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Iconic Attractions
Katie Bianco | April 16, 2014

1. Luis Colmenares, Lead Personal Assistant, Capella Hotel
“Visit the embassy-rich neighborhood of Kalorama to sit on the Spanish Steps, a perfect place to admire the beautiful flowers and...

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Sunday Best
Jenna McLaughlin | April 9, 2014

1. Brabo
Chef Robert Wiedmaier’s Belgian-influenced Brabo will host it’s first ever Easter Brunch on April 20 with a three-course menu featuring a bevy of traditional-with-...

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Prime Time
David Hagedorn | April 4, 2014

If 60-day dry-aged USDA prime is the Cadillac of beef, then Japanese A5 wagyu is the Lamborghini: the ultimate dining experience for the committed carnivore. We called upon two of DC’s leading steakhouses to come up with the ultimate pairings for the truly...

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Modern Family
Michael McCarthy | April 4, 2014

When Haniel and Anita Lynn worked with designer and architect Andreas Charalambous of Forma Design 10 years ago, their goal was fairly simple: transform their 4,000-square-foot Potomac home into a contemporary space with abundantly clean lines. Their recent...

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Michael McCarthy | April 4, 2014


National Gallery of Art

When Walt Polley recently visited the National Gallery of Art to take in the Garry Winogrand street-photography exhibit, he expected to see rare and remarkable...

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A View to a Thrill
David Hagedorn | Photography by Greg Powers | April 4, 2014

What do you do when you’ve just opened your second restaurant? If you’re James Beard Award-winning chef Fabio Trabocchi and his wife, Maria, you open a third. Fiola Mare, an...

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Mike Isabella’s DC
Katie Bianco | April 2, 2014

10am Get your morning caffeine fix at Chinatown Coffee Co. in Penn Quarter. “At home, I usually start the day with English breakfast tea with milk and sugar,” says...

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Best In Class
Nate Chapnick | April 1, 2014

Eco Supercar

2015 BMW i8
Revolutionary in its design, the 2015 BMW i8 looks like nothing else on the road. Otherworldly aesthetic details include doors that open up and out like wings, striking LED headlamps and a fully...

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Men of Style
Jeff DuFour and Nevin Martell | April 1, 2014

Michael Beckerman
If there’s a lobbyist who’s poised to extinguish his profession’s stodgy reputation, it might just be Michael Beckerman. As the CEO of the nascent Internet Association, Beckerman carries the...

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Next Act
Michael McCarthy | April 1, 2014

One of the few concessions Joseph Hale makes to the past is a Swiss army knife. The tool’s quirky utility is a sidekick when he creates painterly sculptures with found images in his downtown studio. But as director of college exhibitions for the Corcoran College of...

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