White House Correspondents' Parties, Etc.: D.C.'s Prom Dates

At Creative Coalition anti-bullying program launch, 30 Rock actor Jack McBrayer with Josie Taylor and Whitney Kuhn.
Robert Devaney
At Creative Coalition anti-bullying program launch, 30 Rock actor Jack McBrayer with Josie Taylor and Whitney Kuhn.

The parties before and after the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner at the Washington Hilton, April 30, grabbed the attention of pols, entertainers, media, activists and fans before that huge Sunday evening announcement by President Obama. He attended the dinner, poking fun at Donald Trump along with comedian Seth Myers. The first lady was wearing Halston; the Donald was wearing a frown. Parties began with Quinn Gillespie, Lani Hays, Creative Coalition, People, the Bradleys, Tammy Haddad's garden brunch on R Street, where Sarah Palin was the one not to miss (but she left early). Then, afterwards, MSNBC at the Italian Embassy; Capitol File with Bing and the Creative Coalition at the Reagan Building; Washington Life on Q Street; Vanity Fair at the French ambassador's residence. On Sunday, brunches from Politico Q Street and John Laughlin and Thomson Reuters at the Hays Adams. So, is all this truly D.C.'s nerd prom season, as many like to say? We report; you decide.

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