, through Sept. 2. 1145 17th St. NW.

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show host, actor and film producer who founded her own media company, through June 1. 14th Street and Constitution Avenue NW.

National Museum of Women in the Arts: “Ambreen Butt: Mark My

National Museum of African Art: “Good as Gold: Fashioning Senegalese Women”: This exhibition of gold jewelry — a 2012 gift from art historian Marian Ashby Johnson — looks at the production and circulation of gold in Senegal, through

Words”: An exhibition of works that explores the Pakistani-American artist’s Persian miniature painting and range of techniques, including drawing, stitching, staining, etching and gluing, through April 14. 1250 New York Ave. NW.

National Museum of the American Indian: “Nation to Nation: Treaties

Between the United States and American Indian Nations”: An exhibition exploring the relationship between Native American nations and the United States, through April 1; “Our Universes: Traditional Knowledge Shapes Our World”: The exhibition focuses on indigenous cosmologies, worldviews and philosophies related to the creation and order of the universe and the spiritual relationship between humankind and the natural world, through Sept. 1; “The

Great Inka Road: Engineering an Empire”: To celebrate the construction of the Inca Road, which linked Cuzco, Peru, with the farthest reaches of the empire, the exhibition digs into its early foundations and the technologies that made building the road possible, through June 1; “Americans”: An exhibition of 350 objects and images that explores the prevalence of American Indian names and images throughout American culture including the Trail of Tears, baking powder cans,

Local movie times DISTRICT

AMC Georgetown 14

3111 K Street N.W. www.amctheatres.com/ How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 2:00-7:30 How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World 3D (PG) CC/DVS;RealD 3D;Recliners;RS: 4:45-10:15 Captain Marvel (PG-13) CC/DVS;Dolby Cinema at AMC Prime;Recliners;RS: 12:00-3:156:30-9:45 Captain Marvel in Disney Digital 3D (PG-13) CC/DVS;RealD 3D;Recliners;RS: 2:155:30-8:45 Wonder Park (PG) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 4:00-9:00 Alita: Battle Angel (PG-13) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 1:00 Isn't It Romantic (PG-13) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 2:10-4:35-7:10-9:35 Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (PG-13) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 1:50-4:40-7:40-10:30 Captive State (PG-13) AMC Independent;CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 7:10-10:10 What Men Want (R) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 1:10 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (PG) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 4:15 Green Book (PG-13) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 12:30-3:50-6:10-9:40 Free Solo (PG-13) AMC Independent;Recliners;RS: 1:15-3:30 Greta (R) AMC Independent;CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 1:45-4:20-7:05 Five Feet Apart (PG-13) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 7:00-10:00 Apollo 11 (G) AMC Independent;CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 1:40-4:20-7:00-9:30 Wonder Park in 3D (PG) CC/DVS;RealD 3D;Recliners;RS: 6:30 Captain Marvel: The IMAX 2D Experience (PG-13) CC/DVS;RS: 12:45-4:00-7:15-10:30 The Kid (R) Recliners;RS: 12:00-2:40-5:15-7:50-10:25 Captain Marvel (PG-13) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 1:30-4:45-8:00-9:15

AMC Mazza Gallerie

5300 Wisconsin Ave. NW www.amctheatres.com/ How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG) CC/DVS: 12:00-3:00-5:20-7:50 Captain Marvel (PG-13) CC/DVS: 12:00-1:20-4:20-5:40-7:30 Captain Marvel in Disney Digital 3D (PG-13) CC/DVS;RealD 3D: 2:50-8:10 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (PG) CC/DVS: 12:20-5:30 Wonder Park (PG) CC/DVS: 4:00-6:15-8:30 Green Book (PG-13) CC/DVS: 1:00 Five Feet Apart (PG-13) CC/DVS: 7:00 They Shall Not Grow Old (2018) (R) Alternative Content;CC/DVS: 2:30 Apollo 11 (G) AMC Independent;CC/DVS: 12:30-2:50-5:15-7:40

AMC Uptown 1

3426 Connecticut Avenue N.W. www.amctheatres.com/ Captain Marvel (PG-13) CC/DVS: 12:40-7:00 Captain Marvel in Disney Digital 3D (PG-13) CC/DVS;RealD 3D: 3:45

Avalon Theatre

5612 Connecticut Avenue www.theavalon.org Never Look Away (Werk ohne Autor) (R) AD: 11:15-3:15-7:15 Green Book (PG-13) CC;AD; WINNER BEST PICTURE OSCAR!!!: 5:00 Free Solo (PG-13) CC;AD: 2:45-7:45 Green Book (PG-13) Open Caption: 12:00

Landmark Atlantic Plumbing Cinema

807 V Street Northwest www.landmarktheatres.com/ Isn't It Romantic (PG-13) CC/DVS;HA;HoH: 11:25-1:20-3:15-5:10 Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (PG-13) CC/DVS;HA;HoH: 11:30-1:40-4:00-7:10-9:25 Vice (R) CC/DVS;HA;HoH: 11:20-2:00-4:40 Captive State (PG-13) CC/DVS;HA;HoH: 7:30-9:45 Green Book (PG-13) CC/DVS;HA;HoH: 11:10-4:30-9:55 Captain Marvel (PG-13) CC/DVS;HA;HoH;No Passes: 11:00-11:40-1:30-1:50-2:10-4:104:50-7:00-7:20-7:40-7:50-9:35-10:10-10:20

Landmark E Street Cinema

555 11th St Northwest www.landmarktheatres.com/ 2019 Oscar Nominated Shorts - Animation (NR) HA;HoH: 1:00-5:15 2019 Oscar Nominated Shorts - Live Action (NR) HA;HoH: 2:45 Everybody Knows (Todos lo saben) (R) CC/DVS;HA;HoH;Subtitled: 1:20 The Wedding Guest (R) CC/DVS;HA;HoH: 1:00-3:15-5:30-7:45-9:55 If Beale Street Could Talk (R) CC/DVS;HA;HoH: 1:25-4:15-7:05-9:35 Climax (R) CC/DVS;HA;HoH;Partially Subtitled: 2:20-4:50-7:20-9:50 Gloria Bell (R) CC/DVS;HA;HoH: 5:00-7:30-9:45 The Favourite (R) CC/DVS;HA;HoH: 1:15-4:15-7:15-9:40 Greta (R) CC/DVS;HA;HoH: 2:15-9:50 Woman at War (Kona fer í stría) CC;HA;HoH;Subtitled: 2:30-4:55-7:30-9:50 Birds of Passage (Pájaros de verano) HA;HoH;Subtitled: 7:00-9:35

Landmark West End Cinema

2301 M St Northwest www.landmarktheatres.com/ On The Basis Of Sex (PG-13) CC/DVS;HA;HoH: 1:00-4:00-7:00 Giant Little Ones (R) HA;HoH: 1:30-4:30-7:30 Cold War (Zimna Wojna) (R) CC/DVS;HA;HoH;Subtitled: 1:15-4:15-7:15

Regal Gallery Place Stadium 14

701 Seventh St NW www.regmovies.com How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:40-3:20-6:00-8:35 Captain Marvel (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:00-12:30-1:30-2:20-3:00-3:30-4:30-6:00-6:30-7:30-8:15-9:00-9:30-10:30 Captain Marvel in Disney Digital 3D (PG-13) 3D;4DX;4DX 3D;CC;DV;No Passes;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 1:00-4:00-7:00-10:00 Wonder Park (PG) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 4:00-6:15 Alita: Battle Angel (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:55-3:35 Fighting with My Family (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:10 A Star is Born (R) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 2:50-6:10-9:30 Bohemian Rhapsody (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:153:30-6:50-10:15 Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;ReservedSelected;Stadium: 1:10-3:45-8:30-9:50 What Men Want (R) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:05-3:00-9:55 Isn't It Romantic (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:00 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (PG) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:00-2:40-5:20-8:00-10:40 Green Book (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:25 Patterns of Evidence: Moses Controversy 2D;No Pass/SS;Recliner;ReservedSelected;Stadium: 6:30 Fate/stay night [Heaven's Feel] II. lost butterfly 2D;No Pass/SS;Recliner;ReservedSelected;Stadium: 7:00

Thanksgiving, the Tomahawk missile, stories of Pocahontas and the Battle of Little Bighorn, through Sept. 30; Fourth Street and Independence Avenue SW.

