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Art Beat With Lauren Landau, July 11

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Influential hip-hop group Souls of Mischief plays at D.C.'s Rock and Roll Hotel tonight.
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Influential hip-hop group Souls of Mischief plays at D.C.'s Rock and Roll Hotel tonight.

Jul. 11-28: Capital Fringe Festival
The annual Capital Fringe Festival returns to D.C. today, offering a variety of dance, theater and musical performances at more than a dozen local venues through July 28. With 130 different performing arts groups participating, the opportunities for creative and uncensored entertainment abound. You can see everything from solo performances, to comedies, musicals, puppetry, burlesque, improv shows and more.

Jul. 11: Souls of Mischief – 93 ‘Til Infinity Tour
The members of the Oakland, California-based foursome Souls of Mischief first joined forces in high school, and more than two decades later, the band is still touring. You can see them tonight at 9 at D.C.’s Rock and Roll Hotel, where the hip-hop group will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut record, 93 ‘Til Infinity, by performing the album in its entirety with a live band.

Music: “93 ‘til Infinity (Instrumental)” by Souls of Mischief

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