Weekend Update: Hear that buzz?

Locals Wye Oak, La Sera, Alex Winston and Tabi Bonney gaining listeners’ ears.

March 4, 2011

The cover story of today's Weekend section looks at four buzzworthy acts -- Wye OakLa SeraAlex Winston and Tabi Bonney -- and why they're gaining the attention of listeners. Read about 'em and then go see 'em.

Here's what else you can find in Weekend:

• A look at the best events for the weekend, including a cachaca tasting, the D.C. Independent Film Festival, the return of the Washington Ballet’s Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart-inspired collaboration with the InSeries and a good ol’ Cajun dance party.

• Reviews of new music by Nicole Atkins, OMD, Good Charlotte, Rival Schools and Say Hi.

• Is it too early for a taste of the beach? Umm, no, not when it means beach drinks, pounds of shrimp, pitchers of beer and tacos.

• The rumors are true: One of the best sandwiches in D.C. comes from the inside of a gas station. Make haste for Fast Gourmet.

• Step back in time with sixth-century Chinese Buddhist sculpture and 3-D recreations of mountain caves at the Sackler Gallery.

The big opening at the movies this weekend: “The Adjustment Bureau,” which Ann Hornaday calls “a smart, stylish thriller that melds science fiction, romance and Hitchcockian intrigue with surprising ease.”

After an 18-month hiatus, Rorschach Theatre returns with “Voices Underwater.”

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