The annual Ball attracts hundreds of guests to raise awareness and funds for Make-A-Wish, which grants life-changing wishes for children in the region. Every year, 450 local children are expected to receive a diagnosis that makes them eligible for a wish.
The 10th Chefs for Equality was a delicious way to show that, as Hagedorn said, “The chef community stands at the ready to turn up the heat and fight even harder to protect and promote equality.”
Whitman-Walker hosted its 50th Anniversary Gala last week at the Salamander Washington, DC, with a “Fabulous Cocktail” event featuring special guests, including Tim Gunn (of Project Runway fame) and celebrity DJ Tryfe.
Just like your average BINGO game, this one starts out with numbered cards and daub pens. But after a round or two, handlers let in a dozen or so small goats and it’s just the kidding around everyone’s been waiting for.
A historic three-day gathering brought unprecedented crowds to the National Mall last weekend as the Art of Living Foundation’s World Culture Festival brought hundreds of thousands to experience a weekend of wellness, culture, and performance.
For 90 years, Martin’s in Georgetown has served as a neighborhood watering hole, a gathering hotspot, and a marker of historic happenings.
Former Bourbon Steak bartenders joined Head Bartender Engidawork (Engi) Alebachew in a cocktail competition, battling it out to offer the most spectacular sip, with attendee votes determining the reigning champion of the night.
The celebration was hosted by WTA Tennis Pro Jessica Pegula and Tennis Channel’s Nick Monroe alongside Chef Kevin Tien, and a court of pro tennis players was spotted in attendance.
15th annual Home Runs for Horton’s Kids attendees enjoyed field play, face painting, balloon animals, caricatures, races with the Nationals President mascots, and stadium treats while celebrating the community and raising funds for Horton’s Kids’ important work.
On July 14th each year, francophiles around the world now celebrate all things French — and you can, too! Here in the District, there are plenty of places to recognize outstanding French cuisine and culture.