To Do: Saturday Looks Good To Me


* High Noon at AFI. The 1952 western "unfolds in real time, as the minutes count down to a duel at high noon. Penned by the blacklisted Carl Foreman, High Noon also serves as an allegory of the terror that paralyzed Hollywood during McCarthyism." $9.25 at 7PM. [AFI]

* Les Nubians at the Natural History Museum. $30 at 7:30PM. [Smithsonian]


* Kite flying competition on the mall, valet bike parking, laughter in the sunshine, etc. [WP's Cherry Blossom Guide]

* Save the Boobs after 9PM at the Bottom Line. $20 all you can drink beer, proceeds benefit a local team raising money for the 40-mile Avon Walk for Breast Cancer in May. [WP]

* Menomena at the Rock and Roll Hotel with Land Of Talk. $12 at 10PM. [R&R Hotel]

* Chapter VIII at the Warehouse Next Door with The Twats, The Reticents and Raising Water by Fire. 9:30PM. [WND]


* Senator Bill Bradley discusses The New American Story at P&P. Bradley "wonders whether the Democratic Party's reliance on charismatic leaders rather than on unifying ideas and strong volunteers has weakened the party." Free at 5PM. [P&P]

* Do Make Say Think at the Black Cat with Elliot Brood. $12 at 8PM. [Black Cat]


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