TOP 5 FOR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6
Find your polling place.
2. Election Night Jam At Kennedy Center
Enjoy jazz from Jason Moran & The Bandwagon while watching election results on large monitors. Not a bad option if you're bipartisan. 6 p.m., all ages, no cover
3. Brightest Young Things Election Night Party At Bohemian Caverns
Yes, this will be a Democratic crowd, but it's a fun crowd more than anything else. It's also the only party we found that will have cotton candy. A vote for cotton candy is a vote for freedom. Or something. It'll be fun. 5 p.m., 21+, $10
4. Free Burger At Z-Burger
Another good reason to cast a vote.
Seriously. If you don't, P Diddy might kill you.
TOP 5 FOR THE NEXT 5 DAYS
Wednesday, November 7
East Coast Connections: The Birth of the Independent Record Industry in Washington, DC after World War II at Library of Congress
Before Go-Go, before Dischord, there was a flourishing independent, local music scene in the '40s and '50s.
Thursday, November 8
Second Thursday Music: School Street Ramblers at Athenaeum
If you attend our Wednesday pick, why not head even further back in time and hear some "stained-glass bluegrass"?
Friday, November 9
DCWEEK Closing Party at Fashion One
End the tech networking week with 2,999 others. Thirty artists, an open bar and music will fill a "reinvented space" on H Street.
Saturday, November 10
The Joy Formidable at St. Stephens
The last time this Wales band played D.C. they sold out the 9:30 Club. Before that they opened for the Foo Fighters at the Verizon Center. They're about to play a church basement for Positive Force DC. Buy your tickets now. This will sell out in advance.
Sunday, November 11
COLONY at Fort Fringe
One of our favorite Fringe productions from the summer returns four more shows.