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POSTED ON 01/14/19

Washington, DC boasts one of the most diverse culinary scenes in the country, which is a good enough excuse to go out to eat any night of the year. However, a few times a year, you have an extra incentive thanks to Restaurant Week. DC’s Winter Restaurant Week is returning on January 14th for its…Read More

POSTED ON 01/08/19

After more than 30 years, Miss Saigon returns to the stage at The Kennedy Center, now through January 13th. The legendary musical is the story of Kim (Emily Bautista), a South Vietnamese girl, and Chris (Anthony Festa), the American G.I. she falls in love with on the eve of the fall of Saigon. Featuring stunning spectacle,…Read More

POSTED ON 12/26/18

Whether you want to bop along to some oldies music or dance the night away to current hits, grab a ticket to the Black Cat New Year’s Eve Ball. The annual bash almost always sells out, probably because it boasts two floors’ worth of entertainment divided into four very different experiences. The headlining act is…Read More

POSTED ON 12/18/18

Chef Sammy Davis won the Food Network television show Chopped, and his latest venture is just as exciting. Catch 22 is Chef Davis’ new upscale bar and restaurant, and his soulful versions of seafood classics are already drawing rave reviews.  Look for whole red snapper with sweet and spicy chili sauce, deep-fried crab legs with…Read More

POSTED ON 11/30/18

Christkindlmarkt at the Heurich House Museum runs from November 30 to December 2, and the yearly German-style Christmas market is a valuable chance to get a few folks crossed off your holiday shopping list while you celebrate the joy and beauty of the season.  All of DC’s finest local craftsmen come together to showcase their…Read More

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