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Posted at 1:21 PM ET, 01/22/2008

Free and Easy

By Fritz Hahn

Every week, the Going Out Gurus suggest ways to enjoy Washington's cultural scene without spending any money. Have an idea for us? Send it to events@washingtonpost.com.

Tuesday
'Plan 9 From Outer Space' at Dr. Dremo's Taphouse
It seems somehow appropriate that the last-ever Washington Psychotronic Film Society screening at Dr. Dremo's is "Plan 9 From Outer Space," the Ed Wood sci-fi film that's been called "the worst movie ever made."

Wednesday
Kimya Dawson at Crooked Beat Records
A founding member of the New York anti-folk band Moldy Peaches, Kimya Dawson has six of her quirky lo-fi indie songs featured on the hit "Juno" soundtrack.

Thursday
'Julie Comnick: According to their Kind' at Flashpoint
Washington Post critic Michael O'Sullivan found lots to contemplate at Julie Comnick's new show, which features large charcoal drawings of animals coupling.

Friday
Barbara Bush at the National Archives
Married to one president and mother to another, Barbara Bush seems a natural choice for a guest speaker on "Family and Friends in a Public Life."

Saturday
Performance Week 2008
Four days of edgy performance art, spoken word, lectures, videos and short films wraps up with a party.

Sunday
'Ikebana Show' at the Torpedo Factory
This new exhibit takes a contemporary angle on the art of Japanese flower arranging. This afternoon's events include a traditional tea ceremony and live music.

Monday
Salsa Lessons at Lima
The downtown lounge offers 90 minutes of lessons for beginners and intermediate dancers, and women can partake of an open bar from 9 to 11.

-- Fritz

By Fritz Hahn  | January 22, 2008; 1:21 PM ET
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