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Big Night DC New Year’s Eve Extravaganza had over 7,000 attendees last year, and the party will be even bigger this year with 35,000 more square feet of live bands, DJs, dance floors, food and beverage stations, casino games, karaoke, party favors, and more--making it one of the largest New Year’s Eve Galas in America. More»
We've got some new details on Thursday's crush party with Hinge, the Facebook dating app which we have found to be super addictive. The party at Town Hall will feature LOTS of mistletoe, flattering lighting, complimentary prosecco from 7-9, and drink specials like $3 beers, $4 wines, $5 rail cocktails and $5 prosecco after 9. More»
Dough Gooders is a non-profit founded three years ago in Washington, DC, comprised of young professional women. The focus of Dough Gooders is to help the less fortunate, including the homeless population, in the DC community. More»
Like John Mayer once said, no one wants to be alone at Christmastime. Find and meet your perfect match at the Hinge crush party on Thursday, December 6. We've worked with the founders of the addictive dating app to pick out dozens of cool, cute single Glover Park girls who will be Hinging away between now and the party, and lucky bachelors will be invited to meet them. Those girls will also be bringing some of their cute single gal pals to join in on the fun.
If you are single, this is a can't miss party, because it'll be packed with cuties. Trust us. More»
Here are our picks of the best post-Thanksgiving events in the District to help you dance away that stuffing. As always, there's even more fun to be had on our calendar!
Just in case you don't get your fix at the Renaissance Arlington tonight, come to the Renaissance Dupont for a Children's Miracle Network fundraiser, featuring music by DJ Cassidy, drinks by Ari and Micah Wilder, and of course, Guest of a Guest photographers.
When: Wednesday, November 14, 6-8pm
Metro: Dupont Circle or Foggy Bottom
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Saturday, May 18
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.