To Do: Martin Garbus, English Country Dancing and the Chinese New Year


* CRAP at the Black Cat. A night of intentionally bad music. Free at 10PM. [Crap-DC]

* Lily Allen at the 9:30 Club. It's sold out, but you probably have ways. With Aaron LaCrate. [9:30 Club]

* First Amendment lawyer Martin Garbus "warns of the threat of an incoming 'textualist' bench that wishes to roll back reforms won over the last century." He'll talk about The Next Twenty-Five Years at Politics & Prose. [P&P]


* The ultimate DC RPG is the George Washington Birthnight Ball . It's 1799 and you'll be treated to an "18th century banquet, English country dancing, dessert collation, character re-enactors, and General and Mrs. George Washington themselves. Strangle Baby Washington in the crib to prevent the Holocaust! $75 at 5:30PM at Gadsby's Tavern Museum. [Gadsby's Tavern]

* Assrockers at the Warehouse with Channel 43. 9:30PM. [WND]

* Asylum has replaced their women-only Jello wrestling with a "Jammies and Jameson" night. Pillow fights, free shots of Jameson and major league creeps galore. The bar's mission statement is " To Have A Fuckin' Good Time..." and this means they will never, ever cut you off. [Asylum]


* Chinese New Year Parade in Chinatown. A five-story high firecracker will be lit. 2-5PM. [WP]

* The Open Road at the National Gallery. " The Open Road was shot by Claude Friese-Greene, a leading European cinematographer who experimented with an early color process to record his journeys through out-of-the-way and middle-of-the-road destinations... The result is a series of twenty-six 'color postcards,' all of which were screened weekly in Britain's neighborhood cinemas during the 1920s." Free at 4:30PM. [National Gallery]


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