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Today: The Woodrow Wilson House is throwing a Roaring ’20s Speakeasy Bash at 7 pm, with an open bar of vintage cocktails, a live jazz quartet, dance performances by Jam Cellar plus prizes for the best-dressed. 2340 S Street NW, Washington, DC.

Tomorrow: The uber-popular Phillips After 5 party returns with Seeing Double at 5 pm, where Vincent Van Gogh’s repetitions are examined. Enjoy food, drinks and contests. Bring a twin for free admission and no wait.  1600 21st Street NW, Washington, DC.

Friday: There is art in the streets! FAFDC is a program where local artists create art for anyone to take home and enjoy. Look for art all throughout the city with a FAFDC tag indicating that it’s free for the taking, or follow FAFDC on Twitter for clues on where to find it.

Saturday: Lotus and Turbo Suit return to the [9:30] Club at 8 pm for an all-out electronic dance show! 815 V Street, NW, Washington, DC.

Sunday: Local bakery Whisked! is hosting its annual Holiday Pop-up Pie Shop at  Qualia Coffee in Petworth. Stock up on  sweet and savory pies by the whole pie or slice, quiches, cookies and hand pies! 3917 Georgia Avenue NW, Washington, DC.

Monday: Join José Andrés (ThinkFoodGroup) and Carla Hall (ABC’s The Chew) for the Capital Food Fight at 6 pm. This year, 4 top local chefs compete in a live on-stage battle to be judged by a panel of celebrities from the culinary world, including Tom Colicchio, Rick Bayless, Todd English and Art Smith. Ronald Reagan Building, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW.

Photo: DC Central Kitchen