Happy first day of Autumn weekend! Being a massive fan of fall, I am thrilled. Pumpkin spiced lattes, apple picking, winery visits, drives out to Shenandoah to see the fall foliage, sweaters, boots – oh my! So, kick off your weekend with any of the fun options I have lined up for you and enjoy. It may be election season and everyone is busy, but we must take time to enjoy this amazing time of year.

  • Guest of a Guest HH

    This notable blog is hosting a happy hour at A Bar tonight with several drink specials and lots of DC local celebs. Space is limited but if you’re one of the cool people, you will certainly get in.


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  • Capitale

    The grand opening of the newest club in DC is tonight and if you want that inside peek, be sure to drop by between 10pm-2am. It’s gonna be HOT.


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  • Opera Lounge's 1-year Anniversary

    Head down to uber club Opera Lounge to celebrate their one year anniversary. Promising the best sound system in town and the hottest people, you will not be disappointed. For free entry before 11:30pm, vistwww.operadc.com.


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  • Sunshine Jones

    This San Francisco DJ was in DC last year and rocked U Street Hall’s roof off. Get back in to see him do the same tonight. DJ native Sam “the Man” Burns will also be on decks. 10pm; $10.


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  • Wine tour

    September marks the kick off for fall wine tastings in the DC region and you cannot go wrong with any region. Take a glance at all there is to discover on the Virginia Wine or Maryland Wine websites and get your taste on! Note: always be sure to pack nibbles and a blanket, AND bring a DD, and make a day of it.


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  • Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers

    If you haven’t caught some of the “van sessions” that made this group popular, you are missing out. Head to Iota to get a peak at this up and coming band.


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  • The Machine Performs Pink Floyd

    America’s top Pink Floyd show, the Machine has forged a 20-year reputation of extending the legacy of Pink Floyd, while creating another legacy all their own. Check them out at the State Theatre to see what all the fuss is about. 7pm doors, 9pm show; $18.


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  • Ceiba Brunch

    Taking another cue from my buds, the Bitches Who Brunch, since I haven’t been able to brunch in DC in over a month due to travel, I’m pitching Ceiba as the brunch spot this week. I have been to this amazing restaurant through the years for lunches, dinners and cocktails but had no idea they had such a yummy brunch! Enjoy, and #brunchhard!


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  • Madonna World Tour

    It’s Madonna, need I say more?


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