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Get an expert’s opinion on Washington history or check out performances with international flair By Laura McKenzie
Comments () | Published January 25, 2011
The Tango Fire Company of Argentina is heating up Strathmore with its Tango Inferno performance. It combines live music with the sexy moves of Argentina’s national dance. 8 PM. Get tickets ($30 to $65) on the Strathmore’s site.

Hear an indie-pop band that’s probably enjoying the freezing weather. The Concretes hail from Sweden and are playing with opening act Hooray for Earth at the Rock & Roll Hotel. Buy tickets ($14) at Ticket Alternative. 8:30.

Kathryn Schneider Smith is an historian and past president of the Historical Society of DC. She’s discussing and signing the updated version of Washington at Home: An Illustrated History of Neighborhoods in the Nation’s Capital at Politics and Prose at 6:30. Free.

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