Articles By: Pamela Sorensen

Celebrate National Pizza Party Day (May 16th) Even Earlier with Pizza Parts & Service and &pizza

As of yesterday, pizza in DC just got a lot more plentiful. From the owners of Taylor Gourmet comes Pizza Parts & Service at 1320 H Street NE and &pizza  opened it’s 3rd location at the hip Monroe Street Market. Serving Brookland, Edgewood and the Catholic University communities, &pizza at Monroe Street Market is billed as “The [...]

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Single & Ready to Mingle: The Great Love Debate Comes to DC

While I’m on the panel, I don’t necessarily agree with this upcoming event’s main question “Why is everyone still single?” mainly because “everyone” is inaccurate and B#2, it suggests that “being single” is a negative. Baby, it ain’t bad. In fact, between being in a sucky relationship and working through headache and heartache issues versus being [...]

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Punch Pick : Protect Yourself From the Sun with Sun-Tastic

When I visited Blush Med Institute in Bethesda, it was only a tad bit colder than it is today, and it was in February. Yikes. Before I go into my consultation, my facial experience and the spa’s membership benefits, let me start off by saying: I LOVE THEIR PRODUCTS. Blush creates custom topical elixirs called Blush [...]

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Tiffany & Co. Unveils Its 2014 Blue Book at the Guggenheim Museum

Celebrating with all the glamour of its great heritage, last week Tiffany & Co.  unveiled its 2014 Blue Book at an event which transformed the Guggenheim Museum into a pantheon of colors that filled the museum’s soaring rotunda. One of New York City’s leading cultural institutions, the Guggenheim is revered for its modern and contemporary collection. [...]

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Common Threads World Festival 2014

Two years ago, I was invited to spend some time in a Common Threads after-school program kitchen. It was quite an experience. http://www.pamelaspunch.com/a-visit-to-a-common-threads-class-at-culinaerie/ Not to sound cliche (but I will anyway), however kids are really our future and if they aren’t introduced to healthful habits at a young age, by the time they get older, [...]

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier & “Spring Into Action” with ArtInsights Animation & Film Art Gallery

It’s amazing how well Captain America: The Winter Soldier is doing! Have you all seen it? Leslie Combemale, Cinema Siren and owner of our Partner ArtInsights Animation and Film Art Gallery in the Reston Town Center did an interview with the directors and has a review. You can read the review and watch the interview here: [...]

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The Adeler Family of Adeler Jewelers Cordially Invites You to Reception with Philippe Cousteau, Jr.

Our friends the Adeler family of Great Falls, Virginia’s Adeler Jewelers, a most prestigious bespoke jeweler designer, invite you to join Philippe Cousteau, Jr. for a special reception. Philippe is not only the grandson of undersea pioneer Jacques-Yves Cousteau, he is the founder of EarthEcho International, an explorer, a social entrepreneur, and an environmental advocate. [...]

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Future Civic Leaders Celebrate 5 Years at the Embassy of Luxembourg with a Political Party

Over 200 of the the best and brightest in public service and community activism came together on April 9th to celebrate the 5th Year Anniversary of Future Civic Leaders which is a DC-based, non-profit organization that engages high school students from low-income communities in the political process by hosting free leadership and community organizing conferences. “The [...]

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Children’s National Raises a Record Breaking $10.7 Million at the 8th Annual Children’s Ball

Talk about exciting news! Children’s National announced today that it raised a whopping $10,734,300 at its eighth annual Children’s Ball, making it one of the most successful charity events in the nation’s capital to date. All funds raised through the event will directly support pediatric care and research, improving the health of children in the [...]

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The Bespoke Club: Punch Profile: DC Magazine’s Peter Abrahams

One of my favorite people in this city is Peter Abrahams, who is DC magazine’s Publisher. He is someone whom I have admired, respected, and adored for about 10 years now for a myriad of reasons, however one which I will share with you is that he’s the quintessential gentleman. No matter what the situation, [...]

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GRAMMYs on the Hill® Honor Lady Antebellum, House Majority Whip Representative Kevin McCarthy, and House Democratic Leader Representative Nancy Pelosi at Star-Studded DC Event

By Punch Preview Correspondent Lindsey Clark  Awards ceremonies are nothing new to Washingtonians. In a city that sees enough galas, benefits and honor-bestowing events to easily justify owning half a closet full of cocktail attire, it’s hard to impress the DC crowd with anything, let alone on a Wednesday night. But, at the GRAMMYs on [...]

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Seasonal Sipping & Tasting at Copperwood Tavern: Chateau Grand Traverse

Our friends at Copperwood Tavern in the Village at Shirlington hosted another Complimentary Tasting with Small Bites Tuesday evening. This time attendees got to try vino from Chateau Grand Traverse, which is a world-class winery located on Old Mission Peninsula in Traverse City, Michigan. At the core it is a family-owned and operated winery with a [...]

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