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The Hotlist: 12 things to see, eat, drink and do in July 2015

Welcome to the Hotlist, a monthly preview of the happenings you shouldn't miss in the weeks ahead. Here's what's coming up in July.

Battle of the ballpark belly-busters: Nationals Park vs. Camden Yards

The $20 Diner's Hunger Games: Eating everything served by the Nationals and Orioles and keeping score.

Best summer beers: Stay cool and look cool with these refreshing brews

Suns out, suds out: These are the seasonal pours to look for, whether you're heading for a barbecue or a barstool.

Laugh along with comedians Sasheer Zamata and David Koechner, get your baseball fix at the Newseum, watch "Star Trek" under the stars and chow down on barbecue at Mess Hall.

Big-name players and an intimate venue make this event a must-see for longtime and novice fans.

For those interested in continued education on the cheap, here's a list of some of the area’s most engaging and enlightening classes you can take for free

You’ve blown your summer budget, and there’s still a month to go. Don’t sweat it. We’ve rounded up fun stuff to do for every day in August — and it won’t cost you a penny.

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The world's foodways converge in Langley Park.

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Admission to the public party includes unlimited drinks and passed hors d'oeuvres.

3 stars | Two chefs make it crystal-clear why this is the place to be in Vienna right now.

Brown, who drowned on Friday, will be honored at his Bloomingdale restaurant.

Whim Pop started as a farmers market vendor and now has its first storefront.

For the next four days, the fast-casual pizza restaurant will offer half-price craft beer from 5 to 7 p.m.

The Going Out Guide recommends free things to do this week.

Washington Post restaurant critic Tom Sietsema continues his tour of America's dining capitals in the City of Brotherly Love.

FIRST BITE | Chef Alex Garcia combines Cuban, American and other flavors, but not always logically.

Two options for hip-hop heads looking for something beyond the usual radio fare.

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