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Mystery on the Mall

Staying alive The Warriors escaped elimination in Game 5. Can they do it again? 10

With the Fourth of July just three weeks away, nobody with the National Park Service or the city seems to know what President Trump has planned for his takeover of the annual festivities 4

‘I’d want to hear it’

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Pythons can live in the jungle or in the desert or ... by your Wheaties

Oh, alligators won’t just eat you; turns out they’ll also eat your car

So a bullsnake isn’t venomous, but it CAN knock the power out?!

Sheriff’s deputies in Caddo Parish, La., say an alligator took a bite out of a patrol car. WBRZ-TV reports deputies were called Monday to Highway 1 after someone saw the gator in the road. Deputies were waiting for wildlife removal experts when the alligator chomped off a piece of the front bumper. They estimate the gator was 8 feet long. A photo from the sheriff’s office Facebook page shows the reptile in grass next to the damaged car. (AP)

A large bullsnake caused a power outage in northern Wyoming that affected about 3,900 electric customers. Montana-Dakota Utilities spokesman Mark Hanson says the power outage occurred about 12:15 p.m. Tuesday when the snake tripped a transformer. Hanson says the outage included parts of the city of Sheridan and surrounding communities. Most customers had power restored within a couple of hours. (AP)

A suburban St. Louis woman found a surprise in her kitchen cabinet after returning from vacation: an 18-inch python curled up in the corner. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the Ballwin, Mo., woman found the snake earlier this month. A pillowcase was used to capture it, and animal control officers took it away. It remains a mystery how the snake got into the cabinet. A check of neighbors found no one had lost a python. (AP)

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Twice-stolen sax returned Music store employee’s keen eye helped find the burglarized horn

A distinctive mouthpiece, reed and ligature were added to the stolen instrument.

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THE DISTRICT The passenger on the Silver Line Metro train first noticed the leather instrument case with a cannonball logo. Then he saw that the man who was carrying it also had a flute. The case held a Gerald Albright signature series Cannonball saxophone. Along with the flute, it had been stolen from the Middle C Music store in Tenleytown. The sax was first taken last Thursday. It was mysteriously returned Saturday, then taken again in yet another burglary Sunday. On Tuesday, the passenger on the Metro, on his way to his job at Middle C Music, recognized the instruments from the Wisconsin Avenue store. He watched the man through seven stops, from Potomac Avenue to Metro Center, and saw him disappear into a clothing shop. The worker alerted authorities, and D.C. police arrested the suspect. For the second time in five days, the same prized saxophone worth $4,400 had been rescued.

A Gerald Albright signature Cannonball saxophone was stolen twice from Middle C Music Store.

The employee who spotted his own store’s stolen property on the city’s sprawling transit system described it as “kind of a miracle.” Middle C Music store owner Myrna Sislen said she is “happy to have the horn back” but also worried that “if this guy gets out, he will come and do this again.” D.C. police identified the suspect as Vincent Stuart Hamond, 55. He is charged with two counts of burglary in connection with the Thursday and Sunday breakins at the shop, both of which were captured on security video. Sislen said that in the Thursday burglary, an older man wearing a white hat went directly for the Cannonball sax hanging high on a display wall, and took

a rental flute as well. Then on Saturday, she said, a person who wouldn’t give his name called the store to say he had the saxophone and was downtown. A second call came from a security guard who said the instrument had been left at an office building. Sislen said when she retrieved the saxophone, a distinctive mouthpiece, reed and ligature, used to hold the mouthpiece in place, had been added to the horn. Police took those items as evidence, and Sislen returned the sax to its case. Early Sunday, police said the man struck again, and is seen on video smashing in the front door with a club. The person again took the Cannonball saxophone, along with a clarinet, another flute and a box of No. 3 reeds. Sislen said it appears from the video that the culprit targeted the Cannonball sax, an instrument recognized by musicians and prized for its smooth sound. She believes the man who took it “knew exactly what he wanted.” Based on the instrument taken, along with the reeds and mouthpiece, she said, “This guy is a player.” PETER HERMANN (THE WASHINGTON POST)

WINTER 2019

Holiday light maze to fill Nationals Park Nationals Park announced Tuesday that this holiday season, the park will host Enchant Christmas, an immersive light maze, from Nov. 22 to Dec. 29. Enchant bills itself as “the world’s largest Christmas light maze and market,” and also includes an ice skating trail. An early-bird special is available online now. (EXPRESS)

THROWBACK THURSDAY

06.13.2016 A look back at Express covers from this week in history:

On June 12, 2016, a gunman opened fire on Latin night at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., killing 49 people and injuring many others. The club owner has founded a nonprofit to open a memorial and museum at the site.


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July 4 plans still vague

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Primary results reflect tensions in Va. electorate

Rushed logistics could challenge security, invite protesters and inconvenience visitors

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THE DISTRICT With three weeks to go, exactly what’s going to happen in Washington on the Fourth of July remains a subject of intense confusion because of President Trump’s plans to reshape the nation’s premier celebration. Will Independence Day festivities be centered around the Washington Monument or shift to the Lincoln Memorial, as the White House has reportedly requested? Will Trump follow through on his plans to give a speech? If he does, will the White House restrict his audience to supporters at the traditionally nonpolitical event? The White House hasn’t revealed its plans. The National Park Service, which is primarily responsible for the event, has stayed quiet. That leaves the city government, which helps with security, in the dark. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D.C.’s representative in Congress, said interdepartmental planning meetings for July 4 usually begin up to three months in advance. But to her knowledge, none of those meetings has happened. “The city is scrambling to figure out what to do, because all they have is the outline of what [the White House] wants,” Norton said. She said she approached the park service for details but: “They wouldn’t tell us a thing. You know why? Because they don’t know a thing.” Mayor Muriel Bowser declined repeated requests for comment. Independence Day normally draws tens of thousands of people to the National Mall for a celebration with fireworks. The occasion has run smoothly for years. The first sign that 2019’s celebration may be a little different came in a February tweet from Trump announcing a special

Tuesday’s primary elections for legislators and prosecutors in Virginia yielded some surprising results. Here are highlights from key races. (EXPRESS)

Officials are working to arrange a second fireworks display on the Mall to coincide with Trump’s planned speech.

“Salute to America” on July 4 that would feature “an address by your favorite President, me!” Last week, a park service official told The Washington Post that the White House was planning a Trump speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. But since that report, the White House has refused to comment. Government officials and fireworks experts have been trying to arrange for an additional Fourth of July fireworks display on the Mall to go with Trump’s speech and the original display, relocated 1,500 feet south this year from the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool to West Potomac Park at the behest of Interior Secretary David Bernhardt. It was not clear if the second display would also be launched from behind the Lincoln Memorial, or when it would occur. “We are looking forward to an announcement from the White House that has all the details of the events, including any

Look for ‘Baby Trump’ If President Trump addresses the nation at the Lincoln Memorial on July 4, a group of activists want him to see the scowling face of a giant floating orange baby. On Monday, activist group Code Pink became the first organization to request a protest permit from the National Park Service for the event. Through online fundraising, Code Pink has raised more than $10,000 to bring “Baby Trump” to the District. (TWP)

information on, perhaps, more fireworks,” park service spokesman Mike Litterst said Tuesday. Norton is predicting a security nightmare, with a new location

Takoma Park Library in D.C. will close for four months of repairs beginning June 22

and format being instituted on short notice and the president’s movements and security requirements causing chaos. Some activists see the event as an opportunity to disrupt Trump. Medea Benjamin, co-founder of the activist Code Pink movement, said her group plans to organize a protest on the Mall. “It’s not that often that President Trump appears in a public venue in front of a crowd that’s not guaranteed to be friendly,” she said. “It’s going to be really hard for them to control. We’ll see what kind of trouble we can get into.” Others fear that an attempt to disrupt the event could backfire. Nadine Bloch, a veteran local organizer, said a speech would let leftist activists widely share their messages. But she said protesters could overplay their hand. “It’s a delicate balance,” he said. “You could end up just making more enemies.” (AP/THE WASHINGTON POST)

Joe Morrissey, a former delegate who resigned in 2014 after pleading guilty to contributing Morrissey to the delinquency of a minor, defeated incumbent Sen. Rosalyn Dance, D-Petersburg. Morrissey overcame a history of personal scandals and a lack of support from state leaders by convincing voters of his outsider appeal.

Some challengers prevail Voters in Arlington and Fairfax counties ousted incumbent prosecutors in a contest cheered by advocates of criminal justice reform. In Arlington, Parisa Dehghani-Tafti defeated current Commonwealth’s Attorney Theo Stamos, D, who has served in that role since 2012. Raymond Morrogh has held the prosecutor seat in Fairfax County since 2008, but federal prosecutor Steve Descano narrowly defeated him Tuesday in the Democratic race.

Lawmaker results mixed Several experienced senators, including Emmett Hanger, R-Augusta, and minority leader Dick Saslaw, D-Fairfax, averted stiff challenges from more extreme opponents. On the other hand, national Muslim community leader and activist Qasim Rashid, who has never held office, secured the Democratic nomination to challenge state Sen. Richard Stuart, R-King George, this November.

Former Fairfax County elections head sues elections board for firing him


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Whoosh heard ’round the city

NON-EMERGENCY FLYOVER | Some D.C.-area residents were briefly shaken Wednesday afternoon by the din of an F-35 Marine Corps fighter flying overhead to mark the visit of Poland’s president. Some complained that officials didn’t give enough advance notice.

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Schools cut care provider after reported misconduct

Black female mayor quits, says she faced racism

Police arrest hospital guard for allegedly raping woman

Numerous D.C. public schools this week suspended a contract with the private before- and after-school care operator Springboard Education after receiving allegations that a Springboard employee made inappropriate physical contact with a 13-year-old student, according to a WAMU report. The alleged incident happened in mid-May at a Montessori school near Union Station in D.C. The accused employee has been removed from the school and referred to police, the school’s principal told WAMU. More than 20 public and charter schools cut ties with the company, WAMU reported. (EXPRESS)

The black female mayor of Upper Marlboro, a small town in Prince George’s County, said while announcing her resignation this week that she had been the target of racism and bullying, NBC 4 reported. Tonga Turner, the town’s first black mayor, said in a letter that she is resigning after two years to spend more time with her family, but she noted that the town has a “dark history.� At a town meeting Monday, according to NBC 4, she added that since her election she had received threatening emails, her car’s tires had been slashed, and a constituent had drawn swastikas during a town meeting. (EXPRESS)

Baltimore police believe they’ve solved a rape case that had investigators pull in more than 100 police cars to search for evidence. A woman alleged that a uniformed officer ordered her into a patrol car and later raped her. Commissioner Michael Harrison announced Tuesday that police arrested a security guard for a hospital trauma center on charges of rape and impersonating a police officer. Police told The Baltimore Sun that 50-year-old Richard Barnes identified himself as a police officer when he stopped the victim’s vehicle June 1 and ordered the woman into his car. (AP)

Sasha Obama graduated Sunday from Sidwell Friends School, will attend University of Michigan in fall

Planned Parenthood launches group to protect abortion rights in D.C. area

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In census fight, panel passes contempt vote

FROZEN IN TIME

Prehistoric wolf’s head found intact

POLITICS A House committee voted Wednesday to hold two top Trump administration officials in contempt of Congress for failing to comply with subpoenas for documents related to a decision adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census. The Democratic-controlled House Oversight Committee voted 24-15 to advance contempt measures against Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. The vote sends the measures to the full House. The committee’s action marks an escalation of Democratic efforts to use their House majority to aggressively investigate the inner workings of the Trump administration. The White House asserted executive privilege on the matter earlier Wednesday. The Justice Department said officials had “engaged in good-faith efforts” to satisfy the committee’s oversight needs and labeled the planned contempt vote “unnecessary and premature.” Democrats fear the citizenship question will reduce census participation in immigrant-heavy communities and result in a severe undercount of minority

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Move in House comes after 2 Trump officials defied subpoenas

Attorney General William Barr, left, and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross face contempt charges by Congress for failing to comply with subpoenas.

voters. They say they want specific documents to determine why Ross added the question to the 2020 census and contend the administration has declined to provide the documents despite repeated requests. The administration has turned over more than 17,000 pages of documents and Ross testified for nearly seven hours in March. The Justice Department said two senior officials were interviewed by committee staff and said officials were working to produce tens of thousands of additional pages of relevant documents. The oversight panel’s chairman, Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland, disputed the Justice

Department’s account and said most of the documents turned over to the committee had already been made public. “We must protect the integrity of the census and we must stand up for Congress’ authority under the Constitution to conduct meaningful oversight,” Cummings said. The administration’s refusal to turn over requested documents “does not appear to be an effort to engage in good-faith negotiations or accommodations,” he said. “Instead, it appears to be another example of the administration’s blanket defiance of Congress’ constitutionally mandated responsibilities.” MATTHEW DALY AND

The severed head of a full-sized Pleistocene wolf has been discovered in eastern Siberia — and it’s still intact. Paleontologists believe the wolf, whose head had been preserved in permafrost for about 30,000 years, was fully grown at 2 to 4 years old when it died. A photo of the head shows it measures 15.7 inches long, which is notably bigger than the 9.1-to-11-inch length of the modern gray wolf’s head. A man who lives in the Abyisky district of Yakutia discovered the head last year. The Swedish Museum of Natural History plans to study the wolf’s DNA, fur and skull. The Pleistocene Epoch stretched from 2.6 million to 11,700 years ago and included the most recent ice age. (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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“He used to be kind of like the boob of New York that pretended to be wealthy … and now he’s just a psychotic.” DAVID LETTERMAN, who had Donald Trump as a guest on his late-night show more than 30 times, telling The Hollywood Reporter’s “Awards Chatter” podcast that the once-amiable Trump has turned into a “soulless bastard” since entering politics

