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|Archived Since:||April 20, 2011|
What do you get the couple that has everything — i.e., fame, adulation, a Heisman, a $21 million contract? Well, how about some modestly priced table settings and stainless-steel flatware? Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III and his college sweetheart Rebecca … Continue reading ?
In a visit to Arlington Cemetery Friday morning, Prince Harry placed flowers on the tombstone of President Kennedy and paid tribute to both recent American war dead and a British World War II hero. It was a relatively quiet visit … Continue reading ?
– Val Kilmer, continuing his lobbying/fine-dining tour of Washington on Wednesday night, sharing dinner at Rasika in Penn Quarter with a group that included Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand. The actor surfaced in D.C. earlier this week roaming Capitol Hill on behalf … Continue reading ?
“I like comparing color to music: Only seven notes and yet innumerable melodies have been composed with those seven notes... How many tones or shades does each color have? An infinite number, just as always endless are … Continue reading ?
That party you didn’t get invited to last night with Prince Harry? Well, obviously, it was nice. Among the VIP guests invited to meet Britain’s third-in-line at a reception at the British ambassador’s residence were Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, … Continue reading ?
We may raise an occasional eyebrow at the pop-culture gewgaws collected by the Smithsonian in the name of history. Chuck Mangione’s hat, really? Bruce Willis’s undershirt? But the items donated Thursday to the National Museum of American History in a … Continue reading ?
So much fuss about the arrival of that handsome red-haired kid who, barring catastrophe, will never sit on the throne! How about some props for an actual monarch come to town? At the same time as Prince Harry’s whirlwind visit … Continue reading ?
Prince Harry draws cheers and hoots from female Senate staffers who left their cubicles to get a glimpse of the ginger haired prince at the Russell Senate Office Building in Capitol Hill. “Harry,” they screamed as he spoke with Senator … Continue reading ?
Amanda Knox may have had a grueling interview schedule this past week, but she gamely mingled with Washington media types Wednesday night. The American college student who spent four years in an Italian jail before her conviction in her roommate’s … Continue reading ?
Brief news from elsewhere: – Well, this is complicated: Kobe Bryant has gone to court to stop the sale of some memorabilia from his high school days — by his mother. In a court filing Wednesday, the NBA superstar says … Continue reading ?
“It opened up reconstructive surgery for so many people, youngsters getting things done. To this day, people will come up to me and say, ‘Thank you so much for doing that. My mom or I had something done and … Continue reading ?
“I’m calling on the Supreme Leader of North Korea, or as I call him, ‘Kim,’ to do me a solid and cut Kenneth Bae loose.” - Dennis Rodman attempting to call in a chit with his new friend, North Korean … Continue reading ?
Val Kilmer dining at Estadio in Logan Circle on Tuesday night. Turns out the sometime activist (he toyed with a run for New Mexico governor a few years ago) was here to celebvocate for a bill that would expand people’s … Continue reading ?
There goes “there she is....”! The kitsch-classic Miss America theme song is no longer a part of the pageant, having been snarled in a copyright dispute. Pageant officials told the Press of Atlantic City that the theme … Continue reading ?
Prince Harry arrives in Washington tomorrow to kick off his seven-day visit of the U.S. What will this mean for all you aspiring princesses? Basically, nothing: Expect the spare-to-the-heir to maintain a very controlled schedule at a series of elite … Continue reading ?
A power-hungry politician makes a triumphant return to Washington. Mark Sanford? No — House Majority Whip Francis Underwood…aka actor Kevin Spacey. When we last caught up with the Oscar-winning actor in January, he was launching “House of Cards,” a multi-chapter … Continue reading ?
Five years after Washington Post readers were gripped by the story of Eugene Allen — the White House butler who served eight presidents, beginning in an era of segregation, and lived long enough to cast a vote for the first … Continue reading ?
Please join the Reliable Source weekly online live discussion today at noon. There’ll soon be a whole lot of less of Chris Christie to love — when did we get tired of fat presidents? Did Henry Kissinger just endorse Hillary … Continue reading ?
Yes, Maria Belen Chapur was at Mark Sanford’s victory party Tuesday night in Mount Pleasant, S.C. The Argentinian journalist at the center of the extramarital scandal that toppled him from the governor’s mansion four years ago made a brief appearance … Continue reading ?
Brief news from elsewhere: Platinum-selling rapper Ja Rule is released from prison after two years on firearms and tax evasion charges, thus answering your question, “Whatever happened to Ja Rule?” (AP) Tim Lambesis, lead singer of metal band As I … Continue reading ?