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.
Celebrating its 25th year, the Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company presents a series of free salons in the new international gallery at the...
While the Greek gods of wind, the Anemoi, were all working together to wreak havoc on Washington, D.C., it did not stop the Greek...
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By Sunday afternoon, all was well with Andrés, Trump and Nuschese, owner of Cafe Milano, the glitterati Italian restaurant celebrating 25 years in Georgetown.
The loan exhibition from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is a treasure chest, but so are the booths of the 70 exhibitors, all of which showcase objects of museum quality.
Receiving the Cecil B. DeMille Award, Oprah Winfrey gave what was described as the speech of all speeches. "Time is up," she said.
Playing through Sunday: “A Christmas Carol” at Ford’s, “An Irish Carol” at the Keegan and “Twist Your Dickens” at the Kennedy Center.
The Air Force Band and the "Three Cantors" provided the musical backdrop; Mushka Landa of Connecticut and Elias Greenwood of California read their prize-winning essays; and Dreidelman made his usual appearance.