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Boffi-Maxalto create Albero di Natale, Italian for Christmas tree, at this year’s Georgetown Jingle

Boffi-Maxalto create Albero di Natale, Italian for Christmas tree, at this year’s Georgetown Jingle

Julia Walter of Boffi and Brian Fell of Maxalto designed an Italian-themed tree that includes a Tuscany Villa getaway and gift certificates from local Italian restaurants and beauty salon.

Spectacular holiday trees and décor are now on display in the lobby of the Four Seasons Hotel in anticipation of the 8th Annual Georgetown Jingle held this Sunday, December 15th. The event benefits pediatric programs at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital’s Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center.

ARE THE REDSKINS "SPELL - BOUND?"

Much has been written about the possible impact of off the field distractions, primarily the friction between the Shanahans and RGIII and the helicopter presence of the quarterback's family,  as the reason for the Redskins less than stellar play this season. Could part of the problem also be the relentless focus on the team's name? Or maybe those irate Native Americans cast a spell on them? Just asking... 

OF REDSKINS AND DOLPHINS

Just where are those Oneida Native Americans - and all the others who have been so dogged in their disgust for the Redskins moniker - now that the NFL potentially has a real and far from manufactured or historically remote racist controversy in the Miami Dolphins' organization? SILENT! Apparently their indignation is self serving and selective as to offender and offendee. Tsk, tsk...how inconsistent...how disingenuous...how the distraction is making it easy for almost any competitor to beat Washington's team!

TRAINING FOR TURKEYS FITNESS PROGRAM at METROPOLITAN SCHOOL of the ARTS STUDIOS; Childcare Availabl

TRAINING FOR TURKEYS FITNESS PROGRAM  at METROPOLITAN SCHOOL of the ARTS STUDIOS; Childcare Availabl

With the holidays approaching, eating and indulging is top-of-mind for most, but The Metropolitan School of the Arts (MSA) Studio in Alexandria, Va. has started its Training for Turkey adult fitness program now through Nov. 28, offering unlimited adult fitness classes for $50.  MSA will even host a special Thanksgiving Day MetroBarre and Yoga Class on Thurs., Nov. 28 to bring in the holiday. And for all those moms, childcare is available at both studios for all 9:30 a.m. classes, Monday through Friday. Cost is $2 per child. Packages can be purchased at www.metropolitanarts.org or call 703.339.0444.

Yoga & Other Natural Ways to Prevent & Treat Osteoporosis

Yoga & Other Natural Ways to Prevent & Treat Osteoporosis

 

McLean, VA - September 4, 2013– It is estimated that more than 40 million Americans suffer from osteoporosis or are at high risk of developing the condition due to low bone density. It is usually seen in individuals over 50, but it can strike at any age, and there are factors that put you at higher risk, such as:

·         Being female

·         Low body weight

·         Lack of physical activity

·         A family history of osteoporosis

·         Early menopause without hormone replacement

·         Prior bone fractures

“Dance Your Heart Out” Campaign Raises Money For American Heart Association

“Dance Your Heart Out” Campaign Raises Money For American Heart Association

In honor of National Heart Month, Metropolitan Fine Arts Center (MFAC) of Alexandria and Fairfax Station, Va. is featuring their “Dance Your Heart Out” campaign, offering unlimited adult dance and mind/body classes throughout February for a special price of $110. And MFAC will donate 10 percent of all “Dance Your Heart Out class fees to the American Heart Association. Schedules can be viewed at www.metrofinearts.com. Classes are available at Alexandria and Fairfax Station, Va. locations.

MFAC’s “Dance Your Heart Out” campaign includes all adult dance, yoga and MetroBarre classes. A regular adult class fee is 10 classes for $130. The February “Dance Your Heart Out” program provides unlimited adult class access at a significantly discounted set fee of $110 with 10 percent donated to the American Heart Association.