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Slovenian dance and horrifying movie posters By Laura McKenzie
Comments () | Published October 26, 2010
Bust a move at a performance by M&N Dance Company at the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage. The Slovenian troupe blends elements of hip-hop and modern dance, and audience members can participate during a demonstration portion of the show. It’s part of the Kennedy Center’s EuroKids Festival. 6 PM; free.

Crude Justice, a new documentary that examines the effects of last spring’s Deepwater Horizon oil spill on everyday people, screens tonight at the Women’s National Democratic Club. Following the film, there’ll be a panel discussion on the legal repercussions of the spill and legislation inspired by it. 6 to 8:30; free. RSVP here.

It’s the last week to see the unique artwork of Matt Busch at ArtInsights Gallery (11921 Freedom Dr., Reston), in Reston Town Center. Busch takes classic movie posters—everything from Star Wars to Breakfast at Tiffany’s—and recreates them with zombie characters. Admission is free. Gallery hours are 10 to 6, so you could take in the exhibit, then have dinner at one of the many nearby restaurants.

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