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People to Know / Punch Profiles : Spotlight on Roslyn Hart aka Sex Therapist Dr. Alex Schiller

People to Know / Punch Profiles : Spotlight on Roslyn Hart aka Sex Therapist Dr. Alex Schiller

By Punch Contributor Melinda Contreras  You know that one character on television or in the movies that you would just give anything to be friends with in real life? Roslyn Hart is probably your best chance at making that  type of wish come true. Her character Dr. Alex Schiller, a sex therapist from the New […]

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“Dame Edna’s Glorious Goodbye – The Farewell Tour” to Play National Theatre April 21-26

“Dame Edna’s Glorious Goodbye – The Farewell Tour” to Play National Theatre April 21-26

The first time I saw Dame Edna perform in Washington, DC, I think I was in my 20’s. Granted the end of my 20’s, but still, it had been that long ago . I had had no idea what to expect, but I can tell you, I was bowled over laughing, you know, the kind of physical […]

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Justin Willman and Bushwalla Bring Magic, Music and Comedy to Sixth & I This Thursday

Justin Willman and Bushwalla Bring Magic, Music and Comedy to Sixth & I This Thursday

Do you believe in magic? If Justin Willman has his way, you’ll be a believer by the end of the evening Thursday, even if just for the duration of his performance. I’m still trying to decide whether that time a magician made my watch disappear from my wrist and appear in his hand should be […]

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A Kickline Christmas Tradition: The Radio City Christmas Spectacular

A Kickline Christmas Tradition: The Radio City Christmas Spectacular

By Punch Correspondent Eugenia Finizio (New York) There are a few moments in a little girl’s life that she never forgets. Her first pair of heels (white satin pumps worn to my Uncle’s wedding when I was 9), the first time she wears lipstick (a bright shade of pink when I dressed as Britney Spears […]

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“A Young Girls Escape….” Cirque du Soleil’s Quidam at the Patriot Center NOW

“A Young Girls Escape….” Cirque du Soleil’s Quidam at the Patriot Center NOW

By Punch Pep Correspondent Elizabeth Fischer A heat wave has hit the Washington DC area, making it the ideal time to take advantage of all things “indoor.”  Whether you’ve seen 1, 7 or none, whether a novice or Cirque connoisseur, this Cirque du Soleil performance is a must see.  Each show and performance is unique.  […]

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LivingSocial’s Hoppin’ BeerFest Rolls into DC

LivingSocial’s Hoppin’ BeerFest Rolls into DC

By Punch Passport Correspondent Loreana S. Gonzalez Lazzarini If you are asking yourself, what to do this weekend (especially, with such nice weather), I have a great suggestion! LivingSocial’s Hoppin’ BeerFest! This is their second year in a row, and you will be able to enjoy dozens of craft breweries, wineries, local food trucks and hundreds […]

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Mike Daisey Explores The American Dream at Woolly Mammoth Theatre

Mike Daisey Explores The American Dream at Woolly Mammoth Theatre

By Punch Preview Correspondent Lindsey Clark Usually when I leave a theatre performance, I have some general idea of what I plan to write about my experiences or about the performance itself.  Mike Daisey, creater and performer of American Utopias – in its last weekend on stage at Woolly Mammoth – however, made sure that my […]

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The Mountaintop at Arena Stage

The Mountaintop at Arena Stage

By Punch Preview Correspondent Lindsey Clark  I am probably not alone in thinking of Martin Luther King, Jr. as more of a monument than a man – and I don’t mean that in regards to his physical memorial.  I mean it more in the sense of his work and his legacy being of such staggering proportions, that it’s […]

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Hello, Dolly! Takes the Stage at Ford’s Theatre

Hello, Dolly! Takes the Stage at Ford’s Theatre

By Punch Preview Correspondent Lindsey Clark It takes a lot to distract my eyes from wandering over to the Presidential Box that sits just above stage right at Ford’s Theatre. I tend to pay less attention to what’s going on in front of me whenever I find myself there because I’m busy mentally re-creating the night […]

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Highlights of DC-CAPitals Night of Stars : We KNOW They Have Talent

Highlights of DC-CAPitals Night of Stars : We KNOW They Have Talent

Last Tuesday, the 5th annual DC-CAPital Stars Talent Competition and Gala took place at the Kennedy Center in the Eisenhower Theater followed by a reception in the Nations Gallery. The event is DC College Access Program’s (DC-CAP) major annual fundraiser. His Excellency Yousef Al Otaiba, United Arab Emirates Ambassador to the United States, was the […]

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LivingSocial Sushi and Sake Tasting with Live Sumo Wrestling

LivingSocial Sushi and Sake Tasting with Live Sumo Wrestling

Punch Pioneer Correspondent Loreana S. González Lazzarini Last week I went to probably one of the coolest events I have been to in DC since I moved here five years ago.  The event was an exclusive “Sumo + Sushi” on 918 F Street as part of an eight-city tour, created by LivingSocial.    The Sumo […]

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LivingSocial and EventsDC Unmask DC’s Own Mardi Gras Masquerade Gala

LivingSocial and EventsDC Unmask DC’s Own Mardi Gras Masquerade Gala

By Punch Passport Correspondent Lori González Lazzarini I have the 411 on the best party this weekend.  LivingSocial and EventsDC are partnering to create a Mardi Gras celebration on Saturday, February 16th, featuring Big Easy-style food and fun at the Carnegie Library in Mt. Vernon Square. My informants mentioned that the library will be completely transformed for […]

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