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The Vintage Takeover is Happening at Penn Social DC

A Vintage Coup is Going Down this Saturday, July 25th!

It’s the return of the best, dopest, kick ass vintage pop-up shop in the city, the Guys & Dolls Vintage Pop-Up Shop. Instant Vintage 78 is returning with a lineup of the hottest vendors from DC,

ART in DC: A DC Party Beneath The Streets of Tokyo

2015 Phillips Collection Contemporaries Bash

The Phillips Collection hosted it’s annual gala where DC art lovers, philanthropists, and supporters gather to celebrate the acclaimed works and cultural influence of the museum’s art collection. The highly anticipated event now has it’s own popular tradition: The After Party.

Holiday Gifts: Art. Life. Technology.

The Best Holiday Gifts for the Creative Types

In a world where new products hit the market everyday, choosing the perfect gift can be tricky. As the Art & Lifestyle Editor, I’ve seen a lot of creativity in so many different forms.

Biggie Smalls is The Only Christopher We Acknowledge

Biggie Smalls is The Only Christopher We Acknowledge

When you hear the name Biggie Smalls, there is one place that comes to mind – Brooklyn. Christopher Wallace (aka Biggie Smalls) was one of the most influential rappers of this lifetime.

Street Art: The World is An Open Museum

Street Art is the World’s Open Museum

Street Art is not just limited to the United States. In the 21st Century, street art is everywhere we look – mainstream media, music and clothes. I recently discovered that graffiti has even prevalent in Middle Eastern cultures.

KitchenCraY: A Chef with Big Plans to be a Culinary Powerhouse

KitchenCraY: A Chef with Big Plans to be a Culinary Powerhouse

These days, Washington, D.C. is rapidly changing more than its history or position as the “Capital of the Free World.” A quick Google search of the term “DC Gentrification” will deliver over 637,000 results with titles like “DC’s Poorest Residents fight Displacement” or “Washington DC Loses Black Majority”.