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We don't really expect any of you to be sober enough to actually consult this party guide after 6pm today, but just in case you are...here is our guide to where to party, where to find your favorite Dewey Beach bands, where to crush orange crushes, and where to eat over Memorial Day Weekend in Dewey Beach: More»
We are still not exactly sure if this sudden influx of "casinos" to Maryland is really bad or really awesome, but this new center is something we are a little bit excited about. Rams Head Center Stage opens this weekend, and it will not only include video slot machines and electronic blackjack, but live bands, too. More»
The W Hotel's 'Boom with a View' provided one of the best views of the National Fireworks Show last night, and of course, a great party to go with it. Guests enjoyed premium cocktails (particularly the special Ciroc cocktails) and music by Burnt Sienna while mingling and watching the mall slowly fill up with people. At approximately 9:15, the National Fireworks show started, and everyone at the sold-out event took in the spectacle from one of the best vantage points available. It's definitely a view of the fireworks everyone should have at least once. More»
Individual tickets to the W Hotel's July 4 party SOLD OUT over the weekend, so the only way to enjoy the best view of the National Fireworks show on July 4 is to spring for one of the remaining tables with your best friends. [RESERVE HERE]
Tables start at $900 for six people, with prices rising the closer you get to the south railing. Each table gets its own dedicated server, custom cuisine and cocktail menus, and access to the Burnt Sienna dance party. More»
Whether you want to treat your new summer girlfriend to some ribs at Whiskey Beach at sunset, dance your way to a sunburn at Bottle & Cork, or chug orange crushes at the Lighthouse, here are the best places to hit up while you're there: More»
Megaparty Big Night DC New Years Eve, a party that is 15 years in the making and now occupies a whopping 200,000 sq feet, sold out all 7,000 tickets for an open bar party at the Gaylord Resort at the new National Harbor. Nineteen musical acts in about a dozen different themed ballrooms (Mardi Gras, karaoke, disco, casino, etc) kept the party moving and dancing all night. More»
Thursday, June 20
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.