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On Sunday, January 20th, V Magazine, Belvedere, MODO and Veuve Clicquot brought together a some of the weekend's most glamorous in celebration of President Barack Obama's Second Inauguration. The intimate affair attracted a very non-Washington type crowd of fashionistas, celebrities, and other important-looking people at the former residence of famed D.C. architect, Arthur H. Keyes. More»
Inauguration Day is finally here! We'll give you more coverage later, but in the meantime, check out some Instagram photos from DC this morning. More»
The last 10 days have been full of scandals and there's no better place for celeb banter than on Twitter. This week, we took a look at some Twitter reactions to Manti Te'O's imaginary girlfriend, Lance Armstrong's interview with Oprah, and the Sundance chaos. We even found out about a rapper getting kicked off stage at an Inauguration party last night in DC. So, take a look at what everyone is talking about in this edition of Best Tweets of the Week! More»
With Inauguration weekend finally upon us, our calendar page is absolutely overflowing with events to satisfy your three days of freedom. So even if you didn't snag an invite to the Obama's, check out the coolest events for the rest of us regular people in this week's edition of The Playground! 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»
Over Inauguration weekend, chic hangout Napoleon Bistro will feature a special cocktail, The Black Forest Berry Bonapartini, in honor of President Obama’s favorite drink: Black Forest Berry Iced tea. More»
DC's Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA) recently released applications to bars that want to be open until 4am during the entire week of Inauguration! Bars may apply to be open for 8 days for a small fee, beginning on Monday night, January 14, to Monday night, January 22.
This is a huge deal for DC, considering normal bar hours in Washington are 2am on weeknights and 3am on weekends! We're still not Miami, Las Vegas or New Orleans (bars there are open 24 hours), but this does make our temporary last call much more aggressive than a large majority of the US. More»
On Tuesday, The Mayflower Renaissance Hotel unveiled their new Promenade Ballroom. The area used to be Café Promenade, and before that, the space was known as "Palm Court," first used as the receiving line for dignitaries attending the inaugural ball for President Calvin Coolidge in 1925. More»
Monday, May 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.