‘Shall We Dance?’ and the Legacy of the Waltz

January 15, 2020

The National Society of Arts and Letters held its 11th Annual Viennese Ball Nov. 9 at the Cosmos Club, where gala attendees waltzed into the wee hours. Gala chairs, Laura […]

Choral Arts Holiday: ‘Songs of the Season’


The Choral Arts Society of Washington held its 39th annual Holiday Concert and Gala at the Kennedy Center Dec. 16. With German Ambassador Emily Haber and her husband Hansjörg as […]

‘Iconic George!’ at Winter Show


The Washington Winter Show, Jan. 9 to 12 at American University’s Katzen Arts Center, is the first highlight of the new year. Ambassador of Barbados Noel Lynch was this year’s […]

City Tavern Celebrates 60th Anniversary

December 18, 2019

Supporters gathered Nov. 23 to celebrate the founders of the City Tavern Association for their efforts in 1959 to restore the iconic federal landmark on M Street — a tavern […]

JCB Wows George Town Club


Jean-Charles Boisset brought his wines and personality to the George Town Club Dec. 6 for a sell-out dinner prepared by chef Paul Stearman. The day before the club’s annual holiday […]

‘Ending Cancer Starts With Georgetown Lombardi’


For more than 33 years, the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center has worked to fight and end cancer. Under the leadership of the 2019 co-chairs and including the National Football […]

Four Seasons Hosts 3rd Annual ‘Light Up The Season’

December 5, 2019

The annual community fundraising event benefiting Children’s National Hospital will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 15, at the Four Seasons Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Georgetown.

Knock Out Abuse: Stand Up, Speak Out

December 4, 2019

Speakers at the 26th Annual Knock Out and Abuse Gala held at the Ritz Carlton Nov. 7 focused on awareness and speaking out on domestic violence incidences that occur every […]

José Andrés Receives Julia Child Award


The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, home to Julia Child’s kitchen, hosted its fifth annual Smithsonian Food History Gala Nov. 7. The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the […]

CLB: Lighting the Way


An architect who lost his sight, a blind teen virtuoso pianist and a long-time sighted volunteer/mentor were among those honored at the Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind’s second annual gala […]