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Posted at 10:00 AM ET, 12/21/2006

Nightlife Agenda Pick of the Week

By Fritz Hahn

Looking back on 2006, Jesse Tittsworth has been one of our favorite DJs, thanks to his crowd-pleasing, floor-filling Baltimore club and booty bass remixes as well as his deft turntable skills. He's headlining Saturday's Pho Real Xmas Party at Five, which features a hot lineup of house, breaks, electro, B'more and dubstep on a night that's usually reserved for house in all its myriad forms. (And you can get your picture taken with Santa! Seriously!) Tittsworth is joined in the main room by Tom B of Eighteenth Street Lounge, Bobby Jae, Mat Nordstrom and Ken Lazee, while Signal and Ricky Ricardo spin dubstep -- the latest garage/grime hybrid to come out of London -- on the tented-and-heated rooftop deck. Admission to the dress-code-free evening is $10, though they'll knock off a few bucks if you bring a few cans of food for the homeless. More info can be found at Upfrontdc.com.

This is just one of the events you can read about in our Three-Day Weekend edition of the Nightlife Agenda, which features seasonal happy hours, late-night dance parties and concerts by some very cool local bands.

By Fritz Hahn  | December 21, 2006; 10:00 AM ET
Categories:  Bars and Clubs  
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I know this is the incorrect forum, but I am desperate and I missed my chance to ask a question during the chat yesterday and this is a complete emergency situation. I need an activity to do immediately that is really fun. If you had the day off from work today, and had an urge to do something ridiculous, what would you do?

Posted by: A Desperate Appeal | December 29, 2006 12:36 PM | Report abuse

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