In The Know
EGG by Susan Lazar is opening in Georgetown November 1st at 1661 Wisconsin Avenue. Egg hatched in 2003, when designer Susan Lazar decided to create a lifestyle brand designed around the needs of stylish mothers and children.
Egg Baby uses natural fabrics and clean, simple designs- with no frills or gimmicks in sight. The result is fashionable yet timeless baby clothes of the highest quality. Our organics line features soft organic cotton that is eco-friendly and perfect for sensitive skin.
On November 1st from 9-11 am, EGG will be offering all shoppers 25% off all items if they present the invitation shown at right. Bagels and coffee will be provided.
Calder Loth, Senior Architectural Historian (semi-retired) of the Virginia Department of Historic Resources, returns to Tudor Place Tuesday, October 22nd from 6:30-8:00 pm to trace the development of Greek Revival style and how it enriches the U.S. and European architectural landscape.
In an inimitably engaging style, Mr. Loth will use images from his personal archive and others to show how Greek architectural vocabulary describes much of what we see today in our region and to illustrate the differences between the Greek and Roman orders.
Enjoy a glass of wine before the lecture.
Complimentary to Landmark Society Members
Tudor Place Members welcome at $15
Tudor Place is located at 1644 31st Street. Tel: 202.965.0400
Giuseppe “Joe” Farruggio, the Italian owner of il Canale in Georgetown, has been honored by Casa Italiana for his business acumen and contributions to promote Italian culture during ceremonies at a Columbus Day Celebration.
The honor was bestowed Saturday night following a Viva Verdi! concert featuring the operas of Giuseppe Verdi at Holy Rosary Church in D.C.
Presenting the award was Maestro Bruno Fusco, an accomplished musical talent and choreographer. Fusco organizes shows for Casa Italiana of Washington, DC.
Farruggio, born in Sicily, is an avid supporter of the Italian way of life in America as well as a generous contributor to American charitable organizations.
He often returns to his homeland to visit relatives and renew his friendships. On these trips, he also continues his ties with Italian businesses, including wineries and specialty food producers.
Farruggio owns il Canale Pizzeria and Ristorante in Georgetown, and Joe’s Place in Arlington and Vienna.
The opera and presentations were part of 2013 The Year of Italian Culture, which is being celebrated by Italians around the world.