There's a new app in town, launched by Tommy McFly and Kelly Collis, called Real. Fun. DC., and featuring fresh new radio programming and podcasts like Industry Night hosted by Nycci Nellis. Read the details in Kevin Dauray's The Zebra article here.
Photo: Jeff Elkins
The Tommy Show, with Tommy McFly and Kelly Collis, has rebranded as Real. Fun. DC., and is now a platform for other broadcasteres including Nycci Nellis with Industry Night, a deep-dive into all things food, wine, and lifestyle, among other topics. Read Andrew Beaujon's article in The Washingtonian for more details here.
The Eye on Travel Podcast with Peter Greenberg and featuring Nycci Nellis brings you a CBS broadcast from The Conrad Hotel in Washington D.C., recorded before the Covid-19 pandemic classification. This pre-Covid episode features Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, National Air and Space Museum's Chief Curator Peter Jakab, The Washington Post's Roxanne Roberts, and much more.
Don’t forget dad this Father’s Day. Check out these DC-area gift ideas and avoid getting stumped: Nycci Nellis has the growing list of so many local artisans, chefs, restaurants and spirit makers have really creative promotions that any dad would love, especially a picky one. Here she gives shout-outs to some of the most interesting.
Nycci Nellis: DC there is an infinite amount of food events, we have a ton of charities, and everyone is important. They are all incredible causes, but you can't do all of them. Pick the four that you are going to do, and devote yourself to them, advises Nycci Nellis, founder of The List are You On it and co-host of Foodie & The Beast, and co-chair with David Hagedorn and Amber Pfau of Chefs for Equality, one of DC's largest and most successful food event. Read the full article here.
Nycci Nellis knows almost every restaurant in the D.C. area will host you and yours on Valentine's Day, but she says why not wow your dearest with more than just dinner? She lists some local D.C spots to grab your sweets and treats. Click here to read the article
See Nycci Nellis at the French Ambassadors Residence for the Michelin Star Reveal party; photos by Washingtonian. Melonie Favorite, Nycci Nellis, Four-Starred Michelin Chef Aaron Silverman (two for Pineapple and Pearls, one for Rose's Luxury, and one for Little Pearl), and Conrad Kenley.