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Listen to local rock act More Humans‘ pared-down “Mt. Oblivion” and parse lyrics like “cafeteria of your depraved soul.” [Bandwidth]
An exhibit of Bill and Camille Cosby‘s collection of African-American artwork falls flat at the National Museum of African Art. [Post]
Samuel L. Jackson gives the world’s shortest Post interview, only slightly against his will. [Post]
FKA Twigs killed it at her sold-out 9:30 Club show. [Post]
The members of food incubator Union Kitchen will take turns serving food at the National Museum of Women in the Arts’ cafe. [Post]
Some music, dance, and comedy recommendations for the rest of November [Washingtonian]
Meet Dorea Schmidt, who plays Tzeitel in Arena Stage’s Fiddler on the Roof [DC Metro Theater Arts]