To Do; Killer's Kiss or Typical Girls

Friday


  • The Album Leaf at the Rock and Roll Hotel, with Relay and The Lymbyc System. $12 at 9PM. If you have an Album Leaf tattoo, you get in free. [Rock and Roll Hotel]

  • Luxembourg's Bye Bye Blackbird at AFI. "Charlie Chaplin's grandson James Thiérrée stars as a man who runs away to the circus in this ravishing, highly stylized tribute to the films of the 1930s. After falling for the luminous high-wire artist Izabella Miko, he decides to create a performance for the two of them in order to become her only partner. But tragedy finds him again." 5PM. [AFI]

  • Shooter Jennings at the 9:30 Club. With Deadstring Brothers. $15 at 11PM. [9:30 Club]

Saturday

  • 1955 Stanley Kubrick film Killer's Kiss includes a "surreal climactic fight in a mannequin-filled warehouse." Trust us, it's great. National Gallery, Free at 4:30PM. [National Gallery]

  • PostSecret creator Frank Warren talks about his second book, My Secret, at Politics & Prose at 3PM. [P&P]

Sunday

  • The Slits at the Black Cat. Sure, it's probably Ari Up and whoever she found on the way to the Black Cat, but we'll still be there. $12 at 8PM. [Black Cat]

  • The Black Keys at the 9:30 Club (Monday, too). $20 at 9PM. [9:30 Club]

  • Electronic voting discussion at Politics & Prose with Aviel Rubin (Brave New Ballot) and Roy G. Saltman (The History and Politics of Voting Technology). 5PM. [P&P]
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