Category: Washington DC
From Fishbowl to Washingtonian to Politico. Garrett Graff continues to make the rest of us look bad. Congratulations! “Garrett Graff will take over as editor of Politico Magazine. The former editor in chief of Washingtonian, … Garrett has stepped in as acting editor since Blake [Hounshell] and I took on our new responsibilities … [H]is […]
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Ashley Codianni at CNN played Cards Against Humanity with Members after SOTU. This is only one of the most amazing moments. Rep. Duffy got the question, “What puts a smile on Joe Biden’s face?” None of these Members, except Rep. Sean Duffy, know how to play. It’s incredible. Watch the entire video here.
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Are you a new member of Congress? This guy has advice for you. 1. When flirting with women who aren’t your wife, DON’T post a pic of your junk on Twitter. http://t.co/gpt8Q21B0I pic.twitter.com/rjVJ2kt2Qn — Chris Moody (@moody) January 6, 2015 2. When you see underage page boys you think are cute, DON’T send them kinky […]
When not hungover and sleeping in, weekends welcome a good book, a laptop and a cup of joe. This week we showed up at Kafe Bohem in Shaw (East of U Street). Doubled as Bistro Bohem which serves dinner starting at 5 PM, the space is cozy & quaint. After a quick menu check, the […]
Woo yo’ boo at ArcLight Cinema. There’s not much convincing to do after stating guest can bring alcohol beverages into the theatre, but here are 5 reasons ArcLight Cinema in Bethesda, Maryland will be your new date spot: 1. Know where you like to sit? Buy your ticket and reserve your seat ahead of […]
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By Abby Matousek I have been baptized by St. Paul. Literally. Baptized. Paul Janeway was on fire (figuratively); pouring water on his white wing-tips to put out the flames (again, figurative). And lo! I was misted with water from the shoes of a most en…
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I visited DC Harvest in Washington, DC’s, H Street Corridor on the right day because their Tuesday daily plate featuring Old Bay Fried Chicken was Heaven on Earth! A warm, friendly, restaurant with fresh, local ingredients and great cocktails is all a girl needs to spend the evening with a good friend. The staff was […]
Photo by Keith Allison 1. Tons of OUT OF OFFICE start popping up around noon. 2. Lot of conference calls being dialed into from Blue Jacket DC. 3. White House news dump coming around 3 pm. 4. Tommy McFly hasn’t slept in five days. 5. The Presidents race will start with a Red Bull and end […]
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Mess Hall, a culinary incubator has launched in the Brookland neighborhood of Northeast, Washington DC with commercial kitchen and event space for DC’s food entrepreneurs. Mess Hall offer’s its members commercial kitchen spaces, storage and office space to launch their entrepreneurial dreams of filling our bellies with great food. Al Goldberg, founder of Mess Hall, […]
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Kids, am I right? Photo via White House Flickr h/t MashableThe post Kid Dives Face-First Into Couch Instead of Meeting President appeared first on FamousDC.
August is over, are you daydreaming of your snow-weeks off this winter? Us too. But we can all count on the Capital Weather Gang is to bring us back to reality.