In the June 20 Sunday Source's entertainment listings, the wrong closing date was given for "Underworld," an exhibit of underwater photography showing at the Embassy of Canada. The exhibit runs through Aug. 27. (Published 6/22/04)
!!! -- Today at 8:30 p.m. Danceable disco-noise punk. With goth-folk trio White Magic. Black Cat, 1811 14th St. NW. $10. 202-667-7960.
TOM JONES -- Tuesday at 8 p.m. The Welsh crooner sings "What's New, Pussycat?" "It's Not Unusual" and other hits. Wolf Trap, Filene Center, 1551 Trap Rd., Vienna. $22-$38. 703-218-6500 or 703-255-1860.
FEMI KUTI AND ANGELIQUE KIDJO -- Wednesday, doors at 7 p.m. The Nigerian stars bring Afrobeat to the District. 9:30 club, 815 V St. NW. $25. 202-265-0930.
DASHBOARD CONFESSIONAL -- Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Chris Carrabba and company play with Thrice and the Get Up Kids. Merriweather Post Pavilion, 10475 Little Patuxent Pkwy., Columbia. $19.50-$24.50. 202-397-7328 or 301-596-0660.
LOS LOBOS -- Thursday, doors at 7 p.m. The perennial roots rockers play with Franky Perez. 9:30 club, 815 V St. NW. $20. 202-265-0930.
ANTHONY HAMILTON -- Thursday at 8 p.m. The classic-style soul singer plays with Baltimore's Fertile Ground. Warner Theatre, 13th and E streets NW. $50. 202-783-4000 or 202-432-7328.
THE GREENHORNES -- Thursday at 9 p.m. The Cincinnati garage-rockers, with D.C.'s Citygoats.
Black Cat, 1811 14th St. NW. $7. 202-667-7960.
PSYCHIC TV -- Friday, doors at 7 p.m. Dadaist noise pop, with the Apes. 9:30 club, 815 V St. NW. $20. 202-265-0930.
VAN HALEN -- Friday at 7:30 p.m. Sammy Hagar sings the hits, with Eddie, Alex and Mike. MCI
Center, 601 F St. NW. $57-$92. 202-397-7328.
ENVISIONING ARCHITECTURE: DRAWINGS FROM THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK -- Closes today. Pieces by more than 60 architects, including sketches, intricate drawings and complex computer-generated renderings. National Building Museum, 401 F St. NW. Free. 202-272-2448.
KERRY JAMES MARSHALL: ONE TRUE THING, MEDITATIONS ON BLACK AESTHETICS -- Opens today. Through Sept. 5. The artist looks at black history and identity in more than 40 pieces, including paintings, sculpture, photography and video installations. Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Dr., Baltimore. $7, seniors and students $5, children free, first Thursday of the month free. 410-396-7100.
UNDERWORLD -- Opens Thursday. Through July 24. Underwater photography by Toronto artist Barbara Cole. Embassy of Canada, 501 Pennsylvania Ave. NW. Free. 202-682-1740.
THE JEFFERSON PROJECT -- Opens Friday. Through July 31. An installation by Carrie Mae Weems that explores the possibilities posed by recent evidence that Thomas Jefferson fathered children with Sally Hemmings. With digital photographs on muslin banners. G Fine Art, 926 N St. NW. Free. 202-333-0300.
COMMON BOND IX -- Opens Saturday. Through Aug. 14. A showcase of 32 black artists working in various media, including painting, collage, printmaking and sculpture. Featuring the work of local artists John P. Beckley, Richard Fitzhugh, Barbara Hardaway and Wayland House. Strathmore Hall Arts Center, 10701 Rockville Pike, Bethesda. Free. 301-530-0540.
DOG -- Closes Saturday. Painting, collage, photography and video inspired by canines, including Anna Jalikee's portraits and Elyse Harrison's dogs without faces. Gallery Neptune, 4808 Auburn Ave., Bethesda. Free. 301-718-0809.
ANCIENT THREADS, NEWLY WOVEN: RECENT ART FROM CHINA'S SILK ROAD -- Closes June 27. Contemporary paintings from China's western region. Meridian International Center, White-Meyer Galleries, 1624 Crescent Pl. NW. Free. 202-939-5568.
HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL VISIONS: THE LANDSCAPES OF SANFORD R. GIFFORD -- Opens June 27. Through Sept. 26. A retrospective of the 19th-century landscape painter's works, featuring 72 paintings from his travels in America, Europe and the Middle East. National Gallery of Art, West Building, Fourth Street and Constitution Avenue NW. Free. 202-737-4215.
LOCAL COLOR -- Closes June 27. A group show by local artists includes Fred Folsom's images of biker bars and strip clubs, Robert Liberace's muscular sculptures, Alison Weege's allegorical paintings, and Susan Yanero's oils of children. Apex Gallery, 406 Seventh St. NW. Free. 202-638-7001.
NATIONAL CAPITOL BARBECUE BATTLE -- Saturday, 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; June 27, 11 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Restaurants and barbecue teams from around the country compete for $25,000 in Washington's 12th annual cook-off. With food tastings, cooking demonstrations and 30 bands on three stages. Pennsylvania Avenue between Ninth and 14th streets NW. $8, ages 5-12 $4, younger than 4 free. 202-828-3099.
