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Dancers Brings NPG’s ‘Silhouettes’ to Life (photos)

Inspired by the exhibition "Black Out: Silhouettes Then and Now," the dance company of Dana Tai Soon Burgess premiered a modern dance work called "Silhouettes" on Oct. 27 and 30.

Reese Witherspoon Coming to Anthem on Book Tour

Less story-heavy than memoirs by Mindy Kaling and Tina Fey, Witherspoon’s book reads like an issue of Architectural Digest starring her “Legally Blonde” character Elle Woods.

Celebrating Polish and American Freedom

On Oct. 10, the Mayflower Hotel ballroom was filled with Polish Americans, nationals and U.S. military and government brass to celebrate the 100th Anniversary...

‘Spirit of Georgetown’ for Rev. Graham

Nothing spooky about this benefit, aptly held at the Halloween-bedecked home of Nancy Taylor Bubes and Alan Bubes. Supporters of Georgetown Ministry Center's mission...

Accolades for D.C. Chamber’s Historical Legacy

The D.C. Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 80th anniversary at the Marquis Marriott Oct. 20 by recognizing 17 past D.C. Chamber chairs who were...

‘Everything I Have I Owe to Pasta’

Honoree and acclaimed television host and chef, Lidia Bastianich, was among six awardees at the annual National Italian American Foundation Gala held at the...

Meridian Ball Feeling Spry at 50

The sold-out 50th Meridian Ball had the look and feel of timeless fun — with the historic Meridian and White-Meyer houses as its venue....

‘A History of France’

Reviewed by Kitty Kelley A streamlined, merry romp through glorious Gaul. Imagine you have an 88-year-old grandfather who lives in London and is crossing the pond...

At Atlas: Rebecca Magnuson’s ‘She Sings’

The one-woman show by the singer-songwriter and former Georgetown resident will be performed Friday, Nov. 16, at the Atlas Performing Arts Center. Ten percent of the proceeds will go to Knock Out Abuse.

Accolades for D.C. Chamber’s Historical Legacy

The D.C. Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 80th anniversary at the Marquis Marriott Oct. 20 by recognizing 17 past D.C. Chamber chairs who were...