National Portrait Gallery: “Black Out: Silhouettes Then and Now”: An exhibition that studies the silhouette, a form of portraiture popular in the 19th century, featuring the gallery’s extensive collection, including works by Auguste Edouart, who captured the likenesses

(!) No Pass/No Discount Ticket Captain Marvel in Disney Digital 3D (PG-13) 3D;CC;DV;No Passes;Recliner;ReservedSelected;Stadium: 5:15 How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes;ReservedSelected;Stadium: 1:20-4:00-6:40-9:20 Five Feet Apart (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 7:00-9:50

Smithsonian - Lockheed Martin IMAX Theater

601 Independence Ave SW www.si.edu/imax Aircraft Carrier: Guardians of the Seas 3D (2018) (NR) 10:50-12:00-3:30 Journey to Space: The IMAX 3D Experience (NR) 10:20-11:25-12:35-2:55 Captain Marvel: The IMAX 2D Experience (PG-13) Standard IMAX: 4:00-6:25-8:50 Apollo 11: The IMAX 2D Experience 1:10

Smithsonian - Warner Bros. Theater

14th St and Constitution Ave Northwest www.si.edu/theaters Tornado Alley 3D (NR) 10:30-3:50 National Parks Adventure 3D (America Wild 3D) (NR) 11:00-12:40-4:25 D-Day: Normandy 1944 3D (NR) 11:50AM They Shall Not Grow Old (2018) 3D (R) 1:30 Free Solo (PG-13) 5:15

MARYLAND

AFI Silver Theatre Cultural Center

8633 Colesville Road www.afi.com/silver Crazy Rich Asians (PG-13) CC/Accessibility devices available;English Subtitles: 7:15 Ouaga Girls (NR) English Subtitles: 5:15 Birds of Passage (Pájaros de verano) English Subtitles: 2:00-4:30 Everybody Knows (Todos lo saben) (R) English Subtitles: 1:35-4:15 Our Madness (NR) English Subtitles: 7:00 Yomeddine English Subtitles: 7:10 Lords Of Chaos (R) 2:30-9:20 Mayfair (NR) 9:00

AMC Center Park 8

4001 Powder Mill Rd. www.amctheatres.com/ How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 1:30-4:007:00-9:30 Captain Marvel (PG-13) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 12:15-1:15-3:15-6:15-7:15-9:15 Captain Marvel in Disney Digital 3D (PG-13) CC/DVS;RealD 3D;Recliners;RS: 4:15-10:15 Wonder Park (PG) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 6:30-9:00 Alita: Battle Angel (PG-13) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 12:30-3:40 Fighting with My Family (PG-13) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 1:20-6:45-9:20 Captive State (PG-13) AMC Independent;CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 7:00-9:45 Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (PG-13) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 12:00-1:45-3:004:25-6:00-9:00 What Men Want (R) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 12:45-3:45 Wonder Park in 3D (PG) CC/DVS;RealD 3D;Recliners;RS: 4:00 Five Feet Apart (PG-13) Recliners;RS: 7:00-9:45

AMC Magic Johnson Capital Ctr 12

800 Shoppers Way www.amctheatres.com/ How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG) CC/DVS: 10:15-11:00-1:30-4:00-6:45-9:45 Captain Marvel (PG-13) CC/DVS: 10:00-11:45-9:30 Captain Marvel in Disney Digital 3D (PG-13) CC/DVS;RealD 3D: 3:00-6:15 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (PG) CC/DVS: 10:45-1:30-4:15 Wonder Park (PG) CC/DVS: 6:15-8:30 Alita: Battle Angel (PG-13) CC: 1:30-4:30-7:30-10:30 Fighting with My Family (PG-13) CC/DVS: 11:30-2:15-5:00-7:45-10:25 Captive State (PG-13) AMC Independent;CC/DVS: 7:00-9:45 Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (PG-13) CC/DVS: 10:15-12:00-1:15-3:00-4:156:00-7:15-9:00-10:15 What Men Want (R) CC/DVS: 11:15-2:00-4:45-7:30-10:15 Green Book (PG-13) CC/DVS: 1:00 Five Feet Apart (PG-13) CC/DVS: 7:00-10:00 Wonder Park in 3D (PG) CC/DVS;RealD 3D: 4:00 Greta (R) AMC Independent;CC/DVS: 12:15-3:00-5:30-8:00-10:30 Happy Death Day 2U (PG-13) CC/DVS: 11:30-2:00-4:30 Captain Marvel: The IMAX 2D Experience (PG-13) CC/DVS;RS: 12:45-4:00-7:15-10:30

Landmark Bethesda Row Cinema

7235 Woodmont Ave www.landmarktheatres.com/ The Wedding Guest (R) CC/DVS;HA;HoH;RS: 1:20-4:15-7:10-9:55 Transit (NR) HA;HoH;RS;Subtitled: 1:30-3:55-7:30-10:00 Everybody Knows (Todos lo saben) (R) CC/DVS;HA;HoH;RS;Subtitled: 1:00-4:00-7:00-9:45 The Favourite (R) CC/DVS;HA;HoH;RS: 1:40-4:30-7:20-10:00 Birds of Passage (Pájaros de verano) HA;HoH;RS;Subtitled: 1:10-6:55 If Beale Street Could Talk (R) CC/DVS;HA;HoH;RS: 1:45-4:20-9:50 Arctic (PG-13) CC/DVS;HA;HoH;RS: 4:05-10:00 Cold War (Zimna Wojna) (R) CC/DVS;HA;HoH;RS;Subtitled: 1:55-4:10-7:40-9:45 Greta (R) CC/DVS;HA;HoH;RS: 1:05 Gloria Bell (R) CC/DVS;HA;HoH;RS: 5:00-7:00-9:30

Regal Hyattsville Royale Stadium 14

6505 America Blvd. www.regmovies.com/ How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes;Stadium: 1:001:40-3:55-4:25-6:45-7:10-9:25-9:55 Captain Marvel (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes;Stadium: 12:30-1:00-1:20-2:00-4:00-4:205:00-7:00-7:20-7:40-8:00-10:00-10:30 Captain Marvel in Disney Digital 3D (PG-13) 3D;CC;DV;No Passes;Stadium: 4:30-10:40 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (PG) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 12:40-3:50-7:00-10:00 Alita: Battle Angel (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 1:55-4:50-7:45-10:45 Wonder Park (PG) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 4:15-6:45-9:15 Fighting with My Family (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 12:50-4:00 Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 1:45-4:45-7:35-10:25 What Men Want (R) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 2:00-4:50-7:45-10:45 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (PG) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 12:35-3:45 Captive State (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 7:00-10:00 Green Book (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 1:00 Greta (R) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 4:00-6:40-9:20 Five Feet Apart (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 7:00-10:00 Happy Death Day 2U (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 1:25

