Martha's Table In The News


A Circus of Their Own

What could be more exciting than seeing Cirque du Soleil’s Michael Jackson IMMORTAL World Tour? Seeing it TWICE. I was lucky enough to attend the Martha’s Table pre-show reception before my second viewing of the show on Sunday – held at the Dewar’s Clubhouse in the Verizon Center – which made seeing it again all that much more enjoyable.

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Sups and Sips raise $200,00+ for Washington Charities

Organizers were still counting the receipts this morning, several days after 20 homes in the Washington area hosted intimate fundraising dinners for Martha’s Table and D.C. Central Kitchen. The early numbers looked good.

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Frank Pearl

In a city where the rich and influential like to see their names emblazoned on university buildings and museum wings, Frank Pearl so craved anonymity that he was regarded as the most powerful unknown man in Washington.

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Cut Funding Leaves DC Students in Need

Before the District’s Child and Youth Investment Trust made headlines last year in the embezzlement scandal that has landed former Council member Harry Thomas Jr. a prison sentence, it was a quietly functioning nonprofit that provided critical grant support to hundreds of youth programs across our city.

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The Ultimate School Trip: Visiting the Obama’s in the White House

Michelle Obama’s interest in a London school prompted her to invite a dozen of its pupils to the White House. The pupils tell of their experience.

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House Rules

There is kosher and then there is kosher. I have known this truth for years, but last month I learned how much trust enters the axiom when cooking in a private home.

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