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The “Art Crimes” series at the Dunes continues with two French imports — work by multimedia artist Antoine Josse and bronze sculptor Ferama Wobken. The exhibition kicks off with an opening reception featuring live music by Rachel Sberro.
A five-course beer dinner by the Port City Brewing Company matches some of Virginia’s best local brews with beer-infused food.
One of rock-and-roll’s great songwriters, Ray Davies, brings his catalogue of Kinks hits to the Fillmore.
British comedy has an unfair reputation for being droll, understated and overly cerebral. Russell Brand is none of those things. The sinewy, leather trouser-fancying entertainer, best known as Aldous Snow from “Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” performs at the Patriot Center.
How do you make watching the Redskins and Cowboys bearable? Head to Dodge City, where there’s a cookout on the patio, local beers on tap and — if you can stand it — the game on a huge projection screen.