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Practically Famous

It’s good to self reflect and think about how you envision your future. We can all take a note from Kim Kardashian as she writes a letter to her future self(ie).

It seems like everyday we have a new politician announcing their candidacy for the 2016 presidential race. Is there some sort of unwritten guide that us common folk haven’t cued in on? We nailed down a few key steps that will surely have you on your way to joining the federal government as an elected official, whether in the Oval Office or House Office Buildings.

  Ladies- meet the $10 bill. Who’s it gonna’ be?! It may be summer but for most of us, it’s not vacation. Rise and grind to stay ahead! Goldman Sachs interns are having the best day ever. “Texting Lane” to be implemented at Utah College. Hmmm…    

This Sunday is Father’s Day! And that means it’s time to celebrate your Pops and thank him for all those times he played catch with you, embarrassed you in front of your friends, and prepped you for the real world where you would have to live, eat, and breathe on your own. If …

Political newspaper, Roll Call turned 60 yesterday! Roll Call editors, writers, former employees, and supporters discuss the newspaper’s impressive legacy, built over the last sixty years. Jake Tapper Draws Cartoon for the Roll Call 60th Anniversary In case you missed our post yesterday, about CNN’s Jake Tapper, host of  “The …

Donald Trump say what? You have us “lol”ing. In other terrible ideas… Wall Street Journal says kill the Mac? Who wears short shorts? Guys- apparently you should not. The verdict is in for those girls on TV wearing orange behind bars. And it’s a good one! Photo by: Nicholas Kamm /AFP/Getty Images)

A man of many talents: Chris Pratt finds out what it’s like to walk a mile in women’s shoes. Literally.  

Jake Tapper, host of CNN’s The Lead and State of the Union pays homage to his professional roots at Roll Call, where he worked as a cartoonist and depicted some pretty comical scenes on “Capital Hell”. For Roll Call’s 60th anniversary today, Tapper gifted his alma mater with this — and we …

Meet Morgan Hungerford West. She’s an artist, stylist, content creator and creative consultant. She founded Panda Head Blog in 2006, and over the last nine years has forged a successful, full-time career around hands-on visuals and creative problem-solving. She is really good at making things look really good. Her newest effort is A Creative DC.

It’s hot, we know. But remember that one time you were stuck in DC’s coldest winter of the last 120 years and were wailing about whether you’d ever be warm again? Welcome to summer! But because we’re sympathetic we’ve rounded up some weekend activities with a range of outdoor AND AC enclosed events.

Jeb keeps millennials in mind, using social media to help launch his presidential campaign announcement [and an exclamation point] Greece bailout negotiations [messing with the Dow] Need a summer hobby? [Consider bocce] Stay chill, soup lovers [gazpachIT] Is there anything T-Swift [can’t do?] Photo by Nathan Jones submitted to the …

In case you thought that the rainbow décor garnishing the city as of late was a new home and garden trend, it’s not. It’s LGBT Pride Month and the capital isn’t one to be left out at a party. To celebrate, thousands of locals, visitors, businesses, and volunteers lined the …

Big and Famous congratulations to Andrew Ricci who was featured on People on the Move by Washington Business Journal for his recent promotion! Andrew is the new Vice President of LEVICK Communications. Previously, Andrew served as Director and Energy Editor at LEVICK Communications. Congratulations to a true Washingtonian on the …