DC kicked-off the Bastille Day celebrations and French Restaurant Week at “RED, WHITE, & BRUT!” at The Washington Club
WL gets an exclusive look at the first episode of DC Cupcake, a reality show premiering Friday night which goes behind the scenes of the sweet success of Georgetown Cupcake.
Opening night for the Washington Kastles was a grand slam for local tennis fans as Washington big wigs invaded Kastles stadium Wednesday night.
Amidst sophisticated furnishings at Muleh, guests helped the recently formed Plastic Pollution Coalition raise money in a campaign to refuse disposable plastics.
“Boom With a View” will take place at POV at the W Hotel in DC, to combine Washington’s best view of the national fireworks with exclusive performances by the Honey Brothers and DJ Sky Nellor.
Condé Nast Traveler fetes Obama’s senior advisor Valerie Jarrett at an event inspired by Michelle Obama’s appearance on the cover the magazine’s May issue.
Doreen Drewry Lehr celebrated the launch of her new book, “A Girl’s War: A Childhood Lost in Britain’s WWII Evacuation,” at Peacock Cafe in Georgetown Thursday June 24th.
The top business and philanthropic figures of the District gathered at Smith and Wollensky Steakhouse to mingle, participate in an auction, and most importantly, taste the highest-quality of Vodka in the world.
Under the soft, dim lighting of Teatro Goldini’s charming Italian restaurant, Washingtonians, political figureheads, writers, reporters, and film aficionados awaited the arrival of one of the most renowned, powerful, and controversial directors in Hollywood, Academy Award winning filmmaker Oliver Stone.