Vanity Fair’s Maureen Orth on community building in Colombia
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Philanthropist Sheila Johnson brings a taste of Sundance to Middleburg.
White House Correspondents “Nerd Party” features bank-robber-dressed deejays and patriotic cupcakes.
The 16th annual record of notably social individuals from politics, diplomacy, business, philanthropy and the arts.
Author, Athlete and Filmmaker Kareem Abdul-Jabbar barnstormed DC to receive the The Ford’s Theatre Society Lincoln Medal and promote his first documentary film.
Willie Geist’s new book explores pop culture absurdities, while filmmakers delve into the strange side of politics at the NIAF gala.
Our December issue features the 15th annual “2011 Social List”, highlighting individuals with notable impact in the D.C. area.
The 14th annual record of notably social individuals from politics, diplomacy, business, philanthropy, and the arts.