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Every Thursday at 9 a.m (sometimes sooner) 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.
CULTURE: Last chance to check out The Arctic Refuge Experience. Step in. Step Up. at AutoShop.
FILM: Punk the Capital: Building a Sound Movement in Washington D.C. has one more screening at AFI Silver Spring. Listen to our most recent BYT Radio with Punk the Capital filmmaker James June Schneider.
FOOD + DRINK: It’s Veteran’s Day which means a bunch of brunch options are available so we’re recommending Nellie’s Drag Brunch on this American holiday.
FREE: Grammy-nominated Mary Gauthier plays the Millennium Stage.
MUSIC: Sinéad Harnett headlines U Hall.
STAGE: Enjoy reading Lindy West? See Lindy West speak about her new book, The Witches Are Coming, at Sixth & I.
STAY IN: Binge some old Jeopardy on Netflix.
CULTURE: Long running podcast and former TV show Comedy Bang! Bang! is at the Warner Theatre.
FILM: How about a screening of The Science of Sleep by Michel Gondry at the Embassy of France?
FOOD + DRINK: Tonight is the launch party for The Passport – Winter Edition at The Eleanor. We highly encourage picking up a Passport if you like to go out and try new drinks in new spaces. It’s a great way to check out unfamiliar spaces and neighborhoods while saving money on cocktails. You don’t need to go to the launch to pick one up.
FREE: It’s almost the holidays. You’re going to be stressed out. Consider going to the Freer at lunch for their Meditation and Mindfulness program.
MUSIC: Clairo is at 9:30 Club.
STAGE: Story District returns to Black Cat with “Scuse Me While I Kiss This Guy: Stories about misunderstandings.”
STAY IN: Disney+ launches today. Watch Star Wars: A New Hope for the millionth time.
CULTURE: Call Me By Your Name fan? You’ll be interested in seeing author André Aciman speak about the follow up, Find Me, at the Library of Congress.
FILM: The Smithsonian American Art Museum hosts a screening of Street Heroines, “a documentary film that looks at the courage and creativity of female street artists from around the world.”
FOOD & DRINK: The Imperial is finally open. Come back to BYT on Wednesday for our First Look.
FREE: The Mexican Cultural Institute will screen Visa Al Paraíso with a post film Q&A via Skype with director Lillian Lieberman, hosted by Professor Naharro-Calderón of University of Maryland.
MUSIC: Ra Ra Riot at 9:30 Club should be fun.
STAY IN: Stream Call Me By Your Name on Netflix.
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