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Ever wonder why so many Salvadoran restaurants also serve Mexican food? The early waves of immigration from El Salvador in the 80s coincided with the rise of Tex-Mex food in America, and what resulted was Salvadoran shops that leaned into that popularity, serving both cuisines to attract customers - and getting the DMV hooked on pupusas. Now a newer generation is making a bet that serving more traditional Salvadoran fare can still pay the bills.
Join your voice with others’ at this casual group sing-along, this time with the theme of songs from movies. (7pm)
Catch some minimal synth, post-punk, wave beats at Studio Ga Ga, housed in Queen of Sheba. Pairs well with: shiro. (9pm)
Reminders from the Weekly Scheduler
Volunteer at Generation Hope’s Holiday Party, with snacks, crafts, hot chocolate, and more. Help attendees navigate the event that is expected to host more than 200 scholars and sponsors. (5:30pm)
It’s the holidays, and someone just got murdered on stage. Solve the crime at DC Improv, with mystery provided by Die Laughing Productions. (7:30pm)
If you missed seeing Jacuzzi Suit at the 730 Showcase at Bravo Bar, Thursday is your LAST CHANCE to see ‘em. They play their last show at Pie Shop on H Street, with Frend and Tuff Lover. We guarantee some bops. (7pm)