5 Things To Know This AM — Oct 31 2011

Washingtonian's Shop Around blog offers up a retrospective of 11 fave looks from style blogger Lacey Maffettone of A Lacey Perspective. (Washingtonian)
Still trying to warm up after a crazy-cold weekend? This handy guide to the area's best hot cocoa should help. (The Washington Post)
On Saturday, head to Woodlawn, a National Trust Historic site in Alexandria, for the second annual "Vices That Made Virginia" outdoor festival. For $125, you get four hours of bourbon, bluegrass, oysters, cigar-rolling how-to's, and loads of tasty local foods. (WeLoveDC)
Eater DC has a roundup of fun foodie things to do tonight, whether you're still celebrating Halloween or you're All Hallow-ed Out. (EaterDC)
If you haven't checked out local band True Womanhood (think Joy Division-plus-Thom Yorke), you can catch them opening for The Drums on Sunday at Black Cat. (Black Cat)
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