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DC let loose on Friday night with a Spring Break party at Shadow Room. Shadow Room, located at 2131 K Street NW, was transformed into a Miami nightclub with girls baring their midriffs, foam glowsticks, leis, sunglasses, and beachy party beats by DJ Heat. More»
This Friday, as nearly 4.8 million people flock to Rio de Janeiro for Carnival (arguably the biggest party on earth) DC will be hosting a Carnival party of its own at ShadowRoom.
Shadow will be decked out and decorated in a Brazilian theme, complete with dancers fully bedazzled with traditional Carnival costumes, and featuring delicious Brazilian drinks and cocktails. Friday promises to continue ShadowRoom's streak of wild parties.
Lebron James, Chris Bosh, and the rest of the Miami Heat party at ShadowRoom; the cast of the Bachelor and Bachelorette debut Midtown's new 3rd floor Red Bar; the DC gala crowd gets funky at the Corcoran Gallery of Art to feed DC's homeless; Club Fur hosts a wild after-hours show with Steve Aoki; L2 hosts both a Valentines Day RED Party and the kickoff party for "Like, Love, Lust: Week For Chocolate".
Whether it was 4 am Moët showers at Club Fur, or the DC socialite-set sipping champagne at the Corcoran Gallery, this past weekend saw a variety of wildly fun parties and events.
Thursdays at ShadowRoom are always a guaranteed madhouse. And that's before Miami Heat shows up to bring the house down.
Thursdays at ShadowRoom rarely disappoint those looking to start the weekend a day early, but this Thursday is shaping up to be something special, especially for NBA fans.
Basketball superstar LeBron James of the Miami Heat will be returning to Shadow Room for the club's Thursday hip-hop night, an event sponsored by Grey Goose that is shaping up to be a night fit for a King.
Saturday, May 18
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.