To Do: In Case You Can't Get Into Hitch's House


* We hate Deborah "I don't know if I trust you" Soloman. Did you read her provocative interview with Mohsin Hamid last weekend? The author handled her in such a way that we started to like him. Hamid will be at Politics & Prose to discuss The Reluctant Fundamentalist, "This spare and gripping novel in the style of Camus starts and ends with two strangers meeting in a crowded market in Lahore. It is a disturbing commentary on US relations with Islamic people following 9/11. Hamid, a Pakistani native, attended university in the US and lives now in London." Free at 7PM. [P&P]

* And, for a completely different challenge, Tim Gunn of Project Runway will be at the Penn Quarter Olsson's at 3PM. (He'll be at P&P tomorrow at 3PM) [Olsson's]

* An evening of silent film productions of Shakespeare plays at the Library of Congress. There's even a D. W. Griffith Taming of the Shrew. The films are introduced by Dr Judith Buchanan, professor of Film Studies at the UK's University of York. Live piano accompaniment. Free at 7PM. [LOC]


* Fashion show/dancing/shopping/best hair contest/Le Tigre DJ set at the Rock & Roll Hotel. Free before 10PM, $10 after and 10% goes to an Avon Breast Cancer Fundraiser. [Brightest Young Things]

* High Speed Changer at the Warehouse Next Door with John Wayne Hero and The Dark Romantics. 9:30PM. [WND]


* Fancy store Cusp in Georgetown is giving away free food and "hangover kits" to help you recover from Saturday's fashion party at the Rock & Roll Hotel. Free 12PM- 2PM. [Brightest Young Things]

* Bob Edwards discusses his career in journalism as part of the Bethesda Literary Festival. At the Hyatt Regency Bethesda, free at 3:30PM. [Bethesda Literary Festival]

* Willowz, New Rock Church of Fire and Junior League at The Red & The Black. $8 [The Red & The Black]


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