Mali’s government sharply lowers death toll of attack on a Dogon village from 95 people to 35

Trump: ‘I’d want to hear’ foreign dirt on ’20 rivals POLITICS President Trump said Wednesday that if a foreign power offered dirt on his 2020 opponent, he’d be open to accepting it and he’d have no obligation to call in the FBI. “I think I’d want to hear it,” Trump said in an interview with ABC News. The role of Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr. in organizing a 2016 meeting with a Russian lawyer offering information on Hillary Clinton was a focus of special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe of Russian meddling in 2016. Mueller documented Russian efforts to boost Trump’s campaign and undermine that of his Democratic rival. Trump repeatedly praised WikiLeaks in 2016 and celebrated information exposed by Russian hackers. Trump’s latest comments came a month after he pledged not to use information stolen by foreign adversaries in his 2020 reelection campaign, even as he wrongly insisted he hadn’t used such information to his benefit in 2016. Asked whether his advisers should accept information on an opponent from Russia, China or another nation or call the FBI this time, Trump said, “I think maybe you do both,” expressing openness to reviewing it. “I think you might want to listen,” he said. “There’s nothing wrong with listening. If somebody called, from a country — Norway — we have information on your opponent. Oh, I think I’d want to hear it.” ZEKE MILLER AND JILL COLVIN (AP)

Officials raise confirmed death toll in Danube River boat crash to 24 victims


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There’s trouble in paradise

RELIGION

Southern Baptists vote to combat sexual abuse Confronting an unprecedented sex abuse crisis, delegates at the Southern Baptist Convention’s national meeting in Birmingham, Ala., voted Tuesday to make it easier to expel churches that mishandle abuse cases. The church faces accusations of misconduct by hundreds of clergy and staff in the last 20 years. (AP)

Recent tourist deaths bring image problem to Dominican Republic

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N.C. man pleads guilty to killing 3 Muslim students ERIKA SANTELICES (AFP/GETTY IMAGES)

PUNTA CANA, D.R. The grounds and orchid-filled interior of the Grand Bahia Principe Resort appear half-empty. Dozens of unoccupied tables surround the buffet restaurant. The hotel boasts more than 400 rooms. But on Tuesday, only about 30 people relaxed — or tried to — on the private beach. Two of the six American tourists who have died mysteriously on the Caribbean island in the past year died at the Grand Bahia Principe — a fact that has not gone unnoticed among prospective customers since the news broke last week. Yet that didn’t deter some offseason guests — especially those who had paid in advance. “We were about to cancel our trip,” said Noemy Morales, a 67-year-old retiree from Texas who booked her trip months before the deaths became news. “But we wouldn’t be refunded, so I insisted we come,” she continued. “Our relatives back home told us to be careful, and that they would pray for us. As if they felt bad for us!” Morales’ concerns underscored a painful plight for the Dominican Republic. This country of azure waters and white sand beaches, which attracts more American visitors than France, is suddenly facing a potentially devastating image problem. “Unfortunately, the unrelated incidents coincided in timing,”

The North Carolina man charged with killing three much-admired Muslim university students has pleaded guilty four years after the slayings. Craig Hicks, 50, pleaded guilty Wednesday in Durham to three counts of murder. He agreed as part of his plea to accept three consecutive life sentences without parole. (AP)

Pictured in 2015, Punta Cana is home to resorts such as the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and the Grand Bahia Principe. UGANDA

said André Van Der Horst, tourism adviser to the Dominican Republic government. “With social media today, we are exposed and require an immediate response to the current public relations dynamic, a new reality worldwide.” Since a newly engaged Maryland couple was found dead May 30, the country and its tourism industry have weathered an internet storm. An autopsy found that the couple died after their lungs filled with fluid, leading to respiratory failure, according to the national police. Four similar deaths have been reported at nearby hotels, and a growing number of claims have surfaced from people who say they were taken suddenly ill here.

Tourism’s impact Roughly 2.7 million Americans visit the Dominican Republic annually, accounting for 47% of all tourists. Overall, tourism directly and indirectly accounts for nearly 22% of the island’s economy. Paola Rainieri, president of the Dominican National Association of Hotels and Tourism, said she expects a drop in visitors this month after six U.S. tourists died in the last year. (TWP)

Adding to the spate of bad press: Boston Red Sox legend David Ortiz was shot in the back late Sunday in an ambush at an outdoor restaurant and bar in Santo Domingo, the capital. Local authorities say the

tourists died of natural causes, and there is no proof of a trend. The State Department has not issued a travel warning, and U.S. authorities have not asserted any connection between the deaths or foul play. But Monday afternoon, the government launched the campaign “#BeFairWithDR” on social media. A Belgian couple lying on the beach Tuesday at the Grand Bahia Principe said they were mostly ignoring U.S. media reports. “Americans don’t have a great reputation traveling. They are quite delicate,” said 56-year-old Rudy Hugherbart. “The Dominican Republic is a beautiful place and we love it.” RACHELLE KRYGIER

5-year-old dies of Ebola as outbreak spreads

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A jury could not reach a verdict Tuesday against a border activist charged with conspiracy to transport and harbor migrants in a trial that aid groups said would have wide implications on their work. Scott Daniel Warren, 36, faced up to 20 years in prison for what he said was providing two migrants with water, food and lodging in Arizona. (AP)

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Stay at Iron Man’s cabin for just $800 a night

Marvel fans can now live out a fantasy in Georgia if they’re willing to shell out around $800 per night. WSB-TV reports that the cabin where Tony Stark, better known as Iron Man, lived during the “Avengers: Endgame” film is listed for rent on Airbnb — though Marvel hasn’t officially confirmed it’s the same property. The three-bedroom cabin is located on a lake in Fairburn, about 30 minutes southwest of Atlanta. (AP) Official: Pilot who crashed helicopter radioed he was lost, was not authorized to fly in low visibility

A 5-year-old boy who died in Uganda became the first crossborder victim in the Ebola crisis Wednesday, while his brother, 3, and grandmother tested positive for the disease that has killed nearly 1,400 people in Congo. The boy and his family recently were in Congo and Uganda. The outbreak’s spread into Uganda led the World Health Organization to revisit whether history’s second-largest Ebola epidemic should be declared a global health emergency. (AP) TUCSON, ARIZ.

Jury deadlocks in case against border activist

5 soldiers, 1 militant dead after rebels ambush Indian troops in Kashmir


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Protesters: We’re staying Police: ‘Serious clashes’ force officers to use pepper spray, tear gas

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U.K. vows to hit net zero carbon output by 2050

Protesters, rallying against an extradition bill, face off with police Wednesday outside government headquarters.

A police officer fires tear gas during clashes with protesters in Hong Kong that left dozens injured.

rubber bullets and tear gas. Officers also were hurt, some seriously, by rocks, bottles, traffic cones, metal barricades and other items thrown by protesters. And at least 72 people were brought to seven hospitals, with two in serious condition, the Hong Kong Hospital Authority said Wednesday night. Lo also called the demonstration a riot, which could mean long jail terms for anyone arrested, adding

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HONG KONG Following a day of sit-ins, tear gas and clashes with police, Hong Kong students and civil rights activists vowed Wednesday to keep protesting a proposed extradition bill that has become a lightning rod for concerns over greater Chinese control and erosion of civil liberties in the former British colony. The violence marked a major escalation of the biggest political crisis in years for the semiautonomous Chinese territory and forced the delay of legislative debate on the contentious bill. College student Louis Wong said he considered the blockade of government headquarters and the Legislative Council a success because it appeared to prevent Beijing loyalists from advancing amendments to a pair of laws that would make it easier to send suspected criminals to China. “This is a public space and the police have no right to block us from staying here,” Wong said, surveying a garbage-strewn intersection in the Admiralty neighborhood that had been blocked off by security forces after protesters broke through a police cordon and entered the government complex. “We’ll stay until the government drops this law and [Chinese President] Xi Jinping gives up on trying to turn Hong Kong into just another city in China like Beijing and Shanghai,” he said. A weekend protest of the extradition measure drew hundreds of thousands of people, and Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said the peaceful rally had become a “blatant, organized riot.” Police Commissioner Stephen Lo Wai-chung said the “serious clashes” forced police to use pepper spray, bean bag rounds,

With Beijing’s growing use of surveillance technology, many protesters wore surgical masks to hide their faces.

to fears that Hong Kong’s government is using public disturbance laws to intimidate protesters. The demonstrations pose a challenge to Xi, who has said he would not tolerate Hong Kong being used as a base to question the ruling Communist Party’s authority. But they are also giving a voice to youth in the territory who feel alienated by a political process dominated by the economic elite.

Under its “one country, two systems” framework, Hong Kong was supposed to be guaranteed the right to retain its own social, legal and political systems for 50 years following its handover from British rule in 1997. However, China’s Communist Party has been seen as increasingly reneging on that agreement by forcing through unpopular laws. A vote on the legislation is scheduled for June 20. CHRISTOPHER BODEEN (AP)

Ex-Michigan State dean William Strampel found guilty of neglect, misconduct in handling of Larry Nassar case

ENVIRONMENT Theresa May, Britain’s outgoing prime minister, on Wednesday announced plans to eliminate the country’s net contribution to climate change by 2050 as Europe’s effort to slow global warming picked up speed. The amendment to the 2008 Climate Change Act will intensify Britain’s push to drastically reduce carbon emissions ahead of a European Union summit next week that’s expected to address the bloc’s effort to tackle global warming. Though Britain plans to leave the EU, there is broad cross-party support in Parliament for the international fight against climate change. “Standing by is not an option,” May said. “Reaching net zero by 2050 is an ambitious target, but it is crucial that we achieve it to ensure we protect our planet for future generations.” While experts agree it won’t be possible to eliminate all emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, “net zero” would ensure that an equal amount of gas would be captured by natural means such as forests or artificial systems that suck carbon out of the atmosphere. Other major industrialized countries, such as France and Germany, are working on similar legislation to be passed this year. Smaller European countries, including Norway, Sweden and the Netherlands, already have the “net zero” target enshrined in domestic laws. GREGORY KATZ AND FRANK JORDANS (AP)

Egyptian court sentences 296 people to prison on terror charges


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Stephen Curry, middle, and the Warriors head home down 3-2 against the Raptors.

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Uphill climb continues

After an incredible win and a devastating injury, Warriors still have lots of work to do NBA FINALS The Warriors were so moved by their brilliant Game 5 comeback Monday that Draymond Green declared it “the greatest” performance of their stellar five-year run in the NBA Finals. Trailing the Raptors by six points with less than three minutes to play, Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry combined to hit three 3-pointers, Green blocked a potential game-winner at the buzzer, and the defending champs celebrated the improbable end to a night that saw Kevin Durant lost to an Achilles injury. Golden State staved off elimination, narrowing Toronto’s series lead to 3-2 and forcing a Game 6 tonight. “We could have thrown in the towel,” Green said. “We could have folded, but we didn’t. I said it before: I’ve never seen this group fold. And that stands true still.” The tricky thing about digging out of a 3-1 deficit, though, is that it takes a lot more than one

legendary performance. LeBron James needed three masterpieces to lead the 2016 Cavaliers to the only 3-1 comeback in NBA Finals history. In Game 5, he posted 41 points, 16 rebounds and seven assists. In Game 6, 41 points, eight rebounds and 11 assists. In Game 7, he had 27 points, 11 rebounds, and 11 assists, plus an all-time chase-down block on Andre Iguodala. Golden State, in other words, still has plenty of work to do in this series. The comeback formula includes no margin for error, especially because Durant is done for the series and beyond. Curry, like James three years ago, must be spectacular. Thompson, too. The Warriors must get quality outside shooting from their supporting cast, and DeMarcus Cousins must continue to pick his spots scoring inside. A Green-led defense must keep Leonard off the free-throw line and continue to challenge Toronto’s shooters.

