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Thursday, December 13, 2018

DEC

13

Thu

Anatole France and Gaston Paris, 6-7:30pm at Dumbarton Oaks Music Room (1703 32nd Street, NW). Michel Zink, member and Permanent Secretary of the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres (Institut de France), will deliver a lecture on fin-de-siècle Parisian culture and French writers Gaston Paris and Anatole France, preceded by a gallery viewing from 5:30 to 6:00 p.m. An expert on medieval French literature, Zink is the author of a number of publications, including Bienvenue au Moyen Âge and Nature et poésie au Moyen Âge. FREE

DEC

13

Thu

Building Bridges in Science | Innovation and Exchange | Chapter 1 - Health, 9am-2pm at Embassy of Argentina (1600 New Hampshire Avenue Northwest). Join us for the first meeting of the Building Bridges in Science: Innovation and Exchange series, which will address opportunities and challenges of science and innovation in Argentina. Networking lunch following. FREE

DEC

13

Thu

North Korea Sanctions Enforcement Challenge: Avoiding Financial Derisking, at CRDF Global (1776 Wilson Blvd, #300, Arlington, VA 22209). Lunch will be provided starting at 12:00 PM. The event will start promptly at 12:30 PM. Please contact Timothy Westmyer at CRDF Global ([email protected]) if you have any questions about the event. FREE

DEC

13

Thu

Argentina in Economic Crisis Again: IMF, Friend or Foe?, 6-8:30pm at Malbec Restaurant (1633 17th St NW). *Talk will begin after 6:30; starting at 6 so we have time to enjoy happy hour prices on good Argentinian wine and bites beforehand* Argentina is dealing with yet another economic crisis that could cause the second-largest economy in South America to default, and the future doesn’t look any brighter. FREE

DEC

13

Thu

2019 AAAS Mason Award for Women in Chemical Sciences: Ceremony & Reception, 5-7pm at American Association for the Advancement of Science (1200 New York Avenue Northwest, 2nd Floor). The Marion Milligan Mason Awards, made possible by a $2.2 million bequest to AAAS by chemist and long-time AAAS member, Marion Tuttle Milligan Mason, who sought to support the advancement of women in the chemical sciences and to honor her family's commitment to higher education for women, are designed to support Women in the Chemical Sciences to kickstart the research career of promising future senior investigators in the chemical sciences. FREE

DEC

13

Thu

Heifetz Holiday Concert at the Kreeger Museum, 6:30-9:30pm at Kreeger Museum (2401 Foxhall Road Northwest). Tis The Season! Join us Thursday night, December 13th for the annual performance at The Kreeger Museum by the outstanding young artists of the Heifetz International Music Institute. Our all-star cast of Heifetz alumni and friends will be led by violinist and new Artistic Director Nicholas Kitchen (of the Borromeo String Quartet), and will include guitarist Robby Brown, violinists Danny Jin, and Kiarra Saito- Beckman, violist Matthew Cohen, and cellist Zhihao Wu, all standout performers from the 2018 Heifetz summer Festival of Concerts. FREE

DEC

13

Thu

Introducing IIASA DG Albert van Jaarsveld, 5:30-7pm at NAS Keck Center (500 5th St. NW). Dr. Albert van Jaarsveld, who became IIASA Director General and CEO effective October 1, 2018, brings extensive leadership experience to IIASA, both in academic and research management positions. From 2015-2018, he served as Vice Chancellor and Principal of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, and from 2009 to 2015, he was Chief Executive Officer of South Africa’s National Research Foundation, where he doubled the budget and led the research funder’s drive for excellence and transformation across the South African national research landscape. FREE

DEC

13

Thu

Leadership Voices: Nick Rasmussen, 5:30-8:30pm at New America (740 15th St NW #900). The Leadership Voices series, a partnership between the McCain Institute for International Leadership and New America, features today’s icons and trailblazers from across business, politics, sports and technology to share their journeys from their first internships to their current posts and from being on the sidelines of decisions to being the ones making the final call. Focused on actionable tips and advice for young, ambitious change makers, Leadership Voices highlights how the people we look up to got to where they are – and how you can get there, too. FREE

