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Come to our free, all-ages concert (featuring lowercase letters and Art Sorority for Girls) at the American Art Museum tomorrow! [Arts Desk]
An intimate conversation with author Claire Vaye Watkins on the New York Times‘ “36 Questions that Lead to Love” and writing an abortion story [Arts Desk]
Soul singer Don Covay, who wrote “Chain of Fools” for Aretha Franklin, died last week. [Post]
D.C. label 1432 R will release monthly mixes from local electronic musicians. [Bandwidth]
Dunsinane‘s associate director, Luke Kernaghan, on the sequel to Macbeth [DCist]
Alvin Ailey dancers did the Wobble at the Kennedy Center’s opening night gala. [Post]