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D.C. ska-punk band Kill Lincoln recently released its second album, "That’s Cool...in a totally negative and destructive way."
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D.C. ska-punk band Kill Lincoln recently released its second album, "That’s Cool...in a totally negative and destructive way."

Aug. 31-Sept. 2: 12th Annual Page-to-Stage New Play Festival
The Kennedy Center presents the 12th Annual Page-to-Stage New Play Festival this Saturday through Monday. The free event offers a series of readings and rehearsals by more than 40 local theaters, including 1st Stage Theater, dog & pony dc, Flying V, The Inkwell, MetroStage, Synetic Theater and more. Limited seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Aug. 30: Kill Lincoln
Tomorrow night you can lace up your dancing sneakers and mosh on at the Rock & Roll Hotel in Northeast, where D.C.-based ska band Kill Lincoln will play its unique blend of rock anthems and no-nonsense ska-punk. The concert will also feature performances by the Boardroom Heroes, Braceface and Collapser. Doors open at 8 p.m.

Music: “Jezebel (Instrumental)” by Ska Cubano

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