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Elevated Status
Isaiah Freeman-Schub | June 4, 2014

So much for toeing the line—Prada is stepping it up with a new service ensuring its footwear followers find the perfect fit this summer. Called Made to Order Décolleté, the program...

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Chasing Andrea
Michael McCarthy | June 3, 2014

When you grow up listening to Etta James in a small town in the Indian state of Karnataka, the musical gods are destined to smile. But before those gods can intervene, other passions might need to be satisfied. In the case of local soul-pop goddess Andrea Pais,...

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Wild at Heart
Nate Chapnick | June 3, 2014

As is the case with nearly all Lamborghinis, the replacement for the hugely successful Gallardo draws its name, Huracán, from the world of bullfighting. Known for legendary defiance, Huracán was a Spanish bull propelled to fame after an undefeated run in Alicante in 1879...

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The Manor Reborn
Patti Dickey | June 3, 2014

As a longtime fan of Downton Abbey and anything Masterpiece Theatre, I eagerly anticipate visiting Ballyfin, a destination resort in County Laois, Ireland. Located about 60 miles...

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Andrew Myers | June 2, 2014

“Let’s get in our comfies!” declares Shailene Woodley at the end of her extensive five-hour photo shoot. The 22-year-old actress, who stars as the teenage cancer-patient protagonist in this month’s The Fault in Our Stars (based on the best-...

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Sweet Surrender
Nevin Martell | May 22, 2014

1. Juniper
Chef Ian Bens likes to think outside the icebox for flavor combinations. He stuffs sunny peach ice cream between thin Venezuelan chocolate wafers studded with candied...

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One Day in DC
Katie Bianco | May 15, 2014

9AM Start the day with breakfast at Lincoln’s Waffle Shop. “It’s a simple, no frills, greasy spoon in Downtown DC with a really cool counter,” says Hall. “I love...

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On the Waterfront
Jeff Dufour | May 8, 2014

1. Fiola Mare
Chef Fabio Trabocchi took his inspiration for his third DC restaurant from the flavors and coasts of Italy. The newest restaurant on the Georgetown waterfront, Fiola Mare...

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Bowled Over!
Kelly Magyarics | May 1, 2014

1. Firefly
Bar manager Jon Harris salutes the arrival of spring with his Tradewinds Punch, an homage to the time of the spice...

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Miami’s Vice
David Hagedorn | Photography by Greg Powers | April 29, 2014

Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak and Stone Crab, which opened at the corner of 15th and H streets downtown in January, is big, bold and masculine. It’s part Palm, part Capital Grille...

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Michael McCarthy | April 29, 2014


Union Market

If Washington adores Union Market—the Northeast outpost for all things artisanal, creative and homegrown—it has absolutely fallen head over high heels for...

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Passport Potables
Kelly Magyarics | April 29, 2014

To source the most intriguing ingredients for their cocktails, DC’s jet-setting bartenders now tote home exotic, impossible-to-find spices and liqueurs—or rely on globe-trotting friends with a little extra space in their luggage. Their cache...

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