WeLoveDC favorably reviewed You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, which runs Thursday through Sunday, until October 17, at the H Street Playhouse (1365 H St).
The Atlas Performing Arts Center (1333 H St) announced that they will host Don't Tea on Me a paraody of the midterm elections. The Gross National Product show begins Thursday, October 21 and runs through November 6.
The Washington Post had this piece about Theater Alliance's co-founder Paul Douglas Michnewicz. Theatre Alliance is the sole theater-in-rsidence at the H Street Playhouse.
Thrillist has some information on Chuck's Wagon BBQ, which set up shop at 650 H Street. HSGS has yet to try this place or to see them open, though some have reported that they are open weekends and doing weekday catering currently. Any early reviews?
FoodInDC has this review of the Star and the Shamrock, which is also another good option for football season.
Frozen Tropics took a sneak peak at the Red Palace (the new combined upstairs stage for the Red and the Black and the Palace of Wonders) and she's excited about what she saw. The two bars remain open during renovations, with the grand opening of the new stage coming this Friday, October 15.
The Hill is Home had some of the details on SOVA's new Monday night Game Night, which SOVA will host every Monday at 7 when their already great happy hour will be extended until 8 p.m.
Vince Gray announced that he will hold his Ward 6 Town Hall meeting at the Atlas Performing Arts Center (1333 H St) on October 27, at 6:30 p.m.