Something to do on Saturday
Exhibit at Anacostia Community Museum
We know, the Nats have you down. Again. The solution: bask in when DC baseball was exciting. Dominant, even. The exhibit “Separate and Unequaled” will boost your civic pride as it looks at the Homestead Grays and other semi-pro teams, and stars like Josh Gibson and Buck Leonard. The Pudge and Zim of their day.
On view indefinitely, Anacostia Community Museum, 1901 Fort Pl SE, 202-633-4820
20 Wines for $20 at Cork
14th Street is currently your favorite boulevard for boozy exploits. (Go ahead, call it “The Strip.”) Even on Sunday afternoon. Which is when the wine-centric bar and its gourmet-shop sibling are pouring tastes of 20 French wines off their lists, all for 20 bucks. You like nice round numbers.
Aug 29, 3pm, $20, Cork, 1720 14th St NW, 202-265-2675, email TASTINGS@CORKDC.COM to RSVP
Snoop Dogg + Scantily Clad Women = ...
Now, we know you’re not the type to frequent an adult establishment. But when you can get prime steaks and rub elbows with Snoop Dogg during the official Rock the Bells after-party, you’ll make an exception. Besides, you want to hand him your mixtape.
Aug 29, doors at 8pm, $40, Stadium Club, 2127 Queens Chapel Rd NE, 202-269-4477
(All events and summaries via UrbanDaddy)