In a class whose whole premise involves feminism and culture, if your sensibilities are offended by the notion of a mother feeding her baby, then it seems you're not quite ready for college, let alone this seminar.
Summer in D.C. means men in seersucker suits, outdoor movie screenings, Jazz in the Garden and happy hour on the patio. At A BAR, opening tonight in the West End, another huge patio awaits post-work Washingtonians looking for cool drinks and a relaxing atmosphere.
Chef R.L. Boyd's revamped menu includes classic brunch dishes like Eggs Benedict and shrimp and grits, while showing the restaurant's distinctly Asian flair with its bibimbap omelette and miso breakfast burger.
I heard more rumblings about think tanks than anyone commenting on a pop color or wearing a ridiculously tall shoe. Party hopping in D.C. has a certain high school feel but in the best way... and unlike fashion circles, everyone was positive and less catty.