Pretend It's Last Tuesday, All Weekend Long


There are plenty of reasons to celebrate this weekend -- not that there's any doubt you haven't been wasted since Tuesday, 11 PM anyway.  Still! Hopey is officially moving to town, which means you don't have to see another one of CNN's dumb holograms again until 2012, at least. And look at this: there are a disproportionate number of excellent Rock and Roll concerts in DC this weekend, including the Sea and Cake, David Byrne, and the Gutter Twins. Plus Art Spiegelman! This is that Change you were promised.


Maus author Art Spiegelman will be at Politics & Prose discussing his affinity for comics and the like. 7 PM. [Politics & Prose]

9:30 Club is hosting the Dark Star Orchestra for two nights, starting tonight. Go to both and compare the set lists because isn't that what you're supposed to do? $26; 7 PM (Fri), 8 PM (Sat).  [9:30 Club]

1/2 Afghan Whigs, 1/2 Screaming Trees: The Gutter Twins are playing the Black Cat. $20; 9 PM. [Black Cat]

Hang out at the Hirshhorn after dark. There'll be a sneak preview of the museum's new contemporary art collection, plus drinks and dancing. 8 PM; $10. [Hirshhorn]


Chicago-based jazz-pop heroes the Sea and Cake, who are awesome awesome awesome, are playing at the Black Cat. $15; 9:30. Go see this thing, really! [Black Cat]

See Catherine Deneuve in A Christmas Tale. It's a movie about French Christmas, or "Noel." [AFI Silver]

The National Gallery is having a Josef von Sternberg six-film marathon, beginning today. This weekend's films are The Salvation Hunters and Children of Divorce. [National Gallery]


Former Talking Heads frontman David Byrne is playing the Warner Theater. 8 PM; about $60. [Warner Theater]


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