Weekend Buzz: All-Night Bars & Joseph Gordon-Levitt In D.C.

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Have the day off Monday? (Thanks, Columbus!) Take advantage of the city's test of a new alcohol permit policy, which allows some bars in the District to serve up booze until 4 a.m., and stay open round-the-clock through the holiday. Last-call blues, be gone! (Washington Post)
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What Not To Wear's fashion maven Stacy London is out with a brand-new book, and she's chatting up Washingtonian mag's Shop Around blog to honor the launch. She doles out her signature sage advice, and reveals some of her more personal inspirations and struggles with style. (Washingtonian)
If you're not on the Joseph Gordon-Levitt bandwagon yet, what are you waiting for? On top of being an amazing, thoughtful actor, he's seriously hunky. Plus, his collaborative production company, HitRECord, is doing some seriously awesome things in the art/photography/film worlds. They're going on tour, so you can see JGL do his thing live, right here in the District. (Warner Theatre)
Worn magazine just released a fourth issue, and the celebratory soiree at the Capitol Skyline hotel brought in some of D.C.'s most stylish players. Check out all the must-copy outfits on the city's top bloggers. (A Loyal Love)
DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz was recently featured in a glammed-up Vogue profile, and there has been some seriously shocking backlash. We take issue with anyone being judged by their looks, regardless of their position, and we think it's high time for a bigger discussion on the matter. (BuzzFeed)
Photos: Via A Loyal Love, BuzzFeed
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