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Volume 24, Issue 5Gigi Levin checks out Purdue Institute report on civic competency. Photo teasers for Che Demczuk's visit to Through the African American Lens exhibit and Sukrana Uddin's story on 2015 Louder Than a Bomb Winners.

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Highlights & Things to Do:

 

Sunday. May 24 at 8:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. The West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol. The Memorial Day Concert will feature different genres performed by Gloria Estefan, Tessanne Chin, Katherine Jenkins, Russell Watson, Jack Everly and the National Symphony Orchestra. It will be will be co-hosted for the tenth year by Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise. Free!

Monday, May 25. The Millinieum Stage. The Greek Chamber Music Project. This group performs classical music as well as Western classical works.

Sat, May 30. 9:00 p.m. The 9:30 Club at 815 V ST NW. Dubstep + drum and base producer + DJ 12th Planet (John Dadzie), one night only. Tickets $22 with a $12 charge for parking. Act fast!

 









 




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