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Posted at 11:46 AM ET, 02/27/2012

Free & Easy: Annie Hall and stargazing


Woody Allen and Diane Keaton in Annie Hall playing at the National Portrait Gallery on Wednesday. (1977 United Artists)

Free this week: see a screening of Annie Hall and discover what the night sky has to offer.

MONDAY

School Without Walls Stage Band, Old Mill Steel Drum Band

Get a head start on Music in Our Schools month as local high schools Old Mill and School Without Walls strike up their bands.

TUESDAY

Craig Taylor

Curious about life in foggy London? Hear a variety of accounts about what it’s like to live there as Craig Taylor speaks about his book “Londoners: The Days and Nights of London Now — As Told by Those Who Love It, Hate It, Live It, Left It, and Long for It.”

WEDNESDAY

Annie Hall

It’s hard to pass up Diane Keaton in menswear, Jeff Goldblum forgetting his mantra, and an unstable Christopher Walken — just a few of the iconic offerings of Woody Allen’s classic romantic comedy Annie Hall.

THURSDAY

Jewish Literature Live: Nicole Krauss

Of author Nicole Krauss’s second novel “The History of Love,” Washington Post book critic Ron Charles wrote “No one must rob you of the chance to experience Nicole Krauss’s new novel in all its beautiful confusion.” As part of this series focusing on Jewish American authors, experience Krauss’s works as she reads from them.

FRIDAY

Beneath the Surface: Rediscovering a World Worth Conserving

Explore the wonders of the ocean and maybe become inspired to protect it through this closing exhibit of more than 60 works in a variety of mediums by seven artists.

SATURDAY

Stargazing

To get a look at some of the wonders of the universe, just look up. Weather permitting, discover what the night sky has to offer at the Public Observatory.

SUNDAY

Pascal and Ami Roge

Let the classic sounds of Claude Debussy performed by this piano duo bring a close to your Sunday and a start to your week. This concert ties in with the Gallery’s recent reopening of the 19th century French Galleries. Seating is available starting 30 minutes before showtime.

By Erica Balanc  |  11:46 AM ET, 02/27/2012

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