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Where & When: What to Do Tonight
A free tribute to JFK and local singer/songwriters By Laura McKenzie
Comments () | Published January 28, 2011
It’s the last day to view “Washington Symbol and City” at the National Building Museum. The exhibit is a collection of large-scale and hands-on models of the city’s monuments and buildings as well as unique stories about Washington. Free.

The Kennedy Center’s American College Theater Festival is celebrating the anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s inauguration with a program of short plays, monologues, songs, and more. In the Terrace Theater; free. 6 PM.

See what the best local songwriting talent has to offer at Iota Club and Café at tonight’s “Open Ears, Open Minds” showcase. Featuring Caleb Stine, the Whiskey Darlings, and Alex the Red Parez. 8; $10 at the door.

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