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This week in Washington, cable stars partied at the Smithsonian Portrait Gallery with A+E, James Cameron and Alex Trebek won awards at the Nat Geo 125th Anniversary Gala, fashionistas gathered at the W to meet Lauren Weisberger, Luigi Parasmo Salon and Wilson Tavern turned one and more:
[From Dewey to DC, here's where Washingtonians celebrated Memorial Day Weekend 2013!]
Next weekend, Veuve Clicquot's Airstream is rolling into town, making it easier than ever for Washingtonians to grab a glass of bubbly on the go. It's kinda like a food truck, except it will be filled with champagne. More»
Prince Harry is coming to the US next month for a six city tour from May 9 to 15, according to a press release from Clarence House. One of those stops will be right here in DC.
While in Washington, his royal hotness will swing by Capitol Hill for an exhibition on landmine clearance, one of the duties that comes with being a new patron for HALO Trust (his mother was actively involved in the organization as well). HALO Trust's Guy Willoughby and Cindy McCain will also be there. More»
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Late on Monday night, A-List celebrities and guests popped into the W Hotel for a party hosted by Electronic Arts, the software company behind games like SimCity, The Sims, Need For Speed and FIFA. The "party with a purpose" celebrated EA's launch of SimCity.edu, and educational initiative that helps children learn about math, science and economics. Although it started late by Washington standards (11pm!), some of the stars still went on to party at the White House across the street afterward. More»
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!
With New Zealand already well into December 22nd, it's clear the Mayans were just pulling a publicity stunt. You can still party like it's the end of the world at one of the many parties happening in Washington this weekend. Don't forget to read our New Year's Eve party guide so you can ring in 2013 in style!
Incredible costumes were plentiful at the W Hotel's Neon Nights Halloween Party on Friday Night, as guests wore everything from neon 80's garb to glow-in-the-dark Tron Legacy costumes. As if celebrating Halloween on DC's most famous rooftop with a view of the National Mall wasn't enough to raise morale, a portion of the proceeds went to the Washington Humane Society. More»
W Hotels and Intel announced a new partnership today called “Four Stories,” an innovative screenplay competition curated by director and screenwriter Roman Coppola and his award-winning production company, The Directors Bureau. More»
On Sunday evening, the W Hotel welcomed VIPs from the tennis world for a party to kick off the Citi Open, formerly known as the Legg Mason Tennis Classic. The tournament is also open to women for the first time ever.
After dinner in the ballroom, guests sipped on cocktails and mingled on the W's famous POV rooftop, which overlooks the White House and the National Mall. More»
The W Hotel's 'Boom with a View' provided one of the best views of the National Fireworks Show last night, and of course, a great party to go with it. Guests enjoyed premium cocktails (particularly the special Ciroc cocktails) and music by Burnt Sienna while mingling and watching the mall slowly fill up with people. At approximately 9:15, the National Fireworks show started, and everyone at the sold-out event took in the spectacle from one of the best vantage points available. It's definitely a view of the fireworks everyone should have at least once. More»
Thursday, June 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.