Game 7 of Stanley Cup Final ended after Express’ deadline

Durant reveals surgery Kevin Durant revealed Wednesday he had surgery for a ruptured right Achilles tendon. The Warriors’ star wrote on Instagram: “I wanted to update you all: I did rupture my Achilles. Surgery was today and it was a success, EASY MONEY.” Durant sat out for a month, then played just 12 minutes Monday before he was injured again. (AP)

Taken together, that’s exhausting work in a series that has already left Golden State juggling multiple injuries, including Kevon Looney’s fracture in his chest/ rib cage, and obvious fatigue. It wasn’t surprising, then, that the Warriors quickly turned to Durant’s injury as a rallying point. “We do it for Kevin,” Thompson said. “It obviously inspires you to play harder knowing your best player can’t be out there. You think of him every time you dive for a loose ball or go for a

Nats open series vs. D-Backs tonight

rebound, because I know him and I know how bad he wants to be out there. That’s why he was out there [in Game 5].” The Warriors should also benefit from a return to Oracle Arena, where they will play the final home game of a 47-year run in Oakland. Despite dropping Games 3 and 4 to Toronto in this series, Golden State is 45-10 (.818) at home in the playoffs since coach Steve Kerr’s arrival in 2014. Both teams have resisted the temptation to buckle in tense moments — Toronto when it rebounded from Game 2 with an emphatic Game 3 performance, and Golden State when it cheated death in Game 5. Thanks to their 2016 collapse, the Warriors also know that a Game 6 win would shift all of the scrutiny back to the Raptors for Game 7. For a team accustomed to always being at the center of the storm, that must be an uplifting thought. BEN GOLLIVER (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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Germany notches its 2nd win in France Germany (2-0) relied on Sara Däbritz’s goal in the 42nd minute for the win Wednesday against Spain (1-1). Spain’s lack of production spared secondranked Germany an upset against the 13th-ranked team that is playing in only its second World Cup. (AP) NIGERIA 2, SOUTH KOREA 0

This time, own goal benefits Nigerians Asisat Oshoala became the second Nigerian player to score in two Women’s World Cups with a late goal in a 2-0 win over South Korea (0-2). An own goal by South Korea earlier in the match made Nigeria (1-1) the first team to both score and concede an own goal at the same Women’s World Cup since the U.S. in 1999. (AP) FRANCE 2, NORWAY 1

France tops Norway to stay undefeated France recovered from a terrible own goal to beat Norway 2-1 in its second win of the tournament. Eugenie Le Sommer scored the winner from the penalty spot in the 72nd minute. Norway (1-1), which won the cup in 1995, is playing without Ada Hegerberg, the 2018 FIFA Ballon d’Or winner. (AP)

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Who’ll win at Pebble Beach? The key to winning the U.S. Open, which begins today at Pebble Beach: don’t hit it into the rough. That may be overly simplistic, but staying on the fairway will go a long way at Pebble Beach, which features some of the smallest greens on tour. In the course’s five previous U.S. Opens, winning scores ranged from 2 over par (Jack Nicklaus, 1972) and even (Graeme McDowell, 2010) to Tiger Woods’ absurd 12 under in 2000. Here are this year’s favorites. MATT BONESTEEL (THE WASHINGTON POST)

Brooks Koepka

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He has won four of the past eight majors and the previous two U.S. Opens. Only three other players — Willie Anderson (1903-05), Ben Hogan (1950-51) and Curtis Strange (1988-89) — have won consecutive U.S. Opens. Koepka, left, doesn’t have a whole lot of history at Pebble Beach — he has only played the Pro-Am once, tying for eighth in 2016 — but he didn’t have any history at Bethpage Black, either, and look what happened at the PGA Championship.

He held a three-stroke lead entering the final round of the 2010 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach but quickly imploded that Sunday with a triple bogey at No. 2 and a double at No. 3, ending up five strokes behind winner McDowell. He certainly knows the course, having won the Pro-Am twice and three other times finishing in the top five. If there’s a course on which Johnson (seven top-10s this season) could win his second major, Pebble Beach might be the best candidate.

He followed his missed cut at the PGA Championship with a respectable T-9 at the Memorial, one of his four top-10s this season. He also finished T-4 the last time Pebble Beach hosted the U.S. Open. At his peak was that win for the ages in 2000, when he was the only player to finish under par. Woods leads the PGA Tour in greens in regulation and ranks third in strokes gained: ball striking, which is computed by totaling the player’s total driving and greens in regulation.

People were jumping off the McIlroy train after his missed cut at the Memorial, but then he simply ran away from the field at last weekend’s Canadian Open, shooting a final-round 61 to win by seven strokes. The Memorial flameout clearly was just a blip, because McIlroy might be having his best season ever. He’s averaging 2.7 strokes gained per round. The last player who exceeded that number for a full season was Woods in 2009, right at the end of peak Tiger.

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The Dominican Republic’s chief prosecutor says six people, including alleged gunman Rolfy Ferreyra, have been detained in the shooting of former Red Sox star David Ortiz. Authorities say a seventh suspect is being pursued in the shooting, which witnesses say was carried out by two men on a motorcycle and two other groups of people in cars. (AP) 1986-2019

Runner who competed while battling cancer dies Gabriele Grunewald, one of the country’s top middle-distance runners, died Tuesday after a long and public fight against cancer. She was 32. Diagnosed with a rare form of cancer in 2009, Grunewald managed to forge a career as a professional athlete and U.S. champion while enduring surgeries, radiation and chemotherapy treatments. (AP)

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D.C.’s Antonia Tricarico captures music history in her new photo book BOOKS Plenty of documentaries, books and zines tell the stories of D.C. punk from the perspective of men. But why aren’t more women involved in the conversation? The question struck local photographer Antonia Tricarico as she was compiling her first book. “Frame of Mind: Punk Photos and Essays from Washington, DC,

and Beyond, 1997–2017,” released last week, tells the story of that era of D.C. punk rock through Tricarico’s images plus essays written by female musicians. “While editing the photos, I realized that I had heard a lot about music mostly from men and it was like, what if there is more to be discovered?” Tricarico says about the book, which she’ll discuss at Politics and Prose this weekend (5015 Connecticut Ave. NW; Sun., 3 p.m., free). Concert photos in the book feature seminal local acts

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The fierce, female side of punk rock Stinking Lizaveta drummer Cheshire Agusta performs at a 2009 show in Philly in this photo taken by “Frame of Mind” author Antonia Tricarico.

including Fugazi, Deep Lust and Priests, along with bigger touring names such as Joan Jett. Many of the photos were taken at D.C.-area venues, though some were shot in places around the

world (including Tricarico’s home country of Italy). Adding a personal touch are the 14 essays from punk’s trailblazing women — including Jett and Kristina Sauvage of Coup Sauvage & the Snips.

“Making music allows us to not only reflect our world but also imagine the world we want to see — one that’s way more brown, way more feminist, way more queer and way more fierce,” Sauvage writes in her essay. Tricarico will display 32 photographs from “Frame of Mind” at Lost Origins Gallery in an exhibit opening Saturday (3110 Mount Pleasant St.; opening reception, Sat., 6-9 p.m., free). Photo prints and copies of the book will be available for purchase. “The local music scene wasn’t just about music, it was a community of people,” Tricarico says. “Its presence was making D.C. a better place to live. Music had a specific message against gentrification, sexism, racism and so on.” STEPHANIE WILLIAMS (EXPRESS)

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BYT’s festival for fans of all things murder and true crime returns this fall with podcasts (“Jensen and Holes: The Murder Squad,” the comedic “Throwing Shade”) and an appearance by a woman who knows a thing or two about real-life crime stories: Amanda Knox. GET TICKETS: Now, through Eventbrite and gwutickets.com.

Scottish synth-pop act CHVRCHES will headline the first of two days at the 2019 edition of this annual Union Market music fest. Singer-songwriter Melanie Martinez heads up the second night, while such acts as LANY, Betty Who, Olivia O’Brien and D.C.’s Sneaks help round out the bill. GET TICKETS: Now, through allthingsgofallclassic.com.

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D.C.-bred rapper Shy Glizzy released his second studio effort, “Covered n’ Blood,” back in April, putting a more personal touch on his nasal, piercing rhymes. GET TICKETS: Friday at 10 a.m. via Live Nation. RUDI GREENBERG (EXPRESS)

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When Scott Strasbaugh gets recognized on the street, it’s usually due to his appearance in “Zoolander” as a Finnish dwarf named Olaf. Fans shout, “Cool story, Hansel” when they see the Sterling, Va.-based actor, whose one line has become a catchphrase. Other fans remember the 4-foot-tall Strasbaugh as the lead singer in The Little Kingz, a heavy metal band that performed shows with Eminem and Linkin Park, or from his many roles on stages throughout the D.C. area. These days, Strasbaugh is spending time behind the scenes as the director of the Little Theatre of Alexandria’s production of “A Fox on the Fairway,” a lively comedy that takes place on a golf course (600 Wolfe St., Alexandria; through June 29, $21-$24). While he does like to hit the links — “I have a great short game, ha!” — Strasbaugh is opting for theater over golf on his D.C. dream day. I take the Metro to D.C. because I’m a people-watcher. I love staring at people and trying to figure out who they are and what they are trying to be. There are so many beautiful people and so many unique individuals, and so many odd characters, I don’t even stand out. On the Metro, I get to do the gawking for once.

When I get to D.C., I’ll go to Ben’s Chili Bowl to get a halfsmoke. I don’t like messy sandwiches, but the half-smoke is so freaking good, I can’t pass it up. Somewhere in my dream day, I put on a little baseball outfit and a baseball hat and shave my face and find a

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My dad is a jeweler and I don’t know why, but he didn’t want me to follow in his footsteps and be a jeweler too. Maybe he thought we would fight? But I love diamonds and so I’d go to the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and look at the Hope Diamond. It is remarkable. It’s 451/2 carats of this stunning blue, unbelievable, multifaceted piece of rock. Precious stones mean so much to people. They mean love between two people and a love of everything from the earth. I get choked up talking about it. For dinner I’d go to Sushi Taro. I like sitting at the bar because the chefs like to try things out on me. Sometimes beautiful goodness I didn’t order lands on my plate. That’s how you learn about food like Japanese unadon. It’s a bowl of rice with grilled eel, and it’s so good. Even if you don’t get free food, it’s such an experience to sit at the bar and see the sushi chefs making art on a plate. I’m a theater guy, so I’d obviously have to finish my day off with theater. Kennedy Center, Woolly Mammoth, Signature Theatre, Folger Theatre, Arena Stage — it doesn’t matter; all those places are amazing. I would end up with a nice glass of wine at one of these theaters and then see a dramatic, thought-provoking play. I’d also go see a movie. My favorite movie theater is the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, because they are completely about silence in the movie theater. Plus they serve you food at your seat, and there’s a full bar. AS TOLD TO SADIE DINGFELDER (EXPRESS)


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Q&A | RAPHAEL BOB-WAKSBERG

This is his brain on love Raphael Bob-Waksberg began writing “Someone Who Will Love You in All Your Damaged Glory” a decade ago — he just didn’t realize it at the time. Back then, before Bob-Waksberg gained acclaim for creating the animated Netflix series “BoJack Horseman,” the tales that now make up his short-story collection were stray concepts rattling around his brain. “I had some smaller pieces up on my blog, or I would write them as tweets,” he says. “Any way I had to get little ideas out.” One such idea: a satirical “missed connection” listing that Bob-Waksberg actually posted to Craigslist in 2013. In that fabricated ad, now immortalized in his book, a lost soul seeks the woman with whom he shared flirtatious, fleeting glances on a New York City train as the stops sailed by at an increasingly outlandish rate. “For months we sat on the train saying nothing,” the narrator says. “We survived on bags of Skittles sold to us by kids raising money for their basketball teams.” The book, which hit shelves Tuesday, features that yarn alongside similarly surreal stories of the heart. In one sobering parable, a husband finds refuge from his tedious marriage by venturing to another dimension. Another entry follows a couple as they fret over the socially acceptable number of goats to sacrifice at their wedding. The mind behind these tragicomic tales will speak Thursday at Politics and Prose. THOMAS FLOYD (EXPRESS) The stories in this collection mix up the structure and worldbuilding. How did you decide to play with the format like that? Talking to my publisher, I

described it as a mixtape or a scrapbook, almost. I wanted it to feel like each thing was a little different and it didn’t just feel like pieces of a larger novel.

A lot of times when I’m thinking about storytelling, both in television and these stories, I think about format first. What would be a fun way to tell a story? What’s a new way in or a way where the reader immediately goes, “Oh, this is kooky”? Then the second step is finding an emotional hook that justifies that storytelling. What drew you to love as the theme running through the book? When I got the book deal, I had maybe half a book, maybe a third of the book, so I had a lot of writing left to do. And there was a lot of thought of, “What is this collection about? What is a story that is appropriate for this collection?” I arrived primarily on the idea of these are all love stories of a type. That’s obviously a very broad designation, because loves can mean a lot of different things — there’s romantic loves,

there’s family love, there’s a love between friends. I wanted to keep it loose, but I thought that was a good rubric. How did you manage your time, putting together this collection while also working on “BoJack”? Oh, God, I didn’t — I’m drowning, man! No, it’s nice sometimes to have a couple plates spinning at the same time because you can go back and forth. If I was stuck on something on “BoJack,” I would open up my book document and go, “Well, OK, maybe I can work on one of these things for a little bit to distract me.” And vice versa — if I got stuck on a story, I could switch to a different story or I could open up a script and start noodling with that. How is production on “BoJack” Season 6 coming along? We are in the middle of it — I think people are going to like it. We tried some new things out with how the season is structured, which I think at least was interesting for us. It’s the same

old “BoJack” that people love with some surprises, as we try to do every season. You’re also co-creating the upcoming Amazon animated series “Undone.” What can you say about that show? I think people are going to be really surprised at the kind of show that it is, and how it looks and how it moves and how it feels. There’s really nothing like it on television. What’s the next project you’d want to take on, now that you’ve written your first book? I wouldn’t mind going on a vacation and replenishing a little bit, but I just want to keep trying new things. I’d love to write another book, I’d love to write a movie or a Broadway musical or an immersive interactive theater experience — I don’t know. I want to keep busy, but first not be so busy.