Regal Majestic Stadium 20 & IMAX

900 Ellsworth Drive www.regmovies.com/ How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes;Recliner;Reserv ed;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:30-1:30-3:05-4:10-5:40-8:15-10:55

Captain Marvel (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes;Recliner;Reserved;ReservedSelected;Stadium: 12:00-12:30-1:00-3:10-3:15-3:35-4:10-6:20-6:40-7:20-9:30-9:45-10:30 Captain Marvel in Disney Digital 3D (PG-13) 3D;CC;DV;No Passes;Recliner;Reserved;Res erved-Selected;Stadium: 12:15-9:45 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (PG) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved;ReservedSelected;Stadium: 1:40-4:35 Wonder Park (PG) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 4:00-6:208:40-11:00 Alita: Battle Angel (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:45-3:50-6:55-10:00 Fighting with My Family (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 1:20-4:10 Isn't It Romantic (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 1:30-4:05-10:10 Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved;ReservedSelected;Stadium: 12:40-1:10-3:30-6:20-9:10 What Men Want (R) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:55-3:55 Captive State (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 7:00-10:05 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (PG) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved;ReservedSelected;Stadium: 12:20-3:15-6:15-9:10 Green Book (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:453:55-7:05-10:05 Climax (R) 2D;French;Recliner;Reserved;Reserved-Selected;Stadium;Sub-Titled: 7:30-10:05 Greta (R) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:20-2:50-5:308:05-10:40 Free Solo (PG-13) 2D;CC;Recliner;Reserved;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 1:00-3:556:30-9:10 Happy Death Day 2U (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:05-2:45-5:25-8:05-10:50 Apollo 11 (G) 2D;CC;Recliner;Reserved;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:05-2:35-5:207:50-10:25 No Manches Frida 2 (R) 2D;Recliner;Reserved;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 7:15-10:20 Captain Marvel: The IMAX 2D Experience (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;IMAX;No Passes; Reserved; Reserved-Selected; Stadium: 1:00-4:10-7:20-10:30 Patterns of Evidence: Moses Controversy 2D;No Pass/SS;Recliner;Reserved;ReservedSelected;Stadium: 6:30 Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] II. lost butterfly 2D;No Pass/SS; Recliner; Reserved; Reserved-Selected; Stadium: 7:00 Five Feet Apart (PG-13) 2D;Recliner;Reserved;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 7:00-10:05

Xscape Theatres Brandywine 14

7710 Matapeake Business Dr www.xscapetheatres.com How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG) AD;CC;SS: 9:50-12:30-3:20-6:30-9:20 Captain Marvel (PG-13) AD;CC;SS: (!) 9:30-10:00-10:50-12:10-12:40-1:00-1:50-2:30-3:103:40-4:05-4:50-5:30-6:10-6:40-7:00-7:50-9:10-9:40-10:00-10:50 Captain Marvel in Disney Digital 3D (PG-13) AD;CC: (!) 11:30-8:30 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (PG) AD;CC;SS: 9:40-12:20-3:30 Wonder Park (PG) AD;CC;SS: (!) 4:15-6:35-9:45 Alita: Battle Angel (PG-13) AD;CC;SS: 11:20-2:00-4:40 Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (PG-13) AD;CC;SS: 9:20-10:10-11:40-12:50-1:302:10-3:50-4:30-5:10-7:30-9:30-10:20-11:10 Captive State (PG-13) AD;CC;SS: (!) 7:10-10:30 What Men Want (R) AD;CC;SS: 11:00-1:40-4:20-7:20-10:10 Greta (R) AD;CC;SS: (!) 10:40-1:20-5:20-8:10-11:00 Happy Death Day 2U (PG-13) AD;CC;SS: 11:10-2:50 Five Feet Apart (PG-13) AD;CC;SS: 7:25-10:45

VIRGINIA

AMC Courthouse Plaza 8

2150 Clarendon Blvd. www.amctheatres.com/ How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 2:00-4:307:00-9:30 Captain Marvel (PG-13) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 11:00-12:00-2:15-3:15-5:15-6:00-8:009:00-10:30 Captain Marvel in Disney Digital 3D (PG-13) CC/DVS;RealD 3D;Recliners;RS: 1:004:00-7:00-10:00 Wonder Park (PG) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 4:00 Alita: Battle Angel (PG-13) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 12:30-3:30 Isn't It Romantic (PG-13) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 12:00-8:15 Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (PG-13) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 12:20-3:15-8:30 Captive State (PG-13) AMC Independent;CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 7:00-9:40 Five Feet Apart (PG-13) CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 7:00-9:45 Wonder Park in 3D (PG) CC/DVS;RealD 3D;Recliners;RS: 6:15 Greta (R) AMC Independent;CC/DVS;Recliners;RS: 1:30

AMC Hoffman Center 22

206 Swamp Fox Rd. www.amctheatres.com/ I'm Not Here 4:30 How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG) CC/DVS: 11:30-1:15-2:15-4:00-5:006:45-7:45-9:30-10:30 Captain Marvel (PG-13) CC/DVS: 11:15-2:15-4:30-5:30-8:30 Captain Marvel in Disney Digital 3D (PG-13) CC/DVS;RealD 3D: 12:30-1:30-3:30-6:307:30-9:30-10:30 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (PG) CC/DVS: 12:30-3:15-6:15-9:00 Alita: Battle Angel (PG-13) CC/DVS: 11:15-2:00-3:45-7:15-10:15 A Star is Born (R) CC/DVS: 12:20-6:30 Fighting with My Family (PG-13) CC/DVS: 1:15-4:00 Isn't It Romantic (PG-13) CC/DVS: 1:30-10:00 Captive State (PG-13) AMC Independent;CC/DVS: 7:00-10:00 The Upside (PG-13) CC/DVS: 1:20-4:20-7:20-10:20 Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (PG-13) CC/DVS: 11:15-2:15-5:00-7:45-8:30-10:30 What Men Want (R) CC/DVS: 12:00-3:00-6:00-9:00 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (PG) CC/DVS: 1:45 Cliffs Of Freedom (R) AMC Independent: 12:30-3:45 Arctic (PG-13) AMC Independent;CC/DVS: 11:15-1:45-4:15 Green Book (PG-13) CC/DVS: 12:45-3:45 Climax (R) AMC Independent;CC/DVS: 7:00-9:30 Five Feet Apart (PG-13) CC/DVS: 7:00-9:45 Greta (R) AMC Independent;CC/DVS: 2:15-8:00-10:00 They Shall Not Grow Old (2018) 3D (R) Alternative Content;CC/DVS;RealD 3D: 11:30-5:00 Apollo 11 (G) AMC Independent;CC/DVS: 1:00-3:30-6:00-10:30 Wonder Park in 3D (PG) CC/DVS;RealD 3D: 8:45 No Manches Frida 2 (R) AMC Independent;CC/DVS: 7:00-9:45 Captain Marvel: The IMAX 2D Experience (PG-13) CC/DVS;RS: 12:00-3:00-6:00-9:00 Patterns of Evidence: Moses Controversy Alternative Content: 6:30

Alone/Together AMC Independent;English Subtitles: 1:15-4:00 Fate/stay night [Heaven's Feel] II. lost butterfly Alternative Content;English Subtitles: 7:00 Captain Marvel (PG-13) CC/DVS;Dolby Cinema at AMC Prime;Recliners;RS: 1:00-4:007:00-10:00 Wonder Park (PG) CC/DVS: 4:00-5:00-6:30-9:45

