May 7th, 2014 Issue

Providential President

Providential President

It is one of the givens in the litany of American bedrock beliefs that many people dream of and aspire ...

Q&A With Theresa DeGioia

Q&A With Theresa DeGioia

She holds a position never held before at Georgetown University: spouse of the university president. She arrived as Theresa Miller ...

86th Annual Garden Tour, May 10

86th Annual Garden Tour, May 10

The 86th annual Georgetown Garden Tour – presented by the Georgetown Garden Club, an affiliate of the Garden Club of America ...

Treat Mom to Brunch

Treat Mom to Brunch

Although one day a year is not enough time to thank moms for all they do, make May 11 exceptional and take mom out for brunch. Here’s what a few D.C. restaurants are serving up for Mother’s Day...

Andrew Wyeth at the National Gallery: ‘Looking Out, Looking In’

Andrew Wyeth at the National Gallery: ‘Looking Out, Looking In’

Compared with Cubism, performance art, film and digital media, a painting of meadow grass and an old barn does not seem exactly groundbreaking. Yet Andrew Wyeth, a rural painter of American regionalist life and landscapes from Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, captured the imagination of the 20th century, and his work continues to challenge and inspire new generations today.

Cocktail of the Month: Pirate’s Cocktail

Cocktail of the Month: Pirate’s Cocktail

It seems that rum and pirates are like smoke and fire – you can’t find one without the other. From ...

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