Chris Matthews Show producer Will Rabbe is at it again with his tv/DC mashups. This time, the White House gets a taste of what it would be like as Downton Abbey. Rabbe's video almost perfectly mimics the title sequence of the popular PBS period drama, done entirely in clips from the White House reels.
This week in Washington, Michelle Obama hosted Harrison Ford and other members of the cast and crew of 42, Kate Mara partied at Jack Rose, Elizabeth McKay hosted a trunk show in Alexandria, entrepreneurs gathered at L2 for Aneesh Chopra and more:
Hunky Chris Bukowski, who reached fame as a contestant on the Bachelorette and Bachelor Pad 3, is set to open up a sports bar in Clarendon this summer. Single, twenty-something females rejoice! (...And you are very welcome for this shirtless shot)
One of the best things about heading out on a holiday abroad is getting to stock up on cult beauty must haves from around the world. After all, isn't half the fun having a product that no one else has even heard of? Take a trip with us from Australia to Ecuador, and next time you're overseas, don't forget to stock up on these local gems. More>>-----
Washingtonians are known for being competitive, but it is especially true during the spring and summer. With the Caps in the playoff hunt, Nats season underway, and NCAA basketball finals right around the corner, DC sports lovers will start opting for spots filled with flat-screens and bantering drunks over dark and ominous lounges. For the days when someone else is using your private box suite (or--gasp--work interferes), here are our favorite DC sports bars for watching the big game.
Go HERE for more photos by Joy Asico, and TAG yourself and your friends! Last night, DC-based design firm inNuevo launched their all-in-one iPad dock, DOCKr, with a party at the historic Howard Theatre. Guests enjoyed an hour of open bar, cupcakes, and Latin dance lessons under the theatre's glittering lights.
Shirlie's Girls Night Out, the popular fashionista fest at the Village of Shirlington in Arlington, is back this summer and kicks off tomorrow with cocktails, cupcakes, trunk shows, restaurant specials, samples and more. The fun will go down the first Thursday of each month from now until October from 5-10pm.
Is rent too damn high, or are wages too damn low? DC topped the list of minimum wage hours needed to afford a two-bedroom apartment at 140 hours/week, according to a map published by Upworthy.com. Hot on DC's heels are New Jersey with 138 hours, Maryland with 137, and New York with 136. Neighboring Virginia only needs 112 hours, but that figure would more than likely be higher for an isolated Northern Virginia. View the full map here.