One Night in Casablanca with the GI Film Festival

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Join the GI Film Festival for a night in Casablanca film, food, and fun. Test your luck on several of the games at “Rick’s Casino” bar after the film.

Journey to Casablanca for a magical evening of French-Moroccan food, libations and film presented as part of the 9th Annual GI Film Festival and Co-hosted […]

Recap: The 9th Annual Fashion For Paws 2015

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Co-chairs Poetry Sayer, Gregory Riegle & Lauren Talarico with hosts Dr. Katy Nelson & Scott Thuman ; top fundraisers Donald Huffman, Lynni Megginson & Tara Kovalski. (Photo credit by Moshe Zusman)

One of Spring’s most highly anticipated events, Fashion For Paws, a fun-filled night of fashion and furry friends to benefit the Washington […]

Smithsonian at 8 Presents A Toast to DC

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(Photo Credit: smithsonianassociates.org)

Washington, DC is many things to many people. Tourists flock to the city to take in the sites of our famous monuments and museums. Politicos love our city as there is never a dull moment, whether you are following a highly contested Ward election, the exploits of a former DC […]

Walk for Animals 2015 To Benefit Animal Welfare League of Alexandria

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Every day the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria serves a variety of animals big and small and provides protection and care for animals in need. They are hosting a walk to benefit all the animals they serve at the Vola Lawson Animal Shelter. They invite everyone to participate in this 1.5 mile walk to […]

A Tokyo Night Contemporaries Bash Benefiting The Phillips Collection

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(Photo Credit: The Phillips Collection)

The Phillips Contemporaries are taking over Dock 5 at Union Market on Friday, May 8 for an evening inspired by Harajuku, Tokyo underground and Japanese pop art! The exhibition will feature Hiroshi Sugimoto: Conceptual Forms and Mathematical Models, which highlights the work of one of Japan’s most important […]

Recap: 11th Annual Armed Forces Foundation Congressional Gala

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On April 21, 2015, the 11th Annual Armed Forces Foundation Congressional Gala was held at the Ronald Reagan Building International Trade Center. AFF vision is “through direct assistance programs and awareness and advocacy campaigns, we seek to honor this population for its service, improve military-to-civilian reintegration efforts, and preserve our fighting forces for the […]

Running for Hope: Join Team TCI for the 2015 Marine Corps Marathon and 10K

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As a once avid runner who has returned to the sport just over a year ago, I am always on the lookout for races to help me attain my fitness goals as well as give back to the community. In fact, one of my running goals is to compete in at least marathon but […]

A Novel Event Benefitting The Washington Literacy Center

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(Photo Credit: Alyssa Cowan)

On Thursday, April 23, 2015 The Homer Building will be filled with patrons of The Washington Literacy Center in celebration of their annual spring fundraiser. In the past you may know the event as Love Letters for Literacy, but this year they are putting a new twist on the […]

Charity Meets: Dr. Loveen Bains

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Dr. Bains (Photo Credit: Dr. Loveen Bains)

We had the pleasure of meeting Local Leader, Dr. Loveen Bains to discuss her story, her passions, and her commitment to giving back in the most meaningful ways.

Occupation: Senior Manager at the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards and Governance Chair, Board of Directors for […]

3rd Annual Sole Celebration Virginia To Fight Domestic Violence

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It was the spring of 2007, when three friends faced the tragic loss of one of the links in their chain. Christy Levy Peters, the twin sister of Katrina Levy Zidel, succumbed to brain cancer. The girls set out to honor a sister and dear friend’s memory by holding a modest remembrance luncheon vowing […]

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