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Stay sunny and warm with our end-of-summer bucket list.

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The Going Out Guide recommends free or low-cost things to do this week. (Events are free unless otherwise noted.)

U Street Music Hall co-owner Will Eastman brings the long-running monthly event to a close after one last throwdown.

Bar a Vin, from brothers Ian and Eric Hilton, will serve wine primarily from France and a few “nibbles."

The fruity concoction is made from the dried skins of coffee cherries.

Janelle Monae's DJ is coming to town, and he's bringing a futuristic musical collective with a pastoral name.

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Lily Tomlin shines in director Paul Weitz's latest film.

The downtown spot adds a new genre to the city's growing fast-casual scene.

This decadent treat made by bakery Paisley Fig is only available once a month, so get one while supplies last.

Laugh with Ron Funches and Improvapalooza, get down at Trillectro, cheer the Dragon Boat Regatta and go back in time at the Maryland Renaissance Festival.

From the Landmark Music Festival to '90s British alt-rock acts, five shows to have on your calendar this month.

The pioneering Houston rapper and Geto Boys founder performs at the Howard Theatre with Backyard Band.

Two hours or less in a car, on a bus or on a train will get you to dozens of charming towns and hamlets, each seemingly tailor-made for your particular interests. We have the perfect, themed daytrip itinerary just for you.

Plus: The Bentzen Ball announces two more October comedy shows at the Lincoln.

Sharpe will share a kitchen with his friend Hamilton Johnson, who's also cooking in the Chinatown space.

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