Friday Round Up
Awesome events: Hip Hop night is a good reason to head to the Wizard’s game tonight if you’re not into basketball, but you’re into jams; Find out why the Disco Biscuits call themselves Disco Biscuits tomorrow night at The Anthem;Heads up! There will be superheroes flying around DC this weekend; The Women’s Voices Theater Festival has returned for winter of 2018 in January and February; Join the 37th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade – and other events – on Monday; Afterward, head on over to The Kennedy Center and Let Freedom Ring!
American Petroleum Institute
Building a better future takes energy. And progress is happening quicker, cleaner and safer today than ever in history thanks to natural gas and oil. From a manufacturing revival and lower consumer costs to greater domestic development and greenhouse gas emissions at near 25-year lows, few industries have done more to advance innovation and progress than the energy industry. See how natural gas and oil are helping the world power past challenges that were thought impossible just a short time ago in the 2018 State of American Energy report.
Coming Soon! Our next Morning Commute and let’s just say it’s going to be pretty sweet.
Save on your internet bill without mooching off your neighbor’s wifi; Free same-day shipping inside!; A Fox News meteorologist kills with kindness and we are officially dead; Here’s one way to break free from inside a freezer; A truck completely annihilates the finish line at a cycling race in Australia; People are buying the wrong Fire and Fury and they’re really mad that there is no mention of Donald Trump.
Happy birthday Doug Dixon; Todd Wooten said this is the best SEC Shorts he’s seen all season. Congratulations Josh Snead the rest of the SEC Shorts team!; Speaker Ryan is in an early lead for best clip of Jeremy Art’s 2018 Year in Review; Jacob Wood is on a four month run of awesomeness; Rob Collins is in the midst of a strong, three-year run; Congratulations to Jamie Weinstein and Michelle Fields for landing Valerie Jarrett for a Churchill Tommy Gun Society Dinner; Dear Nick Saban, please recruit and sign a five-star kicker this summer; Brittney & Billy Godoy had the best Monday night date night ever; We’re giving Brendan Buck some space; Kayla Priehs is headed to Amsterdam for the weekend; Rob Raffety is a man of progress; Laurent Crenshaw crushed his CES panel; Patrick Wilson traded in his loafers for flip-flops; The weather is literally going from 70 degrees today to below breezing by Monday. Enjoy the flu season Washington!;Jolt Cola was trolling Amos Snead this week; Louisa Imperiale is all in for Oprah; Congrats to API for a great State of American Energy address this week; And to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for a great State of American Business address!; Hello Liz Eddy and Allison Cunningham!; Happy birthday Rebecca Doser! (h/t Graham MacGillivray); Amanda Pedigo is killing the summit game! (h/t Philip Minardi); Give Dylan Vorbach a high five; Caroline Tabler crushed the AM Soul game; Blair Ellis is giving us breakfast envy; Abby Sevcik and Mystery Friends continue to rock it; Alex Finland needs to work on his his mean face; Congrats to Kaya Singleton on making it through her previous job as a sailor with no teeth; Molly Boyce Edgington has no shame in the game when it comes to rooting for Carolina in DC; Congrats on 1500 classes Brandon Maupin!
#MakingMoves by S-3 Public Affairs
Famous birthday wishes to Virginia Lyons, Doug Dixon, Doug Thornell, Anthony Golia, Andrew Riddaugh, Brooke Brower, Aly Navarro, Michelle Fields, Freddie Tunnard, Lauren Fritts, Ryan Murphy, Megan Taylor, Meredith Bonyun and Clay Alspach!
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