The Ladies of LURe celebrate Police Week
By Katy Ray
Grab your furry handcuffs, dust off that sexy police uniform you wore last Halloween, and join the Ladies of LURe this Saturday, May 18 as they host their annual BARE: Police Appreciation Night, a culminating celebration of National Police Week. Hosted at Cobalt, this night offers more than just your typical Saturday night out. The Ladies of LURe have coordinated an event that provides women in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area with the chance to party with a purpose. This time, they are honoring those who selflessly serve and sacrifice for the safety and solidarity of our community.
Accent your wardrobe with a flash from the past
By Abbie Elliott, Tagg Magazine
The Sex in the City prequel, The Carrie Diaries, features the styles of the 1980s. But, the characters’ fashion-forward looks can easily be translated for today. Movies like Heathers, Pretty in Pink, and The Breakfast Club inspired the current ’80s twist—think 1980s gone classy, versus trashy.
By Katy Ray
Honoring fallen LGBT officers and their partners
By Jade Salazar
National Police Week in Washington, D.C. normally means a fun week full of police-themed dance parties for people affiliated and unaffiliated with the force. The week has a lot more meaning to those serving their communities and their families.