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.)
- Arum Rae is playing with Steve West at DC9. If you’re a big fan on Pavement you definitely shouldn’t miss this.
- If you like going to free concerts, than head right on over to the Kennedy Center to see Todd Burge on the Millennium Stage.
- To Life, a film about a washed up cabaret singer and a man with a secret who come together to discover themselves or their pasts or something is playing at DCJCC.
- Maybe dancing is more up your ally? Then check out Jam Cellar at Josephine Butler Parks Center, where you’ll learn how to do the Lindy Hop, Charleston, Shag, and more. After a quick lesson the dance floor opens up so you can show off your newly acquired moves.
- Black Cat is screening Romantic Warriors III – The Canterbury Tales for those of us who can’t watch enough rock docs.
- You can also stay at home and read the new book in the Millennium Series, The Girl In The Spiders Web if you just can’t get enough of the adventures of a goth hacker girl and her boring middle aged sidekick.
- Do you have a hankering to learn more about women in science? Then head to the Brookland Busboys & Poets for an interactive talk with Dr. Duilia de Mello.
- If none of that did it for you, feel free to consult our guide: