Here’s your weekly list of fun, upcoming events!
Here is the current lineup of shows at DC’s temporary drive-in movie theaters:
Events DC/PARKUP RFK Stadium – Hocus Pocus, BeetleJuice, The Witching Hour After Dark, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Shawn of the Dead, House Party
Tickets are $29 per car (not per person). See their website for showtimes.
Best of Online Entertainment
You’ll have a spooky-good time with your streaming choices this month, with many Halloween-themed movies and shows to enjoy.
- The Mandolorian Season 2 Premiere (Disney Plus) – The Mandalorian is drawn to the Outer Rim in search of others of his kind.
- It Chapter Two (HBO) – Twenty-seven years after their first encounter with the terrifying Pennywise, the Losers Club have grown up and moved away, until a devastating phone call brings them back.
- John Lewis: Good Trouble (HBO) – The film explores Georgia representative’s, 60-plus years of social activism and legislative action on civil rights, voting rights, gun control, health care reform, and immigration. Narrated by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Bill Clinton, and Hillary Clinton.
- Chappelle’s Show (Netflix, HBO) – Comedian Dave Chappelle hosts this sketch-comedy show that parodies many of the nuances of race and culture. [November 1]
- His House (Netflix) – A refugee couple makes a harrowing escape from war-torn South Sudan, but then they struggle to adjust to their new life in an English town that has an evil lurking beneath the surface. Starring Lovecraft Country’s Wunmi Mosaku.
Real Estate News
Fears and Facts about buying your first home
Fear #6: I should wait to buy a home until I get married.
Fact: There is no reason to wait.
When most people say they want to wait until they’re married to buy their first home, what they’re actually struggling with are two distinct issues: First, would it be better to wait until they had two incomes? And second, will my future spouse like the home I choose?
If marriage is not in your future, then neither of these issues matters, and buying is the right decision. Putting off the decision to buy the right home is never the solution. Getting into the game as soon as possible is.
By the way, if marriage is in your future, then buying is also the right decision. If your future spouse doesn’t like the home, you can rent it out or sell it and use the proceeds along with your possible dual incomes to buy one you both like. If your spouse likes the home, problem solved.
The National Association of Realtors reports that 30 percent of first-time U.S. homebuyers are, in fact, single. They didn’t wait, so why should you?
[I purchased my first home before I was married. It was the best financial decision I ever made.]
Excerpt from Your First Home by Gary Keller
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Have a great weekend!