Since you won’t be getting snowed in.SCREENRewindWhat: Check out the DC Shorts Film Festival’s animated, foreign, documentary, and comedy quickies; jam to live music between screenings and stick around for wine with the filmmakers.Why: Neighboring bars along H Street are offering specials to festival-goers — like 20 percent off food and drinks at The Argonaut and $3 Stellas at The Pug.When: Fri. & Sat.Where: Atlas Performing Arts Center, 1333 H St. NE, b/t 13th & 14th Sts. (202-399-7993). Tickets ($12) online at rewind.dcshorts.com.STAYEasy Eats at Iota Club & Cafe What: The dinner spot and music venue encourages all-day noshing with new breakfast and brunch dishes, as well as an expanded lunch menu.Why: Options like an almond butter and banana sandwich and the avocado and Gruyere grilled sandwich ($8) mean we might never leave.When: Mon.-Fri., 6:30 a.m.-11 p.m.; Sat. & Sun., 8 a.m.-11 p.m.Where: 2832 Wilson Blvd., Arlington (703-522-8340).SOOTHESkincando Face CreamsWhat: Heal damaged winter skin with new handmade-to-order products from the company that brought us Combat-Ready Balm. Why: Do an about-face with the Miracle Cream, a moisturizer with rose-geranium oil and omega-3 fatty acids, and the fragrant, myrrh-based Brew lip balm ($15-$95).When: The flaking and chafing get out of hand.Where: Online at skincando.com.WARM UPA Bowl of SoupWhat: Award-winning home chef Sarah Simmons shares five out-of-this-world tomato-based recipes.Why: You won’t mind staying indoors for spoonfuls of fire-roasted bisque, minestrone and meatball, or Thai coconut.When: You’ve outgrown that Cup-a-Noodles phase.Where: Online at dailycandy.com.Photo: Courtesy of Pigeon ImpossibleUp to 65% off LoomstateGive the Earth a patchouli-free hand with beaded shift dresses, artistic tees, colorfully trimmed tops, and knit tunics. The ecofriendly garb is up to 65% off on our sample sale site.