Weekend update: What to do now?
Once the turkey has been reduced to leftovers and the football games have all ended, there's a very real question to be asked: What do we do now? Today's Weekend section is all about helping you survive the next few days. If you haven't picked up a copy yet, here's what's inside:
• Right. How to get through the next few days. Lavanya Ramanathan has four easy ideas: Ice! at National Harbor, an eating tour of Penn Quarter, shopping mixed with outdoor merriment and liberating excursion to Baltimore.
• And for a bit of after-hours fun, Fritz Hahn checks out the best bars to take a crowd -- without paying a cover charge.
• Best Bets: our overall list of the best events this week
• An influx of new bars and restaurants in Clarendon forced one of the neighborhood's pioneers, the Clarendon Grill, to step its game up. The result? A more grown-up venue, Fritz Hahn finds.
• Michael O'Sullivan says the star of Alexis Rockman's "A Fable for Tomorrow" at the Smithsonian American Art Museum is "Evolution," a 24-foot-wide panorama representing 281 plant and animal specimens.
• Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal show lots of skin in "Love & Other Drugs," but does the film itself sizzle? Ann Hornaday weighs in.
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