The Trust for the National Mall held its 6th annual Benefit Luncheon under huge white tents on the Mall last Thursday. Assembled only a day after Central Park’s highly coveted luncheon, this fancy hat and and proper topper affair is hosted by the Women’s Committee. Roxanne Little was the Capital Chair and Leslie K. S. [...]
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Trust for the National Mall’s Women’s Committee Hosts the 6th Annual Luncheon & Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. Invests $10 Million in National Mall Restoration
I write our final #WHCD post while in a health condition more favorable than during the past two days, which was in basic recovery mode.Â Funny enough, Carol Joynt and I were writing each other last evening, me responding to an email containing a bevy of her recent Washingtonian online articles, asking if she was [...]
July is the “1-2 Punch” month at the M Bar & Lounge within the Renaissance Dupont Circle hotel (1143 New Hampshire Avenue, NW).Â Because of the generosity of the property, 100% of the proceeds from this refreshing cocktail (which includes Tuaca, sparkling rose’, blackberry juice and some berries), as well as Carol Joynt’s “Innocent Spouse” [...]
Talk about timing.Â I finish and shut close Carol Joynt’s just released memoir “Innocent Spouse” which has much ado about Nathans, the closed landmark saloon whose haunting memory brings a bit of discomfort now that I’ve read the book (review coming soon, but may I just throw in: I was thoroughly entranced.) and what do [...]
Carol Joynt is known in D.C. circles as the former owner of the former Nathan’s (formerly found on the corner of M and Wisconsin where Serendipity 3 is about to reside), an Emmy-winning network television producer, a Washington writer, interviewer, blogger, photographer and one of the “faces of Georgetown.” Besides being a columnist that represents [...]
Howard Fineman, Senior Political Editor of the Huffington Post, was Carol Joynt’s guest at her Q&A Cafe held at the Georgetown Ritz Carlton on Friday.Â Known for his position at Newsweek as Senior Washington Correspondent and Columnist, senior editor and deputy Washington bureau chief, as well as cable show pundit, it was announced in September [...]