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A Sunday performance scheduled for tomorrow by the D.C. Allstars' at the Birchmere was listed as a critic¿s pick in the Feb. 9 Weekend section. The show has been postponed.
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A mask from Burkina Faso is part of
A mask from Burkina Faso is part of "African Vision: The Walt Disney-Tishman African Art Collection" at the National Museum of African Art. (By Franko Khoury -- National Museum Of African Art)
Friday, February 9, 2007

Exhibition By Michael O'Sullivan

Since being donated to the National

Museum of African Art in 2005, the Walt Disney-Tishman African Art Collection -- begun in the late 1950s by real estate developer Paul Tishman and his wife, Ruth, and sold to Walt Disney Co. in 1984 -- has been glimpsed only in bits and pieces. On Thursday, 80 works from what is reputed to be one of the finest collections in the world will be unveiled at the museum. "African Vision: The Walt Disney-Tishman African Art

Collection" remains on view through Sept. 7. Call 202-633-1000 (TDD:

202-357-1729).

Film By Ann Hornaday

It's all too conveniently coincidental for words, but that's precisely what "Breaking and Entering" is about: words and how we use them to avoid confronting our deepest anxieties. And for all its contrivances, the film has its finger on the pulse of contemporary London life, possessing its share of fleeting delights, chief among them the sublime Robin Wright Penn as Jude Law's live-in girlfriend. See review on Page 32.

Music By Richard Harrington

It has become a Valentine's tradition at the Birchmere: a sweet, soulful turn by an ever-shifting lineup of D.C. Allstars. On Sunday night, the affair will be a tale of two cities as Al Wilson, Father's Children, Jay Wiggins, Scacy (Sound Service) and the Philly Sound Revue salute such Philadelphia artists as Patti LaBelle and classic groups such as the Delphonics, Intruders, Three Degrees, Stylistics, Blue Notes and O'Jays. Call 703-549-7500.


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