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Friendly Reminder : Pink Tie Party 2016 Celebrates the Early Cherry Blossom Blooming!

Friendly Reminder : Pink Tie Party 2016 Celebrates the Early Cherry Blossom Blooming!

With the official cherry blossom blooming dates moved up to March 18th-23rd many thanks to this unseasonably warm weather (anyone playing hooky today?) we are even more excited to participate in next Friday’s annual Pink Tie Party presented by ANA at the Reagan Building. But buyer beware… you must must must bring your appetite, for this […]

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Film Review : ZOOTOPIA Is a Delightful Disney Diversion

Film Review : ZOOTOPIA Is a Delightful Disney Diversion

By Film Critic Leslie Combemale aka Cinema Siren Cinema Siren tells us why as adults dealing with Washington politics, we might enjoy the delightful diversion of this latest Disney cartoon feature: About Cinema Siren: Leslie Combemale, aka Cinema Siren, is “guiding film lovers through a sea of celluloid” with the reviews and filmmaker interviews on her […]

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“The Lion” Roars at Arena Stage

“The Lion” Roars at Arena Stage

By Punch Contributor Lindsey Clark  From the moment Benjamin Scheuer walks onto the stage, there is something assuring about his presence. His smile is broad, his demeanor is warm, and there is a certain level of comfort in his tone. He’s in character as himself, and it’s a role that suits him well. As he takes his […]

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Hats Off to Simply Laura

Hats Off to Simply Laura

The title of this blog post might be a little on the nose, but I must share with you that I absolutely adore these toppers for both women and men, designed and created by Laura Moser of Simply Laura. Last week, a comprehensive array of Laura’s collection was on display and for sale at iHeartMedia’s […]

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March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month – Scope It Out 5K 2016 : Team Pamela’s Punch Will Walk for The Michelle and Avi Benaim Family

March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month – Scope It Out 5K 2016 : Team Pamela’s Punch Will Walk for The Michelle and Avi Benaim Family

Opportunities abound for you to get involved by way of time, treasure and talent during March which if the official month of Colon Cancer Awareness. Since March 2000, the nationally recognized day has grown to be a rallying point for the colon cancer community, when thousands of patients, survivors, caregivers and advocates throughout the country […]

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Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass Menagerie” at Ford’s Theatre

Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass Menagerie” at Ford’s Theatre

By Punch Contributor Lindsey Clark  Welcome to St. Louis: a place where sons seem to inherit the wandering ways of their fathers, daughters fear the world beyond the safety net of home, and mothers measure their worth in numbers of gentlemen callers. The Gateway City serves as the backdrop for renowned playwright Tennessee Williams‘ stunning play, The […]

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In the Pink! The National Cherry Blossom Festival’s Pink Tie Party is Right Around the Corner

In the Pink! The National Cherry Blossom Festival’s Pink Tie Party is Right Around the Corner

Snow? Blizzard? Gusting winds of 40 + miles per hour? Pshaw. We Washingtonians, while barely having experienced a real winter so far, already have our eye on the prize. SPRING! And cherry blossoms. And festivals. And parades. And Spring Break. And getting out of town. Wait, no, I mean staying in town for the National […]

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11th Annual Chance For Life Charity Poker Tournament Returns to Sphinx Club in D.C. Saturday February 27th

11th Annual Chance For Life Charity Poker Tournament Returns to Sphinx Club in D.C. Saturday February 27th

I’ve personally been fortunate to have found myself over the years within Brad Nierenberg’s group of Supporters. What does that mean? Well, Brad, is not only the CEO of RedPeg Marketing, a prestigious national experiential marketing firm headquartered in Old Town Alexandria, VA which boasts a client list ranging from Verizon, to Bud Light, to Twitter, […]

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Scope It Out 5K Run/Walk Returns to the Nation’s Capital for the 11th Year on Sunday March 20th

Scope It Out 5K Run/Walk Returns to the Nation’s Capital for the 11th Year on Sunday March 20th

It’s that time of year, when I start my early and often asks for donations, small or big, medium or big, small or small, big or big, to go toward the Pamela’s Punch Team which is raising money for this year, the 11th annual Scope It Out DC 5K Run/Walk. The event will take place again […]

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How to Ring in the New Year (and Keep the Party Going)

How to Ring in the New Year (and Keep the Party Going)

Our Punch Partners are offering a variety of ways in which to ring in 2016 from themed dinners to late night parties to brunches to special rooftop views with flowing flutes of Champagne. Let us know if you choose to share in celebration with them! And may your 2016 be filled with laughter, love, health […]

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You Will Be Dancing in the Streets after Seeing “Motown The Musical” at National Theatre

You Will Be Dancing in the Streets after Seeing “Motown The Musical” at National Theatre

You will not be able to help yourself from moving and grooving to every sensational number sung and danced (even if abbreviated) at “Motown The Musical” which is being played at National Theatre now through January 3rd. As someone who didn’t have a clear understanding of the history behind legendary Berry Gordy and the entity of […]

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Tell Us About : The 3rd Annual Rosslyn Holiday Market : A Conversation with Rosslyn BID President Mary-Claire Burick

Tell Us About : The 3rd Annual Rosslyn Holiday Market : A Conversation with Rosslyn BID President Mary-Claire Burick

“Good gracious has Rosslyn changed!” a friend who rarely crosses the river exclaimed to me recently. Yes, it has, and remarkably at that. As a resident of the North Arlington neighborhood above Rosslyn (Courthouse), I have been personally privy to being exposed to the constant progress in retail, corporate and residential over the past several […]

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