DEC

13

Thu

ATARC Federal Technology Modernization Summit, 7:30am-6pm at Washington Marriott at Metro Center (775 12th St NW ). This educational, one-day symposium, which is free to government and academia, will discuss the ecosystem of IT Modernization within the Federal Government, including the Congressional Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act, the GSA Centers of Excellence, IT Category Management, and the Report to the President on IT Modernization for protecting high value assets, encouraging cloud migration and the emphasizing shared services. FREE

DEC

13

Thu

VIDA Fitness' Holiday Bazaar, 5:30-8:30pm at VIDA – U Street (1612 U St NW). VIDA Fitness is relieving the DC area of gift-giving anxiety by bringing fun, local retailers into their studios for a Holiday Bazaar this December. The Holiday Bazaar will be open to the public on Wednesday, December 12 at VIDA’s City Vista location and again on Thursday, December 13 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at VIDA’s U Street location. Retailers include District Distillery, District of Clothing, Dani Marie Artistry, Prescription Chicken, LuLaroe, Grape Intentions, Freres Branchiaux, Milk Bar,Snowing in Space Coffee, Metal and Stone Creations and Bicycle Trash. All local merchants will provide a discount and distribute free samples. FREE

Friday, December 14, 2018

DEC

14

Fri

Drink the District: Wine Winter Edition, 6-9pm at La Maison Française at The French Embassy (4101 Reservoir Rd NW). The winter edition of the Drink the District Wine Festival is "Holiday Themed", with a wide varity of wines to choose from. While you're tasting your way through the festival or nibbling on cheese, you can get some shopping done, too. Why not travel to France in the Winter? $60+

DEC

14

Fri

Neurosciences Holiday Party, 8-11pm at Hawthorne (1336 U Street Northwest). Everyone is invited for the combined Neurosciences Holiday Party!! Last year was awesome but this one is lining up to be the best yet!! We are having a cocktail style reception with appetizers and 2 drinks vouchers included with your ticket. Come and enjoy a great time with your coworkers!! $35

DEC

14

Fri

40 Years of the Spanish Constitution, 1-2:30pm at Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain (2801 16th Street Northwest). The event begins with opening remarks by Spanish Ambassador Santiago Cabanas, followed by the presentation of Argelia Queralt, professor at the University of Barcelona, on the topic “40 Years of the Spanish Constitution”. The presentation will be followed by a dialogue with the audience, moderated by Amanda Mars. FREE

Saturday, December 15, 2018

DEC

15

Sat

Wreaths Across America , 7pm at Arlington National Cemetery. There is no sign-up or registration required for you or your family to participate. For those wanting to observe the arrival of the Wreath Truck Convoy, which will arrive at approximately 7:45am on Saturday, ANC will begin their screening process at 7:00am at the ANC Welcome Center. FREEvolunteer cause charity

DEC

15

Sat

Drink the District: Wine Winter Edition, Varies at La Maison Française at The French Embassy (4101 Reservoir Rd NW). The winter edition of the Drink the District Wine Festival is "Holiday Themed", with a wide varity of wines to choose from. While you're tasting your way through the festival or nibbling on cheese, you can get some shopping done, too. Why not travel to France in the Winter? $60+

DEC

15

Sat

Meet David and Mark Shannon, 10:30-11:30am at DC Public Library Georgetown BranchHosted by the DC Public Library Georgetown Branch, brothers and author/illustrator team Mark and David Shannon will offer a reading of their book, The Acrobat and the Angel. This beautifully written and illustrated story will delight young audience members, who will also be able to engage with the Shannons and participate in other fun activities after the reading. FREE

DEC

15

Sat

BHeart Holiday Event - Evening of Music, Fun and Holiday Cheer!, 5-8pm at Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina (2109 E Street Northwest). Featuring students of the Bosnian-Herzegovinian School of Language and Cultural Heritage, as well as other talented performers from our community. Reception to follow. $35+

DEC

15

Sat

Perayaan Natal Masyarakat Indonesia 2018, 5-9pm at Wisma Indonesia (2700 Tilden Street, NW). Perayaan Natal Masyarakat Indonesia 2018 / Christmas Celebration Indonesian Community 2018. FREE

DEC

15

Sat

Women for Trump Holiday Reception, 7:30-10pm at The Willard Washington D.C. (1401 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest). Please join Women for Trump in our nation’s capital on December 15th for our first annual Holiday Reception at the legendary Willard Intercontinental. $125

