The 25th annual Tudor Place Garden Party— chaired by Blaire Bourne and Sassy Jacobs — brought out the beautifully hatted people and lit up...
At the Four Seasons Hotel Sept. 18, the Anti-Defamation League presented Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia with its 2017 Achievement Award, the highest...
The new hot spot is keen to please its Georgetown neighbors and make a big impression on Washington's restaurant scene.
The dust-up concerned the New York Times columnist’s July 24 party at her N Street home for Times colleague Carl Hulse and his new book.
Ambassador of France François Delattre was the honorary chair at Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens on June 3 for an elegant dinner and preview of the current exhibit, "Cartier: Marjorie Merriweather Post’s Dazzling Gems." The extraordinary jewels provided an insight into the collector’s commitment to “finest craftsmanship, historical significance, and true splendor.” Post’s granddaughter Ellen Charles is stepping down as board president after ensuring that the house museum will continue to be the well run venue that it is today. [gallery ids="101779,141058,141046,141051,141055" nav="thumbs"]
On Aug. 21, supporters of Pro View and Devotion to Children gathered on the balcony of Morton’s Steakhouse on Connecticut Avenue for a happy hour kick-off to Doc Walker’s ProView Event 76, Cards 4 Kids Poker Tournament. Dan Ruttenberg and Yasmine Bonilla will co-chair the Sept. 21 Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament, which will also take place at Morton’s. Proceeds will be used to help struggling families secure affordable childcare services in the Washington metropolitan area. [gallery ids="101444,153698,153689,153693,153704,153702" nav="thumbs"]
Guests were treated to a private viewing of the honorees’ portraits, which will remain on view in the museum’s “Recent Acquisitions” exhibition through Aug. 30, 2020.
Georgetown resident, ambassador and past president of the Meridian International Center, Walter Cutler, was honored April 29 with the Distinguished Service Award for the...
Mayor Muriel Bowser joined the presentation to remember and honor John Laytham, co-owner of the Clyde's Restaurant Group, who died in January. Nov. 12 will be proclaimed John Laytham Day in the District.
The Choral Arts Society of Washington board member Jenny Wallace welcomed guests to the George Town Club for a mid-March cocktail reception and expressed appreciation to club president Sharon Casey. A number of guests were visiting the club for the first time since its recent renovation and were enthusiastic about the freshened decor. Artistic director Scott Tucker said, “It’s so great to see you here in my living room.” Always a highlight of the holiday season, this year’s gala will be chaired by Janet Phillips. It will take place at the Kennedy Center Dec. 15. [gallery ids="116779,116785,116753,116761,116774,116768" nav="thumbs"]