A Classic Blue ARTECHOUSE Experience

ARTECHOUSE closes out 2020 by focusing on Pantone’s Color of the Year: Classic Blue.  This new exhibit, which runs through January 3, … [read more]

Life in the Pandemic Continues

We have all gone through seven months of life in a pandemic. Most of us have managed to adapt to this life or as we call it the ‘new … [read more]

Vote to Re-Elect Brooke Pinto

Councilmember Brooke Pinto was sworn in to the DC Council as the first woman to represent Ward 2 and the youngest Councilmember in history on June … [read more]

Tudor Place Lecture on Marietta Minnigerode Andrews

Tudor Place is sponsoring a free virtual lecture on Marietta Minnigerode Andrews: Womanhood and the Arts with Krystyn R. Moon, Ph.D., University of … [read more]

Pumpkin Carving 101

Ok, after seven months in the kitchen, you've proven to your family you can bake bread, roll sushi, and properly prepare all five French Mother … [read more]

'Hopper in Paris' at The Phillips Collection

Now through January 10, 2021, The Phillips Collection is featuring Hopper in Paris,11 works by Edward Hopper exclusively on loan … [read more]

A La Carte

by Judith Beermann

Vote to Re-Elect Brooke Pinto

Councilmember Brooke Pinto was sworn in to the DC Council as the first woman to represent Ward 2 and the youngest Councilmember in history on June 27th, 2020. Brooke has been a conscientious, engaged, … [read more]

Create and Curate

by Kristen Coffield

Basic Rights Were Denied To My Mother And Grandmother

There is one essential thing every woman in America can do to leave the world a better place.Exercise the right to vote. Never take the HARD-WON privilege of voting for granted. A hundred years … [read more]

Hollywood on the Potomac

by Janet Donovan

And the Award Goes to ...

Written with guest contributor Liz Sizer Welcome to jazz quarantine, a place we created to keep each one of the musicians safe, but not quiet,” said jazz harmonicist Frederic Yonnet who … [read more]

Speakers Table

by Guest Plate

City Sliders Opens in Georgetown

City Sliders is open starting today, October 5, 2020 at 1529 Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown. Featuring 21 kinds of sliders - from a BLT, to Korean pork belly, brisket, Nashville hot chicken, … [read more]

Daily Roast

by Espresso Cup

DC Invests in Winter Ready Streatery

Mayor Muriel Bowser announced Wednesday the investment of $4 million through the new Streatery Winter Ready Grant program to assist restaurants as they winterize their outdoor dining areas and … [read more]

Community Palette

by Peter Rosenstein

Life in the Pandemic Continues

We have all gone through seven months of life in a pandemic. Most of us have managed to adapt to this life or as we call it the ‘new normal’. Time spent alone or with our families or … [read more]

In The Know

by The Scoop

Visit Virginia Wineries This Fall

Wine Country has compiled a list of 89 Top Virginia Wineries. Yes, there are that many! Two of our favorites are RdV in Delaplane and Boxwood in Middleburg.Check out some of the newer ones … [read more]

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Brooke Pinto — No, I have worked in the hospitality industry, in hotels, restaurants, a senior living community and managed a frozen yogurt shop. I have worked on... … [read more]
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Burleith — I appreciate the explanation! So prior to your time on the DC Council, you had only one year of full-time work experience? … [read more]
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Brooke Pinto — Burleith -- as I was a student and then in temporary roles working for a court and as a fellow, I was not violating any laws in CT, DC, or anywhere... … [read more]
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Sunny — It is good to see a Councilmember taking direct questions! Brooke, in a recent article (maybe Washington Post? DCist?) you said you didn't … [read more]
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Burleith — Hi Brooke - I appreciate the explanation, but to be clear, Sen. Blumenthal was last up for re-election in 2016, and you voted in Connecticut in... … [read more]
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