To Do: Feel Really Old

WED. MAY 12


Test the limits of twee self-absorption. Cokie Roberts reads from "Founding Mothers: The Women Who Raised Our Nation." [Smithsonian Programs]

 

THU. MAY 13

Ask questions that appear to be tough but aren't really. Tim Russert reads from "Big Russ and Me: Father and Son - Lessons of Life." [Olsson's]

Don't call them chicks. Mary Lou Williams Women in Jazz Festival. [Kennedy Center]

See how far we have (and haven't) come. With an Even Hand: Brown v. Board of Education at Fifty. [Library of Congress]

Mock liberals. Or pick one up. (They're easy.) Vast Left Wing Conspiracy Happy Hour. [ActforLove.org]

FRI. MAY 14

Believe in the D.C. scene. Q And Not U, Mary Timony, Decahedron. [Black Cat]

SAT. MAY. 15

Reach for your revolver. Mission of Burma w/ The Fiery Furnaces & The Hiss. [9:30 Club]

Be impressed by quilts. (Really, they're cool.) Last weekend: The Quilts of Gee's Bend. [Corcoran Gallery of Art ]

SUN. MAY. 16

Keep it old school. KRS-One w/ Big Daddy Kane & Speech from Arrested Development. [9:30 Club]

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