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Boundary Stone hosts the world premiere of a truly local beer: DC Brau’s rich Penn Quarter Porter aged for six months in barrels that once held Catoctin Creek whiskey.
“The Big Lebowski” has little in common with “The Rocky Horror Picture show,” save for a cult fanbase that occasionally dresses in costume for screenings. The annual Dude Fest is your best chance to wear a bathrobe to the movies.
Demetri Martin comes to town to present his usual variety of non sequiturs, observations and smart silliness.
Choreographer Margaret Jenkins unveils a new piece called “Light Moves” with media artist Naomie Kremer, composer Paul Dresher, poet Michael Palmer and live music by the Paul Dresher Ensemble.
Laugh it up at Riot Act when some of the funniest entries from the DC Shorts Film Festival screen between live comedy acts.