To Do: Relive the 90s


* Kristin Hersh plays at Crooked Beat at 6PM. [BYT]

* Documentary Ramen Days at the Warehouse. "The film chronicles the history of the Burnt Ramen, a DIY venue in the Bay Area of California. Included are interviews with band members of Born/Dead, Voetsek, Blown to Bits, Strung Up, and others. The screening will be followed by a female-friendly workshop on opening and running DIY venues, with speakers Katy Otto and Erin McCarley." "Female-friendly" = "great place to meet chicks." $5 at 7:30PM. [Warehouse]


* Counter Culture Festival in Arlington features bands, art for sale, food, drinks & dancing. From 4PM- late. [DC Conspiracy]

* L'Amour fou at the National Gallery. It's totally yin and yang with "confrontations between husband and wife, between ordered passion and mad love, between theater and TV, and even between 16 mm and 35 mm film footage." Free at 2:30PM. [NGA]


* The Animation Show at the Lisner Auditorium. It's a series of "the best animated short films from around the world, exclusively curated by Mike Judge (Office Space, Beavis and Butt-Head, King of the Hill) and Academy Award nominated animator Don Hertzfeldt (Billy's Balloon, Rejected, The Meaning of Life)." $11 at 7PM. [The Animation Show]

* John Newhouse talks about Boeing Versus Airbus at Politics & Prose. The The Sporty Game author "again tells a story from the annals of the aircraft business. In an industry built largely on guesswork and intuition, the American company Boeing and the European company Airbus are the two grappling giants." Free at 1PM. [P&P]


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