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Volume 23, Issue 3May front page with Angel Island poetry story plus teasers about biography of Margaret Sanger by graphic illustrator Peter BaggeSummer 2014

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Highlights & Things to Do:

View the trailer for "Rockin' With the Left" from Common Sense Entertainment ahead of the red carpet premiere of this documentary on an indie DMV band at the University of Maryland homecoming Oct. 18.

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month: at the AIX Art Gallery located at Tynan Coffee & Tea NoMo (1275 1st Street NE), U Street Café (1301 U Street NW), and Tynan Coffee & Tea (1400 Irving Street NW). Family Art Day is Sunday, Sept. 28, 12 noon to 6 p.m. at Tynan U Street Cafe. AIX is Art Identity Expo, an organization presenting the best in diversity contributions to comic books and fine art.


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Young D.C. website last updated 9-25--2014