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Engagements, pranks, memes, and more: here is a round up of the top social news in Washington in 2012. The juiciest gossip, squeezed just for Washingtonians:
[The Kastles pose with their championship King Trophy after defeating the Sacramento Capitals yesterday]
The Washington Kastles became the first team in major U.S. pro sports history to complete two consecutive perfect seasons by defeating the Sacramento Capitals 20-19 in the dramatic, back-and-forth WTT Finals in Charleston. More»
The US Open draw ceremony is only hours away, and we'll soon know the players we'll be watching all next week. The world's greatest tennis pros will battle it out for one of the most coveted titles of the year, but once the Williams sisters take the court, you'll be sure to be watching more than just their tennis skills. Since turning pro in the late 90's, Venus and Serena have been regarded as two of the greatest female tennis players of our time, and they play for DC's WTT tennis team, the Washington Kastles. But as much attention as they receive for their strong serves and ferocious footwork, their fans and critics can't help but take notice of the sisters' wild outfits. Check out some of Venus and Serena's craziest court couture! More»
Whether you're spending your Sunday afternoon chilling on a yacht with our mayor, chatting with celebs at Kiehl's for amFAR, playing casino games for wounded vets at L2, or watching Serena Williams Venus Williams kill it on the tennis courts for DC, here are the fun things shaking up DC this weekend! More»
[Anastasia Rodionova, Leander Paes; photo courtesy Washington Kastles by Willis Bretz]
Whew, that was a close one! DC's tennis team, the Washington Kastles, have not lost a game since 2010, making them Washington's "winningest team." The team scored their 23rd consecutive win last night, but the Sacramento Capitals really made them work for it. More»
Last night, Michelle Obama, her daughters Sasha and Malia, and Michelle's mother Marian Robinson came out to watch Venus Williams represent the Washington Kastles against the Boston Lobsters. Venus was diagnosed with Sjogren’s syndrome, autoimmune disorder that causes fatigue late last year. Guests at the match were ecstatic to see her play almost flawlessly at the beginning, but her fatigue noticeably set in during her 5-0 loss to Boston's Irina Falconi.MORE>>
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Last night, tennis fans that came to see Venus Williams represent the Washington Kastles against the Boston Lobsters were surprised to find that they'd be watching it with Michelle Obama, her daughters Sasha and Malia, and Michelle's mother Marian Robinson (often called "the first grandma" because she lives in the White house and is very active with the daily goings-on of the family). More»
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At this point, you should all just have an umbrella on your person every day. Every where you go. Rain is apparently the biggest thing to hit D.C. this July--forget Top Chef and DC Cupcakes. But Kastles players and fans did not let a few raindrops put a damper (pun intended) on their fun last night. 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.