Films open Friday unless otherwise noted. Check www.washingtonpost.com/movies or Friday's Weekend section for details. All movies are in general release unless otherwise noted. Opening dates subject to change.
WHITE CHICKS -- Opens Wednesday. Marlon and Shawn Wayans star as black FBI agents who go undercover -- as white society girls -- to protect a pair of hotel heiresses, the Wilton sisters.
FARENHEIT 9/11 -- Documentarian Michael Moore's uncompromising indictment of the Bush administration's handling of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Winner of the Cannes Film Festival's top prize.
THE HUNTING OF THE PRESIDENT -- A documentary by Harry Thomason and Nick Perry about right-wing efforts to undermine the Clinton presidency.
THE MOTHER -- A grandmother has an affair with a man half her age, who is also having an affair with her married daughter.
MY SISTER MARIA -- Maximilian Schell's documentary portrait of his sister, the Austrian actress Maria Schell.
THE NOTEBOOK -- Director Nick Cassavetes's adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks novel about a teenage couple who are reunited after WWII.
TWO BROTHERS -- The story of twin tigers who are separated as cubs and taken into captivity, only to be reunited later by a explorer who forces them to fight each other.
JOHN EPPERSON: SHOW TRASH -- Today at 7:30 p.m. The creator of drag queen extraordinaire Lypsinka performs an autobiographical cabaret of music and gossip. Studio Theatre, 1333 P St. NW. $25-$42. 202-332-3300.
MY DEAH -- Monday at 7:30 p.m. John Epperson directs a one-night-only staged reading of his new play, an irreverent adaptation of Euripides's "Medea." Benefits the Whitman Walker Clinic. Studio Theatre, 1333 P St. NW. $50. 202-332-3300.
THE PRODUCERS -- Opens Wednesday. Through Aug. 22. Mel Brooks's musical smash plays in Washington for the first time. The story of a down-and-out theater producer and an accountant who team up to scam Broadway with a surefire flop. Kennedy Center, Opera House, 2700 F St. NW. $35-$90. 202-467-4600.
PLANET CLAIRE -- Opens Thursday. Through July 10. A sci-fi-meets-go-go musical written by Tad Janes, featuring songs by the B-52's. Baltimore Theatre Project, 45 W. Preston St., Baltimore. $20. 410-752-8558.
OH, THE INNOCENTS -- Opens Saturday. Through Aug. 1. A comedy about young people trying to make music in Washington. Written by Ari Roth, with original music by the author. D.C. Jewish Community Center, Goldman Theater, 1529 16th St. NW. $15-$35. 202-777-3229.
BOLD STEPS V -- Saturday at 8 p.m. and June 27 at 7 p.m. The fifth annual choreographers showcase from CityDance Ensemble gives company members a chance to present their own work. Joy of Motion Dance Center, Jack Guidone Theater, 5207 Wisconsin Ave. NW. $10. 202-362-3042.
SILK ROAD DANCE COMPANY -- Saturday at 8 p.m. and June 27 at 7 p.m. The ensemble, named for the trade network that linked China and the Mediterranean in the 19th century, performs Laurel Victoria Grey's "Egypta: Myth, Magic and Mystery." Dance Place, 3225 Eighth St. NE. $18; seniors, students, teachers and artists $14; children $6. 202-269-1600.
TOMMY DAVIDSON -- Saturday at 8 p.m. The former "In Living Color" star headlines a triple-threat
comedy lineup with Tony Rock from UPN's sitcom "All of Us" and Lil' JJ, the 13-year-old comic who won BET's "Coming to the Stage."
Warner Theatre, 13th and E streets NW. $50. 202-783-4000 or 202-397-7328.
THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN -- Through June 27. Small-town gossip flies when an American crew comes to film nearby and an unloved local teen decides to seek his fortune with them. A dark comedy from Martin McDonagh, who wrote the award-winning "The Beauty Queen of Leenane." Studio Theatre, 1333 P St. NW. $25-$45. 202-332-3300.
NECESSARY TARGETS -- Through June 27. Eve Ensler's first work since "The Vagina Monologues" is about a psychiatrist and a human-rights worker who help female refugees confront memories of war in Bosnia. Olney Theatre Center for the Arts, 2001 Olney-Sandy Spring Rd., Olney. $15-$36. 301-924-3400.
TATTOO SKY -- Through July 8. The Keegan Theatre presents
local playwright Eric Lucas's
Sam Shepard-inspired story
of two con artists who meet
their match in the Nevada
desert. Clark Street Playhouse,
601 S. Clark St., Arlington. $22-$25. 703-527-6000.
BOOZ ALLEN CLASSIC -- Monday-June 27. The only PGA Tour event in the D.C. area. Tournament Players Club at Avenel, 10000 Oaklyn Dr., Potomac. $10-$50 per day. 301-469-3737.
WIMBLEDON -- Monday at 8 a.m. The lawn tennis championships begin on ESPN2.