In Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox, editor Joanne Bamberger assembles essays by women from across the political spectrum as they reconcile their desire for a female president with the realities of the candidate that’s in front of them. If you’re still having an existential crisis over whether you stand with Her or just hover near Her, a panel of women immersed in political media will help you wade through the mess of think pieces about everything from the former first lady’s fashion choices to her email server. It’s the perfect opportunity to digest the media kerfuffle that surrounds Clinton while also waiting for someone in the crowd to scream “Benghazi” like it’s “Freebird.” Read more >>> Joanne Bamberger, Mary C. Curtis, and Emily Zanotti speak at 6:30 p.m. at Kramerbooks and Afterwords Cafe, 1517 Connecticut Ave. NW. Free. (202) 387-3825. (Allison Kowalski)


If you’ve ever wanted to try camel, now’s your chance. Today through March 11, all four locations of Rocklands Barbeque and Grilling Company are serving a special “grills gone wild” menu. Exotic offerings include an alligator brunswick stew, rabbit sausage, wild boar barbecue sliders, and camel burgers. Check out the complete menu hereRocklands Barbeque and Grilling Company, multiple locations, Sidman) 


Electronic pop group Bag Raiders plays an early show at U Street Music Hall with house music producer Plastic Plates. 7 p.m. at 1115 U St. NW. $20

Blanck Mass, a solo act from Fuck Buttons musician Benjamin John Power, takes the stage at DC9 with local noisepunk trio Br’er. 9 p.m. at 1940 9th St. NW. $15.

Vibraphone player Christian Tamburr performs with his quartet at the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage as part of its Jazz Ahead series. 6 p.m. at 2700 F St. NW. Free.

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