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Spies Like Us
Grace Powell | August 19, 2011

It's the last official week of summer and you still have some beach reading to do. You may be getting out of Washington, but that's no reason not to take a bit of it with you. St. Martin's Press is betting big on DC authors this season. Two books, penned by...

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Pillow Talk
Karen Sommer Shalett | August 12, 2011

She donned a Burberry bib before she could roll over. You taught her to eat sushi before she could ride a two-wheeler. Now your daughter's going off to college before you're ready. But don't despair—too much. Your one last act of helping her...

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Beat the Heat
Brittney Dunkins | August 9, 2011

Not quite ready to rush into fall? Whether you’re in-flight or in-house this August, these sizzling deals will keep you in style. Embrace the last few weeks of sandals and bare shoulders with summer markdowns from Ginger, Stem, Zoe Boutique...

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Going to the Dogs
Karen Sommer Shalett | August 2, 2011

“Cocktails and laughter, but what comes after?” For Noel Coward, it was “nobody knows,” but for you, it should be some canine conviviality. Whether you are taking your own pup to the party, or meeting a new one,...

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All Wound Up
Tiffany Jow | July 28, 2011

At the recent opening of Hadieh Shafie’s solo show at Washington’s Morton Fine Art (, the gallery was filled to the gills with patrons keen to glimpse the rising star. Surrounded by her...

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That’s Another Story
Danny Harris | July 25, 2011

Sure many on Capital Hill are known for telling tall tales, but a different type of storytelling is reaching new heights in Washington. With nightclubs pulling in sold-out crowds and no fewer than four groups regularly staging story stand-up...

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Match Point
Matt Dornic | July 15, 2011

The forgotten Southwest Waterfront scores an ace with a tennis stadium and a new development.

Tonight's match against the Philadelphia Freedom is the season finale for the Washington Kastles' amazing winning season. As if it wasn't enough that the...

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Big City Bites
Erin Hartigan | July 12, 2011

El Verano Taqueria
New Yorkers skip peanuts and hot dogs for carnitas tacos at the Mets’ home, Citi Field Stadium. You too can find this crackerjack hot spot at your home team favorite, Nationals Park. Nationals Park...

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Rock Out—Broadway Style?!
Karen Sommer Shalett | July 5, 2011

You thought Glee revived Journey? How about adding Styx, REO Speedwagon, Foreigner and Pat Benatar? Get your teasing combs ready for the Washington premiere of the Broadway hit Rock of Ages. American Idol...

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Bobby Flips for DC
Karen Sommer Shalett | June 28, 2011

Superchef and Food Network star Bobby Flay names DC as his favorite up-and-coming food city. He’s showing his love by opening his famed Bobby’s Burger Palace at 21st and K this summer, and another location in College Park come...

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Match Point
Matt Dornic | June 28, 2011

When one of the District’s most notable business leaders predicts a neighborhood will be “the hottest section of the city in five years,” one hardly expects to hear the Southwest Waterfront. But that’s exactly where finance and...

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The Hot Seat
Jeff Dufour | June 28, 2011

We grill four celebrated DC chefs on what to eat and where to sit as they fire up their searing new concepts this summer.

Cathal Armstrong
Virtue Feed and Grain, Opened June 8

Does this restaurant reflect your...

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