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Happy Friday, readers.
Season two of Top Chef Masters debuted with an appearance by The Bravery, who judged the gas station food-themed quickfire challenge.
We’re in the last week of the National Cherry Blossom Festival. This weekend is also your last chance to check out Contemporary Japanese Fashion: The Mary Baskett Collection, featuring pieces by designers Issey Miyake, Rei Kawakubo and Yohji Yamamoto, at the Textile Museum.
Now that Snowpocalypse is over, pillow fight season has begun.
9:30 Club announces that Sister Hazel will be playing in May. That’d be a hot ticket…in 1997!
Booze+music+nighttime = lots of young people at an art museum. The first Hirshhorn After Hours of the year sells out.
Poor little rich girl Wendy Burden, a Vanderbilt heir, recalls a childhood of absentee parents and Fifth Avenue penthouses in Dead End Gene Pool.
Photo courtesy of chicityfashion.wordpress.com.