You Want A Sugar Daddy?


Dear Miss A,

I was reading your article about sugar daddies. I am looking into trying it out, and well, since this is gonna be my first time, I have no clue as to how I go about. I’m wondering how we come into an aragnment and how does he [...]

Aging in a Man’s World

Recently, I was out with some female friends who range in age from 25 to 40, and we got onto the subject of dating and how difficult it is for older women to find men their age to date. Across the board, the complaint is that men seem to only want younger women, which [...]

Washington Life Social Calendar


Washington Life Magazine has always been my favorite magazine in Washington. I think it truly is the premier lifestyle magazine in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. It has been around far longer than Capitol File or DC Modern Luxury, and its publishers are not only well-connected, but also life-long Washingtonians who [...]

United Breaks Guitars!


Life gives us all lemons, but I love seeing people turn that into lemonade! We’ve all had issues with the airlines, and dealt with apathetic airline employees. Well, United messed with the wrong person when they started messing with Dave Carroll and his guitar. He turned his experience into a song, [...]

In Memorial of Farrah Fawcett & Michael Jackson


Yesterday America lost two of its most beloved icons, Farrah Fawcett and Michael Jackson. There aren’t enough words to express the shock and sadness that most of us are feeling about these two tragic events. For those of us who came of age in the 70′s and 80′s, Farrah and Michael were staples of [...]

Miss A’s Thoughts on Elizabeth Becton Scandal


Miss A – What is your take on the Liz Becton scandal? Thanks,


Dear Betsy,

In the past, I worked as an Executive Assistant for several powerful executives, such as a Partner at DCI Group, and the Managing Director of PeopleSoft’s Public Services Division, which brought in over $300 million [...]

Thoughts on Father’s Day


My friend, Ashley Futrell recently shared an article that her father, Clyde Hughes wrote about celebrating his first Father’s Day without his father. This was such a moving article that I asked her if I could share it with my readers this Father’s Day. I hope that you will all read [...]

Does The Senate Realize Slavery Is Still Happening In Our Country?


On Thursday, the Senate passed a resolution apologizing for slavery. The House of Representatives passed a similar resolution last July. The Washington Post quotes lead sponsor of the resolution, Senator Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) as saying, “You wonder why we didn’t do it 100 years ago. It is important to have a [...]

The 10 Commandments of Poolside Etiquette

Now that we are in midst of the summer season it is only appropriate to address the topic of personal etiquette while at the pool. Many of us enjoy lying poolside and enjoying the refreshing coolness of the chlorinated water. Unless you own a private pool located in your backyard, going to the pool [...]

Passionate Living: Lezlie Hiner


Brandon Rease, Kareem Rosser, Kevin Jones, Daymar Rosser, Richard Prather


Lezlie Hiner (photographed at left speaking at The Courage Cup’s Courage & Hope Gala in 2008) embodies “passionate living”. She has taken polo, the ”sport of kings,” to help Philadelphia at-risk youth stay in school. Many would ask, “Why polo?” Goodness knows, [...]

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