Weekend Buzz: Glam Galas, Baseball Tees, & Airport Booze

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You may still be recovering from election craziness, but we bet that by the time the inauguration comes around, you'll be singing a different tune. If you'd like to celebrate the evening with a full-on gala (complete with VIP guests), grab your tickets to the Washingtonian's bash. The best part? Tix are almost half off with a holiday discount. (Washingtonian)
We're always looking for a new addition to the comfy-but-chic, goes-with-everything section of our wardrobes, and this local blogger seems to have found the perfect solution — time for the baseball tee to make a comeback. (A Loyal Love)
Well, color us thrilled: Founding Farmers, our favorite farm-to-table resto, is releasing a cookbook. The tome will include recipes for chicken and waffles, deviled eggs, and skillet corn bread (to name a few), rendering it completely unnecessary to ever leave our apartment — well, except to get groceries. (Eater)
We've long eschewed strict fashion rules, and the "no white after Labor Day" standard is no exception. Just because the colder months have arrived, it doesn't mean you can't break out those white skinnies — we're officially giving you permission to rock these bad boys all season long. (District of Chic)
Just in time for the holidays, we're getting respite from travel stress in an unexpected place. The Starbucks outpost at Dulles International Airport has just started selling beer and wine, so you can take the edge off while you wait for your inevitable delayed flight. (DCist)
Photos: Via A Loyal Love, District of Chic

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