What To Know (And Do) This Weekend

Peep what the creative director of a local fashion company wears to work and beyond. (Washingtonian)
Celebrate the fifth anniversary of Le Village Marche (our fave Shirlington shop) with wine and sweets, and take 20% off the entire store. (Le Village Marche)
Gray, the experimental music group originally formed by Michael Holman and Jean-Michel Basquiat in the late '70s, performs at the Corcoran tomorrow. (Brightest Young Things)
Kick off D.C.’s new public art initiative, 5x5, which aims to put 25 temporary art installations all over town — just when we thought our city couldn't look any better. (ReadysetDC)
Drinking, eating, and learning quirky things? Sounds like the perfect Sunday brunch. (ThirstDC)
Glitter, anyone? Well, not exactly. Artist Paul Myoda opens up his latest exhibit, Glittering Machines, full of elaborate, illuminated sculptures that actually respond to their environment. (Project 4)
Take a break from the Tidal Basin crowds and see the cherry blossoms on two wheels. Who knows? The view might be better. (National Cherry Blossom Festival)
Photo: Via Washingtonian

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