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Magical Musha Cay
Beth Weitzman | November 22, 2011

As the boat ferrying me and a few other special guests slices through the shimmery blue waters of Exuma, Bahamas, anticipation is high. Just a 40-minute jaunt from the mainland, we arrive at David Copperfield’s prized paradise, the...

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Season to Taste
Brittney Dunkins | November 18, 2011

After all, Thanksgiving is just a training day for this year's feeding frenzy. You're about to field any number of invitations to celebrate this holiday season and we're going to make them a whole lot easier to digest. Ditch the last-minute...

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Having a Ball
Cara Hedgepeth | November 15, 2011

When Van Cleef & Arpels toasts to its one-year anniversary at Tysons Galleria’s Neiman Marcus on Nov. 17, the sparkling brand will be adding to its storied lore. But it won’t be the only time this year the jeweler celebrates a...

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Making Space
Kristin Hinman | November 4, 2011

Almost 20 years after launching her London beauty bar, Space NK founder Nicky Kinnaird has opened a mini-shop at Bloomingdale's at Tysons Corner. In advance of Kinnaird's Nov. 12 appearance for one-on-ones with DC beauty-seekers, we get the skinny....

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Uncle Sam Wants Them!
Karen Sommer Shalett | October 28, 2011

When fab jeweler Stephen Webster comes to Tysons Galleria's Saks Fifth Avenue tonight from 5-7PM, he will be the first of a parade of design stars coming to town this month. We wonder, with the country's political system in such...

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The Smart Set
Brittney Dunkins | October 27, 2011

High-tech isn’t confined to West Coast cool. The rising tide of the top 11 up-and-coming DC digiphiles proves that in 2011 Washington is plugged in and ready for prime time.

1. The Game Changer
Four years ago...

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Wired In
Karen Sommer Shalett | October 27, 2011

Sure, you might wax rhapsodic about the Capital Bikeshare program, but the DDOT’s TOPS system? Only a die-hard urbanite, such as The Atlantic Cities Editor Sommer Mathis, even knows what that is. “Getting a permit for parking your...

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Ah, Shucks!
Mary Beth Albright | October 27, 2011

There are plenty of fish in the sea, but when I want the best, I turn to chef Jeff Black. Each December, you’ll find me on line with dozens of other Washingtonians at BlackSalt Fish Market, his Palisades retail post, procuring pounds of...

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Head of Estate
Beth Weitzman | October 26, 2011

It’s not hard to summon passion for Italy, a world-class destination steeped in art and history, brimming with delectable cuisine, savory wine and friendly people. If anything, it’s a little too easy. Naturally, the multimillion-dollar...

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Cosmic Girl
Andrew Myers | October 26, 2011

Kirsten Dunst was born geriatric. Not in terms of wrinkles or wattles, nor any kind of weariness or woebegone Weltschmerz. To the contrary: Physically the 29-year-old Manhattan-based actress is the incarnation of dewy freshness, Botticelli-like, fair of...

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Step Up for Haiti
Staff Writer | October 25, 2011

In just a few months, the world will observe the second anniversary of the massive earthquake that devastated Port-au-Prince. While promises made by the international community have not been fully realized, numerous Washington-based individuals and...

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The Stretch of the Imagination
Staff Writer | October 17, 2011

No doubt you're already racked with guilt for planning to iPhone your way through junior's soccer game tomorrow afternoon. And while you knew it was ambitious to bring your little diva to the myriad Warhol exhibits...

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