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[Clockwise from top left: Jaleo, Vapiano, Raku, Parker's, Cafe Deluxe, Lebanese Taverna]
March Martini Madness is BACK this year at Bethesda Row. The top restaurants in the area are competing for the chance to be crowned "Best Row-tini," but we call it a great opportunity to do a martini crawl. It's also an excuse to take advantage of the area's March shopping deals. More»
You can get faster and stronger in your gym, but what about improving your agility? We tried out a new class called "Animal Flow" at Equinox Bethesda last week, and found the missing piece to our fitness resolution. More»
Inauguration season is upon us, which means it is time to dust off that tuxedo! Brooks Brothers, America's oldest male clothier, hosted a crash course in how to tie the perfect bow tie at its Connecticut Avenue location last night. More»
Last night, C. Wonder, the upscale women's fashion and housewares retailer created by entrepreneur J. Christopher Burch, opened its doors at Tysons Corner Center. Guests at the VIP Grand Opening enjoyed cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, a beautiful array of Georgetown Cupcakes, music, and 20% off their purchases. More»
Bethesda Row hosted its first Writers on the Row book signing series over the weekend, which featured celebrity authors and DC-centric books paired with food, activities and other neighborhood specials. Find out what you missed, and which books you need to add to your collection (or gift to your friends):
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Perhaps one factor in the recent low unemployment report could be traced to Vocus, a software/PR company which hired hundreds of new employees at their open house on Thursday. Vocus, which operates out of a Google-like campus in Beltsville, hosted close to 1,000 applicants for seminars, interviews and dinner in rooms with names like "Side Burns," "Bob's Garage," "Felicia's Flower Shop" and "Surf Shop." More»
If you've ever worked in PR, or wanted to work in PR, you've surely heard of Vocus, whose PR software sets the industry standard. If you've ever been a journalist, or wanted to be a journalist, you've heard of Peter Shankman, whose website, HelpAReporterOut.com, is where journalists and PR flacks go to get stories and sources.
On Thursday, October 4, you'll see both at the Vocus Open House, where they are hiring for hundreds of jobs on their amazing campus (a world-class gym, spa, arcade, sweet shop and lots more), plus hear a keynote from Peter Shankman about "How to Better Brand Yourself in the Age of Social Media." RSVP HERE! More»
Drybar is opening locations in Bethesda and Georgetown on October 19, and the famous hair styling shop is accepting reservations NOW. Appointments can be booked online at thedrybar.com, through the Drybar iPhone App, or by calling 202·609·8644 (Georgetown location) and 240·483·4277 (Bethesda location). More»
Wednesday, May 22
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.