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5 things to do in D.C. this week

Your options include comedy, concerts and the D.C. debut of "The Scottsboro Boys."

Drake, Christina Aguilera and more just-announced D.C. concerts

Plus: Nine Inch Nails asks fans to line up for tickets.

‘The Book of Joseph’ is timely. The playwright didn’t intend it to be.

The Holocaust drama, having its East Coast premiere at Everyman Theatre, is a historical story that rings true today.

The new series takes viewers on unnecessary journeys to landmarks of death and destruction.

Bo Burnham dives into the world of a social media-obsessed teenager — and proves it's not so bad.

The deep passing game and run defense are critical areas for the team.

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A move to the middle has helped the former winger ramp up his production.

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The National Air and Space Museum celebrates Mars for free on Friday.

Plus: "Queer Eye's" Jonathan Van Ness brings his podcast to the Bentzen Ball.

The fest celebrates all things humorous, including stand-up, sketch, improv, music and podcasts.

The new exhibit showcases the sly humor in nearly 100 prints and drawings spanning Leonardo to R. Crumb. 

A Looney Tunes series, "The Sandlot" and "Zoolander" are the special movie events you can't miss.

Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal play two men trying to old on to an old friendship while everything around them changes.

Pet fashion shows, drunk lectures, musicals invented on the fly — these fun variety shows keep local comedians on their toes.

When she’s not onstage at the Kennedy Center with her show "Generation Gap," the comedian is spending time getting reacquainted with her hometown.

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The Arena Stage production adapts the 1993 film about a presidential doppelganger who steps in for the real commander in chief.

The master impressionist relishes the chance to hone her stand-up comedy and bond with audiences onstage.

He started at a D.C. club 30 years ago. Now he's back on one of the area's biggest stages.

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Plus, Dr. Andrea helps a reader who's been bothered for years by a sister's puzzling comment about their mother.

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