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Tina Gray left Cornyn’s office for a new gig with DCI, Alex Treadway going to soon-to-be-news-site The Daily Caller, Rep. Jared Polis made Monday for John Pappas, The DC tweed bike ride is Sunday, Washington Life magazine names DC’s most creative in new media, America said thank you to our …

The Tea Party hit Capitol hill, Senator Boxer went nuclear, Moira Bagley is joining Tucker Carlson’s new site, Martin Eisenstadt lives, 9 arrested in Lieberman’s office, Laura and Jenna kick it with Leno, Woah, Ted Metzger and Jessica Rummel got engaged, Matt Latimer offers up the “Canada Option,” William Beutler …

Eric Cantor launched the world’s first ever .gov blackberry application, Patrick Gavin beat Rep. McCotter at a game of crossword, Jeff Flake kept his shirt on, Tim Burger is a free agent, The Union Leader went back to 1987, Edmunds.com and the White House danced, Boehner got a “1,990 Pages …

Gossip Girl made the week for Taylor Llewellyn and Tucker Blair , Politico and Matt Drudge look to be taking some time off , Doug Pinkham said the Chamber of Commerce was the villain of the week , we can’t believe namesofthedead.com was still available, the “Yes Men ” are getting around, …

Graham Hough-Cornwell was way off with his Skins prediction, Jennifer Crider compared the Wildcat offense to New Coke, Todd Herman and team launched a new RNC.com and then Marc Ambinder teed off on it, Nick Johnston is on the wall at The Palm, pray for the Deadspin frog, David Gregory, …

It must be fall because Adam Sharp broke out the tweed, Chris Cillizza changed his Jim Zorn forecast to cloudy, Markos Moulitsas lectured on being patriotic, Ken Spain and Emily Kryder are getting their bipartisan marriage on this weekend,  Kathie Legg apparently doesn’t like Novocaine, Jessica Boulanger was pleased to see …

POLITICO picked up Jonathan Allen off waivers, Rep. Alan Grayson became the best thing since Rep. Joe Wilson, Perry Bacon is only 29?, Daniel Indiviglio called for more Washington regulation , Kate Ackley promoted at Roll Call, Chris Cillizza wasn’t impressed by Meg Whitman ‘s press conference, the cast of Big Love was …

Chris Frates and the cool kids read Jezebel, Randy Barrett doesn’t like the DC who’s-who blather, Daniel de Vise is unimpressed by lawmakers’ Tweets, Christina Bellantoni left the Washington Times to join Josh Marshall at TalkingPointsMemo, Texas Republic celebrated winning the House Softball league,  thankfully Christopher Columbus did not share the same drive …

Barack Obama lunched with Bill Clinton, Hans Nichols celebrated a birthday, Chris Cillizza celebrated the arrival of the Almanac, Roll Call released their Fab 50, Thomas Rushford will lead efforts to introduce the Office of the Historian 2.0, Jordan Stoick celebrated a birthday, Heather Holdridge left Care2 to run online for Fenton …

  Politico named their Top 50 Party People in DC, Sally Albright is actually Social Capitol, Ben Smith doesn’t agree with Jonathan Weisman’s Drudge take, Huffington Post’s Ryan Grim told everyone Cramdown is back, Brian Patrick got a Drudge flash with his Whip Count update, is this a Drudge only Friday round-up?, …

Jenna Bush Hager got a Today show gig, Huffington Post moved next door to the White House, Kate Michael blocks time on her schedule to respond to facebook invitations, The Hill redesigned their Web site, We like you too Politics Magazine, Gov. Rod Blagojevich gave Rahm heartburn, Harry Reid told …

Jennifer Crider is taking some time off, Rob Bluey turned 3-0, Katie Harbath is getting her NRSC 2.0 on, Chris Cooley is our life coach – but Tanner Cooley is still playing hard to get, Mark Penn glamped his way into a little Wall Street Journal controversy, Kara Sidone and …

Patrick O’Connor ties the knot with Katie Lindsey on Saturday, Brad Dayspring fired up the Whip-Up, the Heritage Foundation knocked out the Center for American Progress (CAP) from the D.C. Think Tank League softball tournament, then Erick Erickson told Heritage that he wasn’t pleased with them, Chris Paulitz ain’t even …

Wonder boy Garrett Graff became Editor of the Washingtonian, Erin McPike sent cross country updates from her road trip, Chris Cillizza almost took a full 24 hours off from posting updates, Fred Miller is older and Nora McAlvanah [27th] celebrated birthdays, nerds collided in Pittsburgh, Nancy avoided her constituents, Patrick …