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Keep reading for the rest of what’s inside Friday’s Weekend section:

Our picks for the weekend, including the Capital P ride parade and festival and, if you’ve got a strong stomach, the Montana State Society’s Rocky Mountain oyster festival. There’s also a party at the Newseum with a moonbounce and a free photo booth, a late-night cook-out on a Petworth patio (beer and a burger for $8 after 11 p.m.) and Pusha T at U Street Music Hall.

But what about fun for the kids? We’ve got that covered.

The D.C. Jazz Festival comes to a close with a flourish.

Album reviews of bands playing this week: Thao & Mirah (Friday at the Black Cat); Other Lives (Friday at the Red Palace); Sierra Hull and Highway 111 (Friday at Mason District Park); the Dodos (Sunday at the 9:30 Club); and Secret Cities (Monday at Comet Ping Pong).

A new photography exhibition of environmentally themed works from around the world includes an image of piles of used computers from First-World countries filling up a dump in Pakistan.

One weekend a month, you can get a free running tour of D.C. led by a volunteer for the Park Service.

Escapes: A gaggle of gardens in Western Maryland.

At the movies, reviews of “Super 8,” “Beginners,” “Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer” and “Submarine.”