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From the Founder : A Tribute to Thankfulness | Part II

From the Founder : A Tribute to Thankfulness | Part II

We continue our tribute to thankfulness from friends about town with the following. And from the Punch to you and yours, we wish you the healthiest, happiest, most warm and loving (and filling) Thanksgiving.   Judith Koritsas, Founder, Celadon Spa I am thankful for my family and friends (furry ones too), a warm home, food in my […]

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Punch Partner Spotlight: Lunch With a View Along the C&O Canal at The Grill Room

Punch Partner Spotlight: Lunch With a View Along the C&O Canal at The Grill Room

The sun is getting lower, the leaves are about to turn shades of auburn and gold, and my favorite two week season in D.C. is waving at us from around the corner: Autumn! Our Punch Partner The Grill Room at the boutique property Capella Hotel invites you to dine on their terrace for breakfast, lunch and […]

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New Year’s Feature Part 4 & Final

New Year’s Feature Part 4 & Final

In our fourth and final New Year’s Feature installment, all five participants happen to be women (three of which are ColorComm Network members, an organization on whose board which I serve) and all five are fired up to kick ass in 2015-but in a mindful healthy way, of course. High five to these ladies who, […]

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Watch Out for a Suspicious Package Weekend in DC

Watch Out for a Suspicious Package Weekend in DC

This weekend be on high alert for two Suspicious Package…shows that is.  Saturday November 15th, the journo/politico rock out band will play at Acre 121. Bar opens at 9pm with the group taking the stage at 10pm. 1400 Irving St NW, DC | Metro: Columbia Heights Then Sunday Funday, if you aren’t too hung or […]

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So You Think You Can Act…And Well, Congratulations, You Actually Can: The Picnic Theatre Company Entertains Once Again

So You Think You Can Act…And Well, Congratulations, You Actually Can: The Picnic Theatre Company Entertains Once Again

There’s nothing quite as timeless as themes of love, love lost, love gained, love lost again, unrequited love, and the dating and mating rituals. I found myself enjoying the humbling humor of it all during the opening night performance of The Picnic Theatre Company’s production of Langdon Mitchell’s “The New York Idea” held outdoors at […]

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Waking Up the Right Side of Our Brains at ArtJamz 2014

Waking Up the Right Side of Our Brains at ArtJamz 2014

We all started with a blank canvas of varied sizes, but by the end of the evening, colors and creativity were flying off the walls (and onto the walls…oh, and onto clothing as well). ArtJamz was kind enough to host our #PunchArtyParty last Friday night. Attendees came in from the freezing to get warm and […]

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White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner Weekend Wrap Up #4: Birthday, Graduation & Capitol File magazine Party at the Carnegie Library

White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner Weekend Wrap Up #4: Birthday, Graduation & Capitol File magazine Party at the Carnegie Library

…and so the weekend continued into Saturday evening. Do NOT underestimate the value of a good power disco nap. Those kids in the ’80’s knew what was up. After that and a quick (as in did I even do it?) shower, new dress and heels, hair to the side and red Terry lipstick applied, it […]

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White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner Weekend Wrap Up #3: Voto Latino at the Hay-Adams

White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner Weekend Wrap Up #3: Voto Latino at the Hay-Adams

…and more. After lunch at Cafe Milano with Conan O’Brien‘s (comedic Master of Ceremonies for Saturday night’s official WHCAD with the President) talent producer Britt Kahn in from LA and other gal pals, I made a pit stop to do some French wine tasting at We, the Pizza, run by Chef Spike Mendelsohn, then I […]

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YGL at the Arena Stage

YGL at the Arena Stage

Monday night is as good a night as any in Washington to host a blow out shin dig and that’s exactly what Washington Life magazine did.  The annual Young and the Guest List (40 and younger movers, shakers, activist, entrepreneurs, leaders) party or to those in the know (haha) “YGL”, has been a time honored […]

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District on the Green Kicks Off for the AT&T National Benefiting Tiger Wood Foundation

District on the Green Kicks Off for the AT&T National Benefiting Tiger Wood Foundation

The weather couldn’t have been better on the Zaytinya patio last evening during the inaugural “District on the Green” VIP experience kick off party.  The AT&T National (June 26th-July 1st) returns to Congressional and plans on launching the first ever exclusive viewing experience on June 30th overlooking the 18th green. It also allows you to […]

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Always a Ball on the Mall

Always a Ball on the Mall

When Trust for the National Mall Board Chairman and founder of the cause John “Chip” Akridge, who is also the founder and head of commercial real estate firm Akridge Companies, came to the podium during the Saturday night Ball on the Mall Dinner, he of course, welcomed everyone, thanked the L’Enfant Society Board, Steering Committee, […]

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Suspicious Package to Rock the Embassy of Denmark

Suspicious Package to Rock the Embassy of Denmark

The original local band made up of four cool cats and one smokin’ kitten, Suspicious Package, is set to rock the Embassy of Denmark on Thursday, October 27th. I know this because not only did I get the alert in my email box this morning, but also because I ran into said smokin’ kitten/lead singer […]

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