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“How Do You Know”: The D.C. Premiere

Photo by Rachel Levitin

The first-ever portrayal of a Washington Nationals player on the silver screen opens in theaters this Friday (December 17) in the form of the latest James L. Brooks film “How Do You Know” starring Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd, Owen Wilson (who plays a relief pitcher), and Jack Nicholson. As a fun, holiday “thank you” to season ticket, premium ticket, and re-newed ticket holders in 2011, the Nationals Dream Foundation — led by Marla Lerner Tanenbaum — hosted a unique holiday season film screening at E Street Cinema Wednesday night.

Nats pitcher Craig Stammen and team manager Jim Riggleman were in attendance and able to catch up for a minute on the red carpet E Street rolled out for the occasion. Fans mingled while cocktails were delivered by an event staff decked-out in the team’s new uniforms. And — most importantly — Batolin creator and player Glenn Donnellon was there to provide a wide-range of musical entertainment featuring hits by The Beatles, Lady Gaga, and more. Continue reading

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Midnight Madness

When Dinosaurs Attack by M.V. Jantzen

If you’re a night owl and have no plans tonight or tomorrow night, why not go see a classic flick at the E Street Cinema?  By far my favorite theater in town, their midnight movies are back and they’ve got a nerdy lineup for the next two months:

Jurassic Park Mar 6 & 7
The Rocky Horror Picture Show Mar 13 & 14
Fight Club Mar 20 & 21
Ghostbusters Mar 27 & 28
Star Trek: The Motion Picture Apr 3 & 4
The Rocky Horror Picture Show Apr 10 & 11
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan Apr 17 & 18
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Apr 24 & 25

All shows start at, of course, midnight.