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A few more ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day By Laura McKenzie
Comments () | Published February 14, 2011
Jazz singer Dianne Reeves is at Strathmore tonight. The Grammy Award winner will sing songs from her latest album, When You Know, featuring covers of the Tempations and more, as well as several original songs. Buy tickets ($35 to $65) at Stathmore’s Web site. 8 pm.

Catch a free performance of America’s longest-running musical, The Fantastiks, at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. The show offers a comedic twist on the story of Romeo and Juliet and includes memorable songs including “Try to Remember.” 7:30.

Locals Maureen Andary and Sara Curtin of the Sweater Set want to serenade you with the ukulele. Part of the Fridge’s Festival of Live Art, they’ll also share stories from their love lives in between songs. 7 PM; get tickets ($15) at Brown Paper Tickets or at the door.

Still looking for a way to celebrate Valentine's Day or Singles Awareness Day? Check out The Washingtonian's guide, with last-minute dinner reservations, places to buy flowers and chocolate, and more.

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