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It’s time for her to tell her own story Preschool, small-town California, Elaine Welteroth’s earliest memory: Her teacher had just plopped down a pile of magazines, glossy-paged building materials to be used to construct a collage. Cut out photos of people who resemble your family, the students were instructed, and paste them onto a sheet of paper. The trouble, Welteroth found, was that the pages were filled with white moms, white babies — “white paper families,” she recalls. “I was the only brown kid in a sea of white faces, flipping through magazines and realizing for the first time that I was black and therefore I was other. And that memory illuminates the power of media and its impact on our sense of identity.” In 2016, at age 29, Welteroth was named editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, making her the youngest person to hold that position at a Condé Nast publication. She’s credited with transforming the magazine into a socially conscious news source that showcased a diverse range of skin tones, hair textures, body types and viewpoints. Since departing the magazine last year, she joined “Project Runway” as a judge and wrote a just-released memoir, “More Than Enough,” which she’ll discuss at Sidwell Friends on Saturday. ANGELA HAUPT (FOR EXPRESS) What’s your book’s origin story, and why did now feel like the right time for a memoir? As a journalist, I spent the last 10 years of my career telling women’s stories because I genuinely believe that there are gems in the stories women never tell, and that’s really what fueled my work at Teen Vogue. And I sort of looked up and realized, by 30 I had this incredible opportunity to make the magazine I always needed when I was younger, and now it was time for me to take my own advice and tell my own story. Especially now, because I’m part of a generation that’s writing our life story in real time on social media, but we only ever share and see the shiniest slice of our success story. And while that can be aspirational, I think it can also be detrimental. Because ultimately, we’re selling lies about success. And I just felt

like, as a role model for what a leader can look like as a young black woman, I had more to share than what could fit in a tweet or Instagram caption. Throughout “More Than Enough,” you reference the term that Shonda Rhimes coined: FOD, or “First. Only. Different.” What kind of pressure comes with that identifier? It comes with this feeling that you’re there to represent for a community of people, and that carries a certain amount of pressure. But I think of it as an opportunity, frankly. I see it as a responsibility to not just be first but to make sure you’re the first of many. For a lot of us FODs, what helped us climb the ranks was assimilation — trying to blend in, wearing these masks so you can assert your authority and gain credibility. All of those

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things are natural survival tactics, but it takes removing those masks and really speaking from an authentic place to do your most transformative work. You’ll be in conversation with inspiring women throughout your book tour, including activist Brittany Packnett in D.C. How did you cultivate your lineup of guests? Before I even put pen to paper on my book, I decided it was going to be a tool that would put me in conversation with my community of women. I wanted to use my book tour as an opportunity to bring to life all the off-therecord conversations I’ve had with my mentors over the years,

and my peers, and start a larger collective conversation. Brittany Packnett is an extraordinary educator and activist, a really important voice of our time and for my generation. Her podcast [“Pod Save the People,” on which Packnett joins host DeRay Mckesson] is one of my favorites, so I basically talk to her in the shower every day. And now I’m going to have the opportunity to sit with her in front of a room full of women — I cannot wait to hit the road with my girls. Why was “Project Runway” the right next step for you? It’s such a beloved show, and to have the opportunity to be a part of reinvigorating it and bringing

it into the present by connecting it to what’s happening in culture and what’s happening politically was endlessly exciting to me. “Project Runway” is really a celebration of creativity. My goal was to weave in conversations around diversity and inclusion and how fashion is a platform for social change. The episode that I’m most proud of [the social cause-focused “What Do You Care About?” that aired in May] really challenged the designers to use fashion as a platform to show us what they stand for. Sidwell Friends School, Meeting House and Arts Center, 3825 Wisconsin Ave.; Sat., 7 p.m., $15 ($35 including book).


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It’s back and it’s By the People

At one of the By the People “activations,” visitors can use lawn signs to express what freedom means to them.

CHRIS FERENZI PHOTOGRAPHY

we are making it as accessible as possible by providing free transportation on the weekends,” Goodall adds. Indeed, courtesy shuttles will travel between the festival’s two hubs — the Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building and Union Market — as well as to a temporary, indoor art market in Georgetown, where attendees can view (and buy) original pieces by local artists. The shuttles will also stop alongside the By the People art barge, which will travel the Potomac and Anacostia rivers throughout the festival. The art barge will display a sign created by conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas that reads, “They are US is them.” You can’t board the barge, but you can participate in site-specific “activations” when it docks at several ports, including Anacostia Park, Capitol Riverfront and the Georgetown Waterfront. On the land beside the river, people will be invited to write down what freedom means to them on lawn signs. “What I love about the lawn sign activation is that it’s something anyone can participate in, at any age, or any political leaning. Whatever you feel is OK,” Goodall says. “Those lawn signs will get displayed in view of the barge so that not only are they an interactive component, but they’re actually part of the exhibit.” This year’s By the People festival also includes artist talks, plus a day of civic dialogues focused on the future of transportation,

KAHLIL JOSEPH

EXHIBITS Starting Saturday, a very unusual broadcast will stream live to TVs at a downtown hotel and a Union Market event space. A mashup of music and videos — including talks by black intellectuals, news footage and home videos — “BLKNWS” aims to capture the full complexity of African American life and culture and to counter dominant media narratives. The piece, by artist and filmmaker Kahlil Joseph, who has directed music videos for Kendrick Lamar and Beyoncé, is just one example of the worldclass art landing in unusual places around D.C. for this year’s By the People festival. “BLKNWS will be streaming to the Eaton Hotel and AutoShop at Union Market for the duration of the festival,” says Kate Goodall, CEO of Halcyon, the arts and social enterprise incubator behind the event. “That’s a big part of the festival, the accessibility — we want people to encounter these works in surprising places, in public spaces that aren’t necessarily in the gilded institutions.” Launched last year as a fourday affair, By the People is expanding to nine days this year, opening on Saturday and running through June 23. It’s also spreading to Prince George’s County in Maryland and Reston, Va., with the goal of bringing the festival’s mix of cutting-edge art and community dialogue to as many people as possible, Goodall says. “In addition to being free,

FOR FREEDOMS

The arts and dialogue festival expands in duration and reach for its second year

Artist and filmmaker Kahlil Joseph’s piece “BLKNWS” includes a broadcast that will be viewable on televisions at Union Market and the Eaton Hotel.

By the People debuted last year with lots of art and dialogue.

food, sports and entertainment. The event, at Eaton Hotel on June 20, will include presentations by representatives from Lyft and Virgin Hyperloop One. “I think setting the dialogue a little bit in the future helps to free us, at least temporarily, from the intractable problems of the present,” Goodall says. Goodall hopes locals can get to multiple sites over the festival’s nine days, but if you only have time for one, make it the Arts and Industries Building, she says.

quickly for you to read. “I have a feeling it’ll be one of the most popular pieces of the festival because it’s so interactive and so Instagrammable,” Goodall says. “It gives a positive affirmation for the future, which, I think, is something we all need right now.”

The cavernous space will be filled with festival showstoppers, such as “Walking on Clouds,” a site-specific piece by New Yorkbased conceptual artist Jonathan Rosen. Rosen’s piece consists of a room filled with fog, where viewers are invited to take a picture of themselves in a mirror. Later, when you look at the photo, you’ll see your face underneath a phrase such as “I could be king,” “I could be loved,” “I could be seen” — messages that had been scrolling by on the mirror too

SADIE DINGFELDER (EXPRESS)

Various locations; Sat. through June 23, various times, free; some events require registration at bythepeople.org.


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SADIE DINGFELDER | THE STAYCATIONER

The best views of D.C., as I see it

It’s pretty difficult to take a boring photo from the W Hotel’s POV Lounge.

There’s a reason billionaires like to occupy the top floors of skyscrapers:

Such great heights?

Great heights confer a sense of power, of omnipotence even. While many cities’

The highest heights don’t necessarily make for the best views or overall experiences. In fact, the shortest place The Staycationer visited for this story actually topped her list of the area’s 387 ft. best high-altitude hot spots.

them according to a sophisticated aesthetic rubric known as my personal opinion.

Measurements are of view heights, not building heights.

Agree? Disagree? Tweet your thoughts to @SadieDing or take part in an online poll at wapo.st/views.

Ideal for HVAC enthusiasts

Airplane flybys

Good for sunsets

Cherry blossom viewing

Expensive cocktails

360-degree view

Udvar-Hazy

164 ft.

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Skydome Restaurant

200 ft.

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300 ft. 270 ft.

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spots over the past few months (except for the one that’s closed yet again), and have ranked

Washington Monument

options will have to suffice. I took in the views at the D.C. area’s most famous high-altitude

500 ft.

The Old Post Office Tower

helicopters of the military or medical varieties. So unless you plan to sustain a grievous injury or — even worse — get elected president, one of these relatively low-rise

The View of DC

building-height and airspace restrictions limit the best views to passengers in

GW Masonic National Memorial

best views go to the highest bidder, the situation in D.C. is more democratic —

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The Donald D. Engen Observation Tower at Udvar-Hazy

Height of view: 164 feet

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Skydome Restaurant at DoubleTree 300 Army Navy Drive, Arlington

George Washington Masonic National Memorial 101 Callahan Drive, Alexandria

Height of view: 200 feet

Height of view: 300 feet

The barely perceptible rotation of this (unintentionally) retro restaurant affords ample opportunity to contemplate a variety of views. If you begin your journey at the host stand, the first thing you’ll see, at surprisingly close range, are the balconies of adjacent apartment buildings. No need to rush — you’ve got plenty of time to admire the outdoor furniture of military contractors. Next, your table will point you toward the majestic expanses of the Pentagon’s many parking lots. As you continue your journey, the HVAC units of nearby low-rise office buildings rotate into view, framed by the mesmerizing flow of traffic on I-395. About halfway through is the main event: Way off in the distance, if you squint and the weather’s clear, you can see the Washington Monument as well as Reagan-bound airplanes. It’s OK to be jealous — the people onboard are getting a much better view than you, and probably better food, too.

You know how sometimes, when you’re taking in a grand view, you think, “Gosh, this is great, but what I really want is to see this exact same thing on a nearby screen?” The folks behind the Masonic memorial have you covered. On the top floor of the tower, there’s a screen hooked up to a livestream from a camera that’s a few feet away on the balcony. Sure, you can walk out onto that balcony and see the view directly with your eyeballs, but unmediated experiences are so last century. Sadly, this livesteam is not yet available online — perhaps the Masons don’t want to undercut the tower’s $18 admission. In any case, the view is somewhat underwhelming — unless you’re a big fan of nicely mown lawns and suburban trees. More interesting is the memorial’s odd assemblage of Orientalist costumes, which your guide will make you look at en route to the top of the tower.

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The View of DC 1201 Wilson Blvd., Suite 214, Arlington

Height of view: 387 feet

SADIE DINGFELDER (EXPRESS)

The Chantilly, Va., branch of the Smithsonian National Air and Space museum boasts many fascinating sights, but the view from the observation tower isn’t one of them. As you gaze at a crazy quilt of cow fields and highways, you may find yourself asking how this supposedly free museum gets away with charging $15 for parking. Occasionally, a Dullesbound airplane flies by, and you can almost see the dismayed faces of passengers as they realize they are nowhere near downtown D.C. Before heading back to the main museum, be sure to check out the observation tower’s display of early air traffic control technology and the accompanying FAA kiosk that explains to reluctant taxpayers why an upgrade might be in order.

SADIE DINGFELDER (EXPRESS)

SADIE DINGFELDER (EXPRESS)

14390 Air and Space Museum Parkway, Chantilly, Va.

The observation deck at the top of the Central Place Plaza skyscraper delivers just what’s promised: vertiginous views of all the D.C. landmarks, from the Kennedy Center to Congress, and all the way east to the Basilica. Less exciting are the tower’s westward views, though a touch-screen display tries its best to make Northern Virginia sound exciting. “As defense contractors associated with the CIA start setting up in Tysons, shopping malls and other leisure attractions follow.” (Emphasis theirs.) This hyperlocal history probably appeals to what appears to be The View of D.C.’s key demographic: Arlington residents, who get in free, and the outof-town visitors they bring along (and who must pay the full $21). Like the Masonic memorial, The View also caters to people who prefer simulacrums of experiences to the real thing. A virtual reality ride called “HoverDC” gives you the feeling of zooming over all the major D.C. landmarks that allow drone photography — which is to say, none of the ones that matter.


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Washington Monument 2 15th St. NW

Height of view: 500 feet SADIE DINGFELDER (EXPRESS)

It’s a shame the Washington Monument has been closed so much lately. While this Egyptianish obelisk bears only a tenuous connection to America’s first president, it’s an excellent beacon for tourists — a landmark as well as a great way to get the lay of the Mall when you first arrive. When I visited for my second-ever Staycationer column, I found that the Washington Monument had plenty to offer locals as well as visitors to D.C. In addition to unparalleled views (albeit through small, thickpaned windows), you get to go on a magic elevator ride — one where, with the push of a button, opaque glass turns clear, revealing some of the nifty memorial stones in the middle of the structure. Why the rangers don’t leave the windows clear for the full ride is a mystery. What are they hiding? Could this be the plot for the next “National Treasure” movie? Perhaps we’ll find out when the monument reopens (supposedly) in August.

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The Old Post Office tower at the Trump Hotel 1100 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

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POV at the W Hotel 515 15th St. NW

Height of view: About 120 feet The best seats at this rooftop bar, at the southern corner, are roped off for event attendees and VIPs. These lucky folks get unparalleled views of the entire Mall, and they are so close to the Washington Monument, they could almost hit it with paper airplanes. Don’t be jealous, though — the west-facing balcony delivers views nearly as scenic. On a recent weekday visit, I got a first-row seat to see the sun set behind the White House. This was thanks to a kindly stranger who offered up her stool when she saw me struggling with my enormous novelty cocktail, the “Bi-Partisan” — actually a pair of drinks, one red and one blue, balanced on a huge scale of justice. All around me, a friendly crowd of locals and business travelers played “spot the government sniper” while I watched the silhouettes of hard-working Treasury Department employees through their office windows. Their diligence inspired me to work overtime, too, so I ordered another drink — “The President’s Book of Secrets,” a hollow book containing a glass skull and a flask of date-infused rum. And it was delicious.

