Friends of PAWS Chicago and their pups were on island time at the 14th annual Beach Party.
THE PARTY More than 450 animal lovers and 100 dogs flocked to the upper deck of Castaways on North Avenue Beach for a night of tropical fun in support of PAWS Chicago, the city’s largest no-kill humane organization.
A star-studded crew gathered at Galleria Marchetti for the Nazr Mohammed Foundation’s Full Court Press Against Cancer.
THE PARTY Chicago native and 18-year NBA veteran Nazr Mohammed and his foundation—which supports the community by helping to improve Chicagoland schools and assisting other noteworthy causes—hosted a lively party in honor of Different Shades of Pink, a nonprofit founded by breast cancer survivor and entrepreneur Erika Bracey.
Supporters of Women & Wine gathered at the French Embassy.
THE PARTYOui, oui! Friends, supporters and colleagues of Women & Wine, one of the most influential events for female leaders in the fight against breast cancer, gathered at the French Embassy to toast the previous year’s success and look forward to the upcoming Women & Wine 2017. The event benefits the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Two Men of Style, Eric and Alex Heidenberger, cut the ribbon on their new restaurant 801.
THE PARTY Oh, the restaurant biz is such a numbers game—and these gents know how to win. The men behind 801 Restaurant & Bar, Eric and Alex Heidenberger, opened all three floors of their new hot spot on U Street with a grand-opening party. Guests coasted through complimentary prosecco and light bites from the menu as a toast to this new neighborhood bar and restaurant.
THE OCCASION By the time guests arrived at the opening of the 1 Hotel & Homes’ new rooftop restaurant, the eatery had a different name from the one printed on the invite just days before. Regardless, the debut of watr went off without a hitch—and plenty of good eats to boot.
HBO scores a touchdown with the Miami premiere of Ballers.
THE OCCASION Miami may not see too many red-carpet events, but one wouldn’t know that by the smooth way the pros at HBO pulled off the season two premiere of Ballers, a Miami-set series about the world of professional football.