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For an exhibit titled “The Salon of Little Deaths,” the Hamiltonian Gallery’s current production doesn’t show much sex. But in the works of Milana Braslavsky, there’s a not-too-subtle sexuality at play. Read more >>> The show is on view Tuesdays to Saturdays, noon to 6 p.m., to June 15 at Hamiltonian Gallery, 1353 U St. NW, Suite 101. Free. (202) 332-1116. hamiltoniangallery.com. (Louis Jacobson)


Del Campo, the new South American grill from chef Victor Albisu, launches lunch service today. Sandwich offerings include a chivito sandwich, lobster and sweet bread roll, and the Del Campo burger with grilled bacon, grilled avocado, onions, and smoked tomato. There are also a number of ceviche appetizers as well as salads like the grilled caesar with fried farm egg. Asado, or grilled and smoked meats, is offered in various forms—from short ribs to lamb shank to a 48-ounce dry-aged Tamawawk ribeye for two. Del Campo, 777 I St. NW. (202) 289-7377. delcampodc.com. (Jessica Sidman)


Want to know what’s going on in D.C.’s ‘zine scene? Head to the Capitol Skyline Hotel for the Washington Project for the Arts’ Hothouse Happy Hour, featuring representatives from Barrelhouse, The Intentional, Popular Demand, Worn magazine, and others. 6:30 p.m. at the Capitol Skyline Hotel, 10 I St. SW. Free.

Portland, Ore., garage-rock outfit The Woolen Men plays CD Cellar’s Arlington location tonight with Lame Drivers and locals Foul Swoops. 8 p.m. at 2607 Wilson Blvd., Arlington. Donations accepted.

Punk band The Flatliners perform at the Black Cat Backstage with The Holy Mess and Astpai. 8 p.m. at the Black Cat Backstage, 1811 14th St. NW. $12.

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