In the age of live-streaming in the workplace, I could write anything following a pic of bikini-clad Olympians who have magically found a way to be world-class athletes and still look feminine. For journalism’s sake, I’ll add this quote by … Continue reading USA Women’s Olympic Volleyball team loves America, hates waxes
Washingtonians gathered for a night of philanthropy, poetry, and sports–an unexpected combo to say the least–at the District’s gorgeous Carnegie Institute for the Inspired Art Gala by DC SCORES. The event honored D.C. United head coach Ben Olsen with the Inspiration … Continue reading DC SCORES Inspired Art Gala
53rd Annual Washington International Horse Show When October 25-30, 2011 What Horse-crazy or not, if you like championship sport and fast-paced entertainment and fun, this is the event for you. An equestrian tradition since 1958, the Washington International Horse Show brings top … Continue reading Washington International Horse Show
Washington DC (July 7th, 2011) – The “greening” of professional sports has grown throughout the United States over the last few years. This effort can be attributed to the expertise and supervision of Allen Hershkowitz and the NRDC with professional … Continue reading Green Cup Eco Gala and Green Cup of Polo Match
Apart from getting a book published and working out the details for the launch party, this week I’ve been at The Greenbrier Classic. Laptops are frowned upon by the PGA, so we’ll be back to our usual high-traffic posting next … Continue reading Pardon our sluggishness
Date: June 1st, 2011 Location: Embassy Of The Republic Of France Time: 7:00pm – 10:00pm Continue reading 2011 Sport For Social Change Awards
I was thisclose to getting on my gym shoes and hitting up the treadmill until I learned that the beer is alcohol-free. Whomp whomp. Anyhow, I still love the idea. From newslite.tv: A German brewery has started touting its no-alcohol … Continue reading Beer as a sports drink? YES.