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Posted at 01:27 PM ET, 10/31/2011

What to do this week


On Friday the Tune Inn will be open for the first time since June. (Photo by Tim Carman/The Washington Post)
Every Monday, the Going Out Guide publishes an e-mail newsletter with the Going Out Gurus’ recommended events for the week ahead. If you don’t subscribe, here’s a peek at what you’re missing. If you’d like to sign up, you can do that on washingtonpost.com’s Newsletters page; the Going Out Guide is listed under the “Local & Sports” header.

Monday

Trick or eat

Today from 4-6 p.m., Dogfish Head Alehouse in Fairfaxinvites families for a Halloween dinner and trick-or-treating.

Tuesday

Scat master

Grammy-winning jazz vocalist Kurt Elling brings his astonishing vocal range and inspired scat singing to Blues Alley for a show featuring songs from his entire career.

Thursday

The Throne lands in D.C.

It’s the rap tour everyone has been waiting for — Jay-Z and Kanye West perform songs from their collaborative album and their respective catalogues at Verizon Center.

Friday

Tune Inn Friday

The Tune Inn has been closed since a fire swept through the kitchen in June. At 8 a.m. Friday, Capitol Hill’s landmark neighborhood dive reopens for business as usual.

Saturday

Free at the Phillips

In honor of the Phillips Collection’s 90th birthday, the museum opens its doors free of charge and throws a party with dance performances, live music, hands-on art projects, a cash bar and more.

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