April 6th, 2011 Issue

Liberty Smith at Ford’s Theater

Liberty Smith at Ford’s Theater

“Liberty Smith,” a kind of tongue-in-cheek, young-hero retelling of some major events of the Revolutionary War, has a number of things going on for it. “We think this is going to be great entertainment,” says Paul Tetreault, Ford’s executive artistic director. “We have a big, Broadway-style musical here, which will appeal to the whole family.”

'Once Upon a Prom' at Ella Rue

'Once Upon a Prom' at Ella Rue

Ladies, hurry up and drop off those old prom dresses at Ella Rue. The boutique, owned by Krista Johnson, will ...

Pink Tie Party: It's All About Cherries

Pink Tie Party: It's All About Cherries

Cherries were on every menu at the fifth annual Pink Tie Party at the Mayflower Hotel, March 23. As part ...

RAMMY Nominations

RAMMY Nominations

On Mar. 22, The Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington announced the finalists for this year’s awards which will be presented ...

Peruvian Cuisine Honored at the OAS

Peruvian Cuisine Honored at the OAS

Lima has been declared the Gastronomic Capital of Latin America and that distinction was most evident at the Organization of ...

Prevention of Blindness Society Celebrates 75 Years at Night of Vision

Prevention of Blindness Society Celebrates 75 Years at Night of Vision

The Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington (POB) celebrated 75 years of sight-saving services and community programs at its ...

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