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Also in Weekend:

• Our picks for the best events going on this weekend, including a chance to explore museums off the mall, the first Brightest Young Things pool party of the season and a whole lot of jazz.

• In Petworth dining news, Chez Billy is finding its potential by listening to customer complaints and moving in the right direction. But will the crowds come?

• A lot stands out about Tommy Tune: First, the fact he’s 6-foot-6; second, his bright red cowboy boots. These have been the hallmarks of a career in song and dance that spans 50 years. This weekend at Strathmore, Tune, 73, will be looking back.

• Every year, suicides in America occur disproportionately among males. Using the farcical plot of a company that helps people write their suicide notes, the play “Suicide, Incorporated” seeks to explore that gender imbalance.

• Read album reviews from punk rockers the Cribs, singer-songwriter Joe Pug, instrumental duo Janel and Anthony, pop-rocker Rhett Miller and jazz vocalist Marianne Solivan.

• Long known as the only post-game option for fans near Nationals Park, Justin’s Cafe isn’t a bad pre-game option either.

• “I’m Coming Home,” a new exhibit of works by Hedieh Javanshir Ilchi, has two meanings: It represents the work, which reflects the space of home being violated by invasive forces; and it marks the return for art dealer Lauren Gentile, who operated the recently shuttered Irvine Contemporary.

• Get the latest movie reviews, including “Snow White and the Huntsman” and Wes Anderson’s “Moonrise Kingdom.”