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(Feb. 14) MUSIC FROM HEARTLAND! There's perhaps no better day than this to enjoy music from the heartland and the Kennedy Center makes it possible with Indiana's Heartland Chamber Chorale performing valentine vocal arrangements Monday at 6 p.m.

(Feb. 14) THE JAZZ SINGER Preeminent jazz vocalist Dianne Reeves performs a set of love songs Monday night at the Strathmore in North Bethesda. The four-time Grammy winner infuses jazz standards with R&B and her improvisational prowess.

(Feb. 14) LOGIC, LUCK, AND LOVE For the lovesick there's "Logic, Luck, and Love" Monday night at Northeast's Atlas Performing Arts Center. Four storytellers talk about their poignant and funny experiences falling in and out of love.

Music: "Peppermint Park" by Paul Hart

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