Weekly Event Rundown

From wine tastings to cherry blossom festivals, WHW’s stellar, sassy and social blogger L. Denise lists some cool events for your weekly to do list.

[Editor's Pick] Washington Twestival: Tweet. Meet. Give.

This year, the Washington Twestival is guaranteed to be a blast. Come engage some of the most socially savvy individuals (both online and offline), at one of the most attractive nightclubs in the city, while doing your part to prevent human trafficking of youth around the world.

[Editor's Pick] “A Thousand Words” photo exhibit addresses breast cancer

Shoot for Change, Pink Jams DC!, and Capital Breast Care Center have collaborated on a very special exhibit that merges photography and breast cancer awareness.

Anything worth having takes work; a case for marriage

If we put as much effort into our relationships as we did on our careers or our appearance, there is a much higher chance at success. For those who are skeptical about marriage, the easy way ends up being the much harder way in the long run.

Style for Hire and Urban Chic show new moms how to be fab

Kara Allan, a Stacy London-trained stylist and uber-fashionable mother of three, teaches her secrets and gives personal style tips this Thursday at Urban Chic, in Georgetown.

[Editor's Pick] SHAOLIN JAZZ – The 37th Chamber – DC Listening Party

What happens when RZA meets Ramsey Lewis? SHAOLIN JAZZ!! Get the deets on the DC listening party for this refreshing mixtape project.

#POTM March product of the month

As products come across my desk, I have to share my favs as Products of the Month (POTM).

Oh Really Poet v.45

As we patiently wait for the beauty that is spring, I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t ear to the ground, to be the know, who’s winning: Beyonce’, who’s losing: John Galliano, who’s lost it *cough* 50Cent and who should just stop it all together, yeah I’m talking about you crazed Bieber fans…

Casualties of War

WHW columnist Evan McArthur Kane explores a more creative side with a revealing poem about heartbreak and pain.

2011 Mazda MAZDA3 s Grand Touring 5-Door

Soon as I tapped the push button to start I could hear the young voice whisper in my ear, “Zoom, Zoom.” Shifting in this manual transmission was easy and carefree, I nailed it from the jump and the rumpus ensued as I whizzed through East of the River in Washington, DC and zig-zagged down Route 50 like a slalom to do some shopping in Annapolis.

[Photos] Beauty for Empowerment raises funds for WEAVE

Last weekend, Make-up artist Kenyetta Greene added dimension to the Georgetown scene with the Beauty for Empowerment fundraising event for Women Empowered Against Violence (WEAVE).

Is the Wisconsin union bill a look into our country’s future?

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed a controversial law this week reducing the collective bargaining rights of public employees in his state. This bill has set off a firestorm of protests and controversy, with Wisconsin Democrats going to great lengths by hiding in another state to avoid a vote.

Words To Live By: communication is key

Words can either hurt or heal. If you are not aware of someone’s intention, you may take their words out of context or become skeptical about what they’re saying. More importantly, at times we forget that communication is not always about what a person is saying verbally.

[Photos] Celebrities of color gleam at the NAACP Image Awards

If you missed some of your favorite multi-cultural celebrities on the red carpet of the 42nd Annual NAACP Image Awards, we’ve got you covered.

[Photos] Fantasia and Chrisette Michelle perform at NABOB Communications Awards dinner

The National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters held its 27th Annual Communication Awards Dinner on Friday, March 4 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel. Chrisette Michelle, Regina Bell, and Fantasia gave gripping musical performances.

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