Did you watch the show about the big chair? So many people like that show! I heard my neighbors screaming about the chair show all Sunday night! What a show!
Every Thursday at 9 a.m we mail you our Best Weekend Bets. Best Weekday Bets are similar to our Best Weekend Bets but longer because we pretend Thursday is a weekday.
ACTIVE: Pay your taxes.
CULTURE: Swing by the Edible DC spring issue release at Destination Wedding.
FILM: Catch the cult classic doc El Desencanto at the Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain.
FOOD + DRINK: The Royal transforms into TGIFriday’s for one fever dream of a night.
FREE: See Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith finish her laureateship in conversation with poets from around the U.S. at the Library of Congress.
MUSIC: Kelli Frances Corrado plays with Absolutely Not and Saffron at Songbyrd.
OUTSIDE: Drink with the puppies and doggies at Wunder Garten’s Yappy Hour.
STAGE: Profs & Pints covers the Titanic with some in depth analysis from Vincent Brannigan, professor emeritus of the University of Maryland’s Clark School of Engineering.
CULTURE: Swing by the National Gallery of Art for a discussion of portraits and prose.
FILM: See Hail Satan? and catch a sweet Q&A with director Penny Lane at E Street Cinema. Listen to BYT Radio this Thursday for our chat with Lane.
FOOD + DRINK: This is a good excuse to eat frozen yogurt. Remember when everyone was obsessed with frozen yogurt?
FREE: In honor of Emancipation Day, join the National Museum of African Art for an Underground Railroad walking tour of D.C.
MUSIC: Black Lips, your favorite Bad Kids, are at Black Cat.
STAGE: Spiritualized is at The Lincoln Theatre. Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space is a near perfect album.
STAY IN: Miss Hail Satan? Watch Vox’s “How heavy metal and Satan gave us this sticker.”
ACTIVE: I spent most of Saturday in IKEA and now my back hurts so maybe I should stretch at Yoga in Luce.
CULTURE: The cherry blossoms have bloomed but there’s still time to check out Artechouse’s In Peak Bloom.
FILM: Another chance to watch a foreign film in an embassy. Tonight it’s The Ballad of Narayama in the Embassy of Japan.
FOOD + DRINK: The cherry blossoms have bloomed but there’s still one more week to check out the Cherry Blossom Pop-Up Bar.
MUSIC: The Anthem usually hosts the biggest and best country, hip-hop, pop and rock acts. Tonight they host the National Symphony Orchestra.
OUTSIDE: DC Fray does a lot of stuff. Now pole vaulting is part of that stuff.
STAGE: Smut Slam, now an 18+ event, is at Ten Tigers Parlour. Advance tickets sold out but there may be tickets available at the door.
TRUE CRIME: Our first ever true crime related trivia event recommendation: True Crime Trivia fundraiser for the DC Abortion Fund at Red Bear Brewing.
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