Remix Your Weekend Finals Edition: Treat Yo Self

Breaking the Bubble ZooLights at the National Zoo: Every night until January 1, the National Zoo will be putting on a holiday lights display from 5 until 9 p.m. General admission is free, but for $3 extra you can take a ride down two 150′ long “snowtubing” tracks. Plus, there is no better way to […]

Remix Your Weekend: Ballroom dancing and benefit concerts

Breaking the Bubble Hugh Cornwell at Black Cat Backstage: Cornwell, the vocalist and guitars for British punk band The Stranglers, performs tonight with local post-punk band Dot Dash. The show starts at 8 p.m., and tickets are $15. PEN/Malamud Award: Honoring the work of George Saunders: For those lit nerds out there, there will be […]

Remix Your Weekend: Skating and Spielberg

Ice Skating: Now that temperatures have finally dropped low enough, the National Gallery of Art’s Sculpture Garden Ice Rink will open this weekend. Lace up your skates and hit the ice, and check out the sculptures on display as well. Admission for students with ID is $7 for 2 hours of skating. Free Spielberg: The National Archives […]

Remix Your Weekend: modern Hamlet and a capella

The DC A Cappella Festival 2013: Watch Georgetown’s Phantoms, GraceNotes, Saxatones, and Capitol Gs, NYU’s N’Harmonics, and Yale’s Wiffenpoofs grace the stage at Gaston Hall this Saturday at 7 p.m. Now in its 23rd year, this is one Georgetown tradition you do not want to miss. General admission is $10, but students can get tickets for $8. Tickets can […]

Remix Your Weekend: Get your live music and street fair fix this weekend

Saturday: WGTB presents Twenty One Pilots: On Saturday, Twenty One Pilots is playing courtesy of WGTB. The concert will be on Copley Lawn (Bulldog Alley if it’s raining). The concert starts at 8 pm, with two opening acts. Tickets are $5 in advance or $10 at the door. (e)merge Art Fair: Founded by owners of […]

Remix Your Weekend: It’s a good weekend for festivals

The Shaw Flea Market Opens: The organizers of the Brooklyn Flea market are bringing their expertise to the D.C. area. Opening Saturday in the lot next to 9:30 Club, the market will feature about 70-80 vendors selling antique furniture and vintage clothing. Dulles Day Festival: Enjoy screaming kids, carnival food, and trying to pull an airbus? […]

Remix Your Weekend: Lots of free stuff around the District

  GU Jam Sesh holds first show: The newly-formed community for Georgetown University musicians is sponsoring its first show Saturday. The performances begin at 8 p.m. and end at 10 p.m. because of D.C. noise regulations and will feature Mellen, The Ripples, and Dagos, all student musicians and bands. Rosslyn Jazz Festival: This year’s festival will be […]

Remix Your Weekend: Summer’s last hurrah

Remix Your Weekend is back and is intended to focus on a handful of fun, diverse activities over the course of the weekend. Check Vox on Fridays for the weekly Remix Your Weekend. Jazz in the Garden: The Sculpture Garden (700 Constitution Ave. NW), Friday 5:00 – 8:30 p.m. This Friday marks the summer’s final Jazz in the Garden, […]

Remix Your Weekend: Still time for Cherry Blossoms, plus events and concert listings

Vox presents the revamped Remix Your Weekend, an end-of-week events listing for Georgetown and the greater District. See full listings after the jump. This week, Vox is featuring the 37th Annual Cherry Blossom Festival again, as the flowers have actually bloomed and the weather is nice enough to enjoy them. FEATURED EVENT: Cherry Blossom Festival 2013 (again) If […]

Remix Your Weekend: Experience the full cherry bloom

Vox presents the revamped Remix Your Weekend, an end-of-week events listing for Georgetown and the greater District. See full listings after the jump. This week, Vox‘s featured event is the 37th Annual Cherry Blossom Festival. Featured Event: Cherry Blossom Festival 2013 With Cherry Blossoms expected to peak this weekend after two delays due to cold weather, the 37th […]

Remix Your Weekend: Let the madness begin

FEATURED EVENT: March Madness Kickoff As the NCAA teams enter the round of 64 during the kick-off weekend of NCAA March Madness, some may be content to lounge on the couch and fill in their bracket, but if you’re looking to do the crawl, here are a few places to get in on the action: SPORTS: […]