Wild Women of Georgetown Walking Tour

Stroll through our historic neighborhood focusing on the stories of the women who helped build it, run it, and celebrate it. Women from all centuries … [read more]

Fragrant Floral Workshop at Hillwood Feb. 23

As part of a scented suite of workshops associated with Perfume and Seduction, Hillwood Museum is hosting a workshop on Saturday, … [read more]

Women in the Arts Pop Up Block Party March 8

March 8 marks International Women’s Day and Tthe 3rd Annual Women in the Arts Pop up Block Party will be held in Georgetown, DC … [read more]

Oscar Countdown: 'The Wife'

Since the screening of The Wife in August, Glenn Close has been nominated for Best Actress and her chances are good.  Here is … [read more]

Oscar Countdown: 'Vice'

VICE has been nominated for eight Oscars including Best Picture, Adam McKay for Best Director, Sam Rockwell for Actor in a Supporting Role, Amy … [read more]

'Big Shots'

Guy Webster, the photographer behind classic album covers from The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, The Doors, The Byrds, Simon & Garfunkel and … [read more]

Community Palette

by Peter Rosenstein

'Richard the Third' – Violent but Riveting

Richard the Third is a violent play. After his hit production of King Charles III, David Muse returns to the Shakespeare Theatre Company to direct Richard the Third, a mesmerizing … [read more]

Main Dish

by Beth Solomon

Middle C Hits High Note with Tender Vows and Tough Cases

"Tough Cases and Tender Vows" were on the agenda -- not necessarily in that order -- at the 25th wedding anniversary celebration of Bill Rice and Myrna Sislen and a book talk by two D.C. … [read more]

Create and Curate

by Kristen Coffield

Why Natural Wine Is The Only Wine You Should Be Drinking

Wine is an elegant ritual. It can be an oasis of calm at the end of a hectic day, a celebration, a facilitator of romance, or an enhancement a lovely meal. I always say when you are looking for a … [read more]

Stir It Up

by Mixing Bowl

International Spy Museum Moving to L'Enfant Plaza

The International Spy Museum is moving to L’Enfant Plaza this spring. "The District of Columbia is very pleased to bring an expanded Spy Museum to L’Enfant … [read more]

Rothman At-Large

by David H. Rothman

Nancy Pelosi vs. Female Misogynists?

In a scenic mountain town in Trump country, a professional woman in her 50s scanned the front page of the local daily. She read a headline about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Donald … [read more]

A La Carte

by Judith Beermann

Ritz-Carlton Georgetown Hosts CAG Meeting on The Future of Georgetown

The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown hosted the Citizens Association of Georgetown (CAG) first public meeting of 2019 Tuesday evening.  CAG President Leslie Maysak greeted guests at a reception of … [read more]

Hollywood on the Potomac

by Janet Donovan

Oscar Countdown: 'The Wife'

Since the screening of The Wife in August, Glenn Close has been nominated for Best Actress and her chances are good.  Here is a look back at Hollywood on the … [read more]

Let's Play Some Football! Super Bowl Chili, Fresh Salsa & Guac

When The Washington Post was considering doing a feature story about my book, Diet Simple, among the recipes they tested was my chili. They loved it!  The whole-front-page … [read more]

Runaway Spoon

by Janet Staihar

Pompeo Is Where He Wants To Be: The Nation's #1 Diplomat

“I remember thinking when I was growing up in Orange County [California]; I want to be as important as Henry Kissinger.I still do.”So said Secretary of State Michael Pompeo. The two … [read more]

In The Know

by The Scoop

WFP Lists Modern Georgetown Penthouse

Washington Fine Properties is pleased to offer this stunning modern, sun-filled three bedroom, three and-a-half bath customized Georgetown penthouse in The Montrose at $2,550,000 situated on … [read more]

Gravy Boat

by So Saucy

WIDLS First to Offer Emsella in DC

Dr. Tina Alster and the physicians at the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery (WIDLS) are the first to offer Emsella in Washington, DC.  The first device … [read more]

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