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Thursday, March 24

Book Signing: Jonathan Lethem 7 p.m., Politics and Prose, 5015 Connecticut Ave. NW Lethem, the author of the National Book Critics Circle award-winning book "Motherless Brooklyn," will sign and read from his newest collection of essays, titled "The Disappointment Artist." Admission is free. Call (202) 364-1919 for more information.

Event: Walter Johnson's Baseballs 7 p.m., National Archives, 700 Pennsylvania Ave. Author Henry W. Thomas, grandson of Washington Senators pitching great Walter Johnson, tells the story of his grandfather's prized baseballs, which were stolen and later recovered. Admission is free but requires a reservation. Call (202) 501-5000 for information.

Saturday, March 26

Concert: Fatboy Slim 11:30 p.m., 9:30 Club, 815 V St. Techno innovator Fatboy Slim will spin his hits all night. Bring your dancing shoes. Tickets are $35. Call (202) 265-0930 for more information.

Sunday, March 27

Event: Easter Sunrise Service 6:30 a.m., Lincoln Memorial, 23rd Street and West Potomac Park Observe Easter as the sun comes up on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Call (703) 760-8888 for more information.

Monday, March 28

Performance: Kamui 6 p.m., Millenium Stage at the Kennedy Center, 2700 F St. NW The professional sword-fighting group that choreographed the fight scenes in "Kill Bill" and played the Crazy 88 sword-fighting group in the film will put on a free performance. Call (202) 467-4600 for more information.

Event: Brainstormer Trivia Night 8 p.m., Fado Irish Pub, 808 Seventh St. NW Come down and compete in Washington's largest trivia night, this Monday and every Monday, at Fado Irish Pub. Admission and entry into the trivia contest are free.

Tuesday, March 29

Concert: Ashlee Simpson 7 p.m., Constitution Hall, 1776 D St. NW Twenty-year-old pop rocker and reality TV star Ashlee Simpson brings her band to D.C. for a performance of her anthemic teenybopper punk. Bring mommy's wallet, because tickets are $34.25. Call (202) 397-7328 for more information.

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