Post Tagged with: "Four Seasons"

#ENOversity Entices and Educates

#ENOversity Entices and Educates

One of DC’s local hidden gems (in plain sight) is ENO, a wine bar and restaurant which isn’t just a neighborhood haunt for those in the know. I mean, it’s literally adjecent to the Four Seasons in Georgetown on Pennsylvania Ave. You just tend to walk right by it. I’m guessing the hotel likes to [...]

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Mulberry & ELLE Celebrate the Holidays with a High Tea at the Four Seasons

Mulberry & ELLE Celebrate the Holidays with a High Tea at the Four Seasons

Last Saturday, it was less about ladies who lunch and more about ladies who love fashion and high tea, as was evident with the excellent turnout at the Four Seasons. Held in Seasons Restaurant, the private two-hour afternoon function brought out Washington women dressed in their finest garb. And let’s just start with the high [...]

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And…. We’re Back!

And…. We’re Back!

Back from the La La Land / Pacific Punch world, where we attended, along with close to 300 other folks, the Artists and Athletes Alliance “Race to the White House” interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer and this time, he was the one in the hot seat, not the other way around. Wolf though, doesn’t seem [...]

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The Tahirih Justice Center: “Saving Lives, Celebrating Courage”

The Tahirih Justice Center: “Saving Lives, Celebrating Courage”

By Punch Correspondent Zoraida Rodriguez-Keeton The Tahirih Justice Center celebrated its 15th Anniversary with an elegant and inspiring Gala at Georgetown Four Seasons Hotel. This year’s theme was “Saving Lives, Celebrating Courage”.” The evening began with a Silent Auction followed by an entertaining program with ABC 7′s Scott Thuman as the Master of Ceremonies. Actress [...]

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Georgetown Jingle 2012

Georgetown Jingle 2012

The 6th annual Georgetown Jingle was held Sunday afternoon into early evening at the Four Seasons in Georgetown.  The family-friendly event has grown every year from the number of attendees to sponsors and participants, to the space the property uses, to even the level of substance, activities and entertainment.  Of course that means more money [...]

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Making Up Is Hard to Do (so call on Carl Ray)

Making Up Is Hard to Do (so call on Carl Ray)

Washington women barely have enough time to curl their own eyelashes much less spend hours poring over the most ideal cosmetic colors for their skin tone, the newest makeup application techniques, or the best most bountiful powder brushes.  We ladies are busy busy busy and even when we sit in the chair getting our hair [...]

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Here Comes the Sixth Annual Georgetown Jingle

Here Comes the Sixth Annual Georgetown Jingle

It seems like yesterday that I went to the first Georgetown Jingle and I’ve been a fan ever since.  Held on Sunday, December 11th from 4pm-8pm (always on a Sunday) at the Four Seasons Hotel, this holiday benefit for Georgetown University Hospital’s pediatric oncology programs is family friendly and boldly shows off some of the [...]

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Artists & Athletes Alliance Briefing on The Egyptian Uprising

Artists & Athletes Alliance Briefing on The Egyptian Uprising

  Post by Liesl Jackson, Pacific Punch Contributor “We want to live in peace and we can live in peace.”  This was a quote told by Ahmed Maher 2011 Nobel Peace Prize Nominee on Tuesday, November 15th at The Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills. Maher is the original founder of “The April 6th Youth [...]

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Saturday, June 4th is Family Day at M29 Lifestyle in Georgetown

Saturday, June 4th is Family Day at M29 Lifestyle in Georgetown

Meet designer Stephanie Housley’s cast of critters and characters, peruse one of the Punch’s Picks for Georgetown boutiques, shop, explore, mix and mingle. M29 Lifestyle invites you to spend your (including the kids, naturally) afternoon on the corner of M and 29th NW, right next to the Four Seasons.  This white box gallery like shop [...]

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