Angelika Film Center Mosaic

2911 District Ave The Favourite (R) CC/DA;RS- AA: 9:50-12:30-3:10-5:50 Vice (R) AA;CC/DA;RS: 10:15-4:15-10:15 Green Book (PG-13) AA;CC/DA;RS: 10:40-1:40-4:40 They Shall Not Grow Old (2018) (R) AA;Descriptive Audio;RS: 1:15-7:15 Gloria Bell (R) AA;RS: 7:35-10:00 Captain Marvel in Disney Digital 3D (PG-13) AA;CC/DA;No Passes;RS: (!) 10:00-4:00 Greta (R) AA;CC/DA;RS: 10:50 Captain Marvel (PG-13) AA;CC/DA;No Passes;RS: (!) 10:30-10:55-1:00-1:30-2:00-4:305:00-7:00-7:30-8:00-10:00-10:30-11:00 Everybody Knows (Todos lo saben) (R) AA;ENGLISH SUBTITLES;RS: 10:45-1:50-4:50 Climax (R) AA;CC/DA;No Passes;RS: (!) 10:10-12:40-3:15-5:45-8:15 Captive State (PG-13) AA;RS: 8:25-10:55 Five Feet Apart (PG-13) AA;RS: 7:45-10:40

Regal Ballston Quarter Stadium 12

671 North Glebe Rd www.regmovies.com/ How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:45-1:45-3:20-4:45-5:55 Captain Marvel (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:0012:30-1:00-3:00-4:00-6:00-6:30-7:00-9:00-9:30-10:00 Captain Marvel in Disney Digital 3D (PG-13) 3D;CC;DV;No Passes;Recliner;ReservedSelected;Stadium: 3:30 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (PG) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;ReservedSelected;Stadium: 1:05-3:55-4:30 Wonder Park (PG) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 4:00-7:25-9:40 Alita: Battle Angel (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 1:20-4:20 A Star is Born (R) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 12:15-3:35-6:55-9:30 Gully Boy (NR) 2D;Hindi;No Pass/SS;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium;Sub-Titled: 12:05-10:30 Bohemian Rhapsody (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 1:10 Captive State (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 7:15-9:55 Green Book (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 9:40 Five Feet Apart (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 7:20-10:20 Greta (R) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 8:30 Patterns of Evidence: Moses Controversy 2D;No Pass/SS;Recliner;ReservedSelected;Stadium: 6:30 Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] II. lost butterfly 2D;No Pass/SS;Recliner;ReservedSelected;Stadium: 7:00 Furie (Hai Phuong) 2D;No Pass/SS;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium;SubTitled;Vietnamese: 2:00-4:40-7:20-9:55 The Kid (R) 2D;CC;DV;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 1:30-4:15-7:05-9:45

Regal Kingstowne Stadium 16 & RPX

5910 Kingstowne Towne Ctr www.regmovies.com/ How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes;Stadium: 12:40-1:40-3:20-4:20-5:55-6:55-8:35-9:35 Captain Marvel (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes;RPX;Recliner;Reserved-Selected;Stadium: 1:30-4:30-7:30-10:30 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (PG) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 1:15-3:55-6:35 Captain Marvel in Disney Digital 3D (PG-13) 3D;CC;DV;No Passes;Stadium: 12:30-9:30 Alita: Battle Angel (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 12:35-3:40-6:35-9:35 Wonder Park (PG) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 4:00-7:00-9:30 A Star is Born (R) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 12:30 Isn't It Romantic (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 9:15 Bohemian Rhapsody (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 12:30-3:30-10:20 Gully Boy (NR) 2D;Hindi;No Pass/SS;Stadium;Sub-Titled: 12:30-3:40-7:00-10:15 Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 12:55-3:35-6:15-9:10 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (PG) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 2:00-4:45-7:30-10:15 Green Book (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 12:50-4:00 Greta (R) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 12:30-3:05-5:35-8:05-10:35 Five Feet Apart (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 7:00-9:45 Patterns of Evidence: Moses Controversy 2D;No Pass/SS;Stadium: 6:30 The Kid (R) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 1:35-4:10-6:40-9:20 Captain Marvel (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes;Stadium: 1:00-2:00-3:30-4:00-5:30-6:307:00-9:00-10:00

Regal Potomac Yard Stadium 16

3575 Potomac Avenue www.regmovies.com/ How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes;Stadium: 1:402:30-4:25-5:30-6:55-8:05-10:50 Captain Marvel (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes;Stadium: 1:00-2:00-4:05-4:20-5:15-7:207:35-8:30-10:30-10:50 Captain Marvel in Disney Digital 3D (PG-13) 3D;CC;DV;No Passes;Stadium: 2:456:00-9:15 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (PG) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 1:40-4:25 Alita: Battle Angel (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 1:25-4:35-7:30-10:15 Bohemian Rhapsody (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 2:25-10:00 What Men Want (R) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 1:45-4:35-7:35-10:25 Captive State (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 7:00-9:45 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (PG) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 1:10-4:00-6:55-9:50 Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 1:00-1:30-3:50-4:306:40-7:20-9:20-10:20 Green Book (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 1:05-4:05-7:05-10:05 Five Feet Apart (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 7:00-9:55 Cold Pursuit (R) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 9:35 They Shall Not Grow Old (2018) (R) 2D;CC;Stadium: 3:15-10:00 Greta (R) 2D;CC;DV;Stadium: 1:55-4:25 Patterns of Evidence: Moses Controversy 2D;No Pass/SS;Stadium: 6:30 Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] II. lost butterfly 2D;No Pass/SS;Stadium: 7:00

Smithsonian - Airbus IMAX Theater

14390 Air and Space Museum Pkwy www.si.edu/imax Aircraft Carrier: Guardians of the Seas 3D (2018) (NR) 10:00-2:00 Journey to Space: The IMAX 3D Experience (NR) 10:30-1:25 Captain Marvel: The IMAX 2D Experience (PG-13) Standard IMAX: 4:30-7:00-9:30 They Shall Not Grow Old (2018) (R) 11:00AM Apollo 11: The IMAX 2D Experience 2:35


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National Museum of the American Indian: “The REDress Project” commemorates Women’s History Month. The museum exhibits an outdoor installation by artist Jaime Black (Metis) of red dresses hung in public spaces to symbolize missing or murdered indigenous women. The installation runs through March 31. Renwick Invitational 2018”: An exhibition of culturally and politicially charged works by artists Dustin Farnsworth, Tanya Aguiniga, Stephanie Syjuco and Sharif Bey in media including wood, fabric and ceramics, through May 5. 17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW.

National Postal Museum: “Beautiful Blooms: Flowering Plants on Stamps”: An exhibition that highlights the variety of flowering plants commemorated on U.S. postage stamps during the past 50 years. It includes some 30 pieces of artwork used to produce at least 28 flora stamps, through July 14. 2 Massachusetts Ave. NE.

