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Most people come to The Hill by way of an internship during or just after college and work their way up in time. After working in both the public and private sector for a decade, Robert is a recent transplant to DC and landed in the US Senate at the …

We recently sat down with Shafer Minnick the Founder and Owner of Pulse House of Fitness for a special Famous5 Interview on Pulse and how it entered the Downtown DC fitness community. Shafer you are the founder and owner of Pulse House of Fitness in downtown DC. Tell us the …

College to Congress is crushing the gridlock in Congress by helping the next generation of politicos kick start their careers by covering all costs associated with a congressional internship in DC. On Wednesday, July 17, they will host The Summer School Soirée. We had a quick chat with Audrey Henson, …

On the heels of the Recording Academy’s First Annual Block Party for Washington, DC Members, FamousDC had the opportunity for an exclusive interview with Jeriel Johnson the DC Chapter’s Executive Director to talk events, music, and organizational goals. FamousDC will be on the Red Carpet at tomorrow’s event. Tell us …

With the Superbowl taking place earlier this month and the playoffs in basketball and hockey on the near horizon and spring training upon us….let’s talk sports. Adam Epstein aka “Awadd” is the video producer for the Sports Junkies 106.7 The Fan, independent podcast host, and as of last week has …

Volunteering and giving back to the community is a great attribute and something not routinely recognized enough. In DC many people donate their time, talent, and treasure to a variety of different worthy causes. Glenda Fu the Executive Director of Dreams for Kids is someone to look up to when …

Autria Lindsay and Jessob Reisbeck, co-anchors for Good Morning Washington, are two reasons we start our day with a smile. Watch our latest Famous Five and get to know them a little better.

Scott Parker is a serial entrepreneur who boasts a wide variety of businesses in the DMV area. Chances are you have been to one of his spots. Some of Scott’s projects include A-Town Bar & Grill, Don Tito, Don Taco, Barley Mac, Dog Thrive, The Goat, Vaporfi. Scott is also …

6,000 – that’s the number of props, posters and charts from U.S. elected leaders that William Gray has collected and archived over the last 5+ years for political junkies, and at the very least, himself. William, who goes by Bill, lives in Washington, DC and watches “way too much C-SPAN …

Dianna Colasurdo and Brett Schweitzer are two young professionals grinding away in the nation’s Capital. They’re on the clock Monday through Friday, attend the usual work event and make time for friends when they’re not tied to emails. But what they do in addition to all of that is, what …

Tim Hwang is an entrepreneur (and not just because he was featured in Entrepreneur Magazine). As the Founder and CEO of FiscalNote, along with its recent purchase of CQ Roll Call, Tim Hwang is determined to change the landscape of business and government around the world. The work his company started …

Famous Five – Climbing The Hill Co-authors, Amos Snead and Jaime Harrison Wait… a Republican and a Democrat not only worked together, but WROTE A WHOLE BOOK TOGETHER? We sat down with #ClimbingTheHill co-authors Amos Snead and Jaime Harrison to learn what it takes to excel on #CapitolHill – especially …

Audrey Henson was a lot of us when we first moved to DC: eager, ambitious, ready to take on the world — and also broke. She struggled as an intern working on Capitol Hill and recognized that she wasn’t the only one. That’s why she started College to Congress — so she …

Don Ripper’s been painting for several years now. From class projects to portraits of his daughters, Don has made a name for himself in the District and surrounding DMV area. We just had one question – what came first? the art or the ‘stache? 🎨