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What You’re Doing Tonight: 6/30

Wii Night at The Front Page, “The Millionairess,” and Legendary Photos of Bob Marley



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    Why shell out $250 for a Wii when you can drop $15 on drinks and play Wii for free? Huh? We're waiting for an answer here, buddy!

    Wish you were rich during the recession? Well, this play about the world's richest woman searching for a (second) husband is sure to entertain your fantasies. Go see George Bernard Shaw's zany comedy “The Millionairess” at the Olney Theatre Center for the Arts (2001 Olney-Sandy Spring Road, Olney, MD) 'cause it’s nice to see the role of golddigger switch genders. 7:30 p.m., $26.


    Still playing your dad’s Atari? You’re probably the only one on the block without a Nintendo Wii. Keep up with the Joneses this Tuesday and head down to The Front Page (4201 Wilson Blvd Arlington, VA) for their Nintendo Wii night. Instead of playing Pong by yourself, you can play tennis, baseball, golf or bowl on the Wii. 5 p.m., free.

    It's been nonstop Michael Jackson hits for the past few days, and you're starting to miss all your favorite musicians, aren't you? (Yes, we're psychic). Bring one of the greats back to life and see a display of David Burnett's photos of Bob Marley, taken for Time Magazine in Jamaica in 1976. Witness the profile of the reggae legend at the Govinda Gallery II (174 Waterfront St., Fort Washington, MD) and it just might help you get over Michael. 6-9 p.m., free.