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Where & When: What to Do Tonight
Check out global music, an inspiring documentary, or celebrate clothes By Laura McKenzie
Comments () | Published November 16, 2010
Get some shoes at the Stuart Weitzman trunk show in Tysons Corner. The brand is previewing its Spring 2011 shoe and handbag collections as well as selling pieces from the current season. Thanks to the brand’s huge size range (4 to 12 and four widths), there’s something for everyone. It runs through November 18, from 10 to 9 everyday. In other news that will make fashionistas swoon: Madewell is opening its Georgetown location (1237 Wisconsin Ave., NW) today. Celebrate at an opening-night cocktail party, sponsored by Brightest Young Things, with local DJs, an old-school photo booth, and 15 percent off jeans. 7 PM. E-mail to RSVP.

Hear hip-hop in seven languages—Spanish, French, Creole, English, Arabic, Portuguese, and Patois—when Nomadic Massive performs at the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage. The Canadian hip-hop consortium focuses on social and global issues. 6 PM; free.

Attend a preview screening of a documentary made by the A Thousand Suns Foundation. The film follows visitors from the Indian diaspora on a medical expedition to assist local doctors with cataract surgeries. All proceeds from the tickets ($25), which include dinner at the 6:30 showing or dessert at 8:30, go toward funding these life-changing operations. At the Letelier Theater. E-mail to RSVP.

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