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The Hotlist: 11 things to see, eat, drink and do in November 2015

Welcome to the Hotlist, a monthly preview of the happenings you shouldn't miss in the weeks ahead.

Branching out: A guide to local craft cider

Suddenly, craft cider is everywhere. Our guide visits the top cidermakers in Virginia and Maryland, and looks at places to get cider in Washington D.C.

Tacos in Washington: An overstuffed wrap up of the local tacosphere

Get a taste of the tortillas, toppings and styles taking over the D.C. area.

Christ Child Opportunity Shop offers estate-sale flair, a hoarder’s volume and a chance to help those in need.

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Check out the opening of Montgomery County's newest brewery, play board games at a late-night happy hour or watch a pink, glittery cabaret show at Town.

The bar, from the team behind New York City's Ward III and the Rum House, is expected to open in mid-December.

These guys become transcendent when topped with a piece of Rob Sonderman's pork belly.

Jennifer Lawrence shines in her final role as Katniss Everdeen in the last "Hunger Games" film.

The black-box space will debut Jan. 29 at 13th and L streets NW.

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The tasting room will sell growlers and have up to 12 beers to sample, while the brewery will allow Right Proper to distribute its beers to other bars.

Laugh it up with Brian Posehn and Jordan Carlos, sip something special for D.C. Cocktail Week, chill out at Ice! and dance for France at the Rock & Roll Hotel.

$20 DINER | Two new restaurants take vastly different approaches to Korean fried chicken.

BWI, Reagan National and Dulles airports are emphasizing local brands and fare in their dining options.

At the Trinidad Theatre, the singer uses strings and horns to amplify her off-beat music creations.

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Kim, the former chef at Pabu in Baltimore, will open his restaurant with lunch before adding dinner service on Dec. 4.

The country singer performs fresh material at the Fillmore on Friday.

Plus: The Kennedy Center hosts its first District of Comedy Festival, Dr. John returns to the Hamilton and Metric comes to Silver Spring.

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