It’s true that you haven’t seen DC (and surrounding areas) until you’ve seen it at night. The Masonic Temple in Old Town Alexandria is a marvel as it sits, perfectly lit, atop a hill on Callahan drive. At nightfall, take a ride or even a stroll down King Street and you’ll be provided a perfect view of the George Washington Masonic Memorial.
Summer is officially here and you’ve got the perspiration to prove it. It’s hot. Okay. Now, wipe the sweat off your neck and take a look around! DC is a rather amazing place to be during this time of year
Today marks the 1-year anniversary of the deadliest crash in WMATA history. One year ago–June 22, 2009–two Metro trains collided leaving 9 dead and several injured. On Sunday, June 27th, Metro is scheduled to implement the first of a two-phase fare increase.
As stated on WMATA’s website, Metro will be holding a rememberance ceremony to honor the victims and first responders that were involved in last year’s tragic accident. The ceremony will take place this morning at 10am adjacent from the Fort Totten Metro Station. The public is welcome to attend.
President Obama sent out an email Sunday to thank father’s for their hard work and dedication, while announcing a new program: The President’s Fatherhood and Mentoring Initiative, which according to the President is the “Next phase of our efforts to help fathers fulfill their responsibilities as parents.”
In a speech in Pittsburgh last week, President Obama once again made a Climate Change Bill a priority, in response to the devastating oil spill in the gulf. His approval rating plummeting, his crisis management skills being questioned, Obama was forced to again ask Congress for a comprehensive bill to reduce our dependence on foreign oils.
Last weekend WPGC morning host, Big Tigger, held his 9th Annual Celebrity Classic. A multitude of Hollywood celebrities and professional athletes converged in the Nation’s Capital to support Tigger’s Street Corner Foundation.
I can’t believe it’s already June, (I know some parents are thinking the same thing..LOL) Ahhh summertime, bikinis, vacations, cookouts and of course drama! How funny that the summer hasn’t officially even started and already Hollywierd is in full gossip mode.
If your aim is to turn heads and strike up conversation, then you can’t go wrong with a statement piece from Genevieve Jones. Her collection of handbags and jewelry is lascivious, to say the least. Kate Moss, Rihanna and Kim Kardashian are just a few notables that have been seen donning Jones’s designs.
Wow, what a bad end of the month for the President, full of bad decisions, bad press, and even worse, bad judgement. After a big victory with the passage of a far-reaching Financial Reform Bill, the White House has been hit with a flurry of controversy over it’s response to the oil spill in the Gulf.
Watch WHW TV on the web and on DCTV! DC was one of the stops along the Gillette Fusion MVP Tour, which honored local barbershops and distinguished men of style. April Watts interviews… (Photo by Aaron J of redcarpetimages.net)
Is it seriously almost June??? Time sure does fly when you’re gossiping…lol. Trust me you favorite celebutarts, did not disappoint. This has indeed been a week to remember. Don’t believe me, please read on!
In the words of songwriter Fred Ebb, popularized by Frank Sinatra, “Start spreading the news”! The clubs voted, today, and for the first time in history, New York/New Jersey will host a Super Bowl. South Florida’s bid was eliminated in the first round of voting.
Thanks to Host DC, you don’t have to be a Toys ‘R Us kid or Peter Pan to tap into your inner-child. The entertainment company facilitates RECESS—a monthly “escape” for adults, which includes food, cocktails, music and nostalgic games like Uno, Connect Four and Twister.
With the launch of the movie Sex and the City 2 quickly approaching, the Diva’s of the DMV are hitting up local boutiques searching for those special dresses, accessories and, of course, the shoes to channel their favorite Sex and the City Diva.