Inside D.C. entertainment

Tonight: Red Line, Damaged Goods, The Revivalists

June 5, 2012 - 11:54 AM
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Usually associated with delays and feelings of irritation and anger, Salon Contra brings out a different side of commuting on the Red Line: art. Sometimes the most captivating and raw forms aren't those that sit in museums, it's the ones splashed on walls and buildings. On the Red Line train between Union Station and Silver Spring are walls upon walls of illegal graffiti works. Join Salon Contra in a discussion exploring what happens when public space, public art and public transportation intersect. Pink Line Project HQ. RSVP at A location will be emailed back after.

After enough time, mess-ups and enduring the whole life thing, everyone's pretty much damaged goods. Story League hosts another edition of true stories on the theme of Broken Toys: What Makes Us Damaged Goods featuring stories by Derek Hills, Diane Ivey, Nate Johnson, Chuck Na, Jason Pittman and SM Shrake. Arts Club of Washington. 6:30 p.m. Free.

New Orleans rockers The Revivalists take the stage at Velvet Lounge. The Method opens. 9 p.m. $8/$10.

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