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Where & When: What to Do Tonight
Free screening of “Goodfellas,” opening performance of the Royal Danish Ballet, and Black Cobain’s mixtape release party By Kay Steiger
Comments () | Published June 6, 2011

BALLET: There are still tickets available to catch the opening performance of the Royal Danish Ballet, A Folk Tale. If you can’t make it tonight, the company will perform the same show through June 9 and Napoli June 10 through June 12. Tickets ($29 to $99) available through KenCen’s Web site.

PRIDE: As part of Pride Week, Capital Pride is hosting a gala and silent auction at the House of Sweden honoring LGBT heroes and trail blazers. Tickets ($75) can be purchased online or at the door, if available.

FILM: The Georgetown Library (3260 R St., NW) continues its screenings of AFI’s 100 Years … 100 Movies list. Tonight’s selection is number 92, Martin Scorsese’s gangster classic Goodfellas. 6PM, free.

FOOD: Big Night In cookbook author Domenica Marchetti is hosting a four-course pasta dinner tonight at Bibiana. Tickets ($90) include a signed copy of her book, The Glorious Pasta of Italy. Call 202-216-9550 for reservations; reception starts at 6:30.

MUSIC: Catch Black Cobain at U Street Music Hall tonight for the release party of his Young, Gifted, and Black mixtape. Local artist Wale will also perform. 9 PM, tickets ($20 to $50) can be purchased online.

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