MIRIAM BERG PHOTOS

When Donald Trump leased the Old Post Office building from the federal government in 2013, he agreed to keep the building’s historic bell tower open to the public. But how to keep the hotel’s well-heeled guests from mingling with the sweaty masses? The answer lies in a special entrance for common tourists followed by a maze of long hallways seemingly designed to segregate the hoi polloi from esteemed guests of the hotel. Along the way, you’ll find historic exhibits that also declare the beauty and glamour of the Trump Hotel. You won’t be able to make that assessment for yourself, because the glass elevator that overlooks the lobby has been aggressively frosted, perhaps to keep tower visitors from playing “spot the Saudi lobbyist.” After another long hallway and yet another elevator, you finally reach the tower, and the view doesn’t disappoint, as long as you ignore the smudged plastic and thick safety bars. Unless, of course, you want to see the White House (or Congress) behind bars, in which case, this is the view for you.

MATT MCCLAIN (THE WASHINGTON POST)

Height of view: 270 feet


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CHRIS TROTMAN (GETTY IMAGES FOR USTA)

Singer Kim Petras is starting to reveal more and more about her personal life in her songs.

Kim Petras tells it like she really is The rising pop star has added sad songs to her mix, but she isn’t forsaking the fun

MUSIC German-born pop star Kim Petras used to sing about living in the lap of luxury. Her breakthrough song, 2017’s “I Don’t Want It at All,” was an infectious, “Material Girl”-like bop about the thrills of a wellheeled lifestyle — summers in the Hamptons, sprawling closets full of designer clothes — but one that was worlds away from Petras’ reality. “I wrote all these songs about what I wanted my life to be, and really glamorized my life,

while living on my futon and a shared apartment with four people,” says Petras, 26. “And now I feel like I’ve become a lot more confident.” That confidence is apparent in Petras’ recent string of songs, which she’ll perform at The Fillmore on Saturday as part of her first headlining tour. The delicate pop number “Broken,” released in April, set the tone for Petras’ new era of music. It was a complete about-face from her previous single, the party starter “1, 2, 3 dayz up,” which featured

electro-pop producer SOPHIE. The chance to vent about being heartbroken over an ex was therapeutic for Petras — but a feeling of guilt came along with it. “A part of me felt a little bad for making sad songs because I feel so blessed,” says Petras, who moved to L.A. when she was 19. “It’s nice to tour, drop singles and make music as my job. I don’t take it for granted and I’m not sitting around going, ‘Aw, poor me,’ but that’s what I was going through personally.” There are still plenty of funloving hits in the latest mix, including “Do Me,” which is, as Petras puts succinctly, “a song about being a ho!” and “Got My Number,” in which she shares a phone number and invites listeners to call her “for a good time.” (The number was actually real and belonged to her friend and collaborator Jesse Saint John.) So far she’s released all her work independently, managing to get more than 125 million streams online without a major label push. For Petras, being authentic goes beyond wearing her heart on her sleeve and maintaining her creative freedom. She’s also an inspiration for the LGBTQ

community. At 16, she made international headlines as the youngest person in the world to undergo sexual reassignment surgery. She makes a point to not let her identity overshadow her art, though she’s still a visible champion for the trans community. “I want to be a role model for young trans kids,” says Petras, who was nominated this year for GLAAD’s Outstanding Music Artist award. “My whole teen life was dedicated to saying, ‘Look, I’m transgender, I’m a normal person.’ I always want to keep fighting for the LGBTQ community because that’s been my home.” Meanwhile, Petras is updating her sound, but not how the music is supposed to feel. “Pop music, to me, has always been an escape,” Petras says. “[My music] is supposed to take people out of their everyday problems and make them forget if they feel s---ty. But there are also a bunch of party bangers, and I hope that people just have fun.” STEPHANIE WILLIAMS (EXPRESS)

The Fillmore, 8656 Colesville Road, Silver Spring; Sat., 9 p.m., $23.


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FRI 6/14

MORTIFIED DC PRIDE EDITION

Fri.

SAT JONNY GRAVE QUARTET 6/15 (RECORD RELEASE)

PLEASURE TRAIN MARYJO MATTEA

SUN 6/18

MUSIC

SAN CISCO

Snarky Puppy

CARLA GENEVE

MON 6/24

SPENCER KRUG

THU 6/27

CATE LE BON MOON DIAGRAMS

You could call the music that the ever-evolving collective Snarky Puppy makes “jazz,” but that wouldn’t tell the full story. The band produces globe- and genretrotting instrumental music that showcases both individual players (as many as 19 on this year’s “Immigrance”) and the group as a whole. That makes Snarky Puppy a good fit to headline one of the DC Jazz Festival’s marquee events.

FRI 6/28

TAKE ME OUT

The Anthem, 901 Wharf St. SW; Fri., 8 p.m., $49-$79.

BANDING TOGETHER

THU 6/20 BENEFIT FOR GIFTS FOR THE HOMELESS FRI 6/21

THE HIDEOUT! DANCE PARTY SIXTIES SUMMER SOLSTICE EDITION

SUN 6/23

HORSECORN SWIMSUIT EDITION BIG BEEF PARTY LIGHT CONDUCTOR

2000s DANCE PARTY

ABORTION ACCESS FRONT DC PRESENTS

SAT 6/29

UNMASQUED

SAT 7/6

RIGHT ROUND

TUE 7/9 FRI 7/12

DC’S PRO-CHOICE PROM

‘HERstory: Love Forever, Hip Hop’

STORY DISTRICT presents

WILDIN’ OUT

FIELD DAY

(MEM. OF DAG NASTY / DOWN BY LAW)

SAT ALL FANTASY 7/13 LIVE PODCAST

EVERYTHING

THU THREE BROOMSTICKS THURSDAYS 7/18 THIS WEEK: HP & THE SORCERER’S STONE + + + BUTTERBEER DRINK SPECIALS

SEBADOH

ELEANOR FRIEDBERGER

HBO

80S ALT-POP DANCE PARTY

DOT DASH

TUE 7/23

STAGE

STARTS WEDNESDAY

AFI Docs AFI Silver, 8633 Colesville Road, Silver Spring, and various locations in D.C.; Wed. through June 23, $12-$15 per screening; festival passes $50-$275; opening night: $50; go to afi.com/afidocs for more details.

The 17th edition of the annual documentary film festival opens with the world premiere of “True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s Fight for Equality,” a profile of the lawyer, above, who founded the Equal Justice Initiative, an organization providing legal services for the poor. The five-day festival closes with a portrait of another fighter: “Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins,” Janice Engel’s film about the late Pulitzer Prize-nominated political columnist.

TUE JUNE 18

SAN CISCO

CARLA GENEVE

Thu. EXHIBITS

‘6.13.89: The Cancelling of the Mapplethorpe Exhibition’ MONDAY JUNE 24

SPENCER KRUG THURS JUNE 27

CATE LE BON

MOON DIAGRAMS WE ARE 3 BLOCKS FROM THE U STREET / CARDOZO METRO STATION TICKETS: www.BLACKCATDC.com

The Corcoran School of the Arts and Design’s latest show explores the Corcoran museum’s decision to cancel the 1989 exhibit “Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Moment” in the face of political pressure over the artist’s controversial work. Thursday’s free, RSVP-required opening party takes place 30 years after the cancellation. Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, 500 17th St. NW; Fri. through Oct. 6 (opening party: Thu., 6-8 p.m.), free.

FRIDAY

Brandi Carlile Merriweather Post Pavilion, 10475 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia, Md.; Fri., 7 p.m., $46-$76.

Brandi Carlile has become Americana’s latest star, thanks to her Grammy-winning 2018 album “By the Way, I Forgive You.” Her music has evolved over the years but the album still features her rootsy, country-ish sound, best exemplified by the uplifting ballad “The Joke.” Carlile will also soon lead a new supergroup called The Highwomen with Maren Morris, Amanda Shires and Natalie Hemby, ensuring her place at the genre’s forefront.

Playwright and director Goldie Patrick pays homage to the women of hip-hop with “HERstory.” The play follows a personified female version of hip-hop, known as H.E.R. (inspired by Common’s 1994 song “I Used to Love H.E.R.”), who is rushed to the hospital with lifethreatening injuries. Five women, each representing an era of hiphop, show up to decide H.E.R.’s fate. Kennedy Center, 2700 F St. NW; Fri., 7:30 p.m., sold out, Sat., 7:30 p.m., $25-$39.

Sat. MARKETS

Smorgasburg Brooklyn and L.A.’s outdoor food market Smorgasburg expands to D.C.’s Navy Yard, where it will open weekly on Saturdays this summer. If you want a slice of Timber Pizza AND a Milk Cult ice cream sandwich AND Lei Musubi’s Japanese-Hawaiian rice balls, you can feast on them all in one place. Tingey Plaza, 200 Tingey St. SE; Saturdays, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., free admission.

By Express’ Rudi Greenberg and Stephanie Williams and The Washington Post.


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

Sound

U Street Music Hall: Shlohmo, 10 p.m.

THURSDAY

U Street Music Hall: Moon Hooch,

FRIDAY

6:30 p.m.

Blues Alley: Azar Lawrence, 8 & 10 p.m., through June 16.

Union Stage: Carbon Leaf, 8 p.m., through June 15.

City Winery: Anna Nalick, 8 p.m.

SATURDAY

DC9: Mystic Braves, 7:30 p.m.

9:30 Club: Priests, 10 p.m.

8 p.m.

Gypsy Sally’s: Star Kitchen, 7 p.m.

Black Cat: Jonny Grave, 8 p.m.

Blues Alley: Bob Baldwin, 8 & 10 p.m.

Jammin’ Java: Deanna Bogart, 8 p.m.

DC9: Jeff Draco, 7 p.m.

City Winery: Etienne Charles, 8 p.m.; Selwyn Birchwood, 8 p.m.

Pearl Street Warehouse: Dylan

Gypsy Sally’s: Rock and Roll Playhouse

LeBlanc, 8 p.m.

Plays the Music of the Grateful Dead for Kids, 3 p.m.; Better Off Dead, 9 p.m.

9:30 Club: The Lemonheads, 7 p.m. Amp by Strathmore: Darrell Scott,

Rock and Roll Hotel: Saint Attic, GRAHAM MACINDOE

DC9: Will Varley, 8 p.m. Gypsy Sally’s: Cold Weather Company, The End of America, 8 p.m.

Pearl Street Warehouse: Christian Lopez, 8 p.m.

Songbyrd Music House: Spirit Adrift, 8 p.m.

The Hamilton: Eilen Jewell, 7:30 p.m.

The National: For new album “I Am Easy to Find,” The National tried something different: Nearly every song features guest female vocalists, some sharing lead with singer Matt Berninger. Alicia Vikander also stars in a short film that accompanies the record. On Wednesday, the band shares The Anthem’s stage with Courtney Barnett.

8 p.m.

State Theatre: Paul Gilbert, 9 p.m. Songbyrd Music House: Little Bird, 8 pm.

The Birchmere: The New Birth, 7:30 p.m.

Jammin’ Java: The Nighthawks, McKinley James, 7 p.m. Pearl Street Warehouse: GhostNote, 8 p.m.

Dangerously Delicious Pies — Pie Shop: Stranger in the Alps, 8 p.m.

The Hamilton: Melodime, 8 p.m.

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Exhibition Now Open Commemorating The Centennial of Women’s Suffrage

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The Anthem 901 Wharf St. SW, Washington, D.C. JUST ANNOUNCED! D NIGHT ADDED! FIRST NIGHT SOLD OUT! SECON

THIS WEEK’S SHOWS

MADISON HOUSE PRESENTS

The Lemonheads w/ Tommy Stinson & The Restless Age .................. Th JUN 13 Who’s Bad: The World’s #1 Michael Jackson Tribute Band Early Show! 6pm Doors ........................................................................................ Sa 15

Priests w/ Mock Identity

Late Show! 10pm Doors .............................................. Sa 15

w/ Feist ............................................ FRI OCTOBER 18

SLEATER-KINNEY

.......................................FRI OCTOBER 25

On Sale Friday, June 14 at 10am

JUNE

JULY (cont.)

White Ford Bronco:

Story District’s Out/Spoken This is a seated show..........................Sa 6

DC’s All ‘90s Band.....................F 21

Nick Murphy (fka Chet Faker)

Can’t Feel My Face:

w/ Beacon ....................................W 10

2010s Dance Party with DJs Wiley Jay and Ozker, Visuals by Kylos ......................Sa 22

Randy Rogers Band .............Th 11 Yeasayer w/ Steady Holiday ......F 12 BENT: Back with a Bang

JULY

featuring Lemz, WESSTHEDJ, DJ Rosie, Dvonne, DDM, Zam Quartz, Ricky Rosé, Strap Haus • Hosted by Pussy Noir • Visuals by Ben Carver • HellBENT (in Backbar) featuring Jacq Jill and more! ......Sa 13

Chicken & Mumbo Sauce featuring DJs Breemz, Hav Mercy, Dylan The Gypsy, All Homage, Mista Selecta • Live Music by CCB • Hosted by Walk Like Walt..........F 5

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THIS FRI & SAT!

