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Art Beat With Stephanie Kaye - Weekend Events April 23-25, 2010

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(April 23) FALLA AND FLAMENCO Flamenco was the galvanizing force behind the music of renowned Spanish composer Manuel de Falla. You can see why tonight in Falla and Flamenco at the Sidney Harman Hall in Northwest D.C.

(April 23) HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SHAKES And the Bard of Avon's birthday is cause for celebration at the Folger Shakespeare Library on Capitol Hill. The Folger throws Bill an open house bash tonight with jugglers, jesters, music and theatre in honor of his 446th.

(April 25) MALL MUSIC If you head out on the National Mall this weekend, you could run into the likes of Sting, John Legend, and eco-friendly hip-hop jam band The Roots during the Earth Day Climate Rally, a concert in the name of clean energy.

(April 25) POT LUCK And students of Hinckley Pottery in Adams Morgan have invested their energies into clay crafts of all kinds. You can check out what they've been churning out at Hinckley's 19th annual student show Sunday afternoon on Kalorama Road in the Northwest.

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