Popular opinion shows that girls run the world – popular opinions being Beyonce and every female ever. Ask anyone and whoever disagrees just didn’t hear the question. Since social media is real life, we can only assume this also applies to Twitter, a place where women can freely express their humble opinions without
Morning Consult and S-3 Public Affairs organized another week of excellent events in Philadelphia. The media site and public affairs firm joined up to host events at both the Republican and Democratic conventions, both with all-star lineups of congressional and state leaders. The congressional conversations in Philadelphia included interviews with Morning Consult editors Fawn Johnson and Cameron Easley and Assistant
A lot of weird and scary stuff has been happening in politics. The Republican and Democratic National Conventions are dredging up the worst of humanity, and they’re making us really want a drink. We’ve created a very complicated drinking game for all of those watching the conventions with us. Enjoy.
You’ve heard speeches, chants, and everything in between at this year’s Republican National Convention, and next week will likely be the same song and dance. Thankfully, Morning Consult and S-3 Public Affairs are spearheading the congressional point of view at the conventions this year. The growing media outlet and public affairs firm demonstrated their
It’s only been 48 hours, but we’ve already learned a lot about Cleveland. Here’s a quick check list of lessons learned so far by the FamousDC team on the ground at #RNCinCLE: 1.) Kathryn Lyons is very easily disoriented. 2.) Good luck finding a friendlier bunch of folks than the people
Watch out, tie wearers. Dena Battle is coming for you. Dena is a former House staffer and lobbyist who is using her skills from the Hill for good. She started the Kidney Cancer Research Alliance, known as KCCure, this year to help raise money for kidney cancer research. This month is designated No Tie July — for
It’s 90 degrees out today. Hot enough to melt… an iceberg, perhaps? We tried to find out at the National Building Museum’s “ICEBERGS” installation, a more than 12,000 square feet “underwater” world in the great room of the building. The installation features soaring replica icebergs that jut in and out
At FamousDC, we make it our mission to keep you covered in every context, from headlines to high fives and every imaginable GIF in between. But that’s not enough for us. On our quest to conquer the world and be your best friend, we did another thing. We made a Spotify.
A little birdie told us that Twitter’s DC headquarters are a site to see (pun intended) so naturally, we had to check it out for ourselves just to make sure – and there’s no arguing that their offices held up to our sky-high expectations. Jenna Golden, head of sales for Twitter DC, led
If you didn’t score a ticket to this year’s annual Congressional Baseball Game or bother to read yesterday’s paper (we know we’re your favorite source for everything DC, but print is cool too), you probably missed the newest initiative to hit Capitol Hill: Upgrade, America. Upgrade, America is the brainchild of Business Roundtable and the
Move over, Silicon Valley. DC is the startup capital now. Last week, the District was home to 1776’s Challenge Cup, a massive startup competition packed with drones, complicated code and four giant parties. 1776 is a tech incubator based in DC that helps fund some of the world’s most innovative
The most fabulous party of the year is here. This Saturday, join a quarter million people in the streets of the District for the Capital Pride Parade, which celebrates its 41st anniversary this year – in a big way. Since the parade’s inception in 1975, the LGBTQ community has made