The question facing media organizations thinking about their White House correspondents’ dinner plans seems simple: to party or not to party?
Inauguration weekend is on the horizon, and you’re either celebrating or commiserating, depending on your politics.
How one night came to epitomize Washington's fraught relationship with celebrity bragging rights, pricey sponsorships, and even the first amendment.
Chris and Markette learn about some of the hottest events going on this weekend from Suzy Jacobs, Publisher of Capitol File Magazine .
Inauguration week is always an exciting time in the DMV, with the fancy galas and special guests coming to town. To help break down all of the hottest events and which stars to expect in our neck of the woods was Suzy Jacobs, publisher for Capitol File Magazine.
WASHINGTON (ABC7) — Capitol File magazine's summer issue highlights its Art of the City program, which celebrates local artists and charities. Capitol File publisher Suzy Jacobs joined GMW to talk more about Howard University professor Ronald Beverly's artwork and the importance of local arts.
Naomi Watts speaks about her cover.
Kirsten Dunst is angling for an invite to a future White House Correspondents’ Association dinner. “I haven’t been to a White House Correspondents’ dinner yet,” the Midnight Special actress tells Capitol File magazine in its fall fashion issue.
With the dinner being held tonight, we are re-upping our posts from this week previewing the festivities.The White House Correspondents' Dinner is Saturday, with festivities starting Thursday and lasting all weekend. The annual funniest/glitziest/most over-done night in Washington will be full of selfdeprecating laughs and selfies with celebrities. Here's what we know about it so far. "Saturday Night Live" comedian Cecily Strong will host. You might remember her as "Girl You Wish You Hadn't Started a Conversation with at a Party" and for her stint as a "Weekend Update" host. Strong said she doesn't "want to be too mean where it really hurts somebody" with her jokes, and wants to make everyone laugh (bipartisanship!). In other words, don't expect another Stephen Colbert. "I'd rather do things we can all laugh [about]," she told Capitol File.