DC JAZZFEST AT THE WHARF PRESENTED BY EVENTS DC FEATURING

Snarky Puppy w/ José James ............................. JUN 14

Bryan Ferry Playing Songs from Avalon Plus Solo & Roxy Hits w/ Femme Schmidt ........................AUG 13

Jon Batiste & Stay Human The Raconteurs ..............AUG 17 w/ Brass-A-Holics .......................... JUN 15

Rob Thomas (of Matchbox Twenty) w/ Abby Anderson ............................ JUL 12

DC101 AND CORONA PRESENT

Of Monsters and Men. SEPT 4 Jenny Lewis w/ The Watson Twins ....................... SEPT 5

Elvis Costello Phantogram w/ Bob Moses . SEPT 6 & The Imposters and Blondie ......................... JUL 26 BABYMETAL w/ Avatar ...... SEPT 8 Peter Frampton Ben Folds & FINALE: The Farewell Tour Violent Femmes w/ Jason Bonham’s w/ Savannah Conley ........................ JUL 30

Led Zeppelin Evening ............... SEPT 11

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I.M.P. AND U STREET MUSIC HALL PRESENT

RÜFÜS DU SOL w/ Monolink......................................AUG 8

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

Puddles Pity Party w/ Dina Martina ............................................OCTOBER 31 u up? Live..............................................................................................NOVEMBER 4 Kishi Bashi ............................................................................. FRI NOVEMBER 8 On Sale Friday, June 14 at 10am

Criminal Podcast

STORY DISTRICT’S

Breaking Bread: True Stories by

- Live Show .................................... SEP 11

Celebrity Chefs & Industry Insiders . JUL 27 Tinariwen w/ Lonnie Holley ........ SEP 19 Corinne Bailey Rae w/ Ruth B. JUL 30 AN EVENING WITH

Dawes............................................AUG 6 Joey Coco Diaz ..........................AUG 9 • thelincolndc.com •

AN EVENING WITH

The Waterboys ..................... SEP 22 Adam Ant: Friend or Foe .... SEP 23 Cat Power w/ Arsun ................... SEP 25 Angel Olsen w/ Vagabon ............NOV 1

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

Judah & the Lion ......... SEPT 12 Shakey Graves & Dr. Dog.............................. SEPT 13

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

Merriweather Post Pavilion • Columbia, MD THIS FRIDAY!

BRANDI CARLILE w/ Lucius ..................................................... JUNE 14

THIS WEDNESDAY!

WILLIE NELSON & FAMILY AND ALISON KRAUSS w/ Lukas

Nelson (A Star is Born) ............................................................... JUNE 19

Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit & Father John Misty w/ Jade Bird ............................................................................................................ JUNE 21 JUNE 22 SOLD OUT!

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The Fillmore: Nav, 8 p.m.

Rock and Roll Hotel: Craig Finn & the

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Uptown Controllers, 8 p.m.

9:30 Club: Kishi Bashi, 7 p.m.

State Theatre: The Legwarmers, 9:30

Black Cat: San Cisco, 7:30 p.m.

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The Anthem: Jon Batiste & Stay Human, 8 p.m.

The Birchmere: Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes, 7:30 p.m.

The Hamilton: Morgan James, 7:30 p.m.

Wolf Trap, Filene Center: Johnny Mathis, 8 p.m.

SUNDAY Alice’s Jazz and Cultural Society: Muneer Nasser Quintet, 6 p.m.

City Winery: Hazel Mitchell-Bell, 6 p.m. DC9: One Way Out, 7 p.m. Dangerously Delicious Pies — Pie Shop: Emperor Plum, 8 p.m.

City Winery: Christian Fresno, 8 p.m.; Al Di Meola, 8 p.m.

DC9: Milo in the Doldrums, 8 p.m. Gypsy Sally’s: Gordon Sterling presents: The Gypsy Sally’s Jam, 7 p.m.

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The Anthem: The Lonely Island, 8 p.m. The Hamilton: Will Hoge & the Band of

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Heathens, 7:30 p.m.

U Street Music Hall: Kikagaku Moyo, 7 p.m.

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Smithsonian American Art Museum: “Tiffany Chung: Vietnam, Past Is Prologue“ is an exhibition of 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; it includes video interviews with former Vietnamese refugees living in Southern California, Northern Virginia and Houston. See it through Sept. 2.

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and Resilience in Montgomery County’s Potomac River Valley”: An exhibition that features the black history of western Washington and Montgomery County, celebrating communities that fought against racial discrimination, through Aug. 11; “Passages: Keith Morrison, 1999-2019”: Some 30 paintings and watercolors by the Jamaican-born artist known for AfroCaribbean and Meso-American styles of art and architecture are displayed, through Aug. 11; “Being Here as Me: New Media Exhibition of Women Artists From Taiwan“: An exhibition of works by six women artists that focus on female subjectivity, through Aug. 11; “Crossing Boundaries and Breaking Borders: DMV Printmaking”: Redefined works in printmaking by artists who use the medium to cross the artificial boundaries of the Washington region, through Aug. 11. 4400 Massachusetts Ave. NW. CONTINUED ON PAGE 33


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American Visionary Art Museum: “Reverend Albert Lee Wagner: Miracle at Midnight”: An exhibition of over 50 works by the artist, whose life changed when he had a spiritual epiphany after seeing a pool of spilled paint, through Dec. 31; “Esther and the Dream of One Loving Human Family”: An exhibition that features the story of Esther Krinitz’s survival of the Holocaust, told through 36 works of embroidery, through March 3; “Parenting: An Art Without a Manual”: An exhibition of works by 36 artists that convey the experience of parenting and being parented, through Sept. 1. 800 Key Hwy., Baltimore.

Art Museum of the Americas: “Carlos Páez Vilaró: Roots of Peace”: An exhibition of art objects, archival materials and historic information about the “Roots of Peace,” the longest mural in Washington. It was painted in 1960, restored in 2001-2002 and again in 2019. The Uruguayan abstract artist is known for his sculptures, paintings, murals, compositions and architecture, through Sept. 8. 201 18th St. NW.

Arthur M. Sackler Gallery: “Encountering the Buddha: Art and

Practice Across Asia”: An exhibition of Buddhist art from India, China, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Cambodia, Thailand, Indonesia and Japan, through Nov. 29; 1050 Independence Ave. SW.

Baltimore Museum of Art: “Expressions of Nature: Early 20th-Century Landscapes”: An exhibition of 18 works by artists including Gustav Klimt, Paul Signac, Grace Turnbull and John Marin, through Sept. 22; “Subverting Beauty: African Anti-Aesthetics”: An exhibition that features approximately two dozen works from sub-Saharan Africa’s colonial period (c. 1880-1960) that violate conceptions of beauty and symmetry. Artists working during this unstable period turned against beauty in order to better express truths in daily life, through Nov. 17; “Spencer Finch: Moon Dust”: A sculptural exhibition of 150 light fixtures with 417 bulbs hung individually from the ceiling to make a scale model of the moon’s atomic makeup, including a representation of the chemical composition of moon dust, through Oct. 14; “Hitching their Dreams to Untamed Stars: Joyce J. Scott and Elizabeth Talford Scott”: An exhibition of

textile works that explores the mutual influence between Baltimore artist Joyce J. Scott and her artist mother, Elizabeth Talford Scott, who learned textile arts through generations of artisans and craftspeople in their family while facing racial and cultural adversity, through Dec. 1; “Oletha Devane: Traces of the Spirit”: An exhibition of works from the Baltimore artist’s “Spirit Sculpture” series — vessel-like structures covered in wood, fabric, sequins and beads, through Oct. 20. 10 Art Museum Drive, Baltimore.

Dumbarton Oaks Museum: “Written in Knots: Undeciphered Accounts of Andean Life”: An exhibition of Wari, Inka and colonial khipu — complex, knotted cords that vary in color, structure and wrapping patterns — that were used for recording information such as census and taxes, through Aug. 18. 1703 32nd St. NW.

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Philipe Cret, Henry Clay Folger and Emily Folger created a home for the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest Shakespeare collection, through Jan. 5. 201 East Capitol St. SE.

Freer Gallery of Art: â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Way of the Kamiâ&#x20AC;?: A text is exhibited that demonstrates the Japanese religious practice or Shinto, or â&#x20AC;&#x153;the Way of the Deities,â&#x20AC;? through Nov. 11; â&#x20AC;&#x153;Whistler in Watercolorâ&#x20AC;?: An exhibition of more than 50 examples of watercolors by the artist, including landscapes, nocturnes, figures and interiors, through Oct. 6. 1050 Independence Ave. SW.

George Washington Universityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Corcoran School of the Arts and Design: â&#x20AC;&#x153;6.13.89: The Cancelling of the 19 | Gay Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chorus of Washington

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Celebrating its 15th anniversary, the DC Jazz FestivalÂŽ organization provides enriching and entertaining jazz performances and programs throughout the city. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Nat King Cole Legacy,â&#x20AC;? celebrating the centennial of Coleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s birth, features singing piano players. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s festival runs June 7â&#x20AC;&#x201C;16. For more information, visit dcjazzfest.org

18 Tue. | Yogev Shetrit The jazz drummer, composer, and music teacher has performed throughout Israel and Europe.

19 Wed. | Gay Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chorus of Washington

13 Thu. | Vince Evans The pianist performs arrangements of both Nat King Cole tunes and other jazz repertoire.

14 Fri. | The King and Mic featuring Micah Smith Smith delivers timeless Nat King Cole classics reinvented for a tasteful, unforgettable experience.

15 Sat. | Alison Crockett Nat King Coleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s clean and `\]UV`aVPNaRQ`afYRT_RNaYfV[ÂźbR[PRQ Crockettâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s music. She uses her own arrangements and insights to present the music that made her learn how to truly swing.

16 Sun. | The Eric Byrd Trio and the U.S. State Department Jazz Ambassadors The groups have a swinging performance. To celebrate the centennial of Nat King Cole, pianist/ vocalist Byrd presents a program of originals and standards.

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GMCWâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Rock Creek Singers and Seasons of Love ensembles lift their voices for equality, singing a program of a cappella and accompanied songs in a variety styles.

20 Thu. | Alsarah and the Nubatones In partnership with UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, the Center and the National Geographic Society (NGS) commemorate World Refugee Day, honoring the millions of refugees and forcibly displaced people around the world and the communities that welcome them. 5:15â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6: Conversation with National Geographic Photo Camp refugee youth participants (see exhibit in Hall of Nations & States) and remarks from UNHCR and NGS. 6â&#x20AC;&#x201C;7: The acclaimed Brooklyn-based group performs their East African retro-pop. Part of The Human Journey.

21 Fri. | La Marvela: Pura Verbena The all-women D.C.-based band highlights the richness of Colombian Afro and Indigenous rhythms.

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23 Sun. | Sneaks Local punk rocker Sneaks aka Eva Moolchan takes up space among the patriarchy and joins the resistance forged by queer black feminists who create, explore, empower, conquer, and play bass.

24 Mon. | Los Cenzontles Like the multi voiced mockingbird, the quartet presents music and dance from various regions of Mexico. Presented in collaboration with the Library of Congress American Folklife Homegrown Series.

25 Tue. | Eurasia Festival Gala This concert presents the festivalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s emerging and young artists from around the globe in an eclectic fusion of classical, traditional, folk, jazz, and operatic musical traditions from Eurasian countries. Presented in collaboration with the Kyrgyz American Foundation.

26 Wed. | Astrid Kuljanic: Croatian Farewells The acclaimed vocalist takes you on an exploration of Croatian culture featuring jazz, world, and original music, as well as traditional song N[QQN[PROf5_cNa`XN?b NS\YXY\_R ensemble.

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Mapplethorpe Exhibitionâ&#x20AC;?: A look at the cancellation due to political pressure of the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Momentâ&#x20AC;? exhibition on June 13, 1989, at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, through Oct. 6. 500 17th St. NW.

Glenstone: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ellsworth Kellyâ&#x20AC;?: Works by the abstract artist are installed, including the large-scale painting â&#x20AC;&#x153;Spectrum IX, 2014â&#x20AC;?; â&#x20AC;&#x153;Kerry James Marshallâ&#x20AC;?: An installation of three works by the artist known for his large-scale, figurative paintings, often made with ivory, carbon and black paint. 12100 Glen Road, Potomac, Md.

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mark Bradford: Pickettâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chargeâ&#x20AC;?: A site-specific installation of eight abstract paintings â&#x20AC;&#x201D; each more than 45 feet long, and inspired by artist Paul Philippoteauxâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 19th-century cyclorama depicting the final charge of the Battle of Gettysburg, Pickettâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Charge â&#x20AC;&#x201D; encircles the museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s third level; â&#x20AC;&#x153;Enrico David: Gradations of Slow Releaseâ&#x20AC;?: Known for his demonstration of the human figure and its many states of being, the artist renders the body as tortured, fragile, grotesque, vulnerable and ecstatic. David uses a wide range of media, including sculpture, painting, installation and works on paper, through Sept. 2; â&#x20AC;&#x153;Rirkrit Tiravanija: Whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Afraid of Red, Yellow and Greenâ&#x20AC;?: An exhibition of works by the Thai artist, known for his interactive events such as gathering gallery-goers together for meals. The presentation at the Hirshhorn includes a daily installation in which visitors will be served curry among drawings derived from protest imagery, through July 24; â&#x20AC;&#x153;Manifesto: Art x Agencyâ&#x20AC;?: Artist manifestos from the 20th century to the present are exhibited, including a film by German artist Julian Rosefeldt and more than 400 works from the museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s permanent collection that together show how manifestos were employed to tie the principles of artistic groups to political and social issues, and how they

aided artistic movements in shaping history, through Jan. 5. Seventh Street and Independence Avenue SW.

