By: Kate Michael The Washington National Cathedral was lit — literally — in splashes of rainbow spotlight for the 7th annual Chefs for Equality last night. “Deliciously Defiant” according to the invitation, is the sold out event that featured the...
“I use to say I would rather die than to stop driving, but I wasn’t offered that choice,” said 90 -year-old Barbara Gardien, who gave up her license voluntarily because her sight was going. “My own mother had her...
by Andrew Jones Through April 14th, at the Washington Convention Center, the Washington Auto Show brought hundreds of vehicles, from over 35 manufacturers, to engage auto enthusiasts who came from miles around to see the production, concept, luxury, electric, hybrid, exotic...
By: Kate Michael Whether you’ve just started your holiday shopping, are looking to support local artisans, or are just hoping to surround yourself with some holiday spirit, the 14th annual DowntownDC Holiday Market is ready for you. The market is located...
By: Kate Michael Fair Chance really spread its swings to fête its annual Butterfly Bash at Washington National Cathedral on Friday, October 19. The non-profit’s signature annual event raises funds and honors leaders committed to improving the lives of children and youth....
By: Kate Michael Wags, licks and puppy love are the newest amenities at one of Georgetown’s most popular hotels. Already an exceptionally pet-friendly hotel, Fairmont, Washington D.C. recently took things a step further by adopting a puppy! Georgie, an almost...
Even if you rely on food delivery services, such as takeout or packaged weekly meals, the District is still a great place to eat healthily, say two local nutritionists. “I counsel patients on eating better and to do more cooking...
Pantone has chosen its color of the year: Living Coral, for its nurturing warmth and playful quality. (Not to mention a stealth reference to the health of our oceans.) Ditto, Benjamin Moore: Metropolitan, which it describes as an “effortlessly sophisticated”...
By: Kate Michael Fall is D.C.’s busiest social season -- marked by an immeasurable number of outdoor festivals, cocktail parties and charity galas. There’s always an occasion to see and be seen! Enhanced by its cozy vibe, spectacular spaces, and wonderful...
By: Kate Michael “I was going through a fashion show dilemma, as always, and something was off,” said Carmen Marc Valvo on stage at the eighth annual Colorectal Cancer Alliance’s Blue Hope Bash at the National Building Museum Thursday night. “I...

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