To Do: Open Bar Is a Gay-Themed Reality Television Series

Friday


  • Be Bar Anniversary 2 month party with open bar. [Be Bar]

  • Jay Farrar (Son Volt) and Anders Parker (Varnaline) perform as Gob Iron at the Black Cat. $15 at 9PM, stay for 80s dancing. [Black Cat]
Saturday
  • J.D. McClatchy introduces poet Morri Creech as part of the DC International Poetry Festival at Chapters. 5PM. The festival goes on all weekend with panels, readings, etc. [Chapters]

  • Bourbon Dynasty CD Release Party with Rose and Kid Goat at The Red & The Black. $8 at 9:30PM. [The Red & The Black]
Sunday
  • Thrill Jockey's beautiful Califone has roots in Red Red Meat. With Brent Green at Iota. $10 at 8:30PM. [Iota]

  • Free Simulcast of Madame Butterfly on the Mall. At 2PM. 15,000 are expected so beware. [Washington National Opera]

  • American University Journalism Professor Alicia Shepard talks about her book Woodward and Bernstein, about, you guessed it, "the intersection of journalism, politics, and celebrity that occurred in Woodstein's Watergate reporting." She also discusses how they parted ways afterwards. Politics & Prose. Free at 5PM.

  • China's The World, is "set in World Park, an actual attraction full of scaled-down versions of the world's wonders." Directed by Jia Zhangke. The Freer. Free, but you need a ticket. Tickets are handed out at 1PM, film at 2PM. [Freer]
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