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The team over at BrightestYoungThings.com hosted their "Fancy Schmancy New Year's Eve Ball" on Monday night at the Former Spanish Ambassador’s Residence on 16th Street. Guests enjoyed a plethora of activities and decor, including a photobooth, confetti, costumes, lighting by DC Night Lights and balloons by Katie Balloons. Taco Bamba and KINDsnacks were washed down by beverage sponsors Stella Artois, BULLEIT bourbon, Smirnoff, Smartwater, and Red Bull. More»
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We hosted the Hot Hundred and their guests at Opera Ultra Lounge on Friday night, complete with an open Voli Vodka bar and other goodies. Opera opened earlier this year with a star-studded VIP bash, but Friday night was no different as we partied with big names and beautiful faces in sports, media, entertainment and business. Spirits were provided by Voli Light vodkas, the world's first low-calorie vodka. That's one way to stay hot through the holidays! Guests were given complimentary rides to and from the party courtesy Uber, an affordable luxury car service that launched last week in D.C. More»
So there was a lot of hubbub caused by our one little paragraph about the Eldridge last week. Who broke the story, what's the Eldridge like, etc...Matt Levine decided to end some of the controversy and give us an "exclusive" first look at the Eldridge and allow us to publish the first ever pictures right here on Guest of a Guest.
We did a little walk through on Saturday at the Eldridge and it is truly a beautiful space. The club features a hand-stamped golden floor with customized golden flakes, chocolate chesterfield leather banquettes, exposed brick on one side, and then customized crystallized field stone on the other. The room will be highlighted with an Armand de Brignac champagne wall, valued at over $650,000. The room will have only 13 tables with a capacity of 150 people.
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Saturday, May 25
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.