Art of Bill Traylor”: An exhibition of 155 works by the artist, a black man born to an enslaved family in Alabama, who experienced key points in history including the Civil War, Emancipation, Jim Crow segregation and the rise of AfricanAmerican culture in the South, through April 7; “Tiffany Chung: Vietnam, Past Is Prologue“: The artist presents multimedia works including maps, videos and paintings that reflect on the effects of the Vietnam War, exploring the experience of refugees who immigrated to the United States from Vietnam after 1975; the exhibit includes video interviews with former Vietnamese refugees living in Southern California, Northern Virginia and Houston, through Sept. 2; “Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War, 1965-1975”: An exhibition

Newseum: “Rise Up: Stonewall and the LGBTQ Rights Movement”: An exhibition marking the 50th anniversary of the June 1969 police raid of the Stonewall Inn in New York’s Greenwich Village, a protest of which is said of have launched the LGBTQ civil rights movement in the United States, through Dec. 31. 555 Pennsylvania Ave. NW.

Renwick Gallery: “Disrupting Craft:

Smithsonian American Art Museum: “Between Worlds: The

of some 100 works including painting, printmaking, sculpture, installation, performance and documentary art by 58 artists including Yoko Ono, Edward Kienholz, Corita Kent, Rupert Garcia, Nancy Spero, Leon Golub, Hans Haacke, Kim Jones and Martha Rosler, through Aug. 18. Eighth and F streets NW.

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History: “Objects of Wonder”: The exhibition includes Martha, the last known passenger pigeon; the Pinniped fossil, an early member of the group of animals that includes walruses, seals and sea lions, and the “Blue Flame,” one of the world’s largest pieces of lapis lazuli; “Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World”: An exhibition that examines the human ecology of epidemics, marking the 100th anniversary of the Great Influenza, a pandemic that took the lives of up to 100 million people, as much as 5 percent of the world’s population at that time. 10th Street and Constitution Avenue NW.

Legendary Women’s Voices

An Evening with Cynthia Erivo Steven Reineke, conductor The fearless and feisty Tony®, Emmy®, and Grammy® winner joins the NSO and Principal Pops Conductor Steven Reineke for two nights! Celebrate the strengths of womanhood as Erivo gives voice to music made famous by the greatest female singers of all time, including Aretha Franklin, Nina Simone, and Ella Fitzgerald.

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of John Quincy Adams and Lydia Maria Child, through Sunday; “Portraits of the World: Korea”: An exhibition of portraits by feminist artist Yun Suknam, whose subjects include her mother, and American artists Kiki Smith, Louise Nevelson, Nancy Spero and Louise Bourgeois, among others, through Nov. 17. Eighth and F streets NW.

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Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company Analogy/Lance: Pretty aka the Escape Artist

1811 14TH St NW www.blackcatdc.com @blackcatdc MARCH/APRIL SHOWS MAR 15

TAINTED CABARET BURLESQUE (21+)

MAR 16 MICHAEL BRUN PRESENTS:

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MAR 22

LUCY DACUS

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MAR 23 QUEER GRRL MOVIE NIGHT MAR 24

HOMESHAKE

MAR 27 FILM SCREENING:

Provocative, innovative, electrifying performances

STIV: NO COMPROMISE NO REGRETS

MAR 28

RADKEY

W/THE OSYX

MAR 29 DANCE YOURSELF CLEAN INDIE-POP DANCE PARTY

MAR 30 UNDERGROUND COMEDY FEST (2 SHOWS!)

APR 3

BETTER OBLIVION COMMUNITY CENTER

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APR 4

DESSA W/ MONAKR

APR 5

CHURCH NIGHT

APR 6

FYM PRESENTS: 18TH ANNUAL

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DEPECHE MODE DANCE PARTY

APR 9

STORY DISTRICT

APR 11

WILD BELLE

National Sawdust Projects presents Forward Music Project Amanda Gookin at the Dupont Underground

March 24–April 7, 2019

National Museum of African Art: “Striking Iron: The Art of African Blacksmiths” is

Be a part of today’s art—and tomorrow’s transformation.

an exhibition of over 225 blacksmith works from the African continent, mostly from the south Sahara. It runs through Oct. 9.

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U.S. Botanic Garden: “Celebrating

Frankenthaler’s “Hurricane Flag,” as well as works by Clark Fox, Joan Mitchell, Anne Truitt, David Urban, Mark di Suvero, Andre Derain and Maurice de Vlaminck, through March 31. 2401 Foxhall Road NW.

New American Gardens”: New public gardens are exhibited that celebrate American gardens created or renovated within the last five years, through Oct. 15. 100 Maryland Ave. SW.

The Phillips Collection: “Zilia

United States Holocaust

Sanchez: Soy Isla (I Am an Island)”: An exhibition featuring more than 60 works by the Cuban artist, spanning 70 years, through May 19; “Maggie Michael/Arthur G. Dove-Depth of Field”: Washington artist Maggie Michael responds to works by Arthur G. Dove in the permanent collection, through May 5; “Jeanine Michna-Bales”: An exhibition of photographs by the artist marking the 400th anniversary of the first slave ships in the United States, through May 12. 1600 21st St. NW.

Memorial Museum: “The Holocaust”: A chronological narrative of the Holocaust through photographs, films and historical artifacts, through Jan. 1; “Americans and the Holocaust”: An exhibition that shows how the Depression, isolationism, xenophobia, racism and anti-Semitism in America shaped responses to Nazism and the Holocaust, through Jan. 1. 100 Raoul Wallenberg Place SW. CONTINUED ON PAGE 45

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Gabriel Kahane—Book of Travelers March 27

Highlights include:

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Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company Analogy Trilogy March 28–30 National Sawdust Projects presents Amanda Gookin’s Forward Music Project at Dupont Underground March 29

Brooklyn Youth Chorus “Silent Voices”: Lovestate April 1 Du Yun & OK Miss April 6 Brooklyn Rider and Magos Herrera— Dreamers April 7

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THIS WEEK’S SHOWS

AEG PRESENTS

Juice WRLD FOSTER THE PEOPLE ................................... JUNE 12

w/ .......... MAR 28 w/ War On Women & Pohgoh

ALL GOOD PRESENTS

Mike Gordon ......................................................................................... F MAR 15 Teenage Fanclub w/ The Love Language .................................................. Sa 16

w/ 16 Skiat Mask the Slump God On Sale Friday, March 10am

IHEARTRADIO’S BLOSSOM BASH FEATURING

Meghan Trainor w/ MAX & Jake Miller .......................APR 5 D NIGHT ADDED!

FIRST NIGHT SOLD OUT! SECON

MARCH

APRIL

ALL GOOD PRESENTS

Let’s Eat Grandma ..................M 1

Railroad Earth w/ Lindsay Lou Two-night passes available. ..F 22 & Sa 23 AN EVENING WITH

Nils Frahm .............................Su 24 TRILLECTRO PRESENTS

Lil Mosey w/ Polo G.................W 27 Failure & Swervedriver w/ Criminal Hygiene..................Th 28 D SHOW ADDED!

