(Photo Credit: Ashley Thron, Metromix)
Style & Image Network will host their Sixth Annual Beauty Night Out and take DC by beauty storm. Beauty Night Out is an exclusive night dedicated to bringing savvy women together for an evening of shopping, pampering and cocktails. The setting will be at Long View Gallery, and […]
On April 16, Easter Seals Serving DC | MD | VA will honor legendary broadcast journalist Tom Brokaw, award-winning actor Gary Sinise and Citi for contributions to military, veterans and their families at its annual Advocacy Awards. The dinner event will focus on achievements in veterans employment and recognize individuals, corporations and foundations that […]
As a nation we have the Academy Awards, the Golden Globe Awards, the Emmy Awards and DC has the Helen Hayes Awards honoring our local theater community. Monday night was the 29th Helen Hayes Awards held at The Warner Theater, which is located in the original theater district in DC. The awards is led […]
The Washington Ballet (TWB) announces a new community engagement initiative, Ballet Night Tights, to encourage young DC Metro adults (ages 21 – 35) to make The Washington Ballet performances a part of their social lives. Membership is FREE and members will receive substantially discounted ticket offers and exclusive invitations to TWB social and educational […]
The Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation (ADDF) will host its third annual Great Ladies Luncheon and Fashion Show on Thursday, April 11, 2013. The luncheon is co-chaired by Leonard A. Lauder and Elise and Marc Lefkowitz in collaboration with Saks Fifth Avenue.
Elise Lefkowitz describes how the memory of her mother drew her to this […]
Russel Brand and David Lynch at premier of “Meditation Creativity Peace” documentary for David Lynch Foundation (Photo Credit: Amy Graves)
The Billy Wilder Theatre at UCLA’s Hammar Museum overflowed with more than three times its 300-person capacity on Tuesday, April 2, 2012 for a surprisingly huge flock of viewers coming to experience the […]
Ever wonder what it is like being deaf? Do you know the history of deafness? These questions and more were explored in the Deafhood Monologues at the Atlas Theater on the hip H Street on Friday night, April 5, 2013.
The Deafhood Monologues is an episodic play of Deaf experiences, chronicles and reflections […]
When I think of Hello, Dolly! I think of the movie version that starred Barbara Stresisand. It made me appreciate the lead actress even more in the wonderful, charming and quick witted, musical production of Hello Dolly! directed by the renowned Eric Schaeffer at Ford’s Theater.
Nancy Opel as Dolly with the ensemble […]
Peter and the Wolf (Photo Credit: Washington Ballet)
The Washington Ballet (TWB) presents Brian Reeder’s captivating adaptation of the classic tale, Peter and the Wolf, May 19 and 20, 2013 at THEARC Theater. Based on the Russian children’s tale and set to Prokofiev’s famous score, this family series production showcases The Washington Ballet’s […]
Jared Nelson. Photo by Brianne Bland.
The Washington Ballet (TWB) celebrates the world premiere of Septime Webre’s Hemingway: The Sun Also Rises with The Hemingway in Paris Ball. One of DC’s premier fundraising events, the annual gala celebrates The Washington Ballet’s deep ties with the community and raises critical funds for the Ballet’s […]