Library of Congress: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Art in Action: Herblock and Fellow Artists Respond to Their Timesâ&#x20AC;?: An exhibition of drawings by Washington Post editorial cartoonist Herblock paired with artistsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; prints, drawings and posters that comment on news from the 17th century to the present, through Aug. 17; â&#x20AC;&#x153;Shall Not Be Denied: Women Fight for the Voteâ&#x20AC;?: A look at womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s suffrage â&#x20AC;&#x201D; the longest reform movement in American history â&#x20AC;&#x201D; through images, documents, audio and video recordings, through Sept. 30. 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 worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest private collection of Torah scrolls, medieval manuscripts and Bibles belonging to celebrities; â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Wiedmann Bible Exhibitâ&#x20AC;?: A Bible fashioned by German artist Willy Wiedmann in the polycon style, influenced by music and avantgarde movements, including cubism, dadaism, abstract expressionism and surrealism, through Sept. 8; â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Slave Bible: Let the Story Be Toldâ&#x20AC;?: A look at the Bible used by British missionaries to teach enslaved Africans to read while introducing them to Christianity. Portions of the text that might inspire unrest or hope for liberation were omitted, through Sept. 1. 400 Fourth St. SW. National Building Museum: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hoopsâ&#x20AC;?: 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; â&#x20AC;&#x153;Secret Cities: The Architecture and Planning of the Manhattan Projectâ&#x20AC;?: An exhibition that examines the innovative design and construction of cities created for the Manhattan Project â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Oak Ridge, Tenn.; Hanford, Wash.; and Los Alamos, N.M. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; examining daily life within, and showing that social stratification and segregation were evident, through July 28. 401 F St. NW.

National Gallery of Art: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tintoretto: Artist of Renaissance Veniceâ&#x20AC;?: An exhibition of some 50 paintings and works on paper by the Venetian master, spanning his entire career, in celebration of the 500th anniversary of his birth. As the first retrospective of the artist in North America, the exhibition includes several works appearing in the United States for the first time, including portraits of Venetian aristocracy as well as mythological and religious scenes, through July 7; â&#x20AC;&#x153;Oliver Lee Jackson: CONTINUED ON PAGE 38


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June 6 through 29. 8pm shows Thurs to Sat. 6pm Sun.

Inspired by the DC Sniper attacks, Forest TreĂĄs examines the unforeseen effects of the Information Age on a community in violent crisis. Runtime is 90 minutes. No intermission.

Grease

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PERFORMANCES Join the Marine Band for its Summer Concert Series! Selections include: Sousaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Volunteers;â&#x20AC;? Dvorakâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Five Dances from Slavonic Dances; Gomesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Overture to Il Guarany; Alexanderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Colossus of Columbia;â&#x20AC;? Cole Porter Songbook; and von Weberâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Clarinet Concerto No. 2 in E-flat.

Thursday, June 13 at 8 p.m.

Marine Band

U.S. Capitol, West Terrace Washington, D.C. Call 202-433-4011 after 6 p.m. for weather related cancellations. www.marineband.marines.mil

MUSIC - CONCERTS U.S. Navy Band Sea Chanters chorus

Summer Concert Series

Saturday, June 15 and June 29, 7 p.m.

The U.S. Navyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s official chorus, the Sea Chanters, presents two programs at the Workhouse Arts Center. Enjoy pop, Broadway, and patrotic favorites on June 15, and kick off Independence Day festivities early on June 29! Bring the whole family!

Fri, June 21, 7:30 p.m. Sat, June 22, 7 p.m.

Join Max Impact at the Air Force Memorial as part of our 2019 Summer Concert Series. Please note that all summer concerts are subject to cancellation due to inclement weather. Check our Facebook and Twitter feed or call 703-829-5483 for up-to-the-minute concert status.

Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30pm

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

Workhouse Arts Center 9518 Workhouse Road Lorton, Va. 202-433-3366 www.navyband.navy.mil

June 21: Air Force Memorial June 22: National Harbor

COMEDY Make America Grin Again

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

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Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens: “Mid-Century Master: The Photography of Alfred Eisenstaedt” is an exhibition of over 50 photographs by Eisenstaedt, who photographed Marjorie Merriweather Post in an 18-page spread for the Nov. 5, 1965, issue of LIFE magazine. The installation runs through Jan. 12. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 34

Recent Paintings”: An exhibition of 25 paintings by the artist, created over the last 15 years, that demonstrate the influence of his study of American jazz and African cultures, the Renaissance and modernism, through Sept. 15; “The American Pre-Raphaelites: Radical Realists”: An exhibition of more than 90 works by American artists who were influenced by Victorian-era art critic John Ruskin, known for his rejection of traditional academic art and call for art that showed a reverence for the scientific and spiritual qualities of the natural world, through July 21. Sixth Street and Constitution Avenue NW.

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National Gallery of Art, East Building: “The Life of Animals in Japanese Art”: An exhibition of over 300 works, including ceramics,

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National Geographic Museum: “Queens of Egypt”: 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. 15. 1145 17th St. NW.

National Museum of African American History and Culture: Ongoing exhibitions: Focusing on diverse historical subjects including the trans-Atlantic slave trade, the civil rights movement, the history of African American music and other cultural expressions, visual arts, theater, sports

and military history; “Watching Oprah: The Oprah Winfrey Show and American Culture”: An exhibition about the talk show host, actor and film producer who founded her own media company, through June 30; “Ella’s Books: Volumes from the Library of Ella Fitzgerald”: Books from the singer’s personal library are displayed, through Dec. 31. 14th Street and Constitution Avenue NW.

National Museum of African Art: “Striking Iron: The Art of African Blacksmiths”: An exhibition of over 225 blacksmith works from the African continent, mostly from the south Sahara, through Oct. 20. 950 Independence Ave. SW.

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Migrants and the Building of the Transcontinental Railroad”: Large, graphic maps adorn a floor where visitors can trace the route of the transcontinental railroad to mark the 150th anniversary of its completion. The exhibition also focuses on the Chinese migrant workers who built the western portion of the railroad across the Sierra Nevada Mountains, through May 1. 14th Street and Constitution Avenue NW.

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the Arts: “Ursula von Rydingsvard: The Contour of Feeling”: An exhibition of sculptures by the German-born artist, known for her works of imposing scale, made of natural materials, including wood, silk, leather and hair, through July 28; “More Is More: Multiples”: Artists offer cultural and social commentary through works known as multiples — series of identical artworks — in various mediums, including ceramics, textiles, toys and clothing, through Sept. 22. 1250 New York Ave. NW.

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; “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, Thanksgiving, the Tomahawk missile, stories of Pocahontas and the Battle of Little Bighorn, through Sept. 30; “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 Sept. 21; “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 Dec. 1; “Treaty Rotation: Cherokee Treaty at New Echota, 1835”: An exhibition of the original document of the Treaty of New Echota with the Cherokee Nation, in which all Cherokee lands in the East were exchanged for lands west of the Mississippi, through Oct. 30; “Section 14: The Other Palm Springs, California”: An exhibition concerning a land battle from the 1940s to 1960s, over a square-mile tract in downtown Palm Springs, Calif., that forms the center of the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation, through Jan. 31. Fourth Street and Independence Avenue SW.

National Portrait Gallery: “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; “In Mid-Sentence”: An exhibition of photographs from the gallery’s collection that shows moments

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National Museum of African Art: “Good as Gold: Fashioning Senegalese Women” is an exhibition of gold jewelry — a 2012 gift from art historian Marian Ashby Johnson. The installation looks at the production and circulation of gold in Senegal. See it through Sept. 29. of communication, including public speeches, jokes, intimate conversations, lectures and political confrontations, through March 8; “Women of Progress: Early Camera Portraits”: An exhibition of ambrotypes and daguerreotypes from the 1840s and 1850s featuring portraits of iconic feminists Lucy Stone and Margaret Fuller, author Harriet Beecher Stowe and abolitionist Lucretia Mott, through May 31. Eighth and F streets 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; “John Lennon: The Green Album,“ through July 7. 2 Massachusetts Ave. NE.

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 credited with launching the LGBTQ civil rights movement in the United States, through CONTINUED ON PAGE 44


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Dec. 31. 555 Pennsylvania Ave. NW.

Smithsonian American Art Museum: “Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War, 1965-1975”: An exhibition 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; “American Myth & Memory: David Levinthal Photographs“: An exhibition of works by the photographer that include iconic and mythic imagery such as baseball players, toy cowboys and Barbie dolls, that influenced postwar American society, through Oct. 14. Eighth and F streets NW.

— Deep Time”: The new 31,000-squarefoot fossil hall opens with 700 fossil specimens including early reptiles, mammals and insects, an Alaskan palm tree, a woolly mammoth, a diplodocus and a tyrannosaurus rex. 10th Street and Constitution Avenue NW.

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History: “Objects of Wonder”: The exhibition includes Martha, the last known passenger pigeon; the Pinniped

Smithsonian Museum of Natural History: “David H. Koch Hall of Fossils

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% of the world’s population at that time. 10th Street and Constitution

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Red Joan (R) CC;DVS;HA;HoH: 1:30-4:15-7:00 All Is True (PG-13) CC;DVS;HA;HoH: 2:00-4:40-7:30 Shadow (NR) HA;HoH;Subtitled: 1:45-4:30-7:15

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Amazing Grace (G) CC;HA;HoH: 2:25-4:55 Meeting Gorbachev HA;HoH;Partially Subtitled: 2:15-4:45-7:15-9:15 Walking on Water (NR) HA;HoH: 2:00 Halston HA;HoH: 2:10-4:40-7:10-9:40 The Dead Don't Die (R) CC;DVS;HA;HoH: 7:15-9:45 The Biggest Little Farm (PG) CC;DVS;HA;HoH: 2:20 Echo In the Canyon (PG-13) CC;HA;HoH: 2:30-4:15-5:00-7:30-9:45 The Last Black Man in San Francisco (R) CC;DVS;HA;HoH: 7:00-9:30 The Souvenir (R) CC;DVS;HA;HoH: 1:50-4:20-7:00-9:25 Non-Fiction (Doubles vies) (R) HA;HoH;Subtitled: 2:05-4:35

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes: 1:00-4:10-7:20-10:30 The Secret Life of Pets 2 (PG) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes: 12:00-1:00-2:30-5:00-7:308:00-10:00

The Kreeger Museum: “Charles Hinman: Structures, 1965-2014”: An exhibition of works including prints, textiles and drawings by the abstract painter known for using threedimensional, shaped canvases, through July 31. 2401 Foxhall Road NW.

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The Dead Don't Die (R) CC;DVS;HA;HoH: 7:20-10:00 Amazing Grace (G) CC;HA;HoH: 2:00-4:40 Red Joan (R) CC;DVS;HA;HoH: 2:00

All Is True (PG-13) CC;DVS;HA;HoH: 2:25-4:55-7:30-9:50 The Fall of the American Empire (La chute de l'empire américain) (R) CC;DVS;HA;HoH;Partially Subtitled: 2:05-4:25-7:05-9:50 Non-Fiction (Doubles vies) (R) HA;HoH;Subtitled: 2:10-4:40-9:45 The Tomorrow Man (PG-13) CC;DVS;HA;HoH: 5:00 Rocketman (R) CC;DVS;HA;HoH: 1:50-2:20-4:05-4:45-6:40-7:10-9:25-9:55 Late Night (R) CC;DVS;HA;HoH: 7:20-9:55 The Souvenir (R) CC;DVS;HA;HoH: 1:55-4:30-7:00-9:40

The Secret Life of Pets 2 (PG) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes: 1:30-4:00-6:30 Dark Phoenix (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes: 12:40-3:35-9:15 Shaft (R) 2D;CC;DV: 6:00-9:00 Men In Black: International (PG-13) 2D;CC;DV;No Passes: 4:00-7:00-10:00 The Secret Life of Pets 2 3D (PG) 3D;CC;DV;No Passes: 9:00 Late Night (R) 2D;CC;DV: 7:00-9:45 Dark Phoenix 3D (PG-13) 3D;CC;DV;No Passes: 6:20

The Biggest Little Farm (PG) AMC Independent;CC;DV: 11:30-2:00-4:30 BrightBurn (R) CC;DV: 4:30-7:00 All Is True (PG-13) AMC Independent;CC;DV: 11:55-2:30-5:00 The Secret Life of Pets 2 3D (PG) CC;DV;RealD 3D: 2:30-4:30-7:00 Avengers: Endgame (PG-13) CC;DV: 11:00-3:00-7:00 The Tomorrow Man (PG-13) AMC Independent;CC;DV: 11:30-2:00-4:30-9:30 Ma (R) CC;DV: 11:30-1:15-2:00-4:00-4:30-6:45-9:30 Late Night (R) AMC Independent;CC;DV: 7:00-9:45 Aladdin in RealD 3D (PG) CC;DV;RealD 3D: 2:45-9:00 Men In Black: International - The IMAX 2D Experience (PG-13) CC;DV: 4:00-7:0010:00 Heavy Water Alternative Content: 7:00 Dark Phoenix 3D (PG-13) CC;DV;RealD 3D: 12:45-3:15-6:15 Dark Phoenix: The IMAX 2D Experience (PG-13) CC;DV: 1:15 5B (PG-13) CC: 7:00-9:30 Men In Black: International 3D (PG-13) CC;DV;RealD 3D: 5:00 Dark Phoenix (PG-13) CC;DV: 11:00-2:00-5:00-8:00-9:15 Shaft (R) CC;DV: 7:00-10:00

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Arthur M. Sackler: “Shaping Clay in Ancient Iran” is 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. See the exhibition through Sept. 1.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: “The Holocaust”: A chronological narrative of the Holocaust through photographs, films and historical artifacts; “Americans and the Holocaust”: An exhibition that shows how isolationism, the Depression, racism, anti-Semitism and xenophobia in America influenced opinion and response to Nazism and the Holocaust, through April 10; “One Thousand and Seventy-Eight Blue Skies”: An exhibition of images of the sky above every known Nazi concentration camp across Europe, taken by photographer Anton Kusters between 2012 and 2017. Each photograph is stamped with the camp’s GPS coordinates and the number of the camp’s victims, through April 25. 100 Raoul Wallenberg Place SW.

