Category: Front Page Features

Mary Gauthier Powerfully Soldiers On

By Steve Houk / livingonmusic.com Mary Gauthier has to feel that life is full of the gloriously unexpected. Twenty-nine years after she stopped drinking cold turkey and twenty-two after she wrote her first song,...

Music Notes: The Rhythmic Brain Of Mickey Hart

By Steve Houk / livingonmusic.com Mickey Hart has got rhythm. Of course anyone who knows anything about rock music knows that. I mean, as drummer and percussionist extraordinaire for the Grateful Dead for over...

Luther Dickinson: Livin’ The Dream

By Steve Houk / livingonmusic.com One of rock’s most respected musicians keeps finding bliss amongst his many collaborations. If there was ever a rock star basking in a musical heaven-on-earth right now, it’s got...

Innovators & Disruptors: The 2019 Tech 25

The local entrepreneurs leading the charge on national and global innovations. In recent years, the Washington metropolitan area has consistently ranked among the nation’s top technology centers and the industry is now a critical component...

The Washington Life 2019 Social List

The 24th annual record of notably social individuals from politics, diplomacy, business, philanthropy and the arts. A Mr. and Mrs. JAMES ABDO (Mai) Mrs. JOHN WILLIAM ABEL-SMITH (Mimi) The Honorable and Mrs. TYLER ABELL...

City of Champions: The Capitals Bring the Stanley Cup to Washington

When Lars Eller scored the goal that would secure the championship in Game 5 in Las Vegas, massive crowds both inside and outside the arena back home went wild, jumping in unison and altering their chant to “We HAVE the cup!” Some swear the ground shook that night. What is certain is that the win caused a seismic shift in the city’s psyche.

WHCD 2017 in a Nutshell

Another White House Correspondent’s weekend in the books, and in true President Trump fashion he didn’t even let celebrated journalists get a breather Monday (see CBS interview). By not participating in the tradition of...

On the Record: Covering Trump

Five White House correspondents speak candidly about covering the first 100 days of President Donald Trump. The same week White House press secretary Sean Spicer made those controversial comments comparing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad...