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Internet phenomenon Maddox brings more than crafty viral images to Alexandria's Lyceum Friday.

(Nov. 4) As Was Written
Humorists, poets, authors and musicians bring readings and performances to the Lyceum in Alexandria tomorrow night. As Was Written features a diverse range of talent from the best-selling Internet phenomenon Maddox to local spoken word poet Shelly Bell

(Nov. 5-10) #DCRESIDENE
For more variety there are two pop-up art spaces on Northeast Washington’s H Street corridor beginning Saturday. #DCRESIDENCE showcases the region’s emerging talent with performance art, trunk shows, and live mural painting. The residency continues early next week with a number of workshops and panel discussions on the future of music, art, and fashion in the District. 

(Nov. 6) Woodbridge Flute Choir
If you’re tired of hearing your favorite flautist being drowned out by the shiny brass or thunderous percussion the Woodbridge Flute Choir is here to save the day. The Choir performs a Fall Concert of flute-centric compositions Sunday afternoon at the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas. 

Music: “Come On! Feel The Illinoise!” by Sufjan Stevens

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