Barbara Martin decided to use the fountain’s progress as a way to keep her friend entertained as she underwent cancer treatment. Now it has become a memorial.
Viewers tuned in from around the U.S. as well as from Italy, including U.S. Ambassador Lewis Eisenberg, Andrea Bocelli, Massimo Ferragamo and Isabella Rossellini.
If COVID-19 has taught us anything, it’s that newspapers and news gathering matter, more than we could ever imagine.
Meridian celebrated its 60th anniversary with an evening of drinks, music and reflecting on the last six decades of incredible work on Feb. 27. To commemorate this milestone year, Meridian […]
A bipartisan group of Washington political leaders gathered March 11 with Irish brethren to pay tribute to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Matthew Shay and Rep. Peter King at the 28th […]
One of “the last parties” (on March 12) feted Carder Stout’s new book, “Lost in Ghost Town: A Memoir of Addiction, Redemption and Hope in Unlikely Places” at the Kalorama […]
On Leap Day, Feb. 29, Holy Trinity School supporters returned to Sequoia — the Washington Harbour restaurant with floor-to-ceiling views of the Potomac River — along with friends, more than […]
Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens gave museum supporters a look at “Natural Beauties, Exquisite Works of Mineral and Gems” at a Feb. 13 preview party, “Romancing the Stone.” Tony Cammarota, […]
The place sure didn’t look 200. But after the “Latest & Greatest Georgetown Project” by Cecchi Homes, the corner house at 1431 33rd St. NW was ready for its close-up […]
D.C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton was the guest of honor at the National Portrait Gallery as the Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company debuted “A Tribute to Marian Anderson” to […]