Stylist and author Lauren Rothman dishes on her new book, The Style Bible, which she describes as a “perfect toolkit on what to wear where, when and why.” From how to make an outfit day to night to what an invitation means when attire is… Read More
Go girl! Denese Lombardi shares some of the great work of Girls, Inc. on this episode of The District Dish. You may not have known about this group which inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold through life-changing programs and experiences that help… Read More
On this episode of The District Dish, we meet a rare power female who’s making it her JOB to quench DC’s thirst — the Director of Brewing Operations (aka Brew Master) at Capitol City Brewing Company, the city’s first Brew Pub since prohibition! Kristi Griner… Read More
“It’s the best of both worlds,” TeaVine creator James Henry tells The District Dish hosts as he explains this new alcoholic offering made with organic tea and organic honey. It’s a new class of beverage has been out for less than a year, but… Read More
Listen Local First‘s Christopher Naoum dishes on the local music scene… and how Listen Local First 2.0 is doing more than just helping local retailers introduce the city to DC’s independent artists!
Is the Blue Suit really a Washington gent’s uniform? Here to talk summer style and switching it up is Michael Andrews, the man behind the brand at Michael Andrews Bespoke, who gives DC’s men tips on what to wear, and how to change up — or complete —… Read More
DC is full of lobbyists, but not this kind! Michael Woestehoff literally lobbys, lobbys! From a simple interest in interiors — and great places to meet with friends for cocktails — this hospitality enthusiast has created the city’s most comprehensive hub for hotel news, The Washington Lobbyist.
After the success of her first memoir, Type A++, local author Quin Woodward Pu dredged up more first-person fodder to create yet another quick-witted pageturner, DIGFAST. Named for the mnemonic that medical students use to diagnose patients afflicted with hypomania— the book follows Quin on her… Read More
Want to make a difference, but don’t know how your skills can help the charity of your choice? Watch to learn more about Voolla – a literal volunteer marketplace. Find out about how this locally created company is turning volunteer skills into money for charities.
Still on a “Brotherly Love” high from Capital Pride week? Meet Queen Bambi. By day, this “Queen” is a graphics creative, but in the evenings, “she” dons her most over the top ensembles to raise awareness — and some serious cash — for causes close… Read More