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Where to Watch LOST

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‘Dharma Beer Six Pack :D’
courtesy of ‘rafa_uoc’

So unless you’ve been living on a deserted island, you know that the series finale of Lost is airing this Sunday night.  And if you’re anything like me, you’ll want to watch it with others (Others?), so that the last time the out-of-focus Lost flashes across the screen and the show is over for good, you can immediately start discussing what it all means.  Luckily, there are two good local options for your Sunday night viewing:

  • Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse is hosting a free viewing of the Lost recap and the final episode on Sunday night starting at 6:45.  There are 340 seats and it is first come, first served.
  • Public Bar on 18th Street is hosting a Lost Finale Party at 7 PM that will benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.  $10 suggested donation, with auctions, food, and all TVs tuned to the finale.

Any other public Lost viewing parties I missed?  Let me know in the comments.

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New Lost Dog Café Opens in S. Arlington

A New Lost Dog
As a big fan of Lost Dog Café, which has drawn crowds in Westover for years, I was thrilled to see a “now open” sign at its new location this weekend, across from the Arlington Cinema ‘n’ Drafthouse.

Like the original, this one has a menu with scores of specialty pizzas, 50-odd sandwiches, and more beers than I could easily count. My man and I checked it out last night, and to our yummy dinner added a Bad Dog a la Mode brownie sundae to celebrate the opening.

This area of Columbia Pike is being redeveloped, and Lost Dog is one of the first new businesses to open there, in the retail area under the first new condos. So more Lost Dog, less waiting. Oh, happy day!

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Lost Kayak?

Lost Kayak? – Acadia DC 3128 N
Originally uploaded by brownpau

Did someone lose a kayak on the Potomac River recently? I just spotted this one floating downstream beside Washinton Harbour this morning, “Acadia DC 3128 N.” If it didn’t get stuck there I expect it might be down at Kennedy Center by now.