BASS NATION PRESENTS

Getter ........................................Tu 2 Patty Griffin w/ Ruston Kelly ....W 3 Emily King w/ Jennah Bell........Th 4 ALL GOOD PRESENTS

The Infamous Stringdusters w/ Jon Stickley Trio.......................F 5 ALL GOOD PRESENTS

Beats Antique w/ Axel Thesleff

FIRST SHOW SOLD OUT! SECON

Early Show! 7pm Doors .....................Sa 6

U STREET MUSIC HALL PRESENTS

Big Wild

BENT:

w/ Robotaki & Mild Minds Early Show! 6pm Doors ....................F 29 STEEZ PROMO PRESENTS

Boogie T.rio w/ Mersiv & Vampa ...................Sa 30

The New LGBTQ Dance Party Returns featuring Tezrah, Sippi, Lemz, Bratworst, Too Free (Live!), JJ202, Jacq Jill, DJ Abby, Diyanna Monet, and Hosted by Pussy Noir Late Show! 11:30pm Doors ...............Sa 6

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& Lyrical Lemonade .......................MAY 17

Pod Tours America .....MAY 19 Passion Pit Manners 10th Anniversary Tour

Kenny Chesney w/ David Lee Murphy & Caroline Jones ..................................APR 19

Snow Patrol w/ We Are Scientists & Ryan McMullan ..............................APR 26

w/ The Beaches ................................MAY 25

David Gray w/ Gaby Moreno ..MAY 30 DC JAZZFEST AT THE WHARF PRESENTED BY EVENTS DC FEATURING

Kali Uchis x Snarky Puppy w/ José James ............................. JUN 14 Jorja Smith .........................APR 28 Lil Pump * w/ Lil Skies ............ MAY 8 Jon Batiste & Stay Human w/ Brass-A-Holics ........................... JUN 15 Ben Platt.................................MAY 11 Judas Priest w/ Uriah Heep .MAY 12 The National w/ Courtney Barnett ........................ JUN 19 Evanescence Rob Thomas w/ Veridia .........................................MAY 15 w/ Abby Anderson ............................ JUL 12

See the full schedule at: theanthemdc.com • IMPconcerts.com • *Presented by Live Nation

Merriweather Post Pavilion • Columbia, MD M3 ROCK FESTIVAL FEATURING

Whitesnake • Dokken with original members Don Dokken, George Lynch, and Mick Brown • Extreme • Warrant • Skid Row • Vince Neil • Kix and more! ............................................................................MAY 3-5 Single-Day Tickets On Sale Friday, March 15 at 10am. For a full lineup and more info, visit M3rockfest.com

Capital One Arena • Washington, D.C.

MUSE w/ SWMRS................................................................................................. APRIL 2 Ticketmaster

Lincoln Theatre • 1215 U Street, NW Washington, D.C.

Whindersson Nunes .......... MAR 23 Josh Ritter & The Royal City Band w/ Penny & Sparrow ............MAY 17 Meow Meow + Thomas Lauderdale Yann Tiersen (of Pink Martini).............................. MAR 25

Spiritualized ............................APR 16 Citizen Cope .............................APR 17 D NIGHT ADDED!

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AN EVENING WITH

ApocalypticaPlays Metallica By Four Cellos Tour .MAY 28 AN EVENING WITH

Imogen Heap with special guest Guy Sigsworth of Frou Frou ............... MAY 4 • thelincolndc.com •

(Solo In Concert) .........................MAY 24

Glen Hansard ...........................JUN 3

U Street (Green/Yellow) stop across the street!

9:30 CLUB PRESENTS AT U STREET MUSIC HALL

Stella Donnelly Mansionair w/ Beacon .................W 20 w/ Faye Webster ................... F MAR 15 The Comet Is Coming Maggie Rose w/ Them Vibes .........Sa 16 w/ Raindeer ................................Th 21 Token w/ Kur .............................Tu 19 The Barr Brothers w/ La Force ...Sa 23 • Buy advance tickets at the 9:30 Club box office • 930.com

Slayer w/ Lamb of God • Amon Amarth • Cannibal Corpse ................................... MAY 14 Jason Aldean w/ Kane Brown • Carly Pearce • Dee Jay Silver ..................... MAY 17 DC101 KERFUFFLE FEATURING

Greta Van Fleet • Young The Giant • The Revivalists • Tom Morello • SHAED • THE Blue Stones ................................................. MAY 19

Florence + The Machine * w/ Blood Orange ................................. JUNE 3 Brandi Carlile w/ Lucius ........................................................................ JUNE 14 Willie Nelson & Family and Alison Krauss w/ Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real ............................................................. JUNE 19

Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit & Father John Misty w/ Jade Bird ............................................................................................................ JUNE 21

Phish ........................................................................................................ JUNE 22 & 23 Thomas Rhett w/ Dustin Lynch • Russell Dickerson • Rhett Akins ............. JULY 18 Third Eye Blind & Jimmy Eat World * w/ Ra Ra Riot ..... JULY 19 Train/Goo Goo Dolls * w/ Allen Stone ...........................................AUGUST 9 Chris Stapleton * w/ Margo Price & The Marcus King Band................ AUGUST 11 Heart* w/ Joan Jett and The Blackhearts & Elle King........................... AUGUST 13 The Smashing Pumpkins & Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds* w/ AFI ......... AUGUST 17 The Chrysalis at Merriweather Park

LORD HURON w/ Bully ....................................................................... JULY 23 Ticketmaster • For full lineup & more info, visit merriweathermusic.com • impconcerts.com *Presented by Live Nation

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March 28–30 Eisenhower Theater

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3 unique programs over 3 nights

‘Blood at the Root‘: A black student’s world is upended when she occupies space reserved for her white peers. As a result, hate speech, violence and chaos erupt in the community. Inspired by the real-life 2006 Jena Six incident in Louisiana. Theater Alliance, 2020 Shannon Place SE, through March 24. Analogy/Lance: Pretty aka the Escape Artist

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Stage ‘Anatole: Mouse Magnifique‘: Based on the books with the same name, the story follows a cheese-tasting mouse in France. Imagination Stage, 4908 Auburn Ave., Bethesda, through March 24. ‘Confection’: A dance and theater performance exploring cultures of consumption. Folger Shakespeare Library, 201 East Capitol St. SE, through March 24. ‘Dickens’ Davy Copperfield’: Adapted from Charles Dickens’ semiautobiographical novel, this play tells the story of a young boy on his childhood adventures in the English countryside and working at a bottle factory. Imagination Stage, 4908 Auburn Ave., Bethesda, through March 31.

‘Dinner With Friends’: Like any culinary trend, relationships are destined to evolve over time — but can the recipe of friendship retain its zest if the key ingredients begin to change? Everyman Theatre, 315 W. Fayette St., Baltimore, through April 14.

‘Fallen Angels’: Noel Coward’s 1925 comedy about the rivalry between two

housewives. The play was controversial at the time when it first opened for its themes of premarital sex. NextStop Theatre Company, 269 Sunset Park Drive, Herndon, Va., through April 7.

‘Macbeth’: Raven Bonniwell, Danny

‘From Gumbo to Mumbo’: A Southeast D.C. b-boy dancer and video game geek meets a New Orleans science teacher who uses hip-hop and poetry to question political issues. The Keegan Theatre, 1742 Church Street NW, through April 7.

‘Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible History’: Heather

‘Hand on a Hardbody’: A musical by Kevin Morris and Bindler based on S.R. Bindler’s 1997 documentary about a pickup truck competition. Andrew Keegan Theatre, 1742 Church St. NW, through April 6.

‘Into the Woods’: Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s musical remix of classic fairy tales, in which a baker and his wife set out to reverse a witch’s curse so they can have a child. Recommended for age 12 and older. Ford’s Theatre, 511 10th St. NW, through May 22. ‘JQA’: A play by Aaron Posner that follows John Quincy Adams as he comes face to face with other historical figures. Posner is the recipient of the Charles MacArthur Award for Outstanding Original New Play. Arena Stage, 1101 Sixth St. SW, through April 14.

Cackley and Desiree Chappelle star in the Shakespeare classic. Directed by Hannah Todd. Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, 545 Seventh St. SE, through March 30.

