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AllSaints Spitalfields Opening in Georgetown

AllSaints LogoAs America awaits the arrival (and outfits!) of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, a bit of British style also lands in Georgetown with the opening of High Street retailer AllSaints Spitalfields (3235 M Street NW) this week. AllSaints opened their first standalone store in London on All Saints Day (November 1) in 1997 after starting as a menswear brand in 1994. Named after All Saints Road in London's trendy Notting Hill neighborhood, the vintage-inspired line focuses on fresh and innovative design, detail, graphics, and fabrication. AllSaints will offer a full range of accessories and apparel collections for men, women, and children in an impressive two-level space featuring rock 'n' roll decor including their signature antique Singer sewing machines. Details and store hours. 202.595.9828

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Extended Play for National Pinball Museum  

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National Pinball Museumhas extended its play time at its current location, the Shops at Georgetown Park (3222 M Street, NW Ste M325, Street Level). Originally slated to close in July, the museum will now remain fully operational including exhibits, parties and pinball through Labor Day. Come experience an unmatched collection of this classic American game with special discounted prices through Monday, September 5, 2011. The National Pinball Museum has a collection of over 850 machines with 200 currently on exhibit in their galleries. Visitors can play 40 machines ranging from retro woodrail games to modern solid state machines in the Pay-to-Play room. Click here for more about the museum. The private party room is available for families and businesses to host unique events and museum hours. 202.337.9245


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Boffi: Bath Sale 

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For all your kitchen and bathroom design needs this summer, Boffi Georgetown (3320 M Street, NW) offers an updated showroom with new products, along with a three-week Bath Sale. With renovations come incredible opportunities to add Boffi style to your home with significantly reduced pricing beginning at 50% off retail on a variety of bathroom and kitchen display models. For featured display styles and further details on this summer Bath Sale, email info@boffigeorgetown.com or call 203.337.7700.


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Galerie Lareuse: Art of the Month, July 2011    


Galerie Lareuse - Andy Warhol

This July, Galerie Lareuse (2820 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW) is proud to present "Uncle Sam: From the Myths Suite" by Andy Warhol as the Art of the Month. Available now, Galerie Lareuse is showcasing this silkscreen in colors with diamond dust as well as other rare pieces and works by 19th and 20th century European and American masters including Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Joan Miro, Rembrandt Van Rijn, Pierre-Auguest Renoir and more. Galerie Lareuse deals with the rarest pieces and works with top private collectors and major museums throughout the world. Click here for more information about the gallery and a brief history about Andy Warhol. 202.333.1506


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Sassanova: Jack Rogers Trunk Show   

Sassanova - Jack Rogers Trunk Show

Time to show off that pedicure! On Friday, July 8 from 12 to 6 p.m. and Saturday, July 9 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,Sassanova (1641 Wisconsin Avenue, NW) upgrades your summer shoe collection with a Jack Rogers Trunk Show. For over 50 years, Jack Rogers has set the bar high for resort fashion, offering an upscale take on the classic summertime sandal. The Jack Rogers brand first rose to fame in the 1960s as the favorite resort footwear worn in Palm Beach, and has since grown to include a full line of women's apparel, footwear and accessories, as well as girl's footwear. 202.471.4440


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Tudor Place: Georgetown Civil War House & Walking Tour   

tudorplaceWhat was life like in Georgetown during American democracy's gravest test? Find out duringTudor Place's (1644 31st Street, NW) Georgetown Civil War House & Walking Tours on the second Saturday of every month starting Saturday, July 9. The House Tour will begin at 10:30 a.m. and the Walking Tour at 12:30 p.m. The tours offer a rare glimpse into the lives of residents, both free and enslaved, of the Tudor Place estate. Explore life in Civil War Washington through family stories or discover Civil War Georgetown on a unique walking expedition to including the final resting places of Confederate spies, a Union hospital, military leaders' residences and a neighborhood home to enslaved and free African Americans. Call 202.965.0400 to register. 


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Tudor Place: Fairy Tea   

tudor placeEnjoy a festive Fairy Tea complete with delicious sweet treats at Tudor Place (1644 31st Street, NW) on Saturday, July 9 at 1 p.m. Children are invited to dress up in special fairy costumes complete with tutu's, wands, and wings and learn to take tea from costumed interpreters. After the tea party, the little fairies will tour Tudor Place's enchanting gardens and make a special period craft to take home. Click here to register. 202.965.0400


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Susan Calloway Fine Arts: Janet Fry Rogers  


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On view at the Thos. Moser (3300 M Street, NW) DC showroom from July through September, join Susan Calloway Fine Arts (1643 Wisconsin Avenue, NW) and other art connoisseurs for Janet Fry Rogers' most recent work, Silver Reflections and New Drawings. Silver Reflections and New Drawings demonstrates the creative evolution of Rogers' use of oxidized silver and white gold leaf in combination with acrylic paint that creates reflective and dynamic compositions. As a counterpoint to the gold and silver works on view, Rogers' drawings of flowers and leaves emphasize the importance and simplicity of the formal qualities of line and shape. 202.965.4601 


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Blues Alley:  Marcus Johnson  

Perfrorming Blues Alley - Marcus Johnsonat clubs throughout the United States and a feature performer at many jazz festivals, contemporary jazz artist Marcus Johnson will be performing at Blues Alley (1073 Wisconsin Avenue, NW) Thursday, July 7 through Sunday, July 10 at 8 and 10 p.m. Having achieved Billboard chart success with his Image Award nominated CD, "Poetically Justified," Johnson has been included among the ranks of contemporary jazz greats. "Poetically Justified" boldly signifies the evolution of Johnson's deliberate crossing into the pop/rock genre with a jazz spin inspired by some of pop music's most celebrated songs. Click  here for details. Tickets. 202.337.4141