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Weekend Planner: Pumpkin Carving Contests

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Every few weeks Fritz Hahn joins us to talk about what happens in the DC region after the sun goes down. He writes about nightlife for the Washington Post and he's one of the Going Out Gurus at the washingtonpost.com. This week, he tells David Furst where to find pumpkin carving contests in neighborhood bars.


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