Cocktail Parties For Both Hipsters & Breast Cancer

Wednesday, October 13: In October we celebrate America's Favorite Cancer, and women everywhere are lining up for their pink ribbons, hoping that maybe one day they'll conquer this disease, with ribbons. Bright Pink, a national organization that provides education and support to young women at high risk for breast and ovarian cancer, is hosting a Breast Cancer Awareness month fundraiser tonight at Current Sushi. Suggested donated is $10. [Bright Pink Cocktail Reception]

  • Saturday, October 16: The new brunch menu at Masa 14 offers unlimited food and drinks, a most excellent combination. The $35 deal includes multiple servings of Latin-Asian inspired (small) dishes and bottomless "libations" (drinks), including a Rye Bacon Bloody Mary and a Mango-Blood Orange Mimosa. [Masa 14]
  • Tuesday, October 19: Hipster magazine Worn celebrates the many sides of skinny jeans and the launch of their second issue with a party a U Street Music Hall. The party features 10 (yes, ten) DJs who will be dressed in their best skinny jeans for the occasion. [Worn Magazine Issue 2 Launch Party]
  • DC Slices: At last week's Food Truck Circle Jerk -- where Washingtonians stood in soup kitchen-like lines for their lobster roll handout -- only one food truck did not run out of food: DC Slices. We salute DC Slices for making pizza with the skill and speed of the most nimble fingered sweatshop workers. Well done. Buy their pizza. It comes with a side of fresh basil. [DC Slices]
  • Eat At Your Desk: Inspire Magazine provides food, decorating and jihadist terror tips for the Everyday Terrorist. The tip of the month? "A random hit at a crowded restaurant in Washington DC at lunch hour ... might end up knocking out a few government employees."  On the bright side, if everyone is going to start bringing their lunch to work, this could mean an increase in funding for the construction of supermarkets. [Inspire Magazine via CNN]

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