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Don’t Miss the First Ever DC FENDI Popup Shop at the Capella Hotel Washington, D.C.

Don’t Miss the First Ever DC FENDI Popup Shop at the Capella Hotel Washington, D.C.

On Tuesday, November 9th and Wednesday, November 10th from 11am-6pm, Washingtonians are invited to access the first ever DC FENDI popup shop. The famed luxury Italian company will be found within the Capella Hotel Washington, D.C.’s special intimate space, The Living Room. Expect a thoughtful curated collection of handbags (!) and ready-to-wear (!!!!) and tons […]

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Tom Colicchio Leads Chefs in Food Advocacy on Capitol Hill

Tom Colicchio Leads Chefs in Food Advocacy on Capitol Hill

By Guest Contributor Lani Furbank “Top Chef” judge, James Beard Award-winning chef, and outspoken food advocate Tom Colicchio has been keeping busy in DC this week. On Monday, he was honored at the 2nd Annual Chef’s Roast to benefit the chef advocacy group, Chef Action Network, and Food Policy Action, an organization Colicchio founded to monitor how elected officials vote on food policy […]

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Making the Best of the Worst : Chanelle’s Cause and her Journey to the 2016 Paralympics

Making the Best of the Worst : Chanelle’s Cause and her Journey to the 2016 Paralympics

They say that your true character comes out when you are forced to face the most adverse times. HOW you deal with crisis, tragedy, and life changing hardships can define WHO you are. What would you do if your world was turned upside within a few seconds? I have a friend who lost his wife […]

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Epicurience Virginia 2015 : Saturday September 5th

Epicurience Virginia 2015 : Saturday September 5th

Bryan Voltaggio, a Top Chef contestant and renowned chef and cookbook author, will be headlining the chef demonstration pavilion at the Grand Tasting on Saturday. By Guest Contributor Lani Furbank You don’t have to brave traffic to hit the beaches or the theme parks to have a memorable Labor Day weekend adventure! Food, wine, live music and […]

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

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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From the DMV to the DMZ- Pacman and Peso’s Mixtape Release/Send off to North Korea Party

From the DMV to the DMZ- Pacman and Peso’s Mixtape Release/Send off to North Korea Party

This article has been submitted by an Anonymous Contributor  Pacman and Peso, two up and coming local hip hop artists from Congress Heights DC and Landover MD are celebrating the release of their debut mixtape, ‘Coming Soon’ this Thursday, November 7th at the Dunes in Columbia Heights. The mixtape release party is also a farewell […]

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Hyundai Hope On Wheels Comes to the Hill

Hyundai Hope On Wheels Comes to the Hill

On September 18th-19th, Hyundai Hope On Wheels hosted its annual Pediatric Cancer Program in DC. Congressional leaders, Hyundai executives, dealers, Medical Advisory Committee members, pediatric cancer patients, survivors and their families, and local children’s hospitals joined together to participate in the events. The events focused on Hyundai’s commitment to pediatric cancer research during September’s National […]

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From Japan with Love: An Evening of Gratitude

From Japan with Love: An Evening of Gratitude

Who travels more than 7,000 miles to say ‘thank you?’ That’s exactly what the Governor of Iwate Prefecture did last month when he hosted a gratitude reception at the Japan Society in New York City. Gov. Tasso personally thanked the U.S. government and its citizens for aid provided during Japan’s catastrophic 2011 earthquake and resulting […]

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DC Wine Soiree: For Lovers of Vino

DC Wine Soiree: For Lovers of Vino

By Punch Correspondent Karen Garnick  The other night at the cool space 1776, Vinolovers made a mark in the Washington social scene promoting their wine club, which is coming to DC in 45 days. You may be thinking, what exactly is a wine club? It’s a personalized subscription experience, similar to Birchbox, that delivers wine every […]

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The Heineken Mural Project Launches in the Nation’s Capital & Partners with the G40 Summit

The Heineken Mural Project Launches in the Nation’s Capital & Partners with the G40 Summit

The message is OPEN YOUR WORLD …  After a successful run in Miami during Art Basel 2012, the Heineken Mural Project launches in D.C. with the G40 Art Summit as its official home. The Heineken Mural Project will feature four renowned street artists creating murals across the city, pop up parties, music concerts and more. The […]

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Tech Cocktail Sessions with Paul Singh & Jodi McDermott

Tech Cocktail Sessions with Paul Singh & Jodi McDermott

By Punch Passport Correspondent Loreana S. Gonzalez Lazzarini  Recently, I attended one of the Tech Cocktail Sessions at Capital One Labs in Clarendon.  The Keynote Speakers, Paul Singh of 500 Startups and Jodi McDermott of comScore were incredible.  They shared their experiences on how they became the successful entrepreneurs they are today, in a user-friendly way […]

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Rock the Vote & South Moon Under Summer Spin Party

Rock the Vote & South Moon Under Summer Spin Party

By Punch Correspondent Mallory Sofastaii The weather wasn’t optimal, but that didn’t dampen the spirits of party goers who attended the Rock the Vote “Summer Spin” pool party hosted by South Moon Under. The party took place at the DC Embassy Row Hotel on Saturday. DJ .rarKelly, Adam to the Max and complimentary Grey Goose cocktails fueled […]

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