Why would anyone in Washington, DC show up at a party that starts at midnight in a city where residents are home bound by ten, get up at five AM – step & repeat? LOBSTAH! “Maine After Midnight” was an Industry Event at the Loft on F Street celebrating Maine New Shell Lobster season – the sweetest, most tender and sustainable harvested lobster to the docks of Maine and menus worldwide. Step & repeat: LOBSTAH. We showed up.
Guillermo del Toro presents Mama, a supernatural thriller that tells the haunting tale of two little girls who disappeared into the woods the day that their parents were killed. When they are rescued years later and begin a new life, they find that someone or something still wants to come tuck them in at night.
What connects a photo of Sharon Stone baking pizza at a restaurant in Piazza Navona, a gown made by Gattinoni inspired by the color of olive oil, the renown Antonio de Curtis – also known as Totò – in Poverty and Nobility, the famous timbal dish prepared for The Leopard, portrayed by Burt Lancaster, and the locally grown creations of the great chef Pietro Parisi? Movie’n’Food – Sapore di Cinema (Savoring Cinema) at the Embassy of Italy in Washington DC to celebrate EXPO Milano 2015.
We’re not sure if you have to go to Mumbai, India to get this ‘cycle’, but might be worth the trip. The third “Cartier Travel with Style Concours” was held in Mumbai on Sunday 10th February 2013 and the first time that motorcycles were included among the many vehicles competing.
Knock Out Abuse’s luxurious fashion event raised funds for the D.C. based organization that benefits victims of domestic violence and was hosted by Saks Fifth Avenue, Park Hyatt Washington and DC Magazine.
There’s a lot of bonding going on these days in Washington and it’s not between the Republicans and the Democrats. James Bond crisscrossed the city last night from the British Embassy to Lima Restaurant and Lounge.
Home“You’re a national treasure,” Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi told Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz at the party celebrating her just-published book The Next Generation: A Wake-Up Call For Saving Our Nation. “You were our wake-up call when you came to Congress in 2005.”
Knocked Out! It’s kinda fun watching some of our most accomplished hometown girls out of control – such was the case at the 20th Anniversary celebration of Knock Out Abuse, founded by Cheryl Masri and Jill Sorenson.