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From the Events Calendar – U Street Movie Series – The Nine lives of Marion Barry

U Street Movie Series – Movie night 2 — The Nine lives of Marion Barry:

The U Street Movie Series presents the second movie of the series Wednesday, July 17th with The Nine Lives of Marion Barry at the Harrison Recreation Center between 13th & 14th on V Street, NW). The gates open at 7 pm, and a DJ will play until sundown when the movie starts. Harrison Recreation Center is being renovated, but the field is open for sports use and the movie series. Rain dates are a week later than the original date.

The movie series benefits the Friends of Harrison Recreation Center, and many neighborhood businesses are sponsoring the series this year.

The Nine Lives of Marion Barry (2009)

Many people remember Marion Barry as the philandering drug-addled mayor of the nation’s capital. He’s the poster boy for corruption, a pariah. Yet to others, Marion Barry is a folk hero who has dominated Washington D.C. city politics for over 40 years. Today, Barry is once again in the political limelight. Who is Marion Barry, really? A hero? A scoundrel? For the first time, Marion Barry: Not Down for the Count reveals the complete unforgettable story. Written by Toby Oppenheimer

Ed. Note: You can see all events here and you can schedule your own event listing here.

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