The 16th annual record of notably social individuals from politics, diplomacy, business, philanthropy and the arts.
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Read the 2011 A-List and meet the Washingtonians who made heads turn in the capital this year. Plus, our social pundits discuss who’s new and who’s off.
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.
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Location: David and Katherine Bradley Residence Photos by Kyle Samperton A SPELLBINDER’S SPEECHES: Vernon Jordan confounded expectations when he vowed to become a lawyer after hearing Thurgood Marshall speak. Years later, the wheel came...