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Metro Weekly Print Edition: Fall Arts Preview – September 12, 2019 [PDF]

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Inside this issue: Fall Arts Preview 2019: Film, Stage, Music – Pop/Rock/Folk/Jazz/Blues, Music – Classical & Choral, Dance, Museums & Galleries, and Above & Beyond. Compiled by André Hereford, Rhuaridh Marr, Doug Rule and Randy Shulman

Unsteady Cabin: LGBTQ Republicans differ on whether Log Cabin was justified in endorsing President Trump’s re-election bid. By John Riley

Thespianism: Now is the right time to see a local stage production, thanks to theatreWashington’s annual Theatre Week offerings. By Doug Rule

Spotlight: Dixie Longate – Out On the Town – Self Portrait: Rodney Evans – Community Calendar – Featured Nightlife Scene: Flashy Sunday – Nightlife Listings – Last Word

Cover Illustration: David Amoroso

Patron Saint: Judy Garland


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Randy Shulman is Metro Weekly's Publisher and Editor-in-Chief. He can be reached at rshulman@metroweekly.com.

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