There was a wild warehouse party for Washington singles at the new 1776 Campus for Hinge, the addictive dating app that matches people with friends-of-friends by matching up couples based on their personalities and what they look for in a mate. The famous Viceroy was spinning loud techno beats as hundreds of guests danced in his lazer beams, and there were virtually no drink lines as dozens of bartenders unloaded cocktails as fast as they could from Tito’s Vodka, Catoctin Creek Whiskey and Green Hat Gin.
We noticed quite a few matches pairing off at the end of the night...as well as a few of you that were wearing blue wristbands (for single people) when you should have been wearing white ones. Naughty naughty! After-parties were held at George and The Huxley.
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Tuesday, May 21
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.