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POSTED ON 11/01/18

The Society of the Cincinnati was established in 1783 to preserve the memory of the men and women who contributed to the American Revolutionary War. From now until spring, the museum in Dupont Circle will contribute to its mission with the exhibition "A Revolution in Arms: Weapons in the War for Independence". This isn’t just…Read More

POSTED ON 11/01/18

Whether you’re familiar with Jason Reynolds’s New York Times best-selling book or not, you’re in for a tense, riveting journey when you see the stage interpretation of Long Way Down. The show is playing now through November 4 at The Kennedy Center, and follows the seven-floor elevator ride of lead character Will.  His brother has…Read More

POSTED ON 10/29/18

Ferrall Dietrich, is the owner of Core72, a local women’s lifestyle boutique catering to the professional, yet cool and comfortable way of life.  Her story is the perfect way to close out National Women’s Small Business Month. Here’s what she had to say.  Q. What inspired you to start your own business? Although I grew up…Read More

POSTED ON 10/25/18

Meet Angela Phelps, owner of  Le Village Marche, a Parisian-inspired home decor & gift boutique. With this month being National Women’s Small Business Month,we asked Angela for the inside scoop on her entrepreneurial journey. Here’s what she shared. Q.  What inspired you to start your own business?  I began my career in media relations, which took…Read More

POSTED ON 10/11/18

The fourth annual Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival kicks off on Wednesday, October 10th and continue through Sunday, October 14. Hosted by the investigative news organization 100Reporters, DX (as festival-goers call it) combines screenings of dozens of documentary, narrative, and short films with roundtable discussions, workshops, and master classes featuring some of the biggest names…Read More

POSTED ON 09/28/18

The DAR Constitution Hall is a registered National Historic Landmark, a living piece of American history. It is somewhat fitting, then, that it will play host to the Legends of Hip Hop Tour on October 13th. In honor of its extensive musical history, The Legends of Hip Hop Tour has been criss-crossing the country throughout…Read More

POSTED ON 09/18/18

Any buffet that boasts both French toast and house-made mac and cheese is definitely worth checking out, and the brunch buffet at The Caged Bird checks both boxes. The bar and restaurant opened in July with a menu of craft cocktails and unique American bites, including the popular brunch. For a flat fee, you can…Read More

POSTED ON 09/11/18

The DC Shorts Film Festival & Screenplay Competition is here, and it promises to be an impressive event celebrating short films and filmmakers from around the globe. Over 30 nations are represented at this year’s festival with over 130 films, from comedy and drama, to thrillers, musicals, and more. Head to the E Street Theater…Read More

POSTED ON 08/31/18

Every new season brings a new collection and blooming garden to the Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens. If you haven’t had the pleasure of visiting this mansion and its surround gardens, it is truly a quiet respite in the hustle and bustle of DC. The mansion is the home of Marjorie Merriweather Post, and boasts…Read More

POSTED ON 08/22/18

The instructors at Artworks know that every person has the potential to become a great artist, even those who don't consider themselves naturally creative. With the proper guidance, anyone can achieve artistic greatness. Artworks' teachers provide that guidance, one art class at a time. They hold art classes for all ages, even pupils as young…Read More