Citi Open Full of Surprises: Local Star Tiafoe New Fav
First Whacks at Wawa — and More ANC Highlights
Robert Devaney • July 3, 2017
Meeting Thursday, June 29, before its summer break, the Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission tackled some hot-button town topics: DC Streetcar, the District Department of Transportation’s plans for protected bicycle lanes […]
Fashion Takes Flight
Allyson Burkhardt • May 24, 2017
If you are booked for travel this season, then you’ve landed on the right page. Unfortunately, the glamour of flying has descended. Whether you are boarding in business class or on a budget, it has become a decidedly drab experience. Plus, preparing a travel wardrobe is incredibly time-consuming. We have streamlined the process with first-class looks for your demanding itinerary.All you need is a sleek ensemble to demonstrate that you can stay stylish en route. Start with classic pieces in a neutral palette.
Celebrating Mom (or Mum)
Nora Vanderblythe • May 3, 2017
Start the day celebrating Mom (or Mum, across the pond) with a traditional, yet luxurious breakfast in bed. It will set the tone for her day in the best way possible. You can shop the Georgetown boutiques and surprise her with a tray of treats to enjoy all year long.
March is for the Librocubicularist
Nora Vanderblythe • March 8, 2017
The Ides of March have us under Mother Nature’s thumb with the fluctuation and unpredictability of weather. Some days, especially on the weekends, we simply want to stay in bed and pull the sheets over our heads. Then our minds awaken and we crave tea, coffee or books. Termed “librocubicularist,” a person who reads in bed, would describe many of us this time of year. Let’s make that experience as memorable as we can.