What to Expect Around Town This Weekend (Jan. 9-10)

by Andrew Ramonas January 8, 2016 at 4:25 pm 0

No Pants Subway Ride DC (Photo via Facebook/Capitol Improv)

Happy New Year, Borderstan reader. Hope the holidays treated you well.

After five full days of work, we’re ready for the weekend and figure you are, too.

The good news is that you won’t have to contend with snow and daytime highs below the low 50s if you venture outside this weekend, according to the National Weather Service. The bad news is rain, fog and clouds are in the forecast for Saturday and Sunday.

Here’s what else you might want to know for the weekend:


  • Cartoonist Adam Griffiths is stopping by Miss Pixie’s Furnishings & Whatnot Saturday.
  • Bier Baron in Dupont is having a “nerdlesque” show Saturday.
  • Unusual boxing contenders are set to pay homage to Elvis Presley through a “fight club” meeting in Columbia Heights Saturday.
  • U Street Music Hall co-owner Will Eastman and DJ Ozker will pay tribute to electronic music duo Daft Punk and French house music in general during this event Saturday.
  • Could an event called “Fresh to Death” be anything other than a tribute to 90s hip hop? DJs Carrie Nation and Jennder will lead attendees through an aural journey from the past at Black Cat Saturday.
  • A certified yoga instructor will lead attendees through several poses that are suitable for any experience level for Sothing Sunday Yoga at the Shaw/Watha T. Daniel Library. Attendees must bring their own mat and towel.
  • Songbyrd Music House & Record Cafe in Adams Morgan is hosting a “Bowie Brunch” Sunday.
  • Don’t feel like wearing pants while riding the Metro Sunday? Want to confuse visiting Green Bay Packers fans and other unsuspecting Metro users? There’s an event for that. And an after-party.

Stuff you should know:

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