Weekend Buzz: A "Call Me Maybe" Christmas, Hangover Brunch, & Giveaways

It's easy to get wrapped up in the holiday season (parties! presents!), but it's important to give back, too. The 9:30 Club is organizing a month-long donation event to help the area's homeless, and one lucky participant will win two tickets to every show of 2013. Now that's a good deed. (9:30 Club)
Shiny, new presents are all well and good, but a handpicked vintage gift is especially thoughtful. The veritable mecca of thrifting, a.k.a Goodwill, is bringing back its Edited for Goodwill pop-up for the holidays. From Wednesday through Friday, you'll be able to treasure-hunt for clothes, accessories, and home goods right in the middle of downtown D.C. (Goodwill)
One of our go-to boutiques, South Moon Under, has teamed up with some local style stars to teach us how to take our holiday outfits from day to night with ease. Watch as these local ladies go all out. (SpicyCandyDC)
We've all had the experience of staying out a bit too late and having one too many cocktails, only to be dragged kicking and screaming to an early brunch the next day. Here's where to go for solace. (Bitches Who Brunch)
Just when you thought "Call Me Maybe" was finally out of your head for good, think again: A Maryland man has turned the tune into the soundtrack for his Christmas lights. Although, we actually think it's even catchier this way. (Curbed)
Photos: Via SpiceCandyDC, Curbed

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