Wegmans Slated to Open in Fannie Mae Building on...

The recently sold 228,000 square foot building at 3900 Wisconsin Avenue NW, currently Fannie Mae headquarters, is slated to become the first … [read more]

Karen Silve at Susan Calloway Fine Arts Gallery

Abstract artist's Karen Silve's recent travels to Beijing inspired her latest exhibition at Susan Calloway Fine Arts Gallery through June 3, … [read more]

The Hamptons!

“When you mix them all together, it’s mayhem,” author Holly Peterson told Hollywood on the Potomac at a book launch in her honor at … [read more]

The Right Amount of Alcohol Can Improve Health

Nutrition is a complicated science. Some of what we know makes complete sense, but often the science seems counter-intuitive. For instance, most … [read more]

One-Stop Summer Beauty Shopping

The only salon in Washington, DC to use Murad facial products is also the only place you’ll find master aesthetician Linda Hardiman and master … [read more]

JFK Centennial

Written by guest contributor Kandie Stroud MSNBC’s Chris Matthews joined Former MD Lieutenant Governor Kathleen Kennedy Townsend and other … [read more]

Speakers Table

by Guest Plate

Wegmans Slated to Open in Fannie Mae Building on Wisconsin Avenue

The recently sold 228,000 square foot building at 3900 Wisconsin Avenue NW, currently Fannie Mae headquarters, is slated to become the first Washington, DC Wegmans. Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. is a … [read more]

The Right Amount of Alcohol Can Improve Health

Nutrition is a complicated science. Some of what we know makes complete sense, but often the science seems counter-intuitive. For instance, most people know that fruits and vegetables are good for … [read more]

A La Carte

by Judith Beermann

Cigale, Cicada

If we were in the South of France, there'd be a parade. The noisy spokes insect of provençal culture (thanks to the poet Frédéric Mistral), is off schedule and emerging en … [read more]

Main Dish

by Beth Solomon

Poisoned, not Penitent: Russian Activist Urges U.S. to Stand Up to Putin

Two years ago, Vladimir Kara-Murza, a boyish former journalist and political activist in Russia, was mysteriously poisoned and fell into a coma. Three months earlier, his friend and ally, activist … [read more]

On The Look Out

by Watched Pot

Under Armour Not Coming to Georgetown

As reported May 10 in Washington Business Journal, Sagamore Development, the investment company which owns the building on the southeast corner of Wisconsin and M Street in Georgetown, is … [read more]

Runaway Spoon

by Janet Staihar

Kerry Addresses CARE Leaders: Chelsea Clinton and Barbara Bush Upcoming

Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry welcomed new CARE Chief Operating Officer Heather Higginbottom at the home of board member Ranvir Trehan and his wife Adarsh in McLean, Va, last … [read more]

Rothman At-Large

by David H. Rothman

A Fake Newser in King Donald’s Court

Late last night I fell asleep reading the Failing New York Times on my iPad here in Alexandria, Virginia. To my surprise, though a time warp and other inexplicable phenomena, I awoke in a … [read more]

King Cake

by Ada Polla

Gold Leaf Studios: A DC Treasure

I have lived in DC for 15 years, and I still discover hidden treasures. My most recent discovery is Gold Leaf Studios, a gilding studio tucked behind 22nd Street NW.I have never been an artist, … [read more]

Hollywood on the Potomac

by Janet Donovan

The Hamptons!

“When you mix them all together, it’s mayhem,” author Holly Peterson told Hollywood on the Potomac at a book launch in her honor at The Jefferson Hotel in Washington, DC for her … [read more]

What's Hot

by Pepper Pot

One-Stop Summer Beauty Shopping

The only salon in Washington, DC to use Murad facial products is also the only place you’ll find master aesthetician Linda Hardiman and master lash artist Titi!  From Medical and … [read more]

Georgetown Current

by The Georgetown Current

Slated Georgetown Project Struggling to Find Retail Tenants

By Brady HoltCurrent Staff WriterA planned Georgetown commercial building that won zoning and design approval two years ago continues to remain in limbo as no tenants have yet signed a lease for the … [read more]

Gravy Boat

by So Saucy

Dr. Tina Alster Introduces Silhouette InstaLift to DC

Founded by renowned dermatologic surgeon Tina Alster, MD in 1990, the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery was the first private practice in the world exclusively dedicated to the … [read more]

Daily Roast

by Espresso Cup

Amazon Bookstore Coming to Georgetown

Who says we don't read print books anymore? As reported by Washington Business Journal, Amazon has plans to open a bookstore in Georgetown. "Steven Roth, the chief executive of … [read more]

Community Palette

by Peter Rosenstein

A New Winery in Maryland

It is always exciting when a new venture comes online and when it’s a vineyard you know it has taken a long time and lots of love to get it right.  On Saturday, April 29th Hidden Hills … [read more]

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