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The Hirshhorn celebrates Yoko Ono this summer by presenting four different pieces, including “Wish Tree for Washington, D.C.,” which celebrates its 10th anniversary. That work asks visitors to write down their hopes and dreams on individual tags, then tie them to a tree in the museum’s sculpture garden. They’re later moved to Ono’s “Imagine Peace Tower” in Iceland. On the quirkier side, “Sky TV for Washington, D.C.,” a live feed of the sky above the Hirshhorn, is reinstalled on the third floor. Read more >>> The exhibit is on view daily 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., to Sept. 17, at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Independence Avenue and 7th Street SW. Free. (202) 633-1000. hirshhorn.si.edu. (Caroline Jones)


Serious wine drinkers, this one’s for you. Ripple recently announced it would close on June 24. To thank its loyal customers, the bar and restaurant will offer wines by the bottle priced at $140 or more for half price through its last day. Try something rare for a lot less from the wine list dominated by French, American, Italian, and Spanish wines. Ripple, 3417 Connecticut Ave. NW. (202) 244-7995. rippledc.com. (Laura Hayes)


Musicians Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdalehost a live taping of their Sirius XM radio show at The Hamilton, featuring appearances by special guests Patty Griffin, Scott Miller, and D.C. magician of the year Eric Henning. 8 p.m. at 600 14th St. NW. $29.50–$100.

Irish arts organization Solas Nua presents a reading of Bubble Love, Gerald Murphy‘s play about a couple who tries to take back their home from their lazy brother-in-law, at Kelly’s Irish Times. 7 p.m. at 14 F St. NW. Free.

As part of DC Jazz Fest, Baltimore-based bassist Kristopher Funn performs at the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage. 6 p.m. at 2700 F St. NW. Free.

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