Since not all of our readers live on the Internet, Monday through Friday, 9 to 5, we decided to revisit some of our daily highlights. Because we love you. Because we care.
Our Gluten-Free Guide kicked off the week. It’s quite popular. Apparently, people don’t like eating shit and feeling like shit. Who knew? We also told you what winter blazer to wear. In addition to eating well, people also like to look nice. Finally, people rode the train without pants and people like to look at photographs of people riding the train without pants.
Since it’s January you probably resolved to get fitter and getting fit is hard so we compiled a Get Fit Doing Weird Shit Guide. Use it. Pusha T is about to take the stage at Echostage any minute now. There’s only one more opener. We promise. Pusha T will not be at Firefly. Third Eye Blind will be at Firefly. That must be why everyone is excited about summer. Third Eye Blind. People are currently excited about New Town. They have a wonderful roof bar. Third Eye Blind is not scheduled to play at New Town.
We spoke to everyone’s favorite large, red headed rapper Action Bronson. Stay tuned for coverage of this Monday’s show at the Howard. In addition to wonderful things that don’t make sense on paper, we suggested some spin-offs of everyone’s new favorite food thing: cragels. Finally, we asked the Scotch Specialist at Jack Rose what we should drink. It’s useful. Read something useful.
We want to visit the once adult film store, soon-to-be-restaurant Silo. We did visit the brand new, very intimate, very soon-to-be-successful wine bar Flight. We spoke to up-and-coming band Raw Feels in advance of their Black Cat show. We took a fond look back at Drag Race Battle of the Seasons at 9:30 Club. The photos are impressive. There are a lot. You should look at all of them.
We ended the week with another guide, another very useful guide, our DC Winter Outdoor Drinking Guide. We also casually discussed outdoor beers. Pro tip: you’re gonna need a good vessel. The music writers in the Rec-Room visited Computer School. Our new week-in-review funny from a funny person Topical Cream ended the week.
The NYC side of BYT had a musical week. They spoke to an artist we thinks is TOPS, AYER. They mourned the demise of 285 Kent and predicted which venues may replace it. We listened to some seapunk because Russ told us to and we respect Russ. They (maybe) found Lena Dunham’s phone on the street. Finally, people in NYC also rode a train without pants. People like to look at photographs of people riding the train without their pants.