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 [...]
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.
Photo by Shevry Lassiter Attention: DC residents… I received this Media Advisory yesterday and wanted to share with you. I hope someone in need is able to utilize these services. Please review, comment and forward! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 22, 2011 Thousands to Benefit from Free Summer Meals and Health Education Through Mayor Vincent C. [...]
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 [...]
Baltimore Ravens Ray Lewis’ Annual Summer Days Charity Weekend got underway May 20th in Charm City. View photos from the celebrity bowling tournament and youth fitness clinic.
Ladies Night at National’s Ballpark on June 16, 2011 at 7:05 p.m. for the Nationals vs. Cardinals game. Two packages are available for this fun night out. The $40.00 VIP Package includes a reserved game ticket, the pre-game Ladies Night Happy Hour, and a Nationals Player Photo Ops! The Happy Hour includes: food & [...]
The massive hole between 9th and 11th streets downtown, at the site of the old Convention Center, is slated to become the epicenter of retail shopping in the Distict. According to the “Downtown DC Shopping District 2011″ report, the 10-acre CityCenterDC mixed use development will accomodate a large amount of the $600 million in unmet shoppers’ goods retail demand.
On May 5th, R&B artist Raheem DeVaughn celebrated his 36th birthday with a special honor from DC Mayor Vincent Gray. DeVaughn was awarded the key to the city for his contributions towards HIV/AIDS awareness and domestic violence prevention. Mayor Gray also proclaimed May 5th as “Raheem DeVaughn Day.”
The Wizards pulled out a 95-94 overtime win over the Celtics despite several of the Boston stars not playing. Infact, it’s questionable if Kevin Garnett, Rajon Rondo, and Shaquille O’neal were even in the building.
This evening DC Mayor Vincent Gray, Council Chair Kwame Brown, and several other council members were arrested outside the Hart Senate Building during a protest organized by DC Vote.
International fashion designer, Korto Momolu, will return to her home country of Liberia, in May 2011 to show a 27-piece collection designed specifically for Amani Liberia’s “Sankofa Fashion Show.” Get the details on this and watch as Korto talks to WHW Editor, April Watts about being exiled from her homeland.
The Wizards easily handled the Hawks from the beginning and ended up winning by 32 points giving Washington its third straight home victory! Andray Blatche led all scorers with 23 points and John Wall added 19. The Hawks were led by Al Horford with 21. Washington had a total of seven players score in double [...]
Outraged over the recent treatment of the District during federal government shutdown resolution talks, Norton said, “It’s time that the District of Columbia told Congress to “go straight to hell.” Norton is riled up over a rider to a bill that prevents DC from spending its own tax revenue on abortions for low income women.
On Tuesday, the Wiz won 107-105 in the last minute against the Pistons. John Wall had the dunk that gave the Wizards the lead for good in the game. Check out the photo recap.
Last week the Washington Wizards beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 115-107. Andray Blatche had a great night leading all with a double double in points and rebounds (36 pts, 19 rebs). If you missed the game, check out our photo recap…