On The Look Out

Bluemercury Opens on P Street

October 7, 2015

Bluemercury, the Georgetown-based luxury makeup, skincare and spa destination with 71 locations is opening its newest location in Logan Circle.

Join Bluemercury for their grand opening celebration of Bluemercury at 1427 P Street NW on Saturday, October 10.

Stop by from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm for cupcakes, makeovers, mini treatments and more.

The first 100 attendees will received deluxe gift bags.

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Icon Rocker Steven Tyler Likes Italian Pizza

October 5, 2015

American rocker Steven Tyler dined at il Canale in Georgetown on Saturday. Tyler had Italian thin-crust pizza and salad.

He is best known as the lead singer of the rock band Aerosmith. He plays the harmonica, piano and percussion.  

The singer-songwriter is also known for his high-energy performances and is often called the "Demon of Screamin" due to his high pitch screams and his wide vocal range.

After an early dinner, Tyler  agreed to a cell phone photograph with il Canale management and wait staff. True to his image, he wears colorful clothes and scarves (see picture).

He was in town for Sunday's anti-addiction rally and concert on the Mall.

Tyler dined with his manager and a security guy. He was immediately recognized by fans at il Canale.

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Tour Tudor Place and Oak Hill Cemetery Oct. 3

September 27, 2015

History lives “around the block” in Georgetown, and behind closed doors at Tudor Place  at 1644 31st Street. Take a look behind the scenes at Tudor Place and learn all about the storied Oak Hill Cemetery nearby on this joint guided tour on Saturday, October 3, 2015. the tour begins at 10:00 am and lasts until noon.

Oak Hill, the resting place of capital luminaries and heroes of the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, is also the site of the famed chapel by James Renwick, architect of the Smithsonian Castle and New York’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral. After leaving the cemetery, join docents at Tudor Place to see places normally closed to the public, including a 1960s bomb shelter.

Tickets are $15 for Members | $20 Non Members. For tickets, click here.

Purchase an event parking pass for $7. Passes MUST be purchased in advance of the tour. To purchase a pass, please call the Education Department at Tudor Place at 202.965.0400 ext 108. Pass is valid from 9:45 am. to 12:30 pm at Oak Hill Cemetery on the day of the tour only.


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