Weekend update: 5 mixologists you should know
• Can you name the top mixologists in the city? Yeah, that's easy. But who are their proteges -- the new cocktail experts to watch? Fritz Hahn and Lavanya Ramanathan tell you about five people making a name for themselves in the local cocktail scene. And, we pass on some tips for how to make some drinks at home.
• Watch Againn's JP Caceres mix a masterful Genever Sour and explain the difference between shaking and stirring.
• Learn how to mix concoctions like an Old-Fashioned Paradise, a William Tell Routine or a Winter Solstice.
• Start making New Year's Eve plans now, and you won't be disappointed. Fritz Hahn picks the top New Year's Eve tickets to buy now -- before they sell out.
• Black metal crossover band? If such a thing exists, it's Liturgy, playing Friday at Comet Ping Pong. David Malitz fills you in.
• Aloe Blacc has a little Bill Withers in him on his album "Good Things."
• A new exhibition at the Katzen Center looks back on 35 years of Washington Project for the Arts. Michael O'Sullivan gives you a tour.
• Ann Hornaday reviews "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -- Part I," the beginning of the end for the beloved series.
• Lavanya Ramanathan picks out some family-friendly shows that are fresh alternatives to your typical holiday theater offerings.
• For the kids: See why Christina Barron recommends exploring sunken ships in Baltimore.
| November 19, 2010; 7:00 AM ET
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