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After spending some time in the Hamptons, be it seaside on a sunny day or shored up on a rainy afternoon, its idyllic ambiance always seems to invoke artistic inspiration. Perhaps it prompts you to dig out an old, partially-painted canvas from the basement or take to your porch and pen the first pages of your should-have-been-written-years-ago novel. More»
Divorce has become an all too common part of marriage. With so many couples divorcing each year, the meaning behind marriage is becoming more and more trivial. One man who is hoping to capitalize on that is Jim Halfens, a 33 year old Dutch man who created the Divorce Hotel. More»
Back in October, we reported how everybody's favorite "relationship expert" (Bravo must be using that term very loosely) landed finally achieved her lifelong dream -- reality TV. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, I wasn't joking back then, and I'm not joking now. She's been included in their video mash-up of upcoming shows this season, and boy oh boy does this look like it's going to be a total shit show. So while everyone's ranting about how much this show is going to suck, we actually can't wait for the big spoonfuls of quality J.A. entertainment. Have we crossed over to the dark side? Not quite. Check out why Julia Allison's show might be the best thing ever Andy Cohen ever invested in -- we bring you our predictions of what we think might happen on the NonSociety princess's "reality" dream. More»
Howard Cromwell, left, with Michaele and Tareq Salahi (via)
Tareq and Michaele Salahi are re-opening Oasis Winery in a month for "Hollywood Oasis -- When Glamour Meets the Capital Region," in a party with Howard Cromwell from DC's MOST FABULOUS Magazine. According to the invitation, the party has been "tapped for a television project."
The Real Housewives of DC's July premiere is fast approaching . . . and in case you haven't heard, Michaele and Tareq Salahi, the infamous White House crashers, are officially onboard! BUT WHY WOULD BRAVO LET SUCH LOATHSOME, FAME-HUNGRY PEOPLE ON THEIR TV SHOW? More»
Friday, May 24
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.