Make a Splash at the Beach This Summer – 7 Cosmetic Procedures That Will Get You Swimsuit Ready

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Swimsuit season can be a reason to show off the body in an itsy bitsy bikini or grab the terrycloth cover-up. Suddenly, those spider veins, bulges and sagging body parts that have been hiding under layers of winter clothes are on full display. Photo Credit:  People Style.com The impulse is to jump start a diet […]

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Make a Splash at the Beach This Summer – 7 Cosmetic Procedures That Will Get You Swimsuit Ready

Curate Your Summer Looks with Ann Taylor – From the Beach to the Boardroom

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The summer social scene is in full swing, and it’s time to update your wardrobe and start planning for the events ahead whether they take you to the beach, BBQ or boardroom.   Below, please find three curated outfits from an Ann Taylor style expert: A Beach Getaway Regardless if you are on a romantic […]

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Curate Your Summer Looks with Ann Taylor – From the Beach to the Boardroom

Top 5 Shows of the Week

1. Richard III at Annapolis Shakespeare Company. By William Shakespeare Directed by Donald Hicken. May 19 – June 11 Friday 8pm Saturday 2pm & 8pm Sunday 3pm A dynamic, fast-paced suspense thriller with political intrigue, betrayed alliances and the politics of power. 2. Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike at The Colonial Players –  Written by Christopher Durang […]
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Top 5 Shows of the Week

Theatre Review: ‘Jazz’ at Baltimore Center Stage

“I am the name of the sound and the sound of the name. I am the sign of the letter and the designation of the division.” This quote pulled from “The Nag Hammadi” is the epigraph that sits between the first few pages of Toni Morrison’s beloved novel, “Jazz.” And rightfully so. The quote mirrors […]
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Theatre Review: ‘Jazz’ at Baltimore Center Stage

Concert Review: ‘Audra McDonald’ at Strathmore Music Center

The world can sometimes be a difficult place, and we often use music to find meaning in it. This past Friday at the Strathmore Music Center, Broadway dynamo Audra McDonald took the packed house on a journey through the American Musical Theater Songbook, and her own personal journey to find meaning in music. Over the […]
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Concert Review: ‘Audra McDonald’ at Strathmore Music Center

Ballet Review: ‘Tudor, Ashton, World Premiere’ Presented by The Washington Ballet at the Kennedy Center

The Washington Ballet brought their triumphant 40th season to a close this past weekend with a collection of three ballets choreographed by Antony Tudor, Frederick Ashton and a world premiere choreographed by Ethan Stiefel. A perfect conclusion to a varied and accomplished season, this weekend’s performance presented ballet both contemporary and classic – truly something […]
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Ballet Review: ‘Tudor, Ashton, World Premiere’ Presented by The Washington Ballet at the Kennedy Center