April 20th, 2011 Issue

Al Tiramisu Promotes Italian Cuisine

Al Tiramisu Promotes Italian Cuisine

The weather outside was frightful but inside Al Tiramisu restaurant on Apr. 16, it was only sunshine and Italian cuisine ...

Wellness Community Celebration of Hope Gala

Wellness Community Celebration of Hope Gala

Susie Dyer and Liza Marshall co-chaired the Fifth Annual Celebration of Hope Gala supporting The Wellness Community of Greater Washington ...

Washington Women and Wine “Shoemania” at Saks Chevy Chase

Washington Women and Wine “Shoemania” at Saks Chevy Chase

On Apr. 4, members of Washington Women and Wine held a Wine, Women and Shoes “Shop til You drop” Spring ...

Embassy Chef Challenge 2011

Embassy Chef Challenge 2011

Now in its third year and growing exponentially, Cultural Tourism DC’s Embassy Chef Challenge was a hit at the ...

Sitar Arts Center Celebrates Its Students’ Work at the Corcoran Gallery of Art

Sitar Arts Center Celebrates Its Students’ Work at the Corcoran Gallery of Art

On Apr. 6, the Sitar Arts Center in Adams Morgan, a multidisciplinary arts education haven for children and youth predominantly ...

Acupuncture: A Tradition of Wellbeing

Acupuncture: A Tradition of Wellbeing

“You might bend down to pick up a pen and hurt your back, but that’s not why you hurt your back,” says Sung Up Hong. “There is a history and a reason behind that problem with deeper roots than what you see and feel on the outside.” That is the goal of acupuncture, says Hong, a third-generation licensed acupuncturist: to find the root cause of the problem and treat the patient holistically.

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