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Night Nouveau November 2

October 13, 2013

Don’t miss Night Nouveau, DC’s newest must-attend event for young professionals, Saturday, November 2nd at 8:00 pm.

Arrive at historic Evermay Estate in Georgetown, and enter the fictional, film-noir style home of Phillip and Laura Spade, just in time for the murder of one of their guests. Presented by Drs. Sachiko Kuno and Ryuji Ueno, this year's themes is 1940's and 50's film noir.  The evening will be suspense filled and fun, with food and drink from the area's top restaurants. A mystery will unfold and be solved in the first part of the evening, followed by dancing later that night. Guests are invited to wear black & white cocktail attire or dress as their favorite film noir character.

Even dancing the night away has an additional twist at this unique event.

Tickets, which include valet parking, heavy hors d'oeuvres, dessert and open bar are $200 per person and $350 per couple. The event benefits the S&R Foundation, a 501(c) (3) non-profit whose mission is to encourage scientific research and artistic endeavors among talented individuals. To purchase tickets, visit Night Nouveau.

Evermay Estate is located at 1623 28th Street.


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Inspired by the Earth, Made by Hand

September 8, 2013

"My work is inspired by the warmth and beauty of the natural colors, intricate patterns and landscapes of the earth," says Helga Elli.
(Photo by: Adobe Trader Studio)

In a world full of mass-produced wares and stores flooded with cheap knock offs, it's refreshing to come across a line that's truly unique and entirely crafted by hand.

Such is the case with Adobe Trader Studio, a modern textile design workshop in the Washington, D.C. area creating unique textile art. All pieces are 100% hand crafted by the artist.

Adobe Trader Artist (Photo by: Adobe Trader Studio) Adobe Trader Artist

The patterns of decorative pillows, Adobe Trader Studio's signature item, are inspired by the beauty of nature, interpreted using rich, natural colors and patterns of the earth. All pieces are one-of-a kind and do not follow a pattern that can be reproduced en masse.

Even the stencils to create the intricate patterns are sourced  from nature, including plants, leaves, and herbs. The wooden print blocks are whistled by hand. Adobe Trader Studio also produces canvasses, linens, wall coverings and invites custom orders.

By Appointment only. Contact AdobeTrader@gmail.com


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Free Movies & Popcorn at Beasley Summer Film Series

July 30, 2013

Join Beasley Real Estate this summer for the Best of Summer Movie Series: every Sunday, through September 15, free community movie nights in neighborhoods around the Washington area.

In its second year, the series is a great opportunity for new and old neighbors to get together and enjoy a great night under the stars.  There'll be a two-story screen, free popcorn and other goodies too.  Guests can start arriving at 7:30 pm and the movies start at 8:00 pm. 

Each of the Beasley agents sponsor a night:

August 4:       Hosted by Jan M. Evans

Location: BETHESDA: Corner of Bethesda Ave and Woodmont Ave

Screening: The Princess Bride

August 11     Hosted by Jim Bell

                        Location: GEORGETOWN: Rose Park

                        Screening: Brave

August 18:     Hosted by Trent Heminger and Kevin Gray

                        Location: LOGAN CIRCLE: St Lukes on the Corner of P and 15th

                        Screening: Sixteen Candles

August 25:     Hosted by Ross Vann

                        Location: PALISADES: Palisades Park

                        Screening: The Incredibles

September 8:  Hosted by Tyler Jeffrey

Location: U STREET CORRIDOR: Harrison Square

Screening: Mrs. Doubtfire

September 15:  Hosted by Sheila Mooney

Location: WOODLEY PARK: TBD

Screening: TBD

Questions? Contact: D’Ann K. Lanning, Beasley Real Estate:   dlanning@beasleyre.com

 

 


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