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Welcome to your daily Hit List featuring the shows, events, gatherings, and so on that will keep your social life slightly above average!

And if you’re not about anything we show you now, there are tons of other events to check out on our AGENDA (side note: promoters/venues: posting events in the AGENDA is free and open to all-so please use it.)

  • W kicks of their week of awesome (AND FREE) shows with a special album preview of local hero Laura Burhenn’s Mynabirds. DETAILS + RSVP here.



  • See an advanced screening of the Vice on HBO episode “Campus Cover-up” followed by a live interview of Senator Kirstin Gillibrand conducted by Vice correspondent Gianna Toboni. RSVP here and get to George Washington University’s Jack Morton Auditorium by 7:30pm to catch the screening.

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  • It’s the last night of Josh Gosling’s river-based exhibition, “Printed Art: The Potomac,”  a series that “illustrates the ‘Nation’s River,’ past and present.” Unwind with some art, you’ve had a long day.
  • TV-journalist / Emmy Award winner / PBS host Jeffery Brown will present some news-themed poetry at Busboys and Poets.
  • There’s some FREE short films, part of the Our City Festival, that deal with D.C.’s history of art and gentrification, if you want to educate yourself. Know your city, folks.
  • Crystal Screen kicks off their summer espionage movie series with a screening of Mission Impossible. Leave your cash behind, this event is free, but don’t forget to bring your own snacks.
  • Or if you’re feeling even more sociable, there’s trivia at Bier Baron for all your eccentric knowledge. You might not make it to Jeopardy, but this is pretty close.