District Divas Culture

Review: Studio Theatre’s Silence! The Musical

Did you watch Silence of the Lambs as a kid? As a child of the ’90s, I did, and I remember it being absolutely terrifying. I’m still frightened every time I see a picture of Anthony Hoffman to this day. So, when I heard that Studio Theatre was doing a…
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Passport to Summer: Glen’s Garden Market

Bitch Biz: The Passport Program and Bitches Who Brunch are partners. While this article was written independently by Bitches Who Brunch, we do receive compensation from the company. It’s no secret I love Glen’s Garden Market—the local, sustainability oriented market serves up a delicious brunch, stocks my favorite #MadeinDC…
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Recap: Urban Daddy’s #SummerSoiree

I love a good cocktail party—the larger the more intimate, I always say. (Or was that from the Great Gatsby?) What makes a summer soiree fun? A great venue with an outdoor space. Great, live music. Great cocktails. Fun, interesting people. A cool theme—ideally with fun decor, props and a…
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Bitch at Us: Vicky Theodorou of Heirloom Catering

Bitch Biz: Heirloom Catering and Bitches Who Brunch are partners. While this article was written independently by Bitches Who Brunch, we do receive compensation from the company. The name behind Heirloom Catering and Event Design has special meaning given the full-service event company stemmed from founder Vicky Theodorou’s family’s history…
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Bitch at Us: Sandy Safi of Dîner en Blanc

When Dîner en Blanc launched in Washington, D.C., last year, I was ecstatic. I had witnessed the event the year prior in New York City, by chance, when I was having a glass of wine with a friend at Bryant Park Cafe. I’ll never forget that evening: Suddenly thousands…
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Passport to Summer: Cocktails at Masa14

Bitch Biz: The Passport Program and Bitches Who Brunch are partners. While this article was written independently by Bitches Who Brunch, we do receive compensation from the company. Masa14 was *the* spot when I first moved to Washington five years ago. 14th Street was not yet inundated with dozens good-to-great…
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Latitude Bike Tour: Queens

When my friend Christine first approached me about doing a bike tour in Manhattan last year, I pictured myself wobbling and weaving through crazy delivery men and aggressive cab drivers and almost said no. I am so glad I ended up going, because it not only paved the way for…
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Passport to Summer: Cocktails at Rappahannock

BitchBiz: Bitches Who Brunch and D.C.’s Passport Program are partners. While this article was written independently by Bitches Who Brunch, we do help promote the Passport Program in exchange for promotion and events. 
  Summer is my favorite—isn’t it everyones? The hot weather, long days, summer travels, poolside reading and—the…
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Bitch At Us: Jennifer Ngai

Bitch Biz: JRINK and Bitches Who Brunch are partners. While this article was written independently by Bitches Who Brunch, we do receive compensation from the company.
Cori Sue and I have been business partners in Bitching for five years now. It’s been a journey, with plenty of ups and downs,…
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Recap: Thrillist’s #BDOYL

I love discovering innovative ways to explore New York’s food and drink scene. When I lived in D.C., I would always be the first in line to buy tickets to the next beer festival, bar crawl, or food crawl. Sadly, I feel like these kind of events are few and…
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