Issue #23: See why women are singing in the Hirshhorn’s Sculpture Garden

Autumn is almost here, and that means more than just (thankfully) cooler weather. With this season of change, I plan on transforming the Capital Women podcast into something bigger and better. These changes will debut in 2019, but I would love to hear what thoughts you have, whether they be positive or critical. Please fill out this Google Form to offer your feedback. When it comes to what to get excited for today, there is so much news worth catching up on. The events are just as thrilling, and today’s podcast is sure to be filled with lots of great advice. For now, thanks for stopping on by, and expect more next month!

  • Don't be surprised if a woman sings to you in the Hirshhorn’s Sculpture Garden. [Smithsonian]

  • There's a new makeup bar concept in Georgetown that is promoting race, gender, and age inclusivity. [Washingtonian]

  • See how D.C. became one of the top cities for inclusive, female-driven entrepreneurship. [Adweek]

  • Mayor Muriel Bowser shows off her baby for first time in ‘Today’ show interview. [The Washington Post]

  • September 17: Gather with other women in Alexandria for a book discussion on Tayari Jones’s novel, “An American Marriage.”

  • September 23: The National Museum of Women in the Arts will host the MakeHER Mart, a pop-up artisan market promoting local women artists and designers.

  • September 23: Four women entrepreneurs explore pressing questions about women in the creative economy.

  • September 27: Femme Fatale DC is hosting a ladies-only closing party.

Michelle Goldchain contributed to this newsletter.