TOP 5 FOR MONDAY, AUGUST 6

1. Visit The Air And Space Museum
Because science won. Hooray science! Open until 7:30 p.m., all ages, donations welcome

2. "Psyco" At Screen On The Green
Since you're already down on the Mall, stay for another one of man's greatest achievements, Hitchcock's disturbing portrayal of Norman Bates. Dusk, all ages, no cover

3. "The Egg Play" At SOVA
This new play will be staged on H St for one night only before heading to a dozen more cities. 7:30 p.m., all ages, $16

4. "Hamlet: The Bad-Ass Quarto (Uncut)" At Folger Theatre
Rehearsed once, performed once and that's it, this version of "Hamlet" isn't the one we all know. An alternate text, the story is relatively the same, just a little more "bad-ass." 7 p.m, all ages, no cover

5. The Sea Life At Black Cat
D.C.'s very own Bright Eyes, The Sea Life play dreampoppy songs above love and other nice things. Boys and girls alike will like it. 8 p.m., 18+, $10

TOP 5 FOR THE NEXT 5 DAYS

Tuesday, August 7
"Rio"
at NoMa Summer Screen
It's not supposed to rain tomorrow. Go see a movie with the kids. Picnics welcome.

Wednesday, August 8
Summer Used Book Sale
at Washington DCJCC
Tired of the Kindle? Miss Borders? There's still good reason to pick up a book made out of trees.

Thursday, August 9
The Now of Social Media
at Flashpoint
If you spend most of your work day looking at sites like this one and Facebook and back to this site and now Twitter and here's a cat on Facebook and now the spreadsheet, maybe it's time to get your social media life in order.

Friday, August 10
The ART of Go-Go Happy Hour
at Bohemian Caverns
A get together for fellow go-go fans and artists. If you're at all interested in D.C.'s own musical genre, here's your scene.

Saturday, August 11
The SweetBread Jim's "Potluck" Spectacular!
at St. Stephens
A variety show that we approve of 100%. D.C.'s finest sideshow performer Mab, Just Mab is the master of ceremonies. Star FK Radium will play spacey, instrumental music that doesn't jam too much. Band of the hour Sweetbread Jim will pound out pop songs that make people happy. My D.C.-profiled Sampson will inevitably steal the show and convert new fans. Add in burlesque, magic and free food and beer from local powerhouses Red Rocks Pizza, Columbia Heights Coffee, Mama Chuy DC, Meridian Pint and more. This is a one-stop shop for D.C. produced fun.