- Moana Love (Facebook/William Salomon Oreillana)
Sulu DC presents Spoken Explosion, a night of spoken word and comedy featuring artists Moana Love, Mouth, G Yamazawa, comedian Vijai Nathan, and a screening of director Jason Nou's Hip Star. Artisphere. Saturday. 7 p.m. $15/$12.
EXHIBITS, CUISINE & VINTAGE CLOTHES
The Floating Lab Collective: reMuseum opens at the Corcoran. Curated by Laura Routlet, the exhibit is a "participatory, mobile experiment." The Floating Lab Collective has replicated personal objects from homes and recreation centers in various D.C. neighborhoods as part of the exhibition. Saturday.
There's nothing like a relaxing Sunday vintage shopping at the House of Eloise Tea Time Trunk Show at Marvin. Featuring Eloise Tea, cupcakes from Sprinkles and Sweet Treats, and an exclusive gift for attendees. Sunday. 5:30 p.m. Free. RSVP preferred.
THEATER & FILM
In the modern age, love is all about Match.com, Facebook, and personal ads. What's organic anymore? From the writers of Friends, David Crane, Seth Friedman and Marta Kauffman, comes Personals — A Love Story for the Rest of Us, a romantic comedy about the quest for love through the Internet. Adventure Theatre. The play premieres Friday. 6:30 p.m.
The Source Festival Launch Party presents a special preview of the 2012 Source Festival opening in June. The event will review the full line-up of plays, and all three full-length playwrights will share excerpts of their plays. Coffee and a light breakfast will be provided. Sunday. 11 a.m. RSVP by Friday, March, 16 to email@example.com.
The 2012 Korean Film Festival is split into three sections — New Korean Cinema, Seoul's Desire, and A Weekend with Na Hong-jin — screens Anyang, Paradise City, and Cyrano Agency this weekend. Friday at 7 p.m. & Sunday at 2 p.m.
BloomScreen & Compassion Over Killing present: Food Conscience Movie Madness at BloomBars. The Transformative Flash Film Festival features screenings of food films promoting healthy lifestyles and sustainable food — Food Matters, Simply Raw, and PlanEAT. Sunday. 5 p.m. $10 suggested donation.
Hip-hop artist The Dream performs at the Fillmore. Saturday. 8 p.m. $25.