Designer Alessandra Branca spoke about her friend, the late Elizabeth Powell, and her own design philosophy at the May 24 Landmark Luncheon at the historic estate in Georgetown.
The 81 color-packed panels, measuring 22 feet high, took over part of the Rose Park ball field at P Street and the lower field that leads to M Street, as well as a bit of park land on Massachusetts Avenue, just north of the vice president's residence.
Powell, who lived on Dumbarton Street with her husband Jeffrey and two children, Eleanor and Charlie, died at the age of 39 in February of 2017 after a brief battle with cancer.
The jazzy harmony of bass, flute, voice and trombone in Reginald Cyntje's quartet (he's the trombonist) in the second-floor corridor of the Georgetown art center impressed the Sunday arts lovers.
The eighth annual Great Ladies Luncheon & Fashion Show, held at the Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C., on April 18, raised more than $650,000 to support the innovative research of the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation.
The president held his own party in a place called Washington, Michigan — a party that was not so much a party as it was a rally and a brag-fest, at which he roasted the media instead of the media roasting him.
During Saturday's House Tour, St. John’s Episcopal Church hosted, in addition to afternoon tea, an organ recital and a panel discussion by Georgetown architects and designers.
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