Happy Valentine’s Day! Although it is a holiday many in relationships look forward to, there are just as many who feel that Valentine’s Day isn’t necessary.
Whether you’ll be making sparks fly or murmuring the lover’s equivalent to “bah-humbug” this Valentine’s Day, be sure to bask in the “Afterglow” at Funxion on February 15th. There’s NO COVER for DC’s only post-Valentine’s Day happy hour but please RSVP.
Do away with typical ideas and make this Valentine’s Day one for the books. Evan McArthur Kane provides a study guide of the ways and means to say “I love you,” in Washington, DC.
For this week’s Love issue, Hollywood gossip Poet Taylor lists the top 10 successful celebrity couples and reminds us of the 10 worst break ups.
What better way to UNplug, than at Happy Hour? Every 2nd Friday, enjoy the area’s top artists/musicians. This Friday, Bilal brings his unique brand of soul to The Park at Fourteenth.
Still deciding what to do for Valentine’s Day? Well, WHW’s social butterfly L. Denise lists some great activities for you and your Sweetheart.
Where is the love? These days the love affair with American made cars has dwindled down to a passing fling with rental car or a nostalgic crush. For example, when GMC’s first Denali crossover arrived with its mesh grille and matching 20 inch chrome wheels, I was visually aroused. Though the outward styling was something I could commit to, I conceded to my shallowness and figured it was solely a “looks’ thing; no love.
People say they want love but many people self sabotage it because they are afraid of being hurt, consumed with career, comfortable in their loneliness or don’t feel worthy. To have love, we have to make room in our hearts and our lives for it.
by Kenyetta Greene (Celebrity MUA) Valentine’s Day is almost here and we all want to look sexy for our men, but we know that they like the “natural” look. However, you still need to apply a little makeup to enhance your natural beauty and still look glamorous but have a natural feel to it. [...]
Politics is never the first thing people use to spark up a conversation. More times than not, it is left out, because most people are very protective of their personal beliefs, and unwilling to compromise. Sounds very similar to our favorite politicians in Washington, doesn’t it? Unfortunately, avoiding politics could affect your relationship with your significant other.
Once considered “Chocolate City”, DC is rich in African-American culture and history. Aside from Harlem, there’s no greater city in which to be for Black History Month. From musical productions and historic tours to television programs and museum exhibitions, WHW has compiled the ULTIMATE guide to Black History Month in the District. Enjoy!
Whether self-published or leaked by a scorned lover or a “friend”, many of our favorite celebrities have been captured and exposed in compromising positions. This special edition of Oh Really Poet, lists some of the most famous and little known celebrity sex scandals.
Thousands are heading to downtown DC to see new and concept cars as well as catch a glimpse of some of their favorite celebrities. WHW captured best selling author and Jersey Shore star, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, and Redskins Mike Sellers and Chris Cooley.
Looking for love (read: lust) in local places? Check out L. Denise’s quick list of easy-to-find aphrodisiacs:
According to WHW’s resident bachelor, Evan McArthur Kane, “This isn’t about how you like it. It’s about how often you like it…” as he challenges conventional notions about sex.