McDonald’s play about three women who are trapped in a destroyed museum during a catastrophic war. At Signature Theatre. Through April 7. Signature Theatre, 4200 Campbell Ave., Arlington, through April 7.

‘Oil’: The U.S. premiere of Ella Hickson’s play follows mothers and daughters over 200 years. Directed by Tracy Brigden. At Olney Theatre Center. Through March 31. Olney Theatre Center, 2001 OlneySandy Spring Road, Olney, Md., through March 31.

‘Oleanna’: The Providence Players of Fairfax present David Mamet’s play that was originally staged in 1992 after the Anita Hill hearings. Providence Players at the Italian Cafe Restaurant, 7161 Lee Highway, Falls Church, through Saturday.

‘One Destiny’: Actors portray 1860s Ford’s Theatre co-owner Harry Ford and actor Harry Hawk, who revisit President Lincoln’s murder. Ford’s Theatre, 511 10th St. NW, through May 11. CONTINUED ON PAGE 47

Analogy/Dora: Tramontane (March 28 at 8 p.m.) Based on an oral history that Jones conducted with his mother-in-law, a French Jewish nurse and social worker, the work tells her story of survival during World War II.

Analogy/Lance: Pretty aka the Escape Artist (March 29 at 8 p.m.) Jones shares the emotional struggle and hardships that his nephew Lance faced in the underworld of the late ’80s and early ’90s club culture and sex trade.

Analogy/Ambros: The Emigrant (March 30 at 8 p.m.) Inspired by W.G. Seblad’s historical novel The Emigrant, Jones creates a fictionalized narrative for the character Ambros Adelwarth to explore the impact of trauma on the psyche.

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‘Picasso’: A bilingual show for children to know more about Pablo Picasso and the influence of his work. GALA Hispanic Theatre, 3333 14th St. NW, through March 23. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 45

‘Poetic Chicle: Otra One-Man Loquera’: A play about citizenship through the eyes of a gum peddler. GALA Hispanic Theatre, 3333 14th St. NW, through Saturday.

‘Queen of Basel’: Issues of power, class and immigration status are delved into in this modern take on Swedish writer August Strindberg’s play “Miss Julie.” At Studio Theatre. Through April 7. Studio Theatre, 1501 14th St. NW, through April 7.

‘Separate Rooms‘: A dead man takes the audience with him through his past and present as his apartment becomes occupied by his loved ones, acquaintances and strangers. At 4615 Theatre Company, The Highwood Theatre, 914 Silver Spring Ave., Silver Spring, through Sunday.

‘Sundance Institute —Theater From the Middle East and North Africa: Love, Bombs & Apples’: A

Emporium, 3309 Bunker Hill Road, Mount Rainier, Md., through Saturday.

‘The Jewish Queen Lear‘: A widow and businesswoman wants to find a suitable match for her son. Based on the 1898 book “Mirele Efros,” by Jacob Gordin. At Theater J. Through April 7. Theater J, 1529 16th St. NW, through April 7.

‘The Watsons Go to Birmingham — 1963’: A story about the Watson family from Flint, Mich., during the civil rights movement. Directed by Faye Price with live music by Darius Smith. The Kennedy Center, 2700 F St. NW, through March 24.

‘Topdog/Underdog’: Suzan-Lori Parks’ Cain-and-Abel piece about two African-American brothers named Lincoln and Booth, who try to one-up each other in this tragicomedy. Gunston Arts Center, 2700 South Lang Street, Arlington, through April 14.

‘Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992’: Anna Deavere Smith interviewed more than 200 people to write a play that followed the impact of the Los Angeles riots. Rep Stage, 10901 Little Patuxent Pkwy., Columbia, Md., through Sunday.

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Three high schoolers are the queens of their school until Danielle arrives. When she catches the eye of one of their exes just before the winter formal, the group decides to keep their new “friend” close, manipulating her emails, social media and relationships. Joe’s Movement

adaptation of the classic English novel, two women traverse social ladders and ponder the existential, such as, how do you get what you want in life? At Shakespeare Theatre Company. Shakespeare Theatre Company, 610 F St NW, through March 31.

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— the sixth-best opening ever before adjusting for inflation. The newest Marvel movie also continued the studio’s streak: Every one of its 21 films has opened at No. 1. The record-breaking debut further debunked the myth that a solo female superhero couldn’t reliably open a film — a foundation of success laid by 2017’s “Wonder Woman” and now solidified by “Captain Marvel.” “Captain Marvel” faced heated online attempts to troll the film, with its Rotten Tomatoes audience score hitting just 27 percent before the website changed its rules last month to prevent review comments before a movie’s release. Despite speculation that sexist trolls would somehow take down “Captain Marvel,” the film’s audience was 55 percent male, according to Box Office Mojo, compared to 48 percent

for “Wonder Woman.” Of the wide appeal of “Captain Marvel,” comic book writer Kelly Sue DeConnick, whose 2012 reimagining of Carol Danvers largely inspired the film, says: “It tells me a hero is a hero. [There’s] nothing inherently masculine about heroism.” “Mostly, I’m thrilled for the doors this will open,” DeConnick, who was a consultant on “Captain Marvel,” adds. “And for the little girls who will see themselves as protagonists in adventure tales.” If “Captain Marvel” follows “Rogue One’s” trajectory, it will also become the first female-led superhero movie to cross the billion-dollar mark in global gross. (Anna Boden, who shared the director’s chair with Ryan Fleck, would also become one of the only women to lead a billion-dollar-grossing film,

joining “Frozen” co-director Jennifer Lee.) On a larger scale, the commercial success of “Captain Marvel” sets the stage for an increase in female-led superhero movies, with DC’s “Birds of Prey” and “Wonder Woman 1984” already scheduled to arrive next year. It could also bolster the studio’s confidence in giving Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson, for so long the most prominent female Avenger) her own solo film. In the meantime, the next month in theaters will reveal just how far Carol Danvers can fly before she returns in April’s epic “Avengers: Endgame.” With the likes of Iron Man and Captain America perhaps calling it quits, she could maybe even take the reins of the next generation of Avengers. MICHAEL CAVNA (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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“We are in a time where we fear the other. … Maybe the evil is us. Maybe the monster that we’re looking at has our face.” JORDAN PEELE, speaking after the premiere of “Us” at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. The Oscar-winning filmmaker’s

follow-up to “Get Out” focuses on a family terrorized by a collection of doppelgangers. “Us” hits theaters March 22.

“SNL” taps Kit Harington, Emma Stone to host in April

Vulture: ABC to revive “Press Your Luck,” “Card Sharks”

BOOK REVIEW Brad Parks has now written nine novels, but his latest, “The Last Act,” may be his best yet. Released Tuesday, the book relates the improbable but addicting story of a law-abiding young man who goes to prison to bring down a drug lord. The protagonist, Tommy Jump, won success as a child actor, but at 27 he’s washed-up. He urgently needs a job, in part because his girlfriend is pregnant. What to do? Unexpectedly, a friend from high school, now an FBI agent, makes a strange but tempting offer. He explains that a banker is in prison for laundering millions of dollars for a Mexican drug cartel, and the man has documents that could bring down the cartel. So the agent offers Tommy $100,000 if he’ll pose as a convict, befriend the banker in prison and find out where the papers are hidden. Danny insists that Tommy, being an actor, is perfect for this deception — and Tommy can’t resist the money. “The Last Act” possesses two notable virtues. One is excellent characterizations. Parks not only makes Tommy believable but does the same for numerous others, including his admirable girlfriend, his difficult mother, the poker-playing convict who has the secrets, and the slippery FBI agent he trusts. The other is a roller-coaster plot that serves up endless surprises. Whatever you think is coming next probably isn’t. PATRICK ANDERSON (TWP)

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“Judging by how long it takes Hannah B. to answer ... each [episode] of ‘The Bachelorette’ next season will be 3.5 hours long.” @MICHCOLL, tweeting about the news that Hannah Brown is the next “Bachelorette.” Though many fans expressed support for “Alabama Hannah,” others questioned the pick, as Brown repeatedly stumbled over her words during a live interview with host Chris Harrison.


