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Anticipating ArtJamz: The Lincoln Sessions

Anticipating ArtJamz: The Lincoln Sessions

Tomorrow evening, I'm hitting one of the hottest new night-out scenes in D.C.

Meet ArtJamz: an uncommonly creative concept by Michael M. Clements, Executive Editor of Washington Life Magazine. Last June, Clements launched ArtJamz, the first for-profit production of Genki Media LLC. Genki is a combination of the Japanese characters "Gen" and "Ki," and it means "happy and healthy condition." Well . . . by all accounts, it seems that Clements—through his wildly popular ArtJamz series—is indeed making meaningful strides toward the happy and healthy condition of Washingtonians. 

'For Love of Children' To Host Fundraising Happy Hour at Asylum in Adams Morgan Tonight, Feb. 10

This story comes to us from Natalie Torentinos:

Are you looking for a happy hour that’s also for a good cause?

Join staff, volunteers and friends of For Love of Children (FLOC) tonight, Feb. 10!

Thursday Date Nights at the Corcoran

Thursday Date Nights at the Corcoran

Treat your date on a romantic evening at the Corcoran any Thursday in February for Thursday Date Nights!  Enjoy two-for-one gallery admission between 5 - 9 p.m. and Cafe specials featuring "Champagne & Kisses," which includes two glasses of champagne and chocolate covered strawberries or a cheese and fruit plate ($15). 

Date nights:

February 17

February 24

Print this coupon and present it to the front desk upon admission to receive the Thursday Date Nights special.

Words Beats & Life To Host Three Events

Words Beats & Life To Host Three Events

This story comes to us from Dany Sigwalt:

Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and DC based Hip-Hop nonprofit Words Beats & Life is hosting three events to celebrate the musical tradition, philanthropy, and the love of the dance within Hip-Hop.  These three events will be hosted to kick off a year long member and support campaign called I © WBL.”  The campaign multi-media series will include a number of celebratory events. 

Anniversary Parties Around Town

Anniversary Parties Around Town

Two major players in town have anniversaries this week. High Life Entertainment turns 8 this week. They are celebrating with a party on Friday, February 4th at Argana Lounge. Argana Lounge is a new venue located at 2147 P Street, 2 blocks from the Dupont Circle metro. DJ Monty, the owner of High Life Entertainment will be playing.  There will be a champagne open bar from 10 p.m.-11 p.m. with a champagne toast at midnight and champagne party buses running all night long. For VIP tables email Tables@HLEDC.com or to get on the VIP guest list email Guestlist@HLEDC.com.

Staying on Top: Allure Magazine's D.C. Spa Pick Kavenchy 1st Annual Runway Show

Staying on Top:  Allure Magazine's D.C. Spa Pick Kavenchy 1st Annual Runway Show

Allure magazine's top DC salon, Kavenchy, hosted it's first Annual Spring Look Runway Show Monday night.   Guests began arriving at 7PM for the invitation only event sponsored by Phytos and Dermalogica.   The theme for the show was spring and no detail was spared to transport guests from the outside cold into a spring garden.  The "red carpet" was thrown out and replaced instead with green plant wire meshing like the kind you would find at the garden store. The runway was lined with gerber daisies, some orchids and bamboo. The night consisted of two runway shows, one to showcase cut and color and the other featured styling.  Kavenchy tapped PEKvida a newly formed boutique public relations firm, founded by PR veterans Pergrin, Elly Sharriat and Khaleelah Po Rome to create his signature event.

GW Hosts Show To Benefit South African Youth Center

This story comes to us from Courtney Bowe:

GW’s Department of Theatre and Dance, in collaboration with GW’s Departments of Music, Africana Studies and Women’s Studies, the Multi-Cultural Students Association, as well as St. Andrew’s Episcopal School and The Seekers Church, present The South African Project: Window on WinterveldtThe benefit performance features youth performers from the Bokamoso Youth Center of Winterveldt, South Africa.