WHW Editor April Watts speaks with Lindsey Mask, founder of Ladies America, about her amazing professional journey and the 2012 Women Leading the Future Conference.
Women Leading the Future is a day-long conference being held May 5th at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C. The Conference will be packed with dynamic speakers and panels of leading women (and some men) in business, government, healthcare, journalism, law, finance, technology and more.
Desiree Samira Entertainment, Inc. presents A Metropolitan Muse Concert Series Exclusive, The Official Jeff Bradshaw “Bone Appétit” Album Release Event. Featuring a LIVE performance by Hidden Beach Recording Artist Jeff Bradshaw accompanied by Washington, DC’s own NDELIBLE.
Cinderella Cares is pleased to bring you the first annual Comedy for Cure gala event bringing awareness in the fight against lung cancer. Funds raised will go towards research, early diagnosis to reduce the mortality rate, while supporting families in the midst of a lung cancer diagnosis.
As if all the BBQ I could eat wasn’t enough of an incentive to be in the most festive of moods this Fourth of July holiday. I knew part of my holiday weekend included seeing Kid Cudi bless the stage at the Merriweather Post Pavilion. The last time I saw Cudi perform was in [...]
WHW Editor April Watts covers the 2011 Heart & Soul Awards red carpet as the official host for Radio-One. Watch as she gets the scoop from Kindred the Family Soul, Nicole Ari Parker, Boris Kodjoe and more!
The Old Post Office Pavilion, a national landmark and specialty entertainment center, announces a photo contest in honor of National Camera Day, now through July 31. Local residents and tourists are encouraged to submit their best photograph taken at the Old Post Office Pavilion for a chance to win big prizes and local fame.
On Wednesday, July 20th (11am-9pm) get yourself some free — yes, free — Queso (6 oz) from participating Moe’s Southwest Grill locations.
Cato June, a former Indianapolis Colts and Tampa Bay Buc’s star who graduated from Anacostia High School is hosting a FREE football camp THIS SATURDAY. Slots are still available. Get the detials and register your child today.
Last night, Venus Williams played her first US match this year in the Washington Kastles’ season opener against World Tennis Tournament defending champions, Kansas City Explorers.
by April Watts (Photo by Mike Fewell/Silver Spring Patch) Glynn Jackson, the “maven of everything fabulous,” has already made an indelible mark on the hair industry with the highly acclaimed Golden Scissors Awards. Recently, he set out to bring his unique brand of fab to the bridal industry with the first annual Bridal Fanfare. Hundreds came out to the Silver [...]
Summer is here, which means many more outdoor activities are in store for you…so get ready! One of the biggest Summertime holidays is Independence Day. To commemorate this holiday, people celebrate with food, family, friends and anything involving the great outdoors. Here is some of what’s going on in the city: Smithsonian Folklife Festival at National Mall [...]
On the weekend of Saturday June 18, upstart daddy blog, DaddysCool.com decided to make its mission and efforts of creating better images of fathers public by hosting an event called Candy Rocks at Liv Nightclub atop the historic Bohemian Caverns. Sponsored by the Law Offices of Duane O. King, Candy Rocks was promoted as a [...]
In February, we got “artsy-fartsy” with ARTventures on H! Now, its Summertime and — once again – CHAMPS – Capitol Hill’s Chamber of Commerce and H Street Main Street sponsor ARTventures on H. On Thursday, June 30th, ARTventures on H allows you to take a trip in the heart of the H Street Corridor. A Summer staycation that will make [...]
Wednesday, JUNE 15 – Washington, DC gets a special treat tonight when the soulful Bilal comes to town with his full band in tow at U Street Music Hall. Fans will get a chance at 2 big shows featuring grammy-nominmated singer Wayna and Maimouna Youssef, an exciting artist that performs with the Roots. Ticket for [...]