DEC

15

Sat

The Dance Institute of Washington's Presents "Dancing In the Light", 7:30-9pm (3400 14th St NW). The Dance Institute of Washington presents Dancing in the Light (Levels 3B and Up), a festive ballet and diverse dance concert to light up the holiday season. Through this event, complete with a community gathering and performance, DIW wishes to show appreciation for its many donors and supporters, and celebrate the living legacy of founder Fabian Barnes and the impact DIW’s 30+ years have had on DC youth and families. $25+

DEC

15

Sat

A Holiday Networking Reception - NANBPWC, 2-5pm (1806 New Hampshire Ave., NW). National President, Diane Toppin, invites you to a "Holiday Networking Reception". Come meet and greet the president of the nation's oldest business and professional women's organization - founded in 1935. FREE

DEC

15

Sat

Gera-show Live Third Year Anniversary & Fundraising Reception, 5-9pm at Fraser Mansion (1701 20th St. NW ). The Gera Show Live programm founded in July 2015 in Alexandria, Virginia, USA to provide a niche transmission programming that targets the growing Ethiopian community globally. $100

Sunday, December 16, 2018

DEC

16

Sun

Jane Austen Birthday Tea, 1-3pm at Dumbarton House (2715 Q St NW). Guests will graciously enjoy High Tea, Jane Austen Trivia, Games, Cake, Gifts and the presence of their host Mrs. Bennett $35

DEC

16

Sun

CS (Couchsurfing) Family Christmas - All Are Welcome!, 2pm at Tivoli Gardens (1445 Ogden St NW). What makes the holidays? Warmth and love! ❤️ 💕 ❤️ Share your holiday cheer with the couchsurfing family. It's a great moment to introduce yourself if you haven't yet. FEAST! Bring HOLIDAY food and libations! Savory is better than sweet. No chips. FREE

DEC

16

Sun

The Dance Institute of Washington's Presents "Dancing In the Light", 3pm (3400 14th St NW). The Dance Institute of Washington presents Dancing in the Light (Levels 3B and Up), a festive ballet and diverse dance concert to light up the holiday season. Through this event, complete with a community gathering and performance, DIW wishes to show appreciation for its many donors and supporters, and celebrate the living legacy of founder Fabian Barnes and the impact DIW’s 30+ years have had on DC youth and families. $25

Monday, December 17, 2018

DEC

17

Mon

Las Posadas Navideñas 2018, 5-8pm at St. Joseph's Catholic Church (313 2nd Street Northeast). Las Posadas Navideñas is a Latin American tradition which recreates Mary and Joseph’s quest for shelter. This interactive pageant gives its participants a chance to dress up, sing and feast in celebration of Jesus’ upcoming birth. FREE

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

DEC

18

Tue

Annual Strad Concert: Brentano Quartet & Huang in Mozart, Brahms & Mendelssohn, 8-10pm at Library of Congress, Thomas Jefferson Building, Coolidge Auditorium (10 First Street, SE (Corner of 1st and Independence)). What’s better than hearing one string quintet played on five Stradivari instruments? Hearing three quintets! Using five of the Library’s legendary instruments, the Brentano Quartet is joined by violist Hsin-Yun Huang in performances of three major works from the repertory. Don’t miss your chance to hear two of only a dozen or so Stradivari violas in existence, expertly handled in performances of this rich repertoire. FREE

DEC

18

Tue

French Series - How to Reform Multilateralism to Support Peace?, 6-7:30pm at La Maison Francaise at the Embassy of France (4101 Reservoir Road NW ). While international cooperation is under threat and we are facing increasing challenges, President Macron has proposed holding the Paris Peace Forum from November 11 to 13. The joint statement with the international organizations published on November 14 strongly reaffirms that: “Working together multilaterally is not optional; it is the only answer.” However, the current multilateral system is unconvincing and is facing growing criticism in the context of isolationism and the rise of populism. FREE

DEC

18

Tue

United States Botanical Garden: Live Seasonal Music, 5:30-8pm at United States Botanic Garden Conservatory (100 Maryland Avenue, SW). Evenings in the Conservatory are magical! Join us for live seasonal music in the Garden Court. The Conservatory will stay open until 8:00 p.m. for these programs. Please note: Limited seating will be available. Seating will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Seating will open around 5:30 p.m. FREE

