from the Baltimore Sun: Live near Baltimore and looking for something to do on Sunday? Get thee to the library...
Two years after Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, donated a $50,000 bust of Baltimore-born rocker Frank Zappa, the art will be installed Sunday at the Southeast Anchor Library during a daylong celebration. The audience, which organizers expect to number in the thousands, will include Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Zappa's widow, Gail, and one of his sons, Dweezil, who'll be performing with his tribute band, Zappa Plays Zappa. Rawlings-Blake will designate Sunday as Zappa Day, Gail Zappa will host a Q&A and the Creative Alliance at the Patterson will throw an afterparty.
When asked where the bust should be placed, Gail Zappa said she picked a library because her husband was a self-taught man who loved libraries.
"He always said, 'If you want to get laid, go to college. If you want to learn, go to a library,'" she said.