To Do: Binging and Purging Your Brain Cells

Friday


* The Hidden Hand, Wooly Mammoth and Report Suspicious Activity at the Black Cat. $10 at 9PM. [Black Cat]

* Godfather of Go Go Chuck Brown featuring Little Benny & Friends at the 9:30 Club with Junk Yard Band. $25 at 9PM. [9:30 Club]

* THE OTTO LOTTO at the Ottobar in Baltimore. They're giving away 20 tickets good for every single show in 2007. Plus live music from The Payola Reserve, The Seldon Plan, These United States, Private Eleanor & Vandaveer. Both upstairs and downstairs. Free at 8PM. [Ottobar]

Saturday

* Victor Sjöström's A Man There Was from 1917 and The Sea Vultures from 1916 . Based on Henrik Ibsen's epic poem Terje Vigen, A Man There Was marks "the beginning of Sweden's golden age." National Gallery. Free at 2PM. [National Gallery]

* Lake Trout, Two if By Sea and The Device at the Rock and Roll Hotel. $10 at 9PM. [R&R Hotel]

Sunday

* The Liberation Dance party hosts a New Year's Bash at DC9. One free drink, champagne toast, dancing to new music videos and the thrill of breaking old CDs. $25 at 9PM. The first floor bar doesn't have a cover, but you don't get to break anything either. [DC9]

* Buck Hill at Twins Jazz. $75 buys admission, three-course meal, party favors and a bottle of champagne. $100 gets you a lap dance from the sax legend himself. [Twins Jazz]

* Bar Pilar and Galaxy Hut are both advertising "low key" evenings. We like low key, but don't forget that these are crawl spaces. Leave your fat friends at home. [Bar Pilar and Galaxy Hut]

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