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

DEC

19

Wed

4th Annual Community Cornerstones Awards, 6:30-8pm at John Wilson District Building (1350 Pennsylvania Ave. NW). At-Large Councilmember Anita Bonds invites you to attend her 4th Annual Community Cornerstones Awards on December 19, 2018 from 6:30pm until 8:00pm at the John Wilson District Building. FREE

DEC

19

Wed

Soupstar: Giovanni Guidi and Gianluca Petrella in concert, 6-8pm at Italian Cultural Institute @ Embassy of Italy (3000 Whitehaven St, NW). Finally Washingtonian jazz enthusiasts will get a chance to experience a live performance by two of the most interesting talents of Italian music: Giovanni Guidi (piano) and Gianluca Petrella (trombone), presenting the album “Soupstar”, a name that reflects the improvisational alchemy between their instruments. The concert will allow us to discover the unusual connection between these two musicians, who can successfully create their own tunes or enjoy themselves on classics like “Over The Rainbow” and “Prelude to a Kiss”. FREE

DEC

19

Wed

GeoAg Sustainability Workshop - Washington, DC, 6-8pm at African Union Embassy Mission (1640 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest). At the GeoAg Workshop you will learn the fundamentals of gardening indoors or outdoors permanently with rocks. Our fall classes focus on using rock to assemble your personal micro-farm at home to enjoy green nutrition indoors year round on a small table; even during the fall and winter. $50

DEC

19

Wed

J-Film: Let's Go, JETS! From Small Town Girls to U.S.Champions?!, 6:30-8:30pm at Japan Information & Culture Center, Embassy of Japan (1150 18th Street Northwest, Suite 100). Film program begins at 6:30 PM. Doors open 30 minutes prior. FREE

DEC

19

Wed

Soupstar: Giovanni Guidi and Gianluca Petrella in concert, 6-8pm at Italian Cultural Institute @ Embassy of Italy (3000 Whitehaven St, NW). Finally Washingtonian jazz enthusiasts will get a chance to experience a live performance by two of the most interesting talents of Italian music: Giovanni Guidi (piano) and Gianluca Petrella (trombone), presenting the album “Soupstar”, a name that reflects the improvisational alchemy between their instruments. The concert will allow us to discover the unusual connection between these two musicians, who can successfully create their own tunes or enjoy themselves on classics like “Over The Rainbow” and “Prelude to a Kiss”. FREE

DEC

19

Wed

Councilmember McDuffie's Ward 5 Holiday Party, 6-9pm at Dock5 (1309 5th Street Northeast). Join Councilmember Kenyan R. McDuffie and the Ward 5 community to come together to celebrate the holiday season. FREE

Thursday, December 20, 2018

DEC

20

Thu

United States Botanical Garden: Live Seasonal Music, 5:30-8pm at United States Botanic Garden Conservatory (100 Maryland Avenue, SW). Evenings in the Conservatory are magical! Join us for live seasonal music in the Garden Court. The Conservatory will stay open until 8:00 p.m. for these programs. Please note: Limited seating will be available. Seating will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Seating will open around 5:30 p.m. FREE

Friday, December 21, 2018

✡️ (Sponsored) Check out the newest Jewish monthly Shabbat “experience” (it’s much more than a service!)✡️
At the only community serving the SW Waterfront! For more details, see: District Shabbat

DEC

21

Fri

The Shortest Day, 6-8pm at Italian Cultural Institute @ Embassy of Italy (3000 Whitehaven St, NW). Some like it short! On the occasion of the shortest day of the year, join us on December 21st for an entertaining evening of quirky, amusing and insightful short films representing some of the best emerging talents of Italian cinema. FREE

Tuesday, December 25, 2018

🎄MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Thursday, December 27, 2018

DEC

27

Thu

United States Botanical Garden: Live Seasonal Music, 5:30-8pm at United States Botanic Garden Conservatory (100 Maryland Avenue, SW). Evenings in the Conservatory are magical! Join us for live seasonal music in the Garden Court. The Conservatory will stay open until 8:00 p.m. for these programs. Please note: Limited seating will be available. Seating will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Seating will open around 5:30 p.m. FREE

