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Last night, The Village at Shirlington hosted another fun Shirlie's Girls' Night Out with cocktails, flowers, trunk shows, deals and steals from 5-10pm. From drink specials at Ping to discounts at Periwinkle and CakeLove and a sold-out H.Bloom flower arranging party at the Hilton Garden Inn, the night was full of sweets and surprises. More»
CALLING ALL SHIRLIES! Shirlie’s Girls Night Out returns tonight with cocktails, flowers, trunk shows, deals and steals from 5-10pm. Style-savvy Shirlies can now enjoy trunk shows, cocktails and promotions from the village’s best boutiques, restaurants, salons, spas and shops every first Thursday of the month (upcoming summer dates will be July 5 and August 2). More»
Temperatures are supposed to get as high as 70 degrees in Washington today! Unfortunately, temperatures will drop back down next week. We are all sick of winter, especially this winter, which was biting cold with almost no snow.
Don't ditch your coat and scarf yet, but there are some things you can do to take full advantage of this warm blast, and carry it on until spring is actually here:
Sadly, Valentine's Day is in many cases a relationship make or break situation and most of that burden falls on the man. Sorry boys, we don't make the rules, but can help you work the system to prove to your lady you're a keeper with gestures involving presents. Fret not, February 14th is still five whole days away and we've got you covered with this list of gifts that will ensure you don't blow it. More»
It seemed like half of Washington was out last night, enjoying the unseasonably warm weather--it was 60 degrees well after the sun went down! No doubt Clint Eastwood felt like he was back at home in LA while he was in fact at the Smithsonian, and it certainly made the H.Bloom floral display at Simon Doonan's party that much sweeter. Did you stay in last night and miss out on the fun? Here is the skinny on the three major parties you missed: 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.