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A Russian play and lecture by a peacemaker By Laura McKenzie
Comments () | Published February 28, 2011
Palestinian doctor Izzeldin Abuelaish is speaking at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue in support of his book I Shall Not Hate. He has crossed the treacherous lines in the Gaza Strip to treat patients, winning worldwide humanitarian recognition. 7 PM; get tickets ($8) at Ticket Fly.

ReDiscovery Reading presents The Government Inspector, a satire by Russian author Nikolai Gogol. The series presents lesser-known plays and world literature that otherwise might not be seen by a live audience. At Sidney Harman Hall; 7:15. Free; seating is first come, first serve.

Today is the last day to catch a glimpse into the world of the Kennedys at the National Museum of American History. Nine images by Richard Avedon taken for a Harper’s Bazaar photo shoot have been publicly displayed for the first time since the museum acquired them. Free.

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