Like Every Weekend, You Can Hang With Ian and Bob


* Ian Svenonius of Nation of Ulysses and like 1000 other DC bands reads from his new book of essays, "The Psychic Soviet." Free at 7pm, 2318 18th St. NW [Crooked Beat]

* One-man post-rock outfit The Album Leaf makes his slow moving experimental sleep music at the Rock & Roll Hotel. [Rock and Roll Hotel]

* The end of the 48 Hour Film Festival. $9.50, 7pm and 9:30pm. [AFI]

* Party Bros debut at Selam, two DJs play music and everyone dances. Free, 10pm at 1524 U St NW [BYT]


* When a high-brow cartoonist gets rejected from the New Yorker, where does he turn? Matthew Diffee wants to tell you about it, and also to buy his book. Free, 3pm at Smithsonian Reynolds Center, 8th and F steets [Reynolds Center

* Singles Ride and Bike-In Movie hosted by the City Paper. This week: "Breaking Away." Free at 7pm, 2200 Champlain St. NW. [Marie Reed Recreation Center]

* Aw, the new intern has an art show, followed by Antelope and Aquarium. 7pm, Free for the art, $8 to hear the bands. 1021 7th St NW, third floor. [Warehouse Gallery]

* Or Bob Mould will attempt to make you dance. $12 at 11pm. [930]


* Hey, remember how much you liked Sloan when you were in college? Good news. $14, doors at 8pm. [Black Cat]

* Experimental noise 'pre-collective' To Live and Shave in LA "now features a rotating cast of characters that may include producer Don Fleming and Andrew W.K., among others, on a night-to-night basis." $8, doors at 8pm. [Rock and Roll Hotel]

* "Pairing photos of monuments with inscriptions taken from memorials, battlefields, and museums nationwide, this innovative guide to American history and culture focuses on the visual and linguistic arts of commemoration, dramatically presenting ways individuals have been celebrated, and events and ideals kept alive." Free, 5pm at Politics and Prose. [P&P]


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