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NYE is right around the corner and if you are worried you'll be stuck at home alone watching the ball drop, you've come to the right place. Get out those sparkly dresses, dancing shoes and tacky "2013" glasses because we have rounded up the best places to see and be seen when the clock strikes midnight. Our calendar has got you covered for the best music, champagne toasts and open bars in the District. Here's Guest of a Guest DC's Official New Year's Eve Party Guide.... we'll leave locking down that New Year's kiss up to you!
The only thing more pleasant than sipping a cocktail is doing so during sunset, and for a cause as good as ACRIA, The AIDS Community Research Initiative of America. It was a fair evening for an event of this caliber, and with notable names from both the fashion and the art scene, each and every guest was impeccably dressed. More»
On Sunday, Zacara met Coca Cola in the quarter finals of the U.S. Open Polo Championship in Palm Beach. The guests enjoyed the exciting match between the two teams on a bright sunny April day with good food and champagne - the only real way to watch a polo game anyways. More»
A new beach-themed club is set to open in Chelsea; a rock-n-roll dive bar is headed to the Meatpacking District; the cops have shut down Madame Wong's; reviews of Beer Parc; a DJ summer series; some disappointing news about the Polo Classic and more. Today's nightlife roundup is minus one ginger royal. More»
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The Bunker may be the most talked about nightlife spot of the week. Besides two soft openings including host to the Whitney Studio Gala's after party on Tuesday night, as well as the Veuve Cliquot Yelloween party Thursday night; people obviously aren't overlooking the fact that it's owned by a Beatrice Inn alum, (Matt Abramcyk). So, what's it like inside? More»
Thursday, May 23
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.