DC Chamber Salutes Awardees at ‘Transformation and Innovation’ Gala

November 21, 2022

More than 750 members of the D.C. business community attended the 2022 DC Chamber’s Choice Awards & Gala at the Washington Hilton Hotel on Nov. 11. “This year’s gala represents […]

A Star-Studded Portrait of a Nation Gala

November 17, 2022

The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery and its Director Kim Sajet welcomed more than 750 stars and luminaries from across the country to the nation’s capital for the 2022 Portrait of […]

Weekend Round Up, Nov. 17 – 20


The final weekend before the true hustle and bustle of the holidays awaits. Enjoy some seasonal magic at Ford’s Theatre and check out the opening weekend of DC Holiday Lights. […]

Last Chance to See ‘Till’ and ‘Requiem’

November 14, 2022

Two powerfully moving productions by risk-taking companies based in Washington, D.C. — Mosaic Theater Company and In Series — are due to close this Sunday, Nov. 20. Mosaic’s “The Till […]

Bipartisan Hot Spot, Cafe Milano, Marks 30 Years With Blowout Bash 


Cafe Milano, the Georgetown eatery at 3251 Prospect St. NW that has served as a bipartisan gathering spot since owner Franco Nuschese opened its doors on election day 1992, marked […]

Weekend Round Up, Nov. 10 – 13

November 10, 2022

Get out and about this weekend with plenty to do from a sneak peek of The Nutcracker, a tribute to Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen, new exhibits at The Phillips […]

2022 Holiday Event Roundup: Joyous Things to Do This Holiday Season 

November 9, 2022

Don your holiday best, put on that Santa hat and head out to 20 of the best events of the season!  Georgetown   Washington Harbour Ice Skating – Opening November 11, […]

Kids Korner: Preparing for The Nutcracker 


By Ellie AuKamp (2nd grade) and Eleanor Assey (3rd grade)  In the following interview, second-grader Ellie interviews third-grader Eleanor about preparing for the Washington Ballet’s Nutcracker performance this year.  An […]

Excitement Builds for Just-Opened Rubell Museum DC 


Schools and museums are places to visit and learn, so it fits that the former Randall Junior High School in Southwest D.C., is the home of the new Rubell Museum DC. […]

David Bruce Smith’s Grateful American Book Award Honors Michelle Coles 


No one hosts a more spectacular dinner party for a better cause than David Bruce Smith. His heavy parchment invitations of exquisite calligraphy arrive each fall to announce his Grateful […]