“The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess” is just one of the games in the new exhibit “The Art of Video Games.” (Nintendo of AmericaInc.)

Over several decades, video games have gone from basic lines and shapes to entire life-like universes. The Smithsonian American Art Museum looks at the history of this transformation in the exhibit “The Art of Video Games,” which features 80 titles that had a big impact, including “Pac-Man,” “Super Mario Brothers” and “Myst.”

In just two years, U Street Music Hall has become the go-to spot for fans of electronic music. To mark its second anniversary on Saturday, the club hosts two eclectic shows. First up is indie breakout EMA, who delivers dark lyrics over chilling soundscapes. The second act of the doubleheader is Volta Bureau, a supergroup comprised of three of the club’s regular DJs.

Did you miss the elephants marching through D.C.? They’re here to perform at the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus. “Fully Charged” featues clowns, tigers, acrobats and stuntmen at the Verizon Center until Sunday.