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Despite recent controversies and a boycott by the Commander-in-Chief, the White House Correspondents Weekend will continue with pre and post parties, galas, receptions, and other festivities surrounding the main dinner on hosted on Saturday April 27th. This year’s dinner will feature biographer Ron Chernow who has written widely acclaimed books …

The DC events and social scene are booming. The robust list of weekly events in the Nation’s Capital is fueled by networking groups like the 4:59 Social Club that is a new event series concept co-founded by Brookley Valencia, Megan McKinley, and Kasey O’Brien. The co-founders represent different political parties …

Last night, the Global Down Syndrome Foundation hosted its inaugural AcceptAbility Gala at the Ritz Carlton to raise funds for one of the most common, yet under-funded chromosomal conditions – an estimated 400,000 Americans are affected by Down syndrome each year. Global Ambassadors DeOndra Dixon (sister to Jamie Foxx) and 2018 Global Ambassador …

For the third straight year, FamousDC and AGA tipped-off the NCAA College Basketball tournament – no upsets in sight. But the point of the madness was to also point out the undeniable belief Americans have when it comes to sports betting: it should be legalized. Check out all our event photos …

FamousDC hosted it’s second Best in Digital event honoring the top rising influencers in the DC digital sphere.

Each year National Press Foundation toasts the best in journalism and FamousDC was there to celebrate.

Last night FamousDC and Resonate, along with co-sponsor Targeted Victory, and hosts MV Digital Group, WSWA, Microsoft, NJI Media and S-3 Public Affairs celebrated 2018’s Best of DC Digital. FamousDC again released its Best of Digital list for this year featuring the most sought after and talented rising influencers shaping the Washington digital …

No offense to Charlie Brown, but we saw some pretty great pumpkins last night and they weren’t cartoons. The 3rd annual Monster Mash Pumpkin Bash at Eastern Market was another smashing success. The annual fundraiser for the Imagine An Answer to Kids’ Brain Cancer foundation features pumpkins creatively carved by several Members …

A new addition to the FamousDC and American Gaming Association event roster has been added. The two teams joined forces last night to kick off the most wonderful time of the year: NFL football. Bipartisan politics were placed offsides for a few hours so that guests could focus on a …

FamousDC held a press conference after hosting an NFL Kickoff with the American Gaming Association. It went, well, just how you’d imagine any press conference going.

They say “the more you eat, the more you know.” Err…sorry, we say that. Which is why we’ve continued to host a luncheon series on Capitol Hill made for staffers and interns alike. Last Friday FamousDC hosted our second installment in our lunch-and-learn series, titled, “Food For Thought”. The conversation …

For the second consecutive year, FamousDC and the National Confectioners Association brought together the biggest names in politics, media and influence — from Capitol Hill to K Street — for an evening celebrating #NationalCandyMonth. Guests gathered at Sonoma Restaurant and Wine Bar just steps from the Capitol dome to enjoy …

If you appreciate a good lunch and you don’t mind learning while you lunch – especially when that lunch is Chick-fil-A (no brainer) – then FamousDC’s new luncheon series is the perfect way to spend your favorite time of day (after nap time, of course). Last week, FamousDC successfully hosted …

The Capitol Visitor Center was abuzz last Thursday evening for AdvaMed’s MedTech Showcase. The best and brightest from the House and Senate, medtech industry, media and more convened to showcase and honor the latest and greatest innovations in medical technology, the amazing minds who’ve brought them from the pages of science fiction …

In what’s becoming an annual event, FamousDC teamed up last night with the American Gaming Association to tip off  March Madness mayhem. Political debate was set aside for the most important contest of the evening – the NCAA basketball tournament. Guests mingled, buzzers beat and brackets busted as large screen TVs …