Washington Life Magazine

The Dish: Wine for All

In honor of National Wine Day (May 25), here are four friendly neighborhood wine bars make wine approachable to the average Joe. A number of wine bars across the city are actively working to counteract...

The Dish: Stay Then Play

Twelve of Washington’s luxury hotels with food and drink scenes to write home about. Off the Record // The Hay-Adams Hotel Come for the political cartoon coasters, stay for the inventive, wonky cocktails – “Hillary’s...

Art in the City: Disrupting Art and Scene

The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden’s Spring Gala featured Jennifer Rubell’s latest interactive art performance “Send in the Clowns.” Within my Google rabbit hole researching New York-based artist Jennifer Rubell, it didn’t take long...

Art in the City: Line in the Sand

The haunting virtual reality exhibit ‘Carne y Arena’ takes visitors on a border crossing journey that blurs the lines between art and politics.  Mud- caked sneakers, frayed wedges, torn up boots and other miscellaneous...