Saturday, December 29, 2018

DEC

29

Sat

Francophonie Holiday Party @ The French Embassy, 6-9pm at Embassy of France (La Maison Francaise) (4101 Reservoir Road, NW). It is almost time to close year 2015's Chapter. Let us celebrate it in French Style. Please feel free to dress up in your holiday festive outfits. But it is not mandatory. $45

Monday, December 31, 2018

🎊HAPPY NEW YEAR'S EVE!🎊

DEC

31

Mon

New Year's Eve Celebration With Dov Davidoff, 7:30 or 10:15pm at DC Improv (1140 Connecticut Avenue NW). Say hello to 2019 by partying with us! The amazing Dov Davidoff headlines, and we've got two shows to choose from. $35+

DEC

31

Mon

Washington DC New Year's Eve Passport to the World Gala, 9pm+ at Embassy Suites by Hilton Washington DC Convention Center (900 10th Street Northwest). Our New Years Eve gala is our hottest party of the year. Each year, more than 3,000 people join us for one amazing night. You won't find this amount of entertainment anywhere else! $99+

DEC

31

Mon

New Year's Eve International Gala at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, 9pm+ at Omni Shoreham Hotel (2500 Calvert Street Northwest). Tonight, we circle the globe and touch countries from all continents to make this a truly WORLD WIDE WELCOME into 2019! $109+

DEC

31

Mon

17th International Spy Gala | Washington DC's Sexiest New Year's Eve Party, 9pm-2am at Washington Plaza Hotel (10 Thomas Circle, N.W.). The Seventeenth Annual International Spy Gala is an All Inclusive, Upscale, Black-tie optional party for all ages (21+to 50's+). Since 2009, it has been held at the Washington Plaza Hotel. Accept your mission: Countdown to 2019 as a Spy and receive superstar service from the moment you arrive until your mission ends. $97+

DEC

31

Mon

New Year's Eve 2019 Masquerade at A-Town, 9om-2am at A-Town Bar & Grill (4100 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA 22203). For the 7th year in a row, we here at A-Town will be packing the house for another awesome edition of New Year's Eve! Join us on December 31st, 2018 as we turn A-Town into your New Year’s Eve headquarters! Every New Year’s Eve we fill all the way up with well-dressed party people ready to ring in the New Year in style. $25+

DEC

31

Mon

NYE at Grand Central, 9pm-1am at Grand Central (2447 18th St NW). Throw on your best party attire and pop the champagne! Ring in 2019 with friends at Grand Central in the heart of Adams Morgan. Best part about a party in AdMo? You can bar hop and keep the party going all night long after the ball drops. Bring it on 2019! $59

DEC

31

Mon

NYE at Kelly's Irish Times, 9pm-1am at Kelly's Irish Times (14 F St NW). Throw on your best party attire and ring in 2019 with friends & a little bit of Irish luck at Kelly's Irish Times, voted one of the best bars in America by Esquire Magazine! $59

DEC

31

Mon

New Year's Eve Party at The Holiday Pop-Up Bar, 9:30pm-1am at Miracle on 7th Street (1843 7th Street Northwest). Ring in the New Year at Miracle on 7th Street's ticketed party presented by Taittinger. Entrance includes a free glass of Champagne, special New Year’s punches, festive party favors and a countdown inside Miracle's New Year’s Eve Ball. (Tickets can be purchased via Eventbrite or at the door, depending on availability.) $20

DEC

31

Mon

New Year's Eve {A MIDNIGHT IN PARIS EDITION}, 10pm-1:30am at La Vie (88 District Square SW). By way of introduction, we are the group behind Washington DC's gigantic and memorable New Year's Eve Gatsby Galas. At different venues like Newseum and Sequoia, we used to host 5,000 - 7,000 people. Yes, what you read is correct, five thousand to seven thousand. Of course, we won't have that many people at La Vie. But be ready to dance the night away, with many party goers! $125+

DEC

31

Mon

NYE Velvet Rope Gala @ The Hardrock Cafe, 9pm-3am at Hard Rock Cafe (999 E Street Northwest). $40

