Fences explores the walls we build around ourselves and our loved ones, while also illuminating one family’s struggles in a racist society. Patrons 21-35 use code UNDER3520. Join us 10/11 for Generation Abe Night.
Nyla Rose’s career is “the stuff of movies.” The first trans woman in pro wrestling, the wrestler from DC known for biting through the ropes and, well, thrashing her in-ring enemies. “She embodies everything about what it means to be an independent wrestler.”
The Latin American foods hall plans to be open every Th-Su, starting this week. Expect pop-ups and stalls with offerings from traditional (pupusas, arepas) to nouveau (Mexican-German bakery, “modernist” Colombian).
This is it: the Nationals face the Brewers in the first game of the 2019 MLB postseason. Max Scherzer will start for the favored, hometown team looking to overcome a string of playoff misfortune. Here’s the rundown. (8:08 pm)
This Friday, early-morning sober dance party Daybreaker hits the Arts and Industries Building--our first national museum, reopening soon! Code 730DC gets 20% off.
Reminders from the Weekly Scheduler
Baked and Wired in Georgetown is hosting a free tasting of its new menu items. Cupcake enthusiasts this one is for you. (5:30pm)
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence released a calendar of over 30 community events, like a grassroots comedy show and a Halloween pet parade. (all month)
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