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The Newseum buzzed with celebrities and media elites for the DC premiere of the first original series on Netflix, House of Cards. The 13-episode series premieres this Friday, February 1, and yes, you can watch all 13 episodes at once if you want to. More»
[Snow falls over a crowd of brides and a Marchesa wedding gown] - More photos HERE!
Washington's top names in the wedding industry were at the Ritz-Carlton on Sunday afternoon at Washingtonian Bride & Groom's Unveiled. Brides browsed the best cakes, caterers, photographers, gowns and more at the wedding extravaganza, which culminated with a fashion show, which further culminated with a showstopping Marchesa making its second debut on a snowy runway. More»
[L: Junior Council co-chairs Jim McInerney and Clare Bonsignore] Go HERE for more photos!
Well-dressed young professionals came to the electrifying House of Sweden on Saturday night to support the Children's National Medical Center. Open bar, desserts, a silent auction and a photo booth kept guests occupied when they weren't dancing on the lower level to the Winn Brothers Band. More»
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Lobbyist Jack Quinn and his wife, socialite Susanna Quinn, hosted friends of the Children's National Medical Center for an evening to kick off planning for the Children's Ball last night. Guests enjoyed passed bites and sips, conversation, and left with a cupcake from Georgetown Cupcake, which were placed in a pyramid position by the front door. 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»
The Chinese New Year was in full swing at Ping Pong Dim Sum Chinatown, with Chinese dragons, musicians, and chefs entertaining the friends of the National Children's Center Foundation last night. NCC celebrated the theme of “Meaningful Employment For All” with a bevy of special invited guests, colleagues and industry leaders in the field of disability services. More»
Dupont Circle Russian eatery Mari Vanna finally opens tonight, after a month-long wait which included an excited tweet endorsement from DC's most famous Russian, Alex Ovechkin. Last night, friends and family were invited to check out the romantic space, and sample bites and drinks from the menu, including homemade Blinis (Russian-style crepes) while an accordionist filled the space with Russian melodies. More»
Over the weekend, LivingSocial's 918 F Street hosted a fitting fiesta with Rent the Runway (RTR) to get Washington's ladies dressed for Inauguration and other upcoming events. Over 1,500 ladies bought tickets to a shift of the thee-day pop-up shop, which included a glass of champagne, an RTR totebag, and 20% off their next RTR rental. More»
Inauguration season is upon us, which means it is time to dust off that tuxedo! Brooks Brothers, America's oldest male clothier, hosted a crash course in how to tie the perfect bow tie at its Connecticut Avenue location last night. More»
Monday, May 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.