To Do: One Little Diddy

Friday


* Screening of Iraq for Sale at UDC to benefit the Bunnatine Greenhouse Legal Defense Fund. $10 at 7PM, and you can say you've been to UDC. [DC Film Festival]

* The Thermals at the Black Cat with The Big Sleep and Statehood. $12 at 9PM. [Black Cat]

* Dinaw Mengestu has written a novel that goes like this: "Sepha Stephanos runs a small grocery store at Logan Circle, Washington, DC, a poor neighborhood on the verge of gentrification. There he makes keen observations of American race and class tensions, seeing similarities -- physical and social -- to his hometown of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia." Free at 7PM. Penn Quarter Olsson's [Olsson's]

Saturday

* Scott W. Berg talks about Grand Avenue at Politics & Prose. It's about the planning of DC, beginning in 1791 with Pierre L'Enfant. Free at 6PM. [P&P]

* Pow Wow a night of dancing to many sub-genres of rock etc. at the Rock and Roll Hotel, Free at 9:30PM. [R&R Hotel]

Sunday

* A new print for the 35th Anniversary of Herzog's Aguirre: The Wrath of God at AFI. $9.25 at 1:20PM. [AFI]

* Former US senator and Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen and his African American journalist wife Janet Langhart Cohen have co-written a marriage book called Love in Black and White, inspired by the Michael Jackson song "Black or White." Free at 5PM. [P&P]

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