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Think Pink!
Staff Writer | October 10, 2011

Wrinkle Erase for the Cure
Plastic surgeon Dr. Paul Ruff will hold his third annual Wrinkle Erase for the Cure this Friday to raise $50,000 toward a cure for breast cancer. “We plan to hold this event every year until the day we no longer have...

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A Show Stopper
Brittney Dunkins | October 1, 2011

From Broadway to Bard—an unlikely coupling has bowed in Washington and you have just six more performances to see the groundbreaking show. The Tony-award winning musical Fela! launched its stateside tour by partnering with the...

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Get Your Shop On!
Lindsey Brenner | September 23, 2011

Samples, and specials, and sales, oh my! Do your patriotic duty for the economy and hit the savvy sales this weekend for some sweet steals. Whether it's a soigné skirt or a stunning skirted chaises, there are opportunities a-go-go for divine...

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Current Affairs
Tiffany Jow | September 16, 2011

This weekend, DC's explosion of contemporary, modern and pop art comes into focus as a major art fair and a series of cutting-edge exhibitions open at some of Washington's most exciting outposts. Don't miss the myriad shows, series and events...

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Run DMV
Karen Sommer Shalett | September 9, 2011

DC's haute hotels have morphed from places where well-heeled travelers catch winks to clubby hives for local socials. This weekend, two such deluxe destinations also become hot spots for charitable giving. Whether you are sprinting for a cure or taking a...

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What Are You Doing Tonight?
Karen Sommer Shalett | September 6, 2011

The second annual Fashion’s Night Out will have the metropolitan-area style set out in abundance tonight, cruising racks and stacks, Champagne glasses in hand and oonz-oonz pounding from impromptu DJ booths....

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The Bubble Pops
Tiffany Jow | August 28, 2011

This fall, no fewer than five of Washington’s premier art spaces will hang ambitious exhibitions of modernist works. Breaking the mold? More like cementing a new tradition.

For nearly 30 years, Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum...

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True Reality
Mary Beth Albright | August 26, 2011

Before I became a contestant on Food Network Star this past summer, a reality-show chef had some advice for me: “You don’t have to win. Just be memorable.” In planning my visits to Graffiato, the new Penn Quarter...

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Street Cred
Lindsay Potter | August 26, 2011

DC steals center stage in menswear as international brands expand their footprints here.

Tom Ford at Neiman Marcus
There’s no indication more clear that sleek, chic menswear has arrived than to have the...

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Off the Wall
Karen Sommer Shalett | August 26, 2011

Deb Johns has broken into a fever—of Anglophilia, that is. Symptoms include wild use of vintage finds from tins to teapots that reek of Jubilee chic, a collection of crowns in every material from distressed gold to dog-toy rubber, and a...

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Join the Club!
Kristen Hinman | August 26, 2011

Whether you are hunting for something new to do this Labor Day weekend or just getting your favorites list ready for fall, we've got a few for you. With dining on one level, and dancing on another, the resto-lounge has made plain its obvious perks...

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View From the Top
Michael B. Dougherty | August 24, 2011

“She’s a little sarcastic, kinda sassy, but she’s good at her job.” Christina Ricci is talking about Maggie, the rebellious flight attendant she plays in ABC’s new series out this month, Pan Am,...

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