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fun+games Horoscopes

Scrabble Grams

PAR SCORE 150-160, BEST SCORE 226

Sudoku

DIFFICULT

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Anticipation is not the same as satisfaction, as you are sure to learn today — although the one can and probably will lead to the other. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Goingson around you today are likely to cost you some money unless you are able to act fast and undo what someone close to you has done. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Avoid any preconceptions today and take things as they come. You may find something that was certain is no longer. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) It’s a good time for you to hitch your wagon to someone else’s and see where you both can go. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Environmental issues play their part today, but you must be able to push through and avoid a slowdown even when the going gets tough.

WEDNESDAY’S SOLUTION

WEDNESDAY’S SOLUTION

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) You must

FOUR RACK TOTAL Make a 2-7-letter word from the letters in each row. Add points of each word using scoring directions at right. Seven-letter words get a 50-point bonus. Blank tiles used as any letter have no point value. Scrabble is a trademark of Hasbro in the U.S. and Canada.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Something you’ve taken for granted in the past isn’t likely to be of any value to you now. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You must be prepared to face circumstances that are not to your best advantage. But you can still make progress.

Need more Sudoku? Find another puzzle in the Comics section of The Post every Sunday and in the Style section Monday through Saturday.

Comics

Forecast By Capital Weather Gang

POOCH CAFE | PAUL GILLIGAN

66 | 43

watch for the kinds of dangers that are temporary or even fleeting. Don’t assume that what you see is all there is.

TODAY: The milder weather overnight sets the stage for a pleasantly warmer spring day. An increasing breeze from the south helps lift highs to the mid- to upper 60s despite partly to mostly cloudy skies. Mostly cloudy skies keep us mild tonight. Lows fall back only into the 50s, with a few light showers possible overnight.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You’re

waiting to hear from someone whose advice you value. He or she may not understand your situation fully. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) You may have to go through two, three or even four versions of a plan before you hit the one that you know is going to work. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) While you’re waiting for a payout of sorts, you’ll want to see what doors have opened for you as you’ve worked on this project.

PEARLS BEFORE SWINE | STEPHAN PASTIS

AVG. HIGH: 55 RECORD HIGH: 86 AVG. LOW: 37 RECORD LOW: 13 SUNRISE: 7:19 a.m. SUNSET: 7:14 p.m.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) You may be surprised to learn that you have completed much more of an assignment than you had thought. The end is in sight.

DAILY CODE

today in histor y

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

71 | 56

56 | 41

SUNDAY

MONDAY

48 | 34

50 | 37

AJ

1907: President Theodore Roosevelt signs an executive order designed to prevent Japanese laborers from immigrating to the U.S. It was part of a “gentlemen’s agreement” with Japan.

1964: A jury in Dallas finds Jack Ruby guilty of murdering Lee Harvey Oswald, the accused assassin of President John F. Kennedy, and sentences him to death. (Both the conviction and death sentence were overturned, but Ruby died before he could be retried.)

1965: Israel’s cabinet formally approves establishment of diplomatic relations with West Germany.

Get more news and forecasts at washingtonpost.com/weather or follow @capitalweather on Twitter.


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CHANGING LOCKS 40 Quattro minus uno

1

Fanatical

41 Nigeria’s largest city

6

TV host Kelly

42 ___ Hopkins

3

Whiskey follower, at times

4 Prefix with “China”

52 “___ Land” (2016 film)

According to

39 Cain or Abel, for Eve

53 Tappable picture

Interject

41 Often-chopped meat

54 Bidding war site

Popular Asian condiment

46 At any point

15 Chatted via AOL

47 “___ too shabby”

7

Big-screen format

16 Krill, for a whale

48 Birds-feather connection

8 9

54 Musical gift 55 Gorillas, e.g.

21 “On the Basis of ___”

10 “Lucky You” rapper 11 Brat’s home? 12 Women, in Westerns

22 Biscotti flavoring

56 *Alcopop selections

23 List-ending abbr.

60 Lump of earth

13 Someone ___ (not you)

24 Dallas baller

61 Dutch cheese

18 Ivan or Peter

25 Headphones brand

62 Myanmar, once

19 Pesto herb

27 *Liger and others

63 Not nuts

24 Management deg.

33 Malia or Sasha

64 Certain Scouts

25 “My Funny Valentine” musical

35 Prize for Malala Yousafzai

65 Hair feature “woven” in each starred answer

26 Binary digits

36 Score such as 1-1 37 Opportunity rover org.

39 Stash (away)

42 Write quickly 44 The aughts, for one 45 Ripped

55 Cote d’___ 57 Ball girl? 58 Vow before a kiss 59 Recede, as the tide

WEDNESDAY’S SOLUTION

28 Singer Sumac 29 Charity supporter

DOWN

38 Some determine eye color

50 Syrian president

38 Comedian Kaplan

6

14 “Fame” star Cara

20 Villain’s counterpart

33 Where to get “Lost”?

51 Fundamentals, briefly

___ gratia

43 *Falstaff’s voice

51 Mad Hatter’s guest

49 Nuclear reactor creator

34 Naked

5

10 Jigsaw puzzle side

17 *Discover statements

32 Hems but doesn’t haw

1

Nouveau ___

2

French stop sign word

30 Listening to an aria, say 31 Simba, e.g.

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What’s next, a private jet for Easter? Nick Jonas bought his wife, Priyanka Chopra, a nearly $200,000 Maybach luxury car to celebrate the Jonas Brothers’ single “Sucker” reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. “When the hubby goes number one.. the wifey gets a Maybach!! ... Best husband ever,” Chopra wrote on Instagram on Tuesday. Chopra appeared in the “Sucker” video, alongside the partners of the other Jonas men.

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Taylor’s squad starts an illegal gambling ring Taylor Swift’s friends are placing bets on when the pop star and her actor boyfriend, Joe Alwyn, will get engaged, Us Weekly reported Wednesday. “Taylor’s friends are all talking about a proposal and how she really wants to marry Joe,” a source said. The couple have been public since May 2017, and they live together in London. (EXPRESS)

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Julianne reveals that the secret to love is boring Julianne Moore told People recently that love doesn’t just happen like it does in romantic comedies. “When you find a person, you have to invest in them and that relationship. And that’s what love is,” Moore said. The 58-year-old actress has been married to filmmaker Bart Freundlich for nearly 16 years. They have two children. (EXPRESS)

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Jessica Canseco shot down the rumors started by her ex-husband Jose Canseco that Alex Rodriguez cheated on Jennifer Lopez with her. In a tweet on Tuesday, Jessica wrote that she has not seen Rodriguez in five years and that the allegations are not true. “I don’t even get on Twitter. Had to download [the] app again, and don’t watch TV and had no idea any of this was going on,” she wrote. Jose shot back via Twitter on Wednesday, calling on Rodriguez to “face the truth, face a polygraph.” Rodriguez and Lopez announced their engagement Saturday. (EXPRESS)

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