Woodrow Wilson House: “Migrations: New Works by Helen Zughaib”: To mark the centennial of the Paris Peace Conference, which created new borders in the Middle East, this mixed-media installation looks at the consequences of the agreement from the perspective of the current conflict in Syria and the resulting mass migration, through July 28. 2340 S St. NW.

Stage ‘A Doll’s House, Part 2’: Fifteen years after Nora Helmer left her husband, she returns home searching for closure in this production by Lucas Hnath. Round House Theatre, 4545 East-West Highway, Bethesda, through June 30.

‘Beauty and the Beast’: Based on the Disney film, the fairy tale tells the story of Belle, a young woman from a French village, whose attempt to rescue her father from a mysterious castle leads her to meet the Beast. Creative Cauldron, 410 S. Maple Ave., Falls Church, through June 23.

‘Blackbeard’: The infamous pirate, wanted by the British army, embarks on global adventure with his swashbuckling crew to search for an undead army of the sea. Signature Theatre, 4200 Campbell Ave., Arlington, through July 14.

‘Byhalia, Mississippi’: Playwright Evan Linder explores race and betrayal in this story about a broke young couple and their biracial newborn child. The Kennedy Center, 2700 F St. NW, through July 7. ‘Describe the Night’: In 1920, Russian-Jewish writer Isaac Babel starts a diary while wandering the countryside with the Red Cavalry in this drama by Pulitzer Prize-finalist Rajiv Joseph. Woolly Mammoth Theatre, 641

D St. NW, through June 23.

‘Every Brilliant Thing’: A mother’s suicide attempt inspires a boy to write a list of things to live for. Soon, the list takes on a life of its own. Studio Theatre, 1501 14th St. NW, through July 7.

‘Falsettos’: William Finn and James Lapine’s Tony Award-winning musical revolves around the life of a gay man named Marvin and his small family, their psychiatrist and lesbian neighbors. Starring Nick Adams and Eden Espinosa. The Kennedy Center, 2700 F St. NW, through June 23.

National Symphony Orchestra Pops

50 Years Over the Rainbow: A Judy Garland Celebration

‘Forest Treás‘: After a gunman preys on the inhabitants of a D.C. suburb, authorities struggle to regain control, and community members become digital vigilantes. Based on the D.C. sniper attacks in 2002. Pointless Theatre Co., Dance Loft on 14, 4618 14th St. NW, through June 29.

‘Hello, Dolly!’: Tony Award-winning

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Capathia Jenkins

Steven Reineke, conductor

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actress Betty Buckley stars in the hit American musical directed by Jerry Zaks. The Kennedy Center, 2700 F St. NW, through July 7.

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‘Betty Buckley in Hello, Dolly!’: Betty Buckley stars in Jerry Herman’s Tony Award-winning musical about Dolly Gallagher Levi, a matchmaker who travels from Yonkers to New York to find a wife for a wealthy merchant. The Kennedy Center, 2700 F St. NW, through July 7. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 45

‘Richard III‘: The historical drama about the rise and brief reign of a ruthless monarch is part of the Wordless Shakespeare Series. Synetic Theater, 1800 S. Bell St., Arlington, through June 16.

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‘Spunk’: Three short stories by Zora Neale Hurston set in the early 20th century become a soulful musical fable. Signature Theatre, 4200 Campbell Ave., Arlington, through June 23.

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The changing city upon a hill ‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco’ soulfully muses on gentrification

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FILM “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” began as a pipe dream of a movie pitch, from a high school dropout filmmaker and a star with little experience beyond the student theater stage. “It felt almost insurmountable,” director Joe Talbot says, “the odds of us being able to make this movie.” The project began to gain steam in 2015, when Talbot and actor Jimmie Fails, whose life story inspired the movie, launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the film. But the childhood friends first discussed the concept over a decade ago, when they were teenagers strolling through the hills of San Francisco. “Just walking and talking — that’s how we come up with everything,” Fails says. “It was a joke at first, literally. I was just telling him about my life story, and he was like, ‘Wow, let’s make a movie about that!’ ” Eventually, Oscar darling A24 signed on to distribute the film, Brad Pitt joined as a producer, and Talbot won the best director prize at the Sundance Film Festival in January. Now the film is opening in D.C. on Friday as part of an expanding national rollout. Told with grandeur, soulful style and an understated comic sensibility, the film follows a fictionalized version of Fails (played by himself) as he, with the help of his loyal friend Montgomery (Jonathan Majors), tries to reclaim a Victorian home built

Jimmie Fails, left, and Jonathan Majors play loyal friends in “The Last Black Man in San Francisco.”

by his grandfather. In doing so, the character hopes to find his place in a city consumed by the sprawl of Silicon Valley. Fails, in real life, spent the early days of his childhood at a similar home in the city’s Fillmore District, living there with his extended family before his aunt lost ownership of the house when he was 4. The upheaval scattered his family to housing projects across the city, though he would return to the old home from time to time and reflect on a transformed neighborhood with a dwindling black population. In addition to starring in the film, Fails shares a story credit with Talbot, who co-wrote the script with Rob Richert. “Jimmie is the best storyteller that I’ve ever met,” Talbot says. “It wasn’t even just the things he had been through in his life, but it was also just the way he was able to contextualize it and tell

“You have this story being told through the eyes of a black man, but everybody is able to understand it.” TICHINA ARNOLD, on her movie “The Last Black Man in San Francisco”

it as a compelling story.” To veteran actors such as Rob Morgan, who plays Fails’ father, James Sr., and Tichina Arnold, who plays his aunt Wanda, a movie from a first-time filmmaker with an unknown lead actor represented a roll of the dice. But the script’s poignant meditation on gentrification struck a chord for the pair, as did a story that tapped into more universal themes of friendship, family and self-acceptance.

“It’s not often that scripts come across our desks that are written so poetic and so honest from our perspective, as a black man and a black woman in Hollywood,” Morgan says. “Even if it’s a wellaccomplished writer-director that has 15 films under their belt.” “You have this story being told through the eyes of a black man, but everybody is able to understand it,” Arnold adds. The film ultimately is a bittersweet love letter to a bygone time and place, scrawled by two San Francisco natives who have a complicated relationship with their hometown, and an understanding that deep affection can be the precursor to heartbreak. “There’s so many different things that you can pick up on — it’s really just about whatever you can relate to the most, I suppose,” Fails says. “It all starts leading the way with, you know, just leading with love.” THOMAS FLOYD (EXPRESS)

FILM

The percentage of animated films directed by women in the past 12 years, according to a study by the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative and the nonprofit advocacy group Women in Animation. On screen, only 20 of the 120 highest-grossing animated features over that time period had a female main character. (AP)

Netflix renews “Russian Doll” for Season 2

Hollywood Reporter: Spice Girls to lend voices to animated movie

BOOK REVIEW For anyone whose opinion of Florida and its residents largely depends on social media and those mean-spirited “Florida Man” headlines, Kristen Arnett’s “Mostly Dead Things” may come as a disappointment. The central characters in this sad and funny book, which came out last week, are recognizable not as felonious stereotypes but as flesh-and-blood human beings. That their business involves copious amounts of flesh and blood is only as weird as a reader wants it to be. Set in Central Florida, “Mostly Dead Things” is narrated by Jessa-Lynn Morton, who assumed operations of the family taxidermy shop after her father shot himself. Six months later, she is trying to rescue her business and family, which includes a brother, Milo, whose ambition extends no further than his next beer, and a mother, Libby, who creates pornographic art from the inventory of animal parts. Most of all, Arnett skillfully and humanely captures the agony and confusion of living through a loved one’s suicide. Jessa-Lynn oscillates between honoring her father’s memory and railing against it, between trying to fill the emptiness created by his final act and being swallowed by it. Peace and acceptance are fleeting and anger and depression are relentless in Arnett’s smart, empathetic novel. JAKE CLINE (FOR THE WASHINGTON POST)

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trending “While Tom Hanks talks spades, bid whist & Oakland, Tim Allen basically goes the route of ‘The only thing I like black is my coffee.’ ” @WKAMAUBELL, criticizing actor Tim Allen, bottom, for his apparent lack of interest during an interview with blogger Xilla Valentine. When Valentine tests Allen and “Toy Story 4” co-star Tom Hanks’ knowledge of spades and bid whist — card games that are popular in black communities — Allen seems to shut down, asking, “Should I get a cup of coffee?” That didn’t sit well with viewers who were reminded of a 2013 interview he did with The Tampa Bay Times, in which Allen said he should be allowed to use the N-word whenever he likes.

“I almost got a Baby Phat tattoo that’s how much I wore and loved the brand. It was OUR Louis Vuitton.” news that model Kimora Lee Simmons’ iconic early 2000s brand is returning as a Forever 21 collaboration. Many fans were elated by the announcement — and possible resurgence of the brand’s velour tracksuits and bedazzled cat logo — but some wondered what Forever 21’s fast-fashion influence would mean for Baby Phat’s quality.

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“If the media doesn’t ask Trump about liking that Rihanna tweet they should turn in their press badges.” @ERICDEMAMP, joking about the president liking a tweet from writer Heben Nigatu that praised the singer for speaking on the importance of a work-life balance. Twitter users have taken the like as a sign that Trump, who has liked just eight tweets, is a Rihanna fan.


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GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You have a plan in the making, but you’re not at liberty to share any part of it yet — no matter how much other people ask. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Inquiring minds may be your greatest roadblock today; if you can get past those who simply want to know too much, you can progress quickly. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) A long-term conflict may be coming to an end, and this gives you room to breathe a bit — and to maneuver more freely as well. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You needn’t state your case today in any terms but those you most understand; what’s important is that you believe what you are saying. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) You may be in line for a promotion or other work-related reward today, but don’t put all your eggs into this one basket.

WEDNESDAY’S SOLUTION

WEDNESDAY’S SOLUTION

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You and a friend may be at odds today over something that is really quite trivial. This is an exercise in futility. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) You may have to sift through information very carefully today to make sure that what you have is updated and usable in current efforts. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

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.

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POOCH CAFE | PAUL GILLIGAN

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TODAY: The rain should exit during the morning even as clouds linger. But with brightening afternoon skies, we should get to the mid70s to near 80 with light winds from the southwest. We could then see a few showers or strong thunderstorms midafternoon into early evening as a cold front comes through.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) You may find yourself dealing with the unexpected again and again throughout a day that sends you off in several directions at once. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) It’s the little things that can get you down today. Focus on the big picture and you’ll know just where you fit in.

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

PEARLS BEFORE SWINE | STEPHAN PASTIS

AVG. HIGH: 84 RECORD HIGH: 96 AVG. LOW: 65 RECORD LOW: 51 SUNRISE: 5:41 a.m. SUNSET: 8:34 p.m.

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DAILY CODE

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1942: A four-man Nazi sabotage team arrives on Long Island, N.Y., three days before a second four-man team landed in Florida. (All eight men were arrested after two members of the first group defected.)

1967: President Lyndon B. Johnson nominates Solicitor General Thurgood Marshall to become the first black justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.

1993: Canada’s Progressive Conservative Party chooses Defense Minister Kim Campbell to succeed Brian Mulroney as prime minister; she was the first woman to hold the post.

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Cory forgets he must win the primaries first Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker hinted that he could be a married man if he wins the 2020 election. Booker, who is dating actress Rosario Dawson, said Wednesday on RuPaul’s new daytime talk show: “You never know what might happen between now and [the swearingin].” (EXPRESS)

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This principal really loves the Teen Choice Awards West Virginia principal Kenny DeMoss, who is accused of plagiarizing Ashton Kutcher in an address to his school’s graduating class, was suspended without pay for five days on Tuesday. DeMoss apologized for heavily basing his May address on Kutcher’s 2013 Nickelodeon Teen Choice Awards speech. (AP)

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Katy Perry and Taylor Swift seem to have settled their longtime feud with a plate of cookies, Page Six reported. Perry posted a photo on Instagram on Tuesday of a plate of chocolate chip cookies — presumably sent by Swift — with the words “peace at last” written in frosting on the plate. The singer captioned it: “Feels good,” tagging Swift in the post. Swift responded by commenting with a string of hearts. Last May, Perry sent Swift an olive branch with a handwritten note, which was thought at the time to be the official end to their feud. (EXPRESS)

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Miley Cyrus apologized for comments she has made in the past about distancing herself from hip-hop, People reported. On Tuesday, Cyrus commented on a YouTube video called “Miley Cyrus Is My Problematic Fav... Sorry,” from As Told by Kenya, critiquing the pop star. Cyrus wrote: “There are decades of inequality that I am aware of, but still have a lot [to] learn about. ... I f---ed up and I sincerely apologize.” (EXPRESS)

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