Weekend Outlook

The International Spy Museum’s James Bond-inspired exhibit, “Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of Bond Villains,” features artifacts from the film franchise, including this Aston Martin from the film “Goldfinger.” Photo courtesy of the International Spy Museum.

You’ve had a full week back at school to get back into the swing of things after Thanksgiving break. Now, get back out into the city for some museum and show-hopping. 

 Celebrate the release of “Skyfall” with the International Spy Museum’s latest exhibit, “Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of Bond Villains,” which features artifacts from the illustrious James Bond franchise.

–  The trek to Fairfax, Va.’s Patriot Center is well worth it to catch rock virtuosos Neil Young and Patti Smith perform Friday, Nov. 30. The singer-songwriters were icons of the 1970s, proving to be two of the most influential rock artists to date.

– Your’e never too old – or too manly – for “The Nutcracker.” Presented by The Washington Ballet at the Warner Theatre, the holiday classic runs until Dec. 23.

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