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FamousDC and Harbinger along with sponsors, Washington Examiner and Microsoft, last night hosted their biggest event yet. The rain couldn’t stop this team from taking over Nationals Park and hosting some of DC’s biggest all-stars for an evening dedicated to great times, great food and even greater company. See all photos from last night’s …

By Politiquette’s Marissa Mitrovich: Politiquette is a place to be inspired by the art of fashion. Readers gain an understanding of the politics of why to wear–and the etiquette of when to wear–specific styles. Marissa Mitrovich founded Politiquette with the goal of bringing further substance to the dialogue surrounding style in DC. This past weekend the 13th …

With post-election news still inundating our inboxes and news feeds by the minute, it’s hard to believe that one of the most monumental days of 2016 is over. If you’re having a difficult time accepting the void brought on by the lack of campaign ads on your TV, we have a solution and it’s taking …

It might be cold out, but FamousDC and Fireside21 kept Capitol Hill on fire with an open house event welcoming newly elected Members.

Despite the crisp fall temperatures you’ve been feeling around DC, Capitol Hill was on fire last night. Fireside21 and FamousDC brought out the best of Washington’s politicos, media gurus and more for an open house to welcome the newest class of incoming Members of Congress. The crowd at Stanton & Greene …

Our time in Vegas came to an end. The hype will live on.   Related: FamousDC – Miami     

‘Twas the night before the final presidential debate in Las Vegas and all through the town, campaign staff, national media, politicos and influencers alike were gathered around – all thanks to an unforgettable evening hosted by FamousDC at the exclusive Tao Beach inside the luxurious Venetian hotel. The DC-based media company, along with sponsors PhRMA, American Gaming …

When you’re at the Republican National Convention in a couple weeks, overwhelmed by the costumes, protesters, swag bags, and Trump love-or-hate-fests, you might feel like you need a drink. You’re in luck, because the Morning Consult, a media site known for its comprehensive coverage of what’s important in Washington, is …

Move over, Bryce Harper and take those perfect locks with you. FamousDC is taking over your stomping grounds on Sunday, September 18th and there’s nothing you can do about it except attend (please). Be the first to know when tickets for Fall Festival 2016 go on sale by signing up here. Yes, it’s …

“MCON is for people who give a damn about social change and aspire to turn their interest into action… MCON seeks to gather leaders, activists and social entrepreneurs to act and find creative solutions for social issues.” Influenced by The Millennial Impact Project, MCON helps people understand the best approaches in motivating the …

With National Candy Month in full swing, the National Confectioners Association and FamousDC have a few twix up their sleeves to keep the celebration going. This Wednesday, June 22nd, they’ll be hosting an event so sweet, Mr. Goodbar would be impressed. The event honors #NationalCandyMonth – a time to celebrate …

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 …

You know who we are. You’ve seen our name, get our shout outs, you’ve befriended the panda, and read our breaking news. People still ask us: What is FamousDC? If you’ve been to our events, then you already know. If you haven’t, you’re missing out. We created FOMO. There’s no destination that’s too …

Yes, it’s that time again – time for another Hurley Happy Hour. HHH part 2 will take place at Pacifico Cantina near the Hill (Eastern Market) on March 23rd from 5:30-730pm – and of course, the wonderful Carolina Hurley is pitching in for the tab The special guest for this event …

FamousDC teamed up last night with the American Gaming Association and the Washington Examiner to tip off some good ol’ March Madness mayhem. Political contest 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 broadcasted the games throughout …