• Heist

    Have you checked out the latest hot spot in town? If not, you have the chance tonight to catch DC’s hottest new party at Heist (the former location for Fly and for you old timers like me, Club Red). DJ Sinatra will be on decks and you won’t want to miss him given his work with major artists like 50 Cent, Beyonce and De La Soul. Be sure to dress to impress.


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  • of Montreal

    This band’s show has already sold out at the 9:30 Club but if you find yourself near the venue, try to scalp a ticket and go. Best spot to wait it out? The new bar Satellite Room that is just behind the 9:30 Club. I was there a few weeks ago and fell.in.love.


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  • Tiesto

    If you’ve never seen “The Great DJ of All Time” – here’s your chance. Grab your tickets now and get to Echostage for the fun. It’s worth it, promise.


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  • Bishop Boutique

    Looking to get a great Christmas gift for one of your girlfriends? Stop by my friend Kelly’s lovely boutique in Old Town to grab unique jewelry, shoes or other accessories. You won’t be disappointed!


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  • Queen Bee Designs Hive

    If you make it to Old Town, be sure to stop by this specialty store for more jewelry fun that has been worn by the FLOTUS and other power women in DC. Bonus: everything will be offered at wholesale prices and there will be champagne and catered nibbles to enjoy. Details here.


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  • The John K Band

    If you have seen Furthur, then you know all about the DC area’s John Kadelick. He was with Dark Star Orchestra for twelve years and now performs with his own band when not on tour with Furthur. Catch him at the State Theatre and see what all the fuss is about. He rocks!


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  • Bad Santa Party

    Come on, you know you love it. A party where being naughty is nice? Don your best “Bad Santa” costume and head down to Tony & Joe’s for this annual holiday party featuring DJ Pat Premier on decks, yummy cocktails and ice skating at the new Georgetown rink. No cover, cash bar, optional dinner. Just make sure you dress festive. More info here.


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  • Lyon Hall

    Having been here only a handful of times, I constantly think about going back for brunch. The food is always consistent and the orange slushes are yummy. Get to it!


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December is such a lovely time in DC – the city is decorated beautifully and most hotels, restaurants and bars offer plenty of merriment while showcasing exquisite decorations. The weekend is here again and the city is your oyster. So, get out there and enjoy all it offers this holiday season. After all, it’s the ending weekend of Chanukah and just one more week before Christmas!