DEC

31

Mon

FIG & OLIVE Washington DC - White & Gold New Year's Eve Party, 9-11pm at FIG & OLIVE (934 Palmer Alley NW). Join us for an elegant evening at our Cocktail Reception featuring select Fig & Olive Signature cocktails, passed hors d'oeuvres from the "Cuisine of the Sun", festive decor and live DJ. $115+

January 2019

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

JAN

8

Tue

DevOpsDC Monthly Meetup, 6:30-9pm at Excella Consulting (2300 Wilson Blvd, Suite 630 · Arlington, VA). Join us for our monthly DevOpsDC Meetup. 6:30 - 7:00 - Meet, greet, and eat, 7:00 - 7:15 - Introductions and Announcements, 7:15 - 8:45 - Presentations, discussions, etc., 8:45 - 9:00 - Networking. FREE

Sunday, January 13, 2019

JAN

13

Sun

Happy Hour for Veterans and Patriots For Disabled Divers!, 5pm at Hill Country BBQ (410 7th St NW). Come enjoy happy hour and raise money for Patriots for Disabled Divers! PFDD is a local nonprofit that teaches disabled veterans and other disabled individuals how to scuba dive as a form of therapy! Cover charge of $15 will go toward the nonprofit. $15

JAN

13

Sun

ZOFO: Sunday evening concert, 7-9pm at Dumbarton Oaks Music Room (1703 32nd Street, NW). Since joining forces as a professional duo in 2009, internationally acclaimed solo pianists Eva-Maria Zimmermann and Keisuke Nakagoshi have electrified audiences from Carnegie Hall to Tokyo with their dazzling artistry and outside-the-box thematic programming for “one piano four hands.” The Grammy-nominated ensemble makes its Dumbarton Oaks debut playing works by Franz Schubert, Samuel Barber, Urmas Sisask, and Terry Riley. FREE

Monday, January 14, 2019

JAN

14

Mon

ZOFO: Sunday evening concert, 8-10pm at Dumbarton Oaks Music Room (1703 32nd Street, NW). Since joining forces as a professional duo in 2009, internationally acclaimed solo pianists Eva-Maria Zimmermann and Keisuke Nakagoshi have electrified audiences from Carnegie Hall to Tokyo with their dazzling artistry and outside-the-box thematic programming for “one piano four hands.” The Grammy-nominated ensemble makes its Dumbarton Oaks debut playing works by Franz Schubert, Samuel Barber, Urmas Sisask, and Terry Riley. FREE

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

JAN

15

Tue

JAY MYSELF: A SPECIAL CONVERSATION WITH STEPHEN WILKES & JAY MAISEL, 6:30-8pm at National Geographic Campus, Gilbert H. Grosvenor Auditorium (1145 17th Street NW). Join renowned photographers and artists Jay Maisel and Stephen Wilkes as they share stories about their work, lives, and friendship, as well as the making of Stephen’s documentary feature, Jay Myself. See clips from this powerful new film about Jay Maisel, who, in February 2015 after 48 years, begrudgingly sold his home—the 30,000-square-foot, 100-year-old landmark building in Manhattan known simply as “The Bank.” $25

February 2019

Monday, February 11, 2019

FEB

11

Mon

Expand the Field, 7:30-9pm at National Geographic Campus, Gilbert H. Grosvenor Auditorium (1145 17th Street NW). For more than 130 years, National Geographic has expanded the understanding of our planet and beyond by supporting a diverse group of bold people and their transformative ideas. Join us, on the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, for a special night with some of our amazing explorers—linguistic anthropologist Sandhya Narayanan, paleoanthropologist and stand-up comic Ella Al-Shamahi, oceanographer Katy Croff Bell, and carnivore ecologist Rae Wynn-Grant—who are pushing the boundaries of scientific knowledge, building a diverse community of innovators, and inspiring the next generation of changemakers. $25

Saturday, February 16, 2019

FEB

16

Sat

The Ultimate 80's Prom, 8pm at Rock & Roll Hotel (1353 H St. NE). On February 16th Rock and Roll Hotel will make Heaven a Place on Earth with The Ultimate 80s Prom, featuring The Ultimate 80's Tribute Band "The New Romance". Skinny ties, Members Only jackets, Big Hair and crazy neon spandex are encouraged! Find a date, roll stag, grab a group of friends, and get your tickets today! $15

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