Month: July 2022
Citi Open Chairman Mark D. Ein has announced that his foundation and the tournament will match a pledge made earlier this year by three-time Grand Slam winner, and UNICEF Ambassador, Andy Murray to donate all his 2022 winnings to UNICEF’s effort to help children in need in Ukraine.
Restaurant industry professionals and their fans gathered last night at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center for the 40th Annual RAMMY Awards as Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington announced winners and a range of special distinctions in a number of categories celebrating excellence in long-standing and pandemic-era categories that range from individual professional honors to accolades celebrating culinary concepts and service.
The Citi Open, Washington, D.C.’s premier tennis tournament since 1969 and the fifth largest tennis event in the U.S., will again host a WTA tournament, featuring Venus Williams, in conjunction with its current ATP event, featuring Andy Murray.
Fans of The Office will be transported to the world of Dunder Mifflin Paper Company when The Office Experience opens in Washington D.C. in the historic Woodies Building at 1020 G St NW on Thursday, July 28.
Six Flags America is the first theme park in the DMV to become a Certified Autism Center.
Amtrak Northeast Regional has launched expanded service between DC and multiple Virginia cities.
Following a sold-out run in New York City, Speakeasy, an all-in-one immersive show and mixology experience that combines the worlds of cirque, illusion, burlesque, and musical theatre with an upscale cocktail flight is at the National Harbor’s Bond 45 restaurant for a limited engagement now through Sunday, July 31.