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Arrested Development to Play N Street Village Benefit

Two-time Grammy winner Arrested Development and super-producer Kevin “Khao” Cates will perform at the N Street Village‘s Night Sessions on May 16, a young professionals event to benefit the D.C. nonprofit.

N Street Village is a support and resource center for homeless and low-income women in Washington, D.C. The nonprofit provides services to address emergency and long-term needs. The group is the city’s largest homeless service provider for women.

This year’s Night Sessions event will also feature the “musical inauguration” of the Village Bliss Award in Memory of Evan H. Bliss, a D.C.-area native who passed away suddenly in August.

Bliss was a local musician with a loyal, enthusiastic fan base — and a Washington Post Redskins blogger. He also performed at the 2010 N Street Village Night Session, which was held at the Rock and Roll Hotel.

Correction: May 13, 3:30 p.m.

An earlier version of this post misstated when Evan H. Bliss played the N Street Village Night Session. It was in 2010.

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