Archive | March, 2009

Drink & Dine for Diabetes

4/16 –  Mio will be hosting an event to raise money for the American Diabetes Association (ADA).  Drinks and complimentary hors d’oeuvres will be served.  There will be a $10 minimum donation at the door that will go to support the ADA and a portion of the drink proceeds will also be donated to the […]

Yoga under the Cherry Blossoms

4/4 – Friends and family are invited to lululemon athletica’s yoga class in celebration of the Cherry Blossom Festival. This complimentary class will be offered at the Jefferson Memorial’s Tidal Basin Stage, located on the plaza of the memorial on Ohio Drive, SW from 10:30-11:30 am rain or shine! To rsvp or for more information, […]

Clowns Without Borders April Fools Extravaganza

4/3 – Clowns without Borders is holding a fund raising event at Station 9. In the spirit of clowns, the circus and entertainment acts – they plan to bring performances by ArcheDream for HUMANKIND, Dance Afire, and local DJs together to raise money for Sudanese children. For more information, visit admin

USA Network and Comcast Celebrate Character Project with Gallery Opening of American Character: A Photographic Journey Hosted by Tom Brokaw in Washington, D.C.

4/3 – 4/5 – Exhibition of Character Project, in partnership with Vanity Fair, featuring 11 photographers’ unique perspectives on the character of America with over 125 photographs from the hard-cover photography book titled American Character: A Photographic Journey at Pepco’s Edison Place Gallery. For more information contact Kristin Schulman at kristin.schulman (at) admin


An old friend who used to live in DC was in town the other day for a few days and apparently had begun craving the Matchbox sliders as his plane landed on the tarmac so insisted I meet him at the venue, located in Chinatown.  Although I had ordered takeout from Matchbox in the past […]


I decided to venture out to Cleveland Park on a particularly dull night to see if I could uncover a tasty establishment to lift my spirits. Although I arrived close to 10, the restaurant was still packed with hungry customers and with more coming through the door.  Seeing the guests pile in was what sold […]

Good Stuff Eatery

The DC version of the Battle of the Burgers has recently started and after reviewing the best burger brackets, I felt incomplete (actually more like robbed) that I haven’t had the burgers at a few of the spots being considered. To remedy the situation, it’s burgers for me for the next few weeks and I […]

DC City Blog Celebrates 1-Year Anniversary at The Space

3/21 – Join DC City Blog founders Dean Mosones and Jiyan Wei to celebrate the one-year anniversary of DC City Blog, one of the top nightlife & entertainment blogs in the DC area.  The event will take place at The Space on Saturday, March 21, starting at 9PM and running through close.  Space is limited […]

National Anthem YouTube Singing Contest

2/15-4/13 – The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History has partnered with USA WEEKEND Magazine to launch the national Star-Spangled Banner YouTube Singing Contest. 15 semi-finalists will be selected by April 17 according to overall appeal of vocal performance, originality, lyrical accuracy and popularity on YouTube. The Grand Prize winner will be invited to perform […]